The group de research Siglo de Oro (GRISO) publishes in open access the conference proceedings of the X congress International "Jóvenes Investigadores Siglo de Oro" (JISO 2020)
Edited by Carlos Mata and Miren Usunáriz, they are the issue 65 of the BIADIG Collection (Library Services Áurea Digital).
The conference proceedings of the X congress International "Jóvenes Investigadores Siglo de Oro" (JISO 2020) has just been published in open access. The volume, edited by Carlos Mata and Miren Usunáriz, constitutes the issue 65 of the BIADIG Collection (Library Services Áurea Digital) of the GRISO.
The congress, organized by the group of research Siglo de Oro, at partnership with the high school of programs of study Auriseculares (IDEA), was held in virtual format in December last year.
The meeting was structured around nine sessions of communications, dedicated to "Art and commerce", "Polemics and treatises", "Quevedo (1)", "Quevedo (2)", "16th Century", "Theater", "Indian themes (1)", "Indian themes (2)" and "De varia lección". As in previous years, the organizers have highlighted the international character of the participants, the interdisciplinary approach of meeting, and the high quality of the works presented.
The degree scroll of the conference proceedings, Labor improbus, refers to some verses of Virgil: "Labor omnia vicit improbus et duris urgens in rebus egestas" ("Tenacious labor conquered all, and the necessity that urges in arduous moments").
The volume, whose materials have been incorporated into DADUN, the Digital Academic Repository of the University of Navarra, was presented at the opening ceremony of the XI International congress "Jóvenes Investigadores Siglo de Oro" (JISO 2021), which was held virtually from December 14 to 16.