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Dec-2018'Bringing the War Home:' the role of family in the home front during the American war in VietnamAlsina, Cristina
Dec-2015Dissent as Therapy: the Case of the Veterans of the American War in VietnamAlsina, Cristina
27-Jan-2021Dreamland Paranoias: Californian Quests for Feminist Order in Thomas Pynchon’s and David Lynch’s WorksKomorowska, Katarzyna
2021Escriptures de pandèmiaVilar, Loreto; Siguan, Marisa; Alsina, Cristina
10-Sep-2014In the Sweet Balance of Dominican-American Identity: Diasporic Imaginary, Gender and Politics in Junot Díaz’s "The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao" (2007)Ortega Montero, Óscar
21-Nov-2014La otra América. Influencia de la literatura estadounidense en Roberto BolañoFernández Díaz, José Javier
11-Jun-2020Love and grief in The Professor’s House: A queer journeyCampos Garrido, Noelia
2020Negative empathy in narrative: humanizing evil in In Cold Blood and Les bienveillantesBaila-Bigné, Sara
11-Jun-2019Normality, Mental Health and Medicalization in Jeffrey Eugenides’ MiddlesexBaltrons Ubeda, Natalia
22-Sep-2017Of heroes and victims: Jess Walter’s The Zero and the satirical post-9/11 novelResano, Dolores
1-Nov-2020Poems as Livable Worlds: A Conversation with Afshan D'souza-Lodhi and Jay BernardMassana, Elisabeth; Alsina, Cristina
2019Repensar la comunidad desde Gloria Anzaldúa. Una lectura de Las Hociconas, Three Locas with Big Mouths and Even Bigger Brains, de Adelina AnthonyVillar del Valle, Andrea
11-Jun-2020"The house i belong but do not belong to": space and identity in Sandra Cisneros' The house on Mango streetSoler Paré, Eva
11-Jun-2020The subversive nature of Beloved’s Sethe Suggs, the “iron-eyed” womanSoler Mena, David
16-Jun-2021“There is a great darkness bearing down on our lives, and no one acknowledges it”: The Struggle of Black Mental Health in Jesmyn Ward’s Men We ReapedCampillo Masip, Carla
11-Jun-2019Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49, a Journey towards EmpathyGarcía Chemhar, Sara
16-Jun-2021“To Be In A Rage, Almost All The Time”: Expressing Anger to Fight Racial OppressionAguilar Moya, Alba