Senior Lecturer in Spanish
Terence McMullan’s teaching interests at undergraduate and postgraduate level include Modern Spanish literature, early 20th century Spanish art, and Spanish cinema. He contributes to the Spanish MA programmes in ‘Hispanic Studies’ and ‘Image and Text’. His research focusses mostly on pre-Civil War Spanish poetry seen in relation to French culture. He also works on the relationship between pictorial imagery and the written word, particularly in connection with the 1927 Generation. A recent research project explores the role of the book trade in facilitating literary and cultural contacts between Paris and Madrid in the 1920s and 30s.
The Crystal and the Snake: Aspects of French Influence on the Work of Guillen, Lorca and Cernuda (Fife: La Sirena, 2002).
Articles and Chapters
‘Un río, un amor, o el exilio como destino en Luis Cernuda’, Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies, 11, 2-3 (2005) 197-206.
‘Trading Places: crazy years of cultural exchange in Paris and Madrid’, in ed. R. Bales Challenges of Translation on French Literature (Berne, Switzerland: Peter Lang, 2005) 161-178.
‘Antonio Machado’s Monument to Memory: A José María Palacio revisited’ University of Bristol Occasional Papers Series, 35 (Dept. of Hispanic, Portuguese and Latin American Studies Bristol, 2001).
‘The American Dream in Spanish Poetry: some early twentieth-century visions of the United States’, National University of Ireland, Maynooth. NUIM Papers in Spanish, Portuguese and Latin-American Studies 1 (2000).
‘Machado, Guillén and the Castilian Countryside’, Neophilologus 84 (2000) 541-554.
Articles submitted for publication
‘Vicente Aleixandre and French Surrealist Literature’
‘Nostalgia for Spain in Lorca’s Poeta en Nueva York’
‘The Cubist dialectic in Pedro Salinas’s Entrada en Sevilla’
‘Maldoror in Madrid’ (journal article)
'The American Dream in Spanish Poetry: Some Early Twentieth-Century Visions of the United States' given at the National University of Ireland (Maynooth) on 24 February 2000. 'Antonio Machado's Monument to Memory: "A Jose Maria Palacio" Revisited' delivered during the University of Bristol's annual 'Semana Cultural' on 8 March 2001.