Domingo Sánchez-Mesa Martínez

Full professor (Literary Theory & Comparative Literature at Granada University)

Domingo Sánchez-Mesa Martínez is full professor in Literary Theory & Comparative Literature at Granada University (UGR).

He has been the academic supervisor of the official undergraduate program in Audiovisual Communication (UGR, 2010-2015). As researcher, he has more than 60 titles (books and scientific articles) on various fields: contemporary literary theory (Literatura y cultura de la responsabilidad, on Mikhaíl Bakhtin’s work and thought), comparative literature (on Francisco Ayala, Enrique Vila-Matas or Claudio Magris), Spanish poetry (XX-XXI), interart and intermedial studies (adaptations literature-cinema-videogames) or imagology of immigration in literature & cinema (he coordinates the Project “Images of immigration”, UGR). A major trend in his publications is cyberculture and new media (member of the research group on e-literature Hermeneia) from where he is developing as director the current research Project “Nar_Trans” (Narrativas Transmediales 2014-2016).

He has also been guest professor at UMass Amherst (fall 2012) and guest lecturer at CUNY (Graduate Center, NY), Columbia Univ. (Barnard College), KULeuven (Be), Beijing-Beida (Ch) or Passau (Ge) among other foreign universities. At a national level, he has been guest lecturer at a number of postgraduate programs in Comparative Literature & Cultural Studies at Barcelona (UAB & UB), Santiago de Compostela USC) or Seville (US) as in Film Studies and Screen Writing in Madrid (Carlos III) or Cordoba (UCO). He was the academic director of the Spanish Language & culture Courses of the International University Menéndez Pelayo (UIMP,Santander 2001-2005), and International e-Learning Network Coordinator at the CEVUG (Centro de Enseñanzas Virtuales, UGR, 2001-2004). He belongs to the Steering Committee of ASETEL (Asociación Española de Teoría de la Literatura), as well as to several academic journals’ scientific boards in communication, cultural & literary studies.


  • Universidad de Granada
  • Ministerio de economía y competitividad