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(2017-09-12) - Journal articleHenry George Ward’s Mexico in 1827 (published in 1828) is one of the most exhaustive accounts of Mexico and its mining activities in the years following its independence from Spain. Written with a meticulous attention to ...
(2017-08-03) - Journal articleThis article considers why the controversial Spanish playwright Alfonso Sastre, working within the constraints imposed by the Franco dictatorship (1939–75), chose to create versions of two plays by Sean O’Casey, an Irish ...
(2017-05-01) - Journal articleThis article explores the interactions between photography and self-writing in contemporary Spanish autobiography. Through the analysis of autobiographies by Carmen Martín Gaite and Paloma Díaz-Mas, the presence of the ...
A holistic sociolinguistic perspective on the grammarians and ouisme in the phonetic history of French (2017-04) - Journal articleThis study investigates early-modern grammarians of French and their accounts of an intriguing and famous phenomenon called ‘ouisme’. The research targets a gap in the field, as ‘ouisme’ has remained, paradoxically, little ...
(Routledge, 2015-09-01) - Book item