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Terrazas

Melania

melania.terrazas@unirioja.es

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Departamento de Filologías Modernas Universidad de La Rioja C/San José de Calasanz, 33 26005 Logroño (La Rioja) Spain Centre for Irish Studies BANNA/BOND (EFACIS) (http://aedei.es/?page_id=2106) Member of AEDEI Board (Spanish Association for Irish S

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Irish Studies and Culture (Literature and Film)
Satire theory and practice
Gender and Identity/Feminism
Comparative Literature
Ethnic Studies and Minority Discourses. Postcolonial Literature and Film.
British Modernism
Trauma
Irish culture
Community Mapping
Literary theory and Criticism
Ethnicity, Class and Gender in English literature and film
Satire in literary and non-literary texts
British Modernism
Website design and development

Project Leader: reference number: APPI17/06 (Identity, gender and Irish Studies (literature and film))
On Irish Studies:
-Terrazas, Melania. 2000. "Nihilism in The Human Age and Waiting for Godot", La Estética de la Transgresión: Revisiones Críticas del Teatro de Vanguardia, Vol. 1, pp. 329-340.Cuenca: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, pp. 329-340.
- Terrazas, Melania. 2001. “Tragic Clowns/Male Comedians: Wyndham Lewis's Enemy of the Stars and Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot”, Wyndham Lewis Annual, Vol. VII, pp. 51-61. Exmouth, Devon (Reino Unido): Wyndham Lewis Society.
- Terrazas, Melania. 2012. “Dialogue and Women’s Lives in John McGahern’s Amongst Women and Claire Keegan’s “The Forester’s Daughter”, ES. Revista de Filología Inglesa 33, pp. 321-339.
- Terrazas, Melania. 2013. The rhetoric of satire in Evelyn Conlon’s Telling (2000), Clepsydra: revista de estudios de género y teoría feminista, Vol. 12, pp. 81-97.
- Terrazas, Melania. 2014. Claire Keegan’s use of satire. Estudios Irlandeses. Electronic Journal of the Spanish Association for Irish Studies (AEDEI), Vol. 9, pp. 80-95.
- Terrazas, Melania. 2015, “Exploring the Erotic in Asian, African-American and Irish women’s writing: the rhetoric of satire”, PanEroticism, Ben Ambler, Ana Dosen and Kristina Kocan Salamo (eds.) Oxford: Interdisciplinary Press, pp. 160-167.
- Terrazas, Melania. 2017. "Questioning Women’s Lives: Choice and Memory in Evelyn Conlon’s Not the Same Sky" (forthcoming in Nordic Irish Studies)
- Terrazas, Melania. 2017. “I have always been a writer: an interview with Evelyn Conlon”, forthcoming in Atlantis Journal, Vol. 38, June.)
- Terrazas, Melania. 2017. “Satire and Trauma in Patrick McCabe’s The Butcher Boy”, Studi Irlandesi. A Journal of Irish Studies, Nº 7, pp. 203-221. Firenze University Press.
- Terrazas, Melania, 2017, “¿Es que no hay escritoras irlandesas? ¿Y eso importa?”, Diario La Rioja, Tribuna, lunes, 22 de mayo, p. 20. Logroño: Vocento.
- Terrazas, Melania, 2017. "Questioning Women’s Lives: Famine, Migration and Memory in Evelyn Conlon’s Not the Same Sky”, Nordic Irish Studies, Vol. 16, nº 1.
- Terrazas, Melania, 2018. “Modernist Afterlives in Irish Literature and Culture” Book Review. Estudios Irlandeses Journal, Vol. 13.1. pp. 226-228.
- Terrazas, Melania, 2018. “Armagh Stories: Voices from the Gaol and We Were There” Joint film Review. Estudios Irlandeses Journal, Vol. 13.1. pp. 262-268.
- Terrazas, Melania (Ed.). 2018. Gender Issues in Contemporary Irish Literature. Estudios Irlandeses Journal, Special Issue. Vol. 13.2.
- Terrazas, Melania, 2018, “San Patricio, lo irlandés y la gran pantalla”, Diario La Rioja, Tribuna, sábado, 17 de marzo, p. 22. Logroño: Vocento
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