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Friday Workshop – Sanda Munjic (University of Toronto) “The Arms and Letters Debate in the Context of the Passions of the Soul: Negotiating Models of Masculinity in Late Medieval and Early Modern Spanish Amorous Literature”

January 28, 2011 at 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Sanda Munjic specializes in late medieval and early modern Spanish literature. Her research interests include pre-modern theories of the passions of the soul and representations of love in premodern Spanish literature. She has published on Diego de San Pedro’s Cárcel de amor and on Góngora’s Soledades. Her book-length manuscript, My Sweet Enemy: The Politics of Amorous Suffering in Late Medieval and Early Modern Spanish Literature is currently under consideration for publication. A section of the book deals with the topic of arms and letters.
The Friday Workshops are a series of workshops in an informal setting, designed to give students and faculty opportunities to present works in progress for interdisciplinary critical discussion.


January 28, 2011
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
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