Journal Articles

Journal Articles

Collado-Rodríguez, Francisco. “Narratives of the Rocket: Chabon’s ‘Amnesiac’ Revisitation of Pynchon’s Posthuman Zone.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction (Routledge), vol. 61.1 (2020): 91–103. ISSN: 0011-1619. DOI: 10.1080/00111619.2019.1650710 (Available here)

Collado-Rodríguez, Francisco. “The Holy Fool’s Revelation: Metafiction, Trauma, and Posthumanity in E. L. Doctorow’s Andrew’s Brain.Papers on Language and Literature, vol. 53.4 (2017): 383-414. ISSN: 0031-1294. (Available here)

Collado-Rodríguez, Francisco. “The Imperfections of a Future Past: Trauma, Posthumanity, and Sci-Fi in William Gibson’s ‘The Gernsback Continuum’.” Letterature d’America, vol. 37 (2017): 177-94. ISSN: 2037-6952. (Available here)

Collado-Rodríguez, Francisco. “Approaching the Scientific Method in Literary Studies: On the notions of Framework and Method (and their application to Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five).” Miscelánea: A Journal of English and American Studies, vol. 54 (2016): 33-50. ISSN: 1137-6368. (Available here)

Collado-Rodríguez, Francisco. “Intratextuality, Trauma and the Posthuman in Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, vol. 57.3 (2016): 229–41. ISSN: 0011-1619. (Author’s postprint available here)

Collado-Rodríguez, Francisco and María Ferrández San Miguel. “The True Voice of the American Fictionist: E. L. Doctorow.” AEDEAN Nexus 2 (2015): 90-101. ISSN: 1697-464. (Available here)

Collado Rodríguez, Francisco. “Meaning Deferral, Jungian Symbolism, and the Quest for V. in Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of 49.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, vol. 56.3 (2015): 255–69. ISSN: 0011-1619. (Author’s postprint available here)

Collado-Rodríguez, Francisco. “Textual Unreliability, Trauma and the Fantastic in Chuck Palahniuk’s Lullaby.” Studies in the Novel, vol. 45.4 (Winter 2013): 620–37. ISSN: 0039-3827. (Available here)

Collado-Rodríguez, Francisco. “Naming Female Multiplicity: An Interview with Bharati Mukherjee.” (Reprt). Short Story Criticism. Vol. 173. Ed. Lawrence J. Trudeau. Detroit: Gale, Cengage Learning, 2013. 79–84. ISSN: 0895-9439.

Nadal, Marita. “Trauma and the Uncanny in E. A. Poe’s ‘Ligeia’ and ‘The Fall of the House of Usher’”. The Edgar Allan Poe Review 17.2 (2016): 178-192. ISSN: 2150-0428. (Available here).

Nadal, Marita. “The Shadows of Time: Chronotopic Diversity and Ethical Unreadability in Flannery O’Connor’s Tales.” Papers on Language and Literature 49.3 (2013): 273-295. ISSN: 0031-1294. (Available here).

Nadal, Marita. “William Golding: a Backward Glance.” AEDEAN Nexus 2 (2011): 99-106.

Nadal, Marita. “‘The Fall of the House of Usher’: A Master Text for (Poe’s) American Gothic.” Journal of English Studies 7 (2009): 55-70. ISSN: 1576-6357. (Available here).

Nadal, Marita. “Temporality and Narrative Structure in Flannery O’Connor’s Tales.” Atlantis 31.1 (2009): 23-39. ISSN: 0210-6124.

Baelo-Allué, Sonia. “Transhumanism, Transmedia and the Serial Podcast: Redefining Storytelling in Times of Enhancement.” IJES, International Journal of English Studies, 19.1, (2019): 113-131. ISSN 1578-7044. Doi: 10.6018/ijes.335321. (Available here).

Baelo-Allué, Sonia. “Exhaustion and Regeneration in 9/11 Speculative Fiction: Kris Saknussemm’s ‘Beyond The Flags’ (2015).” Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos, 22 (2018): 13-35. ISSN 1133-309-X. Doi: 10.12795/REN.2018. i22.01. (Available here).

