Danae Gallo González

Danae Gallo González

Danae GG

Dr. Danae Gallo González is research associate in Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures and Literatures at the Institut für Romanistik (JLU Giessen). Her work has focused on gender and queer studies and exilic life writing in contemporary Spain, and on cultural memory on the Spanish Civil War, Franco’s dictatorship, and the Spanish transition to democracy in various media. Her book, ¡Recuerda! Scribo ergo sum(-us): La escritura del yo de los exiliados politicos de la Guerra Civil en la Argelia colonial, is forthcoming from Iberoamericana Vervuert. She has also lead interdisciplinary research groups working on the concepts of identity and alterity at the International Graduate Center for the Study of Culture. She is currently interested in the politics of (auto-)representation of colored bodies in contemporary audiovisual products of the Hispanic, Francophone and Lusophone world.

Selected Publications:

¡Recuerda! Scribo ergo sum(-us): La escritura del yo de los exiliados políticos de la Guerra Civil en la Argelia colonial. La Casa de la Riqueza. Estudios de la Cultura de España, 45. Madrid/Frankfurt am Main: Iberoamericana/Vervuert, 2018.

„Politics and political alterity in the spanish No-Dos of 1968“ in: „Alterity and the Political in 1968’s Newsreels.“ On_Culture. 4 (2017). <http://geb.uni-giessen.de/geb/volltexte/2017/13391/>.

mit Veronika Zink und Johanna Fernández: „A Tribute to Identity? Reconsidering Post-Identitarian Notions” in Johanna Fernández, Danae Gallo González und Veronika Zink (Hrsg.). W(h)ither Identity. Positioning the Self and Transforming the Social. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Trier Verlag, 2015, 1-16.

Los fantasmas queer de la dictadura franquista: ¡toda una re-velación! Theses and Dissertations Modern and Classical Languages, Literature and Cultures. Paper 2.