Bruce R. Burningham
PhDYale University
Articles and Chapters:

Cervantes: Don Quixote.
A Companion to World Literature. Ed. Ken Seigneurie and Frieda Ekotto. Hoboken: Wiley Blackwell.  Forthcoming.

Cervantine Criticism Since 2000 and into the Future.Handbook of Cervantes. Ed. Aaron Kahn. Oxford: Oxford UP.  Forthcoming.

Dogville, Jazz Club Polonia, and the Ethics of Adaptation.”  Religious and Secular Theater in Golden Age Spain: Essays in Honor of Donald T. Dietz.  Ed. Susan Paun de García and Donald Larson.  New York: Peter Lang. Forthcoming.

“Crouching Squire, Hidden Madman: Ah Gan’s Don Quixote and Postmodern China.”  Don Quixote:  The Re-accentuation of the World’s Greatest Literary Hero.  Ed. Howard Mancing and Slav Gratchev.  Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell UP. Forthcoming.

“Chapter 7: Communities of Production.”  A Cultural History of Theatre in the Middle Ages.  Vol. 2. Ed. Jody Enders.  A Cultural History of Theater.  Ed. Christopher B. Balme and Tracy C. Davis. 6 vols. London: Bloomsbury, 2017. 2: 145-61.

“Misprisioner’s Dilemma: Game Theory and Sonic Seepage in Lope de Vega's Mujeres y criados.”  Making Sense of the Senses in Comedia Studies. Ed. Bonnie Gasior and Yolanda Gamboa.  Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2017. 95-107.

“Unamuno Rides Again: Cantinflas, Don Quixote, and the Tragic Sense of Life.”  Re-Imagining Don Quixote (Film, Image and Mind).  Ed. Antonio Cortijo Ocaña and Eloi Grasset.  Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2017. 123-40.

The Unbearable Simulacrum of Being: Staging Ontology in Calderón de la Barca’s El gran teatro del mundo and Charlie Kaufman’s Synecdoche New York.”  Self, Other, and Context in Early Modern Spain: Studies in Honor of Howard Mancing.  Ed. Isabel Portillo Jáen, Carolyn Nadeau, and Julien Simon. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2017. 187-99.

“Eco-Performativity in Persiles y Sigismunda.” Si ya por atrevido no sale con las manos en la cabeza”: El legado poético del “Persiles” cuantrocientos años después. Ed. Mercedes Alcalá Galán, Antonio Cortijo Ocaña, and Francisco Layna Ranz. eHumanista/Cervantes 5 (2016): 155-72.

“Prologue: Idleness and the Cervantine Ideal.”  A Novel Without Boundaries: Sensing Don Quixote 400 Years Later.  Ed. Carmen García de la Rasilla and Jorge Abril Sánchez.  Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2016.  9-15.

Cognitive Theatricality: Jongleuresque Imagination on the Early Spanish Stage.”  Cognitive Approaches to Early Modern Spanish Literature.  Ed. Julien Simon and Isabel Jaén.  Oxford: Oxford UP, 2016.  93-110.

Screening Quixote: Cervantes and Media Culture.” Baroque Projections: Images and Texts in Dialogue with the Early Modern Hispanic World. Ed. Michael Horswell and Frédéric Conrod. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2016. 167-90.

“In Praise of Lupe.” Perspectives on Early Modern Women in Iberia and the Americas: Studies in Law, Society, Art and Literature in Honor of Anne J. Cruz. Ed. Adrienne Martín and María Cristina Quintero. New York: Escribana, 2015. 203-19.

“Corpus Lorqui: Transformation and Transubstantiation in Los Barracos de Federico’s El caballero de Olmedo.” Remaking the Comedia: Spanish Classical Theater in Adaptation. Ed. Harley Erdman and Susan Paun de García. London: Támesis, 2015. 123-31.

“Don Quixote in the American Imaginary.MLA Approaches to Teaching Don Quixote. Ed. James A. Parr and Lisa Vollendorf. New York: Modern Language Association, 2015. 153-58.

The Secret Life of Patiño’s Pen.” Cervantes, política y estética nacionalista, 1920-1975. Ed. Francisco Layna Ranz and Antonio Cortijo Ocaña. eHumanista/Cervantes 3 (2014): 620-36.

Bad Moon Rising: Lycanthropy and Liminality in Cervantes’s ‘Dogs’ Colloquy.’”  Cervantes’s Novelas ejemplares.  Ed. Moisés Castillo.  Romance Quarterly [Special Issue] 61.2 (2014): 138-50.

“An Apology for the Actorly: Maravall, Sor Juana, and the Economics of Jongleuresque Performance.” Bulletin of the Comediantes 65.1 (2013): 131-54.

