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Revista de Dialectología y Tradiciones Populares
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  • Turquismos en un manuscrito de medicina o farmacología terapéutica en hebreo y judeoespañol (s. XIX)

    Romeu Ferré, Pilar (2004)
    Lexicographical study of part of the Turkish terminology included in the manuscript <i>Libro de remedios y medicamentos</i> (in Hebrew and Judeo-Spanish), number 340 of the first series of the Fírcovitch Collection (National Library of Russia, former Saltykov-Schedrín Public Library of Leningrad). The text contains medico-pharmacological prescriptions as well as <i>segulot</i> (cures or enchantments) that, between the magic and the traditional, are an invaluable part o...

    El problema de las categorías y sus usos en la gestión de la diversidad en las escuelas

    Martín Coppola, Eva (2014)
    This article analyzes the problems related to the representation of national categories through the implementation of a sociogram in schools with a high percentage of foreign students. We discuss the theoretical assumptions about the use of sociograms to measure and build social integration in multicultural contexts. The mismatch produced between the results obtained through this tool and the results provided by my participant observation in classes, contributes to problematise the issues of ...

    La tradición artesana de Colmenar de Oreja (Madrid)

    Peris Barrio, Alejandro (1997)
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    El Auto de los Reyes Magos en Támara (Palencia)

    Rey García, Emilio (1997)
    The Mystery play of the «Three Kings» that was performed in the village of Támara (Palencia) corresponds to a type of text that we could properly cali «leonés» because it is there in some of the villages of the oíd diocese of León where we can still find this tradition, although in this case it is a little farther from the supposed issuing focus. Due to its textual characteristics it is believed that it might have been written by a learned writer at the end of the 17th century or beginning of...

    Viajar a España en la primera mitad del siglo XIX: Una aventura lejos de la civilización

    Vega, Jesusa (2004)
    The change in attitude of the romanticist traveller as compared to that of the Enlightenment period transformed both the experience of travelling in Spain and the image of the country abroad. The slow development of Spain at the time made it possible for travellers to live through experiences that were impossible in their own countries. My analysis provides an insight into the Spanish social context and the experiences of foreign travellers before the establishment of touristic routes in the ...
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