Book Chapters

Book Chapters by Team Members

Collado-Rodríguez, Francisco. “Patterns of Posthuman Numbness in Shirley & Gibson’s ‘The Belonging Kind’ and Egger’s The Circle.” Posthumanism and Transhumanism in Twenty-First Century Narrative. Eds. Sonia Baelo-Allué y Mónica Calvo-Pascual. London and New York: Routledge, 2021. ISBN: 0367655136

Collado-Rodríguez, Francisco. “On Human Consciousness and Posthuman Slavery: Representations of the Living Dead in T. S. Eliot, Thomas Pynchon, and William Gibson.” In A Critical Gaze from the Old World. Transatlantic aesthetics and culture series; vol. 9. Isabel Durán et al., eds. Bern, Berlin, Wien, New York: Peter Lang, 2018. 117–35. ISBN: 978-3-0343-3480-8. DOI: 10.3726/b14768. (Available here)

Collado-Rodríguez, Francisco. “Horror mortis, structural trauma, and postmodern parody in Saul Bellow’s Henderson the Rain King.” In Traces of Aging: Old Age and Memory in Contemporary Narrative. Aging Studies Series, vol. IX. Marta Cerezo & Nieves Pascual, eds. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2016. 149–67. ISBN 978-3-8376-3439-6. (Available here)

Collado-Rodríguez, Francisco. “Historiographic Metafiction, Thermodynamics and the middle that was not excluded in Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of 49.” In Metahistorical Narratives and Scientific Metafictions. Giuseppe Episcopo, ed. Napoli: Cronopio, 2015. 149–66. ISBN: 978-88-98367-09-2. (Available here)

Nadal, Marita. “Transcending Boundaries: Posthuman Transformations in Mid-19th Century US Fiction”. Literatures in English: Transcending Boundaries: Migrations, Dislocations, and Literary Transformations. Studies in English and Comparative Literature (SECL). Eds. Igor Maver, Wolfgang Zach and Astrid Flögel. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag, 2020. 251-261. ISBN: 978-3958095915.

Nadal, Marita. “Southern Gothic: The Monster as Freak in the Fiction of Flannery O’Connor”. Monsters and Monstrosity: from the Canon to the Anti-Canon. Literary and Juridical Subversions. Eds. Daniela Carpi and Klaus Stierstorfer. Berlin: De Gruyter. 2019. 205-18. ISBN: 978-3-11-065219-2. (Available here).

Nadal, Marita and Mónica Calvo Pascual. “Trauma and Literary Representation: An Introduction.” Trauma in Contemporary Literature: Narrative and Representation. Eds. M. Nadal and M. Calvo. London and New York: Routledge, 2014. 1-13. ISBN: 9870415715874.

Nadal, Marita. “Gothic and Trauma in Shirley Jackson’s ‘We Have Always Lived in the Castle'». Between the Urge to Know and the Need to Deny: Trauma and Ethics in Contemporary British and American Literature. Eds. Mª Dolores Herrero and Sonia Baelo. Heildelberg: C. Winter Verlag, 2011: 161-174. ISBN: 978-3-8253-5884-6.

Nadal, Marita. “Prosopopoeia and Allegorical Translucency in Poe’s Fiction.» Edgar Allan Poe: Doscientos Años Después (1809 – 2009). Eds. Beatriz González Moreno and Margarita Rigal Aragón. Cuenca: Universidad de Castilla La Mancha, 2010: 31-40.

Baelo-Allué, Sonia. “The Trauma Paradigm and Commercial Fiction: The Case of Fifty Shades of Grey”. The Politics of Traumatic Literature: Narrating Human Psyche and Memory. Eds. Önder Çakırtaş, Antolin Trinidad and Şahin Kızıltaş. Cambridge Scholar Publishing, 2018. 140-154. ISBN: 978-1-5275-1338-9.

Baelo-Allué, Sonia. “‘From Twilight to Fifty Shades of Grey: Fan Fiction, Commercial Culture, and Grassroots Creativity.” The Twilight Saga: Exploring the Global Phenomenon. Ed. Claudia Bucciferro. Lanham, Toronto, Plymouth: Scarecrow Press. 2013. ISBN: 978-0-8108-9285-9.

