Arte Nuevo. Revista de estudios áureos

New Art. Journal of Golden Age Studies
Arte Nuevo
Arte nuevo es una revista anual publicada sin interrupción desde 2014. Arte nuevo es una revista electrónica de acceso libre dedicada al estudio de la literatura del Siglo de Oro español, pero también, de modo secundario, a la historia y cultura hispánica de la época, entendidas de modo amplio hasta abarcar los textos producidos en España o la órbita del mundo hispánico desde los Países Bajos hasta América, y durante los siglos XVI y XVII. Arte nuevo acepta artículos en diversos idiomas (español, inglés, francés, italiano, portugués y catalán). La calidad de los textos publicados está garantizada por un proceso anónimo de revisión por pares y por un comité de expertos de renombre internacional.

New Art. Journal of Golden Age Studies

Arte nuevo (New Art. Journal of Golden Age Studies) is an annual journal published without interruptions since 2014. Arte nuevo is a free-access electronic publication dedicated to the study of Golden Age Spanish literature, but also, secondarily, to Early-Modern Spanish history and culture, understood broadly as to comprise texts produced in Spain or in the orbit of the Spanish world, from the Low Countries to America, during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Arte nuevo accepts articles in several languages (Spanish, English, French, Italian, Portuguese, and Catalan). The publications are guaranteed by an anonymous peer-review evaluation process and by a committee of renowned experts at an international level.

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Université de Neuchâtel

Amarilis: la construcción de una elegía

Pedraza Jiménez, Felipe B.

In: Arte Nuevo, 2017, vol. 4, p. 143-194

A study of the manuscript of Lope de Vegaʼs eclogue Amarilis, contained in the Daza codex, reveals a series of signs and indications, disregarded by critics until now, which shed light on some curious variations and on the vicissitudes of the creative process. The poet considered three versions of different length (1200 lines approximately, 971 lines, and 1337), depending on the form in...

Université de Neuchâtel

Aniquilar la Ilustración o el canon cristiano de la lectura en el siglo XVIII

Rodríguez Sánchez de León, María José

In: Arte Nuevo, 2017, vol. 4, p. 955-986

This work studies the theory of reading and the proposal of literary interpretation put forward, as a complement to institutional censorship, by part of the clergy in the last quarter of the 18th century. Based on the analysis of a paradigmatic French text by Nicolas Jamin, the Treatise on Christian Reading (1774) and its translation into Spanish (1784), we analyse the will to establish a...

Université de Neuchâtel

Apuntes sobre falsificación y plagio en la república literaria española del siglo XVIII

Álvarez Barrientos, Joaquín

In: Arte Nuevo, 2017, vol. 4, p. 921-954

This paper presents some apocryphal and plagiarisms that occurred in eighteenth century Spain to show how these practices contributed to the consolidation of the Republic of Letters.

Université de Neuchâtel

Aristocracia, academia e imprenta: Díez y Foncalda en su entorno aragonés

Cano Turrión, Elena

In: Arte Nuevo : Revista de estudios áureos, 2019, vol. 6, p. 193-240

In the Zaragoza of the mid-seventeenth century proliferated academies and the printing of poetry books; the relationships between the authors formed a thick plot (academies, dedications, preliminaries, anthologies...) in which more than literary links were established. Taking as point of departure the figure of Alberto Díez y Foncalda (Poesías varias, Juan de Ibar, Zaragoza, 1653), we...

Université de Neuchâtel

Arte Nuevo. Revista de estudios áureos = Art nouveau. Revue d'études de l'Age d'Or

Sánchez Jiménez; Antonio ; Sáez, Adrián J.

Neuchâtel : Université de Neuchâtel

Vol. 1(2014)-

Arte nuevo (New Art. Journal of Golden Age Studies) is an annual journal published without interruptions since 2014. Arte nuevo is a free-access electronic publication dedicated to the study of Golden Age Spanish literature, but also, secondarily, to Early-Modern Spanish history and culture, understood broadly as to comprise texts produced in Spain or in the orbit of the Spanish world, from the...