Baelo-Allué, Sonia. “From the Traumatic to the Political: Cultural Trauma, 9/11 and Amy Waldman’s The Submission.” Atlantis: Journal of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies, 38.1 (2016): 165-183. ISSN: 0210-6124. (Available here).

Baelo-Allué, Sonia. “9/11 and the Psychic Trauma Novel: Don DeLillo’s Falling Man.” Atlantis: Journal of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies, 34.1 (2012): 68-80. ISSN: 0210-6124. (Available here).

Baelo-Allué, Sonia. “The Depiction of 9/11 in Literature: the Role of Images and Intermedial References.” Radical History Review, 111. Historicizing 9/11 Issue. (Fall, 2011): 184-193. ISSN: 0163-6545. (Available here)

Calvo Pascual, Mónica. “Girl meets boy: postcyborg ethics, individual identity and collective rights in the posthuman age”. Journal of English Studies 16 (2018): 7-25. ISSN 1576-6357 DOI: 10.18172/jes.3498 (Available here).

Calvo Pascual, Mónica. “The new children of the earth: Posthuman dystopia or a lesbian’s dream in Larissa Lai’s Salt Fish Girl”. Orbis Litterarum 73 (2018): 405-17. ISSN 0105-7510 DOI: 10.1111/oli.12190 (Available here).

Calvo Pascual, Mónica. “Eating Disorders and Constitutive Absence in Contemporary Women’s Writing.” Journal of International Women’s Studies 18.4 (2017): 292-305. (Available here).

Calvo Pascual, Mónica. “‘It Was Perfect’: Desire, Corporeality, and Denial in Darren Aronofsky’s The Black Swan”. ES: Revista de Filología Inglesa 37 (2016): 119-132. ISSN: 0210-9689. (Available here).

Calvo Pascual, Mónica. “Appetites and Consumption: Designing the Self in Jenefer Shute’s Fiction”. Journal of Gender Studies 23.4 (2014): 351-361. ISSN: 0958-9236.

Calvo Pascual, Mónica. “The Order/Disorder Binary in Stephen Marlowe’s Fiction: From Neurotic Subjects to Narrative Chaos.” Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos 13 (2009): 49-62. ISSN: 1133-309X.

Calvo Pascual, Mónica. “Scientific Discourses and Post-Modernist Parody in Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49.” Parnassus: An Innovative Journal of Literary Criticism 1 (2009): 69-82. (Rae Bareli: Feroze Gandhi Collage). ISSN: 0975-0266.

Calvo Pascual, Mónica. “We Are Family? Spanish Law and Lesbian Normalization in Hospital Central” (co-authored with Maite Escudero). Journal of Lesbian Studies 13.1 (2009): 35-48. (Philadelphia: Routledge Taylor and Francis.) ISSN: 1089-4160, 1540-3548.

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam (with Ana Chapman). “Post-postmodernist Aesthetics of Irrelevance: Textual Disability as Narrative Prosthesis (The Lin/Wallace Connection).” Critique. Studies in Contemporary Fiction. DOI: 10.1080/00111619.2021.1996326. 

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Posthumanist Trauma: An Intrasectional Approach to Accountable Determinacy in Current North American Narrative.” Journal of English Studies vol 19 (2021): 73-95. ISSN 1576-6357. (Available here).

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Accountable Metaphors. Transhuman Poetics of Failure in Tao Lin’s Taipei.” Atlantis. Journal of the Spanish Association for Anglo-American Studies 43.1 (June 2021): 20-38. ISSN: 0210-6124. (Available here).

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Agential Materialism and the Feminist Paradigm. A Posthumanist Approach.” Journal of Feminist, Gender and Women Studies 10 (2021): 31-40. ISSN: 2444-1198. (Available here).

