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14.1 (Fall, 1985)


Articles

  • H. A. Kelly. “Archpriests, Apostles, and Episcopal Epistles”, 1-5.
  • Carol A. Copenhagen. “Narratio and Petitio in Fifteenth-Century Spanish Letters”, 6-14.
  • Thomas M. Capuano. “The Seasonal Laborer: Audience and Actor in the Works of Gonzalo de Berceo”, 15-22.
  • John Gornall. “Plus ça change...: Rodrigo’s Mocedades and the Earlier Legend”, 23-35.
  • Ivy A. Corfis. “Tractado de amores de Arnalte y Lucenda: MS 940 of the Biblioteca Trivulziana, Milan”, 36-39.
  • Consuelo López Morillas. “Was the Muwashshah Really Accompanied by the Organ?” 40-54.
  • Samuel G. Armistead. “Pet Theories and Paper Tigers: Trouble With the Kharjas”, 55-70.
  • Barry Taylor. “Old Spanish Wisdom Texts: Some Relationships”, 71-85.
  • D. G. Pattison. “Word Formation in the Poema de mio Cid”, 86-88.
  • David J. Billick and Steven N. Dworkin. “An Annotated Bibliography of Glossaries, Vocabularies, Word Lists, and Concordances Based on or Appended to Editions of Medieval Spanish Texts: Part III”, 131-65.
  • Constance L. Wilkins and Heanon M. Wilkins. “Recent Publications, Presentations, and Research in Progress”, 168-69.
  • Colin Smith. Letter to Editors. 171-72.

Reviews

  • José Ángel Sesma Muñoz and Ángeles Líbano Zumalacárregui. Léxico del comercio medieval en Aragón (siglo XV). Zaragoza: Institución ‘Fernando el Católico’, 1982. Reviewed by John Dagenais. 114-17.
  • Samuel G. Armistead and Joseph H. Silverman. En torno al romancero sefardí (Hispanismo y balcanismo de la tradición judeo-española. Madrid: CSMP, 1982. Reviewed by Rita Benmayor. 118-21.
  • Libro del Caballero Zifar. Cristina González, ed. Madrid: Cátedra, 1983. Reviewed by Marina Scordilis Brownlee. 122-24.
  • Cristina González. ‘El cavallero Zifar’ y el reino lejano. Madrid: Gredos, 1984. Reviewed by Marina Scordilis Brownlee. 125-27.
  • Marta Ana Diz. Patronio y Lucanor: La lectura inteligente “en el tiempo que es turbio”. Prólogo de John E. Keller. Potomac, Maryland: Scripta Humanistica, 1984. Reviewed by Harlan Sturm. 128-130.
  • Alfonso X, “El Sabio”. Programa audiovisual del libro y fotografías de Diodoro Urquía Latorre. Madrid: Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, 1984. Reviewed by Roger Tinnell. 166-67.

Conference reports

  • Modern Language Association Convention 1985. Chicago, IL. December, 1985. Abstracts. 89-93.
  • Association of Hispanists of Great Britain and Ireland 1985. Leeds. March 27-30, 1985. Abstracts. (Lynn Ingamells) 94-101.
  • Medieval Academy of America 1985: Where Medieval Worlds Meet. Bloomington, IN. April 11-13, 1985. Titles. (John S. Miletich) 102.
  • Kentucky Foreign Language Conference 1985. Lexington, KY. April 25-27, 1985. Titles. (Kathleen Kulp-Hill) 103.
  • Kalamazoo: 1985 International Congress on Medieval Studies. Kalamazoo, May 9-12, 1985. Abstracts, Titles (George D. Greenia and John Dagenais) 104-07.
  • International Conference on Patristic, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies 1985. Villanova University, PA. September 20-22, 1985. Report. (Harriet Goldberg) 108-09.
  • Southeastern Medieval Association 1985. Chattanooga, TN. October 10-12, 1985. Titles. (Kathleen Kulp-Hill) 112-13.
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