Emilie Bergmann

emilie-bergmann

Emilie Bergmann es profesora en el Department of Spanish and Portuguese de la University of California, Berkeley. Ha investigado y publicado sobre género y sexualidades en la premodernidad, sobre óptica y sonido en la poesía de sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, y sobre autoras contemporáneas en castellano y catalán.

Coediciones de Emilie Bergmann

The Routledge Research Companion to the Works of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz. 2017 coedited with Stacey Schlau. Routledge.  Print and e-book.

Approaches to Teaching Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz. 2007. Co-edited with Stacey Schlau. MLA.

Mirrors and Echoes: Women’s Writing in Twentieth-Century Spain. 2007. Co-edited with Richard Herr. University of California Press, 2007. Print and e-book.

¿Entiendes?  Queer Readings, Hispanic Writings. 1995. Co-edited with Paul Julian Smith. Duke University Press.  Print and e-book.

 

Algunas publicaciones de Emilie Bergmann 

“Folklore as Queer: Vélez de Guevara’s La serrana de la Vera.” Early Modern Women Warriors: A Tribute to Barbara Mujica, edited by Susan Fischer and Frederick A. de Armas. University of Delaware Press, 2018.

“Voicing Disruption, Disrupted Voices: Cardenio and Grisostomo.” ‘Los cielos se agotaron

de prodigios’: Essays in Honor of Frederick A. de Armas, edited by C.B. Weimer, et al. Juan de la Cuesta., 2018. 193-200.

“Popular Balladry and the Terrible Wet Nurse: ‘La nodriza del rey.’” Medieval and Renaissance Lactations: Images, Rhetorics, Practices. Ed. Jutta Gisela Sperling. Ashgate, 2013. 115-28.

“Góngora, Sor Juana, and Ideologies of Optics.” Special Issue: Transatlantic Baroques. Calíope, Journal of the Society for Hispanic Renaissance and Baroque Poetry 18.1 (2013): 116-138.

“Popular Balladry and the Terrible Wet Nurse: “La nodriza del rey.” Medieval and Renaissance Lactations: Images, Rhetorics, Practices. Ed. Jutta Gisela Sperling. Ashgate, 2013. 115-128.

“Embodying the Visual, Visualizing Sound in Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz’s Primero sueño.”  Objects of Culture in the Literature of Imperial Spain, edited by Mary Barnard and Frederick A. de Armas. U of Toronto P, 2013. 141-58.

“Learning at Her Mother’s Knee? Saint Anne, the Virgin Mary, and the Iconography of Women’s Literacy.” Women’s Literacy in Early Modern Spain and the New World, edited by Anne J. Cruz and Rosilie Hernández. Ashgate, 2011. 243-261.

“Lesbianism, Female Homosociality and the Maternal Imaginary in Montserrat Roig’s L’hora violeta.” En el ambiente: Queer Sexualities in Latino, Latin American and Spanish Writing., edited by Suzanne Chávez Silverman and Librada Hernández.  U of Wisconsin P, 2000: 275-298.

“Language and Mothers’ Milk: Maternal Roles and the Nurturing Body in Early Modern Spanish Texts.” In Maternal Measures: Figuring Caregiving in the Early Modern Period, eds. Naomi Yavneh and Naomi Miller. Ashgate/Scolar P, 2000. 105-120.