CURRICULUM VITA

Frederick A. de Armas

 

 

I. ADDRESS

Frederick A. de Armas

Address: Department of Romance Languages and Literatures,

The University of Chicago, 1050 E. 59th St.,

Chicago IL 60637

Phone: (773) 702-8481. Fax: (773) 834-1095

E-mail: fdearmas@uchicago.edu

II. EDUCATION

Stetson University: B.A., magna cum laude (1965)

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Ph.D. in Comparative Literature (1969)

III. FACULTY APPOINTMENTS

Assistant Professor (1968-73): Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge

Associate Professor (1973-78): Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge

Professor (1978-88): Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature (1988-91): Pennsylvania State University, University Park Fellow of the Institute for the Arts and Humanistic Studies (1989-2000): Pennsylvania State University, University Park

Distinguished Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature (1991-98) Pennsylvania State University, University Park

Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature (1998 -2000) Pennsylvania State University, University Park

Professor of Romance Languages (2000 - 2001) University of Chicago Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities (2001 - )University of Chicago

Visiting Appointments

Visiting Associate Professor (Summer 1977): University of Missouri, Columbia

Visiting Professor (Fall, 1986): University of Missouri, Columbia

Visiting Professor of Spanish (Spring, 1994): Duke University

 

Teaching Experience

At the undergraduate level, have taught: Elementary and Intermediate Spanish; Conversation, Readings in Spanish Literature; Survey of Spanish Literature; Advanced Stylistics; Advanced Grammar and Composition; Senior Honors Seminar on Myths of Invisibility in Literature; Don Quixote, Spanish Prose of the Golden Age; Theater of the Golden Age; and Spanish Poetry of the Golden Age.

Have taught graduate seminars on: Cervantes, Lope de Vega and his Contemporaries, Calderón de la Barca and his Contemporaries, Tirso de Molina, Prose of the Golden Age, Pastoral romances, Picaresque novel, the Occult Sciences in Golden Age Theater, Myth and the comedia, Theater and Theory in the Golden Age, etc.

Have team-taught a multi-disciplinary, multi-university (Florida State, Penn State U.) course entitled "Dangerous Liaisons: Prose Fiction and the Visual Arts (Cervantes, Laclos and Vargas Llosa)" for seniors and graduate students during the Spring of 1999.

Have conducted the LSU summer program to Spain in 1970, and to Mexico in 1972.

 

 

IV. ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

Head, Spanish - Portuguese Section, LSU (1978-1980, 1987-1988)

Acting Chairman, Department of Foreign Languages, LSU (1979-1980)

Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, LSU (1980-1985).

 

V. THESES/DISSERTATIONS DIRECTED

A. M.A.'s Directed:

Martha Reeves Hall (1979), Laura L. Spurrier (1986), Hsiangnai Wang (1986), Carmelo Esterrich (1989), Lyvia Enid Valentín Rodríguez (1990), Carrie A. Prettiman (1990), Paula Dawn Straile (1993), Christina Pilar Sparks (1994), Brian N. Stiegler (1994), Ariadna García (1995), Stacie Harrington (1997) Margie Law (1997), Margaret Marek (1997), Miriam Ojeda (1997), Paul Carranza (1998), Jennifer Rains (1999) Antonio Sánchez Jiménez (1999).

B. Ph. D. Dissertations Directed:

1. Marcel Andrade, "Una nueva edición de El subtil cordovés Pedro de Urdemalas de Salas Barbadillo, que incluye la comedia El gallardo Escarramán," (LSU, 1970)

2. Samuel Carl King, "Love as a Theme in the Theater of Juan Ruiz de Alarcón." (LSU, 1971)

3. Mary G. Hauer, "Luis Vélez de Guevara: A Critical Bibliography." (LSU, 1971)

4. Antonio González, "Análisis e interpretación de Don Juan de Castro de Lope de Vega." (LSU, 1976)

5. Katherine King, "Boisrobert's Nouvelles heroiques et amoureuses and the Histoire Indienne: His Prose Adaptations from the Spanish." (LSU, 1979)

6. Carolyn Nadeau, "Women of the Prologue: Writing the Female in Don Quijote, I." (Penn State, 1994)

7. Christopher Weimer, "Politics and Sacrificial Victimage in Tirso de Molina's Theater." (Penn State, 1994)

8. Rogelio Miñana, "El concepto de verosimilitud: Cervantes y la novela corta del Siglo de Oro." (Penn State, 1999)

9. Peter Thompson, "Juan Rana's Amphibious/Amphibiologic Buffoonery: Queer Acting in Golden Age Theater." (Penn State, 1999)

10. Flor María Pagán, "Cervantes. Dos suicidios -- heróico y pastoril -- y una 'Canción desesperada.'" (Penn State,1999)

 

 

 

C. Dissertations in Progress:

 

11. Julio González Ruiz, "Forbidden Friendships in the Theater of Lope de Vega."

12. Julio Vélez, "The Spanish Parnassus: Fame, Patronage and Propaganda in 17th Century Spain."

13. Margaret Marek, "Love Sickness and Memory in the Spanish Pastoral Romances."

14. Amy Barber, "Validating the Marginal: Character and Closure in Ruiz de Alarcón's Theater."

15. Amanda Meixell, "Manifestations of Merlin in Spain’s Golden Age Theater: Wizard or Buffoon?

16. Deborah Skolnik, "Family Ties: Defining the Converso in the Spanish Picaresque Novel."

 

VI. GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

A. Internal Grants

Research Council Grant, Louisiana State University (summer 1971)

Research Council Grant, Louisiana State University (summer 1974)

Research Council Grant, Louisiana State University (summer 1981)

Grants Awarded to Co-Direct Summer Institute on "The Poet in an Age of Imperial Culture: Careers in Early Modern Europe" during the summer of 1998

    1. College of Liberal Arts Grant ($3,500)
    2. Institute for the Arts and Humanistic Studies Grant ($9,000)
    3. Program Innovation Fund Grant from Continuing and Distance Education ($4,000)
    4. Research and Graduate Studies Office Grant ($7,500)
    5. Summer Sessions Grant ($4,000)

Grants Awarded to teach a multi-disciplinary, multi-university course in the Spring of 1999:

(1) Institute for the Arts and Humanistic Studies ($2000)

(2) Arts and Architecture ($2000)

(3) Liberal Arts ($2000)

(4) Graduate School ($3000)

B. External Grants

Carnegie Fellowship, University of North Carolina(1965-68)

National Endowment for the Humanities Stipend (summer 1979)

National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship in residence at the Newberry Library (July-December, 1985).

National Endowment for the Humanities stipend, Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies Summer Institute in the Spanish Archival Sciences (1989)

Program for Cultural Cooperation Between Spain's Ministry of Culture and United States' Universities, grant for an International Symposium on La estrella de Sevilla (1992)

National Endowment for the Humanities grant to direct an Institute for College and University Faculty entitled "A Star-Crossed Golden Age: Myth and the Spanish Comedia" at Penn State June 13-July 15, 1994

National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship (1995)

Audrey Lumsden-Kouvel Fellowship in Renaissance Studies, The Newberry Library (1995)

 

VII. HONORS AND AWARDS

Faculty Service Award (LSU, 1979)

Hispanic Society of America (Corresponding Member, 1981- )

Fellow, Institute for the Arts & Humanistic Studies, Penn State (1989-2000)

Incomplete List of Excellent Honors Instructors (1991,1992)

Phi Beta Kappa (Alumni Member)

 

VIII.BIOGRAPHICAL LISTINGS

Contemporary Authors, Vol. 40

Directory of American Scholars

Who's Who in America

International Who's Who

 

IX. EDITORIAL DUTIES:

General Editor and Co-founder, Penn State Studies in Romance Literatures (1991- 2001)

Guest Editor, Issue on the Occult Arts in the Golden Age, Critica Hispánica 15 (1993)

Associate Editor, Purdue Studies in Romance Literatures (1991- )

Associate Editor, South Central Review (1987-1989).

Associate Editor, Comparative Literature Studies, (1989-2000).

Associate Editor, Romance Languages Annual (1989)

Associate Editor, Hispania (1993-95)

Editorial Advisory Board, Proceedings of the Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures (1981-1987).

Editorial Advisory Board, Bulletin of the Comediantes,(1981- ).

Editorial Board, Comparative Literature Studies (1988)

Editorial Board, Cuaderno Internacional de Estudios Hispánicos y Lingüística (1999- )

Editorial Board, Crítica Hispánica (1994- )

Editorial Committee, Hispanófila (1981-88).

Editorial Board, Hispanófila (2001- ).

Editorial Board, Journal of Interdisciplinary Literary Studies (1993- )

Editorial Board, Laberinto: An Electronic Journal of Early Modern Hispanic Literatures (1996- )

Editorial Board, MIFLC Review (1991- )

Editorial Board, Nuestra Voz (1990- )

Editorial Advisory Committee PMLA (1985-89).

Advisory Board, Studia Hispanica Californiana (2000- )

Have served as "Consultant reader" for: The Afro-Hispanic Review. Cahiers du dix-septième, Philosophy and Rhetoric, PMLA, Renaissance and Reformation and Rennaissance Quarterly.

