2002 Cervantes Symposium

Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Cervantes Symposium
Saturday, April 27, 2002

Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves
Anne Cruz, University of Illinois at Chicago

Jealousy in The Jealous Old Man from Extremadura: The Fall and Rise of Virtue as an Operative Principle
Ana Gómez-Laguna, Illinois Wesleyan University
(now with Rutgers-Camden)

(Re)Creating the Beloved in Cervantes
Ellen Anderson, York University

Boquitas Pintadas: Supervivencia linguistica en los discursos subversivos de los personajes femeninos cervantinos
Monserrat Pérez, University of Illinois at Chicago
(now at Wheaton College)

De calles, puertas, y casas: Mujeres en cello y hombres celadores in La guarda cuidadosa, La cueva de Salamanca, y El Viejo celoso de Cervantes
Vicente Pérez de León, Oberlin College

Cervantes, Don Quixote, and the Canon
Howard Mancing, Purdue University

Keynote address:

Material Girls—and Boys: Dressing Up in Cervantes
Marcia Welles, Barnard College, now emerita

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