The Group in Aesthetic Trends in Spanish and Hispanic American Literature is made up of lecturers and researchers in the field of study of Spanish and Hispanic American literature, within the University of Alicante’s Department of Spanish Studies, General Linguistics and Literature Theory. The Group annually co-funds pre-doctoral research fellowships. The current fellowship holders within the Group are:
ASENCIO SERRANO, CRISTINA
BERMEJO LOZANO, ADRIANA
LOPEZ VERDU, ALEJANDRO JOSE
MARTI BARCHIN, LIDIA
ROCAMORA MONTENEGRO, RAQUEL
RUIZ PEREZ, NIEVES
SORO CUESTA, ESTHER
Moreover, we provide advisory services on topics related to our research.
Available in the “Scientific output” and “Researchers” sections.
Some of our members are affiliated with the following research groups:
-Construction/reconstruction of the pre-Columbian and colonial worlds in women’s writing in Mexico (19th–21st centuries), directed by lecturers Carmen Alemany Bay and Beatriz Aracil Varón (Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation): https://web.ua.es/es/corpycem/corpycem.html
-Observatory of gender in Spanish poetry (1900–1950). Body and sexuality in Mediterranean women poets, directed by lecturer Helena Establier Pérez (Valencia Region Government): https://pogesp.herokuapp.com/#/
We have the IT resources required to conduct research and deliver teaching.
We also have the platform of the University of Alicante-based Miguel de Cervantes Online Library, with which many of our researchers collaborate.