Raymond Jones

  • TA Hispanic Studies
  • Hispanic Studies
1122 Patterson Office Tower
859-257-5235
Research Interests
  • Mexican literature, history, and cultures
  • Cooking, religion, and the body in Spain and its colonies in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
  • Foundation myths and city planning in Spanish colonies
  • Colonial Latin American literature and history
  • Latin American music, literature, and pop culture
  • Spanish historical influence in the United States
  • Spanish in the South of the United States
Education
  • MA Spanish, Auburn University 2015
  • BA Spanish with Teacher Certification, Columbus State University 2013
Selected Publications: 

Cebollero, Pedro and Raymond Jones. “Societal Order, Economic Reform, and the Defense of New  Mexico Pueblo Indians in Juan Agustin de Morfi’s Account of Disorders, 1778,New Perspectives on the Eighteenth Century, vol. 15, Spring, 2018.

"Construcción social: la construcción del género masculino mexicano en Pedro Páramo de Juan Rulfo." Auburn University. Master's Theses, Foreign Languages and Literatures. Web. (2015)

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