Juan Martínez Millán



Juan Martínez Millán

Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish
370 O'Dowd Hall
(248) 370-2068
martinezmillan@oakland.edu


Degrees
Ph.D. in Spanish Literature, University of Virginia (2015)

M.A. in Spanish Literature, University of Virginia (2010)
Licenciatura in Hispanic Philology, Universidad de Sevilla (2006)

Juan Martínez Millán joined Oakland University as a Visiting Assistant Professor in 2015. 
His research interests include Latin American Boom writers, Magical Realism in Global Literature, the Avant-garde, and Hemispheric American studies. He teaches Composition and Conversation, Translation, Grammar Review, Second Year Spanish II, and Introduction to Spanish Language and Culture I.


Selected Publications

Articles:

“El laberinto espacio-temporal en dos relatos de El llano en llamas de Juan

Rulfo: Función y estructura en ‘No oyes ladrar a los perros’ y ‘Es que
somos muy

pobres’” in Romance Quarterly 58.1 (2011): 54-63.

“Notas en torno a la metapoesía de José Emilio Pacheco en No me preguntes

cómo pasa el tiempo.” A Contracorriente. 10.1 (Fall 2012): 504-517.