Query : Literatura española
- Josa, Lola33
- Lambea, Mariano33
- Díaz-Mas, Paloma10
- Stanislav Zimic8
- Sergio Ojeda Mora6
- Carriazo, José Ramón5
- Ludovik Osterc5
- Alejandro Gómez Camacho4
- Carmen M. Pujante Segura4
- José Manuel López de Abiada4
- Nieva de la Paz, Pilar4
- Andrés Payà Rico3
- Siwen Ning3
- Víctor de Lama de la Cruz3
- Agustín Rodríguez Garavito2
- Ann Wan-lih Chang2
- Arizaleta, Amaia2
- Bonvalot, Anne-Laure2
- Cabañas Bravo, Miguel2
- Carmen María López López2
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences169
- Gender Studies125
- Art and Art History103
- Methods and Statistics102
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology88
- Political Science87
- Cultural Heritage and Museology74
- Musicology and Performing Arts63
- Communication Sciences43
- Archaeology and Prehistory32
- Architecture and Space Management29
- Environmental studies25
- Classical Studies23
- Economies and Finances19
- Biological Anthropology6
Hansgerd Schulte, ‘El desengaño’. The word and theme in the Spanish literature of the Golden Age. Wilhelm Fink Verlag, Munich, 1969; 236 pp. (Frankburg writings on Roman philosophy, 17).
Se reseñó el libro: “EL desengaño”. The word and theme in the Spanish literature of the Golden Age.
Grommelots and big words in Genet theatre
The big words (clay and heavily sexualised vocabulary) are common in Genet’s novels; in theatre much less because, however anarchist it is, Genet complies with the theatre conventions. He was already criticised in 1947 for being too well talked about her good ones; what if they had spoken on the sce...
Jean Genet, Judge and Party: from the ubiquitous storytelling to the dramaturge commentator
how do we get from the novel to the theatre? Should this change of gender be seen as a change in writing? It is true, however, that the writer remains the same. However, among the constants of Genet’s work, we will show how the writer continues the newspaper of his writing from one gender to another...
Baltasar Isaza y Calderón, The Return to Nature. The origins of the topic and its key directorates in the Spanish literature.
Cirot Georges. Baltasar Isaza y Calderón, The Return to Nature. The origins of the topic and its key directorates in the Spanish literature. In: Bulletin Hispanique, take 37, n°2, 1935. pp. 251-253.
Atlantic alliances on Antarctic Weapons: corsaries and shears at Juan de Miramontes and Zuázola
With the discovery of the transismic passage between the North Sea — the Atlantic — and the South Sea — the Pacific — Panama became the most strategic point of the Spanish Crown in the New World in the 16th century. This led the different monarchies of the old continent to send corsarios to Tierra F...
Changes in the preference for male faces during the menstrual cycle in the Spanish population
Recently, a controversial hypothesis has been put forward, which proposes the presence of a teaching period in women, as is the case in other mammals. This implies that women in the optimal fertility of the menstrual cycle have behaviours aimed at maximising the genetic quality of their offspring. R...
The story in teaching French as a foreign language
[ES] Mites, legends, faults, nibbles and stories have been since antiquity and remain important communication tools in all cultures. Some have been used to convey knowledge and knowledge, others to teach moral values or to raise spiritual lighting, and others simply to entertain. Could we also use t...
Studies on ‘Palmerín de Olivia’. T. 1: EL book of famous and muy esforçado cavallero Palmerín de Olivia. Critical text by Giuseppe di Stefano. Spanish and Ipan-American Literature Institute, Pisa University, 1966; 879 PP.
Se reseñó el libro. Studi sul "Palmerín de Olivia". T. 1: El libro del famoso e muy esforçado cavallero Palmerín de Olivia. Testo critico a cura di Giuseppe di Stefano.
Using and composing the landscape, attending to the making of place through sound in London´s East End. Lila: a case study
This paper is based on an ongoing PhD research project having London's East End as its field area. It will focus on the case study of Lila and, through analysing her narrative of the East End, it will argue for the importance of the senses, notably of the sense of hearing, in using and composing a l...
The first Spanish recovery house, the School of Reform and paternal correction asylum in Santa Rita (1883-1936)
“If you do not find your shame driving and if you do not change, I will send you to a reformatorio.” This is what his father did. In her view, the reformatorio was a child. She tried to suicide 1. In contemporary Spanish literature, there are abonate examples of the dark image conveyed by reformator...
