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Lía Schwartz
Campus Affiliation: CUNY Graduate Center
Phone: (212) 817-8411
Research Interests: Seventeenth-Century Prose and Poetry, Quevedo, Renaissance and Baroque Satire

Distinguished Professor in the Ph.D. Program in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures, studied Classics and Spanish Philology at the University of Buenos Aires (M.A. or 'Licenciatura", 1965), Classics at the University of Mainz (1966), with a fellowship of the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, and Classics and Spanish at the University of Illinois, where she got her Ph.D. in 1971. She taught Spanish literature of the Renaissance and the Baroque, and Comparative Literature at Fordham University (1971-1989), and at Dartmouth College from 1990 to 2000, where she held an endowed chair since 1995, and was Chair of its Department of Spanish and Portuguese (1997-2000). She was Visiting Associate Professor at Princeton University (1983-1985), and was invited to teach graduate seminars at the Graduate Center of CUNY, at the University of Pennsylvania and, in Spain, at the universities of La Coruña, Autónoma de Madrid, Zaragoza and Menéndez Pelayo of Santander, as well as at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. She was invited to lecture on topics of her specialty at many American universities, among them, Harvard, Yale, Brown, Princeton, Smith College, Maryland, Ohio State, Chicago; at the universities of La Coruña, Santiago de Compostela, Vigo, Barcelona, Córdoba, Sevilla, Alcalá de Henares, Murcia, Madrid and La Laguna (Spain); at the Université de la Sorbonne and of Toulouse (France); at the Universities of Bielefeld and Munster (Germany); Antwerp (Belgium); Birmingham (United Kingdom); Parma, Venezia and Napoli (Italy); Buenos Aires and La Plata (Argentina). In 2000 she joined the Graduate Center of the City University of New York as Distinguished Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature and is the Executive Officer of the Ph.D. Program in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian literatures.

Her research interests have focussed on Hispano-Classical relations in early modern Spanish literature, and in particular, on the work of the humanist, poet, satirist and politician Francisco de Quevedo (1580-1645). Her publications include, Metáfora y sátira en la obra de Quevedo, Madrid: Taurus, 1984, Quevedo: discurso y representación, Pamplona 1987; two annotated anthologies of Quevedo poetry, co-authored with Ignacio Arellano, Quevedo. Poesía selecta, Barcelona: PPU, 1989 and Un Heráclito cristiano, Canta sola a Lisi y otros poemas, Barcelona: Crítica, 1998, and is co-editor, with Antonio Carreira, of a collection of essays on Quevedo, Quevedo a nueva luz: escritura y política, Málaga, 1997. In the year 2003 her critical and annotated edition of Quevedo’s satire La Fortuna con seso y la Hora de todos, commissioned for the Obras completas en prosa, appeared in Madrid, Editorial Castalia. In 2005 her book,  De Fray Luis a Quevedo. Lecturas de los clásicos antiguos was published in Málaga: Universidad de Málaga, 2005 (Colección Thema, 37). She has also published numerous articles, reviews and review-articles on Renaissance topics, genres and themes – Menippean and prose satire; love discourses in the Renaissance and in the Baroque; Spanish translations of the classics, in particular, by Fray Luis de León and Francisco de Quevedo; on moral treatises and their Renaissance sources (Erasmus and Justus Lipsius) and on the work of Baltasar Gracián; on Italian influences upon Renaissance poetry (Garcilaso, Herrera, Góngora, Soto de Rojas and Quevedo) and on Spanish humanism in the Baroque, which appeared in American, British, Spanish, German, Italian and French scholarly journals and collective volumes, among them, Hispanic Review, Romance Philology, Calíope, Lexis, Filología, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, Criticón, Antike und Abendland, Edad de Oro, Boletín de la Real Academia Española, etc.

She belongs to the editorial board of several journals, among them, Hispanic Review, Lexis, Studi Ispanici, Edad de Oro, Voz y letras, Problemata semiotica, Notas filológicas, Filología, Boletín de la Biblioteca Menéndez Pelayo, and Moenia. She is a member of many national and international organizations, among them, MLA, Cervantes Society of America, Asociación Internacional Siglo de Oro (AISO), Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas (AIH), International Comparative Literature Association, etc,. and was a member of the Disciplinary Committee on sixteenth and seventeenth century prose and poetry of the MLA (1989-1994), and of the Disciplinary Comité on European Literary Relations of the MLA (2001-2006). She was elected to the Board of the AIH in 1989, and to the Board of the AISO three times, in 1990, again in 1999, and is now Vice-President since 2005. She has been Secretary General of the AIH for two triennia (1992-1998), and was elected President of the Association in Madrid in 1998. In 2000 she was decorated by the Spanish government with the "Encomienda de la orden civil de Alfonso X el Sabio".


