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Ben Fraser

 
Benjamin Fraser

Professor
Hispanic Studies
252-328-0104 (phone)
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fraserb14@ecu.edu
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Dept. Foreign Languages & Literatures
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858-4353

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EDUCATION

B.A. The University of Virginia, Anthropology & Spanish, Echols Scholar
M.A. The University of Arizona, Hispanic Literature
Ph.D. The University of Arizona, Hispanic Literature

 
AREAS OF INTEREST

  • Contemporary Spanish Peninsular & Latin American Film, Literature & Cultural Studies
  • Urban Studies, Cultural Geography and Spatial Theory
  • Disability Studies (Intellectual Disabilities, Down syndrome, autism)
  • Deaf Studies/Deaf Culture
  • Visual/Media Culture (Film, TV, Photography, Painting, Videogames, Comics, Music)
  • Continental Philosophy (Bergson, Lefebvre, Deleuze)
  • Tourism, Travel and Transportation Studies

 
EDITORIAL WORK

  • Executive Editor, Journal of Urban Cultural Studies
  • Senior Editor, Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies
  • Associate Editor, Hispania
  • Co-Editor, Hispanic Urban Studies [book series]

PUBLICATIONS – SINGLE-AUTHORED BOOKS

2018 Fraser, B. Cognitive Disability Aesthetics: Visual Culture, Disability Representations, and the (In)Visibility of Cognitive Difference. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

2015 Fraser, B. Digital Cities: The Interdisciplinary Future of the Urban Geo-Humanities. Backingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

2015 Fraser, B. Toward an Urban Cultural Studies: Henri Lefebvre and the Humanities. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Reviewed in Social and Cultural Geography 17.2, 2016
  • Reviewed in Transnational Literature 9.1, 2015

2014 Fraser, B. Antonio López García’s Everyday Urban Worlds: A Philosophy of Painting. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press.

  • Reviewed in Hispania 99.2, 2016.

2013 Fraser, B. Disability Studies and Spanish Culture: Films, Novels, the Comic and the Public Exhibition. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

  • Reviewed in Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies 10.1, 2016
  • Reviewed in Studies in Spanish and Latin American Cinemas 13.2, 2016
  • Reviewed in Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 93.5, 2016
  • Reviewed in Bulletin of Spanish Studies 92.2, 2015
  • Reviewed in Hispanic Review 82.1, 2014

2013 Fraser, B. Understanding Juan Benet: New Perspectives. Fwd. by Malcolm Alan Compitello. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press.

  • Reviewed in Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 39.2, 2015
  • Reviewed in Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 19, 2015
  • Reviewed in Bulletin of Spanish Studies 91.8, 2014
  • Reviewed in Hispania 97.3, 2014
  • Cited in the Spanish press in the Diario de León, 2013

2011 Fraser, B. Henri Lefebvre and the Spanish Urban Experience: Reading the Mobile City. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press.

  • Reviewed in Cincinnati Romance Review 28, 2014
  • Reviewed in Romance Quarterly 59.4, 2012

2010 Fraser, B. Encounters with Bergson(ism) in Spain: Reconciling Philosophy, Literature, Film and Urban Space. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, Studies in Romance Languages and Literatures, #295. 

  • Reviewed in Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 16.1, 2015

PUBLICATIONS – EDITED BOOKS & JOURNAL ISSUES

2016 Fraser, B. (ed. & introd.). Cultures of Representation: Disability in World Cinema Contexts. New York: Wallflower Press/Columbia University Press.

  • Nominated by Columbia UP for SCMS Best Edited Collection Award 2017
  • Reviewed in Disability & Society 31.9, 2016

2015 Foster, D., Fraser, B., and VanPatten, B. (eds.). “Special Focus Issue: The Scholarship of Film and Film Studies.” Hispania 98.3 (2015): 384-606.

