Mrs Maya Zalbidea Professor

Title prefix: 
Mrs
First name: 
Maya
Family name: 
Zalbidea
Title postfix: 
Professor
Country: 
Spain
Languages: 
Spanish, English, French
Teaching areas: 

English, Children's Literature, CLIL, Literature and Education, British Literature, American Literature

Research areas: 

 Comparative Literature, Women Studies, Gender Studies, Electronic Literature, New Media Art

Publications: 

 1.      Zalbidea Paniagua, Maya (2014) Psychoanalytic Interpretation of Blueberries by Susan Gibb, Caracteres, revista de estudios culturales, vol.3 n.1 Mayo, pp. 201-215.

2.      Zalbidea Paniagua, Maya. (2012) “Exploiting Hypertext’s Potential for Teaching Gender Studies”  Texto Digital v.8, n.1. pp.104-126.

3.      Zalbidea Paniagua, Maya. (2011) "Towards a Multimodal Analysis of da Rimini's Dollspace", CLC Web, Purdue University, vol.13, n.3, pp. 1-9.

4.      Zalbidea Paniagua, Maya (2014) “Educando con magia. El ilusionismo como recurso didáctico de Ruíz Domínguez, Xuxo”, Educación y futuro, revista de investigación aplicada y experiencias educativas, volumen n.30, pp. 254-255.

5.      Zalbidea Paniagua, Maya (2013) “Elogio del texto digital. Claves para interpretar el cambio de paradigma”, Teknokultura, Vol 10, No 3 (2013), pp. 769-779.

6.      Zalbidea Paniagua, Maya (2013) “Moving across a Century: Women’s Short Fiction from Virginia Woolf to Ali Smith”, Miscelánea, A Journal of English and American Studies, vol. 48, pp. 139-142.

7.      Zalbidea Paniagua, Maya. (2009) "Cultural Studies through Literary and Semiotic Approaches: A Review Article of New Manuals by Walton and Thwaites, Davis, and Mules” CLC Web, Purdue University, vol. 14.4, pp.1-7.

8.      Zalbidea Paniagua, Maya, Marino, Mark and López-Varela, Asunción (2014)

New Work on Electronic Literature and Cyberculture, CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, vol. 16.5.

 9.      Zalbidea Paniagua, Maya. (2012) “The Benefits of Teaching Cyberliterature” in Social Sciences and Cultural Studies, Issues of Language, Public Opinion, Education and Welfare,  pp. 243-264.