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JOHN K. WALSH AWARD ThisAward isgiven annually to an outstanding articlepublished in La corónica during the previous volume. The selection of the recipient ofthis award is made by the Executive Committee ofthe MLA Division on Medieval Spanish Language and Literature in memory of distinguished medievalistJohn K Walsh (1939-1990), with the tribute being celebrated each year at a reception at the Modern Language Association Convention. Vol. 21 — Jane Whetnall, "Isabel González of the Cancionero de Baena and Other Lost Voices", 21.1 (Fall, 1992): 59-82. Vol. 22 — Louise O. Vasvari, "Festive Phallic Discourse in the Libro del Arcipreste", 22.2 (Spring, 1994): 89-117. Vol. 23 — Steven N. Dworkin, "The Genesis of Old Spanish duecho: An Unrecognized Provençalism", 23.2 (Spring, 1995): 34-50. Vol. 24 - Ross Brann, Ángel Sáenz-Badillos y Judit Targarona, "Sëmu'el ibn Sason y su poesía hebrea en la Castilla del siglo XIV", 24.2 (Spring, 1996): 56-74. Vol. 25 — E. Michael Gerii, "Performing Nobility: Mosén Diego de Valera and the Poetics of Converso Identity", 25.1 (Fall, 1996): 19-36. Vol. 26 — Julian Weiss, "On the Conventionality of the Cantigas d'amor", 26.1 (Fall, 1997): 225-45. Vol. 27 — Charlotte Stern, "Recovering the Theater of Medieval Spain (and Europe): The Islamic Evidence", 27.2 (Spring, 1999): 119-53. Vol. 28 — Richard R Kinkade and John E. Keller, "Myth and Reality in the Miracle oí Cantiga 29", 28.1 (Fall, 1999): 35-69. 208John K Walsh Award La corónica 31.1, 2002 Vol. 29 — Barbara F. Weissberger, "The Gendered Taxonomy ofSpanish Romance", 29.1 (Fall, 2000): 205-29. Vol. 30 — Emily Francomano, '"¿Qué dizes de las mujeres?': Doncella Teodor as the Conclusion to Bocados de oro", 30.1 (Fall, 2001): 87110 . ...

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ISSN
1947-4261
Print ISSN
0193-3892
Pages
pp. 207-208
Launched on MUSE
2012-04-04
Open Access
No
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