2014 Fraser, B. (ed. & introd.). Marxism and Urban Culture. Fwd. by Andy Merrifield. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield).

2013 Fraser, B. (ed.). “Reading Madrid: Perspectives from Urban Cultural Studies.” Guest-edited special issue of the International Journal of Iberian Studies 26.1-2 (2013): 3-102.

2012 Fraser, B. (ed. & introd.). Capital Inscriptions: Essays on Hispanic Literature, Film and Urban Space in Honor of Malcolm Alan Compitello. Newark: Juan de la Cuesta [Homenajes series #41].

2012 Fraser, B. and S. Spalding (eds.). Trains, Culture and Mobility: Riding the Rails. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield).

2012 S. Spalding and Fraser, B. (eds.). Trains, Literature and Culture: Reading and Writing the Rails. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield).

  • Reviewed in Cuadernos de Literatura 17.33, 2013

2011 Fraser, B. (ed. & introd.). La urbanización decimonónica de Madrid: textos de Mariano José de Larra y Ramón de Mesonero Romanos. Doral, FL: Stockcero.

2009 Fraser, B. (ed. & trans.). Deaf History and Culture in Spain: A Reader of Primary Sources. Fwd by Samuel J. Supalla. Washington D.C.: Gallaudet University Press.

PUBLICATIONS – JOURNAL ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS

2018 Fraser, B. “Paco Roca’s graphic novel La casa (2015) as Architectural Elegy.” European Comic Art, forthcoming.

2017 Fraser, B. “Two Interdisciplinary Readings of ‘Mecanópolis’ (1913): Perspectives from Transportation and Mobility Studies and Science Fiction Studies.” Teaching the Works of Miguel de Unamuno. Ed. Luis Álvarez-Castro. New York: MLA. pp. forthcoming.

2017 Fraser, B. “El lenguaje visual innovador de Pere Joan: el pictograma analógico frente a la cultura digital en el cómic español contemporáneo.” Romance Studies 35, forthcoming.

2017 Fraser, B. “Visual/Geo-Spatial Knowledge and the Digital Library: On the ‘Mutaciones’ Section of Agustín Fernández Mallo’s El hacedor (de Borges), Remake (2011).” Hispanic Studies Review, forthcoming.

2017 Fraser, B. “The City as Organizing Principle in 21st-Century Luso-Hispanic Studies.” Hispania 100.5, pp. forthcoming.

2017 Fraser, B., C. Kresz and I. Swain. “Digital Barcelona: An Interdisciplinary Urban Cultural Studies Digital Project.” Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 4.1-2, pp. forthcoming.

2017 Fraser, B. “Juan Benet, geógrafo cultural.” Cuaderno Internacional de Estudios Humanísticos y Literatura, pp. forthcoming.

2017 Fraser, B. “Urban Difference ‘On the Move’: Disabling Mobility in the Spanish Film El cochecito (Marco Ferreri, 1960).” Freakish Encounters: Constructions of the Freak in Hispanic Cultures. Ed. Sara Muñoz and Analola Santana. Hispanic Issues Online, pp. forthcoming.

2017 Fraser, B. “A Biutiful City: Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Filmic Critique of the ‘Barcelona Model.’” The Barcelona Reader. Ed. Enric Bou and Jaume Subirana Ortín. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. pp. 417-42. [Reprint of 2012 journal article in Studies in Hispanic Cinemas]

2017 Fraser, B. “Galdós, Subjective Realism and Comics Form: Nela (2013) by Rayco Pulido Rodríguez.” Entre la ética y la estética: Estudios en homenaje a Joan Gilabert. Ed. Nuria Morgado and Agustín Cuadrado. Newark: Juan de la Cuesta. pp. 205-19.

2017 Fraser, B. “The Modern City, 1850-1900: Urban Planning and Urban Culture in Madrid, Barcelona and Bilbao.” The Routledge Companion to Iberian Studies. Ed. Javier Muñoz-Basols, Laura Lonsdale and Manuel Delgado. London: Routledge. pp. 319-29.

