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Albert Lloret

Associate Professor

Albert Lloret specializes in the literature of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Among his current projects and fothcoming publications are studies of space in lyric poetry, sixteenth-century engagements with medieval texts, the printing of chivalric romance Tirant lo Blanc, and (in collaboration with Michael Papio) a critical edition of Giovanni Boccaccio’s geographical dictionary De montibus. He is one of the Founding Editors of Digital Philology and a General Editor of Translat Library 

Research Areas

  • Medieval and Renaissance Iberian Literatures
  • Textual Scholarship
  • Translation Studies
  • Digital Humanities

Publications

Books

Edited collections

Selected articles and book chapters

Courses Recently Taught

Spanish 312: Oral and Written Expression
Spanish 320: Literary Currents - Spain I
Spanish 497BL: Bad Lovers
Spanish 597ET: Editorial Theory for Digital Environments
Spanish 697DQ: Don Quixote
Spanish 697PS: Poetry and the Production of Space
Spanish 797R: Renaissance Readers, Medieval Texts