Medieval scholars are duking it out over the term “Anglo-Saxon” and its historical links to insidious ideas about white superiority.
Viking Age Scandinavians were immigrants who traded with the Muslim world and embraced gender fluidity—everything the alt-right despises.
One hundred years ago this summer, an event at the end of WWI fueled Hitler’s grievances—and fired his bellicose political philosophy.
Medieval Europe was a crossroads of global influence, not a mythical all-white past. The new Notre Dame should reflect that.