RELATED LINKS OF INTEREST
- ATHE: Association of Theater in Higher Education
The superb website of the Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro, created and maintained by A. Robert Lauer
- Bulletin of the Comediantes
Plots and Characters: A database with linked lists of all of Tirso's characters
together with a study of the use of names in Tirso's plays, plus plot summaries
in English and a search utility
An electronic journal designed for those interested in early peninsular and
Spanish-American literature by Chris Weimer, Barbara Simerka, and James T.
Virtual: A marvelous site dealing with Hispanic literature at the University
Príncipe Virtual: A beautifully prepared site by J. M. Ruano de la Haza
at the University of Ottawa
conquista de América: An anthology of colonial Latin American texts with
notes in German, at the University of Mainz
- Centro Virtual Cervantino: A site of the Instituto Cervantes
Spanish Play: a link to a group in England that is regularly performing Classic Spanish drama
- InfoEscena: From Spain, a web site devoted to the theater, music, and dance in Spain.
del Siglo de Oro: Golden Age Spanish Sonnets: A site by Alix Ingber of Sweet Briar College, devoted to the sonnet of Spain's Golden Age, presenting more than 100 sonnets along with English translations.
- Cervantes Project: A comprehensive site at Texas A and M University dedicated to Cervantes, including his collected works, biography, bibliography, and images.
- Project Alexandria: an electronic library of world literature in many languages and styles that is being developed in Italy.
- WWW Virtual Library: Theatre and Drama: Links to theater resources from more than 50 countries around the world.
Polifemo: Eric W. Vogt's site dealing with "El Polifemo," by Luis de Góngora, that also offers a link to Professor Jehle's own anthology of poetry from the Golden Age.
- Mining Company: Spanish Language: a site devoted to information about Spanish language and literature and Hispanic culture
- Cultural Readings: Colonization and Print in the Americas: The University of Pennsylvania's site has a vast collection of materials dealing with colonial Latin America
- Project Gutenberg: The site that aims to contain electronic texts of all World Literature
A Cervantists site that encourages scholarly exchanges
- Quevedo Bibliography: If you interested in Quevedo studies, see this bibliography prepared by Roger and Clare Moore
- Department of Literature at the University of Navarra: A site that is very interesting. They published electronic texts of all of Calderón's Autos sacramentales.
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Most recent update:
16 Mar 2011