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Iberian Studies: Reflections Across Borders and Disciplines

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Edited By Núria Codina Solà and Teresa Pinheiro

The cultural and linguistic diversity of the Iberian Peninsula calls for research practices that go beyond the methodological nationalism of Portuguese and Spanish Philology and History. Iberian Studies is an emerging epistemological field that approaches the complexity of the Iberian Peninsula and analyses its different literatures, identities, cultures and history from a comparative and interdisciplinary perspective.

Iberian Studies: Reflections Across Borders and Disciplines provides insights into theoretical debates on Iberian Studies. The case studies included in the volume engage with cultural history, centre and periphery dynamics, memory and nationalism and the renewed interest in the Islamic and Sephardic in 21st century Spain and Portugal.

Theoretical reflections on Iberian Studies – Entangled cultural history – Centre and periphery dynamics in literature and politics – Decentralised literature and memory – Deterritorialising Iberian Studies: Arab and Jewish heritage