Álvarez López, Esther. 2021 (en prensa). “Strangers, Persisters and Killjoys. Confronting Gender Inequality through Performance Poetry. En Performing Cultures of Equality, editado por Emilia María Durán Almarza y Carla Rodríguez González. Routledge.

_____. 2021 (en prensa). “Identity, De-Colonization and Cosmopolitanism in (Afro)Latina Artists’ Spoken Word Performances”. En Latinidad at the Crossroads: Insights into Latinx Identity in the 21st Century, editado por Amanda Gerke and Mª Luisa González, 84-107. Leiden, NL: Brill.

Argueso San Martin, Paula. 2021 (en prensa). “The Heavens and Hells of Scottish Literature: An Interview with Alasdair Gray”, Complutense Journal of English Studies. Contemporary Scottish Urban Fiction (Special Issue).

Botamino González, Clara. 2021. “’Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Fire’: An Interview with Laura Hird”, Complutense Journal of English Studies. Contemporary Scottish Urban Fitcion (Special Issue). Aceptada para su publicación.

Carrera Suárez, Isabel y Carla Rodríguez González. 2021.  “Growing Up Multiply: British Women Write the Ampersand Experience.” En The Postcolonial Adolescent, editado por Laura Mª Lojo-Rodríguez, Jorge Sacido-Romero y Noemí Pereira-Ares. Leiden/Boston: Brill. *190-222. 

Durán-Almarza, Emilia María, Carla Rodríguez-González y Suzanne Clisby, eds. 2021 (en prensa). Performing Cultures of Equality. London and New York: Routledge.

Ninanne, Dominique. (en prensa). “Nommer le mal, penser la résilience dans Vie et mort d’un étang de Marie Gevers”. In Modernité et résiliences dans les littératures francophones, Marc Quaghebeur (ed.). Bruselas: P.I.E. Peter Lang.

Prieto-Arranz, José Igor, and María Gómez-Martín. 2022 (pre-accepted, in preparation). “La extraña ignorada. Estudio comparativo de Catalina de Aragón como personaje en la novela histórica británica y española contemporánea de autoría femenina.” Atlánticas. Revista internacional de estudios feministas.

_____.and Patricia Bastida-Rodríguez. 2021 (en prensa). «The Changing Faces of Anne Boleyn: An Analysis of Contemporary Historical Fiction by Philippa Gregory, Hilary Mantel and Alison Weir.» Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History 48, no. 3.

Prieto-Arranz, José Igor. 2021 (en prensa). “The Past as a Commodity in the Present. Reflections on the Historical Turn in British and Spanish Literature.” In For Sale: Kommodifizierung in der Gegenwartskultur. Series Wissenschaft und Kunst, edited by Sabine Coelsch-Foisner and Christopher Herzog. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter.

_____. Maria Juan-Garau, and Francesca Mesquida-Mesquida. 2021 (en prensa). “‘Open Your Mind, Sharpen Your Wits’: A Narrative Approach to the Benefits of Study Abroad as Perceived by Erasmus+ Students.” Journal of Language, Identity & Education.

Prieto López, Paola. 2021 (en prensa) “Black British Drama and the Performance of Alternative Masculinities in Council Estate Plays.” In Performing Cultures of Equality, edited by Durán-Almarza, Emilia María, Carla Rodríguez-González y Suzanne Clisby. London and New York: Routledge.

Rodríguez González, Carla. 2022 (en prensa). “Two Makars, Many Voices: Feminism and Cosmopolitism in the Work of Liz Lochhead and Jackie Kay. En The Blackwell Companion to Scottish Literature, editado por Gerard Carruthers. Oxford: Blackwell.

_____. ed. 2021 (en prensa). Contemporary Scottish Urban Fiction: (2000-2019): Space, Emotions, Identity. Número especial Complutense Journal of English Studies.

_____. y Esther Álvarez López, eds. 2021. Strangers and Trespassers in Contemporary Women’s Crime Fiction (2000-2020). Número especial Papers on Language and Literature (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville).

Álvarez López, Esther. 2016. “Urban Cartography of Murder: Gaspar de Alba’s Desert Blood”. En Geographies of Identity: Mapping, Crossing, and Transgressing Urban and Human Boundaries, 65-72. Alcalá de Henares: Servicio de Publicaciones UAH. Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin.

