WOMEN'S STUDIES

 

AUTHOR NAME (S) TITLE ISBN
 

Denise R. Shaw

(University of South Carolina, USA)

 

Julia May and Virginia.

The Making of a Modern Southern Belle.

978-1-937030-18-6
 

Alain Saint-Saëns

(Universidad del Norte,Paraguay)

 

Soledad. Vida y muerte

de una poeta.

978-1-937030-75-9
 

Jennifer Eich

(Loyola Marymount University)

Jeanne Gillespie

(U.Southern Mississippi, USA)

 

 

Women's Voices and the Politics

 of the Spanish Empire.

 

978-1-931948-27-5

María del Carmen Sillato
(Universidad de Waterloo, Canada)

Patricia Varas
(Willamette University, USA)

 


Identidades americanas
más allá de las fronteras nacionales.

 

978-1-937030-14-8
 

Ellen C. Mayock

(Washington and Lee University, USA)

 

The 'Strange Girl' in Twentieth Century

 Spanish Novels Written by Women.

 978-1-931948-22-4
 

Esther Raventós-Pons

(York University, Canada)

 

Rupturas espaciales. 

Palabra e imagen en textos catalanes.

978-1-931948-10-0
 

Alain Saint-Saëns

(Universidad del Norte,Paraguay)

 

Dos viudas y un huracán. 978-1-937030-66-7
 

Renée Ferrer

(Academia de la Lengua, Paraguay)

 

The Knots of Silence. 978-1-937030-28-5
 

Nuria Capdevilla-Argüelles

(University of Lancaster, England)

 

Challenging Gender and Genre in the Literary Text.  The Works of Nuria Amat. 978-1-931948-04-6
 

Josefina Leyva

 (Cuba)

  Translation by Deborah A. Dougherty


 (Alma College, USA)

 

Ruth. The One Who Fled The Bible. 978-1-931948-58-5
 

Jennifer Eich

(Loyola Marymount University)

 

 

The Other Mexican Muse: 

Sor María Anna Águeda de San Ignacio

(1695-1756).

 

978-1-889431-67-2
 

Alain Saint-Saëns

(Universidad del Norte,Paraguay)

 

Romeo y Julieta

en el Marzo Paraguayo.

978-1-937030-72-8
 

Jennifer Cooley

(University of Northern Iowa, USA)

 

  Courtiers, Courtesans, Pícaros, and Prostitutes:  The Art and Artifice of Selling One's Self in Golden Age Spain. 978-1-889431-77-X
 

María-José Delgado

(Capital University, USA)

and Alain Saint-Saëns

(Universidad del Norte, Paraguay) (Eds.)

 

Lesbianism and Homosexuality

in Early Modern Spain.

Literature and Theater in Context.

978-1-889431-53-2
Charlene Merithew

(Assumption College, Worcester, MA., USA)

 

Re-Presenting the Nation.  Contemporary Mexican Women Writers.

 

978-1-889431-96-6
 

Martine Antle

 and Dominique Fisher

 (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA)

 

The Rhetoric of the Other. 

Lesbianism and Gay Strategies in French

 and Francophone Contexts.

978-1-889431-78-8
 

Carmen Domínguez

(University of Paisley, Scotland,

United Kingdom)

 

La subversión del discurso autoritario

 en la narrativa de Cristina Peri Rossi.

978-1-889431-74-5
 

Isabelle Favre

(University of Arizona, USA)

 

 

La différance francophone.

 

978-1-889431-85-0
 

María Antonia Oliver 

Translation and Critical Edition by Kathleen

 McNerney (West Virginia University, USA)

 

Blue Roses for a Dead... Lady? 978-1-889431-30-3
 

Isabel Clara Simó  

Translation and Critical Edition by

 Patricia Hart (Purdue University, USA)

 

Júlia. 978-1-889431-31-1
 

Char Prieto

(Valparaiso University, USA.)

