Margarita Estévez-Saá

Margarita Estévez-Saá is Senior Lecturer in English and American Literature at the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC). She is the author of El problema de la caracterización en la obra de James Joyce: el artista y sus personajes (2001), co-author, with Anne MacCarthy, of A Pilgrimage from Belfast to Santiago de Compostela: The Anatomy of Bernard MacLaverty’s Triumph over Frontiers (2002), and has co-edited, among others, the volumes Silverpowdered Olivetrees: Reading Joyce in Spain (2003); Nuevas perspectivas críticas en la literatura irlandesa (2003); “The Scallop of Saint James. An Old Pilgrim’s Hoard”: Reading Joyce from the Peripheries (2007) and “Ireland in the Coming Time”: New Insights on Irish Literature (2007). She is Secretary of the Spanish James Joyce Society and editor of the scholarly journal Papers on Joyce. She has published essays on James Joyce, Muriel Spark, Doris Lessing, P. D. James, Janet Frame, Deirdre Madden, modern and post-colonial literature, contemporary Irish literature, critical theory and feminist criticism.




Estudios Irlandeses, número especial “Eco-Fictions, the Animal Trope and Irish Studies” 15.2 (Noviembre 2020) (co-editado con Manuela Palacios e Noemí Pereira Ares)

: 1-146 ISBN: 1699-311X

 “Deirdre Madden”. Dictionary of Literary Biography. Vol. 386: Twenty-First-Century Irish Fiction Writers. Ed. 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

“‘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 ISBN: 978-3-8233-8367-3  

 “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

 “Joyces’ Heirs: Joyce’s Imprint on Recent Global Literatures” Estudios Irlandeses 15 (March 2020-Feb. 2021): 230-232.

ISSN 1699-311X

“Introduction”. Estudios Irlandeses (Número especial “Eco-Fictions, the Animal Trope and Irish Studies”) 15.2 (Noviembre 2020) (co-editado con Manuela Palacios e Noemí Pereira Ares): 1-146 ISBN: 1699-311X: 1-5 ISBN: 1699-311X

“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

The Ethics and Aesthetics of Eco-Caring: Contemporary Debates on Ecofeminism(s).(co-editado con María Jesús Lorenzo-Modia) London & New York: Routledge, 2019.

ISBN: 978-0-367-20196-8

 “The Ethics and Aesthetics of Eco-caring: Contemporary Debates on Ecofeminism(s)” (co-escrito con María Jesús Lorenzo-Modia)  Women’s Studies 47.2 (2018): 123-146 ISSN:  0049-7878 DOI: 10.1080/00497878.2018.1425509

 “Uses and Functions of the Trope of the Ghost in Women’s Short Stories: From Mary Shelley to Elizabeth Bowen” Remaking the Literary Canon in English: Women Writers, 1880-1920. María Elena Jaime de Pablos (coord.). Granada: Comares, 2018. 85-96.

ISBN: 978-84-9045-748-1

 “Do ‘querido e noxento Dublín’ ao ‘corazón da metrópole hibérnica’ de James Joyce”. GRIAL 220 (número monográfico “Ler cidades, transitar textos” (2018): 32-39

ISSN: 0017-4181

“‘Us returniks’: Transcultural Atlantic Exchnges in Mary Rose Callaghan’s and Elizabeth Wassell’s Novels”. Looking Out On the Fields: Reimagining Irish Literature and Culture. Eds. Antonio R. de Toro Santos y Eduardo Barros Grela. TIR  (Travaux d’Investigation et de Recherche).  Département de Breton de l’université de Rennes 2,

  1. 223-240. ISBN: 978-2-917681-43-5

 “Music ‘by sea’s edge’: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Liminality in Bernard MacLaverty’s Grace Notes (co-escrito con José Manuel Estévez-Saá). Ed. Antonio Raúl de Toro Santos. London: Francis Boutle Publishers, 2018. 52-67

ISBN: 9781999903763