"A few centuries later, [Fulcher's narration of Christian cannibalism of Muslims] is revisited in Voltaire's Candide when the Old Lady suffers the loss of a buttock eaten by starving Moors. In this reversal of Christian and Muslim cannibals, we undoubtedly have here a vivid example of the principle of turning the other cheek" (footnote 6, p. 62)
(2) Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 37.1 (2007), a special issue on "Mapping the Mediterranean." Many good essays here, and a stellar one by Sharon Kinoshita and Jason Jacobs called "Ports of Call: Boccaccio's Alatiel in the Medieval Mediterranean." This is what a transnational medieval studies looks like.