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26.1 (Fall, 1997)


From the Editor, 1-2

Critical Cluster: Homage to Joan Coromines

  • Francisco A. Marcos Marín, Guest Editor, “Joan Coromines: para un Homenaje”, 5-7.
  • Donna M. Rogers, “Joan Coromines i Vigneaux, 1905-1997: A Bibliography”, 9-24.
  • Gloria Clavería, Carlos Sánchez y Joan Torruella, “La conversión del DCECH a un sistema hipertextual”, 25-44.
  • Antonio Cortijo Ocaña, “Commercial Rivalry Between Barcelona and Valencia in the Fourteenth Century: Privileges and Franchises”, 45-52.
  • Steven N. Dworkin, “Semantic Changes and Lexical Loss: The Case of OSp. luengo ‘long’”, 53-65.
  • Joseph Gulsoy, “Castellano viejo, portugués velho, catalán vell: el tratamiento de E+ C'L / T'L, e historia de VETUS, -ETERIS”, 67-86.
  • Francisco A. Marcos Marín, “Etimologías engañosas y sus consecuencias: los numerales y el Libro de Alexandre”, 87-103.
  • José Luis Moure, “El galicismo develar y una emienda conjetural a un poema de Jorge Luis Borges”, 105-22.
  • René Pellen, “Etimología e historia: el Diccionario Histórico que nos falta”, 123-40.
  • Joel Rini, “On the Etymology of Spanish mismo”, 141-56.
  • Carlos Subirats Rüggeberg, “Bases de conocimiento lingüístico y análisis automático del discurso”, 157-64.
  • Thomas M. Stephens, “Anglicisms in Spanish American Ethnonymy: Identity and Lexical Renegotiation”, 165-77.
  • Thomas J. Walsh, “The Etymology of Bostezar”, 179-81.

Articles

  • William D. Paden, “The Chronology of Genres in Medieval Galician-Portuguese Lyric Poetry”, 183-201.
  • Stephen B. Raulston, “Poetic Craft and Dramatic Tension: The Climax of the Poema de mio Cid”, 203-23.
  • Julian Weiss, “On the Conventionality of the Cantigas d'amor”, 225-45.
  • Zaderenko, Irene, “Acerca de la fecha de composición del *Cantar de los siete infantes de Lara”, 247-55.

Bibliography

  • Steven N. Dworkin, “Lexical Studies of Medieval Spanish Texts: A Bibliographic Supplement”, 257-96.

Information Technology and Hispanic Studies

  • Mark D. Johnston, “Intellectual Property Rights and Educational ‘Fair Use’ on the Internet”, 297-306.

Reviews

  • Alfonso el X el Sabio. Astromagia. Reviewed by Francisco Márquez Villanueva. 307-308.
  • Roberto J. González-Casanovas. The Apostolic Hero and Community in Ramon Llull's Blanquerna: A Literary Study of a Medieval Utopia with a critical bibliography. Reviewed by Mark D. Johnston. 308-10.
  • Linehan, Peter. History and the Historians of Medieval Spain. Reviewed by Mark D. Meyerson. 310-13.
  • El Mio Cid del taller alfonsí: versión en prosa en la “Primera crónica general” y en la “Crónica de veinte reyes”. Ed. Nancy Joe Dyer. Reviewed by Matthew Bailey. 314-17.
  • Louise Mirrer. Women, Jews, and Muslims in the Texts of Reconquest Castile. Reviewed by Barbara F. Weissberger. 317-19.
  • Antoni Rossell. El Cantar de Mio Çid [CD]. Reviewed by Juan Miguel Valero Moreno. 319-21.
  • Connie L. Scarborough. Women in Thirteenth-Century Spain as Portrayed in Alfonso X's Cantigas de Santa María. Reviewed by Laura R. Bass. 321-24.

Conference Reports

  • Third Annual Berkeley Conference on Arabic Literature. University of California-Berkeley, April 25-26, 1997. Report by Samuel G. Armistead. 325-29.
  • Tenth British Conference on Judeo-Spanish Studies. Queen Mary and Westfield College, Dept. of Hispanic Studies, June 29-July 4, 1997. Report by Samuel G. Armistead. 330-36.
  • Seminario del Centro para la Edición de los Clásicos Españoles: Alfonso el Sabio y las Crónicas de España. Soria, 7 al 11 de julio, 1997. Report by Samuel G. Armistead. 336-40.

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