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Hispanic Issues On Line (HIOL) is a refereed, open-access scholarly electronic series founded in 2006 and devoted to the study of Hispanic and Lusophone cultures. HIOL is stored at the University of Minnesota's Digital Conservancy as well as the LOCKSS system, which ensures preservation at worldwide research libraries.

Volume 17: Conflicto armardo y políticas de la memoria en el Perú
Edited by Carlos Vargas-Salgado
Volume 16: Amazonian Literatures
Edited by Lesley Wylie
Volume 15: Writing Monsters: Essays on Iberian and Latin American Cultures
Edited by Adriana Gordillo and Nicholas Spadaccini
Volume 14: Layers of Memory and the Discourse of Human Rights
Edited by Ana Forcinito
Volume 13: Whose Voice is This? Iberian and Latin American Antigones
Edited by Jennifer Duprey (with the assistance of Ashley Puig-Herz)
Volume 12: Troubled Waters: Rivers in Latin American Imagination
Edited by Elizabeth M. Pettinaroli and Ana María Mutis

PDF iconIntroduction
Elizabeth M. Pettinaroli and Ana María Mutis

Part I: Imperial Tropicalities, Colonial Waterways

  1. PDF iconWatershed of Sorrows: The Epic of Impossibility and New Theorizations of Tropicalia in El epítome de las conquistas del Nuevo Reino de Granada
    Elizabeth M. Pettinaroli
  2. PDF iconGrandeza Mexicana and the Lakes of Mexico City: Economy and Ontology in Colonial Technological Development
    Ivonne del Valle
  3. The Intellectual Conquest of the Orinoco: Filippo Salvatore Gilij's Sagio di storia americana (1780–1784)
    Santa Arias
  4. PDF iconHumboldt in the Orinoco and the Environmental Humanities
    Jorge Marcone

Part II: Rivers and the Predicament of Building the Nation

  1. PDF iconAriana Crosses the Atlantic: An Archaeology of Aryanism in the Nineteenth-Century River Plate
    Ruth Hill
  2. PDF iconTreacherous Waters: Shipwrecked Landscapes and the Possibilities for Nationalistic Emplacement in Brazilian Representations of the Amazon
    Mark D. Anderson
  3. PDF iconIdentity, Engagement, and the Space of the River in Cumandá
    Lee Joan Skinner

Part III: The Fate of Modernity, the Turn of the Postmodern

  1. PDF iconThe Death of the River and the River of Death: The Magdalena River in El amor de los tiempos del cólera and La novia oscura
    Ana María Mutis (Translated by Pablo J. Davis)
  2. PDF iconBlood in the Water: Salvadoran Rivers of Testimony and Resistance
    Adrian Taylor Kane
  3. PDF iconCounter (Current) Discourses: Rivers in William Ospina's Ursúa and El país de la canela
    Ilka Kressner
  4. PDF iconRural and Urban Rivers: Displacements and Replacements in the Modern Latin American Novel
    Raymond Leslie Williams

PDF iconAfterword
Adriana Gordillo and Nicholas Spadaccini

PDF iconContributors

Volume 11: Memory and Its Discontents: Spanish Culture in the Early Twenty-First Century
Edited by Luis Martín-Estudillo and Nicholas Spadaccini
Volume 10: Armed Resistance: Cultural Representations of the Anti-Francoist Guerrilla
Edited by Antonio Gómez López-Quiñones and Carmen Moreno-Nuño

PDF iconIntroduction
Carmen Moreno-Nuño

  1. PDF iconDeep Space, Mobilized Time: The Anti-Francoist Guerrilla — Politics and Aesthetics of Armed Resistance (1938–1997)
    Ulrich Winter
  2. PDF iconThe Price of Popular Frontism: Spanish Armed Resistance in the U.S. Visual Media (1936–1964)
    Sebastiaan Faber
  3. PDF iconStaging the Guerrilla as Past/Present War from the Margins of Exile: Cumbres de Extremadura y La niña guerrillera
    Elena Cueto Asín
  4. PDF iconCriminalizing Maquis: Configurations of Anti-Francoist Guerrilla Fighters as Bandoleros and Bandits in Cultural Discourse
    Carmen Moreno-Nuño
  5. PDF iconInconsolable Memory
    Angel G. Loureiro
  6. PDF iconReenactments of Remedios Montero: Oral History of a Spanish Guerrillera in Testimony, Fiction and Film
    Gina Herrmann
  7. PDF iconBetween Nature and History: Landscape as Ethical Engagement in Llamazares' Luna de lobos
    Alberto Medina
  8. PDF iconThe Black Sun of Anarchy: From Historical Memory to Sinister Imagination (A Meditation on the Film El Honor de las Injurias by Carlos García-Alix
    Santiago Morales-Rivera
  9. PDF iconStaging Armed Resistance: The Maquis in the Theater of Antonio Martínez Ballesteros
    Bernardo Antonio González
  10. PDF iconMagic Mountains: Narratives of Historical Memory, Folk Litearture, and Communities of Memory in the Popular Imagination of the Maquis
    Germán Labrador Méndez and María Agustina Monasterio Baldor (Translated by Mia Prensky and Lika K. Hirschmann)
  11. PDF iconMemory and Sustainability: Merging Epistemics in the Maquis Revival
    Pablo Sánchez León and Carlos Agüero Iglesia

PDF iconAfterword
Luis Martín-Estudillo and Megan Corbin

PDF iconContributors

Volume 9: Hybrid Storyspaces
Edited by Christine Henseler and Debra A. Castillo

PDF iconIntroduction. Hybrid Storyspaces: Redefining the Critical Enterprise in Twenty-First Century Hispanic Literature
Christine Henseler and Debra A. Castillo

