The book Gender and Violence in Spanish Culture: From Vulnerability to Accountability (Gámez Fuentes and Maseda García, Eds.) now available
- 21 January, 2018
- Posted by: remuvic.eu
- Category: UJI
This January 2018, the prestigious publisher Peter Lang has launched the volume Gender and Violence In Spanish Culture: From Vulnerability to Accountability, edited by María José Gámez Fuentes and Rebeca Maseda García, PI of the project FEM2016-65834-C2-2-P and member of the international work team, respectively. The book presents, on the one hand, an interdisciplinary approach from sociology, communication sciences, politics, educommunication and art to the debate on patriarchal violence and, on the other, a review of spaces of political and narrative resistance. Addressing these issues are contributions from Ana de Miguel Álvarez, Juana Gallego Ayala, Emma Gómez Nicolau, Sonia Núñez Puente, Laura Castillo Mateu, Lidia Puigvert and Cristina Pulido, Sarah Leggott, Marián López Fernández Cao and Juan Carlos Gauli, Alfredo Martínez Expósito, Vera Burgos Hernández and María Castejón Leorza. It is also worth noting that the edition has the special endorsement (Advance Praise) of Athena Athanasiou, Professor of Social Anthropology and Gender Studies at Panteion University (Greece) and co-author with Judith Butler of the volume Dispossession: the performative in the political; and of Chris Perriam, Professor of Hispanic Studies at the University of Manchester (United Kingdom), member of the editorial collective of the Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies and of the editorial boards of the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies and Studies in Spanish & Latin American Cinemas, and of the collection Contemporary Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures (University of Liverpool Press).