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Of Language and Music.  A Neo-Baroque, Environmental Approach to the Human, Infrahuman and Superhuman in Richard Powers’ Orfeo.” Anglia 137.1 (2019): 126-146. ISSN: 1865-8938, 0340-5222. DOI:

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Divination and Comparison: The Dialogical Tension between Self-Reflective Aesthetics and Sensational Motifs in Edgar Allan Poe’s Dupin Series,” Poetics Today 37.4 (2016): 641-74.

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Edgar Allan Poe’s Narrative Use of Literary Doubling,” Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 4.1 (2013): 71-82.

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Poe’s Play-Full Narratives.  His Use of Dramatic Devices in Short Fiction,” Edgar Allan Poe Review 12.2 (2011): 79-100.

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam. “Revisiting Untraded Paths.  Literary Revisions of Eighteenth-Century Exploration Journals,” Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities, 3.1 (2011): 99-109.

Ferrández San Miguel, María. “Towards an Ethics of Affinity: Posthumanism and the Question of the Animal in Two SF Narratives of Catastrophe.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction (2022). ISSN: 0011-1619, 1939-9138. DOI: (Available here)

Ferrández San Miguel, María. “Resilient Cyborgs: Trauma and the Posthuman in Pat Cadigan’s Synners (1991).” Extrapolation 62.3 (2021). 247-268. Online ISSN: 2047-7708; Print ISSN: 0014- 5483. DOI:

Ferrández San Miguel, María. “Ethics in the Anthropocene: Traumatic Exhaustion and Posthuman Regeneration in N. K. Jemisin’s The Broken Earth Trilogy.” English Studies 101.4 (2020). 471-486. Print ISSN: 0013-838X Online ISSN: 1744-4217. DOI:

Ferrández San Miguel, María. “Appropriated Bodies: Trauma, Biopower and the Posthuman in Octavia Butler’s ‘Bloodchild’ and James Tiptree, Jr.’s ‘The Girl Who Was Plugged In.’” Atlantis. Journal of the Spanish Association for Anglo-American Studies 40.2 (2018): 27-44. ISSN: 0210-6124. DOI: (Available here)

Ferrández San Miguel, María. “Towards a Theoretical Approach to the Literature of Resilience: E. L. Doctorow’s Ragtime as a Case Study.” Orbis Litterarum 73.2 (2018): 146-169. ISSN: 1600-0730. DOI: 10.1111/oli.12162. (Available here)

Ferrández San Miguel, María. “Repurposing ‘Disreputable Genre Materials’: E.L. Doctorow’s Subversion of Hegemonic Gender Configurations in Welcome to Hard Times. Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos 19 (2016): 67-81. ISSN: 1133-309-X. (Available here)

Ferrández San Miguel, María. “The Collusion of Feminist and Postmodernist Impulses in E.L. Doctorow’s Ragtime.Complutense Journal of English Studies (CJES) 23 (2015): 97-114. ISSN: 1133-0392. (Available here)

Ferrández San Miguel, María. “Branded in his Mind: Trauma, Violence and Memory in E. L. Doctorow’s The Book of Daniel.Nordic Journal of English Studies 13.4 (2014): 1-19.  ISSN: 1654-6970. (Available here)

Laguarta-Bueno, Carmen. “Richard Powers’s Generosity: An Enhancement (2009): Transhumanism, Metafiction, and the Ethics of Increasing Human Happiness Levels through Biotechnology”. Atlantis 44, 2, 2022, pp. 222-238. (Available here)

Laguarta Bueno, Carmen. “Trauma and Existentialism in Cormac McCarthy’s The Road (2006).” Nordic Journal of English Studies 18.1 (2019): 72-94. (Available here)

Laguarta Bueno, Carmen. “Transhumanism in Dave Eggers’ The Circle: Utopia vs. Dystopia, Dream vs. Nightmare.” Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos 1 (2018): 165-188. ISSN 1133-309-X. (Available here)

