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  • Call for Papers:Cluster on Research Tools for the Hispanomedievalist

La corónica would like to invite scholars to submit a paper for a cluster on research tools for the Hispanomedievalist. The guest editors would like this special issue to become a complete reference manual for Hispanomedieval studies. It is conceived as being useful for students as well as updating scholars of the most recent developments in the field. Papers that address recent polemics on the status of Neophilology or explore Medievalism as a field across the Romance Culture world are also welcome.

Possible topics include:

  • • Medieval libraries and archives

  • • Codicology

  • • Incunabula and post-incunabula

  • • Paleography

  • • Textual criticism

  • • Identification of sources (encyclopedias, dictionaries, polyantheae, florilegii, etc.)

  • • Manuscript dating

  • • Manuscript geographical adscription through linguistic analysis

Those interested should indicate their intention to submit an article (preferably including a possible title and synopsis) to one of the guest editors of the volume, Antonio Cortijo Ocaña ( or Ángel Gómez Moreno (, as soon as possible. Submissions will be evaluated by a committee of peers, and those selected will be published in La corónica in the fall of 2010. All papers should adhere to the style recommendations of La corónica (<>) and will be due electronically on February 28, 2010. [End Page 279]



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