Deborah Martin

Position: Senior Lecturer
Institution: University College London
Geographical area: South America

Research areas: Latin American Film; Childhood; Gender

Relevant Publications

‘Feminine Adolescence as Uncanny: Masculinity, Haunting and Self-Estrangement’ in Rye, Gill (ed) Writing Childhood in Post-war Women’s Writing (special issue) Forum for Modern Language Studies 49.2 (2013), 135-144.

 

‘Growing Sideways in Argentine Cinema: Lucía Puenzo’s XXY and Julia Solomonoff’s El último verano de la boyita’, Journal of Romance Studies 13.1 (2013), 34-48.

 

‘Childhood, Youth and the In-between: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Lucrecia Martel’s La mujer sin cabeza’. Hispanic Research Journal. 14.2 (2013), 158-72.

 

‘Wholly Ambivalent Demon-girl: Horror, the Uncanny and the Representation of Feminine Adolescence in Lucrecia Martel’s La niña santa’, Tesserae Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies 17.1 (2011), 59-76.

 

‘Childhood and its Representational Uses: Cinematic Experience and Agency in La vendedora de rosas’ in Prout, Ryan and Tilmann Altenberg (eds) Seeing in Spanish: From Don Quixote to Daddy Yankee, 22 Essays on Hispanic Visual Cultures (Newcastle: CSP, 2011) 268-80.

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