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Carpenter, Victoria (2018) Between the Stone and the Mirror: Tlatelolco 1968 Massacre and Poetic Debates on the History of Violence. Chasqui, 47 (2).

Carpenter, Victoria (2010) Erasing Male Characters from Álbum de familia by Rosario Castellanos. Estudios Interdisciplinarios de America Latina y el Caribe, 21 (2). pp. 61-76.

Carpenter, Victoria (2018) “La Plaza era una trampa”: Emotional Violence of Tlatelolco 1968 in Luis Spota’s La Plaza. Confluencia, 33 (2). pp. 40-52.

Carpenter, Victoria (2007) "La sangre en el cement": Violence, Fantasy and Myth in the Poetic Accounts of the 1968 Tlatelolco Massacre. In: Carpenter, Victoria, (ed.) A World Torn Apart: Representations of Violence in Latin American Narrative. Oxford, Peter Lang, pp. 201-229

Carpenter, Victoria (2009) “Me cae que no me entiendes”: Multi-language Text in the Mexican Onda. Romance Studies, 27 (3). pp. 180-191.

Carpenter, Victoria (2015) Power Tug of War: Hegemonic and Posthegemonic Text Control in Gustavo Sainz’s Obsesivos días circulares (1969). In: Thakkar, Amit and Harris, Chris, (eds.) Men, Power and Liberation: Readings of Masculinities in Spanish American Literatures. Routledge

Carpenter, Victoria (2012) Realidades en lucha abierta: el conflicto entre la realidad objetiva y el descubrimiento científico en la ciencia-ficción mexicana. Revista Iberoamericana, 78 (238-9). pp. 165-179.

Carpenter, Victoria (2015) Strings, Branes and Hidden Texts in Obsesivos días circulares (1969) by Gustavo Sainz. In: Carpenter, Victoria, (ed.) Interface between Literature and Science: Cross-disciplinary Approaches to Latin American Texts. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 141-158

Carpenter, Victoria (2011) Temporal Permutations in Octavio Paz’s ‘Piedra de sol’. In: Carpenter, Victoria, (ed.) A World in Words, A Life in Texts: Revisiting Latin American Cultural Heritage. Peter Lang, pp. 137-160

Carpenter, Victoria (2010) Under My (Editorial) Thumb: Hegemonic Masculinity and Text Ownership in the Works of Mexican Onda. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 87 (6). pp. 667-683.

Carpenter, Victoria (2010) When Was Tomorrow? Manipulation of Time and Memory in the Works of Mexican Onda. In: Carpenter, Victoria, (ed.) (Re)Collecting the Past: History and Collective Memory in Latin American Literature. Oxford, Peter Lang, pp. 37-57

Carpenter, Victoria (2018) ‘Y el olor de la sangre manchaba el aire’: Tlatelolco 1521 and 1968 in José Emilio Pacheco’s ‘Lectura de los “Cantares Mexicanos”’. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 95 (4). pp. 451-474.

Carpenter, Victoria and Halpern, Paul (2015) Out of the Darkness into the Darkness: Time Travel in Ernesto Sábato’s El túnel and Connie Willis’ Blackout and All Clear. In: Carpenter, Victoria, (ed.) Interface between Literature and Science: Cross-disciplinary Approaches to Latin American Texts. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 91-114

Carpenter, Victoria and Halpern, Paul (2012) Quantum Mechanics and Literature: An Analysis of El túnel by Ernesto Sábato. The Ometeca Journal, 17. pp. 167-187.

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Hayes, Alison (2017) Be your own language coach - self-mentoring to increase student motivation and achievement. In: Developing Speaking Skills, 15 September 2017, University of Leeds. (Unpublished)

Hayes, Alison (2015) Supporting a student with visual impairment. Vida Hispánica.

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