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Paul Fallon

Associate Professor
Hispanic Studies
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Dept. Foreign Languages & Literatures
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Greenville, NC 27858-4353


Advanced B.A. Philosophy, Occidental College, Los Angeles
M.A. Spanish, University of Kansas
Ph.D. Spanish, University of Kansas


HNRS 2011. Encountering the Americas in the New South (service learning course)
FORL 2666. Latino Texts.
SPAN 4700/5700. Seminar: Literature and Media.
SPAN 4700/5700. Seminar: Images of Youth in 20th C. Mexico
SPAN 4560. Major Latin-American Authors
SPAN 2441. Latin-American Culture and Civilization
SPAN 1003. Spanish Level 3
SPAN 1001. Spanish Level 1


Literary and Cultural Studies of Greater Mexico
Latino/a American Literary and Cultural Studies
Border Studies, Electronic and Mass Media, and Critical Theory


Journal Articles:

  • "Controlling (border) lines: Daniel Sada's Registro de causantes and the demands for (border) narrative" Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 87.5 (2010): 585-602.
  • "Time for (a Reading) Community?: The Border Literary Field in the 1980s and 1990s." Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos 25.1 (2009): 47-70.
  • "Staging a Protest: Fictions, Experiences and the Narrator's Shifting Position in Las aventuras de don Chipote o Cuando los pericos mamen." Confluencia 23.1 (2007): 115-27.
  • "La luna siempre será un amor difícil: Bordering on Consuming (and) Nationalizing Narratives." Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 8 (2004): 41-58.
  • "Sobre a construcción do corpo político galego en Tic-Tac, de Suso de Toro." Anuario de Estudios Literarios Galegos 1998: 141-57.

Book Chapters

  • "What's real and what's not? Negotiating Questions of (Doing It Your)Self, Community and Realism in Washington Heights" (Ideology, Politics, and Demands in Spanish Language, Literature and Film, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012). 294-305.
  • "Negotiating (a border literary) community online en la línea" Latin American Cyberculture and Cyberliterature. Thea Pitman and Claire Taylor, eds. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2007. 161-74.

Book Reviews:

  • Rev. of Our Lost Border: Essays on Life amid the Narco-violence, Eds. Sarah Cortex and Sergio Troncoso, Camino Real 10 (2014, forthcoming).
  • Rev. of For Tranquility and Order. Family and Community on Mexico's Northern Frontier, 1800-1850 by Laura M. Shelton. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 90.1 (2013): 113-14.
  • Rev. of Utopian Dreams, Apocalyptic Nightmares: Globalization in Recent Mexican and Chicano Narrative by Miguel López-Lozano. Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 12 (2008): 289-90.
  • Rev. of José Revueltas: Una poética de la disidencia, by Javier Durán. Chasqui: Revista de literatura latinoamericana. 34.2 (2005): 159-61.
  • Rev. of Science, Technology, and Latin American Narrative in the Twentieth Century and Beyond, by Jerry Hoeg. Studies in Twentieth Century Literature (2001) 27.1: 199-201.


  • Crosthwaite, Luis Humberto. "Pieces from Lo que estará en mi corazón." Puro Border: Dispatches, Snapshots, and Graffiti. El Paso, TX: Cinco Puntos P, 2002. 59-68.




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