Debating Hispanic Studies: Reflections on Our Disciplines

Ed. Luis Martín-Estudillo, Francisco Ocampo, and Nicholas Spadaccini

Introduction
Luis Martín-Estudillo and Nicholas Spadaccini

Part 1: Literary and Cultural Studies

1. Who Works Where: The State of Our Disciplines in a Fragmented Global Frame
Brad Epps

2. Doing and Undoing Hispanism Today
Román de la Campa

3. Latin American Cultural Studies: When, Where, Why?
Mabel Moraña

4. Under the Spell of Magic: U.S. Latin Americanism and Its Others
Emil Volek

5. Hispanism(s) Briefly: A Reflection on the State of the Discipline
David Castillo and William Egginton

6. Back to the Future: A Note on Literature, Ideology, and Knowledge
Tom Lewis

7. Relations between Queer Studies and Cultural Studies
David William Foster

8. Hispanism and Its Disciplina
Margaret Greer

9. Growing Pains: Those of Hispanism and My Own
Edward H. Friedman

10. Golden Age Studies in the 21st Century: A View of the Culture Wars
Anne J. Cruz

11. Hispanists and University Presses
Gustavo Pérez Firmat

Part 2: Hispanic Linguistics

Introduction
The State of Hispanic Linguistics in the American University
Francisco Ocampo

1. Hispanic Linguistics in the U.S.A.
José Ignacio Hualde

2. Hispanic Linguistics: In a Glass House or a Glass Box?
John M. Lipski

3. Thoughts on the Place of Hispanic Linguistics in the American University
Steven N. Dworkin

4. Expansion in Hispanic Linguistics Needs More Than Numbers
Rafael Núñez-Cedeño

5. Contemporary Spanish Sociolinguistics: Stop the Insanity!
MaryEllen Garcia

6. The Revitalization of Hispanic Linguistics
Almeida Jacqueline Toribio