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Curriculum Vitae

Cipriano Antonio Cárdenas

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE



Academic Department Chair, Department of Modern Languages. The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College. 1979-1993 and 1996-2009.
Coordinator, Texas Southmost College Extension Center—Hidalgo, Texas. 1986-1987.
Founder and Director, TSC Spanish Summer Study Abroad. San Luis Potosí, Mexico. 1974-1978.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Associate Professor, Hispanic Literature, Culture and Translation Studies. The Unversity of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College. 1996-present.
Assistant Professor, Hispanic Literature and Translation Studies. The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College. 1991-1996.
Adjunct Professor, Hispanic Language, Literature and Culture. Arts & Sciences Department. Pan American University at Brownsville . 1984-1991.
Full-time Instructor, Spanish Language, Culture and Literature. Modern Language Department. Texas Southmost College. 1971-1991. Tenured in 1977.
Assistant Instructor, Spanish for Bilinguals. Texas A&M University-Kingsville. Summer 1970.
Faculty, Spanish and World History. Brownsville High School, Brownsville, Texas. 1968-1971.
Faculty, Spanish and American History. William Adams High School, Alice, Texas. Spring 1968.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (Pro bono)

2009-present ASSOCIATE EDITOR



El Novosantanderino literary journal

The University of Texas at Brownsville


2001-2010 SPANISH EDITOR

Breakfast Serials, Inc., Denver Colorado


2004-present LEAD TRANSLATOR

Roman Catholic Benedictine Monastery of the Good Shepherd

Starr County, Texas
2001-2003 SPANISH EDITOR

Kid Scoop, Inc., Sonoma, California


ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS
1968 B.A. (Spanish and History), College of Arts and Sciences, Texas A&M University-Kingsville.

Texas Lifetime Professional Teaching Certificate—Secondary Education (Spanish and History).


1970 M.A. (Spanish Literature), School of Graduate Studies, Texas A&M University-Kingsville. Title of Master’s thesis: Unamuno ante la crítica.

60 Graduate Credit-Hours in Spanish Literature above the Master’s degree.


Texas Tech University, Ph.D. Spanish Program, Department of Romance & Classical Literatures.

University of Northern Iowa, Department of Modern Languages.

Pan American University, Department of Modern Languages & Literatures.

Graduate Study Abroad

Instituto Antonio Machado (Soria, Spain).

Universidad de Salamanca (Spain).

Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí (Mexico).


COURSES TAUGHT

Graduate Courses

New Course Topics: Design, Revision and Implementation:

SPAN 6339 Chicano Narrative. 2004 and 2010.

SPAN 6380 Literary Translation. 2003 and 2005.

SPAN 6341 Antonio Machado. 2006. (Taught in Spain)

SPAN 6341 Unamuno y la crisis de la fe. 2006. (Taught in Spain)

SPAN 6370 Religious Literature of Medieval Spain. 2006. (Taught in Spain)

SPAN 6380 Problems & Issues related to Language: Spanish Placement Tests. 1998.
Advanced Undergraduate Courses

New Courses / Topics: Design, Revision and Implementation:

SPAN 3335 Topic: Literary Translation. 2004 and 2005.

SPAN 3340 Topic: The Mexican Revolution in Literature & Film. 2010.

SPAN 4303 Hispanic Civilization. 2006.

SPAN 4311 The Mexican Novel. 2003 and 2013.

SPAN 4371 Chicano Narrative. 1995-present.

SPAN 4373 Topic: Contemporary Mexican and Chicano Literature. 2013.

SPAN 4373 Topic: Conquests & Cultural Encounters in Colonial Hispanic America. 2010-present.

SPAN 4392 Senior Seminar. 1998-2001.
Traditional Advanced Undergraduate Courses

SPAN 3301 Spanish Literature 1100-1750. 1992-present.

SPAN 3302 Spanish Literature 1750-present. 2006 and 2010.

SPAN 3303 Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition. 2012.

SPAN 3309 Contemporary Spanish Literature. 1991-present.

SPAN 4304 Spanish Lyric Poetry. 2003.

SPAN 4307 The Spanish American Novel. 1997.


PUBLICATIONS

Book-length Manuscripts, Refereed Journal Articles, Books Chapters

Spanish Language Journalism in the Lower Texas-Mexico Border.

Book-length manuscript. In-progress.


