Esteban Pujals Gesalí 2000 ‘On Reading Considered as One of the Fine Arts: Collage and Modern Writing’, in Modernity, Modernism, Postmodernism (ed. M. Barbeito). Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, 165-174.

Isabel Soto 2000 ‘Crossing Over: Langston Hughes and Lorca’, in European Journal of American Culture 19:1 (Nottingham), 30-42.

Manuel Aguirre 2001 ‘Popular Fiction and the Theme of King and Goddess’, in Popular Texts in English: New Perspectives (ed. L.Mora y A.Ballesteros). Cuenca: Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 19-41.

Isabel Soto 2001 ‘Form as Ideology: The Antebellum Slave Narrative’, in Popular Texts In English: New Perspectives (ed. L.Mora & A.Ballesteros). Cuenca: Universidad de Castilla-LaMancha, 103-111.

Isabel Soto 2001 ‘Betwixt-and-Between: The Case of Our Nig’, in Myth and Ritual in African American and Native American Literatures (eds. L.P.Alonso & M.M.Gallego). Universidad de Huelva, 207-220.

Manuel Aguirre 2002 ‘Phasing Beowulf: Narrative Structure in Folktale and Epic’, in Studia Anglica Posnaniensia 37 (Poznan, Poland), 359-86.

Manuel Aguirre 2002 ‘Narrrative Composition in The Saga of the Völsungs’, in Saga-Book of the Viking Society 27 (London), 5-37.

Isabel Soto 2002 ‘Liminality and Transgression in Langston Hughes’ Mulatto’, in Cuadernos de Investigación Filológica 26, 263-271.

Isabel Soto 2002 ‘The Border Paradigm in Cormac McCarthy’s The Crossing’, in Literature and Ethnicity in the Cultural Borderlands (eds. Jesús Benito & Ana M. Manzanas). Amsterdam: Rodopi, 51-61.

Nancy Bredendick 2003 ‘Un Madrid barojiano en los poemas de Winter in Castile de John Dos Passos’, in Madrid, de Fortunata a la M-40: Un siglo de literatura y cultura madrileñas (eds. Edward Baker and Malcolm A. Compitello). Madrid: Alianza Editorial, 115-141.

Nancy Bredendick 2004 ‘¿Qué tal, hombre, qué tal?: How Paratexts Narrow the Gap between Reader and Text in Death in the Afternoon’, A Companion to Ernest Hemingway’s Death in the Afternoon  (ed. Miriam B. Mandel), 205-234. Rochester, Nueva York: Camden House.

Nancy Bredendick 2005 ‘Death in the Afternoon as seen by Tomás Orts-Ramos’, The Hemingway Review 24:2, 41-61.

Manuel Aguirre 2006 ‘Vladimir Nabokov’s Pale Fire and the Question of Liminality’, Trends in English Studies (eds. Ignasi Navarro and Nieves Alberola), 123-37. Castellón de la Plana: Publicaciones de la Universidad de Jaume I.

Manuel Aguirre 2006 ‘Narrative Structure, Liminality, Self-Similarity: the Case of Gothic Fiction’, Gothic Horror: A Reader’s Guide from Frankenstein to Hannibal Lecter  (ed. Clive Bloom), 2nd edn. London: Macmillan, 226-47.

Manuel Aguirre 2008 ‘The Grieving City: Lucan’s Aged Rome and the Morphology of Sovereignty’, in Neohelicon 35:1, 31-60.

Manuel Aguirre 2008 “Geometries of Terror: Numinous Spaces in Gothic, Horror and Science-Fiction”, in Gothic Studies 10:2, 1-17.

Manuel Aguirre (forthcoming) “The Sovereignty of Wisdom: Boethius’ Consolation in the Light of Folklore”, Mnemosyne: A Journal of Classical Studies.

Tareixa García de Polavieja
Deconstructing the Labyrinth: Liminality in Paul Auster's City of Glass.
M.A. dissertation (2009)

Júlia Földenyi
Her rendering of Niels Fredrik Dahl's Norwegian novel Paa vei til en venn into Hungarian appeared in 2008. She is currently translating from German into English for the NLP.

Beatriz Sánchez Santos
Currently working on her PhD thesis on A Grammar of Gothic Characters: A Formal Study of     Characterization in 18th-Century Gothic Fiction