Dr. Joshua Martin from the Department of Spanish interviews the Mexican writer, Cristina Rivera Garza about her recent work and the role of the U.S-Mexico border throughout her career. The article will be published in Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies.
His recent work includes an article on short stories by U.S.-Mexico border writer Luis Humberto Crosthwaite, which will appear in print at the journal Polifonía, and a book chapter  regarding the role of hyper-masculinity and anti-Mexican stereotypes in the 2016 Trump campaign, and as well as the historical precursors of both.  The chapter will appear  in the book Nasty Women and Bad Hombres: Historical Reflections on the 2016 Presidential Election (to be published in early 2019)