“Writing in the Margins: Cervantes Challenge to Massenet.” Seattle Opera Magazine 28.3 (Winter 2010-2011): 18-21.

“David Lynch and the Dulcineated World.”
Cervantes 30.2 (2010): 33-56.

“On the Bricks: The Terra Nova Consort, Greenshows, and the Spanish Jongleuresque.”
Comedia Performance 7.1 (2010): 103-42.

“The Moor’s Last Sigh: National Loss and Imperial Triumph in Lope de Vega’s
The Last Goth.” LATCH 3 (2010): 34-63.

“Os Manchíadas.”
USA Cervantes: 39 cervantistas de Estados Unidos. Ed. Georgina Dopico Black and Francisco Layna Ranz. Madrid: Polifemo, 2009. 247-72.

“De Laudatione Cervantina.”
Early Modern Spanish Studies in Honor of Carroll B. Johnson. Ed. Sherry Velasco. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2008. 41-50.

“Suicide and the Ethics of Refusal.”
Critical Reflections: Essays on Golden Age Spanish Literature in Honor of James A. Parr. Ed. Barbara Simerka and Amy R. Williamsen. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 2006. 44-54.

“Placing the
Comedia in Performative Context.” Approaches to Teaching Early Modern Spanish Drama. Ed. Laura Bass and Margaret R. Greer. MLA Approaches to Teaching World Literature Series. New York: Modern Language Association, 2006. 107-114.

“Insidious Echoes: Ballad Resonance and Bodily Threats in
Peribáñez.” Comedia Performance 3.1 (2006): 60-90.

“Cervantine Reflections on
The Matrix.” Don Quijote Across Four Centuries: 1605-2005. Ed. Carroll B. Johnson. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2006. 49-59.

“Beleaguered Hegemony and Triangular Desire in Lope de Vega’s
Las famosas asturianas and John Ford’s Stagecoach.” Bulletin of the Comediantes 56.1 (2004): 115-42.

“Salman Rushdie, autor del
Cautivo.”  Estas primicias del ingenio: jóvenes cervantistas en Chicago. Ed. Francisco Caudet and Kerry Wilks. Madrid: Castalia, 2003. 35-54.

“Jongleuresque Dialogue, Radical Theatricality, and Maese Pedro’s Puppet Show.”
Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 165-200.

“Salman Rushdie, Author of the Captive’s Tale.”
The Journal of Commonwealth Literature 38.1 (2003): 113-33.

“Walt Disney’s
Toy Story as Postmodern Don Quixote.” Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 157-72.

“Barbarians at the Gates: The Invasive Discourse of Medieval Performance in Lope’s Arte nuevo.”
Theatre Journal 50 (1998): 289-302.

Reviews and Other Publications:

of Quehaceres con Góngora by Julio Baena. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2010. Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 46.3 (2012): 574-76.

Review of
The Comedia in English: Translation and Performance. Ed. Susan Paun de García and Donald R. Larson. London: Támesis, 2008. Romanische Forschungen 124.1 (2012): 133-37.

Review of International Don Quixote. Ed. Theo D'haen and Reindert Dhondt. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2009. Comparative Literature Studies 49.1 (2012): 123-26.

Review of Treacherous Foundations: Betrayal and Collective Identity in Early Spanish Epic, Chronicle, and Drama by Geraldine Coates. London: Támesis, 2009. Bulletin of the Comediantes 63.2 (2011): 139-41.

Review of The Poetics of Speech in the Medieval Spanish Epic by Matthew Bailey. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010. Calíope 17.1 (2011): 236-39.

Review of
Transnational Cervantes by William Childers. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006. Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 42.2 (2008): 366-68.

Review of
Monarchy, Political Culture, and Drama in Seventeenth-Century Madrid by Jodi Campbell. Aldershot, England: Ashgate, 2006. Calíope 13.2 (2007): 102-105.

Review of
El nuevo mundo descubierto por Cristóbal Colón / The New World Discovered by Christopher Columbus: Una edición crítica y bilingüe / A Critical and Bilingual Edition by Robert M. Shannon. New York: Peter Lang, 2001. Bulletin of the Comediantes 59.2 (2007): 427-29.

Review of
Perfect Wives, Other Women: Adultery and Inquisition in Early Modern Spain by Georgina Dopico Black. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2001. Renaissance and Reformation 25.2 (2001): 100-102.

Review of
El texto puesto en escena. Estudios sobre la comedia del Siglo de Oro en honor a Everett W. Hesse. Ed. Bárbara Mujica y Anita K. Stoll. London: Támesis, 2000. Gestos 32 (2001): 180-83.

Discussant for “El postmodernismo de Ortega y Gasset” by Felix Martínez Bonati.
Mester 29 (2000): 1-27.
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