2016 Fraser, B. “Filosofía urbana y movimiento (disciplinario): El pensamiento lefebvriano (bergsoniano) de Manuel Delgado Ruiz.” Filosofía y culturas hispánicas: Nuevas perspectivas. Ed. Nuria Morgado y Rolando Pérez. Newark: Juan de la Cuesta. pp. 257-70.

2016 Fraser, B. and J-P. van Arnhem. “A Collaborative Approach to Urban Cultural Studies and Digital Humanities.” Laying the Foundation: Digital Humanities in Academic Libraries. Ed. John W. White and Heather Gilbert. West Lafayette: Purdue UP. pp. 151-78.

2016 Fraser, B. “Comics Art, Urban Cultural Studies Method and Chris Ware’s Building Stories (2012).” Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 3.3, pp. 291-99.

2016 Fraser, B. “Art and Science in Pere Joan’s Nocilla Experience (2011).” International Journal of Comic Art 18.1, pp. 169-95.

2016 Fraser, B. “El cine, la ciudad, lo urbano: notas desde los estudios culturales urbanos.” Vademécum del cine iberoamericano: métodos y teorías. Ed. Eugenia Afinoguénova, Samuel Amago, Kathryn Everly. Hispanófila 177, pp. 263-76.

2016 Fraser, B. “Battling Voices: Schizophrenia as Social Relation in Abel García Roure’s Una cierta verdad [A Certain Truth] (2008).” Disability Studies Quarterly 36.2, no pag.

2016 Fraser, B. “Senescence, Alzheimer’s Dementia and the Semi-Subjective in Ignacio Ferreras’s Film Arrugas [Wrinkles] (2011).” Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies 10.1, pp. 21-35.

2015 Fraser, B. “Rumbo a Almería: el terreno almeriense vendido y defendido en 800 balas de Álex de la Iglesia.” La retórica del sur: Representaciones y discursos sobre Andalucía en el periodo democrático. Ed. Antonio Gómez L-Quiñones and José Manuel del Pino. Sevilla: Ediciones Alfar, Serie Estudio sobre la Comunicación #207. pp. 265-89.

2015 Fraser, B. “The Future of Hispanic Studies: Disciplinary Challenges.” MIFLC Review 17, pp. 21-25.

2015 Fraser, B. “Our Urban Interiors: Recovering Use Value in the Prose Poems of Luis García Montero’s Una forma de resistencia (2012).” Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 16.3, pp. 275-91.

2015 Fraser, B. “Madrid’s Gran Vía: An Urban Cultural History and Digital Project.” Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 2.1-2, pp. 205-13.

2015 Fraser, B. Urban Railways in Buenos Aires: Spatial and Social Alienation in the Documentary Film El tren blanco.” Transfers: Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies 5.2, pp. 5-22.

2014 Fraser, B. “Henri Lefebvre in Strasbourg: The City as Use Value in José Luis Guerín’s Dans la ville de Sylvie (2007).” Marxism and Urban Culture. Ed. B. Fraser. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield). pp. 43-61.

2014 Fraser, B. “Sensing Capital: Sight, Sound and Touch in Esteban Sapir’s La antena (2007).” Marxism and Urban Culture. Ed. B. Fraser. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield). pp. 63-86.

2014 Fraser, B. “Urban Cultural Studies—A Manifesto [part 2].” Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 1.3, pp. 343-56.

2014 Fraser, B. “Urban Cultural Studies—A Manifesto [part 1].” Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 1.1, pp. 3-17.

2014 Fraser, B., Larson, S., Compitello, M.A. “Notes on the Renegotiation of a Hispanic Studies Canon.” ADFL Bulletin [Association of Departments of Foreign Languages] 43.1, pp. 77-90.

