Grupos de investigación

Selected publications

Isabel Durán Giménez-Rico

Durán, Isabel. “Del feminismo y sus versiones en el ámbito angloamericano”. Tropelías, Revista de Teoría de la Literatura y Literatura Comparada. Núm. 36 (2021): 69-85.

Durán, Isabel. “What Is the ‘Transnational Turn’ in American Literary Studies? A Critical Overview.” ATLANTIS. Vol42.2 (December 2020): 138-159.

Durán,  Isabel. “Transnationalism, Autobiography and Criticism: the Spaces of Women’s Imagination.” The Routledge Companion to Transnational American Studies, edited by Nina Morgan, Alfred Hornung and Takayuki Tatsumi, Routledge, 2019 , pp.  202-213.  

Durán, Isabel. “Between Molds and Models: Female identities in Almudena Grandes and Roberta Fernández.” Symbolism 17: Latina/o Literature: The Trans-Atlantic and the Trans-American in Dialogue, edited by Ahrens, Rüdiger / Kläger, Florian / Stierstorfer, Klaus, in coop. with García, Patricia M. / González, John Morán,  De Gruyter, 2017, pp.143-167. 

Dúran, Isabel. “Latina/o Life Writing: Autobiography, Memoir, Testimonio’. The Cambridge Companion to Latina/o American Literature, edited by John Moran, Cambridge UP, 2016, pp. 147–160.  

Durán, Isabel. “Patrimony, Solitude and Obligation: Prodigal Sons and Absent Fathers.” The European Journal of Life Writing, vol. III, 2014.

 


Carmen M. Méndez García

Méndez García, Carmen M. “A Wall of One's Own: Latinas Reclaiming Spaces, Subverting Economies, Empowering Communities.” Ex-centric Narratives: Journal of Anglophone Literature, Culture and Media, vol. 32019, pp. 109–121.

Méndez García, Carmen M. “La femme fatale: Del noir clásico a la imaginación contemporánea.” Herejía y belleza: Revista de estudios culturales sobre el movimiento góticovol. 7, 2019, pp. 1019. 

Méndez GarcíaCarmen M. “Private (Brown) Eyes: Ethnicity, Genre and Gender in Crime Fiction in the Gloria Damasco novels and the Chicanos Comic Series.” Altre Modernità / Other Modernities, vol. 15, 2016, pp. 7082.

Méndez García, Carmen M. "'The World Needs Bad Men': True Detective and the Reenactment of Heroic Masculinity.” CattiviCattivissimiCattiviSulle tracce di eroi criminali nelle narrazioni di genere, edited by Danielle Croce et al, Mimesis, 2016.

Méndez García, Carmen M. “‘This is my place, Mama Nadi’s’: Feminine Spaces and Identity in Lynn Nottage´s Ruined.” Investigaciones Feministas, vol. 3, 2012, pp. 129139.


Noelia Hernando Real

Hernando Real, Noelia. “Susan Glaspell and Emily Dickinson” Susan Glaspell in Context, edited by J. Ellen Gainor. Cambridge University Press, 2022 (forthcoming). 

Hernando Real, Noelia. “Suicide Across the Waves: On the Feminist Possibilities of Dramatic Suicide in Plays by Susan Glaspell, Marsha Norman and Naomi Wallace.”  Suicide In Modern Literature Social Causes, Existential Reasons, And Prevention Strategies. Ed. Josefa Ros. Springer, 2021 (forthcoming).

Hernando Real, Noelia. “Still Struggling with the Male Gaze: Feminism and Contemporary Representations of Hysteria. Sarah Ruhl’s In the Next Room and Tanya Wexler’s Hysteria.” New England Theatre Journal, vol. 26, 2015, pp. 103-122. 

Ozieblo, Barbara and Noelia Hernando Real, editors. Performing Gender Violence. Plays by Contemporary American Women Dramatists. Palgrave, Macmillan, 2012.

Hernando Real, Noelia. Self and Space in the Theater of Susan GlaspellMcFarland, 2011. 


Claudia Alonso Recarte

Alonso Recarte, Claudia. “‘They stood like men’: Horses, Myth, and Carnophallogocentrism in Toni Morrison’s Home.” Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States (MELUS), vol. 46, no. 2, 2021, pp. 87-110.

Alonso Recarte, Claudia. “Pit Bulls and Dogfighting as Symbols of Masculinity in Hip Hop Culture.” Men and Masculinities, vol. 23, no. 5, 2020, pp. 852-871.

Alonso Recarte, Claudia, and Ignacio Ramos-Gay. “‘A passionate call for murder’: Dying and Suffering Animals in Spanish Film and Filmmaking.” Spanish Thinking about Animals (The Animal Turn Series)edited by Margarita Carretero González, Michigan State University Press, 2020. 

Alonso Recarte, Claudia (2018). “‘When the animal cannot keep up a good appearance it had better go out of the room’: Vivisection and Theatricality in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries.” Studies in Theatre and Performance, vol. 38, no. 2, 2018, pp. 190-205.  

