Department of Languages


Dr. Christopher Anderson

Dr. Christopher L. Anderson

Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature
email: Christopher-Anderson@utulsa.edu

A native of Indiana, he received his undergraduate degree from Valparaiso University and his advanced degrees from Indiana University, where he wrote his doctoral dissertation under the direction of Dr. Juan L. Alborg.  He joined the faculty of The University of Tulsa in 1990

 

Research Interests:

Although Dr. Anderson is interested in all topics involving the Spanish novel from the Siglo de Oro and the Quijote to the end of the Franco era, he has recently concentrated  on the works of Vicente Blasco Ibáñez (1867-1928)
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Teaching interests:

Dr. Anderson primarily teaches Spanish literature, especially " The Modern Spanish Novel" and "Explication of Hispanic Literary Texts." He also teaches courses on Spanish cinema.

Additional Links:

Book Reviews

El Congreso Internacional Blasco Ibáñez

Valencia Conferencia May 2009