 

Have served as reader of manuscripts for: Cambridge University Press, Ohio State University Press, Penn State Press, Princeton University Press, Purdue University Press, University of Arizona Press, University of Missouri Press, University of Minnesota Press, University of North Carolina Press, University Press of Kentucky, Texas Tech Press, Trinity University Press.

 

 

X. OFFICES HELD:

A. Major appointments:

Executive Committee, South Central Renaissance Conference (1974-75)

Program Committee, South Central Renaissance Conference(1974-75)

Executive Committee, Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century Spanish Drama Division, MLA (1977-81)

Secretary, Executive Committee, Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century Spanish Drama Division, MLA (1979)

Chair, Executive Committee, Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century Spanish Drama Division, MLA (1980)

Co-founder and Program Chairman, I Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures (1980)

Program Committee, Louisiana Conference (1980-89)

Executive Committee, Cervantes Society of America (1988-90)

Organizer, International Symposium on Calderón's La vida es sueño. Penn State (1990)

Executive Committee, Golden Age Drama Symposium, University of Texas, El Paso (1991-5)

Organizer, International Symposium on La estrella de Sevilla, Penn State (1992)

Executive Committee, Romance Literary Relations, MLA (1992-97)

Board of Directors, Association for Hispanic Classical Theater (1992-95)

Director, NEH Summer Institute for College and University Teachers: "A Star-Crossed Golden Age: Myth and the Spanish Comedia" (1994)

Executive Committee, Cervantes Society of America (1995- 97)

Co-Director (with Patrick Cheney), Summer Institute for College and University Teachers: "The Artists in an Age of Imperial Culture: Careers in the Early Modern Period" (1998)

 

B. Conference appointments:

Secretary, Spanish I section SCMLA (1973)

Chair, Spanish I section SCMLA (1974)

Co-Presidente, Sección sobre la comedia del siglo de oro

Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, Toronto (1977)

Secretary, Spanish I section, SAMLA (1980)

Chair, Golden Age Drama Section, II Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literature (1981)

Chair, Spanish IV Section, MIFLC (1980)

Chair, Spanish I Section SAMLA (1981)

Chair, Special Session: "The Meaning of the Occult in Golden Age Drama" MLA (1981)

Section Chair, Conference on Calderón, University of Nebraska (1981)

Chair, Golden Age Drama Section, III Louisiana Conference (1982)

Nominating Committee, Spanish I Section, SAMLA (1982-1984)

Section Chair, Southeast Conference on Romance Languages and Literature (1983)

Section Chair, "The Peregrinatio Motif in the Baroque and Neo-Baroque," MIFLC (1985)

Chair, Special Session: "The Spanish Comedia in its Modern Context" MLA (1985)

Chair, "Literature and Consciousness" Session, Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures (1987)

Chair, Golden Age Drama Session, Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, (1987)

Chair, Special Session: "The Late Plays: Calderón and Shakespeare," MLA (1987)

Chair, Session on Calderón, Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures (1988)

Organizer and Chair, Session on Garcilaso, Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures (1989)

Secretary, Golden Age Section, NEMLA (1989)

Organizer and Chair, "Women's Voices in the Comedia," Purdue University Conference on Romance Languages (1989)

Organizer and Chair, "The Fashioning of Garcilaso" MLA (1989)

Organizer Session on La Estrella de Sevilla, and chair, session on Golden Age Poetry, Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures (1990)

Chair, Golden Age Session, NEMLA (1990)

Organizer and Chair, "Occult and Fantastic Elements in Golden Age Literature" Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts (1991)

Organizer, "Writing in the Comedia," Kentucky Language Conference (1991)

Organizer and Chair, Session on Golden Age Poetry, Cincinnati Conference (1991)

Organizer and Chair, Session on "Fantastic and Occult Elements in Spanish Literature," Purdue University Conference on Romance Languages (1991)

Co-Presidente "Encuentro de Investigadores: Siglo de Oro" XI Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas (1992)

Organizer and Chair, Session on "Myth and Narrative," Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures (1993)

Organizer and Chair, Session on "Cervantes' Theater," Golden Age Drama Symposium, El Paso (1993)

Organizer and Chair, Session on "Minor Dramatists," Golden Age Drama Symposium, El Paso (1993)

Organizer, Session on "Desire in the Comedia," Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures (1994)

Organizer, Session on La Numancia, Golden Age Drama Symposium, El Paso (1994)

Organizer and Chair, Session on "Cortés and Pizarro: Figures of Conquest," XX Annual Hispanic Literatures Conference, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (1994)

Organizer and Chair, Session on "Romance Literary Relations," MLA, San Diego (1994)

Organizer and Chair, Session on "Myth and the comedia," Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures, New Orleans (1995)

Chair, Session on "Renaissance - Golden Age Prose and Poetry," Kentucky Foreign Language Conference (1996)

Organizer and Chair, Session on "The Comedia and the Visual Arts," Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference, Wilmington (1996)

Organizer and Chair, Session "Tirso de Molina, Spanish Drama and the Early Modern European Stage: Ideology and Intertextuality" for the MLA, Washington (1996)

Organizer, Session on "Myth and the Comedia," Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures, New Orleans (1997)

Organizer and Chair, Session on "Critical Approaches to the Comedia" Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures, New Orleans (1997)

Organizer and Chair, Two session on "Contemporary-Golden Age Connections," Entre Actos: Diálogos sobre teatro español entre siglos. Symposium sponsored by Estreno. Pennsylvania State University (1997)

Chair, Session on "Body Parts: Female Representation and Authorial Control in Golden Age Comedias". Symposium on Golden Age Theater, El Paso (1998)

Organizer and Chair, "Mythic Worlds: Andean and Amazonian Poetic Lore," International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Fort Lauderdale (1998)

Organizer, Sessions on Golden Age Literature (I-IV), American Assoc. of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Madrid (1998)

Organizer and Chair "Eros and Power in the Golden Age," Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures, New Orleans (1999)

Panel discussion following performance of Calderón's Life's a Dream. Court Theater. University of Chicago (1999)

Organizer and Chair "Eros in the Comedia" Golden Age Drama Symposium, El Paso (2000)

Moderador, "Sesion plenaria sobre La vida es sueño," Jornadas de Teatro Clásico, Univ. Autónoma de Juárez, Juárez, Mexico (2000)

Chair, Session: "Mitología y memoria en el Quijote," MLA,Washington DC (2000)

Chair, Session: "Acts of Reading and Print Culture in Early Modern Spain, MLA, Washington DC (2000)

Organizer and Chair: "Cervantes and the Visual Arts," Renaissance Society of America Conference, Chicago (2001)

Organizer: "The Spanish Comedia and the Visual Arts," Renaissance Society of America Conference, Chicago (2001)

Organizer: "Pictorial Writing in Early Modern Spain," Renaissance Society of America Conference, Chicago (2001)

Chair, Session 11, Xe Symposium International d’Etudes Morisques, Fondation Temimi, Zaghouan, Tunisia (2001).

Chair, Baroque Session, Conference on Baroque and Neo-Baroque, University of Chicago (2001)

Chair, Session "Nefarious Acts in the Spanish Comedia" MLA, New Orleans (2001)

C. Outside Evaluator for Tenure/Promotion

Bates College, Brandeis University, Brigham Young University, Bryn Mawr College, Bucknell University, University of California (Berkeley), University of California (Davis) University of California (Riverside), University of California (Santa Barbara), Cambridge University, Colgate University, Univ. of Colorado, Columbia University, Cornell University, Duke University, Emory University, Florida International University, Haverford College, Fort Hays State University, Georgetown University, University of Georgia, University of Houston, Indiana University, University of Maine (Orono), University of Missouri (Columbia), Univ. of Missouri (Kansas City), University of New Mexico, University of North Carolina, University of Northern Illinois, University of Oklahoma, University of Ottawa, University of Pennsylvania, Portland State University, Princeton University, Purdue University, Randolph-Macon College, University of Southern California, Stanford University, University of Texas (Austin), University of Texas (San Antonio), Texas A & M University, University of Toronto, Trinity University, Tulane University, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest University, Washington University, Widener University, University of Wisconsin

 

D. Outside Reviewer for M.A. and Ph.D Programs

    1. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill: Review of B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. programs in Romance Languages and Literatures. (1999)
    2. University of California, Santa Barbara: Review of Summer M.A. Program in Spanish (2000)

 

 

XI. PUBLICATIONS

Books:

 

1. The Four Interpolated Stories in the 'Roman Comique': Their Sources and Unifying Function. University of North Carolina Studies in the Romance Languages and Literatures, No. 100 (Chapel Hill, 1971).

Reviewed in: Studi Francesi, 44 (1971), 541-542.

Modern Language Journal, 57 (1973), 51-52

 

2. Paul Scarron. Twayne's World Authors Series, No. 194 (New York, 1972).

Reviewed in: Studi Francesi, 50 (1973), 345.

XVIIme Siécle, 102-103 (1974), 84-85.

French Review, 48 (1974), 822-823.

