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5. For Cohen’s further thinking on the issue of temporality and medieval studies, see also Chapter 1, “Time’s Machines,” in his book Medieval Identity Machines (Minnesota: University of Minneapolis Press, 2003). 43. See Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, “Preface: In a Time of Monsters,” in Cohen, Monster Theory, p. ix [vii–xiii]. 44. ” Social Text 16 (1986–87): 62 [38–80]. 45. Simon During, “Introduction,” in The Cultural Studies Reader, ed. Simon During, 2nd edn. (London and New York: Routledge, 1999), pp.
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