ARTIGOS e CAPÍTULOS DE LIBRO

ARTIGOS e CAPÍTULOS DE LIBRO

2020

  • Gómez González, M. Á. and  Dehé. 2020. The pragmatics and prosody of variable tag questions in English:Uncovering function-to-form correlationsJournal of Pragmatics 158. 33-52
  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita. “Recent Contributions to the Irish Novel by Sara Baume, Anna Burns and Eleanor O’Reilly: On Language, Words and Wordlessness” Oceánide 13 (Enero-Diciembre 2020): 85-94. ISSN: 1989-6328
  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita. “Deirdre Madden”. Dictionary of Literary Biography. Vol. 386: Twenty-First-Century Irish Fiction Writers. Michael R. Molino. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale. A Cengage Company. A Bruccoli Clark Layman Book, 2020. 166-177. ISBN-13: 978-1-4103-9593-1 ISSN 1096-8547
  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita. “‘O Jamesy let me up out of this’: Molly Bloom in Joseph Strick’s and Sean Walsh’s Films”. From Page to Screen/Vom Buch Zum Film. Modification and misrepresentation of femla characters in audiovisual media/ Veränderung und verfälschung wiblicher figuren in den audiovisuellen medien.: Tübingen, Narr Francke Attempto Verlag GmbH + CoKG, 2020. 261-284. ISSN: 2197-6392
  • Estévez Saá, Margarita.Joyces’ Heirs: Joyce’s Imprint on Recent Global Literatures” Estudios Irlandeses 15 (March 2020-Feb. 2021): 230-232. ISSN 1699-311X https://www.estudiosirlandeses.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/DEF-SPAIN-SECTION.pdf
  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita, Manuela Palacios-González y Noemí Pereira-Ares, “Introduction”. Estudios Irlandeses (Número especial “Eco-Fictions, the Animal Trope and Irish Studies”) 15.2 (Noviembre 2020): 1-5 ISBN: 1699-311X
  • https://www.estudiosirlandeses.org/issue/issue-15-2/
  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita. “An Artist, first and foremost”: An Interview with Sara Baume. Estudios Irlandeses. (Número especial “Eco-Fictions, the Animal Trope and Irish Studies”) 15.2 (Noviembre 2020): 117-128. ISBN: 1699-311X https://www.estudiosirlandeses.org/issue/issue-15-2/
  • Estévez-Saa, Margarita. “Recent Contributions to the Irish Novel by Sara Baume, Anna Burns and Eleanor O’Reilly: On Language, Words and Wordlessness” Oceánide 13-2020 (Lorenzo Modia, María Jesús et al, eds.) Oceánide, Journal of the Spanish Society for the Study of Popular Culture. SELICUP(2020): 85-94. 
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura Mª. ““England’s Most Precious Gift”: Virginia Woolf’s Transformations into Spanish”. A Companion to World Literature. Ed. Ken Seigneurie. Oxford: Wiley Blackwells, 2020.ISBN: 978-1-118-99318-7. https://www.wiley.com/en-us/A+Companion+to+World+Literature-p-9781118993187
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura Mª. “Evil Children of the Diaspora: Andrea Levy’s “Deborah’” in Laura Mª Lojo Rodríguez, Jorge Sacido Romero y Noemí Pereira Ares (eds.). Postcolonial Youth in Contemporary Fiction in Britain. Amsterdam: Brill Rodopi.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura Mª. “War Thoughts from the Periphery: Contemporary Perspectives” en Oceánide 13: 22-28, 2020.  https://oceanide.es/index.php/012020/article/view/35
  • Palacios, Manuela & María Xesús Nogueira. “Otherwhereness and Gender: Mary O’Malley’s Asylum Road and Marga do Val’s A cidade sen roupa ao sol”  Oceánide 13-2020 (Lorenzo Modia, María Jesús et al, eds.) Oceánide, Journal of the Spanish Society for the Study of Popular Culture. SELICUP (2020): 103-110.
  • Palacios González, Manuela.“As relación literario-culturais entre Galicia e Irlanda. O futuro que queremos construír”, en A propósito da viaxe de Plácido Castro ás Illas Blasket (Irlanda, 1928). Eds. Uxío-Breogán Diéguez Cequiel y Xulio Ríos. CAPÍTULO DE LIBRO. Instituto Galego de Historia y Fundación Plácido Castro, 2020: 71-91. ISBN: 978-84-09-20814-2. 
  • Pereira-Ares, Noemí. “Meera Syal’s ‘The Traveller’. Its Feminist Allegory and Later Echoes.” ATLANTIS: Revista de la Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos, 42.1: 1-19.
  • Pereira-Ares, Noemí. 2020. “‘Other Indias, Other Clothes’. Subversive Dress in Hanif Kureishi’s The Buddha of Suburbia”. Revolving around India(s): Alternative Images, Emerging Perspectives, edited by Juan Ignacio Oliva-Cruz, Antonia Navarro-Tejero and Jorge Diego-Sánchez. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 133-147.
  • Roldán Romero, Vanesa. “Transhumanist Contraceptives in June Caldwell’s ‘The Implant.’” Journal of Posthuman Studies 1 (2020): 96-106. doi: 10.5325/jpoststud.4.1.0096.

