This thesis examines the Jesuit and Ignatian influence on the works of Juan Eusebio Nieremberg (1595-1658), who was a prolific and widely published author and a member of the Society of Jesus in Spain. He wrote several works across different literary genres both in Spanish and Latin, but was best known for his popular works in Spanish: two miscellanies of natural philosophy, Curiosa filosofía (1630) and Oculta filosofía (1633); a catechism, th ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Creator||D Scott Hendrickson;|
|Subject||Languages (Medieval and Modern) and non-English literature Literatures of Romance languages Spanish & Portuguese literatures Spanish|
The term Open Educational Resources (OER) was coined in 2002 in discussions at the Forum on the Impact of Open Courseware UNESCO. It describes "the provision of educational resources on open license, enabled by information technologies and communication, for consultation, use and adaptation by a community of users with non-commercial purposes".
In June 2012, Community OER and UNESCO celebrated 10 years in the area of Open World Congress ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||José Vladimir Burgos Aguilar; María del Carmen Cabrera; Elizabeth Cadme; et al|
|Subject||Spanish & Portuguese literatures Education Applied linguistics Comparative and international education Economics and education e-Learning Learning facilitation Literacy Vocational and professional learning Internet research Internet and everyday life Shaping the Internet Internet and science and learning Library & information science|
This dissertation comprises the first study of the poetry of the Portuguese humanist Diogo de Teive (1513-14 – c. 1569). It examines and presents a scholarly edition of the Epithalamium which Teive composed on the occasion of the marriage of Princess Maria of Portugal to Alessandro Farnese in 1565. It also critically explores the work in which the poem was published, the Epodon libri tres (Lisbon, 1565).
Because both th ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Creator||Catarina I. B. C. Fouto;|
|Subject||Spanish & Portuguese literatures|
This thesis studies, through a literary and theological analysis of her writings and an examination of her background, how a fifteenth century Spanish nun called Teresa de Cartagena dealt spiritually with disability. She was physically disabled, having become deaf as an adult but also having endured many illnesses. Her first book, Arboleda de los enfermos, was written to pass on to other sufferers the spiritual lessons she had learned from her ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Creator||Hilary E. Pearson;|
|Subject||Late antiquity and the Middle Ages Christianity and Christian spirituality Spanish & Portuguese literatures|
|Abstract||This study takes a close look at one of Miguel de Cervantes's Ocho comedias, (1615), El rufián dichoso, examining the apparently chaotic dramatic form of the play. It suggests that, as has been documented for other works in his collection of unperformed pieces, Cervantes wanted, in this religious play, to comment upon and parody the form of the new drama as it had developed under Lope de Vega and his followers. Analysis of the p ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]|
|Subject||Spanish & Portuguese literatures Literature (non-English)|