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C O N T R I B U T O R S Shifra Armon (Johns Hopkins 1994) is Assistant Professor of Medieval and Golden Age Spanish literatures at the University of Florida. Her forthcoming book, Picking Wedlock: Women and the Courtship Novel in Golden Age Spain (Rowman and Littlefield) aligns the courtship novel genre with that of the courtesy guide, the better to foreground women's contribution to early prose-fiction in . She has contributed critical articles to Cervantes: Bulletin ofthe Cervantes Society of America, Revista canadiense de estudios hispdnicos and Romance Languages Annual . sarmon@rll.ufl.edu Eloy R. Gonzalez is Associate Professor of Spanish at Washington State University. His main research interests are the libros de caballerias and the burlesque poetry of the Golden Age. He has published La conclusion del Amadis de Gaula: Las sergas de Esplandian de Garci Rodriguez de Montalvo (Scripta Humanistica, 2001) and articles ranging from theAmadis to the comedia burlesca. He is working on a booklength study of the burlesque-erotic poetry of the Golden Age. James Iffland (B.A. Vanderbilt, Ph.D. Brown) is Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies at Boston University. He is the author of Quevedo and the Grotesque, Defiestasy aguafiestas: risa, locura e ideologia en Cervantes y Avellaneda, Ensayos sobre la poesia revolucionario de Centroamerica, and editor of Quevedo in Perspective: Eleven Essaysfor the Quadricentennial, and Quevedo's El Buscon. He is currently a member of the executive committee of the Division on Spanish Golden Age Prose and Poetry of the MLA, and the Selection Committee of the Katherine Singer Kovacs Prize. Francisco Marquez Villanueva was born in Seville in 1931. He has taught in Spain, Canada, and the USA, and has lectured around the world. He is Arthur Kingsley Porter Professor of Romance Languages at Harvard University and Member of Honor of the Hispanic Society of America. He published his first book, Investigaciones sobre Juan Alvarez Gato in 1960. Since then he has written extensively on Medieval and Golden Age Spanish Literature. His last book is 'Menosprecio de corte y alabanza de aldea' y el tema dulico en la obra defray Antonio de Guevara (Universidad de Santander, 1999). Mark J. Mascia (Ph.D. Columbia University) is Assistant Professor of Spanish at Sacred Heart University. He has articles forthcoming in Hispanic Journal and Romance Studies about different aspects of the lyric poetry of Lope de Vega, as well as an article in Textos about Max Aub and the Spanish Civil War. He has also published articles relat- 156 «S CONTRIBUTORS lar poetry, masciam@sacredheart.edu Alexander J. McNair (Ph.D. the University of Texas, 19?9) is Assistant Professor of Spanish at The University of Wisconsin-Parkside. He is currently revising and expanding his dissertation (Lope de Vega's Politics : 1598-1612), a study of the way in which Lope appropriates early modern political discourse, mcnair@uwp.edu ...


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