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Spain & the Mediterranean

Author: Benjamin F Taggie; Richard W Clement; James E Caraway; Dowling College.
Publisher: Kirksville, Mo. : Thomas Jefferson University Press, ©1992.
Series: Mediterranean studies (Warrensburg, Mo.), v. 3.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : SpanishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Spain & the Mediterranean.
Kirksville, Mo. : Thomas Jefferson University Press, ©1992
(OCoLC)595366052
Online version:
Spain & the Mediterranean.
Kirksville, Mo. : Thomas Jefferson University Press, ©1992
(OCoLC)607869763
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin F Taggie; Richard W Clement; James E Caraway; Dowling College.
ISBN: 0943549140 9780943549149
OCLC Number: 24067806
Notes: Chiefly papers from the thirteenth annual Dowling College Mediterranean Conference, held in Murcia and Cartagena, Spain, July 9-13, 1990, and sponsored by Dowling College, the Del Mar Foundation, the Autonomous Community of Murcia, and Millersville University of Pennsylvania.
Description: xvi, 153 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Sobre el oficio escriber / Camilo José Cela --
La vision de España por los ingleses desde el siglo XVI a nuestros días / Sir Raymond Carr --
Monastic Inland Empires and the Mediterranean coastal reconquest in New Catalonia, 1050-1276 / Lawrence J. McCrank --
Chaucer in Spain: the historical context / Benjamin F. Taggie --
Medieval Iberian perspectives on new worlds / Clara Estow --
Protestantism in sixteenth-century Spain / A. Gordon Kinder --
Juan de Valdés and the conciliar diplomacy of Charles V / Daniel A. Crews --
"An intolerable excess": the creation of the Parish of Paradina / Allyson Poska --
Cultural hegemony: its implications for modern Spanish historiography / Victoria L. Enders --
Murcia, Valencia, and Catalonia: Spain's Mediterranean growth axis / John Naylon --
Italian community studies 1951 to the present: the relation of the part to the whole / Donald S. Pitkin --
The plague and the saint: a religious legend in an Alpine community / Elizabeth Mathias, Richard Raspa --
Albert Camus and the ethics of rebellion / James E. Caraway --
Consciousness to conscious in Camus: the embedding of the author's Mediterranean experience in his novels / Susan L. Rosenstreich.
Series Title: Mediterranean studies (Warrensburg, Mo.), v. 3.
Other Titles: Spain and the Mediterranean
Responsibility: Benjamin F. Taggie, Richard W. Clement, James E. Caraway, editors.
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