Part I: Creative Code-Switching

  1. PDF iconThe Bicephalous Writer: The Commingling of the Creative Writer and the Critic in a Single Body
    Jorge Carrión
  2. PDF iconPostDigitalism in Contemporary Spanish Fiction
    Germán Sierra
  3. PDF iconCristina Rivera Garza’s Tweets
    Edmundo Paz Soldán
  4. PDF iconEnveloping Literature and Other Challenges to the Multimedia Author
    Doménico Chiappe
  5. PDF iconTwenty Years of Internet Exploration
    Rosina Conde

Part II: Technologies of Production and Consumption

  1. PDF iconTopological Time in Proyecto Nocilla [Nocilla Project] and Postpoesía [Post-poetry] (and a brief comment on the Exonovel)
    Agustín Fernández Mallo
  2. PDF iconBreaking the Code: “Generación Nocilla,” New Technologies, and the Marketing of Literature
    Vicent Moreno
  3. PDF iconThe Art of Seduction: Truth or Fanfiction in the World of Lucia Etxebarria’s Online ‘Friends’ and the Blogosphere
    Virginia Newhall Rademacher
  4. PDF iconYou'll Never Write Alone: Online Sharing Economy and the New Role of the Reader
    José Enrique Navarro

  5. Laura Borràs

Part III: Remixing and Recycling Narrative Bits and Bytes

  1. PDF iconAn Archaeology of Digital Aesthetics: Musical Sampling in Rodrigo Fresán’s “Señales captadas en el corazón de una fiesta”
    J. Andrew Brown
  2. PDF iconPost-Digital Remixes and Carnavalesque Relinkings: Eduardo Navas’s Goobalization
    Claire Taylor
  3. PDF iconVoice, Music and the Experience of the Neutral in Martín Rejtman’s Fictions
    Irene Depetris Chauvin
  4. PDF iconClose Readings of the Historic and Digital Avant-Gardes: An Archeology of Hispanic Kinetic Poetry
    Eduardo Ledesma
  5. PDF iconThe Travelling Texts of Local Content: Following Content Creation, Communication and Dissemination via Internet Platforms in a Brazilian Favela
    Tori Holmes

PDF iconAfterword: A Bookless Literature?
Luis Martín-Estudillo and Stephanie A. Mueller

PDF iconContributors

Volume 8: Hispanic Literatures and the Question of a Liberal Education
Edited by Luis Martín-Estudillo and Nicholas Spadaccini
Volume 7: Death and Afterlife in the Early Modern Hispanic World
Edited by John Beusterien and Constance Cortez
Volume 6: Huidobro's Futurity: Twenty-First Century Approaches
Edited by Luis Correa-Díaz and Scott Weintraub
Volume 5: Human Rights in Latin American and Iberian Cultures
Edited by Ana Forcinito, Raúl Marrero-Fente, and Kelly McDonough
Volume 4: Human Rights and Latin American Cultural Studies
Edited by Ana Forcinito and Fernando Ordóñez
Volume 3: Latin American Urban Cultural Production
Edited by David William Foster
Volume 2: Estudios Hispánicos: Perspectivas Internacionales
Edited by Luis Martín-Estudillo, Francisco Ocampo, and Nicholas Spadaccini

PDF iconIntroducción
Luis Martín-Estudillo, Francisco Ocampo y Nicholas Spadaccini

Parte I: Estudios literarios y culturales

  1. PDF iconTesis para una agenda de crítica cultural y literaria latinoamericana
    Mario Roberto Morales
  2. PDF iconMás allá de lo propio: sobre la crítica y la necesidad de los estudios culturales
    Márcio Seligmann-Silva
  3. PDF iconLatinoamérica, un cuento sobre datos ciertos
    María Gabriela Mizraje
  4. PDF iconTransatlantic Discordances: The Problem of Philology
    Nadia R. Altschul y Bradley J. Nelson
  5. PDF iconEl impacto de los visual studies y la reordencación del campo de disciplinas del texto en nuestro tiempo
    Fernando R. de la Flor

Parte II: Los estudios hispánicos y su cartografía

  1. PDF iconLos lugares del hispanismo
    Fernando Cabo Aseguinolaza
  2. PDF iconEstudios hispánicos canadienses: estableciendo vínculos intramuros y extramuros
    José Antonio Giménez Micó
  3. PDF iconHispanismo e hispanoamericanismo en Italia
    Giuseppe Bellini
  4. PDF iconEl hispanismo en Holanda: poner puertas al campo
    Maarten Steenmeijer
  5. PDF iconLos estudios lingüísticos en Argentina: un breve panorama
    Mabel Giammatteo e Hilda Albano
  6. PDF iconApuntes para una evaluación de los estudios lingüísticos en la Argentina
    Guiomar Elena Ciapuscio
  7. PDF iconLa lingüística en la Argentina: una ojeada retrospectiva
    Ángela Di Tullio
  8. PDF iconHispanic Linguistics in Canada
    Laura Colantoni
  9. PDF iconLa investigación en lingüística hispánica en España y en el contexto europeo
    Violeta Demonte

Parte III: Los estudios hispánicos y sus instituciones

  1. PDF iconSobre las zozobras de la lingüística en España
    Ángel López García
  2. PDF iconLa lingüística en España
    Carlos Subirats Rüggeberg
  3. PDF icon¿Qué hace un área como la de lengua y cultura en un think tank como éste?
    Jaime Otero Roth
  4. PDF iconLa expansión del español en América del Sur: el Instituto Cervantes y las universidades latinoamericanas
    Virginia Bertolotti
Volume 1: Debating Hispanic Studies: Reflections on Our Disciplines
Edited by Luis Martín-Estudillo, Francisco Ocampo, and Nicholas Spadaccini