jueves, 30 de octubre de 2014

Seguimos en la Cima de la Cima

Un día caeremos a la Sima de la Sima, pero de momento estamos, según los índices objetivables, en la cima de la cima.

La red social ACADEMIA, "el Facebook de los universitarios", tiene más de once millones de usuarios. Desde hace más de un mes estoy (según el ránking automático de esta red) en su sector superior, o sea, en el 1 por mil de entre los usuarios más visitados.  Tengo  este mes 3.788 visionados de documentos, y 2.709 visitantes distintos. Seguidores y consultas totales figuran en la imagen abajo. ¿Entro en más detalles sobre quién está en ese uno por mil, y quién no? Mejor no.

Deben ser éstos mis 15 minutos de popularidad, si esto cuenta como popularidad. Si no cuenta, al menos son más de 15 minutos, y de 15 días. Quede este pantallazo para acreditarlo, y la copita de píxeles como merecido premio a mi carrera.


academia 2014


Toma, Melpómene,
para ti la gloria ganada por mis méritos,
que yo sólo quiero que ciñas de buen grado
mi cabellera con laurel Délfico.








—oOo—


OTHELLO


—From The Oxford Companion to English Literature, ed. Margaret Drabble.

Othello,  the Moor of Venice, a tragedy by *Shakespeare, written between 1602 and 1604 when it was performed before James I at Whitehall. It was first printed in quarto in 1622, and again in a different version in the *Folio of 1623. The story is taken from *Cinthio, which Shakespeare could have read in Italian or French.

The play's first act (which *Verdi's opera Otello omits) is set in Venice. Desdemona, the daughter of Brabantio, a Venetian senator, has secretly married Othello, a Moor in the service of the state. Accused before the duke and senators of having stolen Brabantio's daughter, Othello explains and justifies his conduct, and is asked by the Senate to lead the Venetian forces against the Turks who are about to attack Cyprus.

In the middle of a storm which disperses the Turkish fleet, Othello lands in Cyprus with Desdemona, Cassio, a yhoung Florentine, who helped him court his wife and whom he has now promoted to be his lieutenant, and Iago, an older soldier, bitterly resentful of being passed over for promotion, who now plans his revenge. Iago uses Roderigo, 'a gull'd Gentleman' in love with Desdemona, to fight with Cassio after he has got him drunk, so that Othello deprives him of his new rank. He then persuades Cassio to ask Desdemona to plead in his favour with Othello, which she warmly does. At the same time he suggests to Othello that Cassio is, and has been, Desdemona's lover, finally, arranging through his wife Emilia, who is Desdemona's waiting-woman, that Othello should see Cassio in possession of a handkerchief which he had given to his bride. Othello is taken in by Iago's promptings and in frenzied jealousy smothers Desdemona in her bed. Iago sets Roderigo to murder Cassio, but when Roderigo fails to to this Iago kills him and Emilia as well, after she has proved Desdemona's innocence to Othello. Emilia's evidence and letters found on Roderigo prove Iago's guilt; he is arrested, and Othello, having tried to stab him, kills himself.

According to *Rymer one of the play's morals was 'a warning to all good wives that they look well to their linen'. *Coleridge in a famous phrase described Iago's soliloquy at the end of I. iii as 'the motive-hunting of motiveless malignity'.


Revenge Tragedy

From The Oxford Companion to English Literature:

revenge tragedy, a dramatic genre that flourished in the late Elizabethan and Jacobean period, sometimes known as 'the tragedy of blood'. Kyd's *The Spanish Tragedy (c. 1587), a much-quoted prototype, helped to establish a demand for this popular form; later examples are Marlowe's *The Jew of Malta, Shakespeare's *Titus Andronicus, *The Revenger's Tragedy, and, most notably, *Hamlet; there are also strong revenge leemnts in *Webster. Common ingredients include the hero's quest for vengeance, often at the prompting of the ghost of a murdered kinsman or loved one; scenes of real or feigned insanity; a play-within-a-play; scenes in graveyards, severed limbs, scenes of carnage and mutilation, etc. Many of these items were inherited from Senecan drama, with the difference that in revenge tragedy violence was not reported but took place on stage: as Vendice in The Revenger's Tragedy rather baldly puts it, while in the process of slowly murdering the duke, 'when the bad bleeds, then is the tragedy good.' The revenge code also produced counter-attacks, as in *The Atheist's Tragedy, in Chapman's *The Revenge of Bussy d'Ambois, and again in Hamlet, in which the heroes refuse or hesitate to follow the convention.

