Submitted by (inactive)


1. December 28th 2008 (Lecture). "From Roncesvalles to Reconstruction: Textual Considerations on the Lost Spanish Epic of Mainete." Modern Language Association (Spanish Medieval Language and Literature Division).

2. October 31st 2008 (Lecture). "Ficciones ideológicas de la nación: El mito del rey Pelayo y los orígenes de España." Myth and Mythmaking in Iberian and Luso-Hispanic Literatures. Franke Institute for the Humanities, University of Chicago.

3. October 8th 2005 (Panel Chair). "Cervantes on the New World." Cervantes and/on/in the New World. UMass Amherst.

4. April 30th 2005 (Panel Chair, Lecture)."Sor Juana y el diablo: El cetro de José y la teología natural". Our Research Matters: New Dialogues on Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies. UMass Amherst.

5. April 22nd 2005 (Lecture). "El debate dialogado y la herencia medieval de ´El curioso impertinente´". Repercusiones e impactos quijotescos: La publicación del Quijote I. University of Chicago.

6. September 10th 2004 (Lecture). "Reading Medieval Iconography: The Story Behind the Image." AATSP 10th Biennial Conference. Yale University.

7. April 23-24 2004 (Director & Co-organizer). Visiones literarias del viejo y nuevo mundo: International Conference on Hispanic Languages & Literatures. UMass Amherst.

 8. April 1st 2004 (Lecture). "Early Chaucer Editions: Printing The Works in the Renaissance." Renaissance Society of America. New York.

 9. October 3rd 2003 (Lecture). "Las Casas' Brief Account and the English Printing Press: European Responses to the Discovery of the New World." New England Conference on Foreign Languages & Literatures. University of Hartford, CT.

10. May 15th 2003 (Lecture). "The Legend of Peter Stubb: Werewolves in Print." Graduate Students Conference. UMass Amherst.

11. April 12th 2003 (Lecture). "Nación e Identidad: Flores y Blancaflor en la Estoria de España." Ante la ley: 13th Annual Conference at Columbia/NYU. King Juan Carlos I Center for Spanish Studies, New York University.