Publications

  • Fernández-Rodríguez, Carolina: “Helen Hunt Jackson’s Ramona: The Romance that Became a Tourist Guide and Silenced the Mestiza”, Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 81 (forthcoming 2020)
  • Fresno-Calleja, Paloma; Eva M. Pérez; Pilar Villar Argáiz; Miquel Pomar Amer: “The Romantic Tourist Novel and the Commodification of the Exotic(forthcoming)
  • Fresno-Calleja, Paloma: “Chick Lit Pasifika-Style or How to B(l)end the Formula: Lani Young’s Scarlet Series”, Contemporary Women’s Writing (forthcoming)
  • Fresno-Calleja, Paloma: “Sarah Lark Landscape Novels and the ‘New Zealand Exotic'”, Journal of Postcolonial Writing (forthcoming)
  • Moreno-Álvarez, Alejandra: “India: Heat, Dust and Tea? Alienness and Marketability in Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and Nicole C. Vosseler“. In Alien Domiciles: Diasporic Inquiries into South Asian Women’s Narratives. Ed. Shilpa Daithota Bhat. Maryland, US: Lexington Books, Rowman and Littlefield (forthcoming).
  • Fernández-Rodríguez, Carolina: “Chamorro WWII Romances: Combating Erasure with Tales of Survival and Vitality”, Journal of Popular Romance Studies, volume 8, 2019: 1-21.
  • Perez-Ríu, Carmen 2019: “Neo-Historical Fiction: David Mitchell’s Take on Adventure, Empire and the Exoticization of the Past”, Theory Now. Journal of Literature, Critique and Thought, 2.2, 2019: 182-199.
  • Pérez Rodríguez, Eva M. 2019: “Exoticisms and Female Redefinitions: Three Popular Women’s Fiction Works of World War 2”, Theory Now. Journal of Literature, Critique and Thought, 2.2, 2019: 200-216
  • Villar-Argáiz, Pilar 2018: “Ireland and the Popular Genre of Historical Romance: The Novels of Karen Robards”, ABEI: Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies, 20. 2: 97-109.
  • Fresno-Calleja, Paloma 2018: “Digging up the un/romantic past: The Revision of Popular Romance Codes in Rose Tremain’s The Colour and Maxine Alterio’s Ribbons of Grace”, Complutense Journal of English Studies 26, 47-64.
  • Pérez-Fernández, Irene 2018: “‘This is a business transaction, fundamentally’: Surrogate Motherhood in Meera Syal’s The House of Hidden Mothers”. Miscelánea: A Journal of English and American Studies, 58: 31-48
  • Perez Fernández, Irene; Carmen Pérez Ríu, Paloma Fresno Calleja y Aurora García Fernández 2018: “From Mills and Boon to the Post-Millenial Boom: The Production, Reception and Marketing of Popular Romance”. In Broadening Horizons. A Peak Panorama of English Studies in Spain. María Beatriz Hernández, Manuel Brito and Tomás Monterrey. La Laguna: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de la Laguna, pp. 335-340.
  • Irene Pérez-Fernández “Cartografías literarias alternativas de la ciudad de Londres en la ficción de Maggie Gee y Zadie Smith”. En Pastor García, Daniel (ed.). Escritoras en redes culturales transnacionales. Berlin: Peter Lang, 2018: pp.59-74.
  • Fresno-Calleja, Paloma 2017: “Competing Demands, Intertwined Narratives: Ethnic, Gender and National Identities in Alison Wong’s As the Earth Turns Silver”, Coolabah, No.22: 33-50.