Teresa Caneda Cabrera (P. I.)

 Art / Intro  [with Rui Carvalho Homem & David Johnston] “Atlantic communities: Translation, mobility, hospitality.” Atlantic Studies, 15 : 3 (2018). 301-314.

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 B C  "Joyce and the Aesthetics of Silence: Absence and Loss in 'The Dead'" in James Joyce's Silences (eds. Jolanta Wawrzycka, Serenella Zanotti). Bloomsbury Academic, 2018. 93-104.

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 Art   "Women on the Move: Mobility in Evelyn Conlon's Fiction." Estudios Irlandeses no. 12 (2017). 26-38.

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 Art   “One Hundred Years of ‘Silence, Exile and Cunning’: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1916-2016)”. Nexus  2016 : 2. 114-123. 

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 B C  "Trans/atlantic Mobilities: Translating Narratives of Irish Resistance" in Towards 2016: 1916 in Irish Literature, Culture & Society. Crosson, Seán and W. Huber (eds.) Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2015. 83-96.

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 B C  “Joyce, Hospitality and the Foreign Other" in James Joyce: Whence, Whither and How. Giuseppina Cortese et al. (eds) Edizioni dell'Orso, 2015. 269-278.

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 Art  “Translation and Postcolonial Encounters: From Cuba to Ireland and Back” in Interventions 15 : 3 (September 2013). 402-17.

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 Art  “The Translator's Net: The World as Word in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man” in Word and Text, Vol. 2, Issue 2. December 2012. 98-109.

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 B C  “Modernism and the Metropolis: Representing the City as Transitory Spectacle” in Relational Designs in Literature and the Arts: Page and Stage, Canvas and Screen. Rodopi (IFAVL series, no. 158), 2012. 279-291.

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 Art  “The Translational Poetics of Extraterritorial Joyce” in Papers on Joyce, no. 17, 2011. 3-18.

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Martín Urdiales Shaw

 Art  " 'He was in no place and no place was in him': Edward Dahlberg's Autobiographical Fictions as an Epistemology of Sites" in Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos, no. 21, 2017. 145-165.

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 B C  "Race and Cultural Politics in Bellow's Fiction" in The Cambridge Companion to Saul Bellow, 120-133 (chapter 10). Cambridge University Press, 2017. 

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 B C  “Fixing Bernard Malamud's The Fixer through Translation: From El hombre de Kiev (1966) to El reparador (2011)” in Bernard Malamud: A Centennial Tribute. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2016. 163-182.

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 Art  “Between Transmission and Translation: The Rearticulation of Vladek Spiegelman's Languages in Maus” in Translation and Literature, 24 : 1 (Spring) 2015. 23-41.

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 B C  “All about 9/11, all but 9/11: The Shifting Epistemological Paradigm of Art Spiegelman’s In the Shadow of No Towers” in Picturing the Language of Images. Cambridge Scholars Publishing (CSP): Newcastle, 2013. 471-481.

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 B C   “Reaching Beyond the Commix/Ture: Art Spiegelman's Maus as Relational Genre” in Relational Designs in Literature and the Arts: Page and Stage, Canvas and Screen. Rodopi (IFAVL series, no. 158), 2012. 167-183.

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 Art  “Voicing the Survivor of Those Unspeakable Sites: Translating Vladek Spiegelman” in Word and Text. Vol. 2, Issue 2. December 2012. 26-42.

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Jorge Figueroa Dorrego

 Art  "Exposing the Whore: Mysoginy in Prostitute Narratives of Restoration England", Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses, 79 (2019), 33-53.

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 B C  "Genres"  in Restoration Comedy, 1671-1682: A Catalogue. Ed. María José Mora. Amherst: Teneo Press, 2018. 33-43.

 Art  "The Fear of Laughter in Restoration Prose Fiction" in English Literature: Theories, Interpretations, Contexts, vol. 5 (2018), 113-130. Edizioni Ca' Foscari, Venezia.

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 Art  "Genre Shifting in Restoration Adaptations of Cervantes’s “El curioso impertinente”" in Atlantis 40.1 (June 2018). 59-75.

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 Rev   Laura Martínez-García 2014. Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century English Comedies as a New Kind of Drama. A Foucauldian Interpretation of Family Relations, Sexuality, and Resistance as Psychological Power. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press. SEDERI 25, 2015. 193-198

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 Rev  The Marriage-Hater Matched, by Thomas Durfey. Eds. Manuel J. Gómez-Lara, María José Mora, and Paula de Pando. Comedy Studies 6. 1 (2015): 98-99.

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 B C  “Transgressing Class, Gender, and Genre: The Jilt Narratives of Restoration England” in Genre in English Literature (1650-1700): Transitions in Drama and Fiction. Cambria Press, Amherst (NY), 2014. 221-254.