 

Cuatro décadas, cuatro autoras.

La forja de la novela femenina española

 en los albores del nuevo milenio.

978-1-931948-18-6

Maria José Somerlate Barbosa

(University of Iowa, USA)

 


Clarice Lispector: 
Spinning the Webs of Passion
.

 
978-1-889431-14-1
 

Roser Caminals

(Hood College, USA)

 

The Street of the Three Beds. 978-1-937030-09-4
 

Michaela J. Heigl
(University of Dublin, Ireland)

 

Theorising Gender, Sexuality and the Body

 in Calderonian Theatre.

978-1-889431-84-2
 

Robert S. Stone
(Naval Academy, USA)

 

 

Picaresque Continuities. 

Transformations of Genre

from the Golden Age to the Goethezeit.

 

 978-1-889431-40-0
 

Véronique Desnain

University of Edinburgh, Scotland,

United Kingdom))

 

Hidden Tragedies: 
The Social Construction of Gender in Racine.
978-1-889431-95-8
 

Valerie Hegstrom

(Brigham Young University, USA) 


Amy R. Williamsen

(University of Arizona, USA)

 

Engendering the Early Modern Stage. 
Women Playwrights in the Spanish Empire.
 
978-1-889431-47-8
Margarita Krakusin

(Alma College, USA)



Entre el Exilio y la Memoria:  Josefina Leyva
 y su obra (Textos Críticos).


 
978-1-931948-03-8

Lisa Pertillar Brevard

 (Dillard University, New Orleans, USA)

 


Womansaints.  The Saintly Portrayal
of Select African-American and Latina Cultural Heroines.

 
978-1-889431-49-4
 

Stacey Schlau

(West Chester University, USA)

 

Viva al siglo, muerta al mundo. 

Selected Works/Obras escogidas

by/de María de San Alberto, 1568-1640.

978-1-889431-23-0
 

Maria Donapetry

(Pomona College, USA)

 

La Otra Mirada. La mujer y el cine

 en la cultura española.

978-1-889431-24-9

 

Clara Janès


(Real Academia de España)

 

Ophelia's Voice. 978-1-937030-03-2
 

Nancy Cushing-Daniels

(Gettysburg College, USA)

 

 

Breaking Boundaries, Forging Friendship.

The Convent and Women's Writing

 in Seventeenth-Century Spain.

 

978-1-889431-60-5
 

Alain Saint-Saëns (Ed.)

(Universidad del Norte, Paraguay)

 

Sex and Love

 in Golden Age Spain.

978-1-889431-01-X
 

Fernando Iturburu

(State University of New York

 at Plattsburgh, USA)

 

(Auto) biografía y Misticismo Femeninos en la Colonia.  La Relación escrita por Madre Josefa de la Providencia sobre Madre Antonia Lucía Maldonado. 978-1-889431-66-4
 

Marie-Laure Rosita De Shazer

(Twinsburg Public Library, USA)

 

 

Laura déchiffre

les vingt mondes.

 

978-1-931948- 88-7
 

Nalini Natarajan

(University of Puerto Rico, USA)

 

Women and Indian Modernity.

Readings of Colonial and Postcolonial Novels.

978-1-889431-82-6
 

Li Li

(Salem State College, USA)

 

 Mission in Suzhou. Sophie Lanneau and

 Wei Ling Girl's Academy, 1907-1950.

978-1-889431-57-5
 

Thérèse Moreau

(Switzerland)

Translation from French by Christine M. Reno

(Vassar College)

 

The Great Book of Secret Recipes. 978-1-931948-30-5
 

Mary Jo Muratore

(University of Missouri-Columbia, USA)

 

 

Expirer au Féminin.

Narratives of Female Dissolution

 in French Classical Texts.

 

978-1-931948-14-3
 

Domnica Radulescu

(Washington and Lee University)

 

Sisters of Medea: 

The Tragic Heroine Across Cultures.

978-1-931948-48-8

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