Publications

Selected (3) Recent Publications from our Faculty! 

LENA BURGOS-LAFUENTE

"Los amarres de la lengua: Politics, Exiles, and the Disputes over Language in Puerto Rico (1942–2016)” Cecilia Enjuto-Rangel, Sebastiaan Faber, Pedro García-Caro and Robert P. Newcomb, eds., The Transatlantic Studies Reader: Iberia, Africa and Latin America. Liverpool, IJ: Liverpool University Press, (Forthcoming 2017). 

“Cinco caras de Julia.” Revista Exégesis 27/28 (Primavera 2016): 391-99.

“¿Qué es entonces una isla: ruinas, isla y escritura en el Caribe de María Zambrano.” Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 16.4 (Winter 2015): 375-396.

PAUL FIRBAS

“Reducción y expansión de cimarrón: historia temprana de un término colonial”. In Sujetos coloniales: homogenización, negociación y subversión. Ed. by C. Cabanillas. New York: IDEA (Colección Batihoja), 2017. Online.

“Saberes hemisféricos: Sarmiento de Gamboa y sus textos sobre el Estrecho de Magallanes”. Anales de literatura chilena 26 (2016): 41-57.

“Language, religion and unification in early colonial Peru”. In A Political History of Spanish. The Making of a Language. Edited by José Del Valle. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. 135-151. Online.

DANIELA FLESLER

With Adrián Pérez Melgosa. “Solly Wolodarsky, Los Conversos y el arte de habitar la paradoja.” Raíces 102 (Spring 2015): 46-50.

With Tabea A. Linhard and Adrián Pérez Melgosa, eds. Revisiting Jewish Spain in the Modern Era. New York: Routledge, 2013.

With N. Michelle Shepherd. “Domesticity, Motherhood and Transnational Reproductive Work in Contemporary Latin American Immigration to Spain.” In Lisa Vollendorf and Harald Braun, eds. Theorizing the Iberian and Latin American Atlantic. London and Leiden: Brill, 2013.241-63.

ADRIÁN PÉREZ-MELGOSA

“Low Intensity Necropolitics: Slow Violence and the Migrant Body in Latin American Films. Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies,2017 (forthcoming).

“Cosmopolitan Nationalisms: Transnational Negotiations in Early Argentine Sound Cinema.” D’Lugo, Marvin, Laura Podalsky, and Ana López, eds. The Routledge Companion to Latin-American Cinemas. (2017).

Cinema and Inter-American Relations: Tracking Transnational Affect. London and New York: Routledge, 2012. Reprinted in December, 2014

JOSEPH M. PIERCE

‘Usted no es hombre para esas cosas’: Masculinidad y renegación en la obra de Carlos O. Bunge.” Taller de letras 58 (September 2016): 127-139. [download]

“Regulating Queer Desire in Carlos O. Bunge’s La novela de la sangre.” Revista Hispánica Moderna 69.1 (June 2016): 55-71. [download]

“He ahí un hombre: Composite Masculinity in Retratos y Recuerdos by Lucio V. Mansilla.” Prisma Social 13 (December 2014-May 2015). 149-172. [download]

VICTORIANO RONCERO-LÓPEZ

Tirso de Molina, La fingida Arcadia, edición de Victoriano Roncero López, New York-Madrid-Pamplona, Instituto de Estudios Auriseculares, Instituto de Estudios Tirsianos, 2016.

F. de Quevedo, España defendida de los tiempos de ahora de las calumnias de los noveleros y sediciosos, ed. crítica y anotada de Victoriano Roncero López, Pamplona, EUNSA, 2013

“Conflictos femeninos de poder: damas rivales en tres comedias de capa y espada de Calderón”, Anuario calderoniano, 9 (2016), 195-215.

JAVIER URIARTE

“Rios e ritmos indisciplinados: uma leitura da oscilação em Euclides da Cunha e Alberto Rangel”. Vozes da Amazônia III. Investigação sobre o pensamento social brasileiro. Élide Rugai Bastos and Renan Freitas Pinto, Orgs. Manaus: Universidade Federal do Amazonas, 2016. 183-205.

“Fora da ordem, or on Time and Travel in Euclides da Cunha and Claude Lévi-Strauss”. Cultural Exchanges between Brazil and FranceRegina Félix and Scott D. Juall, eds. Purdue University Press, 2016. 100-116.

“An “Immense Museum” or an “Immense Tomb”? War and the Rhetoric of Continuity in the Writings of Francisco Moreno”. In Collecting from the Margins: Material Culture in a Latin American Context. María Mercedes Andrade, ed. Lewisburgh: Bucknell University Press, 2016. 35-48.

KATHLEEN M. VERNON

“Sound and Gender,” The Routledge Companion to Cinema and Gender. Eds. E. Ann Kaplan, Patrice Petro, Kristin Hole and Dijana Jelača. Abingdon, Oxfordshire: Routledge, 2016, 47-57.

“The Voice of Comedy: Gracita Morales,” Performance and Spanish Film. Eds. Dean Albritton, Alejandro Melero Salvador and Tom Whittaker. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016, 76-95.

“Almodóvar’s Global Musical Marketplace,” A Companion to Pedro Almodóvar. Eds. Marvin D’Lugo and Kathleen M. Vernon. London: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2013, 387-411.

AURELIE VIALETTE

“Disposable Bodies: the Problem about Penitentiary Colonization.” Crítica Hispánica (2017): 276-301

“An On-Screen Trial: Resistance to Corruption or Audience Manipulation in Ciutat Morta?” Letras Femeninas 42.1 (2016): 101-114.

 “A Woman’s Political Answer to the Cuestión Social in Nineteenth-Century Spain.” Hispanic Review (Autumn 2015): 445-466. Online.



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