The Revenge of Bussy d'Ambois, a tragedy by G. *Chapman, written 1610/11, printed 1613, a sequel to *Bussy D'Ambois.
     Clermont D'Ambois, brother of Bussy, described by his close friend the duc de Guise as the ideal 'Senecal [i.e. stoical] man', gentle, noble, generous, and 'fix'd in himself', is urged by his brother's ghost to avenge his murder, but will only do so by the honourable method of a duel. He sends a challenge to Muntsurry, who reads it; urged again by the ghost, he introduces himself to Montsurry's house, forces him to fight, and kills him. He then learns of the assassination of the Guise, and, refusing to live amid 'all the horrors of the vicious time' as 'the slave of power', he kills himself. The hero's reluctance to exact revenge recalls certain aspects of *Hamlet (See also REVENGE TRAGEDY.)

The Revenger's Tragedy, a tragedy published anonymously in 1607, and from 1656 ascribed to *Tourneur; its authorship has been disputed since 1891, with some scholars defending the traditional attribution and others championing the rival claims of *Middleton and others.
     The central character is Vendice (or Vindice), intent on revenging the death of his mistress, poisoned by the lecherous old duke. The court is a centre of vice and intrigue; the duchess's youngest son is convicted of rape, she herself seduces Spurio, the duke's bastard, and her two older sons, the duke's stepsons, plot against each other and against Lussurioso, the duke's heir. Vendice, disguised as Plato, appears to attempt to procure his own sister Castiza for Lussurioso; she resists, but their mother Gratiana temporarily succumbs to his bribes and agrees to play the bawd. Vendice murders the duke by tricking him into kissing the poisoned skull of his mistress, and most of the remaining characters kill one another or are killed in a final masque of revengers and murderers; Vendice, who survives the bloodbath, owns up to the murder of the duke, and is promptly condemned to death with his brother and accomplice Hippolite by the duke's successor, old Antonio. He is led off to execution, content to 'die after a nest of dukes'. The play is marked by a tragic intensity of feeling, a powerfully satiric wit, and passages of great poetic richness, all combined, for example, in Vendice's address to 'the bony lady', his dead mistress: 'Does the silkworm expend her yellow labours / For thee?' (III. v. 71 ff.) (See also REVENGE TRAGEDY.)




miércoles, 29 de octubre de 2014

Saliendo del mar

Saliendo del mar

El régimen de PPrisa, Rajoy y Cebrián

Y Federico dándole estopa

En Thélème

La voz interior (Posmodernidad discreta)

Somos citados (a cuenta de Narratology) en esta tesis doctoral sobre Darío Jaramillo, Posmodernidad Discreta:

DLEH_Adam_Faye_Posmodernidad_discreta.pdf by Nellie Carrie Sánchez Ramos

 

Día muy oscuro


Día muy oscuro



—oOo—

martes, 28 de octubre de 2014

10. God and Mammon: The Wealth of Literary Memory

Del curso sobre Milton en la universidad de Yale:

SAMSON AGONISTES

From The Oxford Companion to English Literature, ed. Margaret Drabble:

Samson Agonistes, a tragedy by *Milton, published 1671, in the same volume as *Paradise Regained. Its composition was traditionally assigned to 1666-70, but W. R. Parker in his biography (1968) argues that it was written much earlier, possibly as early as 1647. A closet drama never intended for the stage, it is modelled on Greek tragedy, and has been frequently compared to Prometheus Bound by *Aeschylus or Oedipus at Colonus by *Sophocles: other critics have claimed that its spirit is more Hebraic (or indeed Christian) than Hellenic. Proedominantly in blank verse, it also contains passages of great metrical freedom and originality, and some rhyme. Samson Agonistes (i.e. Samson the Wrestler, or Champion) deasl with the last phase of the life of the Samson of the Book of Judges when he is a prisoner of the Philistines and blind, a phase which many have compared to the assumed circumstances of the blind poet himself, after the collapse of the Commonwealth and his political hopes.

