Edited By Rafael M. Mérida-Jiménez
More specifically, Hispanic (LGT) Masculinities in Transition will interlink the fields of political and historical change and artistic production in order to assess whether cultural representations can be understood as mere reflections of social and political change. In terms of the materials being examined, these are, in the first instance, literary, although other narratives are also addressed (filmic production and plastic arts). This volume is essential reading for professors and students of contemporary Spanish history and culture, as well as for those interested in lesbian, gay, transgender, and masculinity issues.
About the Editor
Rafael M. Mérida-Jiménez holds a Ph.D. in Spanish literature and is Serra Húnter Associate Professor of Hispanic Literatures at the Universitat de Lleida (Spain). He has published many academic works on Spanish and Catalan literatures from the Middle Ages through the twentieth century, including Fuera de la orden de natura (2001), El gran libro de las brujas (2004), La aventura de "Tirant lo Blanch" y de "Tirante el Blanco" (2007), Damas, santas y pecadoras (2008), and Cuerpos desordenados (2009). He has also edited Sexualidades transgresoras (2002), Manifiestos gays, lesbianos y queer (2009), and Minorías sexuales en España (2013).
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