Areas of interest: Iberian Studies – Hispanic Studies – Cultural Studies

Ulrich Winter is a Professor in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at the Philipps-Universität-Marburg (Germany). He received the PhD in Romance Literature at Heidelberg University. Prof. Winter specializes in European and Comparative literatures, Cultural Theory and Visual Culture. He is a member of the research group MHLI – Historical Memory in Iberian Literatures.

Organizer of the First Iberian Cultural Studies Symposium (20th and 21st centuries) in Germany, Winter has made several relevant contributions to the field of Iberian Studies such as “Memorias asimétricas. La Guerra Civil y la guerrilla antifranquista en la literatura de expresión castellana dentro del contexto ibérico” (2011) and “Asymmetry and the Political: Paradigms for a Cultural History of the Iberian Twentieth Century” (2012). He is the co-editor of several books such as Casa encantada: Lugares de memoria en la España constitucional 1978-2004 (2005), Lugares de memoria de la Guerra Civil y el Franquismo: representaciones literarias y visuales (2006), and Cruzar la línea roja. Hacia una arqueología del imaginario comunista ibérico 1930-2016 (2017). Lastly, he coordinated the dossier Posdictadura / posmodernismo. La renegociación de identidades colectivas en la España democrática: entre memoria histórica, cultura popular y cultura política (2004).

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Ulrich Winter’s publications in the IStReS database:

Winter, Ulrich. 2011. ‘Memorias asimétricas. La Guerra Civil y la guerrilla antifranquista en la literatura de expresión castellana dentro del contexto ibérico’. In Literaturas ibéricas y memoria histórica, edited by Mari Jose Olaziregi, 8:28–39. RIEV – Revista Internacional de los Estudios Vascos. Donostia-San Sebastián: Eusko Ikaskuntza.

———. 2012. ‘Images of Time. Paradigms of Memory and the Collapse of the Novel of Contemporary History in Spain (Cabré, Cercas)’. Edited by Luis Martín-Estudillo and Nicholas Spadaccini. Hispanic Issues On Line – Memory and Its Discontents: Spanish Culture in the Early Twenty-First Century, no. 11 (Fall): 12–34.

———. 2013. ‘Asymmetry and the Political: Paradigms for a Cultural History of the Iberian Twentieth Century’. In Iberian Modalities: A Relational Approach to the Study of Culture in the Iberian Peninsula, edited by Joan Ramon Resina, 129–42. Contemporary Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures 8. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Winter, Ulrich, and Antonio Gómez-López Quiñones, eds. 2017. Cruzar la línea roja. Hacia una arqueología del imaginario comunista ibérico (1930-2016). Estudios de cultura de España 37. Madrid / Frankfurt am Main: Iberoamericana – Vervuert.