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R. John McCaw

Associate Professor-Spanish Peninsular Literature
 (414) 229-4912
 Curtin Hall 707

Degrees

PhD, Princeton University, 1994
MA, Princeton University, 1991
BA, University of California-Berkeley, 1989\

Teaching Areas

16th and 17th Century Hispanic Literature and Culture
Spanish and Latin American Civilization
Hispanic Cultural Studies

Selected Publications

McCaw, Robert J., ed. El villano en su rincón (Edition of Lope de Vega’s Play). Cervantes & Co, 2016.
McCaw, Robert J. ““A Poetics Sacralized: Luis de Góngora’s Soledades as Religious Rhetoric in Luis de Tejeda’s ‘Romance sobre su vida’”.” Hispanófila. (2013): 3-22.
McCaw, Robert J., and Spinnenweber, Kathleen T., eds. Anthology of Spanish Golden Age Poetry. European Masterpieces, 2007: 192 pp.
McCaw, Robert J. ‘Transforming Phaethon: Cervantes, Ovid, and Sancho Panza’s Wild Ride’. _The Changing Face of Ovid’s Metamorphoses in Medieval and Early Modern Europe_. Eds. Alison Keith and Stephen Rupp. (Toronto: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2007), 2007: 239-250.
Molina, Tirso de. El burlador de Sevilla y el convidado de piedra. Ed. McCaw, Robert J. Cervantes and Co., 2003.
McCaw, Robert J. “The Wild Man Reads Castiglione: Garcilaso, Courtly Love, and the Civiling Function of Poetry.” Convergencias Hispánicas: Selected Proceedings and Other Essays on Spanish Latin American Literature, Film, and Linguistics. Ed. Scarlett, Elizabeth, and Wescott, Howard B. Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs, (2001): 261-269.
McCaw, Robert J. The Transforming Text: A Study of Luis de Góngora’s Soledades. Scripta Humanistica, 2000.