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Americans in Spain (1820-1920): Traveling Women Artists and their Subjects

Typically some of my favorite things to blog about are trips to art museums and special exhibits that connect to my research and teaching interests on various topics related to Spanish history, culture, and literature. Taking in specially curated collections, … Continue reading

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A New History of Iberian Feminisms (review)

Bermúdez, Silvia and Roberta Johnson, eds. A New History of Iberian Feminisms. U of Toronto P, 2018. 522 pp. (My full-length, non-illustrated(!) review will be published with Feministas Unidas in 2018.  I ‘ll link here when it’s available, or you … Continue reading

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