Professional Activities

2000

Distinguished Professor Lía Schwartz, Executive Officer of the Ph.D. Program in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures, published several essays, among them, "Un lector áureo de los clásicos griegos: de los epigramas de la Antología griega a las Anacreónticas en la poesía de Quevedo", La Perinola. Revista de investigación quevediana, III, 2000, 293-324; "La retórica de la cita en las Novelas a Marcia Leonarda de Lope de Vega", Edad de Oro, XIX, 2000, 295-285; "Justo Lipsio en Quevedo: neoestoicismo, política y sátira", in the collective volume Encuentros en Flandes, edited by Werner Thomas and Robert A. Verdonk, Leuven: Leuven University Press/Presses universitaires de Louvain, 2000, 227-274; and "La representación del poder en la sátira áurea: del rey y sus ministros en el Dédalo de Argensola y en los Sueños de Quevedo", in the volume, Le pouvoir au miroir de la littérature en Espagne aux XVIe. Et XVIIe. siècles, ed. by A. Redondo, Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 2000, 33-48. Her study "Velazquez and Two Poets of the Baroque: Luis de Góngora and Francisco de Quevedo" appeared as a chapter in the collective volume, The Cambridge Companion to Velázquez, edited by Suzanne L. Stratton-Pruitt, Cambridge University Press, 2000, pp. 130-148.

In October, 2000 she spoke at the the Université de Paris, Sorbonne on "Los cuatro elementos en las églogas de Herrera" and at the University of Murcia, Spain, on "La imaginación onírica en la literatura europea y La vida es sueño". 

2001

Distinguished Professor Schwartz's essay "Quevedo y las antigüedades griegas: los Deipnosophistae en su obra", appeared in the Proceedings of the V Congress of the AISO, ed. by Christoph Strosetzki, Munster: Iberoamericana Vervuert, 2001, 1190-2001. Her article, "Herrera, poeta bucólico y sus predecesores italianos" was published in Italy, in a volume entitled Spagna e Italia attraverso la letteratura del secondo cinquecento, A cura di E. Sánchez García, A. Cerbo and C. Borrelli, Napoli: Istituto Universitario Orientale, 2001, pp. 475-500. In May 2001 she gave a talk on "Gracián y los clásicos" at the international symposium, Baltasar Gracián: pensamiento y erudición, held in Huesca, Spain.

As President of the AIH, she organized a colloquium on the future of Hispanic studies, El hispanismo en el mundo: convergencias y divergencias teóricas y críticas, which was held in New York at the Instituto Cervantes on July 12-13, 2001. The paper she read in the meeting was entitled, "La ruptura con la historia en los estudios sobre literatura áurea de los Estados Unidos." A paper on "La hora del hispanismo", written on the occasion of the celebration of the XIV congress of the International Association of Hispanists, held at the Graduate Center from July 16 to July 21, 2001, appeared in the monographic issue, El hispanismo que viene, coordinated by José María Pozuelo Yvancos, ABC CULTURAL, Madrid, July 14, 2001, number 494, pp. 5-6.

She was invited to lecture at the Jornadas sobre Francisco de Quevedo, Villanueva de los Infantes, July 30, 2001 on the topic, "Los clásicos grecolatinos y la lengua literaria de Quevedo". From August 13 to 21, 2001, she was invited to teach a special seminar (Curso magistral) at the University Menéndez Pelayo in Santander, which focussed on Spanish humanists of the Baroque and the classics: "El canon de los clásicos de Quevedo a Gracián."

In the Fall of 2001 she was a key-note speaker at the V Congress of the Society for Renaissance and Baroque Poetry at Ohio State University, Columbus, with a paper entitled, "B. Leonardo de Argensola: las voces satíricas de un humanista aragonés", and was invited to speak at the University of Chicago on "Linguistic and Pictorial Conceits in the Baroque: Velázquez between Quevedo and Gracián", in the symposium Baroque and Neo-Baroque in late November 2001. In December 2001 she read a paper at the MLA Convention in New Orleans in a special session dedicated to the seventeenth century writer Baltasar Gracián: "Ideal Libraries and the Power of the Classics in the Work of Baltasar Gracián." In December also she was elected to the Executive Committee of the Division on European Relations of the Modern Language Association for a five year period. 