_____. 2016. Edición e introducción de Geographies of Identity: Mapping, Crossing, and Transgressing Urban and Human Boundaries. Alcalá de Henares: Servicio de Publicaciones UAH. Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin. ISBN 978-84-16599-73-8. Pp. 11-171.

Argüeso San Martín, Paula. 2020. “The Literary Politics of Scottish Devolution: Voice, Class, Nation, by Scott Hames”. Miscelánea: A Journal of English and American Studies. 62: 189-194.

_____.  2019. “A Gendered Union: An Analysis of Anglo-Scottish Gender and Power Dynamics in Alasdair Gray’s ‘You’ (1993) and ‘Mavis Belfrage’ (1996)”, Odisea. Revista de Estudios Ingleses, 20: 19-33.

Bastida-Rodríguez, Patricia. 2019. “Un excéntrica en Mallorca: la huella de las Baleares en la producción literaria de Gertrude Stein.” In Islas de las cien voces. Baleares en las literaturas alemana, francesa e inglesa del siglo XX, coord. by Carlota Vicens-Pujol. 137–153. Palma de Mallorca: Documenta Balear.

_____. 2017. “Afropolitan in their Own Way? Writing and Self-Identification in Aminatta Forna and Chika Unigwe.” European Journal of English Studies. Special Issue “Debating the Afropolitan” 21 (2): 129–143.

_____. 2017. “¿Burgers o Karachiwallahs? Interacción urbana, cosmopolitismo y cultura popular anglófona en Kartography de Kamila Shamsie.” In Indagaciones críticas en torno al universo de la cultura popular, edited by Eduardo de Gregorio-Godeo, María del Mar Ramón-Torrijos, Ángel Mateos-Aparicio Martín-Albo. 43–55. Valencia: Letra Capital.

Botamino González, Clara. 2018. “Spatial Transgression in Laura Hird’s Born Free”. Babel – AFIAL 27: 5 -23.

Durán-Almarza, Emilia María, Ananya Janahara Kabir y Carla Rodríguez-González, eds. 2019. Debating the Afropolitan. London and New York: Routledge.

_____. eds. 2017. “Debating the Afropolitan.” EJES (European Journal of English Studies) 21.2.

Eguíbar Holgado, Miasol. 2020. “Re-framing the Diasporic Subject: The Supernatural and the Black Female Body in Nalo Hopkinson’s The Salt Roads.” Canadian Literature 240: 79-95.

_____. 2020. “The Location of Settled Diasporas in Nova Scotian Fiction.” Humanities 9 (102): 1-16. 

_____. 2018. “Reading the Body Racial in Black Canadian/Black Scottish Non-Fiction: Dorothy Mills-Proctor and Jackie Kay.” African American Review 51 (3): 167-179.

_____. 2017. “Transforming the Body, Transculturing the City: Nalo Hopkinson’s Fantastic Afropolitans.” European Journal of English Studies 21 (2): 174-188.

_____. 2017. “Moments of Nationalism: Global and Local Intersections in Canadian Literature.” HyperCultura 6 (1): (publicación online).

Fernández-García, Andrea. 2020. “Incorporating Ambiguity into Girlhood Experiences: Gender Stereotypes and Identity Negotiations in Mary Helen Ponce’s Hoyt Street and Norma E. Cantú’s Canícula: Snapshots of a Girlhood en la Frontera”. Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos 24: 67-92.

_____. 2020. Geographies of Girlhood in US Latina Writing: Decolonizing Spaces and Identities. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.

_____. 2019. Reseña de Nuevos horizontes en la literatura latina de Estados Unidos: Transnacionalismos, resistencias queer y sus manifestaciones en la web, de Macarena García-Avello (Edicions UIB, 2019). Ex aequo 40: 174-176.

_____. 2018. “Between Nationalism and Feminism: Mary Helen Ponce Remembers her Barrio”. Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies 43(2): 53-76.

_____. 2016. “‘We are not just Patriots of a Country, but Citizens of the Planet’: Children’s Identity Negotiations in Julia Alvarez’s Return to Sender”. Odisea. Journal of English Studies 17: 101-118.

