Narrativas de resiliencia
Enfoques interseccionales sobre literatura y otras representaciones culturales contemporáneas
 
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 Glocal Narratives of Resilience

Book edited by Ana Mª. Fraile published by Routledge (2020) with contributions by members of this research project.

Glocal-Narratives

Resilience discourse has recently become a global phenomenon, infiltrating the natural and social sciences, but has rarely been undertaken as an important object of study within the field of the humanities. Understanding narrative in its broad sense as the representation in art of an event or story, Glocal Narratives of Resilience investigates the contemporary approaches to resilience through the analyses of cultural narratives that engage aesthetically and ideologically in (re)shaping the notion of resilience, going beyond the scales of the personal and the local to consider the entanglement of the regional, national and global aspects embedded in the production of crises and the resulting call for resilience. After an introductory survey of the state of the art in resilience thinking, the book grounds its analyses of a wide range of narratives from the American continent, Europe, and India in various theoretical strands, spanning Psycho-social Resilience, Socio-Ecological Resilience, Subaltern Resilience, Indigenous survivance and resurgence, Neoliberal Resilience, and Compromised Resilience thinking, among others, thus opening the path toward the articulation of a cultural narratology of resilience.

Articles and book chapters

Borham-Puyal, Miriam and Daniel Escandell-Montiel. “Quijobytes: reflejos especulares del mito quijotesco en el ocio electrónico.” TRANS. Revista de Traductología, no. 21, 2017, pp. 49-62.

Borham-Puyal, Miriam, and Daniel Escandell-Montiel. “Strategies of (In)Visibility and Resilience: Women Writers in a Digital Era.” CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, forthcoming.

Borham-Puyal, Miriam. “‘Run mad as often as you Choose’: Madness as Freedom and Subversion in Eighteenth Century Female Quixotism.” Symptoms of Disorder: Reading Madness in British Literature 1744-1845, edited by Annalisa Volponi and Ilaria Natali, Cambria P., 2016, pp. 171-194.

Borham-Puyal, Miriam. “Between Vulnerability and Resilience: Exploring Motherhood in Emma Donoghue’s Room.” Glocal Narratives of Resilience, edited by Ana Mª Fraile-Marcos, Routledge, 2020, pp. 73-88.

Borham-Puyal, Miriam. “Defensa de la lectura quijotesca en El príncipe que todo lo aprendió en los libros.OCNOS. Revista de Estudios sobre Lectura, vol. 17, no. 2, 2018, pp. 46-54.

Borham-Puyal, Miriam. “Introduction. The Resilience of the Woman and the Myth.” Frankenstein Revisited: The Legacy of Mary Shelley’s Masterpiece, edited by Miriam Borham-Puyal, Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca, 2018, pp. 13-19.

Borham-Puyal, Miriam. “New Adventures in Old Texts: Gender Roles and Cultural Canons in 21st-Century Mash-ups.” Journal of Popular Culture, vol. 51, no. 6, 2018, pp. 1312-1331.

Borham-Puyal, Miriam. “Red Shoes, Witches and Creatures of the Forest: Dolores Redondo’s Baztan Trilogy as Contemporary Fairy Tale.” Contemporary Fairy Tale Magic, edited by Lydia Brugué and Auba Llompart Pons, Brill, 2020, pp. 169-178.

Casco-Solís, Sara and Ana María Fraile-Marcos. “Reasserting the Canon of Black Canadian Literature.” Review of The Black Atlantic Reconsidered: Black Canadian Writing, Cultural History and the Presence of the Past, by Winfried Siemerling. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses, no. 78, 2019, pp. 189-191.

Casco-Solís, Sara. “Kim Thúy: Recovering Forgotten Testimonies through Female Voices.” Mujeres dentro y fuera de la academia, edited by Milagros Martín Clavijo, Juan Manuel Martín Martín & María Isabel García Pérez, Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca, 2018, pp. 117-121.

