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Feminism, Writing and the Media in Spain

Ana María Matute, Rosa Montero and Lucía Etxebarria

by Mazal Oaknín (Author)
Monographs XIV, 212 Pages
Open Access

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Pages
XIV, 212
ISBN (PDF)
9781787077904
ISBN (ePUB)
9781787077911
ISBN (MOBI)
9781787077928
Open Access
CC-BY
Language
English
Tags
women’s writing public personae feminism memory and digital era
Published
Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, New York, Wien, 2019. XIV, 212 pp., 12 fig. col.

Biographical notes

Mazal Oaknín (Author)

Mazal Oaknín completed her MA and PhD in Hispanic Studies at University College London, where she has been teaching Hispanic language and literature since 2009. She previously taught Spanish in Malaga, New York, Paris and Birmingham. She co-edited the volume Literatura política y política literaria en España: Del Desastre del 98 a Felipe VI with Guillermo Laín Corona (Peter Lang, 2015) and her work has appeared in journals such as Espéculo, Fahrenheit 452, Alba Magazine and Argus. Her research focuses on four main areas: contemporary Spanish literature, gender and identity, fiction in the digital age and representations of minorities.

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Title: Feminism, Writing and the Media in Spain