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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Taft Lecture, Spanish: Javier Blasco "Anonimia y creación literaria en los siglos de oro"

Invited by the Romance Languages Department of the University of Cincinnati, Professor Javier Blasco (University of Valladolid Spain) gives the talk "Anonimity and literary creation in the Spanish Golden Age"

Several major works of Spanish Early Modern literature were anonymous. The lecture explores the social and textual implications of anonymity and draws from several disciplines, including forensic linguistics.

Muchas piezas mayores de la temprana literatura moderna en lengua española son anónimas. Esta conferencia explora las implicaciones sociales y textuales de la anonimia, abrevando de distintas disciplinas, incluyendo la lingüística forense.

Lecture date: April 19, 2010

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