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The Poetic Gloss

Posted By Susan Byrne, Monday, May 1, 2017
Updated: Wednesday, May 17, 2017

The RSA Division in Hispanic Literature and the Cervantes Society of America (CSA) invite proposals for the following panel

From Fernando de Herrera’s commentaries on Garcilaso de la Vega to poetic jousts and Don Diego de Miranda’s son Lorenzo’s glosses in Don Quijote (II, 18) – how did early modern Spanish poets read and respond to one another? What part did glosses play in the development of Spanish poetics?

 

Submission of proposals:

Please indicate the name of the panel that interests you and send a single page that has both an abstract of less than 150 words and a brief curriculum vitae to both organizers: Susan Byrne (susan.byrne[at]unlv.edu) and David A. Boruchoff (david.boruchoff[at]mcgill.ca). See the guidelines for CVs on the RSA’s annual meeting page.

Proposals must be received by Monday, 29 May 2017.

Please note: Presentations may be made in English (the primary language of the RSA) or in Spanish, and should bear in mind the interdisciplinary makeup of the RSA, as well as the need to be intelligible to scholars whose primary interests and expertise may lie outside the Spanish-speaking world. The title and abstract must be written in the language in which the presentation will be given.

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Tags:  Early modern Spain  glosses  poetics  poetry 

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