- Title Pages
- Introduction Iberian Modalities: The Logic of an Intercultural Field
- Chapter One Dine with the Opposition? ¡No, gracias! Hispanism versus Iberian Studies in Great Britain and Ireland
- Chapter Two “If We Build It, Will They Come?” Iberian Studies as a Field of Dreams
- Chapter Three Implementing Iberian Studies: Some Paradigmatic and Curricular Challenges
- Chapter Four Interliterariness and the Literary Field: Catalan Literature and Literatures in Catalonia
- Chapter Five Iberia Reborn: Portugal through the Lens of Catalan and Galician Nationalism (1850–1950)
- Chapter Six Francisco Maria Tubíno: Between Federalism and Iberianism
- Chapter Seven Translation and Conversion as Interconnected “Modes”: A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism in Iberian Cultures
- Chapter Eight Asymmetry and the Political: Paradigms for a Cultural History of the Iberian Twentieth Century
- Chapter Nine Sins of the Flesh: Bullfighting as a Model of Power
- Chapter Ten Jews and Jewishness in Carme Riera's <i>Dins el darrer blau</i>
- Chapter Eleven Mediterranean Exemplarities: The Case of Medieval Iberia
- Chapter Twelve Immortality, Corruption, and the <i>Sisè Seny</i>: João deBarros's Empire of Language
- Chapter Thirteen The Iberian Problem: A Confederative Model for Pessoa's Heteronyms
- Chapter Fourteen Lisbon as Destination: Josep Pla's Iberianism through His Travels to Portugal
- Works Cited
- Iberian Modalities
- Liverpool University Press
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