<b>Fluid Identities: Poetry and the Navigation of Mixed Ethnicities in Late Antique Gaul</b> // Identidades fluidas: Poesía y la navegación de etnias mixtas en la Galia de la antigüedad tardía

  • Ellen F Arnold Ohio Wesleyan University
Keywords: Rivers, medieval, poetry, Late Antiquity, ecocriticism, identity, ríos, poesía, la antigüedad tardía, ecocrítica, identidad.



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Author Biography

Ellen F Arnold, Ohio Wesleyan University

Ohio Wesleyan University, United States


Ellen Arnold is an Assistant Professor of History at Ohio Wesleyan University and is a former fellow of the Rachel Carson Center in Munich. Her first book, Negotiating the Landscape: Environment and Monastic Identity in the Medieval Ardennes (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012), focuses on the intersections of religion, economy, and landscape to explore the early medieval environmental imagination. Her current project explores early medieval ideas about rivers and river resources in Gaul and Germany, with a particular attention to religious narratives and ecocritical approaches.

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