King Arthur and the Bard in Popular Culture and Young Adult Literature
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The following video contains the session entitled “King Arthur and the Bard in Popular Culture and Young Adult Literature” from the 2016 Second International Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Thought at Sam Houston State University. The papers presented in this session are “#Shakespeare” by Diane Dowdey, “Superman Meets the Klan, an American Radio Adaptation of Arthurian Legend: The Adventures of Superman and the ‘Knights of the White Carnation”’ by Katherine Echols, and “Resurrecting King Arthur: An Exploration of King Arthur’s Legend in Popular Young Adult Literature” by Brittani Sherman.
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