Volume Index 2000

Volume 33, Issue 2 (Winter 2009)

1. Jesús Torrecilla: Spanish Identity: Nation, Myth and History
2. Serafin Fanjul: Uses of a Myth: al-Andalus
3. Nil Santiáñez: Habitus, Heterotopia and Endocolonialism in Early Spanish Literary Fascism
4. Paddy Woodworth: The Basque Country: the Heart of Spain, a Part of Spain or Somewhere Else Altogether
5. Susan Martin-Márquez: Spain, Reincarnated: Julio Medem's Caótica Ana and New Spain Media(tion) in the World
6. Gonzalo Navajas: The Spanish Case for Europe. The Power of Cultural Identity
7. Cristina Sánchez-Conejero: Spaniwood? English Language Spanish Films since the 1990s
8. Andrés Zamora: A Vindication of the Spanish Mother. Maternal Images in the Filmic Make-over of the Nation

Volume 33, Issue 1 (Winter 2009)

1. Cynthia Tompkins: The Paradoxical Effect of the Documentary in Walter Salles's Central do Brasil
2. Nathalie Debrauwere-Miller: Crypts of Helene Cixous's Past
3. Katarzyna Pieprzak: Nostalgia and the New Cosmopolitan
4. Helene Weldt-Basson: The Significance of Birds in the Works of Augusto Roa Bastos
5. Jean-Louis Hippolyte: Paranoia and Christianity in Maurice Dantec's Crime Fiction
6. Bethany Ladimer: Wartime Writings or the Imaginary Lover of Marguerite Duras
7. Franck Dalmas: Coeur, Temps and Monde in Le forcat innocent
8. John Hamilton: Sounding the Depths of Language: Philology and Music in the Work of Pascal Quignard

Volume 32, Issue 2 (Summer 2008)

1. Vicky Unruh: Where the Wild Things Go: Tourism and Ethnic Longing in the Theatre of Rodolfo Santana
2. Amalia Gladhart: Mobile Thresholds, Immobile Phones: Staging Migration, Return, and the Empty Home in Recent Ecuadorian Theater
3. Miguel Rubio Zapata: The Procession that Travels Inside: Yuyachkani's "Santiago"
4. Kimberly del Busto Ramírez: The Lost Apple Plays: Performing Operation Pedro Pan
5. Maja Horn: Passion Plays: The Dominican Diaspora in Waddys Jáquez's P.A.R.G.O.
6. Priscilla Meléndez: (De)Humanizing Humor: The Anthill of Life and Politics in the Theatre of Sabina Berman
7. Stuart A. Day: It's My (National) Stage Too: Sabina Berman and Jesusa Rodríguez as Public Intellectuals
8. Kirsten F. Nigro: Dangerous Spaces, Dangerous Liaisons: Performance Arts on and of the U.S./Mexico Border
9. Rosina Conde: An Account of Señorita Maquiladora
10. Nohemy Solózano-Thompson: Being Edward James Olmos: Culture Clash and the Portrayal of Chicano Masculinity
11. Jorge Huerta: From the Margins to the Mainstream:  Latino/a Theater in the U.S.

Volume 32, Issue 1 (Winter 2008)

1. Carolyn A. Durham: My American Uncle, America Cries Uncle, and Other Fantastic Tales from France: Iegor Gran's Jeanne d'Arc fait tic-tac
2. Margaret E. Gray: Narcissism, Abjection and the Reader(e) of Simone de Beauvoir's Les Belles Images
3. Laura R. Loustau: Displaced Identities and Traveling Texts in Luisa Valenzuela's Black Novel (With Argentines)
4. Claire Marrone: Rewriting the Writing Mother in Marie Darrieu-ssecq's Le Bébé
5. Melanie Nicholson: Bellmer's Argentine Doll: Alejandra Pizarnik and the Disarticulation of the Self
6. Laura Barbas Rhoden: Corpses and Capital: Narratives of Gendered Violence in Two Costa Rican Novels
7. Eleanor E. ter Horst: Urban Pastoral: Tradition and Innovation in Apollinaire's "Zone" and Rilke's "Zehnte Duineser Elegie"
8. Paul A. Youngman: The Realization of a Virtual Past in Günter Grass's Crabwalk
9. Donald L. Shaw: On the Dark Side: Conrad's "The Secret Sharer" and Valenzuela's "La palabra asesino"

Volume 31, Issue 2 (Summer 2007) Special Issue: Patrick Modiano's Dora Bruder Guest Editors: Lynn A. Higgins and Richard J. Golsan

