Hispanic Medieval Studies in Honor of Samuel G Armistead



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ContributionsMichael E. Gerli (Editor), Harvey L. Sharrer (Editor)
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Number of Pages301
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Legacies. Studies in Honor of Samuel G. Armistead. Juan de la Cuesta, “¡Qué me siegue esta cebada!’ and other euphemistic metaphors in the ballad tradition.” In Wine, Women, and Song. Hebrew and Arabic Literature of Medieval Iberia. Newark, Delaware: Juan de la Cuesta Press, Articles in Newspapers and Academic Journals.   A Possible Late 15th-century French Antecedent," Michael Gerli and Harvey Sharrer, eds., Hispanic Medieval Studies in Honor of Samuel G. Armistead, Madison, , "Jewish Music," New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Studies on the Cantigas de Santa Maria: art, music and poetry: proceedings of the International Symposium on the Cantigas de Santa Maria of Alfonso X, el Sabio () in commemoration of its th anniversary year (New York, November ). The Director of the Center for Studies in Oral Tradition is Dr. John Zemke. He began his study of verbal arts with his training in medieval Spanish literature under Samuel G. Armistead. He teaches courses on Hispanic Oral Traditions, History of the Spanish Language, and medieval Spanish Literature at the University of Missouri.

Judeo-Spanish ballad research in America begins with the romances we have annotated in the present edition: 46 texts of Eastern Mediterranean and Moroccan origin, representing 43 different text-types, collected by Professor Maír José Benardete in New York City during the winter of and spring of [19] Benardete's pioneering work was to be followed by that of many other collectors. While most books on medieval folklore focus primarily on the West, this unique volume brings together an eclectic range of experts to treat the subject from a global perspective. Especially remarkable are the surveys of the major medieval traditions including Arab-Islamic, Baltic, English, Finno-Ugric, French, Hispanic, Hungarian, Irish. The Mocedades de Rodrigo is the name given to a late, anonymous Castilian cantar de gesta, composed around , that relates the origins and exploits of the youth of the legendary hero El Cid (Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar).. There are surviving verses, preceded by an initial prose fragment. The only codex that contains the work is a manuscript from that is kept in the National Library of.

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94 SAMUEL G. ARMISTEAD an ongoing process of poetic creativity. These articles culminated in the publication, inof a path-breaking book, Creadon poetica en el romancero tradicional, a book that established the groundwork for future research on Hispanic ballads in oral tradition.2 The publication of Americo Paredes's book on Gregorio.

The Hispanic Review is a quarterly journal devoted to research in Hispanic literary and cultural studies. Published since by the Department of Romance Languages at the University of Pennsylvania, the journal features essays and book reviews on the diverse cultural manifestations of Spain and Latin America, from the medieval period to the.

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Among the more important contributions of Samuel G. Armistead to studies Hispanic literature, should be noted that nearly a score of Sephardic romances are directly and genetically linked with the Spanish, French and German epic medieval, rather than with the printed ballad´s texts published in the 16th century.

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No remainder marks. No names or marks in the text. Most books shipped within 24 hours. Tales." Hispanic Medieval Studies in Honor of Samuel G. Armistead. Michael Gerii and Harvey L. Sharrer, eds. Madison: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, Crews, Cynthia M. "Extracts from the Meam Loez (Genesis) with a Translation and Glossary." Proceedings of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society: Literary and.

Samuel G. Armistead. “Trabajos actuales sobre el Romancero”, Madison: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, Reviewed by Erna Berndt Kelley. John S. Miletich, ed. Hispanic Studies in Honor of Alan D. Deyermond: A North American Tribute.

Madison: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, Reviewed by John E. This bibliography has been compiled as a research aid for scholars interested, as is our working group, in assessing the state of Iberian/peninsular studies today, and in engaging in research across Iberian languages and literary-cultural traditions.

We will update it approximately once every six months. Please feel free to email suggested texts for the second. Get this from a library. Studies on the Cantigas de Santa Maria: art music, and poetry: proceedings of the International Symposium on the Cantigas de Santa Maria of Alfonso X, el Sabio () in commemoration of its th anniversary year (New York, November ).

[Israel J Katz; John Esten Keller; Samuel G Armistead; Joseph T Snow; Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies.;]. Inanother such volume, "Hispanic Medieval Studies in Honor of Samuel G. Armistead," was published. Armistead joined the UC Davis faculty inafter having been a professor at the University of Pennsylvania for 12 years, and an associate professor at UCLA earlier in his career.

Newark-Delaware: Juan de la Cuesta, p. i /DEM, ((Fontefida en Francia en )).A: Hlspanic Medieval Studtes rn Honor of Samuel G Armistead. Madison: Hispanic. Works published by Samuel G. Armistead, alone or in collaboration with other colleagues about Spanish medieval literature (epic, chronicles, jarchas and primitive poetry, ballads) and its modern oral survivals, as well as on the pan-Hispanic ballad and pan-European, and on the language, culture and literature of Sephardic Jews and other.

A venerable assemblage of scholars illuminates the folklore of the medieval world and the generations that invented and sustained it. The contributors: Ulrich Marzolph -- Arab-Islamic Thomas A. DuBois -- Baltic John McNamara & Carl Lindahl -- English Thomas A.

DuBois -- Finno-Ugric Francesca Canadé Sautman -- French Samuel G. Armistead -- Hispanic5/5(1). Paul Bénichou, Fontefrida en Francia en el año ," in Hispanic Medieval Studies in Honor of Samuel G. Armistead (Madison, Wisconsin: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, ).

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“Scholastic Philosophy and the Art of the Cantigas.” Studies on the Cantigas de Santa María. Ed. Israel J. Katz and John E. Keller. Madison: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies,   Eventually, as Hispanic studies became more and more a reflection of increasing US interest in Latin America, medieval Spanish studies became less a sector of Romance Philology or of Western European philology in general and more the back story to the current drama of the Latin American Boom novel, the literature of the Mexican Revolution, and.

Wacks, David A. “Is Spain’s Hebrew Literature ‘Spanish?’” In Spain’s Multicultural Legacies: Studies in Honor of Samuel G. Armistead, edited by Adrienne Martin and Cristina Martínez-Carazo, – Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs.