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Gregory Utley

Gregory Utley

Title: Associate Professor of Spanish
Department: Literature and Languages
Building: BUS246
Email: gutley@uttyler.edu
Phone: 903.566.7464

Degrees

B.A., Economics San Jose State University 1987

M.A., Spanish Fresno State Unviersity 1992

Ph.D., Romance Languages: Spanish The Univesity of New Mexico 1997

Biography

Gregory Utley, Associate Professor of Spanish, specializes in contemporary Colombian narrative. He has published articles on the fiction of R. H. Moreno-Durán and Fanny Buitrago, and is currently working on article over La virgen de los sicarios by Fernando Vallejo. He has taught a wide range of courses, including Intermediate Spanish, Spanish Composition, Advanced Spanish Grammar, the History of the Spanish Language, Latin American Literature Surveys, the Spanish American Short Story, the Contemporary Latin American Novel, and Senior Seminars on Gabriel García Márquez and “Nobel Prize Winners in Literature from Spanish America.”

Selected Publications:

Irony, Reality, and Satire: R. H. Moreno Duran's Metropolitanas By: Utley, Gregory J.; Confluencia: Revista Hispánica de Cultura y Literatura, 1999 Fall; 15 (1): 82-91.

R. H. Moreno-Durán y la narrativa colombiana actual By: Utley, Gregory J.;. pp. II: 116-36 IN: Jaramillo, María Mercedes (ed.); Osorio, Betty (ed.); Robledo, Angela I. (ed.); Literatura y cultura: Narrativa colombiana del siglo XX, I: La nación moderna: Identidad; II: Diseminación, cambios, desplazamientos; III: Hibridez y alteridades. Bogotá, Colombia: Ministerio de Cultura; 2000.

The Development of Subjectivity in Fanny Buitrago's Señora de la miel By: Utley, Gregory; Hispanic Journal, 2004 Spring-Fall; 25 (1-2): 131-43.

Curriculum Vitae

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