About

 

I’m an AHRC-funded doctoral student at King’s College, Cambridge, where I am researching how memory was theorized and practiced in early modern Spanish literature and culture under the supervision of Prof Rodrigo Cacho. I’m also interested in Medieval and 20th-century Spanish literature; the History of Rhetoric and Poetics, with an emphasis on memory and visual culture; and cognitive approaches to literature and rhetoric, particularly cognitive pragmatics and embodied cognition

Education


  • MPhil in European, Latin American and Comparative Literatures and Cultures (University of Cambridge, 2021)

  • Grado en Filología Hispánica (Universidad de Extremadura, 2020)

  • Grado en Filología Clásica (Universidad de Extremadura, 2019)

Upcoming Talks and Conferences


  • “Fernando de Herrera, poeta e historiador: los ecos de Salustio y Lucrecio en el prólogo de Francisco de Medina a las Anotaciones‘. Global Echoes: The Worlds of Early Modern Spanish Poetry: The 15th Biennial Conference of the Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry, Clare College, Cambridge, 22-24 March 2022

  • with Lucia Delaini (Northwestern University): “Towards Embodied Mnemonics: Body and Cognition in Late Medieval Arts of Memory”. 2022 International Medieval Conference, Leeds, 4-9 July 2022

  • “Herrera’s Rhetoric of Literary Glory”. International Society for the History of Rhetoric Twenty-Third Biennial Conference, Nijmegen, 26-30 July 2022

Memberships


  • Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry

  • Society for Mnemonic Studies

  • Asociación Jóvenes Investigadores en Literaturas Hispánicas ALEPH

Carlos Iglesias-Crespo

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