My most recent book, Mondariz-Vigo-Santiago: A Brief History of Galicia’s Edwardian Tourist Boom, has just been published by the Fundación Mondariz Balneario. The book reconstructs the history of an ambitious early 20th-century project to bring middle-class British tourists to Galicia, cooked up by businessmen from Liverpool, London and Vigo between 1909 and 1913. The colourful images on the cover are from promotional brochures produced by Liverpool’s Booth Steamship Company (one of the project partners), who sponsored the artist Frank Henry Mason to tour Galicia in October 1909.
Mondariz-Vigo-Santiago: A Brief History of Galicia’s Edwardian Tourist Boom. Fundacion Mondariz Balneario, 2013. Read an excerpt from the book over at Warwick Knowledge Centre!
Contemporary Galician Cultural Studies: Between the Local and the Global. New York: MLA, 2011. Co-edited with Manuel Puga Moruxa. Table of Contents (PDF).
Writing Galicia into the World: New Cartographies, New Poetics. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2011. Now available as an ebook from University Publishing Online!
Hooper, Kirsty (2012). ‘Revisitando as “novas cartografías” da cultura galega: lecturas posnacionais, lecturas relacionais.’ Galicia21 Vol. D (2012): 44-56. Available at: http://www.galicia21journal.org/D/pdf/Galicia21_4_Hooper.pdf
Hooper, Kirsty (2012). ‘Spas, Steamships, and Sardines: Edwardian Package Tourism and the Marketing of Galician Regionalism.’ Journal of Tourism History 4.2 (2012): 205-224.
Hooper, Kirsty (2010). ‘Between Canon, Archive, and Database: Spain’s Women Intellectuals, 1890-1920, Notes on a Work in Progress.’ Siglo Diecinueve 16 (2010): 195-217.
Hooper, Kirsty (2010). ‘Consuming Nationalism? Taste, Language and the Novel in Constitutional Galicia.’ Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 44.3 (2010): 635-655.
Hooper, Kirsty. (2009) The many faces of Julio Iglesias : “un canto a Galicia”, emigration and the network society. Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies, Volume 10 (Number 2). pp. 149-166
Hooper, Kirsty. (2007) Death and the maiden : gender, nation, and the imperial sacrifice in Blanca de los Ríos’s Sangre española (1899). Revista Hispanica Moderna, Vol.60 (No.2). pp. 171-185
Hooper, Kirsty. (2007) Alternative genealogies? History and the dilemma of “origin” in two recent novels by Galician women. Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies, Vol.10 (No.1). pp. 45-58
Hooper, Kirsty. (2006) Galicia desde Londres desde Galicia : new voices in the 21st-century diaspora. Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies, Vol.7 (No.2). pp. 171-188
Hooper, Kirsty (2006). ‘Reading Spain’s African Vocation: The figure of the Moorish priest in three fin de siglo novels (1891-1907)’. Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 40.1 (2006): 175-99.
Hooper, Kirsty. (2003) Girl, interrupted : the distinctive history of Galician women’s narrative. Romance Studies, Vol.21 (No.2). pp. 101-114
Hooper, Kirsty (2002). ‘Fin de siècle Anxieties and Future(s) Perfect: Sofía Casanova’s El doctor Wolski (1894)’. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 79/2 (2002): 175-87.
Conference and Working Papers
Hooper, Kirsty (2013). ‘Juan Bautista Luis Augurio PERERA, co-founder of Lawn Tennis.’ .
Working Paper, published online 12 August 2013. Read the introductory blog post at Books on Spain.
Paper presented at Contact and Connection Symposium, University of Warwick Institute of Advanced Study, 27 June 2013.