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."
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