The Trace

New Critical Approaches to the Trace and Its Application to Recent Literature Written in English


Rosario Arias:

“‘Aren’t You Haunted by All This Recurrence?’: Spectral Traces of Traumatized Childhood(s) in Doris Lessing’s The Sweetest Dream”. Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction: Volume 53, Issue 4 pp. 355-365. DOI: 10.1080/00111619.2010.500315.

Nieves Pascual Soler:

“Translational Cookery: Ferran Adrià’s Regional Cosmopolitanism.” Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 15.4 (2012): 599-622.

Marta Cerezo Moreno:

Cerezo Moreno, Marta and Nieves Pascual. Traces of Aging: Old Age and Memory in Contemporary Narrative. Transcript-Verlag. 2016

Marta Cerezo Moreno. “Memory, History and Identity in Contemporary Fiction and Memoir”. Mesa Redonda en XXXVI Congreso de Aedean. 14-16 noviembre 2012. Hopes and Fears: English and American Studies in Spain_ (U de Málaga, 2013)

“The Significance of the `Trace' in Contemporary Literature and Critical Theory” (Mesa Redonda), presentada por Marta Cerezo Moreno y Sonia Villegas, en el XXXV Congreso Internacional de AEDEAN (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, 16-18 noviembre 2011).

Sonia Villegas López:

“Reading Traces in Alice Thompson’s The Falconer” en el marco del XXXVI Congreso de AEDEAN (14-16 de noviembre de 2012). Hopes and Fears: English and American Studies in Spain (2013).

“Gender Traces in New Puritan Women’s Fiction”. The New Puritan Generation. Ed. José Francisco Fernández Sánchez. Canterbury: Gylphi, 2013. 65-88.

Our Project has been funded by the Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación
( Ref. FFI2013-44154-P )