The Executive Committee of the Forum LLC Medieval
Iberian is pleased to announce the appointments of Michelle Hamilton and
Montserrat Piera to the editorship team of La corónica: A Journal of
Medieval Languages, Literatures and Cultures.
Dr. Michelle Hamilton will assume the role of
Editor-in-Chief commencing with volume 47.2 (Spring 2019). Dr. Hamilton is
Director of the Center for Medieval Studies and Professor of Spanish and
Portuguese at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, where she offers
courses on religious studies, Jewish studies, and Spanish literature and
culture. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Montserrat Piera will join the staff as the new
Associate Editor. Dr. Piera is Associate Professor of Medieval Iberian Studies
at Temple University, Philadelphia, where her research interests have focused
on the literature and culture of Medieval Iberia, including Castilian and
Catalan chivalric texts and Iberian devotional literature. Her contact email is
With the appointment in 2017 of Dr. David Arbesú,
Associate Professor at the University of South Florida, Tampa, as Book Review
Editor (at firstname.lastname@example.org), the Executive
Committee has completed its cycle of editorship appointments.
With these additions to the editorial team, the journal
looks forward to continuing the tradition of innovative scholarly communication
and publication of groundbreaking articles on Medieval Iberian Literatures,
Languages and Cultures. We are sure that these colleagues will be major
contributors to the success of the journal in these areas.
Lastly, on behalf of the senior editorial team and the
MLA Executive Committee, please join me in expressing heartfelt appreciation
and gratitude to Jonathan Burgoyne whose dedicated editorship for the past six
years has expanded the journal's scholarly outreach and increased its
visibility within the profession. We wish Jonathan the best as he transitions
from his duties at La corónica.
La corónica: A Journal of Medieval Languages,
Literatures and Cultures can be read online at
Project Muse, which includes
18 volumes of the most recently published journal content, including book
reviews, necrologies as well some of the most important voices in Medieval
Iberian studies. Information concerning article guidelines, subscription, and
other contact information appears at http://www.lacoronica.org. La corónica Commons
(http://lcc.ku.edu/) offers an
online platform to represent and cultivate the field of Ibero-medievialism and
its disciplines. These spaces seek to foster collaboration and innovative
approaches to the study of the medieval literatures of Iberia.