Ninanne, Dominique. 2020. “Mystères du réel dans l’oeuvre de Marie Gevers. Motif de l’enchantement arborescent et processus d’écriture poétique”. Études littéraires 49 (2-3): 151-168.

_____.2020. “Michèle Fabien” [reseña bio-bibliográfica]. In Nouvelle Biographie nationale 15: 151-152. Bruselas: Académie Royale des Sciences, des Lettres et des Beaux-Arts de Belgique.

_____.2020. “Des mères et des filles dans trois romans de Corinne Hoex”. In La Belgique, un continent francophone à découvrir, Marc Quaghebeur, Abdelaouahad Mabrour (ed.), 257-269. Rabat: Université El Jadida.

_____.2019. “Espaces de l’enfance dans l’œuvre de Corinne Hoex”. In Écritures de femmes en Belgique francophone après 1945, Marc Quaghebeur (ed.), 273-304. Bruselas: P.I.E. Peter Lang.

_____. 2019. “Enjeux de la parole théâtrale dans la réécriture de Cassandre de Christa Wolf par Michèle Fabien”. Interfrancophonies. Revue des littératures et cultures d’expression française, 10: 115-132.

_____.2018. “Pouvoir(S)”. Francophonie vivante 58 (1): 35-38.

_____.2018. “Enchantements dans la poésie de Marie Gevers”. Studii şi cercetări filologice. Seria limbi romanice 23 (1): 91-107.

_____.2018. “Celles d’avant de Corinne Hoex. Une lecture énonciative”. Thélème. Revista complutense de estudios franceses 33 (1): 45-59.

_____.2018. “Présences de la mer dans l’œuvre de Corinne Hoex”. Çédille. Revista de estudios franceses 14: 409-430.

_____.2016. “Pères et filles dans les romans de Corinne Hoex”. Çédille. Revista de estudios franceses 12: 297-325.

_____. 2016. “Les Asturies contées par les Belges”. Anales de Filología Francesa 24: 293-313.

Prieto-Arranz, José Igor, and Rubén Jarazo-Álvarez. 2020. “Introduction. The Humanities and the Challenges of the New Europe: Identity, Gender and Space.” In The Humanities Still Matter. Identity, Gender and Space in Twenty-First-Century Europe (Cultural Identity Studies series), edited by Rubén Jarazo-Álvarez and José Igor Prieto-Arranz, 1–29. Oxford: Peter Lang. https://doi.org/10.3726/b15360.

Jarazo-Álvarez, Rubén, and José Igor Prieto-Arranz, eds. 2020. The Humanities Still Matter. Identity, Gender and Space in Twenty-First-Century Europe (Cultural Identity Studies series). Oxford: Peter Lang, 2020. https://doi.org/10.3726/b15360.

Prieto-Arranz, José Igor, and Karen Jacob. 2019. “A Transcultural Approach to EIL Teaching and its Impact on Learners’ National Identities.” Atlantis. Journal of the Spanish Association for Anglo-American Studies 41, no. 2: 11–33. http://doi.org/10.28914/Atlantis-2019-41.2.01.

Prieto-Arranz, José Igor, and Mihai Iacob. 2018. “The Perception of Romanian Immigrants in Spain. The Case of the Hola, soy rumano Campaign.” Bulletin of Spanish Studies 95, no.2: 1729–49. https://doi.org/10.1080/14753820.2018.1432537.

Prieto Arranz, José Igor. 2017. “Canonicity and the Humanities in Spain: The Case of Children’s Literature.” In Making Sense of Popular Culture, edited by María del Mar Ramón-Torrijos and Eduardo de Gregorio-Godeo, 133–43. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Prieto López, Paola. 2020. “debbie tucker green. Critical Perspectives.” Aedean NEXUS 2020 (2): 92-94.

_____. 2020. “Black Lives, Black Words: Transnational Solidarity and Collective Artistic Activism.” Atlantis 42.2: 197-213.

_____. 2019. Introducción crítica y traducción anotada. No es país para negras/No Country for Black Women. Oviedo: KRK ediciones.

Riaño Alonso, Cristina. 2017. “Not Everybody can be Invited to the Party: On Zadie Smith’s NW.” In Representaciones del espacio hostil en la literatura y en las artes, edited by Ana Abril Hernández and Laura de la Parra Fernández, 501-506. Madrid: Andavira.

