Claire Lindsay

Categoría profesional: 
Hispanista Emérito: 
Materias de especialidad: 
Universidad/Centro de investigación: 
University College London
Department of Spanish and Latin American Studies, University College London [ver información del centro].
Reino Unido
Trabajos publicados: 
Lindsay, C., Locating Latin American Women Writers (New York: Peter Lang, 2003), ISBN 82046175X.

Lindsay, C. and T. Youngs eds, Studies in Travel Writing, 7:1, 2003, ISSN 1364-5145 .

Lindsay, C and M. Lunati eds, Tesserae: Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies, 11:1&2, 2006, ISSN 1350-7494.


Lindsay, C., ''Luis Sepúlveda, Bruce Chatwin and the global travel writing circuit'', Comparative Literature Studies, forthcoming.

Lindsay, C., ''Wish you weren't here: The politics of travel in Albalucía Angel's ¡Oh gloria inmarcesible!'', Studies in Travel Writing, ISSN 1364-5145, 7:1, 2003, 83-98.

Lindsay, C., ''Clear and Present Danger: Trauma, Memory and Laura Restrepo's La novia oscura'', Hispanic Research Journal, ISSN 1468-2737, 4:1, 2003, 41-58.

Lindsay, C.,''Re-Reading the Romance: Gender and Genre in Isabel Allende's ''Niña Perversa'', Romance Studies, ISSN 0263-9904, 19:2, 2001, 135-147.

Lindsay, C., ''The Two Amalias: Irony and Influence in José Mármol's Novel and Rosario Ferré's Short Story'', Tesserae: Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies, ISSN 1350-7494, 4:1, 1998, 5-19.

Lindsay, C., ''Taking an other look: Locating Point of View in Albalucía Angel's Monguí'', in Crossing Boundaries: Spanish Across Cultures, ed. by Nancy Serrano and Barry Wharton (University of Limerick Press: Limerick, 2000) ISBN 1-874653-62-3, pp.118-136.