Title Gender and violence in Spanish culture : from vulnerability to accountability / edited by Maria Jose Gamez Fuentes and Rebeca Maseda Garcia.
Published New York : Peter Lang, [2018]
Detail xii, 235 pages ; 23 cm
Added Author Garcia, Rebeca Maseda
  Fuentes, Maria Jose Gamez
  Gamez, Maria Jose. The Configuration of Gender Violence: A Matrix to Be Reloaded
  Alvarez, Ana de Miguel. To conceptualize is to politicize : why Spain has acted as pioneer regarding "gender violence"
  Ayala, Juana Gallego. In the wake of Ana Orantes : for an ethical representation of violence against women
  Nicolau, Emma Gomez. Silenced voices : prostitutes, lesbians and "bad women" in Spanish public policies on gender violence
  Puente, Sonia Nunez. Tactical media and activism against gender-based violence : fetishization and counter-hegemonic frameworks of recognition
  Mateu, Laura Castillo. Feminist activism and the role of memory in revisiting the discourse on gender violence in Spain
  Piugvert, Lidia. Dialogues among diverse women : transforming established hegemonic narratives in associative initiatives
  Leggott, Sarah. Narrative representations of gendered violence and women's resistance in francoist Spain : Dulce Chacon's la voz Dormida (2002) and almudena grandes's ines y la Alegria (2010)
  Cao, Marian Lopez Fernandez. From the rape of europe to art against gender violence in Spanish culture
  Martinez-Exposito, Alfredo. Homophobia, ethical witnessing and the matrix of gendered violence : issues of intersectionality in Federico Luppi's pasos
  Burgos-Hernandez, Vera. Ella(s) : resisting victimhood, unveiling institutional violence in docufiction
  Leorza, Maria Castejon. Carmina o revienta and Carmina y amen : female transgressions of victimhood in Spanish popular cinema
  Garcia, Rebeca Maseda. No more victims : changing the script
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