Volume 17 (2012)

Detail from the ceiling of the Salón de Actos of the Ateneo, Madrid (Spain), one of the venues for Ometeca 2012.  (Photo, Prof. Valerie Haegstrom, Brigham Young U.)

Salón de Actos of the Ateneo, Madrid, Spain  (Photo, Valerie Haegstrom)

Preface
Articles

La mente en la cueva: El yo del Otro prehistórico, by Dale J. Pratt: p. 15

Diabetes and the Body Politic In Emilia Pardo Bazán’s El Cisne de Vilamorta, by Anne W. Gilfoil: p. 35

Translating and Interpreting “El Aleph” by Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986): a Problem With Mathematics, by Martha Muciño and Richard Shumway: p. 45

Pertenencia Mutua: Dignifying Death and Honoring Mother Earth in Zapatista Discourse, by Gregory Stephens: p. 59

Comunicación, Redes y Construcción Colectiva, by Cristina M. Pogliani, Nora Okulik, and Alicia H. Jubert: p. 82

Clarice Lispector: From a Process-Oriented View, by Floyd Merrell: p. 102

To the Chief Seattle of the Red Skin Tribe, by Álvaro Reyes Toxqui and Emma Zapata Martelo: p. 126

Remember Me as an Episode of The Twilight Zone: Media, Technology, and Memory in Rodrigo Fresán’s Mantra, by Paul M. McNeil: p. 135

How to Join The Geopiracy Project, by Joseph Henry Vogel, Janny Robles, Camilo Gomides, and Carlos Muñiz: p. 153

Quantum Mechanics and Literature: An Analysis of El Túnel by Ernesto Sábato, by Victoria Carpenter and Paul Halpern: p. 167

Book Reviews

A Review of Ecocríticas. Literatura y medio ambiente, edited by Carmen Flys Junquera, José Manuel Marrero Henríquez & Julia Barella Vigal. Madrid: Iberoamericana, 2010. 422 pp.   Reviewed by Luis I. Prádanos.: p. 188

A Review of The Magic of Reality: How We Know What’s Really True, by Richard Dawkins, illustrated by Dave Mckean. Free Press, a division of Simon & Schuster, Inc. New York. 2011. 271 pp. Reviewed by Martha Muciño: p. 191

Review of Colorado Review of Hispanic Studies, John Slater and Andrés Prieto, eds. Boulder: University of Colorado, 2009. 286 pp.   Reviewed by Conxita Domènech: p. 194

Review of The Emergence of Latin American Science Fiction, by Rachel Heywood Ferreira. Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 2011. 301 pp. Reviewed by Sam Smiley: p. 197