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CONTRIBUTORS Jesús David Jerez-Gómez isAssistant Professor of Spanish at California State University, San Bernardino. He received his Ph.D. in Spanish Literature from the University of California, Davis, with a dissertation on performance and oral public transmission of literature titled “Orality and Oralization in Early Modern Spanish Society.” While at UC Davis he participated in the Folk Literature of the Sephardic Jews and Ballad Project with Prof. Samuel G. Armistead: http://www.sephardifolklit.org/flsj/. His research and teaching interests range across Golden Age and Medieval Spanish Literature, with particular interest in Cervantes, poetry and performance. jdjerez@csusb.edu Matteo Lefèvre es profesor de Lengua y Traducción Española en la Universidad de Roma “Tor Vergata”. Crítico y traductor, colabora con varias revistas italianas y extranjeras, y en sus investigaciones se ha ocupado principalmente de la lírica del Renacimiento español, de lengua y traducción literaria y de poesía y editoría hispánicas de los siglos XVI al XXI. Ha publicado el libro Una poesia per l’Impero. Lingua, editoria e tipologie del petrarchismo tra Spagna e Italia nell’epoca di Carlo V (2006) y ha cuidado la edición de una antología de poemas de José Agustín Goytisolo, Poesia civile (2006), y otra de cuentos de Leopoldo Alas “Clarín”, La moglie imperfetta e altri racconti (2008). Además, ha traducido poesía de varios autores contemporáneos (Carlos Barral, Jacobo Cortines, Julia Piera, Carmelo Vera, Joan-EliesAdell, Gemma Gorga, Ricardo Menéndez Salmón etc.). matteo.lefevre@libero.it Javier Lorenzo is Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies at East Carolina University. He is the author of Nuevos casos, nuevas artes: intertextualidad, autorrepresentación e ideología en la obra de Juan Boscán. Other publications include articles on Garcilaso de la Vega, Jorge de Montemayor, Herrera, Lope de Vega, and Cervantes. He is currently working on a book on the relation between place and politics in early modern Spanish literature. The essay contained in this issue is part of that project. lorenzoj@ecu.edu Elias L. Rivers, born in 1924, studied at the College of Charleston, at Georgetown University, and (after military service in WWII) at Yale University, specializing in foreign languages and, eventually, in Spanish Renaissance and Baroque poetry. The sonnet is of particular interest to him. eliasrivers@comcast.net CALÍOPE Vol. 15, No. 2, 2009: p. 114 ...

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ISSN
2377-9551
Print ISSN
1084-1490
Pages
p. 114
Launched on MUSE
2017-11-06
Open Access
No
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