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José de Cañizares. Las amazonas de España. La hazaña mayor de Alcides. Estudio y edición

Ignacio López Alemany, Associate Professor of Spanish

En el presente libro se pueden encontrar editadas por primera vez las “comedias con música” de Las amazonas de España (1720) y La […]


Ilusión áulica e imaginación caballeresca en El Cortesano de Luis Milán

Ignacio López Alemany, Associate Professor of Spanish

In 1526 Emperor Charles V arranged the wedding of Ferdinand of Aragon, the dethroned heir of Naples, to Germana de […]


Signs of Power in Habsburg Spain and the New World

Jason McCloskey & Ignacio López Alemany, eds.

Signs of Power in Habsburg Spain and the New World explores the representation of political, economic, military, religious, and juridical power […]


Community Service-Learning for Spanish Heritage Speakers

Kelly Pereira, Associate Professor of Spanish

This book proposes community service-learning as a critical pedagogy that connects learners and communities to address key challenges in heritage […]


Gaston Bachelard, Atomistic Intuitions (Translation and Introduction)

Roch Smith, Professor Emeritus of French

An English translation of the French philosopher’s sixth book, in which he seeks to develop a metaphysical context for modern […]


Understanding Alain Robbe-Grillet

Roch Smith, Professor Emeritus of French

A guide for the adventurous reader to Robbe-Grillet’s labyrinthine and playful world of novels, short stories, and autobiographies. Emerging early […]


Advances in Spanish as a Heritage Language

Kelly Pereira, Associate Professor of Spanish

Bringing together contributions from some of the leading experts in the field of Spanish as a Heritage Language, this volume […]


Gendered Frames, Embodied Cameras: Varda, Akerman, Cabrera, Calle, and Maïwenn

Cybelle McFadden, Associate Professor of French

The first book to link these five filmmakers together through an analysis of the relationship between filming one’s own body […]


Time Pieces

Mark Smith-Soto, Professor Emeritus of Spanish

Mark Smith-Soto’s poetry merges cultures and familial memory with an aesthetic clarity and wisdom that I admire greatly as a […]


The Danse Macabre: Printed by Guyot Marchant, 1485

tr. David Fein, Professor Emeritus of French

Although one of the earliest visual representations of the danse macabre was destroyed over three centuries ago, a successful printer, […]