Forum for Modern Language Studies 10 (1974), 175.

3. The Invisible Mistress. Aspects of Feminism and Fantasy in the Spanish Golden Age. Biblioteca Siglo de Oro, No. 2 (Charlottesville, 1976).

Reviewed in: Hispania, 61 (1978), 176-177.

Modern Language Review, 73 (1978) 672-675.

Renaissance Quarterly, 31 (1978) 216-218.

Journal of Hispanic Philology, 2 (1978), 142-143.

Bulletin of the Comediantes, 30 (1978), 132-134.

Revue de Littérature Comparée 53 (1979), 125-126.

Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, 14 (1980), 157-160.

Hispanófila, 25 (1982), 96-99.

 

4. The Return of Astraea: An Astral-Imperial Myth in Calderón (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1986).

Reviewed in: Journal of Hispanic Philology, 11 (1986), 88-91.

Choice, 24, (1987), 888.

Virginia Quarterly Review, 63 (1987), 50.

South Central Review, 4 (1987), 103-4.

South Atlantic Review, 52 (1987), 107-10.

Gestos, 2 (1987), 157-8.

Renaissance Quarterly, 40 (1987), 563-65.

Hispania, 70 (1987), 798-99.

Comparative Drama, 21 (1987-88), 390-92.

Bulletin of the Comediantes, 39 (1987), 289-91.

Il Confronto Letterario, 4 (1987), 483-88.

Hispanic Review, 56 (1988), 265-67

Comparative Literature Studies, 26 (1989), 74-5.

Cauda Pavonis, 8 (1989), 10-11.

Mid-America Folkore, 17 (1989)

Seventeenth Century News, 47 (1989), 50-51.

Revue Belge de Philologie et d'histoire, 68 (1990), 763-4.

Letras 23-4 (1990-91), 104.

Revue de littérature comparée, (1991), 108-9.

 

5. Cervantes, Raphael and the Classics (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press: 1998)

Reviewed in: Choice 36 (1998), 321-22.

Hispania 82 (1999), 485-86.

Comparative Literature Studies 36 (1999), 264-66.

Cervantes (1999), 185-89.

South Atlantic Review 64 (1999): 144-45.

Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 34 (2000): 197-99.

Forum for Modern Language Studies 36.4 (2000)

Hispanic Review (in press)

 

Edited Books:

 

1. Luis de Belmonte Bermúdez, El sastre del Campillo. Colección Siglo de Oro, No. 3 (Chapel Hill, 1975).

Reviewed in: Journal of Hispanic Philology, (1977), 162-163.

 

2. Critical Perspectives on Calderón de la Barca (Lincoln, Nebraska: SSSAS, 1981). [Co-edited with David M. Gitlitz and José Antonio Madrigal]

Reviewed in: Journal of Hispanic Philology, 6 (1982), 252-254.

Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 60 (1983), 69-70.

Hispania, 66 (1983), 295-296.

Bulletin Hispanique 86 (1984), 215-219.

 

3. The Prince in the Tower: Perceptions of "La vida es sueño" (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1993)

Reviewed in: Gestos 18 (1994), 178-82.

Hispania 77 (1994), 807-8.

Bulletin of the Comediantes 46 (1994), 127-29.

MLN (1995), 440-42.

 

4. Heavenly Bodies: The Realms of "La estrella de Sevilla" (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1996)

Reviewed in: Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 31 (1997), 355-57.

South Atlantic Review 62 (1997), 134-36.

Bulletin of the Comediantes 49 (1997), 384-86.

Renaissance Quarterly 51 (1998), 981-82

Gestos 14 (1999), 179-82.

Hispanófila 126 (1999), 103-107.

Romanische Forschungen 112 (2000), 129-30.

 

5. A Star-Crossed Golden Age: Myth and the Spanish Comedia (Lewisburg: Bucknelll University Press: 1998)

Reviewed in: Renaissance Quarterly 51 (1999), 1409.

Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 33.3 (1999): 587-88.

Bulletin of the Comediantes 51 (1999): 105-8.

Modern Language Review 95.1 (2000): 238-39.

Comparative Literature Studies 37.1 (2000): 73-77.

Romanische Forschungen 112.4 (2000): 579-80.

Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (Liverpool) 77 (2000): 300-301

Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (Glasgow) 78 (2001): 379-80.

 

6. European Literary Careers: Classical, Medieval, Renaissance

(Toronto: University of Toronto Press, accepted) [Co- edited with Patrick Cheney]

 

7. Writing for the Eyes: Word and Image in Early Modern Spain

(Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press -- in progress)

 

 

Book Projects:

  1. Quixotic Frescoes: Cervantes and Italian Renaissance Art
  2. A Spanish Ganymede: Eros and Empire 1600-1640.

Journals:

1. Critica Hispánica 15 (1993). Issue Entitled: The Occult Arts in the Golden Age. Edited, with an Introduction. Vol. 15 (1993).

Articles:

1. "Céspedes y Meneses and Calderón's La dama duende," Romance Notes, 11 (1970), 599-603.

2. "The Guest of Stone and the Cid: Some Parallels," Romance Notes, 12 (1971), 381-386.

3. La lealtad en El sastre del Campillo," Hispanófila, 43 (1971), 9-16.

4. "The Demoniacal in La Celestina," South Atlantic Bulletin, 36 (1971), 10-13.

5. "Some Observations on Lope's La viuda valenciana," Bulletin of the Comediantes, 25 (1973), 3-5.

6. "Antoine le Metel Sieur D'Ouville: The Lost Years," Romance Notes, 14 (1973), 538-543.

7. "The Invisible Mistress Plot in Seventeenth-Century French Literature," in Papers on Romance Literary Relations, Martha O'Nan, ed. (Brockport: 1973),1-14.

8. "Classical Tragedy and Cervantes' La Numancia," Neophilologus, 58 1974), 34-40.

9. "Algunas observaciones sobre La cárcel de amor," Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, 8 (1974), 393-412.

10. "La Celestina: An Example of Love Melancholy," Romanic Review, 66 (1975), 288-295.

11. "Passion, Treason and Blindness in Lope de Vega's Las paces delos reyes," Studies in the Spanish Golden Age: Cervantes and Lope de Vega, Dana B. Drake and José A. Madrigal, Eds. (Miami: Ediciones Universal, 1978), 65-75.

12. "Las tres Dianas de Montemayor," Linguística y educaciónActas del IV Congreso Internacional de la ALFAL (Lima, Peru, 1978), 186-194.

13. "Titian and Lope de Vega," Comparative Literature, 30 (1978), 338-352.

14. "Lope de Vega y Carpentier," Actas del Simposio Internacional de Estudios Hispánicos, Matyas Horanyi, ed. (Budapest, Hungary, 1978), 363-373.

15. "La figura del niño rey en La prudencia en la mujer," Bulletin Hispanique, 80 (1978), 175-189.

16. "The Apples of Colchis: Key to an Interpretation of La Estrella de Sevilla," Forum for Modern Language Studies, 15 (1979), 1-13.

17. "The Flowering Almond Tree: Examples of Tragic Foreshadowing in Golden Age Drama," Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, 14 (1980), 117-134.

18. "The Hunter and the Twins: Astrological Imagery La Estrella de Sevilla," Bulletin of the Comediantes, 32 (1980), 11-20.

19. "Italian Canvases in Lope de Vega's Comedias: The Case of Venus and Adonis," Crítica Hispánica 2 (1980), 135-142.

20. "Metamorphosis as Revolt: Cervantes' Persiles y Sigismunda and Carpentier's El reino de este mundo," Hispanic Review 48 (1981), 297-312.

21. "Pintura y poesía: la presencia de Apeles en el teatro de Lope de Vega," Lope de Vega y los orígenes del teatro español, Manuel Criado de Val, ed (Madrid: Edi-6, 1981), 719-732.

22. "Los excesos de Venus y Marte en El gallardo español," Cervantes. Su obra y su mundo, Manuel Criado de Val, ed. (Madrid: Edi-6, 1981), 249-259.

23. "The Saturn Factor: Examples of Astrological Imagery in Lope de Vega's Work," in Studies in Honor of Everett W. Hesse, William McCrary and José Antonio Madrigal, eds. (Lincoln, Nebraska: SSSAS, 1981), 63-80.

24. "Metamorphosis in Calderón's El mayor encanto, amor," Romance Notes 22 (1981), 208-212.

25. "The Return of Astraea: An Astral-Imperial Myth in Calderón's Lavida es sueño" Calderón de la Barca at the Tercentenary: Comparative Views (Lubbock: Texas Tech Press, 1982), 135-159.

26. "Lope de Vega and Michelangelo," Hispania 65 (1982), 172-179.

27. "The Four Elements: Key to an Interpretation of Villamediana's Sonnets" The Hispanic Journal 3 (1982), 61-79.

28. "The Serpent Star: Dream and Horoscope in Calderón's La vida es sueño" Forum for Modern Language Studies, 19 (1983), 208-223.

29. "The Dragon's Gold: Calderón and Boisrobert's La vie n'est q'un songe," Kentucky Romance Quarterly, 30 (1983), 335-348.

