2008 Cervantes Symposium

Adrienne Martin, University of California, Davis
Adrienne Martin, University of California, Davis
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Cervantes Symposium
Saturday, April 26, 2008

Viewing St. Bartholomew: Michelangelo, Guzmán de Alfarache II.2.2, and Don Quijote I.4
Frederick de Armas, University of Chicago

“Señora, donde hay música no puede haber cosa mala:” Music in Don Quixote
Chad Gasta, Iowa State University

Luces, cámara, inacción en Lost in La Mancha
Julia Domínguez, Iowa State University

The Secret Life of Patiño’s Pen
Bruce Burningham, Illinois State University

Parody, the Phaethon Myth,and Sancho’s Ascent in Don Quixote
R. John McCaw, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Don Quijote, una obra entre la oralidad y la escritura
Jesus Botello, University of Chicago

Words Made Flesh: Don Quixote and Frankenstein
Darcy Donahue, Miami University

Dorotea: Cervantes’s Perfect Doncella
Montserrat Pérez-Toribio, University of Illinois at Chicago
(now at Wheaton College)

La Sierra Morena y el arte de esperar en Don Quijote
María Mercedes Carrión, Emory University

Keynote address:

Cervantes y el Hampa Femenina
Adrienne Martin, University of California, Davis

Learn more about the Center for Renaissance Studies’ Cervantes Symposium.