La corónica Research Colloquium Upcoming Talk: Magic, Miracle, and Grace in the Cantigas de Santa María Presented by: Heather Bamford, Associate Professor (Department of Romance, German, and Slavic Languages and Literatures, The George Washington University) 15 June 2021 3:00 p.m.
La corónica invites all authors / publishers to submit nominations for the 2022 “La corónica Book Award” Monographs published in 2020 are eligible. Submission deadline is 15 August 2021. For information, consult http://lacoronica.org/award.htm or contact Book Review Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Winner of the 2021 La corónica International Book Award: Sol Miguel-Prendes Narrating Desire: Moral Consolation and Sentimental Fiction in Fifteenth-Century Spain (U North Carolina P, 2019) Sol Miguel-Prendes is Professor of Spanish at Wake Forest University. She conducts research in
La corónica is pleased to announce the second annual winner of the Nancy F. Marino Prize for Best Essay in Hispanomedieval Studies: Adam Mahler for the paper, “Reading and Writing: The Unexemplary in Dom Duarte’s Leal conselheiro” *
The window for submissions to the 2021 Nancy F. Marino Prize competition has closed. La corónica thanks those who submitted their papers for consideration. We look forward to the forthcoming announcement of the winning paper and to next year’s competition. The
55th International Congress on Medieval Studies (Kalamazoo, 2021) La corónica Sessions Iberian Travelers in the Mediterranean (A Panel Discussion) Monday, May 10 at 11:00 a.m. EDT La corónica International Book Award: In Honor of S. J. Pearce for The Andalusi Literary and Intellectual
Virtual Talk, “European Perspectives on the Olla podrida and other Medieval and Early Modern Spanish Fare,” by Carolyn Nadeau organized by the Center for Medieval Studies at the University of Minnesota and La corónica. Location: online, vía Zoom Event Link:
La corónica is pleased to announce the 2021 winners of the John K. Walsh Prize, Yolanda Iglesias and David Navarro, for their article, “Revalorización de los conceptos de pecado y delito en las ‘Siete Partidas’ y las ‘Cantigas de Santa
Read the following pieces and article from 48.1 free on Project Muse (links below). ARTICLES De pecadores a sufrientes: endemoniados en la Vida de San Millán de la Cogolla y la Vida de Santo Domingo de Silos Rocío Rubio Moirón
David Gitlitz 1942-2020 We deeply regret the passing of our colleague Dr. David Gitlitz on 30 December 2020 in Oaxaca, México. A full obituary will be forthcoming.
Read the following pieces and article from 48.2 free on Project Muse (links below). La corónica International Book Award Forum: S. J. Pearce. The Andalusí Literary Intellectual Tradition: The Role of Arabic in Judah ibn Tibbon’s Ethical Will. Indiana UP, 2017. (Winner of
CONTENTS FROM THE EDITOR Michelle M. Hamilton, Editor IN MEMORIAM Eric Naylor Grant Gearhart Carlos Alberto Solé Elizabeth Willingham La corónica International Book Award Forum: S. J. Pearce. The Andalusí Literary Intellectual Tradition: The Role of Arabic in Judah ibn
La corónica is pleased to announce the first annual winner of the Nancy F. Marino Prize for Best Essay in Hispanomedieval Studies: Rebecca de Souza for her paper, “Destabilising Monotheism; or Rethinking Religious Identity Formation in the Medieval Castilian Epic”
Special issue edited by Nick Jones for La corónica Submit abstract of 300 words in English and 2-page CV by 1 November 2020. Contact: Nick Jones (email@example.com) See Call for Papers below. We invite essays that analyze the temporal mutability,
Winner of the 2020 La corónica International Book Award: Heather Bamford Cultures of the Fragment: Uses of the Iberian Manuscript, 1100-1600 (U of Toronto P, 2018). Heather Bamford is Associate Professor of Spanish Literature at the George Washington University where she
CONTENTS FROM THE EDITOR IN MEMORIAM: LINDA DAVIDSON George Greenia ARTICLES De pecadores a sufrientes: endemoniados en la Vida de San Millán de la Cogolla y la Vida de Santo Domingo de Silos Rocío Rubio Moirón “El täu en las
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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
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.
Critical cluster edited by Emily Colbert Cairns for La corónica Submit abstract proposal of 300 words by 1 February 2020 and final essays by 15 June 2020. Contact: Emily Colbert Cairns (firstname.lastname@example.org) See Call for Papers below: Medieval and early