New issue received from: BULLETIN OF CERVANTES SOCIETY OF AMERICA (vol. XXXI, nº 2. Fall, 2011)
Summary of this issue:
*Editor's note. Bruce R Burningham
*Luís Andrés Murillo Best Article of 2011: EC Graf. Bruce R Burningham
EDITED BY JULIEN SIMON, BARBARA SIMERKA AND HOWARD MANCING
*Introduction to “Cognitive Cervantes”: Integrating Mind and Cervantes´s Texts. Julien Simon
*Embodied Cognitive Science and the Study of Literature. Howard Mancing.
*Cervantes and the Cognitive Ideas of His Time: Mind and development in Don Quijote. Elizabeth Jaen.
*”What rumor is that?”: Embodied Agency and Representational Hunger in Don Quixote. Cory A. Reed.
*The Smellscape of Don Quijote: A Cognitive Approach. Steven Wagschal.
* Cervantes Lands a Left Hook: Baiting the Inquisition with Ekphrastic Subversion. Massimiliano A. Giorgini.
*Affective Dissonance and Literary Mediation: Emotion Processing, Ethical Signification, and Aesthetic Autonomy in Cervantes's Art of the Novel. Donald R. Wehrs.
*Beyond Cognition: Don Quixote and other Embodied Minds. Catherine Connor-Swietlicki.
*Afterword: The Future of Cognitive Literary Studies. Barbara Simerka.
*Cervantes in Moriscoland. William Childers.
*Rachel Schmidt. Forms of Modernity: DON QUIXOTE and Modern Theories of the Novel. Michael Schham.
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