Annabel Martín

Founding Director, Gender Research Institute at Dartmouth (GRID)
Associate Professor of Spanish
Associate Professor of Comparative Literature
Associate Professor of Women's, Gender, and Sexualities Studies
Cofounder, Jahjaga Foundation (Prishtina, Kosovo)

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Department:
Comparative Literature
Spanish and Portuguese
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Center:
The John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding
Education:
Ph.D. University of Oregon
M.A. University of Oregon
Licenciada Degree in English-Spanish Philology, Universidad de Deusto, Bilbao, Spain

Selected Publications

Book: La gramática de la felicidad: Relecturas franquistas y posmodernas del melodrama.  Madrid: Libertarias/Prodhufi (2005).

Guest Editor:

HumanitiesGender in Times of Crisis: A Multidisciplinary Conversation (2017). (13 essays).  http://www.mdpi.com/journal/humanities/special_issues/multidisciplinary_conversation

Co-editor with Txetxu Aguado. "Reconciliation and its Discontents" special number of Dissidences: Hispanic Journal of Theory and Criticism 4.8 (2012). (19 essays). http://digitalcommons.bowdoin.edu/dissidences/vol4/iss8/

Selected Articles:

"The Future of the Dead: Reconciliation in PostETA Euskadi.” Article in special issue of Hispanic Issues Online: Flesh, Rites, and Stone: Cultures of Death in Contemporary Spain (1959-2016). Antonio Córdoba and Daniel García-Donoso (eds).  (Forthcoming 2018-2019). 

“La gramática de la duda: Opacidad y transparencia terrorista en El hombre solo de Bernardo Atxaga."  Chapter in El mundo está en todas partes.  La creación literaria de Bernardo Atxaga.  Iker González-Allende and José Ángel Ascunce Arrieta (eds.).  Madrid: Anthropos (forthcoming 2019). 

"Circles of Love and Fire: Cinematic Queering of the Basque Bio-Political (ETA-Terrorist) Subject." Chapter in Screening Terror.  Michael Flynn and Fabiola F. Salek (eds.).  New York: Columbia UP (forthcoming 2019).

"Crisis, Change, and the Humanities: Parameters of Discussion." Co-authored with Txetxu Aguado.  Humanities (2017) http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0787/6/2/35/pdf

"Searching for a Common Place: Thoughts on Crisis, Marginality, and Social Change." Co-authored with Txetxu Aguado. Humanities (2017)  http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0787/6/2/40/pdf

"The Desarrollismo Years: The Failures of Sexualized Nationhood in 1960’s Spain." Spanish Erotic Cinema.  Santiago Fouz-Hernández (ed).  Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2017 (55-73).

"Rutas de ciudadanía: Testimoniar la violencia terrorista en femenino." Chapter in Mujeres víctimas del dolor y la violencia terrorista.  Pilar Rodríguez (ed.).  Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2017 (49-69).

"Turismo 'queer'?: La generación felpa o el cuerpo social del turismo."  Viajes de cine.  El relato del turismo en el cine hispánico.  Antonia del Rey Reguillo (ed.).  Madrid: Tirant lo Blanch Humanidades, 2017 (109-134).

"Binomios éticos-ciudadano: Identidad y violencia terrorista."El arte frente al terror: El terrorismo en la literatura y el cine.  Estudios para el recuerdo.  María José Álvarez Maurín, Miriam López Santos, and Nuria Sánchez Villadangas (eds.).  León, Spain: Universidad de León Publications, 2016 (194-201).

"Vunerability and the Literary Imagination in the Basque Context: Julia Otxoa, Bernardo Atxaga, and Luisa Etxenike." Chapter in A Comparative History of Literatures in the Iberia Peninsula (Vol 2). César Domínguez, Anxo Abuín, Ellen Sapega, and Dorothy Odartey-Wellington (eds).  Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins B.V / Association Internationale de Littérature Comparée, 2016 (64-73).

"Ética y ciudadanía: El "tú-yo" terrorista y su versión restaurativa" in Imágenes de la memoria.  Víctimas del dolor y de la violencia terrorista.  Pilar Rodríguez (ed.).  Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2015 (171-193).

"El documental y la reconciliación social vasca:  Entrevista con Eterio Ortega Santillana (Al final del túnel, 2011)" in Imágenes de la memoriaVíctimas del dolor y de la violencia terrorista.  Pilar Rodríguez (ed.).  Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2015 (233-240).

