Looking at Iberia. A Comparative European Perspective – Comparatistas – english version

Looking at Iberia. A Comparative European Perspective

Editors: Santiago Pérez Isasi e Ângela Fernandes
Publisher: Peter Lang
Date: 2013


  • Looking at Iberia in/from Europe, Santiago Pérez Isasi and Ângela Fernandes

Part I – The New Theoretical Grounds and Methodologies of Iberian Studies

  • Iberian Studies: A State of the Art and Future Perspectives, Santiago Pérez Isasi
  • Iberian and European Studies – Archaeology of a New Epistemological Field, Teresa Pinheiro
  • Modernism and Modernity: Iberian Perspectives, John Macklin
  • Europe: The Letter of Numbers. From the Alpha of Peninsular Comparative Literature to the Omega of European Comparative Literature, Gabriel Magalhães
  • Thinking from Europe about an Iberian ‘South’: Portugal as a Case Study, Roberto Vecchi
  • How to Research Iberian Literatures form a European Perspective? Premises and Contexts, Jüri Talvet
  • Literatures in Spain: European Literature, World-Literature, World Literature?, César Domínguez

Part II – Images of Iberia: Historical Perspectives on a Geographical, Political and Cultural Space 

  •  Iberia in Search for a Literary Identity: A Stone Raft?, Maria Fernanda de Abreu
  • Do the Portuguese Toot Merrily? – The Image of Portugal, Portuguese History and People in Hungary during the Nineteenth Century, Ferenc Pál
  • North and South: Iberian Identity Formation in Romanticism and Post-Romanticism, Derek Flitter
  • Centre-Peninsular Considerations on Catalan Literary Regeneration: An Everlasting Code?, Juan M. Ribera Llopis
  • Juan Valera’s Iberism, Leonardo Romero Tobar
  • Iberism Reconfigured: Between Passion and Utopia, Maria Graciete Besse

Part III – Contemporary Iberia: Plural Identities and Artistic Representation

  • Iberian and Romance Identities: Literary Representations of the Centre and the Margins, Ângela Fernandes
  • Identities in Diverse Societies in the Novel Bilbao-New York-Bilbao by Kirmen Uribe, Jon Kortázar
  • Iberian Identity in the Translation Zone, Helena Buffery
  • Polyglot Iberia – or What Is the Place for Iberian Languages in Current Cinema? Presence (and Absence) of Iberian Languages in Cinema, Esther Gimeno Ugalde

Notes on Contributors


This work is financed by national funds through the FCT - Foundation for Science and Technology, I.P., within the scope of the project UIDB/00509/2020 and UIDP/00509/2020.