Cincinnati Romance Review

The Cincinnati Romance Review is a peer-reviewed electronic journal published by the Department of Romance and Arabic Languages and Literatures of the University of Cincinnati. The journal was founded in 1981-82 and has been published electronically since 2008.

We invite original submissions and reviews on any subject related to  Romance languages, literatures, and cultures. Submissions may be written in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, or Italian.

Meet our Editors

Headshot of Patricia Valladares-Ruiz

Executive Editor: Patricia Valladares-Ruiz Professor of Latin American and Caribbean literature and film

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Headshot of Olga Sanz Casasnovas

Assistant Editor: Olga Sanz-Casasnovas Ph.D. student in Romance languages and literatures and Teaching Assistant.

Patricia Valladares-Ruiz: Executive Editor

Patricia Valladares-Ruiz is professor of Latin American and Caribbean literature and film. She is the author of Narrativas del descalabro: La novela venezolana en tiempos de revolución (Tamesis, 2018), Sexualidades disidentes en la narrativa cubana contemporánea (Tamesis, 2012), the editor of Afro-Hispanic Subjectivities (Cincinnati Romance Review, 2011), and the coeditor of El tránsito vacilante: Miradas sobre la cultura venezolana contemporánea (Rodopi, 2013).  

Olga Sanz Casasnovas: Assistant Editor

Olga Sanz holds a B.A. in Hispanic Studies (University of Zaragoza) and a M.A. in Spanish (University of Cincinnati). She is currently a first-year doctoral student and a teaching assistant for this same department. 

Current Issue - Volume 51 (Fall 2021) 

Articles

Rafael Alberti and Maruja Mallo in 1929: “La primera ascensión de Maruja Mallo al subsuelo”
Andrew A. Anderson

Arpegios íntimos, umbrales y ninfas: los contornos de la poesía clásica cubana de María Dámasa Jova
Dawn Duke

La crítica de la cultura de la Transición en el hispanismo norteamericano
Luis Beltrán Almería

Father, Son, and the Oedipal Metaphor in J.Á. González Sainz’s Ojos que no ven (2010)
Melissa Doran

La mulata como sujeto alienado: la internalización del racismo en dos cuentos panameños
Olga Iris Rivera

Contra los hechizos de la tele: Encantamiento y enajenación televisiva en El Mago de la Cara de Vidrio de Eduardo Liendo
Ricardo Andrade Fernández

¿Cómo hemos llegado hasta aquí? El neoliberalismo en la película El hoyo (2019), de Galder Gaztelu Urrutia
Alfonso Bartolomé 

“Queima esas sátiras frías, / Faltas de siso e conselho”: a sátira em Nicolau Tolentino
Carlos Nogueira

Killing Joy: The Politics of Happiness and Love in Edwidge Danticat’s The Farming of Bones
Joshua R. Deckman

Potential Quantitative Analysis as Ludic Interface in by Jacques Roubaud
Olga Amarie, Dragos Amarie, and Lillian Morgado                                                                                                                           

Percevoir un effet d’intrigue dans l’errance tensive du narratif : vers une analyse passionnelle du récit contemporain
Shereen Kakish

La “part maudite” de l’humain chez Pascal Quignard
Irena Kristeva

Loss as Profit/Profit as Loss: The Self-Devouring, Unsustainable Appetite of Molière’s Miser
Larry Riggs

Conflict and Duality in Romain Gary’s Gros-Câlin and La Vie devant soi and in the life of the author
Vina Tirven-Gadum

 

Book Reviews

Cincinnati Romance Review
Department of Romance and Arabic Languages and Literatures
University of Cincinnati
PO Box 210377
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0377
ISSN 2155-8817 (online)
ISNN 0883-9816 (print)