Volume 1: Debating Hispanic Studies
Reflections on Our Disciplines
Edited by Luis Martín-Estudillo, Francisco Ocampo, and Nicholas Spadaccini
Luis Martín-Estudillo and Nicholas Spadaccini
Part I: Literary and Cultural Studies
- Who Works Where: The State of Our Disciplines in a Fragmented Global Frame
- Doing and Undoing Hispanism Today
Román de la Campa
- Latin American Cultural Studies: When, Where, Why?
- Under the Spell of Magic: U.S. Latin Americanism and Its Others
- Hispanism(s) Briefly: A Reflection on the State of the Discipline
David Castillo and William Egginton
- Back to the Future: A Note on Literature, Ideology, and Knowledge
- Relations between Queer Studies and Cultural Studies
David William Foster
- Hispanism and Its Disciplina
- Growing Pains: Those of Hispanism and My Own
Edward H. Friedman
- Golden Age Studies in the 21st Century: A View of the Culture Wars
Anne J. Cruz
- Hispanists and University Presses
Gustavo Pérez Firmat
Part II: Hispanic Linguistics
- Hispanic Linguistics in the U.S.A.
José Ignacio Hualde
- Hispanic Linguistics: In a Glass House or a Glass Box?
John M. Lipski
- Thoughts on the Place of Hispanic Linguistics in the American University
Steven N. Dworkin
- Expansion in Hispanic Linguistics Needs More Than Numbers
- Contemporary Spanish Sociolinguistics: Stop the Insanity!
- The Revitalization of Hispanic Linguistics
Almeida Jacqueline Toribio