Anne J. Cruz
New Hispanisms publishes innovative studies that investigate how the cultural production of the Hispanic world is generated, disseminated, and consumed. Ranging from the Iberian Middle Ages to modern Spain and Latin America, this series offers a forum for various critical and disciplinary approaches to cultural texts, including literature and other artifacts of Hispanic culture. Queries and proposals for single-author volumes and collections of original essays are welcome.
Aurality and New Spanish Sound Culture in Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz
Captives, Frontiers, and National Identity in Argentine Literature and Art
Literature, Politics, and Thought in Francoist Spain
Icons of Masculinity and Nation in Calderón’s Spain
The Wondrous Ineffability of the Everyday in Films from Mexico and Spain