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Can early concepts of being and becoming broaden our understanding of the human?In Becoming Human, J. Allan Mitchell argues that human identity was articulated and extended across a wide range of textual, visual, and artifactual assemblages from the twelfth to the fifteenth centuries. While it makes significant contributions to medieval scholarship on the body, family, and material culture, the book theorizes anew what might be called a medieval ecological imaginary.
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