Espectros: Ghostly Hauntings in Contemporary Transhispanic Narratives (Hardcover)

Espectros: Ghostly Hauntings in Contemporary Transhispanic Narratives By Alberto Ribas-Casasayas (Editor), Amanda L. Petersen (Editor), María del Carmen Caña Jiménez (Contribution by) Cover Image

Espectros: Ghostly Hauntings in Contemporary Transhispanic Narratives (Hardcover)

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Espectros is a collection of original scholarly studies on contemporary literature and film in Spanish and by authors of Latin American descent. Contributors contemplate ghosts, haunting, the spectral, and absence as central motifs in narratives that deal with the aftermath of collective or individual trauma, affect in visual and material culture, and the economic and social pressures of globalization and neoliberal economics.
Alberto Ribas-Casasayasis assistant professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies at Santa Clara University. Amanda L. Petersen is associate professor of Spanish in the Department of Languages, Cultures, and Literatures and affiliated faculty for the Latin American Studies and Gender Studies programs at the University of San Diego.
Product Details ISBN: 9781611487367
ISBN-10: 1611487366
Publisher: Bucknell University Press
Publication Date: December 24th, 2015
Pages: 260
Language: English