Publications by team members

Miriam Fernández-Santiago


“Dramatic Monologue and Short Story: A Comparative Study of the Works of E.A. Poe and R. Browning.” (2022).

“Posthumanist Trauma: An Intrasectional Approach to Accountable Determinacy in Current North American Narrative.” Journal of English Studies, 19 (2021):73-95. DOI: 10.18172/jes.4370.

“Post-postmodernist Aesthetics of Irrelevance: Textual Disability as Narrative Prosthesis (The Lin/Wallace Connection)” (2021) Critique. Studies in Contemporary Fiction. DOI: 10.1080/00111619.2021.1996326.

“Agential Materialism and the Feminist Paradigm. A Posthumanist Approach” Journal of Feminist, Gender and Women Studies, 10 (2021): 31-40. DOI:

“Accountable Metaphors. Transhuman Poetics of Failure in Tao Lin’s Taipei.”  Atlantis 43.1 (June 2021):  20-38.

“Of Language and Music.  A Neo-Baroque, Environmental Approach to the Human, Infrahuman and Superhuman in Richard Powers’ Orfeo.” (2019) Anglia, Volume 137, Issue 1, Pages 126–146, ISSN (Online) 1865-8938, ISSN (Print) 0340-5222, DOI:

“Lo Plausible. Similitudes y Diferencias entre la Malinche y Pocahontas” Miscelánea, 60 (2019): 51-70.

“‘Acting Out’ and ‘Working Through’ Departure  in T. Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge.” Nordic Journal of English Studies. 18.2 (2019): 86-110.

Divination And Comparison: The Dialogical Tension Between Self-Reflective Aesthetics And Sensational Motifs In E. A. Poe’s Dupin Series.” Poetics Today. 37.4 (2016): 641-674.

Book chapters

“Vulnerable: Intersecting Disability and Precarity in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The Case of Mr. Robot (2015-2019)” Forthcoming (Granada: Comares, 2021).

“Paradojas de la transparencia. La perspectiva del alumnado digital en tiempos de pandemia” Innovación Docente e Investigación en Arte y Humanidades. Volumen III. Editorial Dykinson (Forthcoming 2021).

Fernández-Santiago &  Gámez-Fernández “Aprendizaje Autónomo por Tareas y Adaptación de Materiales al Entorno Digital en Estudios de Postgrado. La Asignatura de “Narrativa Postcolonial” De Platón al homo tecnologicus: Las humanidades en el siglo XXI. Valencia: Tirant Lo Blanc, 2021, pp.66-74 ISBN: 9788418614583

“El Aprendizaje Autónomo por Tareas y su Adaptación al Entorno Digital en Estudios de Grado. Enseñar la Cultura de una Lengua Extranjera” De Platón al homo tecnologicus: Las humanidades en el siglo XXI. Valencia: Tirant Lo Blanc, 2021, pp.81-90. ISBN: 9788418614583.

“Split. A Dystopian Vision of Transhuman Enhancement. Speciesist and Political Issues Intersecting Trauma and Disability”Transhumanism and Posthumanism in Twenty-First Century Narrative. Ed. Sonia Baelo and Mónica Calvo. Routledge, 2021, pp 142-160.

Fernández-Santiago, Miriam; Cristina Gámez Fernández. “La precari(e)dad en el currículo de educación superior: un enfoque transversal en los Estudios Culturales desde el mundo anglosajón” Claves para la Innovación pedagógica ante los nuevos retos: Respuestas en la vanguardia de la práctica educativa. Edited by López Meneses, E.; David Cobos; Sanchiz, Laura Molina García; Alicia Jaén-Martínez and Antonio Hilario Martin-Padilla. Octaedro, 2020.

“Orfeo: A Posthuman Modern Prometheus. Uncommon Powers of Musical Imagination.” (Forthcoming 2020).

“Female Ageing and Technological Reproduction. Feminist Transhuman Embodiments in Jasper Fforde’s The Woman Who Died A Lot.” (Forthcoming 2021).

Where Else but Reading? Blending Genres in Jasper Fforde’s Nursery Crime Series” in Contemporary fairy-Tale Magic. Lydia Brugué and auba Llompart (eds) . Brill,  2020, pp. 307-316.

“Narrative Exhaustion And The Posthuman Narrative Self In Tao Lin’s Taipei.” Nikial, Julia and Izabella Kimak, eds. Exhaustion and Regeneration in Post-Millenial North-American Literature and Culture.  Berlin: Peter Lang, 2019, 59-60 ISBN: 978-3 631-79557-6.

“Memoria (in)mediática y trauma continuado.  Identidad nacional bajo el prisma femenino en Al Límite, de T.R. Pynchon,”  Mujer, Memoria e Identidad, Granada: Comares, 2019, pp. 93-112.

“Foreword” in Fernández-Santiago, M.; de la torre Moreno, M.J.; Rodríguez Salas, G.; Andrés Cuevas, M.I.; Literary Minorities in English. Student Guide. AVICAM, 2019, pp.5-13. ISBN: 978-84-17628-31-4.