Samson, in prison at Gaza, is visited by friends of his tribe (the chorus) who comfort him; then by his old father Manoa, who holds out hopes of securing his release; then by his wife *Dalila, who seeks pardon and reconciliation, but by being repudiated shows herself 'a manifest Serpent'; then by Harapha, a strong man of Gath, who taunts Samson. He is finally summoned to provide amusement by feats of strength for the Philistines, who are celebrating a feast to *Dagon. He goes, and presently a messenger brings news of his final feat of strength in which he pulled down the pillars of the place where the assembly was gathered, destroying himself as well as the entire throng. The tragedy, which has many passages questioning divine providence ('Just or unjust, alike seem miserable'), ends with the chorus's conclusion that despite human doubts, all is for the best in the 'unsearchable dispose/ Of highest wisdom': its last words, 'calm of mind all passion spent', strike a note of Aristotelian *catharsis, and the whole piece conforms to the *neo-classical doctrine of unities.


 

Regalo

Regalo

Pink Tones - Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd cover).

domingo, 26 de octubre de 2014

Memoria parcial 2014

Aún no ha terminado octubre, y ya nos piden a los investigadores la memoria de nuestras actividades del año en curso. Ahora me autodenomino investigador porque así me consideran desde que estoy asociado a un grupo subvencionado—que si no ni eres investigador ni una puta mierda, aunque publiques exactamente lo mismo. En mi caso el grupo trabaja sobre hermenéutica y antropología fenomenológica, siendo mi línea la teoría narrativa.

Que a lo que voy, aquí va mi memoria parcial de este año; ya me dirán que incluyo bastantes cosas irrelevantes, pero ni se imaginan lo que sería la lista si incluyo además de esto mis entradas de blog y demás. Así que hay que podar—podemos, como diría Pablo Iglesias. Y una vez podada queda así la lista de mis afanes:




Memoria de actividades de investigación de José Angel García Landa 2014:


1) Coedición de libro:

Tataru, Ludmila, y José Angel García Landa, eds. СЕМИОСФЕРА НАРРАТОЛОГИИ: ДИАЛОГ ЯЗЫКОВ И КУЛЬТУР / Semiosphere of Narratology: A Dialogue of Languages and Cultures. Balashov: Nikolayev / Balashov Institute, Saratov State University, 2013. (Fechado en 2013, salido en 2014)


2) Ponencia:

José Angel García Landa. "La evolución del dividuo social y de los espacios públicos." Conferencia en el seminario HERAF, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Zaragoza, 10 enero 2014.
_____. "La evolución del dividuo social y de los espacios públicos (The Evolution of the Social Dividual and of Public Spaces)." Preprint en Social Science Research Network 12 enero 2014.*
2014 
Ha aparecido también en varias revistas de temáticas de la Social Science Research Network, entre ellas:
Psychological Anthropology eJournal 12 enero 2014.*
2014
Cross-Cultural Studies eJournal 12 enero 2014.*
 2014
Cultural Anthropology eJournal 12 enero 2014.*
2014
Revisada como capítulo de libro.


3) Capítulo de libro:

José Angel García Landa. "4. El dividuo social: roles, marcos interaccionales y (nuevos) medios." In Individuo y espacio público. Ed. Juan Velázquez.  Berlín: Logos Verlag, 2014. 99-116.*


4) Artículos:

