Winner of the 2022 La corónica International Book Award: Nadia R. Altschul Politics of Temporalization: Medievalism and Orientalism in Nineteenth-Century South America (U of Pennsylvania P, 2020) Nadia R. Altschul, a scholar of Hispanic studies, is the winner of the
Kalamazoo online attendees, please join us on for the Ibero-Medieval Association of North America (IMANA) meeting. The meeting is designated as business meeting in the program, but is open to all. We will meet online on Friday, May 13, 10:00-11:00
La corónica is pleased to announce the 2022 winner of the John K. Walsh Prize, David Rehr, for his article, “Envy and Orientalism in Embajada a Tamorlán.” This award is given annually to the author(s) of an outstanding article published in
Sessions organized by La corónica for the 57th International Congress on Medieval Studies (Kalamazoo, 2022) Location: online Date: 9-14 May 2022 Congress Program Modern Iberian (Neo)Medievalisms in Postcolonial Contexts and Diaspora Session 320, Friday, May 13, 3:00 p.m. EDT
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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
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
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
The window for submissions to the 2020 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. *
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
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
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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.
La corónica is pleased to announce the 2019 winner of the John K. Walsh Award, Mar Martínez Góngora, for her article “Sobre héroes y monstruos: la decoración de Vélez Blanco y la literatura de su tiempo”. This award is given
La corónica is pleased to announce the 2018 winner of the John K. Walsh Award, Clara Pascual-Argente, for her article “‘E el señor de Galicia era del linaje de Troya’: El Victorial and the Cultural Memory of Petrismo”. This award is given annually