Baelo-Allué, Sonia. “From Solid to Liquid: Invisible Monsters and the Blank Fiction Road Story.” Chuck Palahniuk: Fight Club, Invisible Monsters, Choke. Ed. Francisco Collado-Rodríguez. London and New York: Bloomsbury. 117-135. 2013. ISBN: 978-1441141941.

Baelo-Allué, Sonia. “‘It’s Really Me’: Intermediality and Constructed Identities in Glamorama.” Bret Easton Ellis: American Psycho, Glamorama, and Lunar Park. Continuum Series on Contemporary North American Fiction. Ed. Naomi Mandel. London and New York: Continuum. 84-97. 2011. ISBN: 978-0826435620.

Calvo Pascual, Mónica. “Switching Affects: Anxious Narratives of Lesbian Representation in Spanish Television” (co-authored with Maite Escudero). Televising Queer Women: A Reader. Ed. Rebecca Beirne. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 193-206. ISBN: 9780230600805.

Calvo Pascual, Mónica. “Barred from the Sublime: Structural Trauma and Gender Socialization in Jenefer Shute’s Life-Size.” Between the Urge to Know and the Need to Deny: Trauma and Ethics in Contemporary British and American Literature. Eds. Dolores Herrero and Sonia Baelo-Allué. Heidelberg: Winter, 2011. 55-70. ISBN: 3825358844.

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Split. A Dystopian Vision of Transhuman Enhancement. Speciesist and Political Issues Intersecting Trauma and Disability.” Transhumanism and Posthumanism in Twenty-First Century Narrative. Eds. Sonia Baelo and Mónica Calvo. London and New York: Routledge, 2021. ISBN: 9780367655136.

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Where Else but Reading? Blending Genres in Jasper Fforde’s Nursery Crime Series.” Contemporary fairy-Tale Magic. Subverting Gender and Genre. Eds. Lydia Brugué and Auba Llompart. Brill, 2020. 307–316. ISBN: 978-90-04-41899-8.

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Narrative Exhaustion and The Posthuman Narrative Self In Tao Lin’s Taipei.” Nikial, Julia and Izabella Kimak, eds. Exhaustion and Regeneration in Post-Millenial North-American Literature and Culture. Berlin: Peter Lang, 2019, 59-60 ISBN: 978-3 631-79557-6.

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Accounting for Feminist Myths. A Critical Posthumanist and Agential Materialist Approach.” Women Poets and Myth in the 20th and 21st centuries. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018. 199-212.

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Agential Materialism and the Problem of Iteration”. Crystals Beneath the Surface. Eds. Mauricio Aguilera and Margarita Carreter. Granada: Editorial Universidad de Granada, 2018. 81-90.

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Estudio Comparativo del Uso del Doble Literario en las obras de Umberto Eco y E. A. Poe.” Volumen Homenaje a Juan Antonio Díaz e Ian McCandless. Granada: Editorial de la Universidad de Granada, 2011. 27-37.

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Warped Discourses: The Logic of Absence in Democratic Discourse” Homenaje a Maria Luisa Dañobeitia. Granada: Editorial de la Universidad de Granada, 2011. 219-228.

Ferrández San Miguel, María. “Exploring the Shame-Guilt-Violence Nexus in E. L. Doctorow’s Early Fiction.” National and Transnational Challenges to the American Imaginary. Eds. Adina Ciugureanu, Eduard Vlad and Nicoleta Stanca. Berlin: Peter Lang, 2018. 191-203.

Ferrández San Miguel, María. “‘No Redress but Memory’: Holocaust Representation and Memorialization in E.L. Doctorow’s City of God.” Memory Frictions: Conflict, Negotiation, Politics, eds. María Jesús Martínez Alfaro and Silvia Pellicer Ortín. London and New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2017. 187-205.

Laguarta-Bueno, Carmen. “Don DeLillo’s Zero K (2016). Transhumanism, Trauma, and the Ethics of Premature Cryopreservation.» Posthumanism and Transhumanism in Twenty-First Century Narrative. Eds. Sonia Baelo-Allué and Mónica Calvo-Pascual. Routledge, 2021. 126-141.