As a transnational research network, Fenix brings into contact partners from France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Belgium and the United Kingdom. These partners study Female Refugees from different perspectives: Gender Studies, History, Art History and Literature. By bringing these different approaches into contact, Fenix intends to create a context for interdisciplinary research on Female Exiles, Refugees, and Migrants who move from/to Spain and Latin America.
Institutional website: https://fenix.sites.uu.nl/
Fenix members who are also part of Utrecht University
Artistic and Historical Narratives in European Mutations (AHNEM) – Université d’Avignon et des Pays de Vaucluse
Fenix members who are also part of AHNEM:
The Bonner Romanistik is founded at the start of the 19th century and is considered the cradle of the Romanistik in Germany. The Bonner Romanistik has a strong research tradition in the combined fields of French, Spanish, Italian, and Latin American Linguistics, Literature, and Culture.
Institutional website: https://www.romanistik.uni-bonn.de/bonner-romanistik
The Centre for the Study of Hispanic Exile was created in 2007 to provide a focus for the research of staff within Hispanic Studies at the University of Birmingham. It provides a context for collaboration with other groups and centres in research institutions throughout the world.
Fenix members who are also part of the Center for the Studies of Hispanic Exile:
CIFEM is a feminist, interdisciplinary space which comprises a variety of faculty members and research groups of the University of Oviedo.
Intersecciones – Literaturas, Culturas & Teorías Contemporáneas is a research group from the University of Oviedo which aims to explore theoretical and cultural intersections within a European and transnational context, concentrating specifically on Anglophone, Hispanic and Germanic areas. It examines intersections between contemporary cultural theories – e.g. post- and de-colonial theories, (post)diasporas, gender studies, transnationalism, biopolitics, space and urban theories. It then considers how these theories are applied to various geographically localized literatures and cultures, such as those from Australia, the Caribbean, Canada, Europe, the USA and the Hispanic world.
FENIX members who are also part of CIFEM and Intersecciones:
The Grupo de Estudios del Exilio Literario (GEXEL) is part of the Departament de Filologia Espanyola of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and considers as a priority and urgent task the reconstruction of the historical, cultural and literary memory of the Spanish exile of 1939.
Fenix members who are also part of GEXEL:
The Women’s and Gender Studies Institute is committed to conducting world-class research in the fields of women’s studies, feminism, and gender studies.
The Institute was set-up in 1985 by a group of female teachers and students who became aware of the fundamental importance of incorporating feminist perspectives into academic teaching and research at the UGR. Their mission was to develop a non-androcentric science at the University that would provide the opportunity to tackle gender inequality issues between men and women.
Fenix members who are also part of The Institute of Women’s and Gender Studies:
The Grupo de Estudios de Género en Industrias Culturales y Artes Escénicas (InGenArTe) intends to analyze the situation of literary and theatrical production, two of the most important areas of Cultural Industries, in relation to two fundamental areas of research:
Fenix members who are also part of InGenArTe:
Fenix members who are also part of Universität Passau:
The international research group LYS brings together researchers who chronicle, from a gender perspective, how ancient myths from different traditions are rewritten in Hispanic Literature. In the framework of mythocritics, intertextuality and gender studies, LYS identifies the transformation processes underpinning the retellings of myths in Hispanic Literature. By comparing gendered myth rewritings across different nations, socio-political contexts, and cultures, LYS identifies the new functions that these rewritings attain in modern times.
The Institutional Website is under construction
Fenix members who are also part of Luz y Sombra (LyS):
Fenix members who are also part of Universidad de Zaragoza:
Fenix members who are also part of the Université Paris Lumières:
Fenix members who are also part of Uppsala universitet:
As a transnational research network, Fenix brings into contact partners from France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States. These partners study Female Refugees from different perspectives: Gender Studies, History, Art History and Literature. By bringing these different approaches into contact, Fenix intends to create a context for interdisciplinary research on Female Refugees.