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Patricia W. Manning

Associate Professor, Spanish & Portuguese
Primary office:
3039 Wescoe Hall


 

Current Research
 
 
 
Current Projects
She is working on a book project that studies the manner in which Baltasar Gracián's El Criticón negotiates publication strictures as well as several articles concerning contemporary re-writings of seventeenth-century texts.
 
 
Research Interests
Early modern literature including sixteenth- and seventeenth-century poetry and prose, emblems, and the Inquisition.
 
 
Selected Publications
She has published on the Quijote in Hispania and JAISA and has articles forthcoming on Spanish dream culture in Mediterranean Studies and Jesuit publication protocol in Explorations in Renaissance Culture (EIRC).
 
 
Courses Taught
 
 
 
Education
Ph.D. and M.A. (M.Phil.) Ph.D. degrees from Yale University 
B.A. from Brown University

 


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