Reconsidering the Sources of the Self in the Ancient, Medieval, and Early Modern Periods
Professor of Hispanic Studies, Texas A&M University
Hilaire Kallendorf is Professor of Hispanic and Religious Studies at Texas A&M University. She earned a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Princeton University. She has held research grants from the Renaissance Society of America, the Bibliographical Society of America, the Ford Foundation, Spain’s Ministry of Culture, and the National Endowment for the Humanities. She is the author of four monographs, Exorcism and Its Texts: Subjectivity in Early Modern Literature of England and Spain (Toronto, 2003); Conscience on Stage: The Comedia as Casuistry in Early Modern Spain (Toronto, 2007); Sins of the Fathers: Moral Economies in Early Modern Spain (Toronto, 2013); and Ambiguous Antidotes: Virtue as Vaccine for Vice in Early Modern Spain (Toronto, 2017). She is general editor of A New Companion to Hispanic Mysticism (Brill, 2010); A Companion to Early Modern Hispanic Theater (Brill, 2014); and A Companion to the Spanish Renaissance (Brill, 2019).