José Angel García Landa "La frase que lanzó mil barcos al mar (The Phrase that Launched a Thousand Ships)." Social Science Research Network 26 April 2014.*
2014
Cognition & the Arts eJournal 6.10 (13 May 2014).*
English & Commonwealth Literature eJournal 4.9 (16 May 2014).*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Notas sobre reflexividad y retroprospección en La Fenomenología del Espíritu." Social Science Research Network 9 mayo 2014.*
2014
Aparecido en varias revistas temáticas de la SSRN:
Cultural Anthropology eJournal 9 mayo 2014.*
2014
Linguistic Anthropology eJournal 9 mayo 2014.*
2014
Psychological Anthropology eJournal 9 mayo 2014.*
2014
Cognition & Culture… eJournal 22 mayo 2014.*
2014
History of Western Philosophy eJournal 7.16 (20 mayo 2014)
Philosophy of Mind eJournal 26 mayo 2014.*
2014
Continental Philosophy eJournal 26 May 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Miserias de la guerra de Pío Baroja: Una desilusión con el mundo y con España." Social Science Research Network 6 junio 2014.*
2014
Aparecido en varias revistas temáticas electrónicas de la SSRN:
Conflict Studies: Intra-State Conflict eJournal 23 junio 2014.*
2014
Conflict Studies: Effects of Conflict eJournal 11 junio 2014
2014
Social and Political Conflict eJournal 6 junio 2014.*
2014
_____. "Miserias de la guerra de Pío Baroja: Una desilusión con el mundo y con España." Academia 4 junio 2014.*
2014
_____. "Miserias de la guerra de Pío Baroja: Una desilusión con el mundo y con España." ResearchGate 4 junio 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Too True to Be Good: Cartografía narrativa." Social Science Research Network 30 abril 2014.*
2014
Linguistic Anthropology eJournal 30 April 2014.*
2014
Applied and Practicing Anthropology eJournal 30 abril 2014.*
2014
Cognition & the Arts eJournal 6.11 (15 May 2014).*
2014
English & Commonwealth Literature eJournal 4.9 (16 mayo 2014).*
2014
Philosophy of Languge eJournal (20 mayo 2014).*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Notes on The Order of Discourse." Social Science Research Network 23 mayo 2013.*
2014
Cultural Anthropology eJournal 23 mayo 2014.*
2014
Political Anthropology eJournal 23 mayo 2014.*
2014
Political Theory: History of Political Thought eJournal 7.19 (27 mayo 2014).*
2014
History of Western Philosophy eJournal 7.17 (27 mayo 2014).*
2014
Continental Philosophy eJournal 7.14 (26 mayo 2014).*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Polibio y el tiempo geológico (Polybius and Geological Time)." Social Science Research Network 2 junio 2014.*
2014
Biological Anthropology eJournal 28 mayo 2014.*
2014
Classics Research Network 28 mayo 2014.
http://www.ssrn.com/link/CRN.html
2014
Ancient Philosophical & Scientific Texts eJournal 28 mayo 2014.*
2014
History of Western Philosophy eJournal 3 mayo 2014.*
2014
Philosophy of Science eJournal 9 Junio 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "El Big Bang antes del Big Bang—en Spencer, Darwin, y Poe (The Big Bang before the Big Bang—in Spencer, Darwin, and Poe)." Social Science Research Network 10 July 2014.*
2014
Cultural Anthropology eJournal 10 July 2014.*
2014
English & Commonwealth Literature eJournal 10 July 2014.*
2014
Philosophy of Science eJournal 10 July 2014.*
2014

García Landa. "The Story behind any Story: The Paris Lecture." Social Science Research Network 31 julio 2014.*
2014
Linguistic Anthropology eJournal 2 agosto 2014.*
2014
Cultural Anthropology eJournal 2 agosto 2014.*
2014
Cognition & Culture (…) eJournal 2 agosto 2014.*
 2014
Human Cognition in Evolution & Deveopment eJournal 2 agosto 2014.*
2014
Cognition in Mathematics, Science & Technology eJournal 2 agosto 2014.*
2014
Cognitive Social Science eJournal 2 agosto 2014.*
2014
Cognition & the Arts eJournal 2 agosto 2014.*
http://www.ssrn.com/link/Cognition-Arts.html
2014
Philosophy of Science eJournal 2 agosto 2014.*
2014



5) Libros (reaparecidos)

José Angel García Landa. Aspectos de la técnica narrativa en Hard Times de Charles Dickens (Aspects of Narrative Technique in Charles Dickens's Hard Times)). Online at Social Science Research Networks 28 Feb. 2014.*
2014
Aceptado en dos revistas electrónicas temáticas:
Cognition & the Arts eJournal 28 Feb. 2014.*
2014
English & Commonwealth Literature eJournal 28 Feb. 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. Reading 'The Monster': The Interpretation of Authorial Intention in the Criticism of Narrative Fiction. PDF en red en Social Science Research Network 22 marzo 2014.*
2014
Aceptado en las siguientes revistas electrónicas temáticas:
Cognition & Culture … eJournal 22 marzo 2014.*
2014
Cognition & the Arts eJournal 22 marzo 2014.*
2014
American Literature eJournal 22 marzo 2014.*
 2014
Literary Theory & Criticism eJournal 22 marzo 2014.*
2014

Acción, Relato, Discurso: Estructura de la ficción narrativa (Action, Story, Discourse: The Structure of Narrative Fiction). Online preprint at Social Science Research Network 14 Aug. 2014.*
2014
Linguistic Anthropology eJournal 14 Aug. 2014.*
2014
Cognitive Linguistics: Cognition, Language, Gesture eJournal 14 Aug. 2014.*
2014
Cognition & the Arts eJournal 14 Aug. 2014.*
2014
Rhetorical Theory eJournal 14 Aug. 2014.*
2014


6) Artículos (reaparecidos)

José Angel García Landa.  "Literary Theory: Introduction and Greek Origins." 1989. Online at Social Science Research Network 4 April 2014.*
2014
Linguistic Anthropology eJournal 4 April 2014.*
2014
Political Theory: History of Political Thought eJournal 4 April 2014.*
2014
Ancient Greek & Roman Literature eJournal 4 April 2014.*
2014
Literary Theory & Criticism eJournal 4 April 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Plato's Poetics." Online PDF at Social Science Research Network 26 March 2014.*
2014
Cultural Anthropology eJournal 26 March 2014.*
2014
Ancient Philosophical and Scientific Texts eJournal 26 March 2014.*
Literary Theory & Criticism eJournal 26 March 2014.*
2014
History of Western Philosophy eJournal 26 March 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Medieval Criticism: Poetics, Aesthetics and Hermeneutics." Online at Social Science Research Network 30 March 2014.*
2014
Anthropology of Religion eJournal 30 March 2014.*
2014
Linguistic Anthropology eJournal 30 March 2014.*
2014
Literary Theory & Criticism eJournal 30 March 2014.*
2014
History of Western Philosophy eJournal 30 March 2014.*
2014
Philosophy of Religion eJournal 30 March 2014.*
2014
Religious Studies Research Network 30 March 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Notes on Metafiction." Social Science Research Network 16 April 2014.*
2014
Literary Theory & Criticism eJournal 16 April 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Narrative and Identity." En red en Social Science Research Network 15 enero 2014.*
2014
Human cognition in Evolution & Development eJournal 15 enero 2014.*
2014
Cognitive Linguistics: Cognition, Language, Gesture eJournal 15 enero 2014.*
2014
Cognition & the Arts eJournal 15 enero 2014.*
2014
Aesthetics & Philosophy of Art eJournal 15 enero 2014.*
2014
Philosophy of Mind eJournal 15 enero 2014.*
2014
Rhetorical Theory eJournal 15 enero 2014.*
2014

José Ángel García Landa. "Illuminations from This Thing of Darkness." The Evolutionary Review 1 (2010): 138-40.*
_____. "Illuminations from This Thing of Darkness." Social Science Research Network 5 feb. 2014.*
2014
Cultural Anthropology eJournal 5 Feb. 2014.*
2014
Biological Anthropology eJournal 5 Feb. 2014.*
2014
English and Commonwealth Literature eJournal 5 Feb. 2014.*
2014

Pier, John, y José Ángel García Landa, eds. "Introduction to Theorizing Narrativity." Social Science Research Network 26 Sept. 2014.*
2014
Cognition & the Arts eJournal 26 Sept. 2014.*
2014
Cognition & Culture (…) eJournal 26 Sept. 2014.*
2014
Literary Theory & Criticism eJournal 26 Sept. 2014.*
2014
Aesthetics & Philosophy of Art eJournal 26 Sept. 2014.*
2014
Philosophy of Language eJournal 26 Sept. 2014.*
2014