 

 

 

2019:

  • Estévez Saá, Margarita and María Jesús Lorenzo Modia. “Introduction – The Ethics and Aesthetics of Eco-Caring: Contemporary Debates On Ecofeminism(S)”. The Ethics and Aesthetics of Eco-Caring: Contemporary Debates on Ecofeminism(s). New York, Routledge, 2019, 1-25.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura Mª. “Border Experiences and Liminality in Andrea Levy’s Short Stories” in Laura Mª Lojo Rodríguez y Barbara Korte (eds.). Borders and Border Crossing in the Contemporary English Short Story. Londres: Palgrave, 2019. ISBN: 978-3-030-30358-7.  
  • Palacios, Manuela“Relational Difference in Sinéad Morrissey’s Poetry: An Ecocritical Approach”Études Irlandaises, 44.1(Autumn/Winter, 2019): 73-85.
  • Palacios, Manuela.Migrant Shores: en prol dunha ecoloxía da atención e da tradución. Galicia 21, Issue I ‘19 (2019): 125-145.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Switching Darkness Off”, en Ανθολογία Νέων ΙρλανδώνΠοιητών / Anthology of Young Irish Poets.  Ingrid Casey. CAPÍTULO DE LIBRO. Atenas, Grecia: Vakxikon, 2019: 9-15. ISBN: 978-960-638-060-0. 
  • https://www.youngpoets.eu/en/anthology-of-young-irish-poets/
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Διαδρομές στη νέα γαλικιανή ποίηση” [Singraduras pola poesía galega nova] en Ανθολογία Νέων Γαλικιανών Ποιητών – Antoloxía De Poesía Galega Nova. Ed. Manuela Palacios. CAPÍTULO DE LIBRO. Atenas, Grecia: Vakxikon, 2019: 7-13. ISBN: 978-960-638-071-6. 
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Inside the Whale: Configurations of An-other Female Subjectivity” en M Estévez Saá y MJ Lorenzo Modia: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Eco-Caring: Contemporary Debates on Ecofeminism(s). CAPÍTULO DE LIBRO. New York, Routledge, 2019, 38-50. 
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Switching Darkness Off: Young Irish Poets”. Introduction to anthology Young Irish Poets. Athens: Vakxikon, 2019.  
  • Pereira-Ares, Noemí. “Sartorial Borders and Border Crossing in Contemporary Multi-Ethnic Short Stories”. Borders and Border Crossings in the Contemporary British Short Story, edited by Barbara Korte and Laura Lojo-Rodríguez. 149-170.
  • Sacido-Romero, Jorge. “Stranded in a Border Zone: Traumatic Liminality in Black British Short Stories”. In Borders and Border Crossings in the Contemporary British Short Story, eds. B. Korte and L. Lojo-Rodríguez. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, 115-131. ISBN 978-3-030-30358-7
  • Sacido-Romero, Jorge. ““Being then Nothing”: Physicality, Abjection and Creation in Janice Galloway’s Short Fiction”. IJES: International Journal of English Studies. 19/1 (2019): 133-150. ISSN: 1578-7044.

 

 

