2007 Cervantes Symposium

Jacques Lezra, New York University
Jacques Lezra, New York University
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Cervantes Symposium
Saturday, April 28, 2007

Of Promontories, Protrusions, and Other Protractions: Cervantes’ Serendipitous Encounters in the Viaje del Parnaso
Horacio Chiong Rivero, Swarthmore College

Publish or Parish: Cervantes and the Comedia
Ellen C. Frye, William Paterson University

When the Dog is Just a Dog: Ignoring the Human in El coloquio de los perros
John Beusterien, Texas Tech University

Paradigmatic Pairs and Postmodernist Poetics in Cervantes’ Don Quixote and Seinfeld
Antonio Carreño-Rodríguez, George Mason University

Don Quijote as Nouveau Roman and as Roman Existentiel
Darío Fernández-Morera, Northwestern University

The Influence and Reception of Modern Translations of Don Quijote in Britain
Michael J. McGrath, Georgia Southern University

The First Narrator of Don Quixote
William Worden, University of Alabama

Keynote address:

The Disciplining of Don Quijote and the Discipline of Literary Studies
Jacques Lezra, University of Wisconsin
(now at New York University)

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