1. Richard J. Golsan and Lynn A. Higgins: Introduction
2. Susan Rubin Suleiman: "Oneself as Another": Identification and Mourning in Patrick Modiano's Dora Bruder
3. Judith Greenberg: Trauma and Transmission: Echoes of the Missing Past in Dora Bruder
4. Steven Ungar: Modiano and Sebald: Walking in Another's Footsteps
5. Susan Weiner: Dora Bruder and the Longue Durée
6. Richard J. Golsan: Modiano Historien
7. Mary Jean Green: People Who Leave No Trace: Dora Bruder and the French Immigrant Community
8. Lynn A. Higgins: Fugue States: Modiano Romancier

Volume 31, Issue 1 (Winter 2007) Special Issue on Austrian Literature: Gender, History, and Memory

1. Wolfgang Nehring: Prince Eugene and Maria-Theresia: Gender, History, and Memory in Hofmannsthal in the First World War
2. David Luft: Cultural Memory and Intellectual History: Locating Austrian Literature
3. Karl Müller: Images of the Second World War in Austrian Literature after 1945
4. Maria-Regina Kecht: Marlen Haushofer: Recollections of Crime and Complicity
5. Sara Lennox: Gender, the Cold War, and Ingeborg Bachmann
6. Imke Meyer: Gender, Cultural Memory, and the Representation of Queerness in Ingeborg Bachmann's Narrative A Step Towards Gomorrah
7. Irene Fußl: Jewish History and Memory in Paul Celan's "DU LIEGST"
8. Leslie Morris: Translating Czernowitz: The "Non-Place" of East Central Europe
9. Karen Remmler: Geographies of Memory: Ruth Beckermann's Film Aesthetics
10. Dagmar C. G. Lorenz : Viennese Memories of History and Horrors
11. Roxane Riegler: The Necessity of Remembering Injustice and Suffering: History, Memory, and the Representation of the Romani Holcaust in Austrian Contemporary Literature
12. Gitta Honegger: Staging Memory: The Drama Inside the Language of Elfriede Jelinek

Volume 30, Issue 2 (Summer 2006)

1. Becky Boling: The Trope of Nature in Latin American Literature: Some Examples
2. Carine Bourget: The Rewriting of History in Amin Maalouf 's TheCrusades
Through Arab Eyes
3. Philip G. Hadlock: Real Estate and Stating the Real in Jean Echenoz's
L'Occupation des sols
4. Steffen H. Hantke: Dead Center: Berlin, the Postmodern Gothic, and Norman
Ohler's Mitte
5. Douglas Brent McBride: Expressionism, Futurism, and the Dream of Mass Democracy
6. Gisela Norat: Expressions of National Crisis: Diamela Eltit's E. Luminata and
Pablo Picasso's Guernica
7. Patricia E. Reagan: Going Under: The Metro and the Search for Oneself in Julio
Cortázar's "The Pursuer"
8. Beth Zeiss: Texts of Light and Shadow: Dickens and Lautréamont in Alejandra
Pizarnik's Sombra Poems

Volume 30, Issue 1 (Winter 2006)

1. Jill Robbins and Roberta Johnson: Introduction: Rethinking Spain from Across the Seas
2. Francisco-J. Hernández Adrián: Atlantic Nessologies: Image, Territory, Value
3. Wadda Ríos-Font: Orphans of the Motherland: Puerto Rican Images of Spain in Jacobo Morales's Linda Sara
4. Marina Pérez de Mendiola: Jorge Oteiza's Modernity and His Latin American Travels
5. Shirley Mangini: From the Atlantic to the Pacific: Maruja Mallo in Exile
6. Jill Robbins: Cyberspace and the Cyberdildo: Dislocations in Cenicienta en Chueca
7. Maite Zubiaurre: Carmen Nestares's Venus en Buenos Aires: Neocolonialist Cyber-Romance, Virtual Lies, and the Trans atlantic Queer
8. Yaw Agawu-Kakraba: Symptoms of Spanish Fantasies: Africa as the Sign of the Other in Ángel Ganivet's Idearium español and La conquista del reino de Maya
9. Michael Ugarte: "Soy tú. Soy él": African Immigration and Otherness in the Spanish Collective Conscience
10. Silvia Bermúdez: Telling Tales of War to Teens: Ignacio Martínez de Pisón's Una guerra africana and Morocco as "Open Wound" in the Spanish National Imaginary
11. Joseba Gabilondo: Antonio Banderas: Hispanic Gay Masculinities and the Global Mirror Stage (1991-2001)

