Javier   A.  Martinez

Professor  

Office: BMAIN 1.412
Phone: (956) 882-8252
Email: javier.martinez@utrgv.edu

Dr. Javier A. Martinez





Selected Publications


  • Javier Martinez. Review of Meddling Kids. No. New York: Dead Reckonings, January (1st Quarter/Winter) 2018.

  • Javier Martinez. Videogames. Ghosts in Popular Culture and Legend. Greenwood Press, 2017.

  • Tom Prinsen, Louis Falk, and Javier Martinez. "Medical Tourism: How Far are You Willing to go to Save Money?," Quarterly Review of Business Disciplines 2, no. 3 (November 2015).

  • Javier Martinez and Art Evans. "150 Key Works of Early Science Fiction ," Vintage Visions: Essays on Early Science Fiction. Wesleyan UP, 2014: 353-356.

  • Javier Martinez and Art Evans. "Bibliography of Criticism on Early Science Fiction ," Vintage Visions: Essays on Early Science Fiction. Wesleyan UP, 2014: 357-432.

  • Javier Martinez. Reading the Impenetrable. Dead Reckonings, 2014.

  • Javier Martinez. Nobler Fun than Mere Mental Cosplay: On K.W. Jeter’s Fiendish Schemes. Los Angeles Review of Books, 2013.

  • Javier Martinez. Romantic Materialism: On Alastair Reynolds's Blue Remembered Earth. Los Angeles Review of Books, 2012.

  • Javier Martinez. Vampire Sluts, Doppelgangers, and Impossible Abodes. Dead Reckonings, 2012.

  • Javier Martinez. From Dusk 'Till Dawn. Encyclopedia of the Vampire: The Living Dead in Myth, Legend, and Popular Culture. Greenwood Press, 2011.



Selected Presentations


  • Louis Falk, Tom Prinsen, and Javier Martinez. "Medical Tourism: How Far Are You Willing To Go To Save Money?," International Academy of Business Discplines, IABD, Orlando, FL (March 2015)

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ENGL 2341 10C - Intro to Literature:
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ENGL 2341 91L - Intro to Literature:
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ENGL 3320 01I - Develop of Am Novel:
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ENGL 3320 02I - Develop of Am Novel:
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ENGL 2341 92L - Intro to Literature:
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