Jeffrey Oxford

Jeffrey Oxford, Professor of Spanish and Chair of the Department of Foreign Languages at Midwestern State University, is a specialist on the culture and literature of Spain (19th to 21st centuries), in particular Naturalism, border studies, and detective fiction. Among his publications are his co-editorship of Eduardo Mendoza: A New Look (2002) and Giménez Bartlett's Influence in Hispanic Literature (vol. 28 of Monographic Review/Revista Monográfica [2012]). He is also the author of Reyes Calderón's Lola MacHor Series: A Conservative Feminist Approach to Modern Spain (2015) and more than forty academic essays.

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