Shanna Lino

Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics

Associate Professor

Office: Ross Building, S505A
Phone: (416) 736-2100 Ext: 88737
Emailslino@yorku.ca

Shanna Lino's research focuses on the cultural manifestations of Spanish identity formation as a negotiation of and reaction to minority languages, religions, and ethnicities, and as a consequence of historical internal and external migrations. Her recent publications examine the representation of contemporary immigration in Spanish narrative and film, and reflect her particular interest in the novela negra as a socially critical genre that is well poised for these discussions.

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Area of Specialization

Contemporary Spanish Literature

Degrees

PhD, University of Toronto
MA, University of Toronto
Hon. BSc., University of Toronto


Research Interests

Spanish and Hispanic Studies , Film , Noir Fiction, 20th-Century Iberian Theatre, Iberian Migrations

Selected Publications

“Tráfico y producción cultural: Trazas de una globalización fragmentada [Special Issue]”: Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos. Ed. and introd. Shanna Lino and Luis Molina Lora. 38:1 (2013): 1-247.

“Mediated Moralities of Immigration: Metaphysical Detection in Marta Sanz’s Black, black, black (2010).” African Immigrants in Contemporary Spanish Texts: Crossing the Straits. Ed. Debra Fazser-McMahon and Victoria Ketz. Ashgate Press, (forthcoming 2014).

"Víctima, detective y femme fatale: En busca de estrategias de empoderamiento femenino ante la inmigración en la novela negra española." L'érudit franco-espagnol 4.2 (2013): 65-85.

"In Search of Responsibility to/for the Other: Human Trafficking to the Florida and Iberian Peninsulas in Antonio Jiménez Barca and Amir Valle." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 38.1 (2013): 211-27.

“El montaje contestatario en Por la vía de Tarifa de Nieves García Benito.” Fronteras de la memoria: cartografías de género en artes visuales, cine y literatura en las Américas y España. Ed. Bernardita Llanos and Ana María Goetschel. Santiago de Chile: Cuarto Propio/FLACSO, 2012. 175-95.

Selected Publications

“Tráfico y producción cultural: Trazas de una globalización fragmentada [Special Issue]”: Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos. Ed. and introd. Shanna Lino and Luis Molina Lora. 38:1 (2013): 1-247.

“Mediated Moralities of Immigration: Metaphysical Detection in Marta Sanz’s Black, black, black (2010).” African Immigrants in Contemporary Spanish Texts: Crossing the Straits. Ed. Debra Fazser-McMahon and Victoria Ketz. Ashgate Press, (forthcoming 2014).

"Víctima, detective y femme fatale: En busca de estrategias de empoderamiento femenino ante la inmigración en la novela negra española." L'érudit franco-espagnol 4.2 (2013): 65-85.

"In Search of Responsibility to/for the Other: Human Trafficking to the Florida and Iberian Peninsulas in Antonio Jiménez Barca and Amir Valle." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 38.1 (2013): 211-27.

“El montaje contestatario en Por la vía de Tarifa de Nieves García Benito.” Fronteras de la memoria: cartografías de género en artes visuales, cine y literatura en las Américas y España. Ed. Bernardita Llanos and Ana María Goetschel. Santiago de Chile: Cuarto Propio/FLACSO, 2012. 175-95.

All Publications

Monographs

“Tráfico y producción cultural: Trazas de una globalización fragmentada [Special Issue]”: Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos. Ed. and introd. Shanna Lino and Luis Molina Lora. 38:1 (2013): 1-247.

Book Chapters

“Mediated Moralities of Immigration: Metaphysical Detection in Marta Sanz’s Black, black, black (2010).” African Immigrants in Contemporary Spanish Texts: Crossing the Straits. Ed. Debra Fazser-McMahon and Victoria Ketz. Ashgate Press, (forthcoming 2014).

“El montaje contestatario en Por la vía de Tarifa de Nieves García Benito.” Fronteras de la memoria: cartografías de género en artes visuales, cine y literatura en las Américas y España. Ed. Bernardita Llanos and Ana María Goetschel. Santiago de Chile: Cuarto Propio/FLACSO, 2012. 175-95.

Journal Articles

"Víctima, detective y femme fatale: En busca de estrategias de empoderamiento femenino ante la inmigración en la novela negra española." L'érudit franco-espagnol 4.2 (2013): 65-85.

"In Search of Responsibility to/for the Other: Human Trafficking to the Florida and Iberian Peninsulas in Antonio Jiménez Barca and Amir Valle." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 38.1 (2013): 211-27.