2013 Fraser, B. “Madrid, Histological City: The Scientific, Artistic and Urbanized Vision of Santiago Ramón y Cajal.” Symposium: A Quarterly Journal of Modern Literatures 67.3, pp. 119-34.

2013 Fraser, B. “Madrid and Urban Cultural Studies.” International Journal of Iberian Studies 26.1-2, pp. 3-19.

2013 Fraser, B. Disability Art, Visibility and the Right to the City: The Trazos Singulares [Singular Strokes] (2011) Exhibit at Madrid’s Nuevos Ministerios Metro Station.” Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 17, pp. 245-61.

2013 Fraser, B. “Diary of a Failed Spanish Capitalist: Individualism and the Ambivalent Critique of Pablo Sánchez’s El alquiler del mundo (2010).” Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 90.6, pp. 679-96.

2013 Fraser, B. “Nikos Kazantzakis’s Bergsonian Spain: Connecting Philosophy, Spanish Literature and Cultural Landscapes.” Hispanófila 168, pp. 37-54.

2013 Fraser, B. “Salvador García Jiménez, ‘autor de minorías’: La novela Angelicomio (1981) y el modelo social de la discapacidad.” Bulletin of Spanish Studies 90.8, pp. 1339-1356. 

2013 Fraser, B. “Feijóo on Mars: A Brief Note on the Literary Godfather of Spanish Science Fiction.” Dieciocho 36.1, pp. 37-50.

2012 Fraser, B. “Materialism and Enigma: Juan Benet’s ‘Syllabus,’ Compitello’s ‘Socio–Poetic’ Methodology and Cultural Studies Pedagogy.” Capital Inscriptions: Essays on Hispanic Literature, Film and Urban Space in Honor of Malcolm Alan Compitello. Ed. B. Fraser. Newark: Juan de la Cuesta. pp. 79-91.

2012 Fraser, B. “Visualizing Spain’s Enlightenment: The Marginal Universality of Deafness.” Sociability and Cosmopolitanism: Social Bonds on the Fringes of the Enlightenment. Ed. Scott Breuninger & David Burrow. London: Pickering & Chatto. pp. 27-45.

2012 Fraser, B. “The ‘Sidewalk Ballet’ in the Work of Henri Lefebvre and Manuel Delgado Ruiz.” The Urban Wisdom of Jane Jacobs. Ed. S. Hirt and D. Zahm. London & New York: Routledge. pp. 24-36.

2012 Fraser, B. and S. Spalding. “The Speed of Signs: Train Graffiti, Cultural Production and the Mobility of the Urban in France and Spain.” Trains, Culture and Mobility: Riding the Rails. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield). pp. 27-57.

2012 Fraser, B. “A Biutiful City: Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Filmic Critique of the ‘Barcelona Model.’” Studies in Hispanic Cinemas 9.1, pp. 19-34.

2012 Fraser, B. and A. Fuoto. “Manchester, 1976: Documenting the Urban Nature of Joy Division’s Musical Production.” Punk & Post-Punk 1.2, pp. 139-54.

2012 Fraser, B. and C. Méndez. “Espacio, tiempo y ciudad: La representación de Buenos Aires en El Eternauta.” Revista Iberoamericana 78.238-239, pp. 57-72.

2012 Fraser, B. “Into the Chilean Mines: The Dialectics of Land and Work in Baldomero Lillo’s Sub–terraA Contracorriente 9.2, pp. 248-81.

2012 Fraser, B. “Hacia un costumbrismo espacial: Larra y la ciencia–ficción de la vida cotidiana en Sin noticias de Gurb (Mendoza) y Plutón BRB Nero (De la Iglesia).” Letras Hispanas 8.1, pp. 48-61.

2012 Fraser, B. “Baldomero Lillo’s Underground Literary Modernism.” The Latin Americanist 56.3, pp. 75-99.

2012 Fraser, B. On Nocilla and the Urbanization of Consciousness: Multiplicity & Interdisciplinarity in Agustín Fernández Mallo’s Fragmented Trilogy.” Hispania 95.1, pp. 1-13.