_____. 2017. “Islam as a Rhythmic Reality: Identity, Emotions and Urban Space in Leila Aboulela’s Short Fiction.” BABEL A.F.I.A.L 26: 53-65.

Rodríguez González, Carla. 2019. “Resilience and Urban Capabilites in Denise Mina’s Garnethill Trilogy”. Contemporary Women’s Writing 13.2: 169-185.

_____. 2018. “Faith and Conversion on Foreign Grounds. Urban Translocation in Leila Aboulela’s Fiction”.  En Contemporary Literay Criticism, vol. 418, editado por Lawrence J. Trudeau. San Francisco, Nueva York, Waterville y Mason: Cengage Learning. 36-44.

_____. 2017. “Geographies of Fear in the Domestic Noir: Paula Hawkins’s The Girl on the Train.” Miscelanea. A Journal of English and American Studies 56: 109-127. ISSN: 1137-6368.

_____. 2017. “Bodies on Display: Affective and Spatial Practice in Zoë Strachan’s Negative Space.” Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 74: 55-72.

_____. 2016. “The Rhythms of the City: The Performance of Space and Time in Suhayl Saadi’s Psychoraag.” Journal of Commonwealth Literature (SAGE) 51.1: 92-109.

Suárez Rodríguez, Ángela. 2020. “The Experience of Homecoming in Teju Cole’s Every Day Is for the Thief: An Investigation into the Othered ‘Cosmopolitan Stranger’.” Journal of Postcolonial Writing 56 (6): 789-802.

_____. 2019. “A Spatio-Emotional Analysis of the Disgust Discourse in Contemporary Afrodiasporic Fiction: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Americanah and NoViolet Bulawayo’s We Need New Names.” Miscelánea: A Journal of English and American Studies 60: 127-144.

_____. 2018. “Margaret Mary Wood: precursora de las visiones renovadas de la figura del extraño”. En La universidad con perspectiva de género, editado por Jorge Diego Sánchez, M.ª Elena Jaime de Pablos y Miriam Borham Puyal, 281-293. Salamanca: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca.

Alonso Álvarez, Óscar (2015). “Exploring Gender Roles in Contemporary Urban Music.” New Alleways to Significance, Interdisciplinary Approaches to English Studies (6). English Studies Series, edited by Alejandra Moreno Suárez & Irene Pérez Fernández, 61-73. Palma de Mallorca: Edicions Universitat de les Illes Balears.

_____. (2012). “Broadcasting in English for all Levels (Tune into ELL Radio Station): Cómo utilizar canciones populares y actuales para la enseñanza de las distintas destrezas del inglés.” Actas del VII Congreso ACLES: Multilinguismo en los centros de lenguas universitarios: evaluación, acreditación, calidad y política lingüística. Editado por Inmaculada Sanz Sainz et. al., 122-133. Centro de Lenguas Modernas de la Universidad de Granada, Granada.

Álvarez López, Esther. 2015. “Women’s Studies and English Studies in Spain”. Esther Álvarez López, Isabel Carrera Suárez, Carla Rodríguez González. En Rewriting Academia. The Development of the Anglicist Women’s and Gender Studies of Continental Europe, editado por Renate Haas, 51-85. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. ISBN 978-3-631-66985-3.

_____. 2014. Building Interdisciplinary Knowledge. Approaches to English and American Studies in Spain. Coordinado por Esther Álvarez López; editado por Emilia María Durán Almarza and Alicia Menéndez Tarrazo. Oviedo: KRK. ISBN 978-84-8367-475-8. http://aedean.org/wp-content/uploads/Oviedo_ebook.pdf. 373 páginas.

_____. 2013. “Narrativa de género y ficción criminal contemporánea en Europa”. En Novela y cine negro en la Europa actual (1990-2010), editado por María José Álvarez Maurín, 179-209. Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva (Siglo XXI). ISBN 978-84-9940-615-2.

_____.2011. “Down the Mean Streets of the Barrio: Gendering the Transcultural City in Nuyorican Literature”. En Reading Transcultural Cities, editado por Isabel Carrera Suárez, Emilia María Durán Almarza y Alicia Menéndez Tarrazo, 195-220. Palma de Mallorca: SP de la Universidad de las Islas Baleares.

