I’m currently writing an article on childhood temporalities in post-Franco Spanish cinema, which is based in part on one of the chapters of my thesis. I’ve written a guest blog post on this topic for the Childhood and Nation in World Cinema website, which you can read here.
Childhood and Nation in World Cinema is a Leverhulme funded research project, headed up by Sarah Wright (Royal Holloway). If interested in the representation of the child in Spanish cinema, you should check out Sarah’s monograph The Child in Spanish Cinema.
Any thoughts on my blog entry, please feel free to post comments on the Childhood and Nation website or on here.