Alonso Recarte, Claudia. “Canine Actors and Melodramatic EffectsThe Dog of Montargis Arrives on the English Stage.” Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens, vol. 86, 2017, pp. 1-18.  


Francisco José Cortés Vieco

Cortés Vieco, Francisco José. Bearing Liminality, Laboring White Ink: Pregnancy and Childbirth in Women's Literature. Peter Lang Oxford, 2021.

Cortés Vieco, Francisco José. “‘You’: A Girl amidst Images and Sounds of Adult Violence in Joyce Carol Oates’s Rape: A Love Story." Atlantis, Journal of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies, vol. 43, no 2, December 2021, pp. 149-167. 

Cortés Vieco, Francisco José. “A Changeling Becomes Titania: The Realm of the Fairies in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre. Anglia, Journal of English Philology-De Gruyter, vol.138, no.12020, pp. 20-37. 

Cortés Vieco, Francisco José. The Cursed Fairy: Broken Spells in Anne Sexton’s Poetry.” Contemporary Fairy-Tale Magic: Subverting Gender and Genre, edited by Lydia Brugué Botia and Auba Llompart Pons, Brill, 2020, pp. 9-20. 

Cortés Vieco, Francisco José. Otro género, otro mundo: sexualidad y suicidio en la literatura de mujeres. Universidad de Alcalá (Colección Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin), 2016. 


Rebeca Gualberto Valverde

Gualberto Valverde, Rebeca. Wasteland Modernism. The Disenchantment of Myth. Universitat de Valéncia. Biblioteca Javier Coy D'Estudis Nord-Americans, 2021.

Gualberto Valverde, Rebeca. “Performing Disobedience: Domestic Transgressions and Political Transformation in Elizabeth Cary’s The Tragedy of Mariam." Nordic Journal of English Studies 19.1, 2020, pp. 205-223

Gualberto Valverde, Rebeca. “‘Unmasking Romance in The Tempest: Politics, Theatre and T.S. Eliot..” Brno Studies in English 45.1, 2019, pp: 111-128. 

Gualberto Valverde, Rebeca.  “‘Reassessing John Steinbeck’s Modernism: Myth, Ritual, And A Land Full Of Ghosts In To A God Unknown." JES Journal of English Studies, 162018, pp: 113-132. 

Gualberto Valverde, Rebeca. “‘De-Emplotting’ History: Genre, Violence and Subversion in Christopher Marlowe’s Edward II”. Complutense Journal of English Studies, 24, 2016, pp: 43-59.


David Yagüe González

Greskovicova, Bronia, Carlos Varón González, David Yagüe González et al. (eds). Shinning Signs of the Day. Space and Senses in Transatlantic CultureBiblioteca Benjamin Franklin, 2019.

Yagüe González, David. "El ruiseñor enfermo: narrativa y género en los cuentos de Efrén Hernández.” “Mirar no es como ver”: estudios y ensayos sobre la obra de Efrén Hernández. Berdeja Acevedo, Juan, and Osorno, Julian, (eds). Editorial Calygramma, 2018.

Yagüe González, David. “Animalidad y Animalización en Amores Perros”. Miriada Hispánica, vol. 14, 2017, pp. 105-114.

Yagüe González, David. “La casa del miedo. Domesticidad y comunidad en Toni Morrison” Investigaciones feministas, 3,2013, pp. 117-127.

Yagüe González, David. “‘I Promise to Lie Quietly in the Dark’: Legacies of Trauma in Toni Morrison’s Latest Works.” The Proceedings of the 4th International Students’ Scientific-Practical Conference "The Priorities of Contemporary Philology: Theory and Practice", Shevchenko, 2011, pp. 280–283.


Laura de la Parra Fernández

de la Parra Fernández, Laura. “‘The body’s unruly event of illness’: (Re)Orienting the Cancer Memoir in Anne Boyer’s The Undying.” Prose Studies: History, Theory, Criticism, vol. 42, no. 1, 2021, pp. 34–52.

de la Parra Fernández, Laura. “Mapping the Self: Leonora Carrington’s Journey Through the Mad Mind in Down Below (1944).” Atlantis: Journal of the Spanish Association for Anglo-American Studies, vol. 43, no. 2, 2021, pp. 110–129.

de la Parra Fernández, Laura. “Blowing Up the Nuclear Family: Shirley Jackson’s Queer Girls in Postwar US Culture.” Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos, vol. 25, pp. 25–49.

de la Parra Fernández, Laura. “Subversive Wanderings in The City of Love: Constructing the Female Body in Paris in Jean Rhys’s Good Morning, Midnight”. ES Review. Spanish Journal of English Studies, vol. 39, 2018, pp. 215–232.

de la Parra Fernández, Laura. “A Way Out of the Female Complaint? Rethinking the Crisis of Contemporary Femininity in Emma Cline’s The Girls.” Studies in the Literary Imagination, no. 50, vol. 2, 2017, pp. 71–89.