SUB-FACULTY OF SPANISH RESEARCH SEMINARS

MICHAELMAS TERM  2008

 

All meetings take place in Room 3, Taylor Institution, on Tuesdays at 5.00pm, unless otherwise indicated.  

 

Convenors: Edwin Williamson, Geraldine Coates, Tyler Fisher

 


MEDIEVAL AND GOLDEN-AGE SEMINAR                                                                           MODERN HISPANIC SEMINAR

 

Week 1 (14 Oct)                                                                                                                                  Week 2 (21 Oct)

Carmen Rivero (Münster/Oviedo)                                                                                                        Dr Dominic Moran (Christ Church)

‘El humor inglés y la interpretación                                                                                                ‘Neruda's “Arte poética” as Poetic Autobiography’

del Quijote en el XIII alemán’

                                                                                                                                                            Week 6 (18 Nov)

Welcome to new graduate students                                                                                                   Dr Lesley Wylie (Essex)

                                                                                                                                                            ‘César Uribe Piedrahita's Toá: 

Week 4 (4 Nov)                                                                                                                                  An Amazonian novel?’

Dr Rodrigo Cacho (Cambridge)                                                                                                                                             

‘The Memory of Ruins: Quevedo’s                                                                                                 Week 7 (26-27 Nov)   

Silva to “Roma antigua y moderna” ’                                                                                            Iberian Forum: ‘Variations of Ibero-Romance’

                                                                                                                                                            Please contact Paul O’Neill for further details

                                                                                                                                                            (paul.oneill@mod-langs.ox.ac.uk)

 

                                                                                                                                                            Week 8  (2 Dec)

                                                                                                                                                            Alfredo Conde (Galician novelist and poet)

                                                                                                                                                            ‘Literatura gallega y EspaĖa:  De las afueras y

                                                                                                                                                            hacia la capital, s.XIX y XX’


 

 

 


FULL PROGRAMME

 

Week 1 (14 Oct)  Carmen Rivero (Münster/Oviedo)

‘El humor inglés y la interpretación del Quijote en el XIII alemán’

Welcome to new graduate students

 

Week 2 (21 Oct)  Dr Dominic Moran (Christ Church)

‘Neruda's “Arte poética” as Poetic Autobiography’

 

Week 3 (28 Oct)  No meeting

                                      

Week 4 (4 Nov)  Dr Rodrigo Cacho (Cambridge)

‘The Memory of Ruins: Quevedo's Silva to "Roma antigua y moderna” ’                             

 

Week 5 (11 Nov)  No meeting

 

Week 6 (18 Nov)  Dr Lesley Wylie (Essex)

‘César Uribe Piedrahita's Toá:  An Amazonian novel?’

 

Week 7 (26-27 Nov)  Iberian Forum:  ‘Variations of Ibero-Romance’                                    

 

Week 8  (2 Dec)  Alfredo Conde (Galician novelist and poet)

‘Literatura gallega y EspaĖa: De las afueras y hacia la capital, s.XIX y XX’