History of sexuality, Women's history in 18th-century Spain, European women's history 1600's to present, Feminist theory, Gender and sexuality.
Fall 2018: Dr. Vicente is teaching WGSS 324 "History of Women and the Body" and WGSS 801 "Feminist Theory."
Fall 2018 Office Hours: Mon., 1:00-2:30 & by appt.
Ph.D., History, Johns Hopkins University
M.A., History, Johns Hopkins University
B.A., History (with honors), University of Barcelona, Spain
- Feminist Theory
- Women's History
- Sexuality Studies
- European History
Vicente, M. V. (2017). Debating Sex and Gender in Eighteenth-Century Spain, Cambridge University Press.
Vicente, M. V. (2017). “Staging Femininity in Early Modern Spain”. In . (Ed.), Mapping the Early Modern Hispanic World Essays in Honor of Richard L. Kagan (pp. 339-59). Cambridge University Press.
Vicente, M. V. (2016). Maria Elena Martínez’s “Sex and the Colonial Archive”. "Open Forum on "Sex and the Colonial Archive: The Case of "Mariano" Aguilera". Hispanic American Historical Review
Vicente, M. V. (2016). “Pornography and the Spanish Inquisition: The Reading of Le Portier des Chartreux, an Eighteenth-Century Forbidden Best Seller” . Comparative Literature,(68), 181-198.
Vicente, M. . (03/16/2017 - 03/19/2017). “Transgender Narratives in Early Modern Spain” . ASPHS annual meeting, New York City, March 16-19, 2017. New York City
Vicente, M. . (02/16/2017). “Trans-Confessions: Gender Narratives in the Early Modern World” . Early Modern Studies Institute, USC, California, February 16, 2017. USC, Los Angeles, CA
Vicente, M. . (03/17/2016 - 03/20/2016). “Spanish Feminists Theorize Sex and Gender: Lessons from the Enlightenment”. ASPHS annual meeting. San Diego, CA