Ana Cecilia Prenz Kopušar
Università degli Studi di Trieste, Italia firstname.lastname@example.org
Submitted 15 Giu 2017 Accepted 14 Mar 2018
This paper focuses on the intellectual work of the Sephardic Spanish philologist Kalmi Baruh, considered the father of Spanish studies in Yugoslavia. His studies on the Judeo-Spanish language and Spanish literature are analysed within the issues concerning the Sephardi community in the Bosnian context between the two wars. More specifically, the focus is on Kalmi Baruh’s essays on Ortega y Gasset, whose philosophical thought is important for Baruh own critical reflections. He also writes on Lope de Vega, Calderón de la Barca and Miguel de Unamuno.
Kalmi Baruh. Hispanic studies. Language and Literature of the Bosnian Sephardic community.