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“Transformation Was Definitely Her Specialty": Teaching Representation with Roberta Fernandez's "Amanda." (Humanities Education and Research Association, 2014)This essay examines critical analysis of literature, collaborative dialogue, and reflective writing as pedagogical strategies successfully employed to teach the concept of representation. All were designed for students to ...
(American Humor Studies Association, 2015-07)Mexican exile journalist Julio Arce’s chronicles “Todo se arregla con money” (1924), “Cosas del Exhibition Day” (1924), and “La estenógrafa” (1925) are analyzed for their farcical portrayal of the 1920s Modern Girl, who ...
"Transatlantic Trenches" in Spanish Civil War Journalism: Félix Martí Ibáñez and the Exile Newspaper España Libre (Free Spain, New York City 1939–1977) (Michigan State University Press, 2016)