2018

  • Barbeito Varela, J. Manuel. ‘Jonathan Culler: Teoría, literatura y la posibilidad de la crítica, en Theory Now. A Journal of Theory, Literature, Critique, and Thought. Vol. 1, No 1 (2018), pp. 35-50.v
  • Doval-Suárez, S. M. & E. González-Álvarez.  “The use of tag questions in the oral production of L2 English learners”. En M. Á. Gómez González e J. L. Mackenzie (eds.), The Construction of Discourse as Verbal Interaction, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2018, 245-283.
  • Gómez-González, María de los Ángeles e Nicole Dehé. “The constructional pragmatics of variable tag questions in English. Function, prosody and other relevant features”. Journal of Pragmatics.
  • Gómez González, María de los Ángeles. “‘God that came out quick didn’t it eh’: Variable and Invariable Tag Questions in British English”. In The Construction of Discourse as Verbal Interaction, M. Á. Gómez González e J. Lachlan Mackenzie, eds. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 2018, 189-241.
  • Gómez González, M. Á. e Lachlan Macknezie. “How do we construct our verbal interaction?” In The Construction of Discourse as Verbal Interaction, M. Á. Gómez González e J. Lachlan Mackenzie, eds. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 2018, 1-25.
  • González Groba, Constante. “Racism and Fascism in Roger Corman’s Film Adaptation of Charles Beaumont’s The Intruder”. Moravian Journal of Literature and Film. Vol. 16. 1-2. 2018, pp. 3-18.
  • González Groba, Constante. “The Emmett Till Case and Its Reverberations in Southern Autobiography”. The Legacy of the Master: Spanish Perspectives on American Literature. Peter Lang.
  • González Groba, Constante. “European Existentialism Becomes an Impetus for Change in the American South: Carson McCullers’ Clock without Hands”. Ideas Crossing the Atlantic: Theories, Normative Conceptions and Cultural Images. Publications of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. 
  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita. “ ‘Us returniks’: Transcultural Atlantic Exchanges in Mary Rose Callaghan’s and Elizabeth Wassell’s Novels”. In Looking Out on the Fields. Reimagining Irish Literature and Culture. Eds. A. de Toro Santos  & Eduardo Barros Grela. Université de Rennes 2, 2018, 223-239.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. “Magic Realism and Experimental Fiction. From Virginia Woolf to Jeanette Winterson”. En The Oxford Handbook to Virginia Woolf. Anne Fernald, ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. “‘Thought in American and for the Americans’: Victoria Ocampo, Sur and European Modernism”. En Philosophy in the Condition of Modernism, Ana Falcato, ed. Londres: Palgrave. 2018, 167-190.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. “Victorian Male Heroes and Romance in Elizabeth Bowen’s Short Fiction”. En Tracing the Heroic through Gender, Monika Mommertz, Thomas Seedorf, Carolin Bahr, Andreas Schlüter, eds. Würzburg.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. “Unnatural Promises: The Trace of Evil in Elizabeth Bowen’s ‘The Demon Lover.’” En Reading the Trace: History and Memory in Modern and Contemporary Fiction, Rosario Arias, ed. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholar Publishing.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. ‘“Thought in American and for the Americans”: Victoria Ocampo, Sur and European Modernism’. Philosophy in the Condition of Modernism. Ana Falcato y Antonio Cardiello eds. Londres: Palgrave, 2018, 167-190. ISBN: 978-3-319-77077-2. https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-77078-9
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. “‘Genealogies of Women’: Discourses on Mothering and Motherhood in the Short Fiction of Michèle Roberts” en Gender and Short Fiction: Women’s Tales in Contemporary Britain. London and New York: Routledge, 2018. 102-122.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. “England’s Most Precious Gift: Virginia Woolf’s Transformations into Spanish”. A Companion to World Literature. Ed. Kenneth Seigneurie. Oxford: Blackwells, 2018.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Inside the Whale: Configurations of An-other Female Subjectivity”. Women’s Studies, 47.2: 160-172.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Poetry from Northern Ireland: Dialogues across Boundaries”. In Looking Out on the Fields. Reimagining Irish Literature and Culture. Eds. A. de Toro Santos  & Eduardo Barros Grela. TIR, Université de Rennes 2, 2018, 165-189.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Straddling Words: Mary O’Donnell’s Cultural Critique’. En Giving Shape to the Moment. The Art of Mary O’Donnell: Poet, Novelist and Short Story Writer, ed. Elena Jaime de Pablos. Bern: Peter Lang, 2018: 20-35.
  • Pereira-Ares, Noemí. Fashion, Dress and Identity in South Asian Diaspora Narratives: From the Eighteenth Century to Monica Ali. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN: 978-3319613963.
  • Pérez Casal, Inmaculada.  “The Romance Novel as Bildungsroman in the Works of Rosamunde Pilcher and Lisa Kleypas.” En María Ferrández San Miguel & Claus-Peter Neumann (Eds.), Taking Stock to Look Ahead: Celebrating Forty Years of English Studies in Spain (pp. 139- 144). Zaragoza: Servizo de Publicacións Universidad de Zaragoza.
  • Pérez-Casal, Inmaculada. “Re-enacting Mythical Englishness and American Exceptionalism: the Romance Hero in Lisa Kleypas’s Wallflowers” En B. Brickman, D. Jermyn & T. Trost (Eds.), Love Across the Atlantic: UK-US Romance in Popular Media. Edimburgo: Edinburgh University Press. En prensa.v
  • Pérez-Casal, Inmaculada. “‘There’s Something Charming about a Man with an Accent, Isn’t There?’ (Un)changing Representations of Otherness in Lisa Kleypas’s Fiction.” En M.I. González-Cruz, M. Ramos-García & Laura Vivanco (Eds.), Romancing the Other: Essays on Love, Language, Place and Identity in Popular Culture. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. En prensa.
  • Pérez Casal, Inmaculada. (2018). “Mass-Market Romance and the Question of Genre: N. Sparks, E. L. James and D. Gabaldon.” Oceánide, 10, en liña.v
  • Rodríguez Durán, Jorge. “Urban Tales: Women’s Imaginaries in Short Fiction about the Troubles”. Proceedings from the 40th Interantional Conference of the Spanish Association for Angloamerican Studies (AEDEAN), Ferrández San Miguel, María e Claus-Peter Neumann (ed). Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Zaragoza, 2018. pp. 145-158.v
  • Rodríguez Durán, Jorge. “God save a poesía galega”.  Revista de literatura. Número I: Recuperar as mans. Xuño/setembro 2018, pp- 45-46.v
  • Rodríguez Durán, Jorge. “Entrevista a Keith Payne”  Revista de literatura. Número I: Recuperar as mans. Xuño/setembro 2018, pp. 47-48. ISSN 2603-7416.
  • Rodríguez Durán, Jorge. “Encrucillada de narrativas fuxidías”.  Revista galega de cultura, 217. Xaneiro, febreiro, marzo 2018. pp. 76-77.
  • Sacido-Romero, Jorge. “Introduction”. Gender and Short Fiction: Women’s Tales in Contemporary Britain. Eds. J. Sacido e L. Lojo. New York: Routledge, 2018, pp. 1-14.
  • Sacido-Romero, Jorge. “Chapter 10: In a Different Voice: Janice Galloway’s Short Stories”. Gender and Short Fiction: Women’s Tales in Contemporary Britain. Eds. J. Sacido e L. Lojo. New York: Routledge, 2018, pp. 191-214.
  • Sacido-Romero, Jorge. “Liminality in Janice Galloway’s Short Fiction”. Zeitschrift für und Amerikanistik: A Quarterly of Language, Literature and Culture. 66/4 (2018). Sacido-Romero, Jorge.An Interview with Janice Galloway”. The Bottle Imp 23 (June 2018).
  • Sacido-Romero, Jorge. “Intertextuality and Intermediality in Janice Galloway’s ‘Scenes from the Life’ (Blood 1991)”. Short Fiction in Theory and Practice 8/1 (2018).

