Paul Carranza

Lecturer of Spanish

Dr. Carranza's research interests are Spanish medieval and Golden Age literature, Italian Renaissance literature, the Classical tradition, epigraphy and literature.

Department:
Spanish and Portuguese
Education:
B.A. American University
M.A. University of Pennsylvania
Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania

Selected Publications

“Spanish Literature—Medieval”; “Vega, Lope de.” The Virgil Encyclopedia.  Ed. Richard F. Thomas and Jan M. Ziolkowski, with the assistance of Anna Bonnell-Freidin, Christian Flow, and Michael B. Sullivan.  3 vols.  Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley Blackwell, 2014.

“Voice, Writing, and Echo in the Structure of Garcilaso’s Égloga tercera.”  Calíope 14.1 (2008): 23-46.

“Cipión, Berganza, and the Aesopic Tradition.”  Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 141-63.

“Philosophical Songs: The ‘Song of Iopas’ in the Aeneid and the Francesca Episode in Inferno 5.”  Dante Studies 120 (2002): 35-51.