"Gender(ed) Matters in Communication/Media Studies: Integrating Curricular Innovation and Social Change in the Spanish Model." Co-authored with María Jesús Pando-Cantelli.  Anàlisi: Quaderns de Comunicació I Cultura: 50 (2014): 39-53. 

"Gendered Logics of Violence: Skin and Cloth, Sutures and Memory.  Pedro Almodóvar's The Skin I Live In (2011)."  Special Number of Miríada Hispánica (U of Virginia) on "Global Almodóvar" edited by Cristina Martínez-Carazo (UC, Davis). Miríada Hispánica 8 (2014): 109-133. 

"Humanities and Human Rights." Co-authored with Pilar Rodríguez.  Horizon 2020 Projects: Portal 3 (2014): 1-4.  <http://www.horizon2020publications.com/H3/files/mobile/index.html#172>

"Time, Scale, and Community in Post-Human Times: Contemporary Totems in Julio Medem and Agustín Ibarrola." Chapter in Changes, Conflicts, and Ideologies in Contemporary Hispanic Culture.  Teresa Fernández Ulloa (ed.).  Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014 (122-146).

"Rethinking Tears and Excess: Melodrama in Spanish Filmmaking." Section Coordinator and Chapter Contributor on Melodrama to Spanish Film Companion. Jo Labanyi and Tatjana Pavlovic (eds.). London and New York: Blackwell, 2013 (224-240).

"El viaje sin retorno: Turismo y disidencia identitaria en el cine de los 60." Chapter in Turistas de película. Antonia del Rey Reguillo (ed). Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2013 (65-90).

"And When Time Stood Still: Building a Road for Peace, Reconciliation, and Forgiveness in Euskadi (The End of ETA Armed Conflict)." Article in special number on "Reconciliation and its Discontents" of Dissidences: Hispanic Journal of Theory and Criticism 4.8 (2012). <http://digitalcommons.bowdoin.edu/dissidences/vol4/iss8/>.

"El viaje al Hades: Un ida y vuelta a las ruinas de la violencia (el caso de Euskadi)." Chapter in Exilio y Cine. Pilar Rodríguez (ed.). Bilbao: Deusto University Press, 2012 (59-72).

"Los silencios y el lenguaje de la memoria moral: The Secret Life of Words de Isabel Coixet (2005)." Chapter in España Siglo XX/XXI. Rosalía Cornejo-Parriego and Alberto Villamandos (eds). Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2011 (278-294) .

"Con faldas y no tan a lo loco: La fierecilla domada en el cine de José Luis Sáenz de Heredia." Chapter in El destino se disculpa: El cine de José Luis Sáenz de Heredia. José Luis Castro de Paz and Jorge Nieto Ferrando (eds.). Valencia, Spain: Ediciones de la Filmoteca de la Generalitat Valenciana, 2011 (233-249).

"La palabra remendada: Literatura y futuro en Euskadi (Bernardo Atxaga y Julia Otxoa)." Chapter in Contornos de la narrativa española actual (2000-2009): un diálogo entre creadores y críticos. Antonio Dorca and Palmar Álvarez (eds). Madrid: Iberoamericana, 2011 (131-140).

 

 

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Works in Progress

Rest in Peace: The Basque Political Contours of the Arts (book)

Annabel Martín is currently studying the cultural context surrounding the end of ETA terrorism in Spain and the role the arts play in processes of reconciliation in her manuscript Rest in Peace: The Basque Political Contours of the Arts, a collaborative project with Basque artists Bernardo Atxaga, Julia Otxoa, Ricardo Ugarte, Luisa Etxenike, and Helena Taberna, among others.   

Annabel Martín is also a member of a research team at the Universitat de València (Spain) studying tourism and national identity, a member of a joint Communication Studies research group (Boston College, Universidad de Deusto-Spain, and Dartmouth College) studying gender in higher education curricula, a  member of the international research network CinemAGEnder, and a former  member of a joint study group addressing the culture of emotion at New York University, University of Illinois, and the Centro Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (Madrid).

Selected Seminars

Spain Reset!: Rethinking Democracy and Culture

Indignant Spain: Crisis and New Social Movements Today

Bullets and Letters: Basque Terrorism and the Arts

Miniskirts and Polkadots: Beach Beauties and Dictatorship

Hollywood Revisited: The Films of Pedro Almodóvar

Art and Gender: A Different Gaze?

The Humanities and Human Rights: Gendered and Textual Alliances

Times of Crisis: Neoliberalism, Gender, and Change

Love and Space: Places for Feminism

Family Matters: Gender Reversals and Community in Almodóvar

The Cinematic City

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