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Spanish Humanism in La Corónica, Fall 2010

I missed this last year, but: La corónica 39 (Fall 2010) has a special issue on humanism in 15th-century Spain.

Juan-Carlos Conde, “Ottavio Di Camillo’s El humanismo castellano del siglo XV, Thirty-Five Years later: An Introduction.”

Ottavio di Camillo, “Fifteenth-Century Spanish Humanism: Thirty-Five Years Later.”

Lucia Binotti, “Humanistic Audiences: Novela Sentimental and Libros de Caballerías in Cinquecento Italy.”

José Luis Canet, “Los humanistas y la filosofía moral: De la corte del Magnánimo a la de los Reyes Católicos.”

Tomás González Rolán and Pilar Saquero Suárez-Somonte, “Los comienzos de la diplomacia moderna en Castilla: Alfonso de Cartagena (1385-1456).”

Carlos Heusch, “Algunas levadas en torno al humanismo de La Celestina.”

José Miguel Martínez Torrejón, “Psicomaquias, disputas y retóricas: La olla podrida del debate cuatrocentista.”

María Morrás, “Coluccio Salutati en España: La versión romance de las Declamationes Lucretiae.”

Jesús D. Rodríguez-Velasco, “La producción del margen.”

Juan Miguel Valero Moreno, “Mejor no haber nacido: Contextos y variantes en la tradición castellana del contemptu mundi.”

About emspanishhistorynotes

Scott Taylor is an associate professor in the history department at the University of Kentucky.

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2 thoughts on “Spanish Humanism in La Corónica, Fall 2010

  1. I just wanted to mention that La Corónica is now in Project MUSE, so people with access can find this issue here http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/la_coronica/toc/cor.39.1.html . Thanks for all your good work.

    Posted by Brian Harrington | September 29, 2011, 5:52 pm
  2. Brian – thanks. Normally I link the articles to wherever I can find them; in this case, Project Muse. But yesterday I just didn’t want to take the time, especially since I’m never sure whether those links work only for me, with my access to Project Muse through Siena College’s library.

    Posted by emspanishhistorynotes | September 30, 2011, 9:50 am

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