Illustrating Spain in the US

Marta González-Cutre

Book - 2022

A combination of comics and essays sheds light on the rich but often overlooked contributions of Spanish immigrants to the political, cultural, and scientific history of the US.

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Comics (Graphic works)
Nonfiction comics
Seattle, WA : Fantagraphics 2022.
First Fantagraphics Books edition
Item Description
Translated from the Spanish.
"This project was commissioned by the Cultural Office of the Embassy of Spain and the Spain-USA Foundation through its SPAIN arts & culture program"--Page facing tItle page.
Physical Description
120 pages : illustrations (some colour), color map ; 26 cm
Other Authors
Marta González-Cutre (translator)
  • Introduction /
  • by Ana Merino
  • Missions and the Camino Real. Viceroyalty of New Spain (1535-1821) /
  • a map by Sergio García Sánchez and Lola Moral
  • Missions and the Camino Real in Spain's North American frontier /
  • an essay by J. Michael Francis
  • Revolutionary War. Yo solo /
  • a comic by Rayco Pulido
  • Bernardo de Gálvez /
  • an essay by Eduardo Garrigues
  • Immigration. Asturias, dear homeland /
  • a comic by Ana Penyas and Seisdedos
  • Ni frailes ni conquistadores : Spanish immigrants in the United States (1868-1945) /
  • an essay by James Ferǹndez and Luis Argeo
  • Hispanism. The exiles /
  • a poem by Concha Zardoya, illustrated by Anapurna
  • The Spanish philological and literary legacy in the United States /
  • an essay by Lucía Cotarelo Esteban
  • Science. Spanish scientists in the United States /
  • a comic by Mireia Pérez, with Juan Pimentel
  • Spanish scientists in the USA /
  • an essay by Juan Pimentel
  • Cinema. Chaplin's house /
  • a comic by Carla Berrocal
  • Spaniards in movieland /
  • an essay by Estrella de Diego
  • Art. Spanish art in the USA /
  • a comic by Max
  • Spanish art in the United States /
  • an essay by María Dolores Jiménez-Blanco.
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Illustrating Spain in the US