2011 Fraser, B., M.A. Compitello, and E. Romero. “An AJHCS Editorial Position Paper: A Modest Proposal on Peer Review.” Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 15, pp. 11-22.

2011 Fraser, B. “Ildefons Cerdà’s Scalpel: A Lefebvrian Perspective on Nineteenth–Century Urban Planning.” Catalan Review 25, pp. 181-200.

2011 Fraser, B. “Why the Spatial Epistemology of the Videogame Matters: Mētis, Video Game Space and Interdisciplinary Theory.” Journal of Gaming and Virtual Worlds 3.2, pp. 93-106.

2011 Fraser, B. “Re–Scaling Emotional Approaches to Music: Basque Band Lisabö & the Soundscapes of Urban Alienation.” Emotion, Space and Society 4, pp. 8-16.

2011 Fraser, B.Toward Autonomy in Love and Work: Situating the Film Yo, también (2009) within the Political Project of Disability Studies.” Hispania 94.1, pp. 1–12.

2010 Fraser, B. “The Art of Engineering: The Bridge as Object and Method in Juan Benet’s Fiction.” Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 11.2, pp. 167–90.

2010 Fraser, B. “Spain, 1795: A Reconsideration of Lorenzo Hervás y Panduro (1735–1809) and the Visual Language of the Deaf.” Dieciocho 33.2, pp. 259–78.

2010 Fraser, B. “Hacia una teoría de lo desconocido: La aportación visual de Vacas de Julio Medem ala filosofía.” Hispanic Research Journal 11.4, pp. 353–69.

2010 Fraser, B. “The Work of (Creating) Art: Judith Scott’s Fiber Art, Lola Barrera and Iñaki Peñafiel’s ¿Qué tienes debajo del sombrero? (2006) and the Challenges Faced By People with Developmental Disabilities.” Cultural Studies 24.4, pp. 508–32.    

2010 Fraser, B. “The Ills of Aerial Photography: Latin America from Above.” Chasqui: revista de literatura latinoamericana 39.2, pp. 70–84.

2009 Fraser, B. “The ‘Kind of Problem Cities Pose’: Jane Jacobs at the Intersection of Pedagogy, Philosophy and Urban Theory.” Teaching in Higher Education 14.3, pp. 265–76.

2009 Fraser, B. “Narrating the Organic City: A Lefebvrian Approach to City Planning, the Novel & Urban Theory in Spain” Journal of Narrative Theory 39.3, pp. 369–90.

2009 Fraser, B. “The Bergsonian Link Between Emotion, Music and Place: From the ‘Motion of Emotion’ to the Sonic Immediacy of the Basque Band Lisabö.” Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 10.2, pp. 241–62. 

2009 Fraser, B. “Imagen, materia, cine: Bergson, Deleuze y Cinelandia de Ramón Gómez de la Serna.” Hispanic Review 77.4, pp. 449–70.

2009 Fraser, B. “Modernist Liquidity Meets Liquid Modernity: From the Occult Stories of Leopoldo Lugones to The Fluidity of Modern Urban Life” English Language Notes 47.2, pp. 85–94.

2009 Fraser, B. “Undergraduates and Hispanic Sleuths: The Importance of University Cor(ps)e Requirements in a Liberal Learning Curriculum.” In Murder 101: Essays on the Teaching of Detective Fiction, Ed. Ed Rielly. Jefferson, NC: McFarland Press. pp. 38–50.

2008 Fraser, B. “Madrid, Neoplasmic City: Disease and the Urban as Process in Tiempo de silencio.” Letras Peninsulares 21.1, pp. 139–64.

2008 Fraser, B. “Baroja’s Rejection of Traditional Medicine in El árbol de la ciencia.” Bulletin of Spanish Studies 85.1, pp. 29–50.

