ANN: STTCL Books for Review

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Type: 
Journal
Date: 
September 25, 2020
Subject Fields: 
Chicana/o History / Studies, Latin American and Caribbean History / Studies, Spanish and Portuguese History / Studies

Studies in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature (STTCL) seeks book reviewers

STTCL is seeking book reviewers for titles in Spanish/ Latin American literature / film / culture.

An up-to-date list of titles available for review can always be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NAZNgYP_2kYGBSsQ5AQaT1TumAPhtXz7jsuD...

Reviewers should either hold a PhD or be ABD and reviewing a book in their field (broadly defined).  We can only ship books to addresses in the United States, but we may be able to obtain E-books for reviewers outside of the U.S.

More review policies can be found here: https://newprairiepress.org/sttcl/policies.html#reviewers

Interested reviewers should contact Dr. Kathleen Antonioli (kantonioli@ksu.edu) with their mailing address, qualifications, and title(s) they are interested in reviewing.

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature (STTCL) is committed to publishing high quality, anonymously peer reviewed articles written in English on post-1900 literature, film, and media in French, German, and Spanish. The journal is devoted to theory and criticism in the modern languages, and encourages interdisciplinary and collaborative submissions. A book review section appears in every issue.

Currently available titles:

Cuevas, T. Jackie. Post-Borderlandia: Chicana Literature and Gender Variant Critique. Rutgers UP, 2018. 

Di Stefano, Eugenio Claudio. The Vanishing Frame. Latin American Culture and Theory in the Postdictatorial Era. U of Texas P, 2018.

Gabilondo, Joseba. Introduction to a Postnational History of Contemporary Basque Literature (1978-2000). Tamesis, 2019.

Gonzalez, Marcial and Carlos Gallego, Editors.  Materialist Approaches to U.S. Latino/a Literature in the Age of Neoliberalism.  U of Michigan Press, 2018.

Gonzalez-Allende and Jose Angel Ascunce Arrieta (Editors).  El mundo está en todas partes: La creación literaria de Bernardo Atxaga. Anthropos: 2018.

Heredia, Juanita. Mapping South American Latina/o Literature in the United States: Interviews with Contemporary Writers. Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 

Kuhnheim, Jill S. and Melanie Nicholson, editors.  Teaching Modern Latin American Poetries. Modern Language Association of America, 2019.

Molinaro, Nina L. The Art of Time: Levinas, Ethics, and the Contemporary Peninsular Novel.  Bucknell UP, 2019. 

Riobo, Carlos.  Caught Between the Lines: Captives, Frontiers, and National  Identity in Argentine Literature and Art. U of Nebraska P, 2019.

Rodriguez-Hernandez, Raul, and Claudia Schafer.  The Supernatural Sublime: The Wondrous Ineffability of the Everyday in Films from Mexico and Spain.  Nebraska UP, 2019.

Sánchez, Marta E. A Translational Turn: Latinx Literature into the Mainstream. U of Pittsburgh Press, 2018. 

Santana, Analola.  Freak Performances: Dissidence in Latin American Theater. University of Michigan P, 2018.

Contact Info: 

Dr. Kathleen Antonioli, Editor STTCL

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