Background and activities

Scientific, academic and artistic work

Journal publications

  • Scham, Michael. (2018) Revenge and its Attenuation: Honor and Affect in Cervantes and Alemán. Forum for Modern Language Studies. vol. 54 (1).
  • Scham, Michael. (2016) Play as Metaphor and Material Reality in Guzmán de Alfarache. eHumanista (Journal of Iberian Studies). vol. 34.
  • Scham, Michael. (2012) Three Perspectives on Play in Golden Age Spain. The Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association. vol. 45 (2).
  • Scham, Michael. (2009) Dialogue and Exemplarity in Montaigne and Cervantes. Transitions: Journal of Franco-Iberian Studies. vol. 5.
  • Scham, Michael. (2009) Don Quijote and the Art of Laughing at Oneself. Cervantes. vol. 29 (1).
  • Scham, Michael. (2006) Don Quijote and Lolita Revisited. Cervantes. vol. 26 (1-2).
  • Scham, Michael. (2006) Guzmán de Alfarache in Light of San Antonio de Padua: Another Look at Alemán’s Cosmovisión. Bulletin of Spanish Studies. vol. 83 (2).
  • Scham, Michael. (2002) Concepts of Play in Literature of Golden Age Spain. Hispanofila.
  • Scham, Michael. (2001) Emblems of Reading: Cervantes’ El coloquio de los perros and Borges’ La Biblioteca de Babel. Cincinnati Romance Review. vol. 20.

Books

  • Scham, Michael; Bidwell-Steiner, Marlen. (2022) Casuistry and Early Modern Spanish Literature. Brill Academic Publishers. 2022. ISBN 978-90-04-50681-7.
  • Scham, Michael. (2015) Juegos y pasatiempos en Cervantes: breve catálogo ilustrado. 2015. ISBN 9789873712159.
  • Scham, Michael. (2014) Lector Ludens: The Representation of Games and Play in Cervantes. University of Toronto Press. 2014. ISBN 9781442648647.

Part of book/report

  • Scham, Michael. (2022) Comic Casuistry and Common Sense: Sancho Panza's Governorship. Casuistry and Early Modern Spanish Literature.
  • Scham, Michael; Bidwell-Steiner, Marlen. (2022) Casuistry and Early Modern Spanish Literature: A Neglected Relationship. Casuistry and Early Modern Spanish Literature.
  • Scham, Michael. (2019) Borges and His Epic Precursors: Beowulf, Don Quijote, Compadrito. Cervantes transatlántico / Transatlantic Cervantes.