Multiple modernities : Carmen de Burgos, author and activist

LOUIS, Anja and SHARP, Michelle, eds. (2017). Multiple modernities : Carmen de Burgos, author and activist. New Hispanisms: Cultural and Literary Studies, 13 . Abingdon-on-Thames, Routledge.

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    Abstract

    This collection of essays confirms Carmen de Burgos’s pivotal place in Spanish feminist history by bringing together eminent international scholars who offer new readings of Burgos’s work. It includes the analyses of a number of lesser-known texts, both fictional and non-fictional, which give us a more comprehensive examination of Burgos’s multipronge feminist approach. Burgos’s works, especially her essays, are essential feminist reading and complement other European and North American traditions. Gaining familiarity with the breadth and depth of her work serves not only to provide an understanding of Spanish firstwave feminism, but also enriches our appreciation of cultural studies, gender studies, subaltern studies and travel literature. Looking at the entirety of her life and work, and the wide-ranging contributions in this volume, it is evident that Burgos embodied the tensions between tradition and modernity, depicting multiple representations of womanhood. Encouraging women to take ownership of their personal fashion, the design of their homes and the decorum of their families were steps towards recognizing a female population that was cognizant of its own desires.

    Item Type: Edited Book
    Research Institute, Centre or Group - Does NOT include content added after October 2018: Cultural Communication and Computing Research Institute > Communication and Computing Research Centre
    Depositing User: Anja Louis
    Date Deposited: 23 Jan 2017 12:42
    Last Modified: 19 Oct 2017 15:11
    URI: http://shura.shu.ac.uk/id/eprint/14842

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