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Hispanic Review

Hispanic Review A quarterly journal devoted to research in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian literatures and cultures, from the medieval period to the present.

Check out the Summer issue of Hispanic Review, now on Project Muse! This issue features articles on the Poetry of Luis P...
07/27/2017

Check out the Summer issue of Hispanic Review, now on Project Muse! This issue features articles on the Poetry of Luis Palés Matos, Rosario Castellanos and the US Women's Liberation Movement, and more!

https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/36688

Hispanic Review 85.1 (Winter 2017) is out! Topics discussed in the issue include Lorca's Vieja a la luna, Isabel Franc's...
02/15/2017
Project MUSE - Hispanic Review-Volume 85, Number 1, Winter 2017

Hispanic Review 85.1 (Winter 2017) is out! Topics discussed in the issue include Lorca's Vieja a la luna, Isabel Franc's le***an stories, and the short fiction of Santiago Ramon y Cajal. Find the full issue on Project Muse here: https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/35808. For subscription information, visit hr.pennpress.org.

Articles
"Approaching Lorca’s Viaje a la luna: Structural Patterns, Symbolic
Concatenation, and El público" by Andrew A. Anderson

"'Fish and Trees Are Alike': The Movement of Identity in Kirmen Uribe’s Bilbao–New York–Bilbao" by Sally Perret

"Resisting Invisibility: Lesbianizing the Public Space in Isabel Franc’s Emma García Stories" by Diana Aramburu

"Microscopy, Theatricality, and the Making of Cultural Consensus in the Short Fiction of Santiago Ramón y Cajal" by Loredana Comparone

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The new issue of Hispanic Review is out! Check out the Table of Contents for HR 84.4 below:Articles"Los cautivos de Arge...
10/24/2016

The new issue of Hispanic Review is out! Check out the Table of Contents for HR 84.4 below:

Articles
"Los cautivos de Argel de Lope de Vega y la expulsiòn de los moriscos" by Natalio Ohanna
"Between the Unthinkable and the Unsayable: The Legacy of
Brigadas Dominicanas (December 1961–March 1963)" by Elizabeth Christine Russ
"Casting the Reader as Eyewitness: Apostrophe and Visualization in Juan Latino’s Austrias Carmen (1573)" by Maxim Rigaux
"Los grabados de Virgil Solis: una fuente iconográfica para las comedias mitològicas de Lope de Vega" by Sònia Boadas

Please enjoy the Table of Contents for the Summer 2016 (Vol. 84.3) of Hispanic Review:Articles"Quevedo y Alberti frente ...
08/01/2016

Please enjoy the Table of Contents for the Summer 2016 (Vol. 84.3) of Hispanic Review:

Articles

"Quevedo y Alberti frente al lienzo: La silva 'El pincel' y dos sonetos de A la pintura (1945)" by Leticia Mercado

"'Dineros en cruzados': The Morisco Expulsion, Numismatic Propaganda, and the Materiality of Ricote's Coins" by Chad Leahy

"Blood, Purity, and Pleasure in Leopoldo Alas’s La Regenta" by Julia Chang

Reviews

The Formation of Brazilian Souls: Imagery of the Republic in Brazil by José Murilo de Carvalho (review by Natalia Brizuela)

The Aesthetics of the Ephemeral: Memory Theaters in Contemporary Barcelona by Jennifer Duprey (review by Edgar Illas)

Judíos y conversos en el Corpus Christi: la dramaturgia calderoniana by Juan Carlos Garrot Zambrana (review by Felipe B. Pedraza Jiménez)

Roots of Brazil by Sérgio Buarque de Holanda (review by Dylon Robbins)

Transatlantic Correspondence: Modernity, Epistolarity, and Literature in Spain and Spanish America by José Luis Venegas (review by Phillip H. Round)

Mapping the Landscape, Remapping the Text: Spanish Poetry from Antonio Machado’s Campos de Castilla to the First Avant Garde (1909–1925) by Renée M. Silverman (review by C. Christopher Soufas Jr.)

Argentine, Mexican, and Guatemalan Photography: Feminist, Q***r, and Post-Masculinist Perspectives by David William Foster (review by Sofía Ruiz-Alfaro)

Teatros nacionales republicanos: la Segunda República y el teatro clásico español by David Rodríguez-Solás (review by Elena Cueto Asín)

Capital Fictions: The Literature of Latin America’s Export Age by Ericka Beckman (review by Alejandro Mejías-López)

Coloniality of Diasporas: Rethinking Intra-Colonial Migrations in a Pan-Caribbean Context by Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel (review by Rosamond S. King)

Baroque Sovereignty: Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora and the Creole Archive of Colonial Mexico by Anna More (review by Erin Graff Zivin)

Interested in the way violence against women has been presented in Spanish film and literature? In "The “Beauty” of Suff...
07/07/2016

Interested in the way violence against women has been presented in Spanish film and literature? In "The “Beauty” of Suffering: Representations of Violence against Women in Spain—from María de Zayas to Alicia Luna and Icíar Bollaín" (HR 84.2) Sonia Pérez-Villanueva studies the popular film Te doy mis ojos, considering the legal history of violence against women from medieval times to present day, the way it responds to early modern aesthetics of violence in Spain, and compares the film to the works of seventeenth-century writer María de Zayas. https://muse.jhu.edu/article/621010

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