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Daniel C. Remein and Erica Weaver

, thus requires neither a dispensing with historicism nor a supposedly exhaustive, positivist, historical narrative into which to fit the text without remainder, as the narrative of Beowulf itself assembles a series of remainders drawn from other poems, places, and voices. Going home together In order to navigate continuing critical impasses and open new directions for further study, Dating Beowulf thus mobilizes a range of readerly modes. While some contributors take up the kind of autobiographical

in Dating Beowulf
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Reading practices and participation in digital and medieval media
Heather Blatt

? And what did their participation achieve for themselves or others? Introduction 3 The context: reading, participation, and agency The central subject of this project thus focuses on participation, a concept for which I am indebted to digital media studies. Perhaps because of the autobiographical self-interest of a writer raised in a print-centric culture but currently inhabiting a culture impacted by a new technology of writing and reading technology, I find great interest in studying a culture on the cusp of a parallel, earlier change. Yet beyond the bounds of

in Participatory reading in late-medieval England