2002

In January 2002 Distinguished Professor Schwartz was invited to lecture at the Université de Paris, Sorbonne on "Un arte poética/un arte de amar: La Dorotea Curso Magistralde Lope de Vega" and in May 2002, at the International Colloquium entitled El texto y su marco: la representación del espacio en el siglo de oro español, organized at the Università di Parma, Italy on "La configuración del espacio en los cancioneros petrarquistas." The article "De hispanismos, los siglos XVI y XVII y el olvido de la historia," appeared in the January 2002 issue of the electronic journal Ciberletras. Another article, "De la imaginación onírica y La vida es sueño," was published in the volume, Calderón de la Barca y su aportación a la cultura europea, Madrid: CEU, 2002. From July 29 to August 2, she taught at the Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo (Santander 2002 Curso Magistral, Entre los sue&ntildeos renacentistas y los soñadores de Borges).

In November Professor Schwartz was invited to give the inaugural lecture at the International Symposium Lope de Vega y el ciclo de senectute (1622-1635), which was organized by the research team Prolope and took place at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain, from November 7 to November 9, 2002. She spoke on the topic, "La construcción de La Dorotea: entre Séneca y Ovidio". On November 14 she was a key-note speaker at the "Foro annual de debate: Góngora hoy. Góngora y sus contemporáneos: de Cervantes a Quevedo", which was held at the University of Córdoba, Spain, on November 13-16, where she spoke on, "Góngora, Quevedo y los clásicos antiguos."

Her article, "Dos poemas en busca de un género: las elegías amorosas de Luis Barahona de Soto", was published in the collective volume, De saber poético y verso peregrino: la invención manierista en Luis Barahona de Soto, edited by José Lara Garrido, Málaga: Universidad de Málaga, 2002, pp. 189-207. Another article, "El Anacreón castellano de Quevedo y las Eróticas de Villegas: lecturas de la poesía anacreóntica en el siglo XVII" appeared in the volume edited by José Manuel de Bernardo Ares, El hispanismo anglonorteamericano: Aportaciones, problemas y perspectives sobre Historia, Arte y Literatura españolas (siglos XVI y XVII), Córdoba: Cajasur, 2001, pp. 1171-1201.

2003

Professor Lía Schwartz was invited to teach a mini-seminar at the University of Seville in May 2003 on Hispano-Classical relations. The title of her seminar was: "La lección de los clásicos: formas grecolatinas en la poesía de Quevedo". In May she also gave an invited lecture at the University of Valladolid on the topic, "El espacio y su configuración en el cancionero de Herrera". In June she read a paper entitled: "Para las fuentes de Quevedo: de Propercio a las Anacreónticas", at the 3rd International Colloquium Etica y estética. De Grecia a la modernidad, held at the Universidad de La Plata, Argentina.

Her article "Bartolomé Leonardo de Argensola: las voces satíricas de un humanista aragonés" was published in the journal CALIOPE (University of Texas), 8, 2002, pp. 51-74. Another article, "Entre Propercio y Persio: Quevedo, poeta erudito", appeared in the journal LA PERINOLA, 7, 2003, pp. 1-36.

Finally, in June 2003, Editorial Castalia, Madrid, published her critical and annotated edition of Francisco de Quevedo's satire, La Fortuna con seso y la Hora de todos, which had been commissioned for the edition of his Complete Works, vol. II.

2004

  • Lectures and Papers

    • "Books in Private/Public Spaces: the Library of the Neostoic", an invited paper read at the colloquium Materiality and Theory – The Book in Early Modern Spain, held at Princeton University, on February 27, 2004.

    • "Las elegías de Propercio y sus lectores áureos", a keynote speech delivered at the XXIV Seminario Internacional Edad de Oro: La tradición clásica en los Siglos de Oro, Madrid, Universidad Autónoma, March 22, 2004.

    • "A Book by Pindar in Quevedo's Library", a paper read at the annual meeting of the Renaissance Society of America, New York City, 1-3 April 2004.

    • "Algunas calas en la recepción de Quevedo en el siglo XX", a lecture delivered at Brown University, Department of Hispanic Studies, April 21, 2004.

