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.
“96th Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America” organized by Medieval Academy of America and Medieval Studies Institute of Indiana University and hosted by Indiana University. Location: Bloomington, IN Date: 15-18 April 2021 Submit a 250-word abstract by 1
*Submission Deadline Extended (see below) “Race and Its Historiography in Medieval Iberian Studies” Special Session organized by Isidro J. Rivera for the 2021 MLA Convention. Session seeks discussion of topics on racial(ized) minorities, the whitening of the middle ages, and
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
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:
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.
Conference “Medieval Futures” organized by the Illinois Medieval Association (IMA) and hosted by Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana. Location: Notre Dame, IN Date: 21-22 February 2020 Submit a 300-word abstract by 15 September 2019 Contact: Sarah Noonan and Jessalynn Bird
Conference “Riddles in Hispanic Culture and Literature” organized by The Department of Romance Languages at Villanova University, the Department of Languages, Literatures and Culture at the University of Delaware, and the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Temple University. Location: Philadelphia,
International Conference organized by Instituto de Estudos Medievais (NOVA FCSH), Mosteiro da Batalha/Direção Geral do Património Cultural and Centro de Estudos de História Religiosa (UCP), and hosted by Mosteiro de Santa Maria da Vitória. Location: Batalha, Portugal Date: 7-9 November 2019
Congress organized by Círculo de Estudios de la Literatura Picaresca y Celestinesca and hosted by the City College of New York Location: New York, NY Date: 3-5 June 2020 Submit (beginning 1 October 2019) a 150-word abstract by 1 April
Sessions organized by MLA Forum on Mediterranean Studies and hosted by Modern Language Association, MLA Location: Seattle, WA Date: 9-12 January 2020 Submit a 250-word abstract by 17 March 2019 Contact: Greg Hutcheson See below CFP: 1) Is There a Future
Session organized by MLA Forum for Medieval Iberian Literatures, Languages, and Cultures and hosted by Modern Language Association, MLA Location: Seattle, WA Date: 9-12 January 2020 Submit abstract for 15-minute paper by 8 March 2019 Contact: David Wacks See below CFP:
Update 26/9/2018: The editors of La corónica Commons would like to draw our users’ attention to the following update regarding the session selection process for the International Congress on Medieval Studies. On 6 September 2018, Jana K. Schulman (Director, Medieval Institute at
The editors of La corónica would like to bring to the attention of our readers an open letter recently drafted by the Steering Committee of the BABEL Working Group and circulated […]. To read on, click here.
Conference organized by Women in Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies (WISPS) and hosted by The Institute of Modern Languages Research, School of Advanced Study, University of London. Location: London, UK Date: 2-3 November 2018 Submit 200-word abstract/proposal by 15 July
Call for Papers 54nd International Medieval Congress, Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, May 9 to 12, 2019) Deadline for submission of paper proposals is September 15, 2018 CALL FOR PAPERS – ‘Big Data’ in Medieval Studies Sponsored by Digital Philology: A Journal
Call for Papers 54nd International Medieval Congress, Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, May 9 to 12, 2019) Deadline for submission of paper proposals is September 15, 2018 The politics of consumption: feasting and fasting in Medieval Iberia The Ibero-Medieval Association of
Call for Papers 54nd International Medieval Congress, Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, May 9 to 12, 2019) Deadline for submission of paper proposals is September 15, 2018 From Timbuktu to Kalamazoo The Association of Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies and the
Call for Papers 54nd International Medieval Congress, Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, May 9 to 12, 2019) Deadline for submission of paper proposals is September 1, 2018 East meets West: Revisiting the Medieval Dichotomy of Place and Space in Asia and