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Social Sciences and Humanities

Ana Belen Martin Sevillano

Professeure agrégée

Faculté des arts et des sciences - Département de littératures et langues du monde

Pavillon Lionel-Groulx, room C8073

514 343-5881

ab.martin.sevillano@umontreal.ca

Profile

Affiliations and responsabilities

Projects

Research projects

2014 - 2018

THE EMERGENCE OF THE HISPANO-ROMANI LITERATURE : THE WRITING OF ETHNICITY, DIASPORA AND CITIZENSHIP

Lead researcher : Ana Belen Martin Sevillano
Funding sources: CRSH/Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada
Grant programs: PV153480-Subventions de développement Savoir
2013 - 2015

LA CONSTRUCTION D'UNE IDENTITE AFRO-HISPANIQUE DANS LA PRODUCTION LITTTERAIRE A CUBA ET DANS SA DIASPORA.

Lead researcher : Ana Belen Martin Sevillano
Funding sources: CRSH/Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada
Grant programs: PVX20020-Subvention institutionnelle du CRSH - Petites subventions

Outreach

Publications and presentations

Publications

Selected publications

Books

Sociedad civil y arte en Cuba: cuento y artes plásticas en el cambio de siglo (1980-2000). Madrid: Verbum, 2008. 

Chapters

“Literatura romaní en Argentina”, Perspectivas multidisciplinarias sobre la Argentina contemporánea, Jorge C. Guerrero ed., Buenos Aires : Editoras Universitarias. (forthcoming)

“The Emergence of the Hispano-Romani Literature: Collective Memory and Cultural Identity”. New Approaches to Romani Studies, Hristo Kyuchukov ed. Munich: Lincom. (forthcoming)

“From Domestic to Statist Violence: Debate and Representation in the Cuban Cultural Field”, Reforming Communism: Cuba in Comparative Perspective. Jerome Branch et. al. eds. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2018.

“A Revolution in Pink:  Queer Cuban Literature Inside and Outside the Island”, Hispanic Caribbean Literature of Migration: Narratives of Displacement, Vanessa Perez ed. New York: Palgrave, 2010. 137-152.

Journal Articles (Peer Reviewed) 

“The Artwork of Clara Morera: Afro-Cuban Religious Legacy with a Twist”, Small Axe. A Caribbean Journal of Criticism 52: 99-109.

“Nuevas cartografías urbanas de la narrativa afro-cubana”, Afro-Hispanic Review 33.2: 71-87.

“Género y “racialidad” en la esfera pública:  del asociacionismo a la producción cultural en el Caribe insular hispano”, Canadian Journal of Latin American & Caribbean Studies 39.1: 22-37.

“La importancia de llamarse Enrisco: sobre memoria e historia en Siempre nos quedará Madrid”, Otro lunes33: otrolunes.com/33/este-lunes/la-importancia-de-llamarse-enrisco-sobre-memoria-e-historia-en-siempre-nos-quedara-madrid/

“Violencia de género en la nueva narrativa cubana: deseo femenino y masculinidad hegemónica”, Hispanic Review 82.2: 175-197.

“Las revistas culturales como agente transnacional del campo cultural cubano del siglo XXI”, Iberoamericana 49: 7-24.

“Crisscrossing Gender, Ethnicity and “Race”: African Religious Legacy in Cuban Contemporary Women’s Art”, Cuban Studies 42: 136-154.

Edited volumes

 Puerto Rico indócil: Antología de cuentos puertorriqueños del siglo XXI. Sevilla: Algaida, 2015.

Contributions to Art Catalogues and Exhibition’s Reviews

“Roberto Diago en perspectiva”, Queloides. Art Catalogue. Alejandro de la Fuente ed. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh Press, 2011. 104-106.

“Cuba in Montreal: on the exhibition Cuba. Art and History from 1868 to today.The Sixties. A Journal of History, Politics and Culture 1(2): 229-233.

Disciplines

  • Literary Studies

Areas of expertise

  • Contemporary Hispanic-American Literature
  • Cultural studies
  • Gender studies
  • Ethnicity
  • Diaspora
  • Transatlanti Studies
  • Transnational Studies