Galen Yorba-Gray is a professor emeritus of Literature and Spanish. He is retired and currently living in Washington State with his wife, Joanie. His professional interests include literature and the culture of Spanish Middle Ages and that of the Golden Age, Spanish Linguistics, Spanish as a second language, and the integration of religion/ theology in conjunction with literary-cultural Spanish. His doctoral thesis, and the majority of his research projects, have focused on the reign of God as a meta-narrative in epic poetry and other literary works of the Spanish-speaking world. Lately, he has been studying the prophetic voice in Latin American and is developing a course on these themes.
Dissertations, Presentations, and Publications
El Transfondo Judeocristiano del Laberinto de Fortuna. Juan de la Cuesta, 2017.