 

2017

 

2016

  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita. ‘Women and Freedom in Muriel Spark’s Fiction,’ Taking Liberties: Scottish Literature and Expressions of Freedom, Ian Brown, David Clark e Rubén Jarazo-Álvarez, eds. Scottish Literature International, 2016. 152-166.
  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita. “A Map of Things Known and Lost in Anne Enright’s The Green Road,” Estudios Irlandeses, 11 (2016): 45-55.
  • Estévez-Saá José Manuel e Margarita Estévez-Saá. “A Terrible Beatury Reborn: The Easter Rising Centenary Commemorations,” Nexus, 2 (2016): 105-113.
  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita e Noemí Pereira-Ares. “Trauma and Transculturalism in Contemporary Fictional Memories of 9/11.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction3 (2016): 268-278.
  • Fra López, Patricia. “El último viaje a España con W[alter], 1925” e “Regreso a Compostela” (trad.). En Del viaje como arte. Travesías por España, Francia, Italia y el Mediterráneo, Teresa Gómez Reud, ed. Madrid: La línea del horizonte. 2016, pp. 238-262.
  • Gómez González, María de los Ángeles. “Canonical Tag Questions in English, Spanish and Portuguese: A Discourse-Functional Study.” En Genre-and-Register-Related Discocurse Features in Contrast, Marie-Aude Lefer & Svetlana Vogeleer, eds. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 93-126.
  • González Álvarez, Elsa e Susana María Doval Suárez. “The Use of Extraposition in the Written Production of Spanish Advanced Learners of English”. The Linguistics Journal 1: 5-27.
  • Iglesias Rábade, Luis. ‘Falsificación documental en la Baja Edad Media en Inglaterra’. En Madonna à ‘N Sé Vertute con Valore. Estudios en homenaje a Isable González, Carmen F. Blanco Valdés e Ana Mª Domínguez Ferro, eds. Servizo de Publicacións da Universidade de Santiago e da Universidad de Córdoba, 345-356, 2016.
  • Iglesias Rábade, Luis. “Estudio comparado del régimen jurídico del delito de falsedad documental en el Derecho hispánico e inglés en el Medievo”. Estudios de Deusto 64/2 (outubro), 2016.+
  • Iglesias Rábade, Luis. “Estudio comparado de las penas corporales en el derecho hispánico e inglés en la Edad Moderna,” Anuario de Historia del Derecho Español, 86 (2016): 297-350.+
  • Iglesias Rábade, Luis. “Las penas corporales en el derecho hispánico e inglés en la Edad Media. Estudio comparado,” Revista de Estudios Histórico-Jurídicos, 38 (2016): 123-147.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. “Virginia Woolf in Spanish-Speaking Countries”. En The Blackwell Companion to Virginia Woolf, Jessica Berman, ed. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016. 467-480.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Stand Still: Photographs of Irish Migrating Women.” Ex-sistere. Women’s Mobility in Contemporary Irish, Welsh and Galician Literatures, María Jesús Lorenzo Modia, ed. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2016. 154-189.
  • Sacido Romero, Jorge. ‘Ghostly Visitations in Contemporary Short Fiction by Women: Fay Weldon, Janice Galloway and Ali Smith.’ Atlantis: Journal of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies. 38.2 (December 2016): 83-102.
  • Varela Zapata, Jesús. ‘El mapa miente: La centralidad perdida de Europa y Occidente.’ A Crise de Occidente, Beatriz Fernández Herrero et al., eds. Lugo: Axac. 2016. 171-179.
  • Varela Zapata, Jesús. ‘Swift’s Fantasy as a Vindication of Tolerance.’ Jonathan Swift and Philosophy, Janelle Pötsch, ed. Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield. 2016: 171-186.

 

