Christina E. Ivers

School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures - Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Ph.D. Candidate
Lecturer
Advisor: Isidro Rivera
Primary office:
785-864-1138
Wescoe Hall 2637
University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS


Summary

Christi Ivers is a Ph.D candidate in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese. She holds a BA in English (Drake University), a BSE in Secondary Education (Drake University), and an MA in Spanish (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.

Office Hours: T 9:30-11:30; R 11:30-12:30

Teaching Interests

  • Communicative Competence
  • Inclusiveness
  • Pedagogy and method for undergraduate research
  • Authentic Texts

Research

"Imprints of Devotion: Print and the Passion in the Iberian World (1472-1598)"

Research Interests

  • Late Medieval and Early Modern Literature
  • Iberian and French Literary Culture

Selected Publications

  • 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.
     
     

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