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Personal docente e investigador

Valdés Miyares, Julio Rubén

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Profesor Titular de Universidad
Teléfono:
985104589
Correo:
rvaldes@uniovi.es

Redes sociales académicas:

Áreas de interés:

  • Cultural Studies
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Medieval Studies
  • Film Studies
  • Scottish Studies

Publicaciones:

  • Valdés Miyares, J. R. (2017). On the Trail of the Highland Clearances: The Clearances Metanarrative in Scottish Historical Fiction. English Studies, 98(5), 585-597.
  • Valdés Miyares, J. R. (2017). "The Meaning of Romance": Popular Song and Historical Narrative from Arthurian Literature to American Graffiti. Journal of Film Music, 7(1) [2014], 53-76. 
  • Valdés Miyares, J. R. (2016). Eloquent Silence: The Transformation of Spain in British Balladry between the Peninsular War and the Carlist Wars. The Grove. Working Papers on English Studies, 23, 171-181. 
  • Valdés Miyares, J. R. (2016). Music, Body, and City: Joy Division's Positive Negative Space. En D. Walton y J. A. Suárez (Eds.), Culture, Space and Power: Blurred Lines (pp. 85-97). Londres: Lexington. 
  • Valdés Miyares, J. R. (2016). Breaking Joy Division's "Glass": Reading song lyrics as literature, Atlantis (Revista de la Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos), 38(2), 161-180. 
  • Valdés Miyares, J. R. (2014). British Fascism Since the 1930s: A Genealogy of Failure. Op.Cit. A Journal of Anglo-American Studies, 3 (2nd series), 1-18. 
  • Valdés Miyares, J. R. (2012).  The Cinematic Sign of the Grail. Studies in Medievalism XXI: Corporate Medievalism, 21, 145-159. 
  • Valdés Miyares, J. R. (2013). When Performance Lost Control: Making Rock History out of Ian Curtis and Joy Division. Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies, 9(4), 1-13.
  • Valdés Miyares, J. R. (2012). The Religious Sense of Humour in the English Mystery Plays. SELIM Journal (Revista de la Sociedad Española de Lengua y Literatura Inglesa Medieval), 17 [2010], 111-134. 
  • Valdés Miyares, J. R. (2009). Baladas de Robin Hood. Madrid: Akal.

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