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Dr. Sergio Martínez

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Office: Centennial 222
Phone: 512.245.3071


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.

Courses Taught:


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