2015

  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita. “Transnationalism and Transculturality in Twenty-First-Century Irish Novels.Nordic Irish Studies 14(2015): 1-17.
  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita. “El relato breve en la literatura irlandesa de la segunda mitad del siglo XX y la herencia de Mary Lavin.Fragmentos de realidad: Los autores y las poéticas del cuento en lengua inglesa, Santiago Rodríguez Guerrero-Strachan, ed. Valladolid: Ediciones Universidad de Valladolid, 2015.157-172.
  • Fra López, Patricia. “Las escritoras en el Camino: el peregrinaje de Edith Wharton a Santiago de Compostela 1925-1930″.  Miradas cruzadas. Escritoras, artistas e imaginarios (España-EE.UU. 1830-1930), Fernanda Bustamante e Beatriz Furrús, coords. Valencia: PUV-Universidad de Valencia. 2015, pp. 139-165.
  • Gálvez Gómez, Laura. ‘El tema artúrico de la compañía (fellowship) en la obra de J.R.R. Tolkien, El señor de los anillos.’ R.R. Tolkien: el árbol de las historias, eds. Pablo Gutiérrez Carreras, Mª Isabel Abradelo de Usera e Ignacio Armada Manrique. Madrid: CEU Ediciones, 2015. 79-88.
  • Gómez-González, María de los Ángeles. “Cohesion.” The International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction, Karen Tracy, Cornelia Ilie e Todd Sandel, eds. Boston: John Wiley & Sons, 2015.
  • González Groba, Constante. “Ellen Glasgow’s Life and Gabriella: The Darwinian Struggle for Life and the Romance of Progress’. Résonanes 1 (2015). 1245-2262.
  • González Groba, Constante. “‘So Far I and My People Are Concerned the South Is Fascist Now and Always Has Been’: Carson McCullers and the Racial Problem”. Atlantis 2 (2015): 63-81.
  • Jiménez Placer, Susana. ‘Performing Southern Womanhood in Katherine Anne Porter’s Miranda Stories’. Performing South. The US South as Transmedial Message, Beata Zawadka, ed. Szczecin: University of Szczecin, 2015, pp. 103-120.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. “La poética del cuento en la primera mitad del siglo XX en Reino Unido: Virginia Woolf y Elizabeth Bowen”. Fragmentos de realidad: Los autores y las poéticas del cuento en lengua inglesaSantiago Rodríguez Guerrero-Strachan, ed. Valladolid: Servicio de publicaciones de la Universidad, 2015. 111-125.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “A cidade das mulleres: imaxinarios urbanos na poesía actual de Galicia e Irlanda” en Novo espazo público: a emerxencia cultural, Herrero, M.P. Freire & E. Agrelo, eds. Santiago: Universidade de Santigo de Compostela, 2015: 29-41.
  • Palacios González, Manuela: “Prólogo” en Un bosque novo. Antoloxía de poesía gaélica do século XX, Carme Rodríguez Alonso, ed. A Coruña: Trifolium, 2015: 7-10.
  • Palacios González, Manuela (con María do Cebreiro Rábade Villar). ‘Mary O’Donnell: De Dublín a Compostela’ (Tradución de poesía e introdución bio-bibliográfica). A trabe de ouro. Publicación galega de pensamento crítico, 103 (2015): 443-457.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. ‘Foto-grafías: mulleres migrantes galegas e irlandesas.’ Galicia 21: Journal of Contemporary Galician Studies. 2015: 5-23.
  • Pereira-Ares, Noemí. “Sartorial Memories of a Colonial Past and a Diasporic Present in Kamala Markandaya’s The Nowhere Man.” Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 50.2 (2015): 179-196.
  • Pereira-Ares, Noemí. “‘Scrupulously and Meanly Dressed’: On the Function of Dress in Dubliners.” Papers on Joyce 19/20 (2015): 1-16.
  • Pereira-Ares, Noemí. “Transculturalism and Cultural Translation in Cauvery Madhavan’s Paddy Indian.” Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 51.4 (2015): 476-489.
  • Sacido Romero, Jorge. “Revoicing/Writing: An Introduction to Theorizing Vocality.” Sound Effects: The Object Voice in Fiction, Jorge Sacido Romero e Sylvia Mieszkowski, eds. Leiden: Brill / Rodopi, 2015. 1-18.
  • Sacido Romero, Jorge. “The Voice in Twentieth-Century English Short Fiction: E.M. Foster, V. S. Pritchett and Muriel Spark.’ Sound Effects: The Object Voice in Fiction, Jorge Sacido Romero e Sylvia Mieszkowski, eds. Leiden: Brill / Rodopi, 2015. 185-214.

 

