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Memory, Transition, and Transnationalism in Iberia

This volume brings together a wide range of innovative research across the diverse field of Iberian Studies. It will be of interest to academic staff and research students, and will also provide a resource for undergraduate projects and for all those wishing to deepen their knowledge of the Iberian countries and their relationships with other parts of the world. The collection includes cutting-edge work in the fields of memory politics and historical revisionism, peninsular dictatorships, the Spanish Civil War, the Francoist legacy and transition to democracy, and colonial and postcolonial transnational exchanges between Iberia and other continents on a global scale. Within these core themes, pressing topics such as migrations, resistance, memory, exile and trauma, violence, sexuality and feminism, and their literary and artistic representations form the core of the volume. The 16 chapters are written by established and early career researchers from Brazil, India, Ireland, Hungary, Portugal, Spain, the UK, and the USA.


Associate Professor Mark Gant is Head of Languages and Cultures at the University of Chester, UK and outgoing Chair of the Association for Contemporary Iberian Studies (ACIS). He has published The Spanish Writer and Publisher, Carlos Frontaura: A Study of his Social Influence and Ideology (2012) and edited four volumes on the subjects of pedagogy and Iberian Studies.

Dr Susana Rocha Relvas is Visiting Associate Professor at the School of Technology and Management of the Polytechnic Institute of Viseu (IPV), Portugal, and Chair of the Association for Contemporary Iberian Studies (ACIS). She co-authored The Philosophy of Ortega y Gasset Reevaluated (2021), and co-edited Iberian Interconnections (2016) and Transcultural Spaces and Identities in Iberian Studies (2020).

Dr Siân Edwards is a Reader in Hispanic Studies at Cardiff University, and Secretary of the Association for Contemporary Iberian Studies (ACIS). She has published articles on Wales and the Franco regime and Catalan nationalism. She has also published Ánimo Textbook and Grammar for AS/A level- Welsh adaptation (2021), and a Spanish translation of Patagonia 150: Yma i Aros, Aquí Para Quedarse (2015).

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