Hispanisms presents innovative studies of the literatures and cultures of the Hispanic world. This series offers a forum for various critical and disciplinary approaches; queries and proposals for manuscripts and translations are welcome.

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link to catalog page, Treatise on Love of God Author: Miguel de Unamuno
Pub Date: Cloth: 2007; Paper: 2011

A newly discovered treatise by a major European writer   learn more...

link to catalog page, Written in Red

Written in Red

The Communist Memoir in Spain

Author: Gina Herrmann
Pub Date: January 2010

The first major study of the profound impact of international communist politics and culture on Spanish letters   learn more...

link to catalog page, History of a Tragedy

History of a Tragedy

The Expulsion of the Jews from Spain

Author: Joseph Pérez
Pub Date: March 2007

A concise retelling of the Sephardic Jews’ grim story   learn more...

link to catalog page, Power and Gender in Renaissance Spain

Power and Gender in Renaissance Spain

Eight Women of the Mendoza Family, 1450-1650

Author: Edited by Helen Nader
Pub Date: December 2004

Powerful/influential women who provided positive role models without opposition from males are not an invention of twentieth-century feminism but also existed in times past.   learn more...

link to catalog page, Dynamic Structure of Reality Author: Xavier Zubiri
Pub Date: July 2003

First English translation Spanish philosopher Zubiri’s estructura dinámica de la realidad.   learn more...

link to catalog page, Passing for Spain
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Passing for Spain

Cervantes and the Fictions of Identity

Author: Barbara Fuchs
Pub Date: January 2003

Cervantes challenges the state’s attempt to categorize its subjects   learn more...

link to catalog page, Spain in America

Spain in America

The Origins of Hispanism in the United States

Author: Edited by Richard L. Kagan
Pub Date: May 2002

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link to catalog page, Cervantes and the Material World Author: Carroll B. Johnson
Pub Date: May 2000

In this first volume in the new HISPANISMS series, Johnson illuminates Cervantes’ Don Quixote on the side of materialism--in contrast to the highly idealistic perspective one usually takes of the knight-errant and his adventures.   learn more...