Theory and practice of sextine in his inventor, Arnaut Daniel, and its impact on Spanish literature
Spanish university research into the management of service organisations in the period 1996-2002: particular consideration should be given to the management of operations
The objective of this work is to know to what extent Spanish academic research deals with issues related to the Directorate and Management of Service Organisations. To this end, a thorough literature review is carried out of more than 1800 articles published in a sample of Spanish academic journals...
Monitoring the legality and safeguarding of the rights of citizens in Spain; a proposal for improvement
[ES] This work seeks to bring together the different ways in which the public administration controls itself through competent institutions, procedures and persons. As a starting point, we will focus on the institutions of the different territorial administrations, as well as on those who have the s...
A Main Component Analysis in futsal according to game halves: A case study of an amateur futsal cup final. [Analysis of main components in indoor football according to the game: a case study in an amateur crown finish].
AbstractPrincipal Component Analysis (PCA) has not been used to assess the principal component (PC) of players´ external training loads (TL) in futsal. In addition, no previous study has analyzed the PC of players´ external TL depending on the half of the match in futsal. Thus, this study aimed to a...
Day by day of my calendar. Memorandum on Spanish life in 1918.
in 1918, Manuel Machado published a newspaper in El Liberal, the first half of which would appear that year in the form of a book printed by Juan Pueyo. It had never been edited in its entirety. These pages rescued from the Hemeroteca present us to an almost unknown Manuel Machado, since both its pr...
Humour in the post-war press: the stories of Gloria Fuertes en Maravillas
The Spanish civil war was an impasse in the development of the press as a communication support. Indeed, its instrumentalisation for propaganda purposes explains the role it played in consolidating the new state. Within the network of newspapers set up around the National Movement, the children’s pr...
Juan Goytisolo: critical intellectuals and fiction policy
Analysis and implementation of a Strategic Marketing Plan in the mosaic industry: Case La Española
The main development of this project was based on two key stages: A. To analyse the current situation of mosaics La Española, carry out a detailed diagnosis of the company’s key areas and present a Trade Action Plan setting out growth factors in the short, medium and long term. B. Develop, on the ba...
Dulce Simões, Frontera and Spanish Civil War. Domination, resistance and uses of memory
The book described here is a work that combines anthropology and history. Their extent and density is the result of careful and intensive archiving work, which is rightly combined with carefully treated biographic interviews. The extensive literature and the annexed booklet accompanying the volume s...
The beautiful disloyal: the desire and fictionalisation of translation in the contemporary Spanish narrative
Summary: The analogy between translation and wish is at the heart of three contemporary Spanish fictions whose narratives are also translators: “The case of infiel translator” by José María Merino (1994), “A translator in Paris” by Bernardo Atxaga (1999) and Finalmusik de Justo Navarro (2007). In th...
Old fantasms return to the present: in the current Spanish literature
The literature recovers figures, one of many movements capable of giving the literature a formidable harvest, an extraordinary collection of myths that have not lost their validity over the centuries was that of the gotic novelty.
The art of memory in ‘A convulsa beauty’ of J.M. Fajardo
Memory, remembrance, forgotten are essential components of the novel A convulsance beauty of J.M. Fajardo. Our aim is to demonstrate that this text contains the entire typology of memory and the keys to its functioning. Memory is life for the individual and narrative material
Seeking protection at the gates of Europe: refugees, labeling and dissuasion practices at the southern Spanish borders
Melting ice and fire
The spring of silence brings together those that can surely be considered to be the three best novels of Gómez Rufo, a writer of our time to which some academic and journalistic media consider a reference to the contemporary Spanish narrative: The tears of Henan (1996), the core of fish (2000) and A...
Literature, Criticism and Publishing Industry in <i>De Mar a Mar</i> (1942-1943): a Reading in the Light of Publishing Networks of Galician Exile in Argentina
Este artigo analiza as relacións entre literatura, crítica e mercado do libro na revista literaria <i>De Mar a Mar</i>, publicada en Bos Aires entre 1942 e 1943 por un grupo de exiliados da Guerra Civil española, sobre todo galegos. A análise céntrase en dous aspectos específicos da revista: por unh...