AboutAfrican American Literature, American Literatures, Chicana/o Literature, Film, LGBTQ* Literature, Migrant Literature, Desert Studies, Southwestern Literature, Lamentation & Elegy.
EducationPhD, English, Princeton University (2016)
MA, English, Princeton University (2012)
AB, English, Washington University in St. Louis (2009)
Work Shared in CORE
- “Unsettling Monuments of Chicanx Masculinity in Estela Portillo Trambley’s ‘Rain of Scorpions.’” In Decolonizing Latinx Masculinities, ed. Frederick Luis Aldama and Arturo Aldama. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press (2020), Pages 228-247.
Essays & Other Genres
- “Desert Futures Collective: A Conversation With Brahim El-Guabli, Jill Jarvis, and Francisco E. Robles.” Interview by Samia Henni, in Deserts Are Not Empty, ed. Samia Henni. Columbia University Press (2022), Pages 23-48.
- “Protocol, Control, Permutation.” With Stephen Yeager. https://asapjournal.com/reliquary-for-the-digital-in-nine-key-words-or-b-or-protocol-control-permutation-francisco-robles-and-stephen-yeager/
- “D’Angelo’s Slow Control.” ASAP/J, 26 April 2021. https://asapjournal.com/reliquary-for-the-digital-in-nine-key-words-or-ix-or-dangelos-slow-control-francisco-robles/
- “Lamentation, Remembrance, the Body.” In Post45 Contemporaries Forum: The Body of Contemporary Latinx Poetry, edited by Francisco E. Robles and William Orchard. <http://post45.org/2020/01/lamentation-remembrance-the-body>
- “Introduction.” Co-written with William Orchard. In Post45 Contemporaries Forum: The Body of Contemporary Latinx Poetry, edited by Francisco E. Robles and William Orchard. <https://post45.org/2020/01/the-body-of-contemporary-latina-o-x-poetry/>
- “Lamentations.” Killing the Buddha, August 6, 2019. <http://killingthebuddha.com/mag/exegesis/lamentations>