Medievalism in Australian Cultural Memory [ 2008 - 2011 ]

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Researchers Prof SJ Trigg; A/Prof AL Lynch; Dr L D'Arcens; Prof JM Ganim

Brief description This project will provide the first long-range analysis of Australian cultural responses to the medieval period, and the first comparative study of Australia's relationship with international medievalism. It will show how Australians have used reference to the medieval past, both favourable and hostile, to articulate our complex relation to European tradition and our aspirations to a distinctive national culture. The published research will offer an original perspective on the development of Australian cultural identity and will enhance public understanding of our British and European heritage, in the context of contemporary debates about republicanism, the monarchy, and ethnic and cultural diversity.

Funding Amount $341,463

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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