Annabel Martín

Academic Appointments
  • Professor of Spanish

  • Professor of Comparative Literature

  • Professor of Women's, Gender, and Sexualities Studies

  • Founding Director, Gender Research Institute at Dartmouth (GRID)

  • Cofounder, Jahjaga Foundation (Prishtina, Kosovo)


Dartmouth Hall, Room 201D
HB 6072


  • Ph.D. University of Oregon
  • M.A. University of Oregon
  • Licenciada Degree in English-Spanish Philology, Universidad de Deusto, Bilbao, Spain

Selected Publications

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Works In Progress

  • Rest in Peace: The Basque Political Contours of the Arts (book)

  • Annabel Martín is currently studying the cultural context surrounding the end of ETA terrorism in Spain and the role the arts play in processes of reconciliation in her manuscript Rest in Peace: The Basque Political Contours of the Arts, a collaborative project with Basque artists Bernardo Atxaga, Julia Otxoa, Ricardo Ugarte, Luisa Etxenike, and Helena Taberna, among others.   

  • Annabel Martín is also a member of several international reserach groups including CITUR (Cine y Turismo) at the Universitat de València (Spain) studying tourism and national identity, GECA (Género, Estética y Cultura Audiovisual) and CinemAGEnder. She is an advisory board member of the 11 university-EU Horizon 2020 project "GEARING Roles" on gender equality, an advisory board member of the journal Feminism(s) of the Research Institute for Gender Studies at the Universitat d' Alacant (Spain), co-founder and board member of the Jahjaga Foundation (Kosovo) dedicated to human rights and gender, and held in 2019 the Bernarado Atxaga Chair of Basque Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center (NY) (Instituto Etxepare-Gobierno Vasco). 

Selected Seminars

Spain Reset!: Rethinking Democracy and Culture

Indignant Spain: Crisis and New Social Movements Today

Bullets and Letters: Basque Terrorism and the Arts

Miniskirts and Polkadots: Beach Beauties and Dictatorship

Hollywood Revisited: The Films of Pedro Almodóvar

Art and Gender: A Different Gaze?

The Humanities and Human Rights: Gendered and Textual Alliances

Times of Crisis: Neoliberalism, Gender, and Change

Love and Space: Places for Feminism

Family Matters: Gender Reversals and Community in Almodóvar

The Cinematic City