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This table lists the various scholarly activities by Queens College faculty dating back to 2008.  Use the options below to filter by year, academic department, category, or faculty name.  You may also search for a faculty name or description by using the Keyword search box.
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YearDepartmentCategoryFacultyCitation
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesConference PresentationCaamaño, JuanCaamaño, Juan. Cousas da vida: El (sin)sentido del humor en Castelao. At Whom Are We Laughing? Humor in Romance Language Literatures (Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York), March 10-12, 2008.
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesConference PresentationCaamaño, JuanCaamaño, Juan. Aranmanoth: Vuelta a los orígenes y la razón de la magia. The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900 (University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky), February 21-23, 2008.
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesJournal Article or PatentCaamaño, JuanCaamaño, Juan. Paz en la guerra: El episodio nacional de Miguel de Unamuno. Boletín de la Biblioteca Menéndez Pelayo LXXXIV (2008): 275-294.
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesJournal Article or PatentCaamaño, JuanCaamaño, Juan. Late Carvalho: Reading in(to) the Spectacle of Non-History. Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 19:1 (2008): 19-34.
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesBook, Authored or EditedCaamaño, JuanCaamaño, Juan. The Literary Theory of Juan Carlos Rodríguez: Contemporary Spanish Cultural Critic (Lewiston: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2008).
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesConference PresentationGlickman, NoraGlickman, Nora. The role of Cinema in Teaching Latin American Jewish Studies Courses, Colloquium on The Current state of Latin American Jewish and Sephardic Studies. Graduate Center CUNY. March 27, 2008.
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesBook, Authored or EditedMartínez-Torrejón, JoséMartínez-Torrejón, José M. Las Casas, Bartolomé de. Brevísima relación de la destruición de las Indias. A critical, annotated edition. Second, revised edition, with a foreword by John Elliott: Barcelona, Círculo de Lectores, 2009 (finished in 2008)
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesBook, Chapter or IntroductionMartínez-Torrejón, JoséMartínez-Torrejón, José Miguel. Silencios, sigilos y sordinas. Alcazarquivir desde El Escorial. In T. Branderberger, ed. Portugal y España: la construcción del otro, Tübingen: Calepinus, 2009. (finished in 2008).
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesConference PresentationMartínez-Torrejón, JoséMartínez-Torrejón, José Miguel. Todo lo cura el silencio. El entorno literario de Felipe II ante Alcazarquivir. Presented at the conference Portugal und Spanien: die Konstruktion des Anderen, University of Basel, Switzerland. January 2008.
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesJournal Article or PatentMartínez-Torrejón, JoséMartínez-Torrejón, José M. Entre perros y lobos. Un chaparrón de inútiles consejos para el rey D. Sebastián. Revista de Filología Española, LXXXVII, 2 (2007):323-350.
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesJournal Article or PatentMartínez-Torrejón, JoséMartínez-Torrejón, José Miguel. Víspera de la batalla. El hervidero manuscrito portugués ante la invasión de Marruecos. To appear in Românica, 2009. (finished in 2008)
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesJournal Article or PatentMartínez-Torrejón, JoséMartínez-Torrejón, José Miguel. Psicomachias, disputas y retóricas: la olla podrida del debate cuatrocentista La Corónica 2009. (finished in 2008)
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesJournal Article or PatentMartínez-Torrejón, JoséMartínez-Torrejón, José Miguel. Informar, conmover, culpar. Retórica para reyes en la Brevísima relación del Padre Las Casas. Nueva Revista de Filología Hispánica, 57:2 (2009). (finished in 2008)
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesConference PresentationSimerka, BarbaraSimerka, Barbara. Cognition and Narrative Technology in Don Quijote in Modern Language Association. San Francisco. Cervantes Society of America, Dec 2008. (Co-authored with Christopher Weimer, 50% contribution.)
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesConference PresentationSimerka, BarbaraSimerka, Barbara. Deception and Manipulation: Cognitive Theory and Early Modern Dramaturgas GEMELA, Los Angeles, CA. October 2008.
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesJournal Article or PatentSimerka, BarbaraSimerka, Barbara. Postmodern Subjectivity in Don Quijote and Stranger than Fiction Anuario de estudios cervantinos vol. 4 (2008) Co-authored with Christopher Weimer
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesOtherSimerka, BarbaraSimerka, Barbara. 2008 December. Modern Language Association. San Francisco. GEMELA. Moderator. Round Table: Translation and Early Modern Womens Writings
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesJournal Article or PatentZinni, MarianaZinni, Mariana. Los Prólogos de Borges: modos del devenir ensayo Variaciones Borges 25 (2008): 175-185.
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesConference PresentationZinni, MarianaZinni, Mariana. La muerte ejemplar de Lope de Aguirre y la restauración de las coordenadas modernas en América. Presented at Death in Words and Images: The Case of the Early Modern Hispanic World. The Early Modern Image and Text Society Conference Texas Tech University, October 2008.
2008Hispanic Languages and LiteraturesConference PresentationZinni, MarianaZinni, Mariana. The Arcades Project y las Historias de Indias. Revisión del método compositivo en la obra póstuma de Walter Benjamin. Presented at ACLA-Walter Benjamin in Latin America Seminar. American Comparative Literature Association. Long Beach, April 2008.
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