Engages in a critical reanalysis of historical Ibero-American experimental poetry in order to demonstrate how the contemporary digital vanguard owes much to this tradition.
First English translation of these important works by two of Spain’s most gifted writers and intellectuals.
A comparative study of Latin American and francophone postcoloniality.
Examines the relationship of Spain’s 1960s tourist boom to Franco’s right-wing dictatorship.
Fictional narrative of a young girl’s experiences at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War.
Exposes the cultural roots of Spanish fascism.
Examines how recent Mexican and Spanish films act as untroubling distractions from everyday routines.
An introduction to the thought of three major philosophers of twentieth-century Spain.
Examines crucial moments of transition in Spanish culture and society during both dictatorship and democracy.
A collection of essays on the novelist María de Zayas and other seventeenth century Spanish women writers.
Written by one of twentieth-century Spain's most prominent intellectuals, this book--part memoir, part lyrical novel--is both a Bildungsroman about a young woman's intellectual formation during a crucial period of Spanish history (1929-1931) and a philosophical meditation upon the individual's place in society.
The first anthology in English on modern Spanish women's history and identity formation.
Provides a clear account of the issues in Spanish American fiction in the last quarter-century by attempting to answer questions on the Boom, Post-Boom, and its relation to Postmodernism.
Traces the history of chivalric fiction in Western Europe, from the earliest Celtic tales to the conflict between romance and realism in Don Quixote.
Published in 1647, these ten tales are among the earliest narratives in Western literature to focus on women's experiences and points of view in love relationships.
This first anthology in English dedicated exclusively to Spanish-American women playwrights includes eight plays by award-winning authors who have received national and international acclaim.
Argues that the Comedia de Calisto y Melibea is a drama grounded in the western humanist tradition.