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Advances in Spanish as a Heritage Language

Kelly Pereira

Bringing together contributions from some of the leading experts in the field of Spanish as a Heritage Language, this volume […]


Gendered Frames, Embodied Cameras: Varda, Akerman, Cabrera, Calle, and Maïwenn

Cybelle McFadden, Associate Professor of French

The first book to link these five filmmakers together through an analysis of the relationship between filming one’s own body […]


Time Pieces

Mark Smith-Soto, Professor of Spanish

Mark Smith-Soto’s poetry merges cultures and familial memory with an aesthetic clarity and wisdom that I admire greatly as a […]


The Danse Macabre: Printed by Guyot Marchant, 1485

tr. David Fein, Professor of French

Although one of the earliest visual representations of the danse macabre was destroyed over three centuries ago, a successful printer, […]


The German Student Movement and the Literary Imagination

Susanne Rinner, Assistant Professor of German

Through a close reading of novels by Ulrike Kolb, Irmtraud Morgner, Emine Sevgi Ozdamar, Bernhard Schlink, Peter Schneider, and Uwe […]


Our Lives are Rivers

Mark Smith-Soto, Professor of Spanish

Taking its title from Jorge Manrique’s famous elegy for his father (“Nuestras vidas son los ríos…”), this poetry collection is […]


Women of Exile: German-Jewish Autobiographies Since 1933 (Contributions in Women’s Studies)

ed. Andreas Lixl , Professor Of German Studies

Twenty-six accounts of Jewish women who fled from Nazi-Germany and the Holocaust, and survived exile in countries across the globe. […]


Critical Reflections: Essays on Golden Age Spanish Literature in Honor of James A. Parr

ed. Amy Williamsen, Professor of Spanish

This volume seeks to explore developments in the study of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Spanish literature over the past decade through […]


François Villon Revisted

David Fein, Professor of French

François Villon, one of the greatest lyric poets of the late Middle Ages, lived on the margins of French society […]


Women in the Spanish Novel Today: Essays on the Reflection of Self in the Works of Three Generations

Carmen Sotomayor, Professor of Spanish

In this work, essays examine the representation of the female self in recent novels written by Spanish women ranging from […]