“El periodismo y la preservación cultural mexicana en el sur de Texas: ” Interculturalidad: Educación, Sujetos y SaberesConciencias Humanas y Sociales. Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas. Cd. Victoria, Tamaulipas (México). 2014.
“La religiosidad y la literatura infantil en la Nueva España.” Puentes: La religiosidad y la literatura. Ed. Jesús Rosales, Vol. III, Number 4. College of Arts and Humanities. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. 2013.
“Presentación: Dedicación de obra literaria a Nuevo Santander.” Novosantanderino literary journal. Ed. Juan Antonio González, Assoc. Ed. Cipriano Cárdenas. Vol. 8, No. 1. The University of Texas at Brownsville. Fall 2010.
“Introducción. La primera voz que oí, poetry book (ISBN: 978-0-615-27586-4). Brenda Nettles Riojas. Amateditorial Press, Zapopan, Jalisco (Mexico). Second printing. April 2009.
“Gilberto Cerda: Pioneer Hispanic-American Journalist.” Valleywood. Ed. Juan Montoya. Issue 2,Vol. I. Brownsville, Texas. June 2007.
“Brownsville and The Herald in the 1940’s.” Studies in Rio Grande Valley History. Ed. Milo Kearney, Anthony Knopp, Antonio Zavaleta, Vol. 6. The University of Texas at Brownsville. Spring 2005.
“Cambios culturales y sociales reflejados en la prensa hispánica del Valle del Río Grande de Texas.” Puentes: Revista méxico-chicana de literatura, cultura y arte. Ed. Jesús Rosales, Vol. I, Number 1. College of Arts and Humanities. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Spring 2003.
“Dedicatoria en Memoria de don Américo Paredes: 1915-1999.” Novosantanderino literary Journal. Ed. Juan Antonio González. Vol. 4, No. 1. The University of Texas at Brownsville. 2002.
“Dedicatoria al Profesor y Escritor Rolando R. Hinojosa-Smith.” Novosantanderino literary Journal. Ed. Juan Antonio González. Vol. 3, No. 1. The University of Texas at Brownsville.

Spring 2000.


“Hispanic Journalism in Brownsville, Texas.” Studies in Matamoros and Cameron County History. Ed. Milo Kearney, Anthonlly Knopp, Antonio Zavaleta. Vol. 1, No. 2.

The University of Texas at Brownsville. 1997.


“The Teaching of Native and Second Languages and the Language Teaching-Profession.” Faculty Exchange. Texas Southmost College. 1984.
“El Cid Campeador: Patriota Nacional.” South Texas Journal of Research and the Humanities. Ed. Antonio Zavaleta, Robert Maril, Gene Paull. Vol. 2, No. 2. Texas Southmost College. Fall 1978.
“Regional Spanish Usage Causes Controvery.” Interview and article by newspaper reporter Juan Montoya. Published in The Brownsville Herald and reprinted in numerous Freedom newspapers.

April 1977.


PUBLICATIONS—CREATIVE ENDEAVORS

Refereed Literary Journals


Original Creative Prose
“Día de la Raza.” Interstice literary journal, Vol. 7. Department of English. South Texas College-McAllen. Spring 2011.
“Doce de Octubre.” ALUD: The Literary and Cultural Journal of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Vol. 3, No. 1. University of California at Irvine. Fall 2010.
“Sueño oscuro en la zona de intolerancia.” Pegaso. Ed. José Juan Colín. University of Oklahoma Press. Fall 2009.
“Doce de Octubre.” Toreteo: Revista de Inquietudes. Madrid, Spain. June 2009.
“Sueño oscuro en la Zona de Intolerancia.” Novosantanerino. Ed. Juan Antonio González. Vol. 6.

The University of Texas at Brownsville. Fall 2007.


“Sueño oscuro en la Zona de Intolerancia.” Puentes: El cuento en la frontera literary journal.

Ed. Jesús Rosales. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Fall 2005.


“Doce de Octubre.” A Quien Corresponda literary review. Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, Mexico. July 2000.
“Doce de Octubre.” El Novosantanderino literary journal. Ed. Juan Antonio González.

The University of Texas at Brownsville. Fall 1998.


“La zona intolerante.” Revista Literaria Panamericana. Ed. Jorge Green Huie.

The University of Texas-Pan American at Brownsville. Spring 1983.


“The Initiation Rite.” Pan American Literary Review. Ed. George K. Green. English translation: Samuel Méndez and José Jiménez. The University of Texas-Pan American at Brownsville.

Spring 1983.



Creative Endeavors

Refereed Literary Journals Original Creative Works—Poetry
“Un patrón.” Puentes: Revista méxico-chicana de literatura, cultura y arte. Ed. Jesús Rosales.

Arizona State University. Fall 2008.


“Espejismo.” Novosantanderino literary journal. Ed. Juan Antonio González. Vol. 6, No. 2.

The University of Texas at Brownsville. Fall 2006.


“Zacarías Taylor.” Hybrido literary review. Graduate School and University Center of the City of New York. Fall 2000.
“Un Patrón.” Novosantanderino literary journal. Ed. Jorge Green Huie. Vol. 1, No.1.

The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College. Summer 1996.


“Palo Alto.” Borders Review. Ed. Antonio Ramírez. Vol. 3, No. 1. The University of Texas at Brownsville. Spring 1996.
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