Ángel Rañales Pérez and his 300-level Spanish students announce the launch of their open access digital project “Picturing Hispanismo: History, Voices and Texts.” The project focuses on examining and experiencing Transatlantic Hispanismo and the humanities in a non-conventional format within the
As many of us transition to remote instruction, La corónica Commons users are compiling resources to support teaching and learning. Categories include: General Resources for Online Instruction Resources for Teaching Language Classes Online Resources for Teaching Medieval Literature Online Resources
Panel organized by the Medieval and Early Modern Studies Student Association (MEMSSA) and hosted by the University of Kansas. Location: online, via Zoom Register here: https://kansas.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0of-Cqpz8pHtcI4V4Pdaz3WrcG-9npqrPy Date: 11 March 2021 at 1:00 p.m. Central Time Contact: Sadie Arft (email@example.com)
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:
Virtual Symposium “Pilgrimage in the Midst of Pandemic” organized by the Institute for Pilgrimage Studies and hosted by William and Mary University. Location: online, via Institute for Pilgrimage Studies’ YouTube channel Presentation videos currently available for viewing on YouTube (live
Check out the newly updated Cantar de mio Cid website (https://miocid.wlu.edu) by Matthew Bailey (Washington and Lee U) and colleagues. Also available: Recitation of entire poem, MP3 audio (https://miocid.wlu.edu/mp3/cid.mp3) Recitation of entire poem, HTML5 Video with subtitles (https://miocid.wlu.edu/main/movs/cid.html)
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
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
Early Career Scholars of Medieval Iberia Discuss Research and Teaching in the Time of COVID-19 Final grades had been submitted. Graduation ceremonies, unfortunately, largely had not been attended. A long summer stretched before us with fewer or no social gatherings
This bibliography is intended to gather a number of sources in relation to Hispano-Iberianists’ involvement in contemporary uses and constructions of Medieval Iberia and the Twitter hashtag #HereAreTheIberianists. […] To read on, click here.
Did you teach a particularly successful online lesson during the COVID-19 pandemic? Would you be willing to share with other La corónica Commons users who might have to teach remotely again in the fall? Please consider posting lesson plans for teaching Medieval
The Open Iberia/América online, open access teaching anthology of premodern primary texts from the Spanish-speaking world is launched: https://openiberiaamerica.hcommons.org/ For more information, or to contribute, contact General Editor David Wacks at firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Read the critical cluster on Redes Petristas from vol. 45, no. 2, Spring 2017 of La corónica on Project Muse for free!
Read an article from vol. 46, no. 1, Fall 2017 of La corónica free on Project Muse!
Read two articles from vol. 47, no. 2, Spring 2019 of La corónica free on Project Muse!
Read volume 45, number 1, Fall 2016 of La corónica free on Project Muse! ARTICLES “In Memoriam: David Mackenzie, 1943–2016” John O’Neill “La sentimentalització de Dante a la poesia cortesana del segle XV: la Glòria d’amor de fra Bernat Hug
Mary-Anne Vetterling has recently updated her Libro de buen amor bibliography. To view the bibliography, visit http://my-lba.com. To suggest an addition to the bibliography, please contact Dr. Vetterling.
Editors’ note: The following post by Shamma Boyarin appeared originally on “In the Middle” on 17 March 2018. La corónica Commons has received permission from Boyarin to re-publish his response to two posts by Chad Leahy here and here.
by S.J. Pearce, New York University Yo vi, en reino de olores, que presidía entre comunes flores la deidad de la rosa, y era su emperatriz por más hermosa. Yo vi entre piedras finas de la docta academia de sus