Casco-Solís, Sara. “Resisting Resilience in Neoliberal Times: Rawi Hage’s Cockroach.Glocal Narratives of Resilience, edited by Ana María Fraile-Marcos, Routledge, 2020, pp. 180-191.

Casco-Solís, Sara. “Sky Lee: Reescribiendo el pasado de las mujeres chinas en Canadá a través de la literatura.” Escritoras y personajes femeninos en la literatura. Retos y pluralidad, edited by Milagros Martín Clavijo and Yolanda Romano Martín, Comares, 2018, pp. 17-24.

Coleman, Daniel, Erin Glanville Goheen, Agnes Kramer-Hamstra, and Wafaa Hasan (co-authors). “Introduction.” Countering Displacements: The Creativity and Resilience of Indigenous and Refugee-d People, edited by Daniel Coleman, Erin Glanville Goheen, Agnes Kramer-Hamstra, and Wafaa Hasan, U of Alberta P, 2012, pp. ix-xlvii.

Coleman, Daniel, Erin Glanville Goheen, Agnes Kramer-Hamstra, and Wafaa Hasan, editors. Countering Displacements: The Creativity and Resilience of Indigenous and Refugee-d People. U of Alberta P, 2012.

Coleman, Daniel. “Afterword: A Two Row Ethics of Encounter.” Unravelling Encounters: Ethics, Knowledge, and Resistance Under Neoliberalism, edited by Caitlin Janzen, Donna Jeffery and Kristin Smith, Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2015, pp. 265-276.

Coleman, Daniel. “Afterword.” The Foreigner: A Tale of Saskatchewan, edited by Ralph Connor. 1909. Early Canadian Literature reprint series. Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2014, pp. 275-301.

Coleman, Daniel. “In Conversation With Lawrence Hill.” Public on-stage interview recorded on video by the Common Reading Program, McMaster University, 15 Nov. 2016, www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlmCictOycg&feature=youtube.

Coleman, Daniel. “The Two Row Wampum-Covenant Chain Treaty and Trans-Systemic Resilience.” Glocal Narratives of Resilience, edited by Ana María Fraile-Marcos, Routledge, 2020, pp. 21- 38.

Coleman, Daniel. “Why is Children’s Literacy So Important? – Ask An Expert.” Green Media, Leggat Care Foundation, 16 Sept. 2016, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKsObxUuiu8

Coleman, Daniel. Yardwork: A Biography of an Urban Place. Wolsak & Wynn, 2017.

Cuadrado Payeras, Lidia María. “Apocalypse and Posthumanism in Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam Trilogy: Towards a Comprehensive Theoretical Approach. Trabajo de Grado en Estudios Ingleses. Dir. Ana María Fraile-Marcos. Repositorio Documental GREDOS, 2018.

Cuadrado Payeras, Lidia María. “Mapping the MaddAddam Trilogy and The Heart Goes Last: A Cartography of Margaret Atwood’s Posthumanisms.” Hélice: Reflexiones críticas sobre ficción especulativa, vol. 5, no. 1, 2019, pp. 26-43.

Cuadrado Payeras, Lidia María. “The (Post-)Apocalyptic Reconfiguration of Space and Place in Max Brooks’s World War Z.Título del libro por confirmar. Mythos, 2020.

Dobson, Kit. “A Bridge North.” Eighteen Bridges, (summer 2018), p. 66.

Dobson, Kit. “A Poetics of Neoliberalism.” Avant Canada: Artists, Prophets, Revolutionaries, edited by Gregory Betts and Christian Bök, Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2019, pp. 143-57.

Dobson, Kit. “Building Collective Resilience: Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being.” Glocal Narratives of Resilience, edited by Ana María Fraile-Marcos, Routledge, 2020, pp. 122-134.

Dobson, Kit. “Canada.” Fueling Culture: 101 Words for Energy and Environment, edited by Imre Szeman, Jennifer Wenzel, and Patricia Yeager, Fordham UP, 2017, pp. 65-67.

