Dr Jorge Mari
My teaching and research are focused on environmental cultural studies, with particular attention to contemporary Spain and the United States. I also teach and conduct research on broader Spanish cultural studies and film. My books include Tracing the Borders of Spanish Horror Cinema and Television (2017); Ventanas sobre el Atlántico (2011), on the relations between Spain and the United States; and Lecturas espectaculares (2003), on the interactions of film and the contemporary Spanish novel; my articles have appeared in numerous journals and critical anthologies worldwide.
Teaching and Research Interests
20th- and 21st-centuries Spanish Cultural Studies. Ecocriticism, Ecocinema, Environmental Humanities. Contemporary Spanish Cinema and Prose Fiction. Latin American, U.S. & World Cinemas.
- FLS 331 - 003Spanish Oral and Written Expression I11:45 - 01:00 M W232 Daniels Hall
- FLS 411 - 001Topics in the Culture of Spain01:30 - 02:45 M W529 Poe Hall