Laguarta Bueno, Carmen. “The Plight of Not Belonging: Jean Rhys’s ‘Let Them Call It Jazz’ and ‘The Day They Burned the Books’.” ES Review. Spanish Journal of English Studies 39.1 (2018): 157-172. E-ISSN 2531-1654. (Available here)

Muñoz González, Esther. “The Autobiography of my Mother: Looking at the Past with Old Eyes.” Odisea Revista de Estudios Ingleses 19 (2018): 25-34. Online ISSN 2174-1611. (Available here)

Muñoz-González, Esther. “The Americans: Domesticity and Regendering of Classical Spy Narratives,” Brno Studies in English 44 (2018): 119-136. Masaryk University, Brno. ISSN 0524-6881. Online ISSN 1805-0867. (Available here)

Muñoz-González, Esther. “Food Symbolism and Traumatic Confinement in ‘We Have Always Lived in the Castle'”. Complutense Journal of English Studies 26 (2018): 79-93. Complutense University. ISSN 2386-3935. Online ISSN-e 2386-6624. (Available here)

Muñoz-González, Esther. “The Ebony Tower: Mythical Women and Powerful Men.” Verbeia Journal of English Studies 3 (2018): 90-102. University Camilo José Cela Publicaciones. Online ISSN: 2444-1333. (Available here)

Muñoz González, Esther. “Lost Children: Hearing the Past in the Silence of an Empty House.” ES Review. Spanish Journal of English Studies 38 (2017): 47-63. ISSN: 2531-1646. (Available here)

Muñoz González, Esther. “Living in the Posthuman Network Society: Mobility and Surveillance in Blackhat.” Journal of English Studies 15 (2017): 221-234. ISSN: 1576-6357. (Available here)

Peinado-Abarrio, Rubén. “’Fragmented and bewildering:’ The New Risk Society in Jenny Offill’s Weather.” Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos 26 (2022). ISSN: 1133-309-X. DOI: (Available here).

Peinado-Abarrio, Rubén. “Disappropriation and Composting in Valeria Luiselli’s Lost Children Archive.” Complutense Journal of English Studies 30 (2022): 101-109. ISSN: 2386-3935. DOI: (Available here).

Peinado-Abarrio, Rubén. “‘A Geography of the Soul’: The Displaced and the City in the Work of Aleksandar Hemon.” Literature Compass 19.12 (2022). ISSN: 1741-4113. DOI: (Available here).

Peinado-Abarrio, Rubén. “Slavery as National Trauma in Richard Ford’s ‘Everything Could Be Worse’.” Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos 25 (2021): 185-204. ISSN: 1133-309-X. DOI: (Available here).

Peinado-Abarrio, Rubén. “Of Monsters and Men: Masculinities in HBO’s Carnivàle.” Oceánide: Journal of the Spanish Society for the Study of Popular Culture 9 (2017). ISSN: 1989-6328. (Available here).

Peinado-Abarrio, Rubén. “’He United the States of America:’ Exclusionary Historiography in HBO’s John Adams.” SPIEL: Eine Zeitschrift zur Medienkultur 2 (2016): 103-114. ISSN: 0722-7833. DOI: (Available here).

Peinado-Abarrio, Rubén. “Richard Ford’s Frank Bascombe as an American Everyman.” Miscelánea: A Journal of English and American Studies 50 (2014): 49-60. ISSN: 1137-6368. (Available here).

Peinado-Abarrio, Rubén. “’Like Refugees in Their Own Country:’ Racial Formation in Post-Katrina US.” Odisea: Journal of English Studies 13 (2012): 113-127. ISSN: 1578-3820. DOI: (Available here).

Peinado-Abarrio, Rubén. “La narrativa minimalista de Luisa Castro.” Corrientes: Nordic Journal of Ibero-American Studies 1 (2011): 92-111. ISSN: 0804-7383.

Abizanda Cardona, María. “Narrating the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Transhumanism and Critical Posthumanism in Catherine Lacey’s The Answers”. Revista De Estudios Norteamericanos 26 (2022) doi:10.12795/REN.2022.i26.10. (Available here).