_____. 2011. “Disidencia política y género tras el 11S: la traición patriótica de Cindy Sheehan y Jersey Girls”. En El 11 de septiembre y la tradición disidente en Estados Unidos, editado por Víctor Junco, Cristina Garrigós, Daniel Fyfe, Manuel Broncano, 191-203. Valencia: Biblioteca Javier Coy. Valencia: PUV. Biblioteca Javier Coy d’estudis nord-americans. ISBN 78-84-370-8058-1.

_____. 2011. Diccionario crítico de directoras de cine europeas, coordinado por Mª del Carmen Rodríguez Fernández y Eduardo Viñuela Suárez. Madrid: Cátedra. Signo e Imagen. Países de las entradas: Dinamarca, España, Holanda y Portugal. Coordinadora de Dinamarca, España y Portugal. 63 entradas.

Seguí Aznar, Juana María, Patricia Bastida Rodríguez (eds.) 2015. Diccionario de autores anglófonos en Baleares. Palma: Olañeta Editor.

Bastida-Rodríguez, Patricia. 2014. “The Invisible Flâneuse: European Cities and the African Sex Worker in Chika Unigwe’s On Black Sisters’ Street.The Journal of Commonwealth Literature 49 (2): 203–214.

_____. 2014. “¿Santidad o carisma? Teresa de Ávila en la escritura femenina anglófona.” Salamanca. Revista de Estudios 59: 123–141.

_____. 2012. “El doble Bildungsroman en la narrativa británica contemporánea: Transformaciones desde la escritura diaspórica femenina.” Oceánide 4: 1–8.

_____. 2011. “The Hidden Face of the New Millennium: Migrant Exploitation and Reader Expectations in Monica Ali’s In the Kitchen.” SKASE Journal of Literary Studies 3 (2): 49–65.

_____ y Carla Rodríguez González, eds., Isabel Carrera Suárez, coord. 2011. Nación, diversidad y género. Perspectivas críticas. Barcelona: Anthropos.

Carrera Suárez, Isabel, Esther Álvarez López y Carla Rodríguez González. 2015. “Women’s Studies and English Studies in Spain.” En Rewriting Academia. The Development of the Anglicist Women’s and Gender Studies of Continental Europe (European History of English Studies), editado por Renate Haas. Frankfurt am Main, Berlín, Bern, Bruselas, Nueva York, Oxford, Viena: The English Association for ESSE/ Peter Lang. 51-86.

Durán-Almarza, Emilia María y Esther Álvarez-López, eds. 2014. Diasporic Women’s Writing of the Black Atlantic: (En)Gendering Literature and Performance. London and New York: Routledge.

Durán-Almarza, Emilia María. 2012. “Ciguapas in New York: Transcultural Ethnicity and Transracialization in Dominican American Performance.” Journal of American Studies. 46(1): 139-53.

_____. 2010. Performeras del Dominicanyork: Josefina Báez y Chiqui Vicioso. Publicacions de la Universitat de Valencia.

Eguíbar Holgado, Miasol. 2013. “Urban Representations of African Nova Scotia: the reconquest of space in George Elliott Clarke’s Red.” Journal of English Studies 11: 83-96.

_____. 2013. ““The Shifting Scottish Diaspora: Images of Home in Alistair MacLeod’s No Great Mischief. ES. Revista de Filología Inglesa 34: 115-130.

Fernández-García, Andrea. 2014. “Growing Up Global: A Study of Julia Álvarez’s Return to Sender”. En Building Interdisciplinary Knowledge. Approaches to English and American Studies in Spain, eds. Esther Álvarez López, Emilia María Durán Almarza y Alicia Menéndez Tarrazo, 99-104. Oviedo: KRK Ediciones.

Ninanne, Dominique. 2014. L’éclosion d’une parole de théâtre. L’œuvre de Michèle Fabien, des origines à 1985. Bruselas: P.I.E. Peter Lang.

Prieto-Arranz, José Igor. 2015. “Review of Mapping Identity and Identification Processes. Approaches from Cultural Studies, edited by Eduardo de Gregorio-Godeo and Ángel Mateos-Aparicio Martín-Albo. Bern: Peter Lang.” Atlantis. Journal of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies 37, no. 1: 227–32.

