Marsh Steven

Nombre: 
Marsh
Apellidos: 
Steven
Sexo: 
Hombre
Categoría profesional: 
Professor/Catedrático
Hispanista Emérito: 
No
Universidad/Centro de investigación: 
University of Illinois at Chicago
Departamento/Centro: 
Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies
País: 
Estados Unidos
Estado: 
Illinois
Trabajos publicados: 
Libros:

  • Spanish Cinema Against Itself: Cosmopolitanism, Experimentation, Militancy. (Indiana University Press: 2020).

  • Popular Spanish Film Under Franco: Comedy and the Weakening of the State. Palgrave: 2006.

  • Gender and Spanish Cinema. Berg 2004, co-editor (with Dr Parvati Nair).



Artículos:

  • ‘Primal events: The Early Films of Gonzalo Suárez,’ La Revista de Estudios Hispánicos. 52. 2018.

  • ‘The Ex- of Experimental Cinema: Outsider Filmmaking in Late Francoist Spain’, La Furia Umana, 2016.

  • ‘¡No nos representan! Performatividad como cine militante, el archivo del 15M,’ La Fuga, 17, 2015.

  • 'Retrospective Future Perfect: History, Black Holes and Time Warps in the Films of Los Hijos and Luis López Carrasco,' Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies Vol. 15.3, 2014.

  • 'Turns and Returns, Envois/Renvois: the Postal Effect in Recent Spanish Filmmaking,' Discourse 35.1, Winter 2013.

  • 'The Legacies of Pere Portabella: Between Heritage and Inheritance,' Hispanic Review, Autumn 2010.

  • The Haptic in Hindsight: Neighborhood Cinema-Going in Post-War Spain’, Studies in Hispanic Cinemas 2.2, 2006.

  • 'Villar del Río Revisited: The Chronotope of Berlanga’s ¡Bienvenido Mister Marshall!’, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 81.1, 2004.

  • 'City, Costumbrismo and Stereotypes: Populist Discourse and Popular Culture  in Edgar Neville’s El crimen de la Calle de Bordadores (1946)’, Studies in Hispanic Cinemas 1.1, 2004.

  • 'Tracks, Traces and Commonplaces: Fernando León de Aranoa’s Barrio (1998) and the Layered Landscape of Everyday Life in Contemporary Madrid, New Cinemas 1.3, 2003.

  • 'The PuebloTravestied in Fernán Gómez’s El extraño viaje (1964)’, Hispanic Research Journal, 4.2, June 2003.

  • Three entries on La ley de deseo (Almodóvar, 1987), El verdugo (Berlanga,1963) and Viridiana (Buñuel, 1961) inThe Black Book: 1000 Key Moments inCinema, ed. Chris Fujiwara. Cassell Illustrated, 2007.

  • 'Movement, Monuments and Masculinities: The City of Madrid in Almodóvar’s Carne trémula (1997)’ in Gender and Spanish Cinema, ed. Steven Marsh and Parvati Nair. Berg, 2004.

  • 'Populism, The National-Popular and the Politics of Luis García Berlanga,’ in Spanish Popular Cinemas, ed. Antonio Lázaro Rebollo and Andrew Willis. Manchester University Press, 2004.

Hispanista Histórico: 
No
Hispanista: 
Si