2014

  • Barbeito Varela, José Manuel. “El tiempo, el amor y la celebración del ser según ‘Lullaby,’ de W.H. Auden.” Quaderns de Versàlia H. Auden. 2014: 26-33.
  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita. “Immigration in Celtic Tiger and post-Celtic Tiger Novels.” Literary Visions of Multicultural Ireland. The Immigrant in Contemporary Irish Literature, Pilar Villar-Argáiz, ed. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2014. 79-92.
  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita. “Mary Lavin’s Joycean ‘Arrows in Flight’: A Reappraisal of her Contribution to the Short Story,” Papers on Joyce, 19/20. 195-210.
  • Fra López, Patricia. “De la letra a la imagen. O de cómo volver a hablar sobre literatura, cine, adaptación y no morir en el intento…” Diálogos Intertextuales6: The Lion King/ El Rey León, Ana Pereira Rodríguez e Lourdes Lorenzo García, eds. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. 2014, pp. 23-45.
  • Gómez-González, María de los Ángeles. “Canonical Tag Questions in English, Spanish and Portuguese. A Discourse-Functional Study.” Languages in Contrast 1 (2014): 93-126.
  • Gómez-González, María de los Ángeles e Ana Patricia García Varela. “Discourse-organizational patterns in English and Spanish: Some Notes on the Thematic Management of News Reports.” RESLA1 (2014): 87-111.
  • Gómez-González, María de los Ángeles, Francisco Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, Francisco Gonzálvez García e Angela Downing. “On the Relatedness of Functionalism and Pragmatics.” The Functional Perspective on Language and Discourse: Implications and Applications, A. Gómez-González, F. Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, F. Gonzálvez García e A. Downing, eds. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2014. 1-16.
  • Gómez-González, María de los Ángeles, Francisco Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, Francisco Gonzálvez García e Angela Downing. “Plotting Functional-Cognitive Space.” In Theory and Practice in Functional-Cognitive Space. M. A. Gómez-González, F. Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez e F. González García, eds. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2014. 1-58.
  • González Groba, Constante. “Ellen Glasgow’s The Battle-Ground: The New Woman Emerges from the Ashes of Civil War”. Innocence and Loss: Representations of War and National Identity in the United States, Cynthia Stretch e Cristina Alsina, eds. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014, 27-47.
  • González Groba, Constante. “Illness as Metaphor in the American South: Lee Smith’s Diagnosis of a Schrizophrenic Culture and a Metastasized Social Body”. The Scourges of the South: Essays on ‘The Sickly South’ in History, Literature, and Popular Culture, Thomas Bjerre e Beata Zawadla, eds. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2014, 133-148.
  • González Groba, Constante. “Putting the Dynamic Past to Everyday Use in the Fiction of Southern Women Writers”. Short Story Criticism: Criticism of the Works of Short Fiction. Volume 193. Lawrence J. Trudeau. Detroit: Gale Cengage Learning. 2014, 336-342.
  • González Groba, Constante. “The Call of the Hearth versus the Callo f the Wild: Residence and Transience in Bobbie Ann Mason’s Short Fiction”. Short Story Criticism: Criticism of the Works of Short Fiction. Volume 193, Lawrence J. Trudeau, ed. Detroit: Gale Cengage Learning. 2014, 299-307.
  • González Groba, Constante. “The View from Elsewhere Shapes the Racial Conversion Narrative: Lillian Smith and Katharine De Pre Lumpkin”. The South from Elsewhere, Marcel Arbeit, ed. Palacky University Olomouc. Olomouc: Czech Republic, 2014, 55-77.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. “Unveiling the Past: Éilís Ní Dhuibhne’s ‘Sex in the Context of Ireland.’” Nordic Irish Studies, 13.2 (2014): 19-30.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. “‘The Saving Power of Hallucination’: Elizabeth Bowen’s “Mysterious Kôr” and Female Romance”. Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 62.4 (2014): 273-289. ISSN: 0044-2305.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Cuestión de enfoque: Fotografía, muller e viaxe.” Letras nómades – Experiencias da mobilidade feminina na literatura galega, Aña Acuña, ed. Berlin: Frank & Timme GmbH, 2014. 117-152.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Translation in the Feminine: Theory, Commitment and (Good) Praxis.” Women’s Studies International Forum. 42 (2014): 87-93. ISSN: 0277-5395.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Cuestión de enfoque: fotografía, muller e viaxe.” Letras nómades – Experiencias da mobilidade feminina na literatura galega, Ana Acuña, ed. Berlin: Frank & Timme GmbH, 2014. 97-152.
  • Palacios González, Manuela e María Xesús Nogueira Pereira. “Engendered Landscape: Poetic Interventions in Ireland and Galicia.” Contemporary Developments in Emergent Literature and the New Europe, César Domínguez Prieto e Manus O’Dwyer, eds. Santiago: Servizo de Publicacións da Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 2014. 185-206.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Enriched and Challenged: Women Writer’s Encounters with Foreignness.” Interrogating Gazes: Comparative Critical Views on the Representation of Foreignness and Otherness, Montserrat Cots, Pere Gifra-Adroher e Glyn Hambrook, eds. Bern: Peter Lang, 2014. 187-194.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Intimations of Displacement in Irish and Galician Poetry”. Mobile Narratives: Travel, Migration, and Transculturation, Eleftheria Arapoglou, Mónika Fodor e Jopi Nyman, eds. London: Routledge, 2014. 174-186.
  • Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, Francisco e María de los Ángeles Gómez-González. “Discourse Constructions and the Organization of Discourse.” Theory and Practice in Functional-Cognitive Space, A. Gómez-González, F. Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez e F. Gonzálvez García, eds. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2014. 1-30.
  • Varela Zapata, Jesus. “La poética de un vicio: el juego de azar en la historia de la literatura inglesa”. Literatura & Jogo – Narrativas, Discursos, Representaçoes e Mitos, Isabel N. Patim et al., eds. Lisboa: Esfera do Caos, 2014. 67-74.
  • Varela Zapata, Jesus. “Still Postcolonial but Treading the Path”. A Rich Field Full of Pleasant Surprises: Essays on Contemporary Literature, Francisco Fernández e A. Moreno, eds. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014. 1-14.
  • Varela Zapata, Jesus. “Glittering Sea or Mirage: Alternative Visions of the Caribbean Environment”. Caribbeing: Comparing Caribbean Literatures and Culures,Kristian Van Haessendonck & Theo D’haen, eds. Amsterdam-Atlanta: Rodopi, 2014. 159-168.

