Books » Series » Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures
Edited by O'Reilly, Terence; Thompson, Colin; Twomey, Lesley
At a time when women were effectively silenced in church, St Teresa of vila (1515-82) represents an extraordinary exception. This collection of essays by leading scholars in Teresian studies covers topics in history, art history, literature, theology, and spirituality, in a fresh ...
Add to Basket
By Rodtjer, Rocio
Although often overshadowed by the Second Republic, the Spanish Restoration (1874-1931) is a foundational period for modern family narratives: it was a period in which women contributed to, but also transgressed, the trope of the mater patria and helped shape our collective imagi ...
By Almanza-Galvez, Carla
During the 'long' eighteenth century, marked by Spain's experience of the Enlightenment, five major utopian texts devised ideal worlds as vehicles for questioning the political, economic, social, and religious status quo.
By Humphrey, Paul
African-derived religious traditions like Santer a and Vodou have long been a site of political, cultural and social resistance in the Caribbean.
By Tavares, Maria
Tavares shows how the literary creations by female authors Dina Sal stio (Cape Verde, 1941-), Paulina Chiziane (Mozambique, 1955-), and Ros ria da Silva (Angola, 1959-) share a common modus operandi and thematic framework.
Subscribe now to be the first to hear about specials and upcoming releases.
Copyright © 2019 Wheelers Books
· All rights reserved