We are extremely pleased to announce publication of our issue number 5:
We are very happy to have arrived at this point in our trajectory with such an impact as an academic journal. Magnificat CLM’s traffic is considerable; only in the last month we received 754 visits from all over the world, as can be seen in our statistics webpage:
In this year’s volume you can find six articles.
The first one is by Roger Boase, a previous colaborator. This time he publishes a text which solves a curious medieval enigma.
The second is by Charles Faulhaber and Óscar Perea, with a complete codicological description of the capital Cancionero de Baena; a work of a necessary reference for all future studies on this famous codex.
Our third collaboration, by Helena Rovira, is a study on the four witnessess of Pacs’s Doctrina moral, and it contributes new information on authorship and date.
Albert Tomàs offers next a much-needed catalogue of post-troubadour sirventesos produced within the Crown of Aragon, with its records preceded by a clarifying introduction.
Gemma Avenoza presents her study of an important finding: a Psalms’ fragment from a medieval Castilian Bible; this witness is analyzed paleographically, and its text transcribed.
Annamaria Annicchiarico is another of Magnificat CLM’s who decided on repeating collaboration; this time, with her thorough critical edition of La istòria de Leànder y Hero by Joan Roís de Corella.
We wish to thank our readers very much, as well as our authors, reviewers, and members of our academic board. We could not make it without you.
We are still open to submissions for issue 2019: https://ojs.uv.es/index.php/MCLM/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions