BIBLIOTECA
JAVIER COY
D'ESTUDIS
NORD-AMERICANS

AUTORES DE LA COLECCIÓN \\ López Peña, Laura

Laura López Peña

Doctora por la Universitat de Barcelona en 2013, es profesora en la actualidad en la Escuela Universitaria Mediterrani, adscrita a la Universitat de Girona. Entre sus publicaciones destacan los siguientes títulos: Beyond the Walls. Intersubjective Universalism in Herman Melville’s Clarel. Valencia, Biblioteca Javier Coy de estudios norteamericanos, Publicacions Universitat de València, 2015; “Dressing Uncivil Neighbor(hood)s. Walt Whitman’s Adhesive Democracy in “Calamus” and Drum-Taps”. Lectora: revista de dones i textualitat 20 (2014): 61-80; “The Fate of Democracy in Clarel, and the Creation of a Democratic Poem”. Facing Melville, Facing Italy. Democracy, Politics, Translation. Eds. John Bryant, Giorgio Mariani, and Gordon Poole. Roma, Sapienza Università Editrice, 2014. pp. 147-158; “From Battle-Fields to Mounts of Stone: The Failed Promise of National Renewal in Herman Melville’s Battle-Pieces and Clarel”. Innocence and Loss: Representations of War and National Identity in the United States. Eds. Cristina Alsina Rísquez and Cynthia Stretch. Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014; “The ‘fatal embrace of the Deity’: The Critique of American Exceptionalism in Herman Melville’s Clarel (1876)”. The Backyard of the U.S. Mansion. Eds. José Antonio Gurpegui and Isabel Durán. Instituto Franklin, Universidad de Alcalá de Henares, España, 2012. pp. 79-88; “Encouragement, Generosity, Sharing: ‘Melville and Rome’”. Leviathan: A Journal of Melville Studies 14.1 (March 2012). pp. 110-112; “Report: Melville Society Archive Fellowship 2011”. Leviathan: A Journal of Melville Studies 13.2 (June 2011). Wiley-Blackwell, Malden, MA, Estados Unidos. pp. 127-129; The Role of the Poet in the American Civil War: Walt Whitman’s Drum-Taps (1865) and Herman Melville’s Battle-Pieces (1866). Dipòsit Digital de la Universitat de Barcelona. pp. 1-75. 19 mayo 2010. http://hdl.handle.net/2445/12682; con Dimitrova, Victoria y Bill Phillips, “Poetry by Lachlan Brown in Translation”. Coolabah 4 (2010), Barcelona. España. pp. 14-19; y “Witnesses Inside/Outside the State. The Purpose of Representing Violence in Edward Bond’s Saved (1965) and Sarah Kane’s Blasted (1995). Folios 29 (primer semestre 2009), Bogotá, Colombia. pp. 111-118.

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