“Accounting for Feminist Myths. A Critical Posthumanist and Agential MaterialistApproach” in Women Poets and Myth in the 20th and 21st Centuries: On Sappho’s Website , 199-212  Cambridge Scholars Publishing (SPI 1.43).

“Agential Materialism and the Problem of Iteration.” Crystals Beneath the Surface. Eds. Mauricio Aguilera and Margarita Carreter. Granada: Editorial Universidad de Granada, 2018 (81-90).

“Accounting for Feminist Myths. A Critical Posthumanist and Agential Materialist Approach”  en volumen monográfico (invitación), Women Poets and Myth in the 20th and 21st centuries.  Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018.


Fernández-Santiago, M.; Morillas Sánchez, R. North American Poetry. A Student Guide. AVICAM, 2021.ISBN: 978-8418147685.

Fernández-Santiago, M.; Ana Chapman. Key Texts. Verse, Epics and Drama in English. AVICAM, 2019. ISBN: 978-84-17628-70-3.

Fernández-Santiago, M.; de la torre Moreno, M.J.; Rodríguez Salas, G.; Andrés Cuevas, M.I.; Literary Minorities in English. Student Guide. AVICAM, 2019. ISBN: 978-84-17628-31-4.

Fernandez Santiago, Miriam; Carretero González, Margarita; Villar Argáiz, Pilar. Literatura Inglesa I. Granada: AVICAM, 2018.

Domínguez, A., Fernández-Santiago, M., Casal, S., Fernando y Ricardo.  Integración de Estrategias de Aprendizaje Cooperativo en el Aula Bilingüe.  Granada: Comares, 2015. ISBN: 9788490452943

Cultures in English.  Granada: AVICAM, 2015. ISBN: 978-84-943054-8-1.

Cristina M. Gámez-Fernández


Gámez-Fernández, Cristina M. 2021. “Meena Kandasamy’s Contestation of Inherited Cultural Landscapes in Touch.” In Modern Ecopoetry. Reading the Palimpsest of the More-Than-Human World, edited by Leonor M. Martínez Serrano and Cristina M. Gámez-Fernández, pp.151-70. Series Nature, Culture and Literature, Volume: 16. Leiden: Brill.9789004445260,

Wilson, Janet M., Om P. Dwivedi and Cristina M. Gámez-Fernández. 2020. “Planetary Precarity and the Pandemic.” Special Issue “Challenging Precarity”, Journal of Postcolonial Writing, co-edited by Janet M. Wilson, Om P. Dwivedi and Cristina M. Gámez-Fernández, 56(4): 439-46.

Gámez-Fernández, Cristina M. 2019. “Exploring the Pilgrimaged Universe: Religiosity in Denise Levertov’s Poetry.” In ‘this need to dance / this need to kneel’: Denise Levertov and the Poetics of Faith, edited by Michael P. Murphy and Melissa Bradshaw, pp. 50-65. Eugene, Oregon, USA: Pickwick Publications An Imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers. 9781532677366.

Gámez-Fernández, Cristina M. 2019. “De creencias autolimitantes, paradojas y oportunidades: hacia un análisis del heroísmo en Hijas Difíciles de Manju Kapur.” In Mujer, memoria e identidad en la literatura en lengua inglesa, edited by Javier Martín, pp. 131-46. Granada: Comares. 9788490457665.

Gámez-Fernández, Cristina M. 2018. “Sustained Caste Violence and Dalit Discrimination in Meena Kandasamy’s The Gypsy Goddess.” In Broadening Horizons: A Peak Panorama of English Studies in Spain, edited by María Beatriz Hernández Pérez et al., pp. 137-43. Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de La Laguna. 97884159396656.

Gámez-Fernández, Cristina M. 2018.“Wanderers, Vagabonds, Seekers and Pilgrims: The Myth of the Quest in Denise Levertov.” In Women Poets and Myth in the 20th and 21st Centuries: On Sappho’s Website, edited by Esther Sánchez-Pardo, Rosa Burillo and María Porras Sánchez, pp. 35-52. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 9781527516724.

Gámez-Fernández, Cristina M. 2016. “Delusion and Defeat in the Short-story Sequence ‘Hema and Kaushik’ from Jhumpa Lahiri’s Unaccustomed Earth”. South Asian Diaspora. 8 (1): 49-62.

Ana Chapman


Miriam Fernández-Santiago & Ana Chapman (2021). “Post-postmodernist Esthetics of Irrelevance: Textual Disability as Narrative Prosthesis (The Lin/Wallace Connection)”, Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, DOI: 10.1080/00111619.2021.1996326.

Chapman A, Chapman S and Cosentino S (2021). “Bodies in the Novel Infinite Jest“. Frontiers in Psychology. 12:539555. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2021.539555.

Chapman, Ana. “Jaded Selves and Body Distance: A Case Study of Cotard’s Syndrome in Infinite Jest.” Journal of English Studies, vol. 18, 2020, pp. 37-58. DOI:

Chapman, Ana. “Piecing Together: Body Control, Mutability and Entertainment Technology in Infinite Jest”Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos, vol. 23, 2019, pp. 95-116.


Fernández-Santiago, Miriam and Ana Chapman. Key Texts in English. AVICAM, 2019. ISBN: 978-84-17628-70-3.