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Thursday, 23 October 2014

Otherness and Identity in the Merovingian Cemetery (updated)

I have updated this post, now with complete footnotes.  Although it did receive a sniffy comment (which had signally missed the point of this piece, the topic and indeed my entire oeuvre), I think that identity and its performance/citation are absolutely central to social dynamics and change, and a key element in how and why I take issue with certain other historians of the period.