Alba Marce Garcia

Alba Marce Garcia

Position Title
Graduate Student in Spanish, Associate in Spanish

115 Sproul Hall
Office Hours
SSII are 12:00-1:00pm, Monday and Wednesday
Bio

FACULTY ADVISER

  • Diana Aramburu
  • Robert Newcomb

EDUCATION AND DEGREE(S)

  • M.A. in Iberian Studies, Ohio State University
  • B.A. in Translation and Interpreting, Pompeu Fabra University
  • Ph.D. in Iberian Literatures and Cultures with Designated Emphasis in Human Rights, University of California, Davis (in progress)

RESEARCH INTEREST(S)

  • 20th and 21st century Spanish, Catalan, and Latin American Literatures and Cultures, Urban Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Cultural Studies.

COURSE(S) TAUGHT

  • Associate Instructor

    • Spanish 1 (Fall 2017, Summer 2018)

    • Spanish 2 (Winter 2018)

    • Spanish 2Y, Hybrid course (Fall 2019)

    • Spanish 3 (Summer 2019)

    • Spanish 3Y, Hybrid course (Winter 2020)

    • Spanish 21 (Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring 2019)

    • Spanish 21 V, Virtual course (Spring 2020)
  • Teaching Assistant
    • Humanities 2A: “Too Big to Fail”: Crisis in the Iberian Peninsula (Spring 2018)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Articles
    • Marcé García, Alba. “De las barricadas a las fábricas: uso instrumental de la mujer y profundización de los roles de género en la iconografía de las izquierdas de la Guerra Civil Española.” Hispanic Studies Review 1.1 (2016): 57-73.
    • ---. “Les ‘dues Barcelones’ i el seu capitalisme gore: El cos de l’immigrant com a espai de tensió a Biutiful.” Catalan Review 32 (2018): 85-100.
  • Reviews
    •  Aramburu, Diana and Alba Marcé García. Rev. of Los límites del Hispanismo: nuevos métodos, nuevas fronteras, nuevos géneros, by Pérez Isasi et al. International Journal of Iberian Studies 31.1: 69-70.
    • Marcé García, Alba. Rev. of El amante bilingüe, by Vicente Aranda. The Encyclopedia of Contemporary Spanish Films, edited by Salvador Murguia and Alex Pinar, pp. 22-25.
    • ---. Rev. of Los cronocrímenes, by Nacho Vigalondo. The Encyclopedia of Contemporary Spanish Films, edited by Salvador Murguia and Alex Pinar, pp. 114-118.
      ---. Rev. of Réquiem por un campesino español, by Francesc Betriu. The Encyclopedia of Contemporary Spanish Films, edited by Salvador Murguia and Alex Pinar, pp. 333-336.

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2016-17. Provost Fellowship, UC Davis

  • 2017-18. DHI Reading, Writing and/or Collaboration Groups for 2017-2018: “When Women Speak: Narratives of Violence, Corporeality, and Visibility”. Main organizer. UC Davis Humanities Institute

  • 2018. WRRC Summer Graduate Research Award, Women’s Resource and Research Center, UC Davis

  • 2020. Dissertation Writing Quarter-off Fellowship, Spanish and Portuguese Department, UC Davis