Volume 29, Issue 2 (Summer 2005)

1. Edna Aizenberg: Ethnos Meets Eros on the River Plate: Marcelo Birmajer, Sylvia Molloy, Anna Kazumi Stahl
2. Shawn Gorman: Proustian Metaphor and the Automobile
3. Albena Lutzkanova-Vassileva: Toward a Meta Understanding of Reality: The Problem of Refernece in Russian Metarealist Poetry
4. Patrizia C. McBride: The Value of Kitsch. Hermann Broch and Robert Musil on Art and Morality
5. Patricia M. Montilla: Parodic Musings on Futurism and Amore in Oliverio Girondo's Espantapájaros (al alcance de todos).
6. Ann L. Murphy: Origins, Loss, and Recovery in Patrick Modiano's Voyage de noces and Dora Bruder
7. Scott Shinabargar: Repeat Offenders: Violence and Textual Economy
8. Eva Maria Stadler: The Lady in Pink: Dress and the Enigma of Gendered Space In Marcel Proust's Fiction
9. Jennifer Willging: Surveillance and Liberty in Céline's New York, the City That Doesn't Sleep (Around)

Volume 29, Issue 1 (Winter 2005)

1. Chris Andrews: Inspriation and the Oulipo
2. Glenn W. Fetzer: Jean-Marie Gleize, Emmanual Hocquard, and the Challenge of Lyricism
3. Dawn Fulton: A Clear-Sighted Witness: Trauma and Memory in Maryse Condé's Desirada
4. Joanne Gass: Where am I? Who am I? The Problem of Location and Recognition in Helena Parente Cunha's Woman Between Mirrors
5. Kathy Lehman: Women, Subalternity, and the Historical Novel of María Rosa Lojo
6. María Rosa Lojo: Modernity, Postmodernity, and Transgression in Sábato's Esthetics: Poetic Dissemination, Defeat of Utopias, Returning Bodies
7. Valérie Orlando: The Politics of Race and Patriarchy in Claire-Solange, âme africaine by Suzanne Lacascade
8. Michelle Scatton-Tessier: The Public Becomes Personal: From Ernaux's Passion Simple to Journal du dehors
9. Cecile West-Settle: Personalized and Depersonalized Discourses: Irony and Self-Consciousness in Bécquer's Rimas

Volume 28, Issue 2 (Summer 2004)

1. Sarah E. Barbour: Hesitating Between Irony and the Desire to be Serious in Moi, Tituba, sorcière . . . noire de Salem: Maryse Condé and her Readers
2. Richard M. Berrong: A Literary Form for Love: Yves Navarre's My Friends Are Gone with the Wind
3. Gail A. Bulman: Moving On? Memory and History in Griselda Gambaro's Recent Theater
4. Deborah B. Gaensbauer: Reconfiguring Boundaries in Maryse Condé's Crossing the Mangrove
5. Francis ("Pim") Higginson: Patrick Chamoiseau et le Gwo-Ka du chanté-parlé
6. Eilene Hoft-March: For-Giving Death: Cixous's Osnabrück and Le Jour où je n'etais pas là
7. Timothy L. Parrish: Nabokov, Dostoevski, Proust: Despair

Volume 28, Issue 1 (Winter, 2004)

1. Stephen Brockmann: Introduction: Reading and Writing Berlin
2. Erhard Schütz: Arrivals, Arrivees: Literary Encounters with Berlin in the Weimar and Berlin Republics
3. Sabine Hake: A Stranger in Berlin: On Joseph Roth's Berlin Dis-course
4. Peter Fritzsche: History as Trash: Reading Berlin 2000
5. Ulrike Zitzlsperger: Guides to the City: Berlin Anthologies
6. Katharina Gerstenberger: "Only the Wall Put a Stop to the Inflow of Monsters": Bodies and Borders in Post-Wall Berlin
7. Katrin Sieg: Post-colonial Berlin? Pieke Biermann's Crime Novels as Globalization Critique
8. Christian Jäger: Berlin Heinrichplatz: The Novels of Ulrich Peltzer
9. Anke Biendarra: Gen(d)eration Next: Prose by Julia Franck and Judith Hermann1
10. Carol Anne Costabile-Heming: The Presence and Absence of the Past: Sites of Memory and Forgetting in F. C. Delius's Die Flatterzunge
11. Siegfried Mews: The Desire to Achieve "Normalcy" – Peter Schneider's Post-Wall Berlin Novel Eduard's Homecoming 258
12. Barbara Mennel: Masochism, Marginality, and the Metropolis: Kutlug Ataman's Lola and Billy the Kid