 

2013

  • Taboada, Maite e María de los Ángeles Gómez-González. “Discourse Markers and Coherence Relations: Comparison across Markers, Languages and Modalities.” Contrastive Discourse Analysis: Functional and Corpus Perspectives,  Doval Suárez e E. González-Álvared, eds. Sheffield: Equinox, 2013. 17-40.
  • Fra López, Patricia. “¡La crueldad intencionada es imperdonable! Violencia doméstica en varias obras de Tennessee Williams y sus versiones cinematográficas“. Rompiendo un mar de silencio: reflexiones interdisciplinares sobre la violencia contra las mujeres, Eulalia Piñero Gil e Julia Salmerón Cabañas, eds. Madrid: UAM Ediciones. 2013. pp. 136-148.
  • González Groba, Constante. “Southern Fictional Tomboys Destabilize Traditional Gender Roles and Dominant Notions of Whiteness”. Dixie Matters: New Perspectives on Southern Femininities and Masculinities, Urszula Niewiadomska-Flis, ed. Lublin, Poland: Wydawnictwo, 2013, 131-151.
  • González Groba, Constante. “Introduction”. Unsteadily Marching On: The US South in Motion, Constante González Groba, ed. Valencia: Publicacions de la Universitat de València, 2013, 15-26.
  • Jiménez Placer, Susana. ‘Segregation and Civil Rights in the Domestic Sphere: The Mammy Image in Like One of the Family and The Help’. Dixie Matters: New Perspectives on Southern Femininities and Masculinities, Urszula Niewiadomska-Flis, ed. Lublin, Polonia: Wydawnictwo KUL, 2013, pp. 37-60.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. “Exilio, historia, e a visión feminina: Éilís Ní Dhuibhne”. Cultura y migraciones: Enfoques multidisciplinarios, Felipe Andrés Aliaga Sáez, ed. Santiago de Compostela: Servicio de publicaciones de la Universidad, 2013. 178-183.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “A escritora e a viaxe. Con Lupe Gómez en Santiago de Compostela. Entrevista.” Lupe Gómez: Libre e Estranxeira: Estudos e Traducións, Burghard Baltrusch, ed. Berlin: Frank & Timme GmbH, 2013. 151-158.
  • Pereira-Ares, Noemí. “The Politics of Hijab Monica Ali’s Brick Lane.” Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 48.2 (2013): 201-220.

 

2012

  • Barbeito Varela, José Manuel e María Lozano. “Mind the Gap: Modernism in Salman Rushdie’s Postmodern Short Stories.” Modernism, Postmodernism, and the Short Story in English, Jorge Sacido Romero, ed. Amsterda: Rodopi / Brill, 2012. 175-206.
  • Doval Suárez, Susana e Elsa Mª González Álvarez. “The Use of If-clefts in the Written Production of Spanish Advanced Learners of English.” Linguistics and the Human Sciences1-3 (2012): 151-172.
  • Estévez-Saá Margarita e Noemí Pereira Ares. “‘We’ll simply have to dress the character’: Dressed Bodies Do Matter in James Joyce’s Ulysses.” Papers on Joyce, 17/18 (2011/2012): 243-268.
  • Gómez-González, María de los Ángeles. “A Reappraisal of Lexical Cohesion in English Conversations.Applied Linguistics2 (2013): 128-150.
  • Gómez-González, María de los Ángeles. “The Question of Tag Questions in English and Spanish.” En Encoding the Past, Decoding the Future: Corpora in the 21st Century, Isabel Moskowich e Begoña Crespo, eds. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2012. 59-97.
  • González Groba, Constante. “Introducción: La mujer en la historia y en la literatura del Sur de los Estados Unidos”. Hijas del viejo Sur: La mujer en la literatura femenina del Sur de los Estados Unidos, Constate González Groba, ed. Valencia: Publicacions de la Universitat de Valencia, 2012, 9-61.
  • González Groba, Constante. “La mujer en la novela de Ellen Glasgow: el rechazo de la lady sureña  y la defensa de la ‘nueva mujer’”. Hijas del viejo Sur: La mujer en la literatura femenina del Sur de los Estados Unidos, Constate González Groba, ed. Valencia: Publicacions de la Universitat de Valencia, 2012, 99-174.
  • Gonzélez Groba, Constante. “El tomboy cuestiona las rígdias dictomías de género y raza de la sociedad sureña”. Hijas del viejo Sur: La mujer en la literatura femenina del Sur de los Estados Unidos, Constate González Groba, ed. Valencia: Publicacions de la Universitat de Valencia, 2012, 259-281.
  • Iglesias Rábade, Luis. “Preface.” Astronomy “playne and simple, Isabel Moskowich e Begoña Crespo, eds. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Bengamins Publishing, 2012. Ix-xi.
  • Jiménez Placer, Susana. “Damas y esclavas, madres y mamis en el Viejo sur: Gone with the Wind de Margaret Mitchell y ‘The Old Order’ de Katherine Anne Porter”. Hijas del Viejo sur: la mujer en la literatura femenina del Sur de los Estados Unidos,Constante González Groba, ed. Valencia: Universitat de Valencia, 2012, pp. 175-258.
  • Jiménez Placer, Susana. ‘Racial Integration in the Plantation Household, or the Disintegration of Womanhood in the Old South’. Works from the 35th AEDEAN Conference UAB/Barcelona. Barcelona: Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, 2012, pp. 139-145.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. Recovering the Maternal Body as Paradise: Michèle Roberts’s ‘Charity.’” Atlantis: A Journal of the Spanish Association of Anglo- American Studies. 2 (December 2012): 33–47.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. “Joyce’s Long Shadow: Éilís Ní Dhuibhne’s Short Fiction”. Papers on Joyce 17/18 (2011-2012): 159-178.
  • Mourón Figueroa, Cristina. “As dúbidas de Xosé sobre María. Tradución ao galego de Jospeh’s Trouble about Mary do York Cycle.” Anuario de estudos do Barbanza, 8 (2012): 153-166.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Glocal Identities in Translation.” Word and Text A Journal of Literary Studies and Linguistics (2012): 62-74.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “‘One anOther: Englishness in Contemporary Irish Short Fiction.” Modernism, Postmodernism, and the Short Story in English, Jorge Sacido Romero, ed. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2012. 207-225.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “SuAndi: Unha estirpe de contadores.” Revista de poesía, 2 (2012). poesíagalega.org.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Women Poets in Translation. An Introduction.” Forked Tongues. Galician, Basque and Catalan Women’s Poetry in Translations by Irish Writers, Manuela Palacios González, ed. Bristol: Shearsman, 2012. 7-20.
  • Pereira-Ares, Noemí. “The East Looks at the West, the Woman Looks at the Man: A Study of the Gaze in Brick Lane by Monica Ali.” Miscelánea: Journal of English and American Studies, 46 (2012): 71-81.
  • Sacido Romero, Jorge. “The Boy’s Voice and Voices for the Boy in Joyce’s ‘The Sisters.’” Papers on Joyce17/18 (Dec 2012): 203-242.
  • Sacido Romero, Jorge. “Modernism, Postmodernism, and the Short Story.” Modernism, Postmodernism and the Short Story in English, Jorge Sacido Romero, ed. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2012. 1-25.
  • Taboada, Maite, Susana Doval Suárez e Elsa González Álvarez. “Functional and Corpus Perspectives in Contrastive Discourse Analysis” (Introduction to the special issue). Linguistics and the Human Sciences1-3 (2012): 1-17.
  • Taboada, Maite e María de los Ángeles Gómez-González. “Discourse Markers and Coherence Relations: Comparison across Markers, Languages and Modalities.” Linguistics and the Human Sciences1-3 (2012): 17-41.
  • Varela Zapata, Jesús. “Sureña y Subalterna: Narrando la Rebelión de la Mujer en Alice Walker”. Hijas del Viejo Sur. La Mujer en la Literatura Femenina del Sur de Estados Unidos, Constante González Groba, ed. Valencia: PUV Univesitat Valencia, 2012, 283-306.

