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Congresos de próxima celebración:

Modern Language Association Annual Convention, 3-6 January 2019, Chicago, Illinois, EEUU


Diane Urey: "Símbolos escondidos y señales de transformación en las obras de Galdós"

Erika Rodríguez: "Como un petardo que estalla": Human Nature and Politics of the Street in Galdós’s La desheredada

Julia Chang: "Mineral, Plant, Butterfly, Monster: Nature, Gender, and Disability in Galdós’s Marianela

Sara Muñoz Muriana: respondent

Gabrielle Miller: organizer

I Simposio de la Asociación Internacional de Galdosistas, “Replantear los estudios galdosianos”, 14-15 septiembre 2018, Brunswick, Maine, EEUU
Haz clic aquí para visitar el sitio web del simposio.


Public/Private Spheres: Emotions, Affects and Spaces

Realism and the Complicated History of the Emotions in the Nineteenth Century: The Contribution of Galdós, Jo Labanyi, New York University

Ephemeral Economies: Rethinking Feminine Labor in Fortunata y Jacinta, Lindsey Reuben, Lehigh University

La flâneuse en las novelas contemporáneas de Pérez Galdós: género, espacio público y vida urbana en el Madrid moderno, Inés Corujo Martín, Georgetown University

Respondent: Hazel Gold, Emory University



From Text to Television: Representations of Masculinity

Galdosian Spain, Francoist Censorship, and the Construction of Masculinity in José Luis Borau’s Adaptation of Miau (TVE 1972), Wan Tang, Boston College

“Me creí valiente…”: The Crisis of Masculinity in Galdós’s Zumalacárregui, Cristina Delano, Independent Scholar

Respondent: Linda Willem, Butler University



Imperial Narratives, Disability and Race

Docile Souls Go to War: The Connection between Madness and Political Emotions in Aita Tettauen , Erika Rodríguez, Washington University in St. Louis

“De orilla a orilla”: Transatlantic Debates of Nationalism in Fortunata y Jacinta and Cecilia Valdés, Kristina M. Soric, Purdue University

Respondent: Mary Coffey, Pomona College



Tropes of Fin-de-siglo Anxieties: Crowds and Criminality

“La sangre social”: Distinction, Desire, and Dissolution in Isidora’s Encounter with the Crowd, Julia H. Chang, Cornell University

“El tumulto popular”: Populism, Public Assembly, and the People in the Thesis Novels of Benito Pérez Galdós, Bryan Cameron, University of Cambridge

Detective Epistles: Crime Investigation in Galdós’s La incognita, Aurélie Vialette, Stony Brook University

Respondent: Akiko Tsuchiya, Washington University in St. Louis



Nature, Materiality and Waste: Eco-critical Approaches

From Dust to Dust: The Persistent Impermanence of Material Reality in the Works of Galdós, Megan Kelly, Susquehanna University

Replantear los estudios galdosianos: una aproximación desde la ecocrítica, Carmen Pereira-Muro, Texas Tech University

The Experience of Deep Time: Entering the Anthropocene in Marianela and Doña Perfecta, Sarah Sierra, Virginia Tech

Respondent: Alan Smith, Boston University



Contesting the Boundaries of Mysticism

Misticismo, revolución y masculinidad en Ángel Guerra de Benito Pérez Galdós, Ismael Souto Rumbo, The College at Brockport, State University of New York

Unveiling the Beata in the Novels of Benito Pérez Galdós, Gabrielle Miller, Baylor University

Respondent: Lisa Nalbone, University of Central Florida