All articles related to the keyword “Iberian”

The Pro­duction of the Margin — Velasco

Published on January 18, 2022
The cog­nitive intu­ition of the impor­tance of the margin in the process of studying texts, empir­i­cally demon­strated by psy­chol­o­gists and ped­a­gogues cited in the attached article, explains the reasons why the margin of books is a coveted space.

On Col­lab­o­ration

Published on September 21, 2020
In this position paper, rather than high­lighting new cor­puses of study or dis­cussing my own par­ticular research, I want to make a more global argument about the position of inter­dis­ci­plinary fields within today’s academy and open up a dis­cussion about what Mediter­ranean studies, Iberian Studies, and early modern His­panism might look like as a set of truly col­lab­o­rative, inter­secting fields.

Author(iz)ing women’s self-defense —Kim

Published on September 21, 2019
“To say of what is that it is not, or of what is not that it is, is false, while to say of what is that it is, and of what is not that it is not, is true.” (Aris­totle, Meta­physics 1011b25) Medieval Women’s Writers Since 1950 there has been an effort on the part of critics to reval­orize mar­ginal writers of the Middle Ages, pre­dom­i­nantly women authors.

The Cresques Project — Juan Ceva

Published on September 11, 2019
From the home page of the website: ABOUT THIS PROJECT: In 2009 I read the work of Ramon Pujades “Les cartes por­tolanes: la rep­re­sentació medieval d’una mar solcada,”((In Catalan, with English text ‘Por­tolan charts: the medieval rep­re­sen­tation of a ploughed sea’, Barcelona: Institut Car­togràfic de Catalunya; Institut d’Es­tudis Catalans; Institut Europeu de la Mediter­rània; Lunwerg, 2007. [With a DVD fea­turing the charts and selec­tions of the atlases cited.] ISBN: 10: 8497854144.