Benjamin Fraser is professor of Iberian and Latin American cultural studies in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, College of Humanities at the University of Arizona. His most recent books include The Art of Pere Joan: Space, Landscape and Comics Form (University of Texas Press, 2019) and Visible Cities, Global Comics: Urban Images and Spatial Form (University Press of Mississippi, 2019). He is the sole author of ten monographs, has edited nine volumes/guest-edited journal issues and has written over 80 articles and book chapters relating to comics and graphic novels, disability studies, the urban humanities and Iberian and Latin American literary, visual and cultural studies. He is editor-in-chief of Hispania, the flagship scholarly journal of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP), Founding and Executive Editor of the Journal of Urban Cultural Studies, senior editor of the Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies and co-editor of the Hispanic Urban Studies book series. At UA he serves as a member of the Disability Studies Initiative (dsi. arizona.edu) and a faculty affiliate of public and applied humanities.