Degree: PhD Hispanic Literature, Indiana University, 2005
Position: Associate Professor of Spanish & RCS Chair
Research Interests: Early Modern Spanish Literature and Culture; Hagiography; Performance Theory; Theater History
Address: B-368 Wells Hall
Phone: (517) 884-6326
Anthony Grubbs is an Associate Professor of Spanish at Michigan State University. He authored The Playwright’s Perspective: Innovative Dramaturgy and Its Poetics in Early Modern Spain (ISBN 1-93194-895-1); reviewed in Comedia Performance 9 (2012): 315-17. His research on early modern theater and culture has been published in such journals as the Bulletin of the Comediantes, Hispanófila, Calíope, Comedia Performance, and Catalan Review. Professor Grubbs is currently working on a monograph-length study of the dramatic representations and visual culture associated with Saint Christopher in early and early modern Iberia. His critical edition of Vida y muerte de San Cristóbal by Juan de Benavides is forthcoming in 2021. He serves of the Board of Directors of the Association for Hispanic Classical Theater.