Luis Álvarez-Castro is Professor of Spanish in the department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies at the University of Florida, where he serves as associate chair and graduate coordinator. His research centers on nineteenth- and twentieth-century Spanish literature and culture, along with contemporary representations of that period. He is the author of Los espejos del yo: Existencialismo y metaficción en la narrativa de Unamuno (2015); La palabra y el ser en la teoría literaria de Unamuno (2005); and El universo femenino de Ángel Ganivet (1996). He is the editor of Approaches to Teaching the Works of Miguel de Unamuno (2020), and has published annotated editions of several nineteenth-century literary works, such as Ángel Ganivet’s Teatro y poesía; Luis Bonafoux’s El avispero; and Eugenio Antonio Flores’s Trata de blancas. His current projects include an annotated edition of Eduardo López Bago’s Carne importada. He is co-editor of the journal Decimonónica, and associate editor of the journals Siglo Diecinueve and Hispania.