Sarah L. Thomas

Position: Assistant Professor, Hispanic Studies
Institution: Brown University
Geographical areas: Transnational, South America, Southern Europe, Western Europe

Research areas: Spanish and Latin American Cinemas, Cinema of (Post) Dictatorship, Childhood, Feminist and Gender Studies, Psychoanalysis

Relevant Publications

“Rupture and Reparation: Postmemory, the Child Seer, and Graphic Violence in Infancia clandestina (Benjamín Ávila, 2012).” Forthcoming in Studies in Spanish & Latin American Cinemas 12.3.

“‘Yo no soy invisible:’ Imaginative Agency in Las malas intenciones.” Screening Minors in Contemporary Latin American Film. Ed. Carolina Rocha and Georgia Seminet. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2014. 53-67.

“Ghostly Affinities: Child Subjectivity and Spectral Presences in El espíritu de la colmena (1973) and El espinazo del diablo (2001).” Hispanet 4 (December 2011), “The Hispanic Gothic.” http://www.hispanetjournal.com/Volume4.htm

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