Dobson, Kit. “Coda: Altermodernities: Thankfully, We Have Never Been Modern.” Translocated Modernisms: Paris and Other Lost Generations, edited by Emily Ballantyne, Marta Dvorák, and Dean Irvine, U of Ottawa P, 2016, pp. 235-42.

Dobson, Kit. “Dystopia Now: Examining the Rachels in Player One and Automaton Biographies.” Blast, Corrupt, Dismantle, Erase: Contemporary North American Dystopian Literature, edited by Brett Josef Grubisic, Tara Lee, and Gisèle M. Baxter, Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2014, pp. 393-408.

Dobson, Kit. “Eden Robinson: Reading for B’gwus.” Ten Canadian Writers in Context, edited by Marie Carrière, Jason Purcell, and Curtis Gillespie, U of Alberta P, 2016, pp. 141-46.

Dobson, Kit. “Foreword.” Canadian Content: The McGill Undergraduate Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 8, 2016, pp. vi-vii.

Dobson, Kit. “From Black Friday to Boxing Week: An Excerpt from Kit Dobson’s Malled; Deciphering Shopping in Canada.” National Post (24 Nov 2017), WP1, pp. 4-5.

Dobson, Kit. “Introduction.” Wisdom in Nonsense: Invaluable Lessons from my Father, edited by Heather O’Neill, U of Alberta P, 2018, pp. xv-xix.

Dobson, Kit. “Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam Trilogy: Reading Across Borders.” Reading between the Borderlines: Cultural Production and Consumption across the 49th Parallel, edited by Gillian Roberts, McGill-Queen’s UP, 2018, pp. 272-89.

Dobson, Kit. “Neoliberalism, the Novel, and the Limits of the Human: Rawi Hage’s Cockroach.” Textual Practice, vol. 29, no. 2, 2015, pp. 255-71.

Dobson, Kit. “Neoliberalism, the Novel, and the Limits of the Human: Rawi Hage’s Cockroach.” Textual Practice, vol. 29, no. 2, 2015, pp. 255-71.

Dobson, Kit. “Panning for Culture at the WalMart in Whitehorse.” Eighteen Bridges, (spring / summer 2017), pp. 36-42.

Dobson, Kit. “Responding to Late Capitalism: West Edmonton Mall in the Poetry of Heather Spears.” Literature and the Glocal City: Reshaping the English Canadian Imaginary, edited by Ana María Fraile-Marcos, Routledge, 2014, pp. 117-29.

Dobson, Kit. “What Does It Mean for the MRFA to be a Union?” MRFA News to Use. Mount Royal Faculty Association, 27 April 2018, pp. 6-7.

Dobson, Kit. Malled: Deciphering Shopping in Canada. Wolsak & Wynn, 2017.

Escandell Montiel, Daniel. “El videojuego y su poder resiliente: la ficción interactiva para superar el trauma en That Dragon, Cancer.Expressive Games: la sociedad ante el reto de la modernidad, edited by A. C. Moreno & A. Venegas, ANAIT, forthcoming.

Escandell Montiel, Daniel. “Prado sin Ríos: espacios en el canon metaliterario de la narrativa de la memoria.” Ogigia. Revista de estudios hispánicos, vol. 21, pp. 5-24.

Escandell Montiel, Daniel. “Subaltern Discourses in Video Game Design. Pre-Columbian Cultures and Resilient Strategies in Interactive Narrative Devices.” Glocal Narratives of Resilience, edited by Ana María Fraile-Marcos, Routledge, 2020, pp. 56-72.

Escandell Montiel, Daniel. “The Monster of Frankenstein as Game Icon: Presence, Remediation and Semionautic Exploitation of Mary Shelley’s Creature.” Frankenstein Revisited: The Legacy of Mary Shelley’s Masterpiece, edited by Miriam Borham-Puyal, Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca, 2018, pp. 51-64.

Fitzpatrick, Ryan. “Living in Messy Times: An Interview with Kit Dobson.” Public, (Spring 2017), pp. 171-78.

