Areas of interest: Galician Studies – Hispanic Studies – Cultural Studies – Gender Studies.

Silvia Bermúdez is a Spanish and Portuguese Professor as well as a Feminist Studies Professor at the University of California Santa Barbara. Her specialization areas are Contemporary Spanish and Galician Literatures and Cultures, Transatlantic Studies, and Peruvian Poetry. Her subject focuses at UC Santa Barbara include Cultural Productions of the Iberian Peninsula, Perú, and Equatorial Guinea, Feminism, Women’s Studies, Poetic Discourses, and Politics.

Her major contributions to the field of Iberian Studies include publications such as De Naciones sin estado a la España Postnacional (co-editor, 2009), “La España Constitucional: Democracia y Cultura 1978-2008” for the Revista de Estudios Hispánicos (editor, 2010), and “Estudios Ibéricos: Reconfigurar modelos representativos e interpretativos en la enseñanza y en la investigación académica norteamericana” (2016). Along with Roberta Johnson, she is the co-editor of the volume A New History of Iberian Feminisms (2018).

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Silvia Bermúdez’s publications in the IStReS database:

Bermúdez, Silvia. 2003. ‘De patriotas constitucionales, neoconservadores y periféricos. ¿Qué hace una España como tú en un entre siglos como éste?’ Revista de estudios hispánicos 37 (2): 341–55.

———. 2010. ‘La España Constitucional: Democracia y Cultura 1978-2008’. Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 44 (3): 533–43.

———. 2016. ‘Estudios ibéricos: reconfigurar modelos representativos e interpretativos en la enseñanza y en la investigación académica norteamericana’. Anales de la Literatura Española Contemporánea (ALEC) 41 (4): 21–34.

Bermúdez, Silvia, Asunción Bernárdez Rodal, and Ana Paula Ferreira. 2018. ‘Historical Overivew of Spain and Portugal’. In A New History of Iberian Feminisms, edited by Silvia Bermúdez and Roberta Johnson. Toronto Iberic. University of Toronto Press.

Bermúdez, Silvia, Antonio Cortijo Ocaña, and Timothy McGovern. 2002. From Stateless Nations to Postnational Spain = De Naciones Sin Estado a La España Postnacional. Boulder (CO): Society of Spanish Spanish American Studies.

Bermúdez, Silvia, and Roberta Johnson. 2018. A New History of Iberian Feminisms. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Bermúdez, Silvia, and Jorge Pérez, eds. 2009. Spanish Popular Music Studies. Vol. 10. 2. London: Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies. https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cjsc20/10/2.