30. "Lope de Vega and the Hermetic Tradition: The Case of Dadanio in La Arcadia," Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos, 7(1983), 345-362.

31. "Villamediana's La gloria de Niquea: An Alchemical Masque," Journal of Hispanic Philology 8 (1984), 209-231.

32. "Caves of Fame and Wisdom in the Spanish Pastoral Novel," Studies in Philology, 82 (1985), 332-358.

33. "Lope de Vega's La quinta de Florencia: An Example of Iconic Role-Playing," Hispanófila, 84 (1985), 31-42.

34. "Callisto's Saturnine Star: Astrological Imagery in Lope de Vega's La difunta pleitiada." Studies in Honor of William C. McCrary (Lincoln, Nebraska: SSSAS, 1986), 115-136.

35. "Los 'naturales secretos' del almendro en el teatro de Calderón," Actas del VIII Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas (Madrid: Istmo, 1986), 447-458.

36. "El planeta más impío: Basilio's Role in La vida es sueño," Modern Language Review, 81 (1986), 900-911.

37. "The Apocalyptic Vision in La vida es sueño: Calderón and Edward Fitzgerald." Comparative Literature Studies, 23 (1986), 119-140.

38. "The Betrayal of a Mystery: Botticelli and Calderón's Apolo y Climene," Romanische Forschungen, 98 (1986), 304-323.

39. "The Four Elemental Jewels in Calderón's A secreto agravio, secreta venganza," Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 64 (1987), 65-75.

40. "Rosaura Subdued: Victorian Views of Calderón's La vida es sueño." South Central Review, 4 (1987), 43-62.

41. "The Threat of Long-Haired Stars:  Comets in Lope de Vega's El maestro de danzar," Bulletin of the Comediantes, 39 (1987), 21-36.

42. "Icons of Saturn: Astrologer-Kings in Calderón's Comedias," Forum for Modern Languages Studies, 23 (1987), 117-130.

43. "El desplazamiento de los astros en Antes que todo es mi dama," Cuadernos de teatro clásico, 1 (1988), 161-69.

44. "Poison in a Golden Cup: A Senecan Image in Claramonte's Comedias," Crítica Hispánica, 10 (1988), 3-19.

45. "But Not for Love: Lope's El ganso de oro and As you Like It." In Comedias del Siglo de Oro and Shakespeare. Ed. Susan L. Fischer. Bucknell Review, 33 (1989), 35-49.

46. "Diomedes' Horses: Mythical Reversal in Claramonte's Desta agua no beberé," Gestos 7 (1989), 47-63.

47. "En Madrid y en una casa: un palimpsesto de amantes invisibles," Actas del IX Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas Ed. Sebastian Neumeister. Frankfurt: Vervuert Verlag, 1989. Vol. 1, 341-51.

48. "Saturn and the Enchantress: Lope de Vega and Claramonte's La infelice Dorotea," Romance Languages Annual 1 (1990), 417-23.

49. "`A King is He . . .'": Seneca, Covarrubias and Claramonte's Desta agua no beberé," Neophilologus 74 (1990), 374-82.

50. "The Hippogryph as Vechicle: Layers of Myth in La vida es sueño," Homenaje Enrique Ruiz-Fornells. Eds. Juan Fernández Jiménez, José J. Labrador and L. Teresa Valdivieso (Erie, Pennsylvania: ALDEEU, 1990), 18-26.

51. "Astraea's Fall: Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus and Calderon's La vida es sueño," Parallel Lives: Spanish and English National Drama (1580-1680). Eds. Louise and Peter Fothergill-Payne. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1991, pp. 302-21.

52. "Fashioning a New World: Lope de Vega and Claramonte's El nuevo rey Gallinato," Critical Essays on the Literatures of Spain and Spanish American, Eds. Luis T. González del Valle and Julio Baena. Boulder: Society of Spanish and Spanish-American Studies, 1991, pp. 1-10.

53. "Invisibility and Interpolation: From Herodotus to Cervantes' Don Quixote," Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, 4 (1992): 8-28.

54. "Saturn in Conjunction: From Albumasar to Lope de Vega," in Saturn from Antiquity to the Renaissance, Ed. Massimo Ciavolella and Amilcare A. Ianucci. University of Toronto Italian Studies, Vol. 8 (Ottawa: Dovehouse, 1992), pp. 151-72.

55. "The King's Son and the Morning Dew: Alchemy in Calderon's La vida es sueño," Hispanic Review 60 (1992): 301-19.

56. "The Soundless Dance of the Passions: Boscán and Calderón's El pintor de su deshonra," Modern Language Review 87 (1992): 858-67.

57. "(Un)Earthly Treasures: Spirits as Wealth in Dineros son Calidad," Indiana Journal of Hispanic Literatures 1 (1992): 115-36.

58. "La estructura mítica de Los comendadores de Córdoba," Actas del X Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, ed. Antonio Vilanova (Barcelona: Promociones y Publicaciones Universitarias, 1992), Vol. 1, pp. 763-72.

59. "Mujer y mito en el teatro clásico español: La viuda valenciana y La dama duende," Lenguaje y textos 3 (1993): 57-72.

60. "Xerxes and Alexander: Dreams of America in Claramonte's El nuevo rey Gallinato," The Dream and the Text. Essays on Literature and Language Ed. Carol Schreier Rupprecht (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1993), pp. 265-83.

61. "`El más horrendo eclipse': la astrología en King Lear y La vida es sueño" in Vidas paralelas. El teatro español y el teatro isabelino 1580-1680, ed. Anita K. Stoll (London: Tamesis, 1993), pp. 89-100.

62. "'El sol sale a medianoche': amor y astrología en Las paredes oyen," Criticón 59 (1993): 119-26.

63. "Visiones del reino de Camboya en la literatura del Siglo de Oro: Claramonte y Cervantes," Actas del Tercer Congreso de la Asociación de Hispanistas de Asia (Tokyo: Asociación Asiática de Hispanistas, 1993), pp.525-32.

64. "A Banquet of the Senses: The Mythological Structure of Persiles y Sigismunda, III," Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 70 (1993): 403-14.

65. "Un nuevo Hércules y un nuevo Sol: la presencia de Felipe IV en La estrella de Sevilla," in Lecturas y relecturas de textos españoles, latinoamericanos y US latino. Actas Irvine 92. Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, ed. Juan Villegas (Irvine: University of California 1994), Vol. 5, pp. 118-26.

66. "Balthasar's Doom: Letters that Heal/Kill in Claramonte's Comedias," in The Golden Age Comedia: Text, Theory, and Performance. Eds. Charles Ganelin and Howard Mancing (West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, 1994), pp. 58-75.

67. "Black Sun: Woman, Saturn and Melancholia in Claramonte's La estrella de Sevilla," Journal of Interdisciplinary Approaches to Literature 6 (1994): 19-36.

68. "Splitting Gemini: Plato, Girard and La estrella de Sevilla," Hispanófila 37 no. 111 (1994): 17-34.

69. "Achilles and Odysseus: An Epic Contest in Cervantes' La Numancia," Cervantes. Estudios cervantinos en el víspera de su centenrio. (Kassel: Editio Reichenberger, 1994), Vol. 2, pp. 357-70.

70. "Pursuing the Daughter of Time: Planetary Poisons in Claramonte's La infelice Dorotea," Texto y Espectáculo. Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Golden Age Theater Symposium, ed. José Luis Suárez García (York,South Carolina: Spanish Literature Publications Co., 1995), pp. 9-18.

71. "Evoking Apuleius' Mysteries: Myth and Witchcraft in Céspedes y Meneses' El soldado Píndaro," Studies in Honor of Donald W. Bleznick, eds. Delia L. Galván, Eric Pennington, Anita K. Stoll and Philippa Brown Yin(Newark, Delaware: Juan de la Cuesta, 1995), pp. 1-16.

72. "Gyges' Ring: Invisibility in Plato, Tolkien and Lope de Vega," Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 3 (1991; pub. 1995): 120-38.

73. "Paintings and Graffiti: (Sub)versions of History in Golden Age Theater (Notes on Cervantes and Claramonte)," Gestos 11 (1996): 83-101.

74. "The Necromancy of Imitation: Lucan and Cervantes' La Numancia," El arte nuevo de estudiar comedias: Literary Theory and Spanish Golden Age Drama, ed. Barbara Simerka (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1996), pp. 246-58.

75. "The Allure of the Oriental Other: Titian's Rossa Sultana and Lope de Vega's La Santa Liga," in Brave New Words: Studies in Spanish Golden Age Literature, eds. Edward H. Friedman and Catherine Larson (New Orleans: University Press of the South, 1996), pp. 191-208.

76. "The Burning at Ephesus: Cervantes and Ruiz de Alarcón's La verdad sospechosa," in Studies in Honor of Gilbert Paolini, ed. Mercedes Vidal Tibbits (Newark,Delaware: Juan de la Cuesta, 1996), pp. 41-56.

77. "The Art of Making Gods: Hermeticism and Spectacle in Calderón's La fiera, el rayo y la piedra," in Calderonian Stage: Body and Soul, ed. Manuel Delgado (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1997), pp. 45-54.