Fraile Marcos, A M. “Embodied Shame and the Resilient Ethics of Representation in The Bear Came over the Mountain.” Ethics and Affects in the Fiction of Alice Munro, edited by A. DeFalco, L, Palgrave, 2018, pp. 101-122. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-90644-7. ISBN 978-3-319-90643-0.

Fraile Marcos, A M. “M/Othering Black Female Subjectivity Across the Black Atlantic in the Novels of Maryse Condé, Edwidge Danticat, and Elizabeth Nunez.” Diasporic Women’s Writing of the Black Atlantic, edited by Emilia Durán-Almarza and Eshter Álvarez, Routledge, 2014, pp. 183-301. ISBN 978-0-415-817443-1.

Fraile Marcos, Ana Mª. “The Refugee as Signifier in the Semiotics of the Glocal City: Michael Helm’s Cities of Refuge.” Literature and the Glocal City: Reshaping the English Canadian Imaginary, edited by Ana María Fraile-Marcos, Routledge, 2014, pp. 101-116. ISBN 978-1-13-877563-3.

Fraile Marcos, Ana Mª. “Urban Glocality and the Canadian Imaginary.” Literature and the Glocal City: Reshaping the Canadian Imaginary, Routledge, 2014, pp. 1 – 32. ISBN 978-1-138-77563-3.

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María and Francisca Noguerol. “Critical Dystopias in Spanish: Memory as an Act of Resilience.” Glocal Narratives of Resilience, edited by Ana María Fraile-Marcos, Routledge, 2020, pp. 148-162.

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María, editor. Glocal Narratives of Resilience. Routledge, 2020. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429291647

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María. “Afroperipheralism and the Transposition of Black Diasporic Culture in the Canadian Glocal City: Compton’s The Outer Harbour and Brand’s Love Enough.” African American Review, vol. 51, no. 3, 2018, pp. 181-195.

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María. “Fracking the National Ethos: The Pressures of Globalization on Sovereignty and Justice in Will Ferguson’s 419.” Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 51, no. 1, 2017, pp. 134-152. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3138/jcs.51.1.134, ISSN 0021-9495.

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María. “Moral Blindness, Free Will and Affective Resilience in Margaret Atwood’s The Heart Goes Last.All the Feels: Affect and Writing in Canada – Tous le sens: Affect et écriture au Canada. University of Alberta Press, 2019. Eds. Marie Carrière, Ursula Moser, and Kit Dobson. U of Alberta P, in press.

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María. “National Identity and the Literary in the Globalization Era: Canada as Case Study.” Identity(ies): A Multicultural and Multidisciplinary Approach, edited by Ana Paula Arnaut, Universidad de Coimbra, 2017, pp. 115 – 140. DOI https://doi.org/10.14195/978-989-26-1483-0. ISBN 978-989-26-1482-3.

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María. “Resilient Stereotypes in Recent Crisis Novels from Spain.” National Stereotyping and Cultural Identities in Recent European Crises, edited by Jürgen Barkhoff, Brill, in press.

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María. “The Crisis of Love in Dionne Brand’s Love Enough.” Écrire au-delà de la fin des temps? Les littératures au Canada et au Québec. Writing Beyond the End Times? The Literatures of Canada and Quebec, edited by Ursula Mathis-Moser and Marie Carrière, Innsbruck University P, 2017, pp. 87-101. ISBN 978-3-903122-97.

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María. “The Politics of Art and Affect in Michael Helm’s Cities of Refuge.” Beyond “Understanding Canada”: Transnational Perspectives on Canadian Literature, edited by Melissa Tanti, Jeremy Haynes, Daniel Coleman &amp, U of Alberta P, 2017, pp. 193-210. ISBN 978-1-77212-269-5.

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María. “The Traffic of Affect in Michael Helm’s Cities of Refuge.” The Urban Condition: Literary Trajectories through Canada’s Postmetropolis, edited by Eva Darias Beautell, Vernon P, 2019, pp. 31-50. ISBN 978-1-62273-417-7.

