Dr. Sergio Martínez
Office: Centennial 224F
Professor Sergio M. Martínez completed his PhD at the University of Arizona (2005), his M.A. in Spanish (1999) and his BA in Spanish (1996).
Currently serves as the first-year Spanish coordinator and the academic program director for the Querétaro study abroad program. He is the co-director of the Letras Hispanas: Revista de Literatura y Cultura.
From 2013 to 2015, Dr. Martínez was the Jesse H. and Mary Gibbs Jones Professor of Southwestern Studies (2013-2015).
Research Interests: Dr. Martínez research interests are in Mexican and Mexican American literature, migration literature, and Mexico-United States transnational studies.
Spanish 5310F: Contemporary Mexican Narrative
Spanish 5315: Mexican Novel: 19th and 20th Century
Spanish 5315: Mexican Novel of the 19th Century
Spanish 5315: The Novel of the Mexican Revolution
Spanish 5313: South American Narrative, XX Century
Spanish 4380F: Mexican Literature
Spanish 4370: Mexican and Mexican-American literature
Spanish 3371: Spanish American Culture and Civilization
Spanish 3308: Advanced Composition
Spanish 3306: Spanish-American Literature: 1880-present
Spanish 3305: Spanish-American Literature: Colonial-1880