Antonio García Solalinde

Fellow: Awarded 1928

Field of Study: Spanish and Portuguese Literature

Competition: US & Canada

Born: 12-28-1892

Died: 07-13-1937

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1928:

Solalinde, Antonio Garcia:  Appointed to examine and classify the manuscripts conrresponding to Parts II-!V of the General Estoria  (General History) written in Spanish by order of Alfonso X, and to investigate the Latin culture—classic and mediaeval—reflected in the same work; tenure, twelve months from February 1, 1929.

Born December 28, 1892, at Toro (Zamora), Spain. Education: University of Madrid, Licenciado en Letras, 1918, Doctor en Letras, 1924. Fellowship given by the Junta para Ampliación de Estudios de Madrid, 1913–1914.

Assistant in Spanish, 1915–18, Professor, 1919–24, Centro de Estudios Históricos, Madrid; Associate Editor of the Revista de Filología Española, 1918—; Visiting Professor of Spanish, 1922–23, University of Michigan; Lecturer in Spanish, 1924–26, Associate Professor, 1926—, University of Wisconsin. Visiting Professor, Summer Session, Columbia University, 1922, University of California, 1923, Middlebury College, 1924, Stanford University, 1925, University of Chicago, 1926.

Publications: “Gonzalo de Berceo, El Sacrificio de la Misa,” 1913; “Calila y Dimna,”  1917; “Cien Romances Escogidos,”  1918; “Christobel de Villalón, Viaje de Turquía,” 1919; “Alfonso X el Sabio Antología,” 2 vols., 1922-24; “Gonzalo de Berceo Milagros de Nuestra Senora,” 1922. Articles in Revista de Filología Española, Hispania, Homenaje a Menéndez Pidal.