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María. “’The challenge of the heart and imagination’: In Conversation with Lawrence Hill.” Canadian Fictions of Globality, special issue of Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses. Edited by Pedro Miguel Carmona-Rodríguez, no. 78, 2019, pp. 173 – 188. DOI: http://doi.org.10.25145/j.recaesin.2019.78.012.

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María. “‘Who’s going to look after the river?’: Water and the Ethics of Care in Thomas King’s The Back of the Turtle.” Rescaling CanLit: Global Readings, special issue of Canadian Literature-a quarterly of criticism and review. Guest Ed. Eva Darias-Beautell, no. 238, 2019, pp. 66 – 83. ISSN 0008-4360.

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María. “Introduction: Glocal Narratives of Resilience and Healing.” Glocal Narratives of Resilience, edited by Ana María Fraile-Marcos, Routledge, 2020, pp. 1-20.

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María. “The Transcultural Intertextuality of George Elliott Clarke’s ‘African Canadianite’: African American Models Shaping George & Rue.” African American Review, vol. 47, no. 1, 2014, pp. 113-128. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1353/afa.2014.0020. ISSN 1062-4783, eISSN 1945-6182.

Fraile-Marcos, Ana María. “The Turn to Indigenization in Canadian Writing: Kinship Ethics and the Ecology of Knowledges.” ARIEL. 50th Anniversary Special Issue, in press.

Haynes, Jeremy, Melissa Tanti, Daniel Coleman, and LorraineYork (co-authors). “Introduction.” Beyond Understanding Canada: Transnational Perspectives on Canadian Literature, edited by Melissa Tanti, Jeremy Haynes, Daniel Coleman, and LorraineYork, U Alberta P, 2017, pp. xi-xxvii.

Hernáez Lerena, María Jesús, editor. Becoming Visible, en colaboración con miembros del “Refugee and Immigrant Advisory Council” (RIAC), Newfoundland, Canada. St. John’s, Newfoundland, 2015.

Hernáez Lerena, María Jesús, editor. Pathways of Creativity in Contemporary Newfoundland and Labrador. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015. ISBN 1-4438-7745-X.

Hernáez Lerena, María Jesús. “Afterwords: Giving Voice to Newfoundland and Labrador: Some Writers Speak.” Pathways of Creativity in Contemporary Newfoundland and Labrador, edited by María Jesús Hernáez Lerena, New Castle upon Tyne, 2015, pp. 293-331.

Hernáez Lerena, María Jesús. “Bridging Gulfs between Newfoundland and Labrador and Elsewhere”. Pathways of Creativity in Contemporary Newfoundland and Labrador, edited by María Jesús Hernáez Lerena, New Castle upon Tyne, 2015, pp. 1-19.

Hernáez Lerena, María Jesús. “Cityspace and Digital Poetry: Reading and Walking in Don Austin’s Literary Hypertext ned after snowslides.” The Urban Condition: Literary Engagements with Canada’s Postmetropolis, edited by Eva Darias-Beautell, Vernon P, 2019, pp. 99-121.

Hernáez Lerena, María Jesús. “El fin de los relatos según Alice Munro.” Alice Munro & Canadian Women Writing, special issue of Nexus, no. 2, 2014, pp. 57-65.

Hernáez Lerena, María Jesús. “Graphic Homelessness: Representations of Home Deprivation in Comic Form.” Glocal Narratives of Resilience, edited by Ana Fraile-Marcos, Routledge, 2020, pp. 103-121.

Hernáez Lerena, María Jesús. “Hyperrealism in Words: Lisa Moore and the Ethics of Intensity” (Reprint). Numéro Cinq. November 2014. http://numerocinqmagazine.com http://numerocinqmagazine.com/2014/11/12/hyperrealism-in-words-lisa-moore-and-the-ethics-of-intensity-maria-jesus-hernaez-lerena/

Hernáez Lerena, María Jesús. “Island Power: Spanish Scholar Passionate about Newfoundland and Labrador ‘mystique’ Compiles N.L. Critical Anthology.” Interview by Mandy Cook. The Gazette: A Memorial University of Newfoundland Publication, vol. 47, no. 17, 2015, p. 8, https://www.mun.ca/gazette/issues/MUN_Gazette_July_22_2015_WEB.pdf.

