Focusing on modern and contemporary Spanish films, novels, and poetry, contributing authors will analyze the ways artistic acts such as narrative and film explore gendered subjectivies and gender consciousness. Especially in times of transition – economic, social, spatial, technological, and in real and imagined time and space – literary and visual artists have been able to take advantage of greater mobility to speculate on alternative identities, sexualities, citizenship, and on intellectual development. Parallel to this, authors should rigorously deconstruct the limits of artistic play when it collides with or is overcome by the demands of the interests of capital. Therefore, this volume will explore the idea of "consumption" in relation to how sexuality in Spain is and has been "consumed" or is "consuming."
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