Conference Papers

Panel Co-organizer and Co-Chair (with Vanessa Ceia, NYU): "Staging Iberia: Theatre and Performance in Post-Authoritarian Spain and Portugal." Northeast Modern Language Association’s Annual Conference. Toronto. 30 April 2015.

"Staging It Like It Was: Laila Ripoll’s Trilogía de la memoria." Northeast Modern Languages Association. Toronto. 30 April 2015.

“Investigando el tráfico de personas entre Cuba y Miami en la obra de Amir Valle.” The Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literatures (MACHL): Exiles, Migrations, and Movements. University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 13 October 2012.

Panel Organizer and Co-chair: “Tráfico I y II – Traficando personas y mercancía.” The Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literatures (MACHL): Exiles, Migrations, and Movements. University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 12-14 October 2012.

“La trata de blancas en la novela española finisecular.” Canadian Association of Hispanists’ Conference at the Congress 2012 of the Humanities and Social Sciences. University of Waterloo, Waterloo. 29 May 2012.

Panel Co-organizer and Co-chair (with Luis Molina Lora, U. Ottawa): “Tráfico y producción cultural.” Canadian Association of Hispanists’ Conference at the Congress 2012 of the Humanities and Social Sciences. University of Waterloo, Waterloo. 29 May 2012.

“Bridging the Strait: Transcultural Encounters in Retorno a Hansala (2008) by Chus Gutiérrez.” Pluri-Culture and Migrant Writings: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Canada-Mediterranean Centre, York University, Toronto. 19 May 2012.

“Mediating Moralities of Immigration in Black, black, black (2010) by Marta Sanz.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. Lexington, Kentucky. 14 April 2011.

Panel Organizer and Chair: “Reescribiendo la novel negra.” Canadian Association of Hispanists’ Conference at the Congress 2010 of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Concordia University, Montreal. 28 May 2010.

“La novela y la piel negras: Race and Justice in Abasolo’s El color de los muertos.” Northeast Modern Language Association’s Annual Conference. Montreal. 9 April 2010.

“Race and Rhetoric: Noiring Travel Narrative and Testimonio in Antonio Lozano’s Detective Fiction on Immigration.” The Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literatures (MACHL). University of Kansas. 5 November 2009.

“Algeciras y el destino moro: memorizando la frontera en ‘Perros de playa’ de Nieves García Benito.” XIX Congreso Anual de la Asociación Internacional de Literatura y Cultura Femenina Hispánica (AILCFH). Facultad de Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO), Quito, Ecuador. 1 October, 2009.

“The Hypocrisy of Loyalty in Carlos Molinero’s Salvajes.” Northeast Modern Language Association’s Annual Conference. Buffalo. 11 April 2008.

“Víctima, detective y femme fatale: la mujer inmigrante en la novela negra española.” España XX/XXI: Diálogos en el hispanismo peninsular. University of Ottawa, Ottawa. 28 March 2008.

“Crossing the Fine Line: Border Zones and the Globalized Media in the Spanish Novela Negra on Immigration.” Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association’s Annual Conference. Calgary. 4 October 2007.

“De Santiago Matamoros a ‘la nueva invasión mora’: retóricas persistentes y la desconquista literaria en la cuentística de Nieves García Benito.” Canadian Association of Hispanists’ Annual Conference at the 2006 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Congress. York University, Toronto. 30 May 2006.

“From the Media to the Detective Novel: The Crisis of Genre in Gálvez en la frontera by Jorge M. Reverte.” Colloque International on “The Detective Novel: Themes and Perspectives.” Institut Catholique de Paris, Paris. 14 May 2005.

“The Role of the Journalist in the Representation of the North African Immigrant in Martínez Reverte’s Gálvez en la frontera.” Céfiro’s Annual Conference on “Latin American and 4 Iberian Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, with a special panel on the Hispanic Detective Novel.” Texas Tech University, Lubbock. 1 April 2005.

Book Reviews

"IRENE MARQUES: Transnational Discourses on Class, Gender, and Cultural Identity". Letras Femeninas 39.1 (2013): 209-11.

"GODSLAND, SHELLEY. Killing Carmens: Women’s Crime Fiction from Spain." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 33.3 (2009): 612-14.

"ISABEL SANTAOLALLA. Los 'Otros': etnicidad y 'raza' en el cine español contemporáneo." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 31.2 (2007): 385-87.