Volume 27, Issue 2 (Summer, 2003)

1. Susan Carvalho: The Craft of Emotion in Isabel Allende's Paula
2. Laurie Corbin: Violent Fathers and Runaway Sons: Colonial Relationships in Une vie de boy and Mission terminée
3. Malva E. Filer: The Integration of a Fragmented Self in the Works of Angelina Muñiz-Huberman
4. Scott Macdonald Frame: The Literal and the Literary: A Note on the Historical References in Isabel Allende's La casa de los espíritus
5. Raphaël Lambert: The Construction of the Other and the Self in André Gide's Travels in the Congo and Frantz Fanon's Black Skin, White Masks
6. Jill LeRoy-Frazier: "Playing a Game of Worlds": Postmodern Time and the Search for Individual Autonomy in Vladimir Nabokov's Pale Fire
7. Eric P. Levy: Malone Dies and the Beckettian Mimesis of Inexistence
8. Laura A. McLary: Restaging Hysteria: Mary Wigman as Writer and Dancer
9. Caroline Rupprecht: The Violence of Merging: Unica Zürn's Writing (on) the Body
10. Gayle Zachmann: Surreal and Canny Selves: Photographic Figures in Claude Cahun

Volume 27, Issue 1 (Winter, 2003)

1. Jennifer Forrest: Cocteau au cirque: The Poetics of Parade and "Le Numéro Barbette"
2. Pamela A. Genova: The Poetics of Visual Cubism: Guillaume Apollinaire on Pablo Picasso
3. Kimberly Healey: Aesthetic Deviation: Victor Segalen in China
4. Jutta Ittner: Epiphanies at the Supermarket: An Interview with Brigitte Kronauer
5. Martha Kuhlman: The Double Writing of Agota Kristof and the New Europe
6. Gerald M. Macklin: "Drunken Boat": Samuel Beckett's Translation of Arthur Rimbaud's "Le Bateau ivre"
7. Anjali Prabhu: Theorizing the Role of the Intermediary in Postcolonial (Con)text: Driss Chraïbi's Une enquête au pays

Volume 26, Issue 2 (Summer, 2002)

1. Pascale De Souza: When I Means We: A Reading of School in French Caribbean Apprenticeship Novels
2. Jessica A. Folkart: Almost the Same, but Not Quite: ReOrienting the Story of the Subject in Cristina Fernández Cubas's El año de Gracia
3. M. Martin Guiney: Boris Vian's American Movie: The Lost Authorship of I Will Spit on Your Graves
4. John Krapp: Hermann Hesse's Hegelianism: The Progress of Consciousness Towards Freedom in The Glass Bead Game
5. Sharon Magnarelli: A Tale of Two Authors: Valenzuela and Borges
6. Zulema Moret: The Construction of History in the Folds of Family History in the Novel Song Lost in West Buenos Aires by María Rosa Lojo
7. Debby Thompson: "What Exactly Is a Black?": Interrogating the Reality of Race in Jean Genet's The Blacks
8. Fuencisla Zomeño: Feminism and Postmodernism in Paloma Díaz-Mas's "The World According to Valdes" and "In Search of a Portrait"
9. Peitsch, Helmut: Is "Kulturnation" a Synonym for "National Identity"?

Volume 26, Issue 1 (Winter, 2002) Special Issue: Perspectives in French Studies at the
Turn of the Millennium Guest Editors: Martine Antle and Dominique Fisher

1. Dominique D. Fisher: Introduction: Reassessing French Studies in the Context of Postmodern Geopolitics
2. Mary Jean Green: Marketing Strategies for a New Academic Economy: Can We Sell French Without Selling Out?
3. Stephane Spoiden: Cathodisms
4. Yasmine Getz: Poetry of the Resistance, Resistance of the Poet
5. Leah D. Hewitt: From War Films to Films on War: Gendered Scenarios of National Identity—The Case of The Last Metro
6. Carol J. Murphy: Reassessing Marguerite Duras
7. Beryl Schlossman: Crossing Francophone Boundaries: Beckett's Fictions
8. Boniface Mongo-Mboussa: Unveiling French-African Memory
9. Marc Lony: Remembrance of the Lost Guyanese Novel: Atipa
10. Dina Sherzer: Maghrebi-French Directors Behind the Camera: The Cinema of the Second G
11. Mireille Rosello: European Hospitality Without a Home
12. Jacques Jouet: Frise du métro parisien
13. Warren Motte: Christian Oster's Picnic
14. Marie-Claire Bancquart: Andée Chedid, Vénus Khoury-Ghata, and Martine Broda
15. Estelle Taraud: Interview with Ghada Amer

