Oxford Medieval Graduate Conference hosted by St. Hugh’s College. Location: Oxford, England Date: 20-21 April 2020 Submit 250-word abstract by 29 February 2020. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org CFP
Scott Raines, University of Kansas, reacts to Catherine Brown’s article “Scratching the Surface.” As he does so, Raines highlights how Brown’s ideas can help twenty-first-century students conceptualize the materiality of manuscripts and their digital surrogates. Read more and add your
Download and read the 2020 John K. Walsh Award-winning article by Fernando Riva for free on Project MUSE. Fernando Riva. “‘Mas querìa yr perdersse o la uentura mudar’: curiosidad intelectual y peregrinaje en el Libro de Apolonio.” La corónica: A
La corónica is pleased to announce the 2020 winner of the John K. Walsh Award, Fernando Riva, for his article “‘Mas querìa yr perdersse o la uentura mudar’: curiosidad intelectual y peregrinaje en el Libro de Apolonio.” This year, La
Meeting organized by Premodern Iberianists of the Mid-Atlantic (PIMA) and hosted by George Washington University. Location: Washington, DC Date: 6 March 2020 Submit a 250-word abstract and CV by 19 December 2019 Contact: Belen Vicens (email@example.com) and Abigail Agresta (firstname.lastname@example.org) The inaugural meeting
“Travelling Objects, Travelling People: Art and Artists of Late Medieval and Renaissance Iberia and Beyond, c. 1400–1550” Conference organized by Costanza Beltrami and Sylvia Alvares-Correa and hosted by Tom Nickson, The Courtauld Institute of Art. Location: London, England Date: 28
687. Race and Its Historiography in Medieval Iberian Studies 10:15 AM–11:30 AM Jan 12, 2020 WSCC – Chelan 5 Description: Panelists address the lack of engagement with race and diversity in medieval Iberian studies, in a discussion about the ways that
Join us for the following events at the MLA Convention in Seattle, organized by LLC Medieval Iberian. More information follows the session titles. 156. Political Uses of Medieval Iberia 507. New Currents in Medieval Iberian Studies 653A. Medieval Iberia Cash
Meeting organized by Premodern Iberianists of the Mid-Atlantic (PIMA) and hosted by George Washington University. Location: Washington, DC Date: 6 March 2020 Submit a 250-word abstract and CV by 19 December 2019 Contact: Belen Vicens or Abigail Agresta See below CFP:
Symposium “Women’s Voices of the Middle Ages and Renaissance” sponsored by BYU´s Department of French & Italian, Global Women’s Studies Program, and Medieval and Renaissance Studies and hosted by Brigham Young University. Location: Provo, UT Date: 13 March 2020 Submit one-page abstract
Open Access Week is 21-27 October 2019 Project Muse hosts open access articles in La corónica. To view OA content from La corónica available through Project Muse, visit Open Access Texts.
Symposium “Imagining Pilgrimage to Santiago: Itineraries, Narratives, Myths” organized by the Institute of Fine Arts in collaboration with Xunta de Galicia and hosted by New York University. Location: New York, NY Date: 24-25 April 2020 Submission details may be found
Crowd-sourcing project “Transcribe Estoria” organized by Aengus Ward for the Department of Hispanic Studies and Estoria de España Digital Project at the University of Birmingham. Project description in English and Spanish below. To learn more and to participate, click here. Transcribeestoria is
Books Received La corónica invites book reviews for the following books: Barton, Thomas W. Victory’s Shadow: Conquest and Governance in Medieval Catalonia. Cornell UP, 2019. 432 pp. O’Callaghan, Joseph F. Alfonso X, the Justinian of His Age: Law and Justice in Thirteenth-Century Castile.
Call for Papers for La Corónica panel at the Annual Medieval Congress at Kalamazoo, “Iberian Travelers in the Mediterranean”: This session will resonate with the work of the 2020 plenary speaker, Sharon Kinoshita. It will also highlight the various ethnic, linguistic and religious histories
Conference organized by the Kentucky Foreign Language Executive Committee and hosted by the University of Kentucky. Location: Lexington, KY Date: 16-18 April 2020 Submit a 250-word abstract by 25 November 2019 Contact: Sadia Zoubir-Shaw, Brittany Frodge, or Kelly Ferguson (email@example.com) Conference
Conference organized by The Medieval Chronicle Society and hosted by the Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences and Adam Mickiewicz University Location: Poznan, Poland Date: 13-17 July 2020 Submit a 200-word abstract by 1 February 2020 Contact: Ryszard Grzesik or Józef Dobosz Conference
Congress organized by Círculo de Estudios de la Literatura Picaresca y Celestinesca (CELPYC) and hosted by the City College of New York. Location: New York City, NY Date: 3-5 June 2020 Submit paper proposal by 15 February 2020. Contact information
Read articles from vol. 45, no. 2, Spring 2017 of La corónica free on Project Muse!
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