Dr. Adrian Kane is an Associate Professor in the Department of World Languages. Dr. Kane received his doctorate in Spanish from University of California, Riverside. His teaching and research interests include Latin American fiction, avant-garde and postmodern fiction, and Mexican and Central American literature and culture. Dr. Kane recently published papers in Istmo: Revista Virtual de Estudios Literarios y Culturales Centroamericanos and the Bulletin of Spanish Studies.
Blood in the Water: Salvadoran Rivers of Testimony and Resistance, Hispanic Issues On Line (2013)
From the 1970s to the early 1990s the dominant forms of literary production in El...
Humor, Irony and Surrealism in Luis Cardoza y Aragón’s Maelstrom: Films telescopiados (1926), Brújula (2012)
Guatemalan novelist and critic Arturo Arias has suggested that the disappearance of the socialist block...
Ludics as Subversion in Arturo Arias’s Sopa de Caracol (2002), Bulletin of Spanish Studies (2009)
El Tigre de Flavio Herrera: Entre el Criollismo y el Vanguardismo, Istmo: Revista Virtual de Estudios Literarios y Culturales Centroamericanos (2008)
En su prólogo a la novela El tigre, Francisco Albizúrez Palma la describe como “una...
The Natural World in Latin American Literatures: Ecocritical Essays on Twentieth Century Writings, Faculty Authored Books (2010)
This volume advances the ecocritical conversation among Latin Americanists, furthering insight into the relationship between...
Blood in the Water: Rivers and Resistance in Central American Literature and Film, 66th Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association (2012)
In the 1970s and 80s the dominant forms of literary production in El Salvador, Guatemala,...
Surrealism in Miguel Ángel Asturias’s Leyendas de Guatemala, 94th Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (2012)
Nature and the Discourse of Modernity in Spanish American Avant-Garde Fiction, Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association National Conference (2009)