The Making of a Transatlantic Sister Republic: Good Neighbors and Air Raids in Spain
Discusses Spain-US relations, identifying the aerial bombing of Guernica as a watershed moment for the Republic during the Spanish Civil War. Jackson-Schebetta examines air-raid scenes in artistic representations of the period such as Hemingway’s The Fifth Column, Angna Enters’s “Spain 1937” (1937), and Barrie Stavis’s Refuge (1939). Discusses Hemingway’s sympathetic treatment of the Republic through his depiction of an invincible Madrid dependent on US intervention in its struggle for freedom.
Traveler, There is No Road: Theatre, the Spanish Civil War, and the Decolonial Imagination in the Americas