499Independent Research for the Master's Thesis
337Selected Topics In Peninsular Spanish Literature
324Spanish Literature:18th Century To Present Day
19th-21st-Century Spanish Literature and Culture, Medicine and Literature, Narrative, Spanish Influenza, "Fringe" discourses
"Hypnotism and the Epistemological Limits of Modernity: Alberto de Das and Leopoldo Alas." In Ryan A. Davis and Alicia Cerezo Paredes (Eds.), Modernity and Epistemology in Nineteenth-Century Spain: Fringe Discourses. Lexington Books
The Spanish Flu: Narrative and Cultural Identity in Spain, 1918. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
Modernity and Epistemology in Nineteenth-Century Spain: Fringe Discourses. Eds. Ryan A. Davis and Alicia Cerezo Paredes. New York: Lexington Books, 2017.
The Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918–1919: Perspectives from the Iberian Peninsula and the Americas. Eds. María-Isabel Porras-Gallo and Ryan A. Davis. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2014
“Modern Spain, a Myth: Regeneration through Reeducation in Santiago Ramón y Cajal’s Cuentos de vacaciones (1905).” Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 47.2 (2013): 313–35.
“Suggestive Characters: Hypnotism and Subjectivity in Blanca de los Ríos's Las hijas de Don Juan (1907).” Decimonónica 9.1 (2012).
“Don Juan versus Bacteriology: Competing Narrative Explanations of the 1918–19 ‘Spanish’ Flu Epidemic in Spain.” Ometeca 16 (2011): 171–89.
“Caught in Franco’s Web: Virtual Memories of Prisons during the Franco Regime.” Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 9.1 (2008): 89–101.
America’s Pastime in Modern Argentina: The Forgotten Role of Mormon Missionaries, 1938–42.” Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. December 8, 2017.