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
Session organized by The Association of Graduate and Early Career Scholars of Medieval Iberia (AGECSMIberia) for the International Medieval Congress at the University of Leeds. Location: Leeds, England Date: 5-6 July 2021 Submit an abstract of 200-250 words (any references
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.
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
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 (email@example.com) See Call for Papers below: Medieval and early
Winner of the 2019 La corónica International Book Award: S. J. Pearce The Andalusi Literary and Intellectual Tradition: The Role of Arabic in Judah ibn Tibbon’s Ethical Will (Indiana UP, 2017). S.J. Pearce is an associate professor in the Department of
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
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 “Al-Andalus in Motion: Travelling Concepts and Cross-Cultural Contexts” organized by Language Acts and Worldmaking Project and Scientific Studies Association and hosted by Istanbul Medeniyet University. Location: Istanbul, Turkey Date: 15-16 November 2018 Submit 250-400 word abstract (via the online application form at
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.
Sessions organized by Medieval Iberian Languages, Literatures and Cultures (LLC) at the 2019 MLA Convention. Location: Chicago, IL Date: 3-6 January 2019 New Currents in Medieval Iberian Studies Papers on new works, new methodologies or new critical approaches to Medieval
Panel, “The Other’s Chivalry: Alternative Chivalric Codes and Practices”, organized by Ana Grinberg (Auburn University) and Stefanie Goyette (Durham Academy) for the International Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo. Location: Kalamazoo, MI Date: 10-13 May 2018 Submit abstract and Participant Information form by 15
La corónica International Book Award 52nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan Session 169: La corónica International Book Award Special Session Laura Ackerman Smoller, The Saint and the Chopped-Up Baby: The Cult of Vincent Ferrer in Medieval and Early
CONTENTS FROM THE EDITOR 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 de Rocabertí i l’Infierno de los enamorados del marquès de
Sessions organized by Medieval Iberian Languages, Literatures and Cultures (LLC) at the 2018 MLA Convention. Location: New York City, NY Date: 4-7 January 2018 New Currents in Medieval Iberian Studies Papers on new works, new methodologies or new critical approaches
Conference organized by Three Cultures Foundation, in association with the Allameh Tabatabai University and the University of Seville, and hosted by the Sede de la Fundación Tres Culturas. Location: Seville, Spain Date: 16-17 November 2016 Submit abstract by 9 September