2004 Cervantes Symposium

Carroll Johnson, University of California, Los Angeles
Carroll Johnson, University of California, Los Angeles
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Cervantes Symposium
Saturday, April 24, 2004

Cervantes’ Errant Legacy
Nina Cox Davis, Washington University in St. Louis

And the Band Played On: Queering Marriage in El entremés del juez de los divoricios
Maria Mercedes Carrión, Emory University

“Por orearme voy de esta manera”: lo queer en el episodio del soldado paje (Don Quixote II, 24)
José Cartagena-Calderón, Pomona College

Reaprendiendo la amistad en el Renacimiento: el case de La Galatea
Juan Pablo Gil-Oslé, Arkansas State University

When Peasants Rule: The Politics of Ordinary People in Cervantes
Luis Corteguera, University of Kansas

The Wrath of Don Fernando: Dorotea, Athene, Cervantes, and Homer
Harry Vélez Quiñones, University of Puget Sound

El Viejo celoso, I Corinthians VII 1-9, and the Archaeology of Desire: Rewriting the Comedia Nueva
Michael Gerli, University of Virginia

El imperio engañado: El celoso extremeño descubierto por María de Zayas y Sotomayor
José Ballesteros, St. Mary’s College of Maryland

Keynote address:

The Virtual Don Quixote: Cide Hamete Benengeli’s Manuscript and Aljamiado Literature
Carroll Johnson, University of California, Los Angeles

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