_____. 2015. “Whiggish History for Contemporary Audiences. Implicit Religion in Shekhar Kapur’s Elizabeth and Elizabeth: The Golden Age.” Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 14, no.41: 52–78.

Amengual Pizarro, Marian, and José Igor Prieto Arranz. 2015. “Exploring Attitudinal Factors in L3 Learning: CLIL vs. Non-CLIL.” In Content-Based Learning in Multilingual Educational Environments, edited by Maria Juan-Garau and Joana Salazar-Noguera, 197–220. Berlin: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-11496-5_12.

Juan Garau, Maria, José Igor Prieto Arranz, and Joana Salazar Noguera. 2015. “Lexico-Grammatical Development in SecondaryEeducation CLIL Learners.” In Content-Based Learning in Multilingual Educational Environments, edited by Maria Juan-Garau and Joana Salazar-Noguera, 179–95. Berlin: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-11496-5_11.

Prieto Arranz, José Igor, Lucrecia Rallo-Fabra, Caterina Calafat-Ripoll, Caterina, and Magdalena Catrain. 2015. “Testing Progress on Receptive Skills in CLIL Contexts.” In Content-Based Learning in Multilingual Educational Environments, edited by Maria Juan-Garau and Joana Salazar-Noguera, 123–37. Berlin: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-11496-5_8.

Prieto-Arranz, José Igor. 2014. “National Identities in Britain and Spain. Notes towards an SLA Approach to a Better Future.” in esse: English Studies in Albania 4, no.2: 7–57.

_____.and Mark E. Casey. 2014. “The British Working Class on Holiday. A Critical Reading of ITV’s Benidorm.” Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change 12, no. 1: 68–83. https://doi.org/10.1080/14766825.2013.877472.

Juan-Garau, Maria, Joana Salazar-Noguera, and José Igor Prieto-Arranz. 2014. “L3 English Learners’ Lexico-Grammatical and Motivational Development at Home and Abroad.” In Language Acquisition in Study Abroad and Formal Instruction Contexts, edited by Carmen Pérez Vidal, 235–58. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/aals.13.12ch10.

Prieto-Arranz, José Igor. 2013. “SLA as Identity Formation: Evidence from Study Abroad and CLIL Contexts.” BAS / British and American Studies 19 (guest edited by Alberto Lázaro): 149–63.

_____. Maria Juan-Garau, and Karen Jacob. 2013. “Re-Imagining Cultural Identity: Transcultural and Translingual Communication in Virtual Third-Space Environments.” Language, Culture and Curriculum 26, no. 1: 19–35. https://doi.org/10.1080/07908318.2012.759585.

Prieto-Arranz, José Igor. 2013. “Studying Literature, Doing Gender. Epistemological and Methodological Considerations.” In Gender in Literature, edited by Nieves Pascual Soler and Ján Gbúr, 13–48. Kosice: Univerzita Pavla Jozefa Šafárika v Košiciach.

_____.Patricia Bastida Rodríguez, Caterina Calafat Ripoll, Marta Fernández Morales, and Cristina Suárez.:2013. “Introduction. De-Centring Cultural Studies. Past, Present and Future of Popular Culture.” In De-Centring Cultural Studies. Past, Present and Future of Popular Culture, edited by José Igor Prieto Arranz, Patricia Bastida Rodríguez, Caterina Calafat Ripoll, Marta Fernández Morales, and Cristina Suárez, 1–19. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

_____.ed. 2013. De-Centring Cultural Studies. Past, Present and Future of Popular Culture. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Jacob, Karen, Maria Juan-Garau, and José Igor Prieto-Arranz. 2013. “Affective Factor Considerations in a Transcultural Approach to English Language Teaching.” In The Affective Dimension in Second Language Acquisition, edited by Danuta Gabrys-Barker and Joanna Bielska, 291–304. Clevedon and Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters.

