2003 Cervantes Symposium

Jean Canavaggio
Jean Canavaggio
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Cervantes Symposium
Friday, April 25, 2003 to Saturday, April 26, 2003

The Primacy of Toledo: Cardinal Bernardo de Sandoval y Rojas and the Chapel of Our Lady of the Sagrario
Steven N. Orso, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Noble Wines and Sweet Fritters: Food’s Social Significance in Camacho’s Wedding
Carolyn Nadeau, Illinois Wesleyan University

Postmodern Storytelling: Don Quixote and Urbania
Barbara Simerka, CUNY Queens’s College; and Christopher Weimer, Oklahoma State University

De la oralidad y sus consecuencias en la Segunda Parte de Don Quixote
Carlos Miguel Pueyo, University of Illinois at Chicago
(now at Valparaiso University)

Saint Martin and the Ghosts of the Papacy: Don Quixote 1:19 between Sulpicius Severus and Thomas Hobbes
Eric Graf, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
(now with the College of William and Mary)

Typing Up Loose Ends: Rereading Don Quixote’s Hands
Charles Ganelin, Miami University

Lovesick Shepherds and the Power of Poetry: Competing Memories in La Galatea
Margaret Marek, Pennsylvania State University
(now at Illinois College)

La comedia como monstruo en Cervantes
Rogelio Miñana, Macalester College
(now at Mount Holyoke College)

Ticiano y Cervantes: la diosa contradictoria de El licenciado Vidriera
Timothy Ambrose, Indiana University Southeast

Old Man Spain and the Virgin Colonies: A Political Reading of El celoso extremeño
Alvaro Molina, University of Dallas

Keynote address:

Cervantes en Italia: Roma y Nápoles entre vida y literature
Jean Canavaggio, Université de Paris IV

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