Buenos días:

Remito información de una nueva publicación por si fuese de interés para los socios y socias de AEDEAN:

Ex-sistere: Women’s Mobility in Contemporary Irish, Welsh and Galician Literatures, edited by María Jesús Lorenzo-Modia.
Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016,
ISBN (10): 1-4438-8700-5
ISBN (13): 978-1-4438-8700-7

CONTENTS
Foreword .................................................................................................... ix
Declan Kiberd

Introduction ................................................................................................. 1
María Jesús Lorenzo-Modia

Galician Literature
Women’s Mobility in Contemporary Galician Literature: From ‘Widows of the Living’ to ‘I Too Wish to Navigate’ ........ 10
María López Sández

Naming the Foreign: External Toponymy in Galician Poetry Written by Women (2000-2009) ......................................... 27
María Xesús Nogueira Pereira

The Chronotope of Galician Migration in Eva Moreda’s A Veiga é como un tempo distinto (2011) ................................. 54
Olivia Rodríguez González

Virtudes and Isabel: Two Galician Women in London .................................................................................................... 74
Xesús Fraga

Irish Literature
Ireland, Spain and Galicia in the Work of Honor Tracy ................................................................................................. 96
José Francisco Fernández

The Discourses of Identity and Emigration in Christina Reid’s Tea in a China Cup ......................................................... 111
Mª Dolores Gómez Penas and Mª Amelia Fraga Fuentes

On Not Leaving Belfast in Trouble: Medbh McGuckian as a Symbol of Irish Resistance ............................................... 136
María Jesús Lorenzo-Modia

Stand Still: Photographs of Irish Migrating Women ....................................................................................................... 154
Manuela Palacios González

Welsh Literature
Indian Defences: Mobile Identities in Nikita Lalwani’s Gifted ....................................................................................... 190
Kevin Mills

Mobility, Migration and Settling in Mid-Wales ............................................................................................................. 206
Chris Kinsey

Contributors ............................................................................................................................................................... 221

Saludos cordiales,

Professor María Jesús Lorenzo-Modia
English Department
Faculty of Philology
Campus da Zapateira, s/n
15008 A Coruña
Spain

00 34 881011824