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Recent Scholarly Accomplishments

Browse Hispanic Studies Faculty Scholarship


Dr. Carmela Ferradns

2014Incessant Beauty: A Bilingual Anthology with 2Leaf Press. The edited anthology offers a translation of selected poems written by Ana Rosetti. 

Dr. Carolyn A. Nadeau 

2019 - published “Unpacking Food Images in Cervantes’ ‘El celoso extremeo.’” Sex and Gender in Cervantes. Sexo y gnero en Cervantes. Essays in Honor of Adrienne Laskier Martn. Ed. Esther Fernndez and Mercedes Alcal Galn. Teatro del Siglo de Oro, Estudios de Literatura 135. Kassel, Germany: Reichenberger, pp. 153-166.

2018 - published “From Kitāb al-tabīj to the Sent Sov: Continuities and Shifts in the Earliest Iberian Cooking Manuals.” Forging Communities: Food and Representation in Medieval and Early Modern Southwestern Europe. Ed. Montserrat Piera. Food and Foodways Series, The University of Arkansas Press, pp. 21-33.

2018 - published “Peppers and Basil: Old World-New World Markers in Cervantes’ Rinconete y Cortadillo.“Los cielos se agotaron de prodigios”: Essays in Honor of Frederick A. De Armas. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta Press, pp. 235-44.

2018 - published “Treating Sensory Ailments in Early Modern Domestic Literature.” Beyond Sight: Engaging the Senses in Iberian Literatures and Cultures. Ed. Ryan D. Giles and Steven Wagschal. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 141-66.


2017 - published Self, Other, and Context in Early Modern Spain, Essays in Honor of Howard Mancing, coeditor with Isabel Jan and Julien Simon. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta Press.

2017 - “From the Palace to the Stage: Exploring Images of Taste in the Early Modern Era,” Making Sense of the Senses: Current Approaches in Spanish Comedia Criticism. Ed. Yolanda Gamboa and Bonnie Gasior. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta Press, pp. 51-65.

2016 - published Food Matters: Alonso Quijano's Diet and the Discourse of Food in Early Modern Spain with the University of Toronto Press. Her story here.

2015 - was awarded a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities grant for the translation and critical analysis of a 17th-century Spanish cookbook. Her story here.  

Jessie Dixon - Chair of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures and Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies

Department - World Languages, Literatures And Cultures