Public Lectures

"Carmen Laforet's Nada." Toronto Women’s Literary Group, organized and invited by Mindy Skapinker, Toronto. 6 March 2014.

“Antonio Muñoz Molina’s Sefarad.” Toronto Women’s Literary Group, organized and invited by Mindy Skapinker, Toronto. 21 June 2012.

“Race and Rhetoric: Noiring Travel Narrative and Testimonio in Antonio Lozano’s Detective Fiction on Immigration.” 2011 Languages and Literatures Colloquium. Department of Languages, Literatures & Linguistics, York University, Toronto. 11 February 2011.

“Fortificando la Fortaleza Europa: los medios de comunicación y el imaginario bélico de la inmigración en España.” Concordia University, Montreal. 7 March 2007.

“La (re)presentación de la inmigración en dos películas españolas contemporáneas: Las cartas de Alou (1990) de Montxo Armendáriz y En construcción (2001) de José Luís Guerín.” University of Toronto, Toronto. 24 November 2005.

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Summer 2017 AP/SP1000 6.0  Elementary Spanish LGCL  

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/SP2200 6.0  Approaching Hispanic Literature: Texts, Times and Tributes LGCL  
Fall 2017 AP/SP4670 3.0  The Spanish Post-Civil War Novel: Money, Desire and History SEMR  


Shanna Lino's research focuses on the cultural manifestations of Spanish identity formation as a negotiation of and reaction to minority languages, religions, and ethnicities, and as a consequence of historical internal and external migrations. Her recent publications examine the representation of contemporary immigration in Spanish narrative and film, and reflect her particular interest in the novela negra as a socially critical genre that is well poised for these discussions.

Area of Specialization

Contemporary Spanish Literature

Degrees

PhD, University of Toronto
MA, University of Toronto
Hon. BSc., University of Toronto

Research Interests:

Spanish and Hispanic Studies , Film , Noir Fiction, 20th-Century Iberian Theatre, Iberian Migrations

All Publications

Monographs

“Tráfico y producción cultural: Trazas de una globalización fragmentada [Special Issue]”: Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos. Ed. and introd. Shanna Lino and Luis Molina Lora. 38:1 (2013): 1-247.

Book Chapters

“Mediated Moralities of Immigration: Metaphysical Detection in Marta Sanz’s Black, black, black (2010).” African Immigrants in Contemporary Spanish Texts: Crossing the Straits. Ed. Debra Fazser-McMahon and Victoria Ketz. Ashgate Press, (forthcoming 2014).

“El montaje contestatario en Por la vía de Tarifa de Nieves García Benito.” Fronteras de la memoria: cartografías de género en artes visuales, cine y literatura en las Américas y España. Ed. Bernardita Llanos and Ana María Goetschel. Santiago de Chile: Cuarto Propio/FLACSO, 2012. 175-95.

Journal Articles

"Víctima, detective y femme fatale: En busca de estrategias de empoderamiento femenino ante la inmigración en la novela negra española." L'érudit franco-espagnol 4.2 (2013): 65-85.

"In Search of Responsibility to/for the Other: Human Trafficking to the Florida and Iberian Peninsulas in Antonio Jiménez Barca and Amir Valle." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 38.1 (2013): 211-27.

Conference Papers

Panel Co-organizer and Co-Chair (with Vanessa Ceia, NYU): "Staging Iberia: Theatre and Performance in Post-Authoritarian Spain and Portugal." Northeast Modern Language Association’s Annual Conference. Toronto. 30 April 2015.

"Staging It Like It Was: Laila Ripoll’s Trilogía de la memoria." Northeast Modern Languages Association. Toronto. 30 April 2015.

“Investigando el tráfico de personas entre Cuba y Miami en la obra de Amir Valle.” The Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literatures (MACHL): Exiles, Migrations, and Movements. University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 13 October 2012.

Panel Organizer and Co-chair: “Tráfico I y II – Traficando personas y mercancía.” The Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literatures (MACHL): Exiles, Migrations, and Movements. University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 12-14 October 2012.

“La trata de blancas en la novela española finisecular.” Canadian Association of Hispanists’ Conference at the Congress 2012 of the Humanities and Social Sciences. University of Waterloo, Waterloo. 29 May 2012.

Panel Co-organizer and Co-chair (with Luis Molina Lora, U. Ottawa): “Tráfico y producción cultural.” Canadian Association of Hispanists’ Conference at the Congress 2012 of the Humanities and Social Sciences. University of Waterloo, Waterloo. 29 May 2012.