    • "Biografías políticas e historiografía en el siglo XVII: Séneca y Mecenas según Juan Pablo Mártir Rizo", a paper delivered at the XV Congress of the International Association of Hispanists, Monterrey (México), July 2004.

    • "Genealogías del Sueño en la obra de Quevedo", an invited lecture delivered at the "VIII Jornadas sobre Quevedo y su época, Símbolos y mitos del Barroco en la obra de Quevedo", held at Villanueva de los Infantes (Spain), on August 14, 2004.

    Publications

    • Books - Distinguished Professor Schwartz organized and edited a collection of articles in recognition of the work of the famous "quevedista", Prof. James O. Crosby, whose student she was at the University of Illinois, entitled Studies in Honor of James O. Crosby, editor and contributor, Newark: Delaware: Juan de la Cuesta, 2004, 401 pp. At the request of Instituto Cervantes (Cervantes virtual), she organized, edited and wrote the introduction to a critical anthology of papers on Quevedo's satirical writings in electronic format entitled Las sátiras de Quevedo y su recepción at /http://cvc.cervantes.es/obref/satiras_quevedo/

       

    Articles

  • "Herrera y su imaginario arcádico en las églogas: de fuentes, selvas, aires y el fuego del amor", published in the collective volume, Les Quatre éléments dans les littératures d'Espagne (XVIe et XVIIe siècles), edited by Jean-Pierre étienvre, Paris: Presses de l'Université Paris-Sorbonne, 2004, pp. 15-29.

  • "La defensa satírica de la pax austriaca en La Fortuna con seso y La hora de todos de Quevedo", in the collective volume Siglos dorados. Homenaje a Augustin Redondo, ed. by Pierre Civil, Madrid: Castalia, 2004, vol. II, pp. 1385-1400.

  • "Quevedo y Rioja: signos de una amistad en el Anacreón castellano", in Studies in Honor of James O. Crosby, pp. 367-382.

  • "Los hispanismos emergentes", in Mapa del hispanismo, a special issue of the Boletín de la Fundación Federico García Lorca (Madrid), 33-34, 2004, pp. 93-8.

    • Review: El mito de Psique y Cupido en la poesía española del siglo XVI (Cetina, Mal Lara y Herrera), by Francisco Javier Escobar Borrego, Sevilla: Universidad, 2002, VOZ Y LETRA, XIV, 2, 2003, pp. 143-149.

       

    From August 16-26 Distinguished Professor Schwartz co-directed and lectured at the Universidad Menéndez Pelayo, Santander, Spain, the second edition of the International Seminar, "Curso Superior de Filología para Jóvenes Hispanistas."

 

2005

Publications

  • Books

    • De Fray Luis a Quevedo. Lecturas de los clásicos antiguos. Málaga: Universidad de Málaga, 2005 (Colección Thema, 37). 338 pages.

 

Requested articles and articles in refereed journals

  • “Las elegías de Propercio y sus lectores áureos”, Edad de Oro, XXIV, 2005, pp. 323-50.

  • “Góngora, Quevedo y los clásicos antiguos”, In Góngora Hoy VI. Góngora y sus Contemporáneos: de Cervantes a Quevedo. Coordinación y edición de J. Roses. Córdoba: Estudios Gongorinos, 2004, pp. 89-132 (appeared in February 2005).

  • “Para las fuentes de Quevedo: de Propercio a las Anacreónticas”, in Ética y Estética: De Grecia a la Modernidad, ed. A. M. González de Tobia, La Plata: Universidad de La Plata, Centro de estudios de Lenguas Clásicas, Área Filología Griega, 2005, pp. 207-224.

  • “Estacio y Quevedo nuevamente: el idilio 385 de El Parnaso español”, LEXIS, XXVII, 204, HOMENAJE A JOSÉ LUIS RIVAROLA, PP. 91-105 (appeared in January 2005).

  • “Notas sobre dos conceptos del discurso amoroso de Quevedo y sus fuentes: la amada fiera y la amada pétrea”, LA PERINOLA. REVISTA DE INVESTIGACIÓN QUEVEDIANA. HOMENAJE A DON FERNANDO LÁZARO CARRETER., 9, 2005, PP. 215-226.

  • “Un género historiográfico del siglo XVII: las Vidas de Juan Pablo Mártir Rizo”, STUDI ISPANICI (Pisa-Roma), 2005, pp. 85-102.

