Dr T Fisher

Queen Sofía Research Fellow and College Lecturer in Spanish, Exeter College
Co-Convener of the Medieval & Golden Age Research Seminar and the Modern Spanish & Spanish-American Research Seminar; Convener of the Golden Age Reading Group
Address:  Exeter College, Turl Street, Oxford OX1 3DP
Email:   tyler.fisher@mod-langs.ox.ac.uk
Tel:   01865 279624

Research

Tyler Fisher works principally on metaliterary and self-reflexive imagery in Spanish poetry, autobiography, and short fiction. His ongoing research projects include a study of autobiographical testimonies from inquisitional procesos, and an analysis of microcuentos by the present-day author José María Merino.

Teaching

All papers for the first-year Spanish course; Papers II, VII, X, XII, XIV for the Final Honours School in Spanish

Selected Publications

‘Perilous Metaphors’, The Times Literary Supplement, 5548 (2009), 20.

‘On Constructs and Insights: Revisiting Robert Pring-Mill’s “Interaction View” of Conceits for a Reading of Conceptista Devotional Verse’, Hispanic Research Journal, 10.1 (2009), 37-50.

‘Imagining Lope’s Lyric Poetry in the “Soneto primero” of the Rimas’, in: A Companion to Lope de Vega (London: Tamesis, 2008), 63-77.

Translator, José Martí’s Ismaelillo (San Antonio: Wings Press, 2007).

‘Heráclito cristianizado y David imitado en los Salmos de Quevedo’, La Perinola: Revista de Investigación Quevediana, 11 (2007): 305-16.

‘Of Cautivas and Collares: Re-Figuring the Ideology behind a lo divino Poetry’, Calíope: Journal of the Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry, 12.2 (2006), 39-60.

‘The Synergy of Location and Narrative Performance’,  West Virginia University Philological Papers, 49 (2002), 92-103.  With Barry Mauer.

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