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 Rev  “The Disenchantments of Love (1647). María de Zayas y Sotomayor” in Feminist Writings from Ancient Times to the Modern World. A Global Sourcebook and History. Greenwood/ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara, 2011. 100-103.

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 B C  “Aphra Behn’s Appropriation of the Literary Figure of the Jilt” in Aphra Behn and Her Female Successors, Lit Verlag, Viena, 2011. 93-107.

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 Art  “Ariadne's Adaptation of Alexander Oldys's The Fair Extravagant in She Ventures and He Wins” in SEDERI 19, 2009. 177-188.

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Araceli González Crespán

 Rev  Emeline Jouve, 2017. Susan Glaspell’s Poetics and Politics of Rebellion. Iowa City: Iowa University Press. ACOTACIONES, no. 40 (enero-junio 2018), 261-264.

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 B C  "The Tragic (Male) Hero in the Wake of the New Millenium: Upturning Gender and Sexuality in The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?" in Sex, Gender, and Sexualities in Edward Albee's Plays,  (Vol 2. of New Perspectives in Edward Albee Studies).  Edited by John M. Clum and Cormac O'Brien. Brill, 2018. 121-136.

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 Rev  Voces contra la mediocridad. La vanguardia teatral de los Provincetown Players, 1915-1922 by Noelia Hernando Real). Revista de  Estudios Norteamericanos 20 (2016), 223-226.

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 B C  “Defining Gender and Sexuality in The Children’s Hour” in Woman on Trial. Gender and the Accused Woman in Plays from the Ancient Greece to the Contemporary Stage. (eds. Kritzer, Amelia and Miriam López). Amherst: Teneo Press, 2015. 199-219.

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 Art  “Educational Dramatics: The Instructional Qualities of Fefu and Her Friends” in Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos (REN) no. 17. Universidad de Sevilla, 2013. 43-56.

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 Intro,Trans, Notes  “Apuntes biográficos sobre Beah Richards” (203-205) and “Habla una negra” (207-211) in Asparkía. Investigació Feminista. Special Issue on Mujeres a escena. Dramaturgas estadounidenses contemporáneas, nº 23, Instituto Universitario de Estudios Feministas y de Género, Universitat Jaume I, Castellón, 2012. 

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 Art  “Las mujeres de Lilian Hellman: una voz poderosa en un teatro de hombres” in Asparkía: Investigació Feminista, no. 23. Instituto Universitario de Estudios Feministas y de Género, Universitat Jaume I, Castellón, 2012. 49-71.

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José Carregal Romero

 Art  “Silence and Familial Homophobia in Colm Tóibín’s ‘Entiendes’ and ‘One Minus One’ ” Studi Irlandesi: A Journal of Irish Studies 8 (2018). 393-406.

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 Art  " 'What was a Family?': Politics, Sexuality and Social Change in Colm Tóibín's The Heather Blazing and his early-1990s journalism". Moderna språk 111.2 (2017): 62-77.

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 Art  "Sexuality and (Self)Censorship in Colm Tóibín’s The South: A Comparative Analysis Between the Published Text and the Drafts"Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction (2017).

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 Art  "The Cultural Narratives of AIDS, Gay Sexuality, and the Family in Colm Tóibín’s The Blackwater Lightship."PLL: Papers on Language and Literature 52.4 (2016): 350-373.

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 Art  "Sexuality and the Culture of Silence in Colm Tóibín’s 'The Pearl Fishers' "Atlantis: Journal of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies 37.1 (2015): 69-83.

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 Art  [with Teresa Caneda Cabrera]"Female Mobility in James Joyce’s 'Eveline' and Colm Tóibín’s Brooklyn"Papers on Joyce 19/20 (2013-2014): 55-74.

 Art  " 'I am not one of his followers': The Rewriting of the Cultural Icon of the Virgin in Colm Tóibín’s The Testament of Mary"Alicante Journal of English Studies 26 (2013): 89-100.

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 Art  "Gender, Sexuality and the Ideology of the Family in Ireland"ES: Revista de Filología Inglesa 34 (2013): 77-95.

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 Art  "Colm Tóibín and Post-Nationalist Ireland: Redefining Family through Alterity"Estudios Irlandeses 7 (2012): 1-9.

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 Art  "An Na's 'A Step from Heaven': Bleak Realities, a Hopeful Future"ANILIJ - Anuario de Investigación en Literatura Infantil y Juvenil, 10 (2012). 23-32.

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 BC  "The Deconstruction of Canonical Texts of Irish Nationhood: Motherhood as a Site of Conflict in Joseph O’Connor’s 'Mothers Were All the Same' and Colm Tóibín’s 'The Heather Blazing' "Weaving New Perspectives Together: Some Reflections on Literary Studies. Coord. María Alonso et al. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2012: 120-135.

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