  • “Cervantes and the Greco-Roman Classics”, a series of articles on Hispano-Classical Relations comissioned by the General Editor of the Gran Enciclopedia Cervantina, Carlos Alvar. The following have appeared already:

    • “Apuleyo”, Gran Enciclopedia Cervantina, Madrid: Editorial Castalia/ Centro de Estudios Cervantinos, 2005, pp. 630b-634a; “Aquiles Tacio”, pp. 644a-647a; “Aristófanes”, 750a-753b; “Aristóteles”, 750b-753ª.

    • “Ausonio”, Gran Enciclopedia Cervantina, Madrid: Editorial Castalia / Centro de Estudios Cervantinos, 2006, pp. 936a-939ª; “Boecio”, 1392a-1396b.

  • Lectures and Papers

    • “Las diatriabas satíricas de Persio y Juvenal en las sátiras en verso de Quevedo”, an invited lecture read at the inauguration of the symposium La sátira española en el Siglo de Oro. Coloquio internacional, held at the University of Barcelona, March, 3,4 and 5, 2005.

    • “Entre Aristóteles y Cicerón: ética y retórica en el Quijote”, a paper read at the Seminario Edad de Oro on Cervantes’s Don Quijote, held at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, March 7-11, 2005.

    • “Un motivo de la sátira clásica en Quevedo: el Tribunal del Hades”, a paper read at the VII Congreso of the Asociación Internacional Siglo de Oro (AISO), held in Cambridge, UK, July 2005.

    • “Ética y retórica en Cervantes”, an invited lectura read at the Universidad Menéndez Pelayo, A Coruña, Spain, July, 2005.

    • “Aristóteles en Cervantes: una recontextualización”, an invited lectura read at the Curso internacional conmemorativo del IV Centenerario. La modernidad del Quijote, Universidad de Murcia, October 27, 2005.

  • Organization of Seminars and Panels in Conventions and Symposia

    • Curso Superior de Filología para Jóvenes Hispanistas, III. Co-director and lecturer. Universidad Menéndez Pelayo, Santander, Spain, August 2005.

    • Organization of three panels as Chair of the Executive Committee of the Division for European Literary Relations, PMLA, Washington D.C. on the following topics: “Letters and Literary Texts / Letters in Literary Texts”, sessions I and II; and “Writing Europe in Multiple Languages”.

 

  • Journal Editorships

    • Asked to referee articles for the following journals as a member of the Editorial Board: Hispanic Review, Filología (University of Buenos Aires), Moenia (University of Lugo, Spain); Lexis (Universidad Católica del Perú); Voz y Letra (Madrid, Spain); CanenteBoletín de la Biblioteca Menéndez Pelayo

      (Universidad de Málaga, Spain) and (Santander, Spain).

    • Invited to join the Editorial Board of the journal Boletín de la Biblioteca Menéndez Pelayo, Santander, Spain, in July 2005.



2006

Requested articles:


“El Quijote y los clásicos grecolatinos en la obra crítica de Arturo Marasso”, Olivar, 6, 2005, pp. 43-58 (published in 2006).

“Para las fuentes de Quevedo: de Propercio a las Anacreónticas”, in Ética y Estética: De Grecia a la Modernidad, ed. A. M. González de Tobia, La Plata: Universidad de La Plata, Centro de estudios de Lenguas Clásicas, Área Filología Griega, 2005, pp. 207-224 (published in 2006).

“Política y literatura en Quevedo: el prudente consejero de la monarquía”, Apertura del curso académico 2006/07, Universidad de Cantabria: Servicio de Publicaciones, Santander, 2006.


Refereed article:

“Un género historiográfico del siglo XVII: las vidas de Juan Pablo Mártir Rizo”, Studi Ispanici (Pisa-Roma), 2005, pp. 85-102.

Chapters in books

“Las diatribas satíricas de Persio y Juvenal en las sátiras en verso de Quevedo”, in  Estudios sobre la sátira española en el siglo de oro,  C. Vaíllo and R. Valdés, eds., Madrid: Castalia, 2006, pp. 129-150.

“Cervantes and the Greco-Roman Classics”, a series of articles on Hispano-Classical Relations comissioned by the General Editor of the Gran Enciclopedia Cervantina, Carlos Alvar. The following have appeared already:

“Apuleyo”, Gran Enciclopedia Cervantina, Madrid: Editorial Castalia/ Centro de Estudios Cervantinos, 2006, pp. 630b-634a; “Aquiles Tacio”, pp. 644a-647a; “Aristófanes”, 750a-753b; “Aristóteles”, 750b-753ª.

