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Patricia E. Grieve

Nancy and Jeffrey Marcus Professor in the Humanities
School: 
School of the Arts
Department: 
Latin American and Iberian Cultures
Office: 
Casa Hispánica 401
Email: 
peg1@columbia.edu
Phone: 
212-854-4338
Appointments
  • Member, Educational Policy and planning committee, Global Education Subcommittee
Biography

Professor Grieve's expertise includes Medieval Spanish and comparative literature and Golden Age literature. Publications include: Desire and Death in the Spanish Sentimental Romance, 1440-1550; "Floire and Blancheflor" and the European Romance; articles in MLN, Hispanic Review, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies and Romance Quarterly. Current projects: Framed: Legal Fictions and the Medieval and Renaissance Novella Tradition and Women and National Allegory and the Conversion of History in Medieval and Early Modern Spain.

Research & Other Works
Book
Desire and Death in the Spanish Sentimental Romance, 1440-1550
Article
Reconsidering Early Modern Women’s Reading, or How Margaret Hoby Read Her De Mornay
Sidney's Sapphics and the Role of Interpretive Communities
The Indistinct Human in Renaissance Literature. Jean E. Feerick and Vin Nardizzi
Article
The Case of Lady Anne Clifford; Or, Did Women Have a Mixed Monarchy?
 
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