2 edition of MODERN IBERIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE found in the catalog.
MODERN IBERIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
HERBERT HERSHEL GOLDEN
Written in English
|Statement||BY H.H. GOLDEN AND S.O. SIMCHES.|
|Contributions||SIMCHES, S. O.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||184|
A collection of 28 essays from the congress which offers a showcase and introduction to many aspects of Celtic studies throughout the world. In addition to thoughtful explorations about Celtic origins and the future of Celtic languages, it also includes papers on a wide range of topics, from medieval hagiography to the contemporary novel, and includes summaries of the other papers given at. This peer-reviewed book series is a successor to Brill's Medieval Iberian Peninsula series which sought to provide a forum for the publication of high-quality scholarly work--original monographs, article collections, editions of texts or documents, translations--on the peoples and cultures of medieval Christian, Jewish, and Islamic Iberia. While maintaining these previous interests, the new.
New York: Modern Language Association of America, – "Jewish Male Menstruation in Seventeenth–Century Spain," Bulletin of the History of Medicine () – "Miguel de Barrios' Contra la verdad no hay fuerza: A New "'Auto' in Seventeenth–Century Spanish Drama," A Society on Stage, eds. Edward H. Friedman, H.J. Contributions of Iberian-born writers have gone largely unrecognized by most European and American readers. The rich history of literary achievements in the Iberian Penninsula is now available in this unprecedented dictionary. Defining literature in the broad sense, the Dictionary includes historical, religious, cultural and philosophical writings as well as prose, poetry, and drama from the 2/5(1).
UT-LANIC: Literature (primarily Latin American) WESSWEB Iberian Language and Literature Web. Electronic Text Collections in Western European Literature (WESSWEB) Iberian Studies in SALALM (ISiS) (Brown University Library) Virtual & Digital Libraries. Antologíia de poesía española (IUPUI) Biblioteca Digital Hispánica. Being Portuguese In Spanish: Reimagining Early Modern Iberian Literature, , Jonathan William Wade Purdue University Press Book Previews Among the many consequences of Spain’s annexation of Portugal from to was an increase in the number of Portuguese authors writing in Spanish.
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The Iberian language was the language of an indigenous pre-Migration Period people identified by Greek and Roman sources who lived in the eastern and southeastern regions of the Iberian ancient Iberians can be identified as a rather nebulous local culture between the 7th and 1st century BC.
The Iberian language, like all the other Paleohispanic MODERN IBERIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE book except Basque, became Language family: unclassified. Genre/Form: Bibliographies Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Golden, Herbert H. (Herbert Hershel), Modern Iberian language and.
Jonathan Wade is an associate professor of Spanish at Meredith College where he teaches a variety of courses on language and literature.
He specializes in early modern Spanish and Portuguese literature, with particular emphasis on the comedia, Don Quixote and Cervantes, and Iberian studies (–).He has published articles in the Bulletin of the Comediantes, Hispania, and Comedia.
The index does gather together all writers by language; all Portuguese or Catalan authors, for instance. Given its uniqueness, the Dictionary of the Literature of the Iberian Peninsula will appeal to users ranging from English-speaking nonspecialists to scholars of Iberian literature.
Recommended for purchase by academic and large public : Hardcover. Faculty research areas include medieval Iberia, early modern Spain, eighteenth- and nineteenth-century literatures and cultures of Iberia, modernity and twentieth-century Spain and Portugal, Periferias and Autonomías (including Galician and Catalan Studies), Portuguese postcolonial studies, Iberian modernism, forced labor and migration histories, Spanish film, popular music and visual cultures.
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Below are the suggested thematic areas for papers and panels, which must advance understanding of contemporary socio-cultural, economic and political issues and realities and relate primarily to Spain and/or Portugal and transnational issues and processes relating to the Iberian.
Among the many consequences of Spain’s annexation of Portugal from to was an increase in the number of Portuguese authors writing in Spanish. One can trace this practice as far back as the medieval period, although it was through Gil Vicente, Jorge de Montemayor, and others that Spanish-language texts entered the mainstream of literary expression in Portugal.
The year stands out as one of the most significant in Iberian cultural history. It saw the deaths of Cardinal Henrique of Portugal and Luís de Camões, the birth of Francisco de Quevedo, Miguel de Cervantes’s liberation from Algiers, the first Spanish translations of Os Lusíadas,² and the dawn of the Iberian landscape of early modern Iberian literature would look much.
Book Description. The Routledge Companion to Iberian Studies takes an important place in the scholarly landscape by bringing together a compelling collection of essays that reflect the evolving ways in which researchers think and write about the Iberian Peninsula.
Features include: A comprehensive approach to the different languages and cultural traditions of the Iberian Peninsula. "Allison Bigelow has mined a dizzying array of early modern Iberian manuscripts and printed texts to form a lexicon centered on four ancient Western obsessions: gold, silver, iron, and copper.
She demonstrates how a seemingly esoteric language of metallurgy and mining not only hides the ugly innards of empire but also contains the keys to. Iberian Spanish Language and Literature Collection - Collections Description The Modern Languages & Linguistics Library collects books, journals, popular magazines, electronic databases and cd-roms for Iberian studies in the areas of Spanish, Catalan, Galician and Basque language, literature and culture.
Literature of the City; Literary Translation; Publications. Book. Translating New York: The City’s Languages in Iberian Literatures.
Liverpool UP, The manuscript of Translating New York received the Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Book Award. Edited Volumes. Another posthumous publication by a writer now widely considered one of the masters of modern Spanish-language literature.
This is Bolano's poetry debut for English-language readers--the volume is a bilingual edition of 44 poems on facing pages. Spanish literature generally refers to literature (Spanish poetry, prose, and drama) written in the Spanish language within the territory that presently constitutes the Kingdom of development coincides and frequently intersects with that of other literary traditions from regions within the same territory, particularly Catalan literature, Galician intersects as well with Latin, Jewish.
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SUBJECTS. Spanish & Portuguese Language, Literature & Culture Find Primary Sources Online Search this Guide Search. Digital book and image collections of holdings of the John Carter Brown Library, which specializes in primary historical sources pertaining to the Americas, both North and South, before ca.
Iberian Language & Literature : Rachel Stein. The literary life of medieval and early modern Spanish, Portuguese and Catalan poets is revealed in a new book by Stanford scholars of Iberian and Latin American cultures.
* Kinoshita, Sharon. “Medieval Mediterranean Literature.” PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America (): – This post is a preliminary version of a paper I’m giving at the MLA in Vancouver BC, in session 12a.
Latin American and Iberian Perspectives on Literature and Medicine (Routledge Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Literature) Synopsis This is the first study to examine the representation of illness, disability, and cultural pathologies in modern and contemporary Iberian and Latin American literature.
This book enriches and stimulates Author: Patricia Novillo-Corvalán.Professor Viestenz specializes in modern Iberian literature and culture. He is most recently the author of By the Grace of God: Francoist Spain and the Sacred Roots of Political this book he constructs a theory of the sacred through a cultural analysis of Iberian literature published during Franco's dictatorship, placing the use of the sacred in this time period with current.
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