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Inma Lyons is an Assistant Professor of Spanish and the Spanish undergraduate adviser. She completed her B.A. at the University of Seville, in Seville, Spain. She earned her M.A. in Spanish and Latin American Literature at Texas A&M University-Commerce, and her Ph.D. in Modern Peninsular Literature at the University of Texas at Austin.
Her research interests include the general field of 18, 19, 20 and 21 century Spanish literature; contemporary Spanish women's narrative, and more specifically, the aesthetic and thematic features which influence women's narrative in contemporary Spain and Latin America; Colonial Literature, particularly the function of poetry and satire in the New World; and contemporary Spanish drama.
She is currently at work on a variety of projects: a book project on the construction and representation of masculine identities by contemporary Spanish women novelists; an article on intertextuality which highlights the continuing significance of picaresque narrative in contemporary novels; and several scholarly conference presentations.
Curriculum Vitae: Lyons.pdf