 

 

 

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2009

  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita.Could we Speak about an Eco-Feminist Joyce?New Perspectives on James Joyce: Ignatius Loyola, make haste to help me. M. L. Suárez Castiñeira, A. A. García de Salazar e O. Fernández Vicente, eds. Bilbao: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Deusto, 2009. 211-224.
  • Estévez-Saá, Margarita. “‘Lonely voices’: el relato breve irlandés.” Quimera: Revista de Literatura, 306 (2009): 39-42.
  • Fra López, Patricia. “¿Puede el arte cambiar la sociedad? Cradle Will Rock o un ejemplo de censura política en el teatro y su reflejo en el cine norteamericano”. Lecturas: Imágenes 6. Revista de la Poética de la Imagen. Cine y Teatro,  Carmen Becerra, ed. Vigo: Editorial Academia del Hispanismo. 2009, pp. 6-83.
  • Fra López, Patricia. “Introdución”. Edith Wharton,  A Idade da Inocencia, introd. Patricia Fra López, trad. Mª Fe González Fernández. 2009, pp. 9-69.
  • Fra López, Patricia. “El conflicto entre la ilusión y la realidad: Blanche DuBois o el espectro de la bella sureña en la obra dramática de Tennessee Williams y su correspondiente versión cinematográfica.” El teatro del género, el género del teatro: Las artes escénicas y la representación de la identidad sexual. Alfonso Ceballos, Ramón Espejo e Bernardo Muñoz, eds. Madrid: Fundamentos. 2009, pp. 189-210.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. “‘Making sense of wilderness’ through the written word: an interview with Anne Le Marquand Hartigan.” En Writing Bonds: Irish and Galician Contemporary Women Poets. Manuela Palacios González e Laura Lojo Rodríguez, eds. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2009. 195-203.
  • Lojo Rodríguez, Laura. “The Poetics of Motherhood in Contemporary Irish Women’s Verse.” Writing Bonds: Irish and Galician Contemporary Women Poets, Manuela Palacios González e Laura Lojo Rodríguez, eds. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2009. 123-140.
  • Mourón Figueroa, Cristina. “El Auto de Resurrección de Fisterra: análisis de una tradición dramática medieval.” Anuario Brigantino 32 (2009): 407-432.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “Within and Beyond the Nation: Contemporary Irish and Galician Women Poets.” European Journal of English Studies2 (2009): 193-206.
  • Palacios González, Manuela. “The Course of Nature: An Ecofeminist Reading of Irish and Galician Women Poets.” Writing Bonds: Irish and Galician Contemporary Women Poets, Manuela Palacios e Laura Lojo Rodríguez, eds. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2009. 77-96.
  • Palacios González, Manuela e Laura Lojo Rodríguez. “Poetry, Gender and Transnational Bonds. An Introduction.” Writing Bonds: Irish and Galician Contemporary Women Poets, Manuela Palacios e Laura Lojo Rodríguez, eds. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2009. 13-30.