Volume 25, Issue 2 (Summer 2001)

1. Lorene M. Birden: The "Incongruous Stranger" as Structural Element in the
Novels of Elsa Triolet
2. Leslie Anne Boldt-Irons: Bataille's "The Solar Anus" or the Parody of Parodies
3. David N. Coury: Böll and the Burgundians: Myth and the (Re)Construction of
the German Nation
4. Pascal A. Ifri: Modern Literature and Christianity: The Religious Issue in Lucien
Rebatet's Les Deux étendards
5. Robert Neustadt. (Ef)Facing the Face of Nationalism: Wrestling Masks in Chicano
and Mexican Performance Art
6. Kimberly Philpot van Noort. Postcards from Venice: Life and the City in Paul
Morand's Venises
7. Elizabeth Richardson Viti. Passion simple and Madame, c'est à vous que j'écris:
"That's MY Desire"
8. Lynne D. Rogers. Rachid Boudjedra's Representations of Terrorism: Le vainqueur
de coupe and La Vie à l'endroit

Volume 25, Issue 1 (Winter 2001) Special Issue: The Literature and Popular Culture of the
U.S.-Mexican Border Guest Editor: Charles Tatum

1. Charles Tatum: Introduction
2. Claire Fox: Fan Letters to the Cultural Industries: Border Literature about Mass
3. Debra A. Castillo: "Pesadillas de noche, amanecer de silencio": Miguel Méndez
and Margarita Oropeza
4. Gary D. Keller: Running the United States-Mexico Border: 1909 through the
5. Amy Kaminsky: Identity at the Border: Narrative Strategies in María Novaro's
El jardín del Edén and John Sayles's Lone Star
6. Maarten van Delden: Crossing the Great Divide: Rewritings of the U.S.-Mexican
Encounter in Walter Abish and Richard Rodriguez
7. Javier Durán: Border Crossings: Images of the Pachuco in Mexican Literature
8. Francisco Manzo-Robledo: Reading the Other Side of the Story: Ominous Voice
and the Sociocultural and Political Implications of Luis Spota's Murieron a mitad
del río
9. David William Foster: John Rechy: Bodies and Souls and the Homoeroticization
of the Urban Quest
10. Roberto Cantú: Borders of the Self in Alfredo Véa's The Silver Cloud Café
11. J. Douglas Canfield: Crossing Laterally into Solidarity in Montserrat Fontes's
Dreams of the Centaur
12. Ellen McCracken: Hybridity and the Space of the Border in the Writing of Norma
Elia Cantú
13. George Hartley: Hegemony and Identity: The Chicano Hybrid in Francisco X.
Alarcón's Snake Poems
14. Alberto López Pulido: To Arrive Is to Begin: Benjamin Sáenz's Carry Me Like
Water and the Pilgrimage of Origin in the Borderlands

Volume 24, Issue 2 (Summer 2000)

1. Peter Benson: The Chiasmus of Mourning and Identification in Jean Genet
2. Karen Bouwer. Subject to Instability
3. José Castro Urioste: Mario Vargas Llosa's El hablador as a Discourse of Conquest
4. David Herman: Existentialist Roots of Narrative Actants
5. Jesse Kavadlo. Proust, Bakhtin, and the Dialogic Albertine: Voice and Fragmentation
in The Captive
6. Ann Leone. The Missing Set: How Landscape Acts in The Cherry Orchard
7. Doris Meyer. Victoria Ocampo and Alfonso Reyes: Ulysses's Malady
8. Erin C. Mitchell. Writing Photography: The Grandmother in Remembrance of
Things Past, the Mother in Camera Lucida, and Especially, the Mother in The Lover

Volume 24, Issue 1 (Winter 2000) Special Issue: Russian Culture of the 1990s Guest
Editor: Helena Goscilo

1. Helena Goscilo: Introduction: Centrifuge and Fragmentation
2. Helena Goscilo: Style and S(t)imulation: Popular Magazines, or the Aestheticization
of Postsoviet Russia
3. Eliot Borenstein: About That: Deploying and Deploring Sex in Postsoviet Russia
4. Susan Larsen: Melodramatic Masculinity, National Identity, and the Stalinist Past
in Postsoviet Cinema
5. Mikhail Gnedovsky: The Siberian Museum Games
6. Mark Lipovetsky: Literature on the Margins: Russian Fiction in the Nineties
7. Nadezhda Azhgikhina: Russian Club Life