Jorge Sacido Romero

Jorge Sacido Romero é Profesor Titular de Filoloxía Inglesa na Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (USC). As súas investigacións céntranse principalmente nos discursos ideolóxicos presentes dentro do texto literario e as tensións que deles emanan. Nesta liña, Sacido Romero publicou sobre Joseph Conrad (Atlantis 2011), James Joyce (Papers on Joyce 2012) ou Slavoj Žižek (Grial 2007), entre outros, e co-editou os volumes National Identities and European Literatures (Peter Lang 2008) e Sound Effects: The Object Voice in Fiction (Brill / Rodopi 2015). Nos últimos anos, Sacido Romero orientou as súas investigacións cara ao estudo da narrativa breve en inglés, centrándose na obra da escritora escocesa Janice Galloway e dirixindo dous proxectos de investigación sobre este tema: Modernism, Postmodernism and the English Short Story financiado pola Xunta de Galicia (2008-2011) e Women’s Tales: The Short Fiction of Contemporary British Writers 1974-2013 financiado polo Ministerio de Economía e Competitividade (2014-2016). Sacido Romero é tamén membro da European Network for Short Fiction Research (ENSFR) así como do comité editorial de revistas académicas como Journal of the Short Story in English.

 

@: jorge.sacido@usc.es

Web Persoal: https://usc-es.academia.edu/Jorgesacido

PUBLICACIÓNS RELEVANTES:

Sacido-Romero, Jorge. “Sounding Diasporic Dislocation: The Object Voice in Postcolonial Short Stories”. Short Fiction in Theory and Practice [forthcoming in 2021]. ISSN 2043-0701

Lojo-Rodríguez Laura, Jorge Sacido-Romero and Noemí Pereira-Ares, eds. Postcolonial Youth in Contemporary British Fiction. Leiden: Brill [forthcoming in 2021]

Sacido-Romero, Jorge. “Multicultural Adolescence and Its Identitary Vicissitudes in Contemporary British Short Stories”. In Postcolonial Youth in Contemporary British Fiction, eds. L. Lojo-Rodríguez, J. Sacido-Romero and N. Pereira-Ares. Leiden: Brill [forthcoming in 2021]

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.

Sacido-Romero, Jorge and Laura Lojo-Rodríguez, eds. Gender and Short Fiction: Women’s Tales in Contemporary Britain. New York: Routledge, 2018. ISBN: 978-0-367-66572-2.

Sacido-Romero, Jorge. “In a Different Voice: Janice Galloway’s Short Stories”. In Gender and Short Fiction: Women’s Tales in Contemporary Britain, eds. J. Sacido-Romero and L. Lojo-Rodríguez. New York: Routledge, 2018, 191-214. ISBN: 978-0-367-66572-2.

Sacido-Romero, Jorge. “Intertextuality and Intermediality in Janice Galloway’s ‘Scenes from the Life’ (Blood 1991)”.  Short Fiction in Theory and Practice. 8/1-2 (2018): 99-110. ISSN 2043-0701.

Sacido-Romero, Jorge. “Liminality in Janice Galloway’s Short Fiction”. Zeitschrift für und Amerikanistik: A Quarterly of Language, Literature and Culture. 66/4 (2018), 443-459.

Sacido-Romero, Jorge. “Ghostly Visitations in Contemporary Short Fiction by Women: Fay Weldon, Janice Galloway and Ali Smith”. Atlantis: A Journal of the Spanish Association for Anglo-American Studies.  38/2 (Dec 2016): 83-102. ISSN: 0210-6124.

Sacido-Romero, Jorge. Sound Effects: The Object Voice in Fiction (co-editado con Sylvia Mieszkowsk). Leiden: Brill / Rodopi, 2015. ISBN: 9789004304383.

Sacido-Romero, Jorge. Modernism, Postmodernism, and the Short Story in English (editor). Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2012.

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. ISSN: 1135-0504

Sacido-Romero, Jorge. “Failed Exorcism: Kurtz Spectral Status and Its Ideological Function in Conrad’s ‘Heart of Darkness’”. Atlantis: A Journal of the Spanish Association for Anglo-American Studies.  32/2 (Dec 2011): 43-60. ISSN: 0210-6124.