2008 Fraser, B. “Un neuro–musicólogo antes de su tiempo: discursos actuales del sonido a través de dos cuentos de Leopoldo Lugones.” Hispania 91.4, pp. 794–804.

2008 Fraser, B. “Reconciling Film Studies & Geography: Adolfo Bioy Casares’s La invención de Morel.” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 41.1, pp. 153–68.

2008 Fraser, B. “A Snapshot of Barcelona from Montjuïc: Juan Goytisolo’s Señas de identidad, Tourist Landscapes as Process and the Photographic Mechanism of Thought.” In Spain is (Still) Different: Tourism and Discourse in Spanish Identity. Ed. Eugenia Afinoguénova and Jaume Martí–Olivella. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Inc. pp. 151–84.

2008 Fraser, B. “What is Liberal Learning?: Lessons on Pedagogy from Spain’s Institución Libre de Enseñanza.” Proteus: A Journal of Ideas 25.1, pp. 9–17.

2008 Fraser, B. “Why Don Fulgencio Entrambosmares del Aquilón’s ‘Apuntes para un tratado de cocotología’ belongs in the Spanish Cultural Studies curriculum—followed by a concise argument to the contrary: A manuscript by the great–great grandson Entrambosmares, translatedfrom the original with editor’s notes.” Céfiro 8.1–2, pp. 21–35.

2008 Fraser, B. “Toward a Philosophy of the Urban: Henri Lefebvre’s Uncomfortable Application of Bergsonism.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 26.2, pp. 338–58.

2007 Fraser, B. “Madrid’s Retiro Park as Publicly–Private Space & the Spatial Problems of Spatial Theory.” Social and Cultural Geography 8.5, pp. 673–700.

2007 Fraser, B. “San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups: Henri Bergson’s Theory of Laughter and the Problems of Travel Guide Humour.” Journeys: International Journal of Travel & Travel Writing 8.1–2, pp. 117–27.

2007 Fraser, B. “Manuel Delgado’s Urban Anthropology: From Multidimensional Space to Interdisciplinary Spatial Theory.” Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 11, pp. 57–75.

2007 Fraser, B. “Deaf Cultural Production in Twentieth–Century Madrid.” Sign Language Studies 7.4, pp. 431–57.

2007 Fraser, B. “Unamuno and Bergson: Notes on a Shared Methodology.” Modern Language Review 102.3, pp. 753–67.

2006 Fraser, B. “The Space in Film and the Film in Space: Madrid’s Retiro Park and Carlos Saura’s Taxi.” Studies in Hispanic Cinemas 3.1, pp. 15–33.

2006 Fraser, B. “Narradores contra la ficción: La novela detectivesca como estrategia política.” Studies in Latin American Popular Culture 25, pp. 199–219.

2005 Fraser, B. “On Mental and Cartographic Space: Belén Gopegui’s La escala de los mapas, Bergson and the Imagined Interval.” España Contemporánea 18.1, pp. 7–32.

2004 Fraser, B. “Problems of Photographic Criticism and the Question of a Truly RevolutionaryImage: The Photographs of Mario Algaze, Juan Rulfo and Manuel Alvarez Bravo.” Chasqui: revista de literatura latinoamericana 33.2, pp. 104–22.

2000 Fraser, B. “The Linguistic Foil: An Analysis of Conversational Strategies Used by Bernarda and La Poncia in La casa de Bernarda Alba.” In Essays on Hispanic and Luso–Brazilian Literature and Film in Memory of Dr. Howard M. Fraser. Ed. & intro. Bruce Dean Willis. Mobile, AL: University of South Alabama. pp. 98–110.

REVIEWS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS

2017 Review of Libre Acceso: Latin American Literature and Film through Disability Studies by Susan Antebi and Beth Jörgensen. In Hispania 100.1, pp. 137-38.

