Oct 26, 2019, 9:30 am9:30 am
010 East Pyne


Event Description

• Keynote by Isabel Lozano Renieblas (Dartmouth College): “La mesa de trucos de las Novelas Ejemplares: puentes entre lo cortesano y lo popular.”

10:15-10:30: Coffee break

Popular Ventures
• Mercedes Alcalá-Galán (University of Wisconsin-Madison): “Arte y clases populares en la España de Cervantes: las sargas pintadas en el Quijote.” • Ana Laguna (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Camden): "Cervantes, Enemy of the People"

Performative Ventures
• Bruce Burningham (Illinois State University): “Cervantes and the Simple Stage”
• Michael Armstrong-Roche (Wesleyan University): “Old Habits Die Hard: Gambling on Character in Cervantes's Rufián dichoso.”

12:30-1:30: Lunch

• Keynote by Steven Hutchinson (University of Wisconsin-Madison): “Cervantes and Early Modern Cosmopolitanism”

Reading Ventures
• Sonia Velázquez (Indiana University): "Poetry in a World of Documents: Wherein Feliciana Lows for Justice."
• Eduardo Olid (Muhlenberg College): “Eavesdropping or spying? Secret places and spaces in Cervantes”
• Seth Kimmel (Columbia University): “Generous Reading in and around Cervantes”

4:00-4:15: Coffee Break

• Keynote by Mary Gaylord (Harvard University): "Don Quixote in the Funhouse of History."

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