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Borderlands Chaucer


This essay pursues imperfect analogies between Chaucerian poetics and border theory/pedagogy, drawing on the author’s experience teaching Chaucer in the US-Mexico Borderlands. It calls for reading Chaucer from the classroom and from the margins, in order best to locate Chaucer and medieval studies in leaner, less canon-driven, and more effectively anti-racist 21st-century curricula.

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