78. "The Silences of Myth: (Con)FusingEróstrato / Erasístrato in Lope's El castigo sin venganza," Hispanic Essays in Honor of Frank P. Casa, eds. A. Robert Lauer and Henry Sullivan. Ibérica vol. 20 (New York: Peter Lang, 1997), pp. 65-75.

79. "The Hippogryph Wars: Lope de Vega, Claramonte and Calderón," A Society on Stage. Essays on Spanish Golden Age Drama, eds. Edward H. Friedman, H. J. Manzari and Donald D. Miller. New Orleans: University Press of the South, 1998, pp. 45-58.

80. "Psyche's Fall and Magdalene's Cross: Myth and Hagiography in María de Zayas' Tarde llega el desengaño" Estudios en honor de Janet Pérez: El sujeto femenino en escritoras hispánicas, eds. Susana A. Cavallo, Oralia Preble-Niemi and Luis A. Jiménez. Potomac, Maryland: Scripta Humanistica, 1998, pp. 3-15.

81. "The Eloquence of Mercury and the Enchantments of Venus: Humanitas in Cervantes' Don Quijote, II.10" Laberinto: An Electronic Journal of Early Modern Hispanic Literatures 2 (1998): n.p.

82. "¿Es dama o es torbellino?': La dama duende en Francia de d'Ouville a Hauteroche," La comedia española y el teatro europeo del siglo XVII, eds. Henry W. Sullivan Raúl A. Galoppe and Mahlon Lee Stotuz. London: Tamesis, 1999, pp. 82-100.

83. "Mirrors and Matrilines: (In)visibilities in Ana Caro's El conde Partinuplés," Engendering the Early Modern Stage. Women Playwrights in the Spanish Empire, eds. Valerie Hegstrum and Amy R. Williamsen. New Orleans: University Press of the South, 1999, pp. 75-92.

84. "At War with Primavera: Botticelli and Calderón's El sitio de Bredá," Hispania 82 (1999): 436-47.

85. "The Maculate Moon: Galileo, Kepler and Pantaleón de Ribera's Vexamen de la Luna" Calíope 5 (1999): 59-72.

86. "Deflecting Desire: The Portrayal of Ganymede in Juan de Arguijo's Art and Poetry," Lesbianism and Homosexuality in Early Modern Spain, eds. María José Delgado and Alain Saint-Saens. New Orleans: University Press of the South, 2000, pp. 234-56.

87. "The Enchantments of Circe: Dosso Dossi, and Calderón's El mayor encanto, amor," Calderón. Protagonista eminente del barroco europeo. Ed. Kurt Reichenberger. Kassel: Editio Reichenberger, 2000, pp. 175-92.

88. "Painting Danaë, Diana, Europa and Venus: Titian and Argensola's A Nuño de Mendoza," Calíope 6 (2000): 181-98.

89. "Numancia as Ganymede: Conquest and Continence in Giulio Romano and Rojas Zorrrilla" Echoes and Inscriptions: Comparative Approaches to Early Modern Spanish Literature, eds. Barbara Simerka and Christopher Weimer. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2000, pp. 250-270.

90. "Tracking the Path of Transcendence in Lope de Vega's El ganso de oro," Modern Science and Vedic Science(2000).

91. "Ekphrasis and Eros in Cervantes' La Galatea: The Case of the Blushing Nymphs," Cervantes for the 21st Century. Studies in Honor of Edward Dudley, ed. Francisco LaRubia-Prado. Newark, Delaware: Juan de la Cuesta, 2001, pp. 33-48.

92. "De magnis coniunctionibus: Albumasar, Lope de Vega y Calderón," Mélanges Luce López-Baralt, ed. Abdeljelil Temimi. Zaghouan: Fondation Temimi pour la Recherche Scientifique et l’Information, 2001. Vol. 1, pp. 229-38.

93. "'The Play's the Thing': Clues to a Murder in Villamediana's La Gloria de Niquea," Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 78 (2001): 439-54.

94. "Segismundo/Philip IV: The Politics of Astrology in La vida es sueño," Bulletin of the Comediantes 53 (2001): 83-100.

95. "Painting Dulcinea: Italian Art and the Art of Memory in Cervantes’ Don Quijote," Yearbook for Comparative and General Literature 49 (2001):

96. "Oekoumene: La geografía híbrida de El nuevo rey Gallinato de Andrés de Claramonte" Teatro (2001).

97. "The Eloquence of Mercury and the Enchantments of Venus: Humanitas in Cervantes' Don Quijote, II.10."

98. In Humanism and the Humanities in the 21st Century. Ed. William S. Haney and Peter Malekin. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2001: 118-138. [reprint of #81]

99. "'¿Hay encina tan seca...?': árboles emblemáticos y genealógicos de Fuenteovejuna," Escritura, individuo y sociedad en España y las Américas. Homenaje a las Hermanas Luce López-Baralt y Mercedes López-Baralt (accepted)

100. "Cervantes and the Italian Renaissance," Cambridge Companion to Cervantes. Ed. Anthony J. Cascardi. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (accepted)

101. "Dreams, Voices, Signatures: Deciphering Woman's Desire in Angela de Azevedo's Dicha y desdicha del juego," Ito the Public Sphere: The Authoring of Feminine Identity in Spain's Golden Age, ed. Joan F. Cammarata (accepted)

102. "Cervantes and the Virgilian Wheel: The Portrayal of a Literary Career," Western Literary Careers: Classical, Medieval, Renaissance. Eds. Patrick Cheney and Frederick A. de Armas. Toronto: University of Toronto Press (accepted)

103. "Embracing Hercules / Enjoying Ganymede: The Homoerotics of Humanism in Góngora’s Soledad Primera" Calíope (accepted)

104. "De Tiziano a Rafael: pinturas y libros en La viuda valenciana de Lope de Vega," Actas del XIV Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas (submitted)

105. "(Mis)placing the Muse: Ekphrasis in Cervantes’s La Galatea VI" Paintings that Speak: Word and Image in Early Modern Spain. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press

Other Publications:

  1. "Ana Caro Mallén de Soto," in Women Writers of Spain: An Annotated Biobibliographical Guide,Carolyn L. Galerstein, ed.  (New York: Greenwood Press, 1986), 66-67.
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  3. "Preface" to Barbara Mujica, Iberian Pastoral Characters (Potomac, Maryland: Studia Humanistica, 1987)
  4. "Spanish Literature: Sentimental Romances," Dictionary of the Middle Ages, ed. Joseph R. Strayer (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1988), Vol. 11, 454-5.
  5. "José Echegaray," Premio Nóbel: once grandes escritores del mundo hispánico, ed. Barbara Mujica (Washington DC: Georgetown University Press, 1997), pp. 1-25.
  6. "Daniel L. Heiple, in memoriam," Bulletin of the Comediantes 51 (1999): 7-19.
  7. (with Christopher Weimer) "Daniel L. Heiple," Lesbianism and Homosexuality in Early Modern Spain. New Orleans: University Press of the South, 2000, pp. 217-18.
  8. "Ana Caro Mallén de Soto," Feminist Encyclopedia of Spanish Literature, eds. Janet Pérez and Maureen Ihrie (in press)
  9. "The Invisible Mistress," Feminist Encyclopedia of Spanish Literature, eds. Janet Pérez and Maureen Ihrie (in press)
  10. "Astrología," Guía de la Comedia, ed. Frank Casa (in press)
  11. "Esferas Celestiales," Guía de la Comedia, ed. Frank Casa (in press)

 

Reviews:

  1. Juan Bautista Avalle-Arce Ed., Miguel de Cervantes Los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda (Madrid, 1969). In Hispanófila, 46 (1973), 79-80.
  2. Doris L. Baum, Traditionalism in the works of Franciso de Quevdo y Villegas (Chapel Hill, 1971). In Hispanófila 48 (1973), 69-72.
  3. Homero Serís, Guía de nuevos temas de literatura española. Transcrita, editada y cotejada por D. W. McPheeters (New York,1973). In Hispanófila (1975), 103-104.
  4. R. O. Jones, ed., Studies in Spanish Literature of the Golden Age Presented to Edward M. Wilson (London, 1973). In Hispanófila, 55 (1975), 100-101.
  5. Donald McGrady, ed. Cristóbal de Tamariz, Novelas en verso (Charlottesville, Virginia 1974). In Journal of Hispanic Philology, 1 (1976), 72-73.
  6. Joaquín Artiles, El "Libro de Apolonio," poema español del siglo XIII (Madrid, 1976). In Hispania, 60 (1977), 592-593.
  7. George Camamis, Estudios sobre el cautiverio en el Siglo de Oro(Madrid, 1977). In Journal of Hispanic Philology, 3 (1978), 90-92.
  8. Bruno M. Damiani, Francisco Delicado (New York, 1974). In Hispanófila, 65 (1979), 113-114.
  9. Jose A. Madrigal, Bibliografía sobre el pundonor. Teatro del siglo de oro (Miami, 1977). In Crítica Hispánica, l(1979), 190-191.
  10. Agustin Redondo, ed., L'Humanisme dans les lettres espagnoles (Paris, 1979). In Journal of Hispanic Philology, 4 (1980), 178-180.
  11. Michael Bareau, ed., Carlos García, La oposición y conjunción de los dos grandes Luminares de la tierra o la antipatía de de Franceses y Españoles (Edmonton, Alberta,1979). In Yearbook for Comparative and General Literature 29 (1980), 38-39.
  12. Augusto A. Portuondo, Diez comedias atribuidas a Lope de Vega: Estudio de su autenticidad (Charlottesville, Virgina 1980). In Bulletin of the Comediantes 33 (1981), 169-170.
  13. Edith Randam Rogers. The Perilous Hunt. Symbols in Hispanic and European Balladry (Kentucky, 1980). In Crítica Hispánica, 5 (1983), 85-87.
  14. William R. Blue, The Development of Imagery in Calderón's Comedias(York, South Carolina, 1983). In Journal of Hispanic Philology, 8 (1983), 78-80.
  15. Daniel L. Heiple, Mechanical Imagery in Spanish Golden Age Poetry (Madrid, 1983). In South Central Review, 1 (1984), 84-87.
  16. Bruno M. Damiani, La Diana of Montemayor as Social and Religious Teaching (Lexington, Kentucky, 1983). In Hispania, 67 (1984),667-668.
  17. Miguel A. Avilés, Sueños ficticios y lucha ideológica en el Siglo de Oro (Madrid, 1981) in Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 20 (1986), 135-6.
  18. Anthony J. Cascardi, The Limits of illusion: A Critical Study of Calderón (Cambridge, 1984). In Hispanic Review 54 (1986), 342-3.
  19. Cristobal de Virués, La infelice Marcela, ed. John Weiger. Nueva Colección Siglo de Oro No. 3 (Valencia, 1985). In Critica Hispánica 8 (1986), 169-70.
  20. David H. Darst, ImitatioPolémicas sobre la imitación en el Siglo de Oro (Madrid, 1985).  In Journal of Hispanic Philology, 10 (1986), 189-91.
  21. T.E. May, Wit of the Golden Age: Articles on Spanish Literature (Kassel, 1986). In Hispanic Review, 55 (1987), 537-39.
  22. Francisco Ruiz Ramón, Calderón y la tragedia (Madrid: Alhambra, 1984) in Hispania, 71 (1988), 81-2.
  23. Susana Hernández-Araico, Ironía y tragedia en Calderón (Potomac, Maryland, 1986) in Gestos, 3 (1988), 158-9.
  24. B.W. Ife, Reading and Fiction in Golden Age Spain (Cambridge, 1985) in Hispania, 71 (1988), 292-3.
  25. Lope de Vega, Lo fingido verdadero. Acting is Believing, trans., Michael D. McGaha (San Antonio, 1986) in Bulletin of the Comediantes, 40 (1988), 123-4.
  26. Marcia L. Welles, Arachne's Tapestry: The Transformation of Myth in Seventeenth Century Spain (San Antonio, 1986). In Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 65 (1988), 304.
  27. Mary E. Barnard, The Myth of Apollo and Daphne from Ovid to Quevedo (Durham, 1987) in Comparative Literature Studies 25 (1988), 269-72.
  28. J.H. Elliott, The Count-Duke of Olivares. A Statesman in an Age of Decline (New Haven, 1986) in Hispania, 71 (1988), 547-48.
  29. Pedro Calderón de la Barca, Love is No Laughing Matter (No hay burlas con el amor). Trans. and ed. Don Cruikshank and Séan Page (Warminster, 1986). In Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 65 (1988), 411-12.
  30. Bruno Damiani, Moralidad y didactismo en el Siglo de Oro (Madrid, 1987). In Hispania, 72 (1989), 956-57.
  31. Lope de Vega, El anzuelo de Fenisa. Trans. David M. Gitlitz (San Antonio, 1988). In Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, 23 (1989), 127-28.
  32. Andrés de Claramonte, La infelice Dorotea. Ed. Charles Ganelin (London, 1987). In Crítica Hispánica 11 (1989), 115-17.
  33. Francisco Ruiz Ramón, Celebración y Catarsis (Murcia: 1988). In Hispania 73 (1990), 416-17.
  34. Lope de Vega, La noche de San Juan Ed. Anita Stoll (Kassel, 1988). In Cuadernos de ALDEEU 6 (1990), 114-16.
  35. Ann E. Wiltrout, A Patron and a Playwright in Renaissance Spain: The House of Feria and Diego Sánchez de Badajoz, (London, 1988). In Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 67 (1990), 419.
  36. Glen F. Dille, Antonio Enríquez Gómez, (Boston's 1988). In Hispania 74 (1991), 73-4.
  37. Javier Huerta Culvo, Harm den Boer and Fermín Sierra Martínez, eds. El teatro español a fines del siglo xvii (Amsterdam, 1989), 3 vols. In Hispania, 74 (1991), 308-10.
  38. Louise Fothergill-Payne, Seneca and Celestina (Cambridge, 1988). In Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 14 (1990). 628-31.
  39. William R. Blue, Comedia: Art and History (New York, 1989). In Hispanófila, 102 (1991), 81-83.
  40. Conde de Villamediana, Poesía impresa completa (Madrid, 1990). In Journal of Hispanic Philology 16 (1991), 78-80.
  41. Calderón de la Barca, Pedro. La fiera el rayo y la piedra. Ed. Aurora Egido Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 69 (1992), 199-200.
  42. Teresa Ferrer Valls, La práctiva escénica cortesana: de la época del emperador a la de Felipe III (London,1991); James A. Parr, After its Kind. Approaches to the Comedia (Kassel, 1991). In Hispania 76 (1993), 275-77.
  43. Cervantes' "Exemplary Novels" and the Adventure of Writing, eds. Michael Nerlich and Nicholas Spadaccini. Hispanic Issues, Vol. 6 (Minneapolis, 1989). In Cervantes 13 (1993), 127-29.
  44. Teresa Scott Soufas, Melancholy and the Secular Mind in Spanish Golden Age Literature (Columbia, 1990). In Comparative Literature Studies 30 (1993), 212-15.
  45. Margaret Rich Greer, The Play of Power: Mythological Court Dramas of Pedro Calderón de la Barca (Princeton, 1991). In Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 70 (1993), 467-68.
  46. Ann L. Mackenzie, La escuela de Calderón. Estudio e investigación (Liverpool, 1993). In Hispania 77 (1994), 61-63.
  47. Pedro Calderón de la Barca, The Painter of His Dishonour. Ed. and Trans. A. K. G. Paterson (Warminster, England, 1991). In Modern Language Review 89 (1994), 518-19.
  48. María Cristina Quintero, Poetry as Play:Gongorismo and the Comedia. Purdue University Monographs in Romance Languages, no. 38 (Amsterdam/Philadelphia: 1991). In Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 71 (1994), 265-66.
  49. Teresa Ferrer Valls, Nobleza y espectáculo teatral (1535-1662) (Sevilla and Valencia, 1993). In Hispanic Review 63 (1995): 217-19.
  50. Calderón de la Barca, La vida es sueño. Ed. Enrique Rull (Madrid, 1992). In Hispanic Review 63 (1995): 227-29.
  51. Carmen R. Rabell, Lope de Vega. El arte nuevo de hacer "novellas" (London, 1992); Carmen Hernández Valcárcel, Los cuentos en el teatro de Lope de Vega (Kassel,1992). In Crítica Hispánica 17 (1995): 142-45.
  52. J. M. Ruano de la Haza, La primera versión de "La vida es sueño" de Calderón (Liverpool, 1992). In Hispanófila 113 (1995): 86-88.
  53. Cynthia Leone Halpern, The Political Theater of Early Seventeenth-Century Spain, with Special Reference to Juan Ruiz de Alarcón (New York, 1993). In Hispanic Review 63 (1995): 463-65.
  54. Ignacio Navarrete, Orphans of Petrarch: Poetry and Theory in the Spanish Renaissance (Berkeley, 1994). In Yearbook of Comparative and General Literature 43 (1995): 157-59.
  55. Baltasar Fra Molinero, La imagen de los negros en el teatro del Siglo de Oro. (Madrid, 1995). In Afro-Hispanic Review 16 (1997): 53-54.
  56. Marina S. Brownlee and Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, eds. Cultural Authority in Golden Age Spain. (Baltimore and London, 1995). In Hispania 80 (1997): 295-96.
  57. Dorothy Sherman Severin, Witchcraft in Celestina. Papers of the Medieval Hispanic Research Seminar #1. (London, 1995). In Hispanic Review 65 (1997): 241-42.
  58. José María Ferri Coll, Las ciudades cantadas. El tema de las ruinas en la poesía española del Siglo de Oro. (Alicante, 1995). In Hispania 80 (1997): 786-87.
  59. Julio Baena, El círculo y la flecha: principio y fin, triunfo y fracaso del Persiles. Chapel Hill, 1996. In South Atlantic Review 62 (1997): 143-44.
  60. María Soledad Carrasco Urgoiti, El moro retador y el moro amigo (Estudio sobre fiestas y comedias de moros y cristianos). Granada, 1996. In Hispania 81 (1998): 310-12.
  61. Margit Frenk, Entre la voz y el silencio. Alcalá de Henares: Biblioteca de estudios cervantinos, 1997. In Hispanic Review (in press).
  62. Thomas Austin O'Connor, Love in the Corral. Conjugal Spirituality and Anti-Theatrical Polemic in Early Modern Spain. New York, 2000. In Hispania 84 (2001): 469-70.
  63. Melveena McKendrick, Playing the King. Lope de Vega and the Limits of Conformity. London: Tamesis, 2000. In Bulletin of the Comediantes (in press).

