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    • What Are You Reading Right Now?

      What Are You Reading Right Now?

      Whether it's literary history, critical theory, fiction, epic, lyric, maqāmāt, historiography, a current bestseller or whatever, we invite you to share briefly what you're reading right now and tell us how you like it. Join La corónica Commons to post.
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    • 10 months ago

      Christi Ivers

    • Pedagogy — Curriculum Development
      The Pedagogy Forum is intended to be a thoughtful hub for discussion about innovations in teaching and for sharing strategies that support medieval Iberian studies. The Forum grows out of a series of roundtables at Kalamazoo International Medieval Congress on pedagogy and the profession in Hispano-medieval studies. We invite collaboration to advance Ibero-medieval studies through dialogue and sharing of ideas and resources. To join the conversation, first create an account by selecting "Register" at the upper left-hand corner of the screen.  You may either join an existing "Forum" where you can deposit documents and comment on the topics, or you may suggest a new discussion group by contacting the Site Administrator(s) (lcc@ku.edu).
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    • 7 months ago

      LcC

    • Pedagogy — Outreach
      The Pedagogy Forum is intended to be a thoughtful hub for discussion about innovations in teaching and for sharing strategies that support medieval Iberian studies. The Forum grows out of a series of roundtables at Kalamazoo International Medieval Congress on pedagogy and the profession in Hispano-medieval studies. We invite collaboration to advance Ibero-medieval studies through dialogue and sharing of ideas and resources. To join the conversation, first create an account by selecting "Register" at the upper left-hand corner of the screen.  You may either join an existing "Forum" where you can deposit documents and comment on the topics, or you may suggest a new discussion group by contacting the Site Administrator(s) (lcc@ku.edu).
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    • Libros de caballerías
      «Libros de caballerías, los que tratan de hazañas de caballeros andantes, ficciones gustosas y artificiosas de mucho entretenimiento y poco provecho, como los libros de Amadís, de don Galaor, del Caballero del Febo y de los demás». Tesoro de la lengua castellana (1611)  
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    • 3 years, 3 months ago

      Hattie Miles-Polka