Hernáez Lerena, María Jesús. “Pain and Narrative Shape: Beyond the Indocility of Trauma in Three Newfoundland Novels.” Atlantis: Journal of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies, vol. 41, no. 2, 2019, pp. 143-160. DOI: http://doi.org/10.28914/Atlantis-2019-41.2.07. ISSN.: 0210-6124 | E-ISSN 1989-6840.

Hernáez Lerena, María Jesús. “Tourist or native? Consequences of Tourism on the Literary, Filmic, and Critical Practices of Newfoundland”. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, vol. 13, no. 1, 2014, pp. 22-38. DOI: 10.1080/14766825.2014.887091.

Huebener, Paul, Susie O’Brien, Tony Porter, Liam Stockdale and Y. Rachel Zhou. “Introduction.” Time, Globalization and Human Experience, edited by Paul Huebener, Susie O’Brien, Tony Porter, Liam Stockdale and Y. Rachel Zhou, Routledge, 2017.

Huebener, Paul, Susie O’Brien, Tony Porter, Liam Stockdale and Y. Rachel Zhou, editors. Time and Globalization. Routledge, 2017 (reprint of special issue of Globalizations).

Huebener, Paul, Susie O’Brien, Tony Porter, Liam Stockdale and Y. Rachel Zhou, editors. Time, Globalization and Human Experience. Routledge, 2017.

Huebener, Paul, Susie O’Brien, Tony Porter, Liam Stockdale and Y. Rachel Zhou. “Introduction: Exploring the Intersection of Time and Globalization.” Globalizations, vol. 13, no. 3, 2016, pp. 243-255. DOI: 10.1080/14747731.2015.1057046.

Huebener, Paul, Susie O’Brien, Tony Porter, Y. Rachel Zhou and Liam Stockdale, editors. Reworking Resilience. Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition Working Paper Series, vol. 17, no. 1, 2017.

Huebener, Paul, Susie O’Brien, Tony Porter, Y. Rachel Zhou and Liam Stockdale. “Reworking Resilience: A Conceptual Framework.” Reworking Resilience. Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition Working Paper Series, vol. 17, no. 1, 2017, pp. 2-25.

Motapanyane, Maki, and Kit Dobson. “Interrogating the Language of Diversity in Academia: Motherhood and Parenting in View.” Journal of the Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement, vol. 6, no. 2, 2015, pp. 125-39.

Noguerol, Francisca. “En defensa de las ruinas: densidad de la escritura corta.” Pasado, presente y futuro del microrrelato hispánico, edited by María Martínez Deyros y Carmen Morán, Peter Lang, 2019, pp. 35-47. ISBN 978-3-631-77268-3.

Noguerol, Francisca. “España, aparta de mí estos premios: epítome de un canon excéntrico.” CAUCE. Revista Internacional de Filología, Comunicación y sus Didácticas, no. 39, 2016, pp. 245-259.

Noguerol, Francisca. “Foreword: Tiempos veloces y complejos.” Siglo XXI. Nuevas poéticas de la narrativa mexicana, edited by Tarik Torres Mojica, Gabriela Valenzuela Navarrete y Pilar Morales Lara, Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México, 2019, pp. 9-12.

Noguerol, Francisca. “Infancia y microrrelato.” Microtextualidades. Revista Internacional de Microrrelato y Minificción, no. 4, 2018, pp. 128-138. ISSN 2530-8297.

Noguerol, Francisca. “Instantáneas para aprehender el horror: la ansiedad ética y su formulación estética en 2666, de Roberto Bolaño.” Orillas. Rivista d’ispanistica, no. 6, 2017, pp. 29-42.