XII. ORAL PRESENTATIONS

IL = invited lecture

PL = plenary or keynote

PLS= plenary session

  1. "Classical Tragedy and Cervantes' La Numancia," SCMLA (1972)
  2. "The Invisible Mistress Plot in Seventeenth-Century French Literature," MLA (1972)
  3. "Temptation and Philocaption in La Celestina," MLA (1972)
  4. "La Celestina: An Example of Love Melancholy," South Central Renaissance Conference (1974)
  5. "The Invisible Mistress Plot in the Spanish comedia of the Golden Age," Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference (1975)
  6. "Las Tres Dianas de Montemayor," IV Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Linguística y Filología de la América Latina, Lima, Peru (1975)
  7. "Las tres Dianas de Montemayor," Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference (1975)
  8. "Titian and Lope de Vega," MLA (1975)
  9. "Lope de Vega y Carpentier," Simposio de Estudios Hispánicos, Budapest, Hungary (1976)
  10. "Some Observations on La Estrella de Sevilla," Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference (1976)
  11. "La figura del niño rey in La prudencia en la mujer," Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, Toronto (1977)
  12. "Lope de Vega's La quinta de Florencia: An Example of Iconic Metatheater," Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference (1977)
  13. "The Flowering Almond Tree: Examples of Tragic Foreshadowing in Golden Age Drama," SAMLA (1977)
  14. "Passion, Treason and Blindness in Lope's Las paces de los reyes," Philological Association of the Carolinas (1978)
  15. "La casa de los celos: Cervantes and Vélez de Guevara," Kentucky Language Conference (1978)
  16. "Los excesos de Venus y Marte en El gallardo español." I Congreso Internacional sobre Cervantes, Madrid, Spain (1978)
  17. "Lope de Vega's Portrayal of Michelangelo: An Artist Viewed in the Context of History," Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference (1978)
  18. "Metamorphosis as Revolt: Cervantes' Persiles y Sigismunda and Carpentier's El reino de este mundo," SAMLA (1978)
  19. "The Hunter and the Twins: Astrological Imagery in La estrella de Sevilla," SCMLA (1979)
  20. "Italian Canvases in Lope de Vega's Comedias: The Case of Venus and Adonis," International Comparative Literature Association, Innsbruck, Austria (1979)
  21. "Lope de Vega and the Hermetic Tradition: The Case of Dardanio in La Arcadia," SAMLA (1979)
  22. "The Saturn Factor: Examples of Astrological Imagery in Lope de Vega's Works," MLA (1979)
  23. "Pintura y poesía: la presencia de Apeles en el teatro de Lope de Vega," I Congreso Internacional sobre Lope de Vega, Madrid, Spain (1980)
  24. "The Process of Transmutation in Villamediana's La gloria de Niquea," Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference (1980)
  25. "The Four Elements: Key to an Interpretation of Villamediana's Sonnets," AATSP, San Juan, Puerto Rico (1980)
  26. "The Return of Astraea: An Astral-Imperial Myth in Calderón's La vida es sueño," Comparative Literature Symposium, Texas Tech (1981) IL
  27. "Calderón in Seventeenth Century France" Kentucky Language Conference (1981)
  28. "The Serpent Star: Dream and Horoscope in La vida es sueño" Conference on Calderón, University of Nebraska (1981) IL
  29. "Imperial Renovatio in Calderón's La gran Cenobia" Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference (1982)
  30. "Caves of Fame and Wisdom in the Spanish Pastoral Novel" SCMLA (1982)
  31. "The Imperial and Mystical Eagle in Calderón's La Vida es Sueño" Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Language and Literature (1983)
  32. "The Eagle's Flight: Segismundo's Rise to Power in La Vida es sueño" Southeast Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures (1983)
  33. "The Maids of Autumn: Astrological Imagery in Calderón's El mayor encanto amor" Kentucky Language Conference (1983)
  34. "Los 'naturales secretos' del almendro en el teatro de Calderón," Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, Brown University (1983)
  35. "The Four Elemental Stones in Calderón's A secreto agravio, secreta venganza" Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference (1983).
  36. "Callisto's Saturnine Star: Astrological Imagery in Lope de Vega's La difunta pleitiada" MLA (1983).
  37. "Achilles as Astraea: The Mystery of Calderón's El monstruo de los jardines," Simposio sobre el teatro internacional Español y Mexicano en honor a Everett W. Hesse. San Diego (1984) IL
  38. "Dominion Without End: The Myth of Rome in El privilegio de las mujeres," SCMLA (1984)
  39. "Saturn Retrograde in the House of Venus: Astrology in Calderón's Los tres afectos de amor," MLA (1984)
  40. "The Apocalyptic Vision of La vida es sueño: Calderón and Edward Fitzgerald," MLA (1984)
  41. "The Astrologer-King in Calderón's Comedias," Golden Age Drama Symposium, University of Texas, El Paso (1985)
  42. "Calderón and Botticelli," Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference (1985)
  43. "Rosaura Subdued: Victorian Views of Calderón's La vida es sueño," SCMLA (1985)
  44. "El planeta más impío: Basilio's Role in La vida es sueño," SAMLA (1985)
  45. "Heavenly Oppositions:  The Myth of Saturn in Calderón,"
    1. Newberry Library (1985) IL
    2. Northwestern University (1985) IL

  46. "The Threat of Long-Haired Stars:  Comets in Lope de Vega's El maestro de danzar," Renaissance Conference of Southern California (1986)
  47. "The Poet as Magus:  Illusion and Transcendence in Lope's El ganso de oro," Kentucky Foreign Language Conference (1986)
  48. "En Madrid y en una casa: un palimpsesto de amantes invisibles," Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, Berlin (1986)
  49. "Representing the Cosmos: Lope de Vega's Occult Art," University of Missouri (1986) IL
  50. "Spirits as Wealth:  The Question of Nobility in Lope de Vega's Dineros son Calidad," SAMLA (1986)
  51. "But Not For Love:  Pastoral and Romance in Shakespeare's As you Like It and Lope de Vega's El ganso de Oro," MLA (1986)
  52. "The Betrayal of a Mystery: Botticelli and Calderón's Apolo y Climene, "Pennsylvania State University (1987) IL
  53. "The Dragon, the Cave and the Magus in Lope de Vega's El ganso de oro." Renaissance Society of America Conference (1987).
  54. "Astraea's Fall: Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus and Calderon's La vida es sueño," Parallel Lives: English and Spanish National Drama (1580-1680) IL International Conference, Calgary, Canada (1987).
  55. "Diomedes' Horses: Mythical Reversal in Claramonte's Desta agua no beberé," SCMLA (1987).
  56. Poison in a Golden Cup: A Senecan Image of Blacks Women and Tyrants in Claramonte's comedias," NEMLA (1988).
  57. "Saturn in Conjunction: From Albumasar to Lope de Vega,"
    1. International Symposium on Saturn from Antiquity to the Renaissance, University of Toronto (1988) IL
    2. Randolph-Macon College (1988) IL

  58. "The Birth of a Renaissance Beast: The Hyppogryph from Ariosto to Lope de Vega," First International Beast Fable Conference, Agadir, Morocco (1988).
  59. "Balthasar's Doom: Letters that Heal/Kill in Claramonte's Comedias,"
    1. SAMLA (1988).
    2. Indiana University (1989) IL

  60. "The Hippogryph as Vehicle: Layers of Myth in La vida es sueño," MLA (1988).
  61. "`A King is He ...': Seneca and Claramonte's Desta agua no beberé,"

    1. Renaissance Society of America, Harvard University (1989)
    2. Purdue University (1989) IL

  1. "The Tragic Hercules: Seneca, Covarrubias, and Claramonte's Desta agua no beberé," Kentucky Foreign Language Conference (1989)
  2. "The Darkened Sun: Saturnine Conjunctions and Oppositions in Claramonte's La infelice Dorotea," Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures (1989)
  3. "La estructura mítica de Los Comendadores de Cordoba," Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, Barcelona (1989)
  4. "Saturn and the Enchantress: Lope de Vega and Claramonte's La infelice Dorotea," Purdue University Conference (1989)
  5. "Transformation Through Transcendence in Lope de Vega's El ganso de oro," Conference on Literature and Vedic Science (1989)
  6. "The Eagle and the Serpent: Transmutation in Calderón's La vida es sueño," MLA (1989).
  7. "Splitting Gemini: Violence and Mayhem in La Estrella de Sevilla," Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures (1990).
  8. "Alchemy in Golden Age Theater," Georgetown University (1990) IL
  9. "Mirroring Gyges: Invisibility in Lope de Vega's El ganso de oro," Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts (1990)
  10. "The Soundless Dance of the Passions: Boscán and Calderón's El pintor de su deshonra," Kentucky Foreign Language Conference (1990)
  11. "Claramonte's New World: Resisting Differences in El nuevo rey Gallinato," International Federation for Modern Languages and Literatures, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia (1990)
  12. "Fashioning a New World: Lope de Vega and Claramonte's El nuevo rey Gallinato," Mid-America Conference, Boulder (1990) IL
  13. "Poisonous Portraits: Woman as Pharmakon in Claramonte's Comedias," SAMLA, Tampa (1990)
  14. "A Banquet of the Senses: The Mythical Substructure of Persiles y Sigismunda, Bk. III,"
    1. MLA, Chicago (1990)
    2. University of Southern California (1991) IL

