Archive for August, 2015

Vol. 43.2 – Now available

Friday, August 21st, 2015
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Vol. 43.2

Table of Contents

ARTICLES

A producão trovadoresca de Afonso X. 2. Entre trovadores e jograis galego-portugueses
António Resende de Oliveira

From Guinevere to Isabel: Rodríguez de Montalvo’s Transformations of Oriana in Amadís de Gaula
Stacey Triplette

Playing the Goth Card in Tenth-Century Córdoba: Ibn al-Qūtīya’s Family Traditions
Denise K. Filios

Risky Collaboration in Fifteenth-Century Printing and Cárcel de Amor
Christina E. Ivers

REVIEWS

Naylor, Eric W. and Jerry R. Rank, trans. and ed. The Archpriest of Talavera: Dealing with the Vices of Wicked Women and the Complexions of Men. Reviewed by Steven D. Kirby

Twomey, Lesley K. The Fabric of Marian Devotion in Isabel de Villena’s Vita Christi. Reviewed by Jessica A. Boon

Halperin, Dalia-Ruth. Illuminating Micrography: The Catalan Micrography Mahzor MS Heb 8º6527 in the National Library of Israel. Reviewed by Jeffrey Hoffman

Núñez Méndez, Eva. Fundamentos teóricos y prácticos de historia de la lengua española. Reviewed by Elizabeth M. Willingham

Mérida Jiménez, Rafael M. Transmisión y difusión de la literatura caballeresca. Doce estudios de recepción cultural hispánica (siglos XIII-XVII). Reviewed by Lucila Lobato Osorio

Nussbaum, María Fernanda. Claves del entorno ideológico del ‘Poema de Alfonso XI’. Reviewed by Antonio Contreras Martín

Boon, Jessica A. The Mystical Science of the Soul: Medieval Cognition in Bernardino de Laredo’s Recollection Method. Reviewed by Laura Delbrugge

Martos, Josep Lluís, ed. La poesía en la imprenta antigua. Reviewed by David Arbesú

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General Call for Papers – La corónica

Thursday, August 13th, 2015

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General Call for Papers

The Editors of La corónica invite article submissions on all topics relating to medieval Iberian languages, literatures, and cultures. We welcome rigorously researched contributions to our fields from a variety of scholarly perspectives and approaches. All submissions must be critically and methodologically informed, written for La corónica’s international, medievalist readership, and formatted according to the guidelines found on our website, www.lacoronica.org.