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Noelia Cirnigliaro


Assistant Professor of Spanish

Prof. Noelia Cirnigliaro
Photo: Eli Burakian

Department of Spanish and Portuguese
6072 Dartmouth Hall
Hanover, NH 03755-3511

Office: 340 Dartmouth Hall

2014 Spring Office Hours: LSA Buenos Aires

Telephone: (603) 646-3380
Fax: (603) 646-3695
E-mail: Noelia.Cirnigliaro@Dartmouth.edu

Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (2009)
B.A., University of Buenos Aires (2002)

Primary Interests

  • Early Modern Spanish Literature, Theater and Culture
  • Baroque visual and material cultures
  • Issues of domesticity and the everyday
  • Women writers

Selected Publications

  • "'Dulce es refugio': El peregrino de Góngora se detiene." Poetry in Motion. The Dynamics of Creation and Conversation. Eds. Jean Andrews and Isabel Torres (Woodbridge: Tamesis) [Forthcoming 2014]
  • "Micrographia del chapín: la virilla de plata del Siglo de Oro." Bulletin of the Comediantes 66.1. [Forthcoming 2014]
  • Touching the Ground: Female Footwear in the Early Modern Hispanic World. Special Issue of Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 14.2 (June 2013). Co-edited by Noelia Cirnigliaro and John Beusterien
  • "Touching the Ground: Female Footwear in the Early Modern Hispanic World. An Introduction." Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 14.2 (June 2013): 107-119. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/fv7NxZEGYgTKTb7ahTC9/full
  • Prologue "Ocho (como los de Cervantes) entre-meses, a la manera de prólogo" to the play by Frédéric Conrod. El hijo de Hernández. Madrid: Ediciones Antígona, 2012. 9-13.
  • "Megalografía y Rhopografía: Lecciones de cultura visual en María de Zayas y Mariana de Carvajal." Letras Femeninas 38.2 (2012): 45-68
  • "'Sin que en todos ellos viese luz': Zayas en penumbra," eHumanista, Journal of Iberian Studies 22 (Fall 2012) 237-251 [Special issue entitled "Nocturnalia: poéticas de la noche en España (siglos XV-XVIII)." Eds. Antonio Cortijo Ocaña and Enrique García Santo-Tomás.] http://www.ehumanista.ucsb.edu/volumes/volume_22/index.shtml
  • "'Inhospitable desert': Inhabiting the Inn in Early Modern Spanish Theater." Mediaevalia 32 (2012): 197-220. http://www.sunypress.edu/p-5260-mediaevalia-volume-32-issue-1-annual.aspx
  • "Los postreros duelos de Calderón: El diálogo de las artes en la escena cortesana." Ed. Melchora Romanos and Florencia Calvo. El Gran Teatro de la Historia. Calderón y el Drama Barroco. Buenos Aires: E.U.D.E.B.A., 2002. 41-60.
  • "Versiones de la historia, versiones de la leyenda: Sobre la comedia hagiográfica de Lope de Vega," Filología 33.1-2 (2000): 187-206.

Upcoming Courses:

  • Spanish 6. Buenos Aires a través de su literatura. (Language Study Abroad in Buenos Aires)
  • Spanish 9: Culture and Conversation: Advanced Spanish Language.
  • Spanish 73. Special Topics in Hispanic Literary and Cultural Production. Under the Influence. Intoxicating Goods and Vicious Texts from Early Modern Spain.

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Last Updated: 3/28/14