The John K. Walsh Award
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The John K. Walsh Award

This award is given annually to the author of an outstanding article published in the previous volume of La corónica. The selection of the recipient of this award is made by the Executive Committee of the MLA Division on Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures and Cultures in memory of distinguished medievalist John K. Walsh (1939–1990). The tribute is celebrated every year with a reception at the Modern Language Association Convention.

Award Recipients

Vol. 40. Yasmine Beale-Rivaya, “The Written Word as Witness: Language Shift from Arabic to Romance in the Documents of the Mozarabs of Toledo in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries”, 40.1 (Fall 2011): 27–50.

Vol. 39. Lucia Binotti, “Humanistic Audiences: Novela sentimental and Libros de caballerías in Cinquecento Italy”, 39.1 (Fall 2010): 67–113.

Vol. 38. Jesús D. Rodríguez Velasco, “La urgente presencia de Las Siete Partidas”, 38.2 (Spring 2010): 99–135.

Vol. 37. Frank A. Domínguez, “Santilario and Cardinal Francisco Jiménez de Cisneros: Stanza 28 of Carajicomedia and Its Gloss”, 37.1 (Fall 2008): 301–37.

Vol. 36. Ryan D. Giles, “‘Tomé senda por carrera’: Finding and Losing the Cross in the Libro de buen amor”, 36.2 (Spring 2008): 369–92.

Vol. 35. Teresa Catarella, “Doña Urraca and her Brother Alfonso VI: Incest as Politics”, 35.2 (Spring 2007): 39–67.

Vol. 34. Robert Folger, “Passion and Persuasion: Philocaption in La Celestina”, 34.1 (Fall 2005): 5–29.

Vol. 33. Simone Pinet, “Para leer el espacio en el Poema de Mio Cid: breviario teórico”, 33.2 (Spring 2005): 195–208. [End Page 285]

Vol. 32. Sol Miguel-Prendes, “Reimagining Diego de San Pedro’s Readers at Work: Cárcel de amor”, 32.2 (Spring 2004): 7–44.

Vol. 31. José Pérez López, “El códice T del Libro de buen amor en su biblioteca: Averroístas y goliardos”, 31.1 (Fall 2002): 69–106; and “El Manuscrito 99–37 de la Biblioteca de la Catedral de Toledo y el Manuscrito T del Libro de buen amor”, 31.2 (Spring 2003): 137–75.

Vol. 30. Emily Francomano, “¿Qué dizes de las mujeres?: Doncella Teodor as the Conclusion to Bocados de oro”, 30.1 (Fall 2001): 87–110.

Vol. 29. Barbara F. Weissberger, “The Gendered Taxonomy of Spanish Romance”, 29.1 (Fall 2000): 205–29.

Vol. 28. Richard P. Kincade and John E. Keller, “Myth and Reality in the Miracle of Cantiga 29”, 28.1 (Fall 1999): 35–69.

Vol. 27. Charlotte Stern, “Recovering the Theater of Medieval Spain (and Europe): The Islamic Evidence”, 27.2 (Spring 1999): 119–53.

Vol. 26. Julian Weiss, “On the Conventionality of the Cantigas d’amor”, 26.1 (Fall 1997): 225–45.

Vol. 25. E. Michael Gerli, “Performing Nobility: Mosen Diego de Valera and the Poetics of Converso Identity”, 25.1 (Fall 1996): 19–36.

Vol. 24. Ross Brann, Ángel Sáenz-Badillos and Judit Targarona, “Šĕmu’el ibn Śaśon y su poesía hebrea en la Castilla del siglo XIV”, 24.2 (Spring 1996): 56–74.

Vol. 23. Steven N. Dworkin, “The Genesis of Old Spanish duecho: An Unrecognized Provencalism”, 23.2 (Spring 1995): 34–50.

Vol. 22. Louise O. Vasvári, “Festive Phallic Discourse in the Libro del Arcipreste”, 22.2 (Spring 1994): 89–117.

Vol. 21. Jane Whetnall, “Isabel González of the Cancionero de Baena and Other Lost Voices”, 21.1 (Fall 1992): 59–82. [End Page 286]