“Ausonio”, Gran Enciclopedia Cervantina, Madrid: Editorial Castalia / Centro de Estudios Cervantinos, 2006, pp. 936a-939ª; “Boecio”, 1392a-1396b


Invited lectures and papers

“Las traducciones de textos poéticos grecolatinos en el siglo XVI”, an invited lecture at the symposium organizad by the Grupo P.A.S.O. (‘Andalusian Poetry of Early Modern Spain’)., University of Seville, November 2006.

Organization and co-direction of special courses

Organization and co-direction, with Miguel Ángel Garrido Gallardo (CSIC), of the special seminar funded by the Cátedra Dámaso Alonso at the Graduate Center, Fall 2006: “Discursive Practices in Hispanic Cultures / Linguistics and Literary Studies”.



2007

Requested articles:

“Fábula mitológica y sátira: Menipo litigante de Bartolomé Leonardo de Argensola”, in Homenaje a Ana María Barrenechea, Roberto Bein-Melchora Romanos, coords., Buenos Aires: Eudeba, 2007, pp. 431-442.

“Entre dos siglos y dos continentes: los antiqui auctores y las literaturas hispánicas”, INSULA, 725, mayo de 2007, pp. folios 12-15.

“La Historia de la vida de un  ilustre romano: Séneca por J. P. Mártir Rizo”, in Clizia Carminati e Valentina Nider, eds., Narrazione e storia tra Italia e Spagna nel Seicento, Trento, Dipartimento di Studi Letterari, Linguistici e Filologici, 2007, pp.  165-184. 

“Las máscaras del engaño en Quevedo y Gracián”, in Homenaje a / Hommage à Francis Cerdan,  Françise Cazal (éd.),  Toulouse, Université de Toulouse-le-Mirail, 2007, pp. 669-682.


Invited lectures and papers

“On the Art of Translation: A Conversation with Edith Grossman, translator of the bilingual anthology, The Golden Age of Spanish Poetry (Norton)”, at The Queen Sophia Spanish Institute, May 21, 2007. 

“Las Obras de Xenophonte (1552) traducidas por Diego Gracián en el Quijote II, 34”, a paper read at the XVI Congress of the International Association of Hispanists, Paris, July 2007.

“Desde la Torre: la invención  de un ‘Theatro  de la Historia”, an  invited key note speech at the  Symposium  Quevedo desde la Torre de Juan Abad, La Torre (Spain), September  2007.


Editorial work

Invited to organize as co-editor, with Aurora Egido,  a special monographic issue of the journal  INSULA, Revista de Letras y Ciencias Humanas, 725 (May 2007), on the topic: "Las Humanidades y el Hispanismo".




2008

Courses and conferences


Organization and co-direction  with José María Pozuelo, of the seminar “Jóvenes hispanistas”, at the Cervantes Institute, Madrid, January 2008.

 

2010

Journal articles

"Cervantes, lector de Jenofonte, y las Obras de Xenophonte (1552) traducidas por Diego Gracián," in "Rompa con dulces números el canto": homenaje a Antonio Carreño, editores C. H. Leahy y A. Sánchez Jiménez, RILCE, Monográfico, 26.1, 2010, pp. 202-213.

"La identidad genérica del Buscón: notas sobre la trayectoria de su recepción", La Perinola, 14, 2010, pp. 1-19.

"Potentia ea lubrica. La dinámica del poder: Justo Lipsio, Saavedra Fajardo y Quevedo", Crítica hispánica, 32, 2, 2010, 211-234..
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Chapters / articles in books

("Cervantes and the Greco-Roman Classics," a series of articles on the transmission of ancient literature in the Renaissance and on Hispano-Classical relations, focused on the work of Cervantes; commissioned by the General Editor of Gran Enciclopedia Cervantina, Carlos Alvar. The following have been published in 2010)
:
"Jenofonte", Gran Enciclopedia Cervantina, Madrid: Editorial Castalia, 2010, vol. VII, pp. 6399a-6402b.

"Juvenal", Gran Enciclopedia Cervantina, Madrid: Editorial Castalia, 2010, vol. VII, pp. 6592b-6596b.

