Oliver Buckton is Professor and Chair of the Department of English at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida. He teaches courses in Victorian and modern British literature, film, literary theory, and espionage fiction. At FAU he has developed several fully-online courses including one on James Bond and Ian Fleming. He is the author of Secret Selves: Confession and Same-Sex Desire in Victorian Autobiography (1998), Cruising with Robert Louis Stevenson: Travel, Narrative, and the Colonial Body (2007), Espionage in British Literature and Film Since 1900: The Changing Enemy (2015), The Many Facets of Diamonds Are Forever: James Bond on Page and Screen (2019) and The World is Not Enough: A Biography of Ian Fleming (2021). He has also published essays on various Victorian and twentieth-century authors including Charles Dickens, Oscar Wilde, Olive Schreiner, Doris Lessing, Len Deighton, and Frederick Forsyth. He has twice been the recipient of Florida Atlantic University's Creative Scholar of the Year Award (1998-99, 2008-09). He was selected as Lifelong Learning Society Distinguished Professor in Arts and Humanities for 2015-16. In 2021, Oliver Buckton was a Fulbright Senior Scholar at the University of Málaga, Spain, where he researched and taught on international spy fiction.