Dr Geraldine Hazbun

Publications

Books:

Geraldine Hazbun, Narratives of the Islamic Conquest from Medieval Spain, The New Middle Ages (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015): www.palgrave.com/page/detail/Narratives-of-the-Islamic-Conquest-from-Medieval-Spain/

Geraldine Coates, Treacherous Foundations: Betrayal and Collective Identity in Early Spanish Epic, Chronicle, and Drama (Woodbridge: Tamesis, 2009)

A Companion to Spanish Women’s Studies ed. Geraldine Hazbun & Xon de Ros (Woodbridge: Tamesis, 2011)

Book Chapters:

‘Memory as Mester in the Libro de Alexandre and Libro de Apolonio’, in Medieval Hispanic Studies in Memory of Alan Deyermond, ed. Andrew M. Beresford, Louise Haywood, Julian Weiss (Woodbridge: Tamesis, 2013)

Geraldine Coates, ‘Vida latente, literature viviente: Menéndez Pidal and the Romancero, Forty Years On’, in 1968-2008: The Work of Ramón Menéndez Pidal Forty Years After his Death, Papers of the Medieval Hispanic Research Seminar & Publications of the Magdalen Iberian Medieval Studies Seminar (London: Department of Hispanic Studies, Queen Mary, University of London, 2011)

Geraldine Coates, ‘Female Foundations in the Libro de Alexandre and Poema de Fernán González’ in Geraldine Hazbun and Xon de Ros (eds.), A Companion to Spanish Women’s Studies (Woodbridge: Tamesis, 2011)

Geraldine Coates, ‘Lope, the Chronicle-Legend Plays, and Collective Memory’ in Alexander Samson and Jonathan Thacker (eds.), A Companion to Lope de Vega (London: Tamesis, 2008), 131-47

Geraldine Coates, ‘Non ay cosa escondida: secreto y revelación en el Libro de Buen Amor’, Actas del II Congreso Internacional homenaje a Alan Deyermond, Alcalá la Real 10-12 mayo 2007, ed. Louise Haywood and Francisco Toro, with the help of Francisco Bautista and Geraldine Coates (Alcalá la Real: Ayuntamiento 2008), 99–107

Geraldine Coates, ‘Et si desto menguas: decadencia imperial en la Estoria de España’ in Francisco Bautista (ed.), El relato historiográfico: textos y tradiciones en la españa medieval, Papers of the Medieval Hispanic Research Seminar, 48 (London: Department of Hispanic Studies, Queen Mary, University of London, 2006), 103–21

Geraldine Coates, ‘¡Rey don Sancho, Rey don Sancho, no digas que no te aviso!: la representación de Vellido Dolfos en la leyenda de Sancho II’ in Robert Archer, Valdi Astvaldsson, Stephen Boyd and Michael Thompson (eds.), Antes y después del Quijote: en el cincuentenario de la Asociación de Hispanistas de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda (Valencia: Biblioteca Valenciana, 2005), 171–80

Journal Articles:

Geraldine Hazbun, ‘“Más avremos adelant”: Minaya Álvar Fáñez and the Heroic Vision in the Cantar de Mio Cid’, Bulletin of Spanish Studies, vol 88 (2011)

Geraldine Coates, ‘The 1541 Crónica general and the Historical Theatre of Juan de la Cueva and Lope de Vega: An Epic Debt’, Bulletin of the Comediantes, 60.1 (2008)

Geraldine Coates, ‘Endings Lost and Found in the Poema de Fernán González’, Hispanic Research Journal, 9 (2008)

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