“Bridging the Strait: Transcultural Encounters in Retorno a Hansala (2008) by Chus Gutiérrez.” Pluri-Culture and Migrant Writings: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Canada-Mediterranean Centre, York University, Toronto. 19 May 2012.

“Mediating Moralities of Immigration in Black, black, black (2010) by Marta Sanz.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. Lexington, Kentucky. 14 April 2011.

Panel Organizer and Chair: “Reescribiendo la novel negra.” Canadian Association of Hispanists’ Conference at the Congress 2010 of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Concordia University, Montreal. 28 May 2010.

“La novela y la piel negras: Race and Justice in Abasolo’s El color de los muertos.” Northeast Modern Language Association’s Annual Conference. Montreal. 9 April 2010.

“Race and Rhetoric: Noiring Travel Narrative and Testimonio in Antonio Lozano’s Detective Fiction on Immigration.” The Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literatures (MACHL). University of Kansas. 5 November 2009.

“Algeciras y el destino moro: memorizando la frontera en ‘Perros de playa’ de Nieves García Benito.” XIX Congreso Anual de la Asociación Internacional de Literatura y Cultura Femenina Hispánica (AILCFH). Facultad de Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO), Quito, Ecuador. 1 October, 2009.

“The Hypocrisy of Loyalty in Carlos Molinero’s Salvajes.” Northeast Modern Language Association’s Annual Conference. Buffalo. 11 April 2008.

“Víctima, detective y femme fatale: la mujer inmigrante en la novela negra española.” España XX/XXI: Diálogos en el hispanismo peninsular. University of Ottawa, Ottawa. 28 March 2008.

“Crossing the Fine Line: Border Zones and the Globalized Media in the Spanish Novela Negra on Immigration.” Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association’s Annual Conference. Calgary. 4 October 2007.

“De Santiago Matamoros a ‘la nueva invasión mora’: retóricas persistentes y la desconquista literaria en la cuentística de Nieves García Benito.” Canadian Association of Hispanists’ Annual Conference at the 2006 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Congress. York University, Toronto. 30 May 2006.

“From the Media to the Detective Novel: The Crisis of Genre in Gálvez en la frontera by Jorge M. Reverte.” Colloque International on “The Detective Novel: Themes and Perspectives.” Institut Catholique de Paris, Paris. 14 May 2005.

“The Role of the Journalist in the Representation of the North African Immigrant in Martínez Reverte’s Gálvez en la frontera.” Céfiro’s Annual Conference on “Latin American and 4 Iberian Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, with a special panel on the Hispanic Detective Novel.” Texas Tech University, Lubbock. 1 April 2005.

Book Reviews

"IRENE MARQUES: Transnational Discourses on Class, Gender, and Cultural Identity". Letras Femeninas 39.1 (2013): 209-11.

"GODSLAND, SHELLEY. Killing Carmens: Women’s Crime Fiction from Spain." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 33.3 (2009): 612-14.

"ISABEL SANTAOLALLA. Los 'Otros': etnicidad y 'raza' en el cine español contemporáneo." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 31.2 (2007): 385-87.

Public Lectures

"Carmen Laforet's Nada." Toronto Women’s Literary Group, organized and invited by Mindy Skapinker, Toronto. 6 March 2014.

“Antonio Muñoz Molina’s Sefarad.” Toronto Women’s Literary Group, organized and invited by Mindy Skapinker, Toronto. 21 June 2012.

“Race and Rhetoric: Noiring Travel Narrative and Testimonio in Antonio Lozano’s Detective Fiction on Immigration.” 2011 Languages and Literatures Colloquium. Department of Languages, Literatures & Linguistics, York University, Toronto. 11 February 2011.

“Fortificando la Fortaleza Europa: los medios de comunicación y el imaginario bélico de la inmigración en España.” Concordia University, Montreal. 7 March 2007.

“La (re)presentación de la inmigración en dos películas españolas contemporáneas: Las cartas de Alou (1990) de Montxo Armendáriz y En construcción (2001) de José Luís Guerín.” University of Toronto, Toronto. 24 November 2005.


Teaching:

Current Courses

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TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Summer 2017 AP/SP1000 6.0  Elementary Spanish LGCL  

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/SP2200 6.0  Approaching Hispanic Literature: Texts, Times and Tributes LGCL  
Fall 2017 AP/SP4670 3.0  The Spanish Post-Civil War Novel: Money, Desire and History SEMR