2015 Review of Cultures of Anyone: Studies on Cultural Democratization in the Spanish Neoliberal Crisis by Luis Moreno-Caballud. In Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 39.3, pp. 735-37.

2015 Review of Thinking Barcelona: Ideologies of a Global City by Edgar Illas. In Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 19, pp. 289-91.

2015 Review of Accessible Citizenships: Disability, Nation and the Cultural Politics of Greater Mexico by Julie Avril Minich. In Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 19, pp. 291-93.

2015 Fraser, B. “Film as a Hinge: The Current State and Future Directions of Hispanic Studies.” Hispania 98.3, pp. 388-90.

2015 Review of The Politics of Age and Disability in Contemporary Spanish Film: Plus Ultra Pluralismby Matthew J. Marr. In Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 16.2, pp. 231-33. 

2014 Fraser, B. and C. Henseler. “The Future of Hispanic Studies: An Interactive Conversation with Journal Editors.” Group collaborative interview w/ journal editors from Hispanic Studies. In Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 18, pp. 135-80.

2014 Review of The Spanish Flu: Narrative and Cultural Identity in Spain, 1918 by Ryan A. Davis. In Ometeca 19, pp. 291-93.

2014 Review of Urbanism and Urbanity: The Spanish Bourgeois Novel and Contemporary Customs (1845-1925) by Leigh Mercer. In Hispanic Review 82.2, pp. 248-51.

2014 Fraser, B. “Cardboard Towns / Città di cartone: An Artist Interview with Marco Bigliazzi.” Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 1.1, pp. 145-53.

2013 Review of Corporeality in Early 20th Century Latin American Literature: Body Articulations by Bruce Dean Willis. In Hispania 96.4, pp. 169-71.

2012 Review of The Mobile Nation: España Cambia de Piel (1954-1964) by Tatjana Pavlovic. In Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 89.6, pp. 675-76.

2012 Review of Argentina, cine, ciudad: El espacio urbano y la narración fílmica de los últimos años by Alberto Chamorro. In Chasqui 41.1, pp. 220-22.

2012 Double review of Constructing and Resisting Modernity: Madrid 1900-1936 by Susan Larson and Construyendo la modernidad: escritura y arquitectura en el Madrid moderno 1918-1937 by Carlos Ramos. In Hispania 95.2, pp. 353-56. 

2011 Review of Carnal Inscriptions: Spanish American Narratives of Corporeal Difference and Disability, by Susan Antebi. In Hispania 94.4, pp. 751-53.

2011 Review of Positively Negative: Pío Baroja the Essayist, by Carlos Roberto Saz Parkinson. In Hispania 94.3, pp. 545-46.

2011 Review of On Location in Cuba: Street Filmmaking during Times of Transition, by Ann Marie Stock. In The Latin Americanist 55.2, pp. 113-15.

2011 Review of Moving Forward, Looking Back: Trains, Literature and the Arts in the River Plate, by Sarah H. Misemer. In Chasqui 40.1, pp. 206-07.

2010 Fraser, B. Entry for “Henri Lefebvre,” In Encyclopedia of Geography, edited by Barney Warf, London: Sage. 

2009 Review of Errant Modernism: The Ethos of Photography in Mexico and Brazil, by Esther Gabara. In Chasqui 38.2, pp. 185–87.

2008 Review of Governing Sound: The Cultural Politics of Trinidad’s Carnival Musics, by Jocelyne Guilbault. In Studies in Latin American Popular Culture 27, pp. 259–61.

2008 Fraser, B. “Madrid’s Retiro Park,” Linoleum–Woodblock Print w/ Brief Prose Descr iption. In you are here: the journal of creative geography 10, pp. 6–7.

2003 Review of Convergencias Hispánicas: Selected Proceedings and Other Essays on Spanish and Latin American Literature, Film, and Linguistics, edited by Elizabeth Scarlett and Edward B. Wescott. In Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 7, pp. 267–69.

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