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Vol. 5 (2012)

"Hispanic Monsters"

Articles:


I. La división entre lo humano y lo animal / The Human-Animal Divide
1.-“Our Monstrous Humanimality in Lucía Puenzo’s XXY and The Fish Child.” Zoila Clark, Department of Humanities, Florida Memorial University.
2.-“Reescrituras del mito del minotauro en la literatura argentina: Minotauroamor de Abelardo Arias.” Mara Imbrogno, Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Translation Studies, Università La Sapienza di Roma.
3.-“La alteridad en La pell Freda de Albert Sánchez Piñol: Una lectura del monstruo desde el racismo.” Elisabet Liminyana Vico, Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies, University of Florida.
4.-“De Orishas y monstruos:  Epistemología televisual de extrema (re)margilización.” Pedro Porbén, Department of Romance and Classical Studies, Bowling Green State University.
5.- “Destino fatídico y tremendismo gore: La monstruosidad de Pascual en La familia de Pascual Duarte.” Sabrina S. Laroussi, Department of Classical & Modern Languages & Literatures, Texas Tech University.


II. Vampiros / Vampires
1.-“Los vampiros del mundo globalizado: La sed de Adriana Díaz Enciso.” Inés Ordiz Alonso-Collada, Facultad deFilosofía y Letras, Universidad de León.
2.-Las cucarachas in Transylvania: Trespassing and Identity in Guillermo Del Toro’s The Strain Trilogy.” Simon Bacon, Department of Management, Inter-Disciplinary.Net.
3.-“La sangre de otros cuerpos: El vampirismo como metáfora literaria de la escritura de Carlos Fuentes.” Xiomara Feliberty-Casiano, Departamento de Estudios Hispánicos, Universidad de Puerto Rico.
4.-“The Metafictional Vampires of Buenos Aires: A Study of Los anticuarios by Pablo De Santis.” Iana Konstantinova, Department of Spanish, Southern Virginia University.


III. Zombis / Zombies
1.-“Revolución zombi: Procesos de zombificación.” Francisco Javier Morales, Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies, University of Florida.
2.-“Zombis barrocos: Investigando zombis en Cervantes.” Heath Wing, Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures, Texas Tech University.
3.-“Looking for Zombies in All the Wrong Places: Mayra Montero’s La trenza de la hermosa luna.” Mary-Ann Gosser Esquilín, Department of Languages, Linguistics, and Comparative Literature, Florida Atlantic University.
4.-“The Walking Dead: Zombie’s Celluloid Community.” Becky Boling, Spanish Department, Carleton College.


IV. Fantasmas / Ghosts
1.- “Dead Men Do Tell Tales: English and Hispanic Ghosts Speak Out.” Krisztina V. Weller, Department of Modern & Classical Languages, Valdosta State University.
2.-“Los fantasmas amistosos en Volver de Pedro Almodóvar: Una interpretación freudiana.” María D. Blanco-Arnejo, Spanish Department, Willamette University.
3.-Pa negre: Lobos con piel de cordero o la expulsion de una Arcadia soñada.” Natalia Andres del Pozo, Modern and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, University of Kentucky.
 4.-“Los fantasmas de los muertos que no cesan en Juan Rulfo y Julio Cortázar.” María Cielo Portas, Department of Modern Languages, Florida International University.