"Luciano", Gran Enciclopedia Cervantina, Madrid: Editorial Castalia, 2010, vol. VII, pp. 7246b-7252b.

Conferences: plenary lecture (invited)

"Sátira y satura en los siglos XVI y XVII: teoría y praxis", a plenary lecture read at the Jornadas de Estudio, "Difícil cosa el no escribir sátiras". La sátira en verso en la España de los Siglos de Oro, held at the Universitá degli studi di Napoli Federico II, Nápoli, 2-3 de diciembre de 2010.

Lectures (invited)

"Luis de Góngora, The Solitudes: Challenging the Prince of Darkness", a lecture on the new translation of the Solitudes by Edith Grossman, at the Queen Sofía Spanish Institute, New York, on May 5, 2010

"Sátiras y discursos de los Argensola", an invited lecture read at the Colloquium
Dos soles de poesía. 450 años. Lupercio y Bartolomé Leonardo de Argensola,
Huesca (Spain), 2010.

2011

Publications

Chapter in book

"Cervantes, felice ingenio: lector curioso de Horacio", en Retrato de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, Edición de Florencio Sevilla Arroyo, Mexico: Museo Iconográfico del Quijote-Fundación Cervantina de México-Universidad de Guanajuato, 2011, pp. 285-314.

Review-article

"¿Qué escribió Quevedo? Poemas atribuidos", on the book by María Hernández, Poesía inédita. Atribuciones del manuscrito de Évora, Barcelona: Libros del Silencio, 2010, in Revista de Libros, no. 177, (September 2011), pp. 38ª -39d.

Lectures / papers

"Eros fugitivo en Mosco de Siracusa y un poema en octavas (CIX) de Hernando de Acuña", paper read at the IX Congress of the Asociación Internacional Siglo de Oro (AISO), Poitiers, July, 2011.

"Cervantes, lector", an invited lecture read at the XXII Coloquio Cervantino Internacional, Guanajuato,
México, November 15-18, 1911.

2012

Editorial and Advisory Boards


Invited to be a member of the Editorial Board (Comité scientifique) of the electronic journal e-Spania. Revue interdisciplinaire d’études hispaniques médiévales, Université de Paris-Sorbonne. 

Invited to be a member of the Comité Científico of a new book collection called Prosa barroca, to be published by SIAL, Madrid. 

Invited to be a member of the Editorial Board of the collection Signos, published by the University of Murcia (Spain). 

Invited to be a member of the Consejo de redacción of the digital journal JANUS. ESTUDIOS SOBRE EL SIGLO DE ORO, published by Universidade da Coruña, Spain. 

Invited to be Miembro Honorifico del IULCE, Instituto Universitario La Corte en Europa, Madrid, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. 

Invited to be a member of the Comité científico of the collection Estudios del Parnaso olvidado, published by Editorial Academia del Hispanismo.
 

Publications

Book

Bartolomé Leonardo de Argensola. Sátiras menipeas (Carta sobre el estilo de la sátira.  Dédalo. Demócrito. Menipo litigante ). A critical and annotated edition, in collaboration with I. Pérez Cuenca. Zaragoza: Larumbe. Textos aragoneses, 2011, 230 pp. (appeared effectively in February 2012).

Book in Press
 
Lo ingenioso y lo prudente. Bartolomé Leonardo de Argensola y la sátira. Cinco ensayos. Scheduled to appear in the collection Estudios filológicos, Universidad de Salamanca at the end of 2012.

Chapter in book

Satura y sátira en el siglo XVII. Teoría y Praxis”, en Difícil cosa es no escribir sátiras. La sátira en el siglo de oro. A. Gargano, F. Gherardi, M. D’Agostino, eds. Santiago de Compostela, Academia del Hispanismo, 2012, pp. 21-48.
 
Lectures and papers

“Persio y Epicteto del Brocense a Quevedo”, an invited lecture delivered at the ENCUENTRO INTERNACIONAL DE HISPANISTAS CON MOTIVO DEL TRICENTENARIO DE LA BIBLIOTECA NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA 12, 13 Y 14 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 2012.  BIBLIOTECA NACIONAL DE ESPAÑA – SALÓN DE ACTOS
Published now as the Proceedings – Actas,  a digital edition:
http://www.bne.es/es/Micrositios/Guias/EncuentroHispanistas/resources/docs/EncuentroHispanistas_Actas.pdf  2012 pp. 39-47.