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30.1 (Fall, 2001)

Del director, 1-2


  • Vincent Barletta, “Context and Manuscript Discourse in Late Medieval Castile”, 3-35.
  • Jonathan Burgoyne, “Ideology in Action: the Consequences of Paradox in El Conde Lucanor, Part I”, 37-65.
  • Federico Corriente, “Propuestas de correcciones a la interpretación de las xarajat A2, “4, “7 y A27”, 67-86.
  • Emily Francomano, “’¿Qué dizes de las mujeres?’: La historia de la doncella Teodor and the Conclusion to the Bocados de oro”, 87-110.
  • E. Michael Gerli, “Inventing the Spanish Middle Ages: Ramón Menéndez Pidal, Spanish Cultural History, and Ideology in Philology”, 111-26.
  • John Gornall, “Velos negros and Blancas vs. Morenas: a Motif Subverted?”, 127-31.
  • Rogelio Miñana, “Auctor omnisciente, auctor testigo: el marco narrativo en Cárcel de amor”, 133-48.
  • Juan Paredes, “[Ou] cab’ou danha / ca bode d’anha. Dos interpretaciones para una lectura de la cantiga B 481, V 61 de Alfonso X”, 149-58.
  • Kenneth J. Wireback, “A Gradual Approach to Sibilant + /j/ Metathesis in Hispano-Romance”, 159-203.

Information Technology and Hispanic Studies

  • Mark Johnston, “Digital Imaging Standards for Research and Teaching”, 205-13.


  • “Return to Queer Iberia”, Guest Editors Sidney Donnell and Gregory S. Hutcheson.
  • Sidney Donnell, “Back to the Future of Medieval and Early Modern Iberian Studies”, 217-22.
  • Gregory S. Hutcheson, “What Queer Iberians Have To Say....”, 223-27.
  • Mary Gossy, “Uncannily Queer Iberia: The Past and Present of Imperial Panic”, 228-30.
  • Harry Vélez Quiñones, “Response to ‘Sex and Social Control’”, 231-35.
  • Daniel Eisenberg, “¿Cuán queer fue Iberia?”, 236-38.
  • Leora Lev, “Refractions of Queer Iberia: Post-Francoist Peninsular Camp”, 239-43.
  • Jean Dangler, “Response to ‘Using Literary Texts in a History of Sexuality’”, 244-47.
  • Josiah Blackmore, “Dissidences”, 248-51.
  • Israel Burshatin, “Hispanism, Queer History, and Community”, 252-59.
  • Works Cited in Return to Queer Iberia, 260-65.

Review Article

  • Israel J. Katz, “A New Introduction to the Music and Poetry of the Cantigas de Santa Maria”, 267-78.


  • Jean Dangler, Mediating Fictions: Literature, Women Healers, and the Go-Between in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia. Reviewed by Barbara Weissberger. 279-82.
  • Martin J. Duffell, Modern Metrical Theory and the ‘Verso de Arte Mayor’. Reviewed by Ana M. Gómez-Bravo. 283-85.
  • John Edwards. The Spain of the Catholic Monarchs, 1474-1520. Reviewed by E. Michael Gerli. 286-87.
  • Manuel da Costa Fontes. Folklore and Literature. Studies in the Portuguese, Brazilian, Sephardic, “nd Hispanic Oral Tradition. Reviewed by +Harriet Goldberg. 288-92.
  • Sol Miguel Prendes,. El espejo y el piélago. La “Eneida” castellana de Enrique de Villena. Reviewed by Derek Carr. 293-306.
  • Joseph F. O’Callaghan. Alfonso X and the Cantigas de Santa Maria. A Poetic Biography. Reviewed by Joseph T. Snow. 307-309.
  • David Wolfe. Spanish Gender and the Brain. Reviewed by Cristina Sanz. 310-12.
  • Hugo O. Bizzarri, Ed. Vida de Segundo; Versión castellana de la Vita Secundi de Vicente de Beauvais. Reviewed by Emily Francomano. 313-16.

John K. Walsh Award, 317

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