For pre-1800 Romance languages, literatures, and culture; almost all are free and publicly-accessible, some (projects, usually) require subscription.
The Cluster’s next meeting will be on Wednesday the 6th of January at 3:00 p.m., in Buchanan Tower 826.
“From Sacred to Secular and from Secular to Sacred: The Role of Text-Music Relations in Two Lyric Contrafacta”, in The Church and Vernacular Literature in Medieval France, ed. Dorothea Kullmann, Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, 2009 (Toronto Studies in Romance Philology 1), 214-23.
See also PIMS: New and Recent Titles
13-14 November 2009
Green College, UBC, Vancouver
Writing the World
Plenary speaker: Professor Heather Blurton
(University of California, Santa Barbara)
“Writing the World in Gerald of Wales: Language, Ethnography, and the Marvels of the West”
Convenor: Chantal Phan (Also: conference and exploratory workshop)
Raúl Álvarez-Moreno (Contact for other departments and programs)
Kim Beauchesne (Contacts with Green College)
Nancy Frelick (Conference and exploratory workshop)
Juliet O’Brien (Website)