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Carpenter, Victoria (2017) ‘2 October Is Not Forgotten’: Tlatelolco 1968 Massacre and Social Memory Frameworks. In: Göttsche, Dirk, (ed.) Memory and Postcolonial Studies: Synergies and New Directions across Literatures from Europe, Africa and the Americas. Oxford; Bern, Peter Lang (In Press)

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) Introduction. In: The Tlatelolco Massacre, Mexico 1968, and the emotional triangle of anger, grief and shame : discourse of truth (s). Cardiff, University of Wales Press

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 (2018) A Bridge between Worlds: Parallel Universes and the Observer in “The Celestial Plot”. Mosaic. (Submitted)

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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