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Amy Robinson

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Position: Associate Professor - Latin American Literature & Culture, 19th-21st Century Mexico
Phone: 419-372-2168
Email: arobins@bgsu.edu
Address: 206 Shatzel Hall

Graduate Courses

  • SPAN 6260 - Issues in Contemporary Mexican Literature and Culture
  • SPAN 6350 - History & Identity in Spanish American Literature and Film
  • SPAN 6800 - Mexican Cinema
  • SPAN 6800 - Postcolonial Latin America
  • SPAN 6800 - Crime & Justice in Latin American Literature

Research Interests

  • Nineteenth through Twenty-first Century Mexican Literature and Culture
  • Subaltern and Cultural Studies
  • Cultural History of Crime

External Website

Select Publications

  • “Chucho el Roto in Mexico’s Post-1968 Cinema: Banditry, State Sponsored Violence, and the Alternative National Family.” Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos 30.2 (2014): 446-478.
  • “The Powerful, the Poor and the Politics of Representation in Luis Estrada’s Un mundo maravilloso (2006)” Studies in Latin American Popular Culture 32 (2014): 31-50.
  • “La Malinche Speaks Back: Colonialism and Resistance in Ireneo Paz’s Doña Marina (1883).”Bulletin of Spanish Studies. 89.5 (2012): 769-791.
  • “Heraclio Bernal: Bandit Citizen.” Decimonónica: Journal of Nineteenth Century Hispanic Cultural Production. 6.2 (2009): 46-63.
  • “Mexican Banditry and Discourses of Class: The Case of Chucho el Roto.” Latin American Research Review 44.1 (2009): 5-31.
  • “Manuel Lozada and the Politics of Mexican Barbarity.” Colorado Review of Hispanic Studies.4 (2006): 27-44.