Noguerol, Francisca. “La llama frente al estrago: José Emilio Pacheco en su poesía.” Poéticas mexicana contemporáneas (De Los Contemporáneos a la actualidad), edited by Carmen Alemany, Universidad de Guadalajara, 2015, pp. 195-213.

Noguerol, Francisca. “Lecturas casuales: Enrique-Vila Matas y sus vínculos transatlánticos.” Atenea, nº 514, 2016, pp. 169-188.

Noguerol, Francisca. “Luisa Valenzuela, cuentista de excepción.” El vértigo de la escritura, edited by Irene Chikiar Bauer, Buenos Aires, 2017, pp. 232-245. ISBN 978-98-7424-134-4.

Noguerol, Francisca. “Minificción y grotesco: una pareja bien avenida.” MicroBerlín. De minificciones y microrrelatos, edited by Ottmar Ette, Dieter Ingenschay, Friedhelm Schmidt-Welle and Fernando Valls, Iberoamericana Vervuert, 2015, pp. 139-154.

Noguerol, Francisca. “Palabras: entrevista con José María Merino.” Fulgores de ficción, edited by Ana Merino, Universidad de Valladolid, 2016, pp. 15-73.

Noguerol, Francisca. “Presentación del dossier Escrituras contemporáneas en español.” Revista Landa, vol. 7, no. 1, 2018, pp. 122-130.

Noguerol, Francisca. “Prólogo.” Letras y bytes: escrituras y nuevas tecnologías, edited by Francisca Noguerol, M. Ángeles Pérez López y Vega Sánchez, Reichenberger, 2015, pp. 1-7.

Noguerol, Francisca. “Sufrir el éxodo para ganar la luz.” León Felipe. El poeta, el dramaturgo y el hombre, Gráficas Artime, 2015, pp. 51-66.

O’Brien, Susie “Postcolonial Resilience Narratives for ‘Difficult Times.” Reworking Resilience, edited by Paul Huebener, Susie O’Brien, Tony Porter, Y. Rachel Zhou and Liam Stockdale. Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition Working Paper Series, vol. 17, no. 1, 2017, pp. 41-45.

O’Brien, Susie. “The Edgework of the Clerk: Resilience in Arundhati Roy’s Walking With the Comrades.” Global Ecologies and the Environmental Humanities, edited by Elizabeth DeLoughrey, Anthony Carrigan, and Jill Didur, Routledge, 2015, pp. 189-206.

O’Brien, Susie. “’We Thought the World Was Makeable’: Scenario Planning and Postcolonial Fiction.” Globalizations, vol. 13, no. 3, 2016, pp. 329-244. (Reprinted in Routledge’s Special Issue-to-Book program).

O’Brien, Susie and Cheryl Lousley, editors. Environmental Futurity, special issue of Resilience: Journal of the Environmental Humanities, vol. 4, no. 1, 2017.

O’Brien, Susie and Cheryl Lousley. “The History of Environmental Futurity.” Resilience: Journal of the Environmental Humanities, vol. 4, no. 1, 2017, pp. 1-20.

O’Brien, Susie. ““The Story You Don’t Want to Tell”: Decolonial Resilience in Thomas King’s The Back of the Turtle.Glocal Narratives of Resilience, edited by Ana María Fraile-Marcos, Routledge, 2020, pp. 39-55.

O’Brien, Susie. “Resilience Stories: Narratives of Adaptation, Refusal and Compromise.” Resilience: Journal of the Environmental Humanities, vol. 4, no. 1, 2017, pp. 43-65.

O’Brien, Susie. “Resilience.” Fueling Culture, edited by Imre Szeman, Jennifer Wenzel and Patricia Yaeger, Fordham University P, 2017, pp. 281-284.

Tanti, Melissa, Jeremy Haynes, Daniel Coleman, and Lorraine York, editors. Beyond Understanding Canada: Transnational Perspectives on Canadian Literature. U of Alberta P, 2017.

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