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Julián Arribas, Ph.D.

Hitchcock 111B
Modern Languages & Literatures 
Creighton University 
2500 California Plaza
Omaha, Nebraska 68178

Phone (402) 280-3709
Fax     (402) 280-3703
jarribas@creighton.edu

Education

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Ph.D., Romance Languages and Literatures: Spanish.

Universidad de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain.
M.A. Studies, Social Psychology.

Universidad Pontificia, Salamanca, Spain.
B.S. Psychology.

Specialty

Golden Age Literature

Courses Taught

Masterworks of the Golden Age.
Cervantes and the Quixote.
Golden Age Poetry.
Spanish Short Story
Don Juan Tenorio.
Visions of Foreign Film
Introduction to Literature.
Spanish Literature (Medieval & Golden Age).
Spanish Civilization and Culture.
Language Courses

Major Publications

Luis Gálvez de Montalvo, El pastor de Fílida. Edición crítica, introducción y notas de Julián Arribas Rebollo. Albatros-Hispanófila Siglo XXI, No. 63, Valencia, 2006 (484 pages).
Funded by a 2003-04 Research Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

“Una elegía funeral inserta en El pastor de Fílida.” Published in Calíope, vol. 9, no. 1 (2003), 35-66, a journal of the Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry.

Arribas Rebollo, Julián [et al.]: Temas de retórica hispana renacentista. Prólogo de Tomás Albadalejo. México: UNAM, 2000.

Jorge de Montemayor, Los siete libros de la Diana. Edición crítica e introducción de Julián Arribas. London: Tamesis, 1996 (372 pages). Reprint 2004.

"Lexical Notes of Amor, Tiempo and Fortuna in the Poems of the Spanish Pastoral Romances." Published in Romance Notes, vol. XXXVII, no 1 (1996), 75-88.

Biography

Dr. Arribas is a specialist in the Spanish literatures of the Golden Age, and more specifically in the pastoral romance. He is the author of two critical editions of pastoral romances which examine the textual and critical aspects of those works and determine their definitive text. His articles have appeared in referred professional journals, such as Romance Notes or Calíope. Arribas is currently working on a new book which is an examination of the ideas of beauty, love and gender roles in the literatures of the Spanish Golden Age.  Arribas has been the recipient of numerous research fellowships including a National Endowment for the Humanities.