  15. "Invisibility and Interpolation: From Herodotus to Cervantes"

    1. Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts (1991)
    2. Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures (1991) IL
    3. Randolph-Macon College (1992) IL

  1. "Letters on Glass: The Erasure of Writing in Claramonte's El Infante de Aragón," Kentucky Foreign Language Conference (1991)
  2. "La astrologia en King Lear y La vida es sueño," XIV Festival de Teatro Clásico. Vidas paralelas: La comedia española y el teatro isabelino. Almagro, Spain (1991) IL
  3. "(Un)Earthly Treasures: Spirits as Wealth in Dineros son calidad," Purdue University Conference on Romance Languages (1991)
  4. "Splitting Gemini: Plato, Girard and La estrella de Sevilla," MLA, San Francisco (1991)
  5. "Claramonte's Pharmacy: Formulating Failure/Inscribing Success" Conference on Re/Writing Theater Histories, University of California, Irvine (1992) IL
  6. "Xerxes and Alexander: Dreams of America in Claramonte's El nuevo rey Gallinato," Golden Age Drama Symposium, El Paso (1992) PLS
  7. "Un nuevo Hércules y un nuevo Sol: la presencia de Felipe IV en La estrella de Sevilla," Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, Irvine (1992).
  8. "Mujer y mito en el teatro clásico español," Seminario Internacional sobre el teatro y su enseñanza, La Coruña, Spain (1992) IL PL
  9. "Discovering the Art of Making Gods: Calderón and the Hermetic Tradition," Philological Association of the Pacific Coast, San Diego (1992)
  10. "Visiones del reino de Camboya en la literatura del Siglo de Oro: Claramonte y Cervantes," III Congreso de la Asociación de Hispanistas de Asia, Tokyo, Japan(1993)
  11. "La estrella de Sevilla and the Mysteries of Canonicity," 2nd Annual University of New Mexico Conference on Ibero-American Culture and Society,Albuquerque (1993) IL PL
  12. "Evoking Apuleius' Mysteries: Myth and Witchcraft in Céspedes y Meneses' El soldado Píndaro," Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures (1993)
  13. "Pursuing the Daughter of Time: Planetary Poisons in Claramonte's La infelice Dorotea," Golden Age Spanish Drama Symposium, El Paso (1993) PLS
  14. "Achilles and Odysseus: An Epic Contest in Cervantes' La Numancia," Mid-America Conference, St. Louis (1993)
  15. "Black Sun: Woman, Saturn and Melancholia in La estrella de Sevilla" MLA, Toronto (1993)
  16. "'El sol sale a medianoche': amor y astrología en Las paredes oyen," Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures, Baton Rouge (1994)
  17. "Heir to Errancy and Empire: La Numancia and the Politics of Imitation," Conference on Theatricality and Postmodernity, Irvine (1994) IL
  18. "The Necromancy of Imitation: Lucan and Cervantes' La Numancia," Golden Age Spanish Drama Symposium, El Paso (1994)
  19. "The Gods of Egypt on the Spanish Stage: Hieroglyphs of Empire and Exile" Duke University (1994) IL
  20. "Deceitful Arts: Proteus in Cervantes and Shakespeare" Davidson College (1994) IL
  21. "Mirrors and Matriline: (In)visibilities in Ana Caro's El conde Partinuplés," A Stage of Their Own Symposium, University of Cincinnati (1994)
  22. "Ekpyrosis and Cannibalism: Senecan Fury in Cervantes' La Numancia," Modern Language Association, San Diego(1994)
  23. "Visualizing History: The Frescoes and Grafitti of Cervantes' La Numancia," Conference on Theatricality and the Representation of History, Irvine (1995) IL
  24. "The Silences of Myth: Eróstrato/Erasístrato in Lope's El castigo sin venganza," Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures, New Orleans (1995)
  25. "Protean Prophecies: Myth, History and Empire in Cervantes' La Numancia," NEMLA, Boston (1995)
  26. "Cervantes and Raphael," Northern Illinois University, Dekalb (1995) IL
  27. "Painting and Graffiti: (Sub)versions of History in Cervantes' La Numancia,"
    1. University of California,Berkeley (1995) IL
    2. Bryn Mawr College "Class of 1902 Lecture" (1996) IL
    3. University of Illinois, Chicago (1996) IL
    4. University of Virginia Conference On Golden Age Theater (1996) IL, PL
    5. Florida State University (1997) IL

  28. "The Hermetic Raphael: Ekphrasis in Cervantes and John Crowley" Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts (1996)
  29. "In Remembrance of Rome: Giulio Romano and Cervantes' La Numancia,"
    1. Renaissance Society of America, Bloomington (1996)
    2. Special Session in Honor of Everett Hesse, Kentucky Foreign Language Conference (1997) IL

  30. "Giulio Romano's Historical Frescoes and their Influence on Cervantes' La Numancia," Dickinson College (1996) IL
  31. "The Allure of the Oriental Other: Titian's Sultana Rossa and Lope de Vega's La Santa Liga," Moutain Interstate Foreign Language Conference, Wilmington (1996)
  32. "Juno's Tempest and Minerva's Weave: The Mythical Disquiet of Lope de Rueda's Las aceitunas," Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures, New Orleans (1997)
  33. "'¿Hay encina tan seca...?': árboles emblemáticos y genealógicos en Fuenteovejuna," Escritura, individuo y sociedad en España y las Américas. Simposio en Homenaje a las hermanas Luce López-Baralt y Mercedes López-Baralt. Arecibo, Puerto Rico (1998)
  34. "The Maculate Moon: Galileo and Pantaleón de Ribera," Romance Literary Relations Session, MLA, San Francisco (1998)
  35. "Quixotic Frescoes: Cervantes and Italian Art," University of Texas, San Antonio (February 1999) IL

    1. University of Chicago (October, 1999) IL
    2. Philological Association of the Carolinas, Charleston (March 2001) IL KY

  1. "Numancia as Ganymede: Conquest and Continence in Giulio Romano and Rojas Zorrrilla" Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures, New Orleans (1999)
  2. "At War with Primavera: Botticelli and Calderon's El sitio de Breda," Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington (April 1999)
  3. "'The Play's the Thing': Clues to a Murder in Villamediana's La gloria de Niquea," Golden Age Theater Symposium, El Paso (March 2000)
  4. "Quixotic Portraits: Cervantes and Titian's Charles V on Horseback," Renaissance Society of America, Florence, Italy (March 2000)
  5. "Segismundo/Philip IV: The Politics of Astrology in Calderón's La vida es sueño," American Calderón. A Millenial Symposium. University of Illinois, Chicago (April 2000) IL
  6. "Painting Dulcinea: Text, Image, Memory"

    1. Symposium on Word and Image in the Spanish Baroque. The Graduate School, The City University of New York (March 2001) IL
    2. Comparative Arts. Indiana University, Bloomington (April 2001) ("The Barr Koon Fund Lecture") IL, PL
    3. Macalester College, Minneapolis (April 2001) IL

  1. "Drawing Desire: Giulio Romano, Correggio and Lope de Vega’s El castigo sin venganza," Renaissance Society of America (March 2001)
  2. "De Magnis Coniunctionibus: Albumasar, Lope de Vega y los moriscos," Le Xe Symposium International d’Etudes Morisques. Fondation Temimi, Zaghouan, Tunisia (May 2001) IL
  3. "Del Tiziano a Rafael: pinturas y libros en La viuda valenciana de Lope de Vega," Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, New York (July 2001)
  4. "The Role of Dulcinea in Don Quijote," Scholars at Wright Series, Wright College, Chicago (October 2001) IL
  5. "Dancing With Giants: Ekphrasis and the Double Techne of Don Quijote (I.8)," Williams Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Pennsylvania (November 2001). IL
  6. "(Mis)placing the Muse: Ekphrasis in Cervantes’s La Galatea, VI," Modern Language Association, New Orleans (December 2001).
  7. "El maravilloso jardín de Meliso: pintura, magia y artificio en La Galatea, VI," Congreso Internacional Loca Ficta: Los Espacios de la Maravilla de la Edad Media al Siglo de Oro. Pamplona, Universidad de Navarra (April 2002) IL