7) Notas en IBERCAMPUS

José Angel García Landa. "El Gran Viaje en El Último Mohicano." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 3 enero 2014.*
2013
_____. "Los marcos como espacios públicos." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 12 enero 2014.*
2014
_____. "Repair Work in Autobiography." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 26 feb. 2014.*
2014
_____. "The Fleeting Systems Lapse Like Foam." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 23 feb. 2014.*
2014
_____. "El Lobo de Wall Street, aquí." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 1 marzo 2014.*
2014
_____. "Veblen y la teatralidad." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 20 marzo 2014.*
2014
_____. "La estructura pragmática de la narración literaria." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 26 marzo 2014.*
2014
_____. "Narratología evolucionista." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 28 March 2014.*
2014
_____. "Primeros Principios, Resumen y Conclusión." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 12 abril 2014.*
2014
_____. "Marx y la naturaleza humana." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 21 abril 2014.*
2014
_____. "Estromas, marcos, y virtualidad de lo real." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 25 May 2014.*
         2014
_____. "La perspectiva dominante en El arte de la guerra." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 2 mayo 2014.*
2014
_____. "Ignorando la mortalidad." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 31 mayo 2014.*
2014
_____. "Retroprospección del Dasein." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 5 junio 2014.*
2014
_____. "Respetar los derechos de las comunidades autónomas." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 19 junio 2014.*
2014
_____. "Las mentes irreverentes." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 10 julio 2014.*
2014
_____. "Teoría de la desilusión." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 21 julio 2014.*
2014
_____. "Descubrir la desilusión: es una verdad." La Onda Digital 683 (2014). (= "Teoría de la desilusión").
2014
_____. "Interaction as Reality-Maintenance." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 29 julio 2014.*
2014
_____. "The Story behind any Story: The Paris Lecture." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 31 julio 2014.*
2014
_____. "Conversión, Reinterpretación, Topsight y Retroacción." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 3 agosto 2014.*
2014
_____. "Narratividad del fotoblog." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 16 agosto 2014.*
         2014

_____. "El derecho a ofenderse." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 1 Sept. 2014.*
2014
_____. "Glass Prospective: La televisión medieval en el teatro isabelino." Ibercampus 6 Sept. 2014.*
2014
_____. "Las torpezas y falacias de la independencia escocesa." Ibercampus (Vanity Fea) 10 Sept. 2014.*
2014


8) Blogs

Narratología evolucionista / Evolutionary Narratology. Facebook group.
2014

Retrospection: Perspectives on Narrative Theory, Hindsight, Hindsight Bias, and the Dynamics of Narrativity. Blog.
2012

The Story in All Stories: Items on Cosmology, Evolution, (Big) History and Representation. Blog at Storify.*
2012

El Gran Teatro del Mundo y el pequeño teatro de la mente
2014

—además de las secciones de diversos blogs misceláneos y personales, por ej.:

Narratología (Vanity Fea)
2014


9) Bibliografías

José Angel García Landa. A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology, 19ª ed. (2014)
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Experimental Fiction." De A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology. En red en Scribd (Dante Simer) 10 enero 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Realism." De A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology. En red en Scribd (marcoslopes) 10 enero 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Intertextuality – General." De A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology. En red en Scribd (horagabomilo) 26 enero 2014.*
201

José Angel García Landa. "Spanish literary history." From A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology. Online at Scribd (241074) 21 Feb. 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Julia Kristeva." De A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism, and Philology. En red en Scribd (stgerr) 23 feb. 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "F. R. Leavis." De A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology. En red en Scribd (Bing-e-Qaiser) 1 marzo 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "English Dictionaries." De A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology. En red en Koriobook 10 marzo 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Solitude." From A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology. Online at Koriobook 10 March 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "F. D. E. Schleiermacher." De A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology. En red en Scribd (Diana Berrío) 8 abril 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "On Psychoanalytic Critism." De A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology. En red en Scribd (FlorenciaHsu) 14 abril 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Characters in Drama." De A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology. En red en Scribd (Ward El Mouna Belarbi) 3 junio 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Tom Stoppard." De A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology. En red en Scribd (Ward El Mouna Belarbi) 3 junio 2014.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "General Bibliographies of Literature, Criticism and Theory." De A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology. En red en UchebaNa5.*
2014

José Angel García Landa. "Research Methodology." De A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism, and Philology. Google Scholar
2014


10) Traducciones

García Landa, José Angel. trad. "Lee Smolin habla sobre El Renacer del Tiempo." Social Science Research Network 26 marzo 2014.*
2014
Cultural Anthropology eJournal 26 marzo 2014.*
2014
History of Western Philosophy eJournal 7.12 (1 abril 2014).*
Metaphysics eJournal 7.9 (2 abril 2014).*
2014

Mi fotoblog

Mi fotoblog
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