Prieto-Arranz, José Igor. 2013. “Brits on Hols. Images of Spain and the Spanish in ITV’s Benidorm. In Culture & Power: Identity and Identification, edited by Eduardo de Gregorio Godeo and Ángel Mateos-Aparicio Martín-Albo, 175–88. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

_____.2012. “España vista desde dentro y desde fuera. Una aproximación sociohistórica y cultural a los discursos de identidad nacional.” Oceánide 4.

_____.2012. “Review of Brave New Worlds. Old and New Classics of Children’s Literatures, edited by Elena Paruolo.” Bookbird: A Journal of International Children’s Literature 50, no.1: 83–85.

_____. 2012. “The Semiotics of Performance and Success in Madonna.” The Journal of Popular Culture 45, no. 1: 173–96.

Jacob, Karen, Maria Juan-Garau, and José Igor Prieto-Arranz. 2011. “Identifying Features of English-Speaking Countries from an ELT Learner Perspective.” Topics in Linguistics 7: 34–41.

Juan-Garau, Maria, and José Igor Prieto-Arranz. 2011. “Intercultural Computer-Mediated Discourse. Evidence from the ‘EIL in Poland and Spain’ Blog.” Topics in Linguistics. 7: 25–33.

Prieto-Arranz, José Igor. 2011. “Bella Gerant Alii, Tu Felix Universitas Nube. La cultura popular y los retos de las humanidades en la universidad española del siglo XXI.” Garoza 11: 179–90.

_____. 2010. “Durability or Transience? Englishness and the Legacy of the Church of England.” The University of Bucharest Review. A Journal of Literary and Cultural Studies 1, no. 1: 109–17.

Fernández-Morales, Marta, and José Igor Prieto-Arranz, eds. 2010. A Comparison of Popular TV in English and Spanish Speaking Societies: Soaps, Sci-Fi, Sitcoms, Adult Cartoons, and Cult Series. Lampeter and New York: The Edwin Mellen Press.

Prieto-Arranz, José Igor, and Patricia Trapero-Llobera. 2010. “Introduction. Cuéntame cómo pasó. When ‘Popular’ Culture Entered Academia.” In A Comparison of Popular TV in English and Spanish Speaking Societies: Soaps, Sci-Fi, Sitcoms, Adult Cartoons, and Cult Series, edited by Marta Fernández-Morales and José Igor Prieto-Arranz, 1–37. Lampeter and New York: The Edwin Mellen Press.

Prieto-Arranz, José Igor. 2010. “Spanish Sitcom and the Spanish ImagiNation. The Cases of 7 vidas and Aquí no hay quien viva.” In A Comparison of Popular TV in English and Spanish Speaking Societies: Soaps, Sci-Fi, Sitcoms, Adult Cartoons, and Cult Series, edited by Marta Fernández-Morales and José Igor Prieto-Arranz, 169–200. Lampeter and New York: The Edwin Mellen Press.

Rodríguez González, Carla. 2015. “An Orcadian Metamorphosis. Embodied Spaces in Luke Sutherland’s Venus a as Boy”. Anglistik. International Journal of English Studies 26.2: 161-173.

_____. 2015. “Recharting the Black Atlantic: Jackie Kay’s Cartographies of the Self.” Etudes ecossaises 17: 103-119. ISSN: 1969-6337.

_____.2015. “Indo-Scottish Cultural Flows: Bashabi Fraser and the Streams of Identity.” En Shaping Indian Diaspora. Literary Representations and Bollywood Consumption away from the Desi, editado por Cristina M. Gámez-Fernández y Veena Dwivedi. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield). 39-52.

_____. y Kirsten Matthews. 2013: Escritoras escocesas en la nueva literatura nacional. Palma: SP U. Illes Balears. Colección English Studies.

Rodríguez González, Carla. 2010. “Poems for a Bicultural Journey: An Interview with Gerrie Fellows.” Journal of Postcolonial Writing 46.1: 101-113.

Álvarez López, Esther. 2010. “El ilusionista de las palabras: Paul Auster y su universo creativo”. Fuentes literarias del cine. Arbor 186 (741): 89-97. ISSN 0210-1963.

_____. 2007. “Más allá del placer visual: la fascinación subversiva de la femme fatale para la mujer espectadora”. En Diosas del celuloide. Arquetipos de género en el cine clásico, coordinado por Mª del Carmen Rodríguez Fernández, 67-92. Madrid: Jaguar.

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