Bookshelf

Our faculty members publish books and articles in fields that range from medieval Iberian studies to postmodern eco-criticism in Italy and the Mediterranean. To appreciate the range of faculty expertise and research agendas, please see some of our recent monographs:

Andrew Anderson
(Gredos: 2005)
 
Andrew Anderson
(Galaxia Gutenberg: 2013)
 
Andrew Anderson
(Galaxia Gutenberg: 2013)

Andrew Anderson
(Juan de la Cuesta: 2011)
 
 
Andrew Anderson
(Grant and Cutler: 2003)
 
 
Enrico Cesaretti
(Longo Editore: 2001)

Enrico Cesaretti
(Peter Lang: 2013)

Deborah Parker
(Palgrave Macmillan: 2013)
 
Deborah Parker
(Palgrave Macmillan: 2013)

Deborah Parker
(Cambridge: 2010)
 
Deborah Parker
(Cambridge: 2000)
 
Deborah Parker
(Palgrave Macmillan: 2011)

David T. Gies
(Cambridge: 2012)

David T. Gies
(Cambridge: 2004)

E. Michael Gerli
(Routledge: 2003)

E. Michael Gerli
(Toronto: 2011)

Gustavo Pellón
(Hackett: 2010)
Gustavo Pellón
(Juan de la Cuesta: 2010)

Adrienne Ward
(Bucknell: 2010)
Emily Scida
(Routledge: 2004)
Fernando Operé
(Prentice: 2007)
 
Fernando Operé
(Fondo de Cultura Económica: 2001)
Fernando Operé
(Virginia: 2001)
Ricardo Padrón
(Chicago: 2004)

Alison Weber
(MLA: 2007)
Alison Weber
(Chicago: 2002)
Randolph Pope
(Vanderbilt: 2007)

Andrew Anderson
(Iberoamericana: 2017)

David Gies
(Calambur: 2016)

David T. Gies
(Castalia: 2016)

E. Michael Gerli
(UNC Press: 2016)

La vuelta al mundo en 80 poemas
Fernando Operé
(Biblioteca Nueva: 2012)

Relatos de cautivos en las Américas
Fernando Operé
(Corregidor: 2016)

Gustavo Pellón
(Hackett: 2006)

Alison Weber
(Routledge: 2016)