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Christi Ivers is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese. She holds a B.A. in English from Drake University, a B.S.E. in Secondary Education from Drake University, and a M.A. in Spanish from University of Kansas. She was the recipient of the Robert A. Granberg Award for Excellence in Teaching for the 2016-2017 academic year. Ivers is an assistant editor for La Corónica Commons, an online network of Ibero-medievalists. Her research examines devotional and visual culture in printed books and their social milieux.
- Communicative Competence
- Pedagogy and method for undergraduate research
- Authentic Texts
"Imprints of Devotion: Print and the Passion in the Iberian World (1472-1598)"
- Late Medieval and Early Modern Literature
- Iberian and French Literary Culture
- Ivers, Christina E. “Risky Collaboration in Fifteenth-Century Printing and Cárcel de amor.” La corónica 43.2 (2015): 85-109.
- "'A la dança mortal venit los nasçidos:' The Dance of Death and Manuscript T of the Libro de buen amor." Under review by Revista Hispánica Moderna, Fall 2018.
- "Bibliography of Race and Visibility in Medieval Iberia." With Ángel Rañales Pérez and Erik Alder. La corónica Commons, July 2018.
- "Text, Translation, and Critical Interpretation of Joan de Roís de Corella's Tragédia de Caldesa by Peter Coccozzella." Review. La corónica, Spring 2017.