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DANA C. BULTMAN

Curriculum Vitae (1/2016)

Department of Romance Languages

211 Gilbert Hall

(706) 542-3177

dbultman@uga.edu

http://www.rom.uga.edu/
113 Snapfinger Way

Athens, GA 30605

(706) 206-7069


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EDUCATION

University of Wisconsin-Madison: Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, 1998

Dissertation Title: The Music of Syrinx: The Voice in Pastoral

Director: Jane Tylus

Residence in Spain / Research at the Biblioteca Nacional, 1993-1998

University of Wisconsin-Madison: MA in Comparative Literature, 1990

University of Wisconsin-Madison: B.A. Graduated with Distinction, 1989

Majors: Spanish and Comparative Literature

Year Abroad at the Universidad Complutense, Madrid, 1987-1988
ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

University of Georgia, Department of Romance Languages, tenure granted April 2008

Associate Professor of Spanish, August 2008-present

Assistant Professor of Spanish, 2001-2008

University of Iowa, Department of Spanish and Portuguese

Visiting Assistant Professor, 1999-2001

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Comparative Literature

Lecturer, 1998-1999

Teaching Assistant, 1990-1993
ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

Associate Academic Director for Public Programs, Willson Center for Humanities & Arts, 2014-present

Associate Head, UGA Department of Romance Languages, 2008-2011

Graduate Coordinator, UGA Department of Romance Languages, 2005-2008


RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS

Early Modern Spanish Literature, Lyric Poetry, Women Writers, Literary and Critical Theory,

Latina/o Studies
AWARDS, GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS

UGA Teaching Academy, membership granted 2015

CTL Senior Teaching Fellowship, 2015-16

FIFE Exchange with Dr. Sizen Yiacoup, University of Liverpool, 2014-15

Sandy Beaver Excellence in Teaching Award, 2012

Willson Center Research Fellowship, 2009-2010

Willson Center Collaborative Instruction Grant with Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor, 2008

Lilly Teaching Fellow, 2004-2005

CHA Junior Faculty Research Grant, 2004

UGARF Faculty Research Grant, 2003

Sarah Moss Fellowship Faculty Development Grant, 2002

University of Wisconsin-Madison Graduate Student Fellowship, 1989-1990

Laurent Karim Makward Memorial Study Abroad Scholarship, 1987

BOOK

Heretical Mixtures: Feminine and Poetic Opposition to Matter-Spirit Dualism in Spain,

1531-1631. Valencia: Albatros-Hispanófila Siglo XXI, 2007. 229 pp.

Reviewed in: Bulletin of Spanish Studies, Calíope, Cincinnati Romance Review,



Criticón, Hispania, Renaissance Quarterly, Sixteenth Century Journal
BOOK IN PROGRESS

Norte de los estados by Francisco de Osuna (1531): A Critical Edition. (under contract with Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies)
ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS

“Social Class” in Using Primary Sources, Ed. Jonathan Hogg. Liverpool University Press (forthcoming).


“Jealousy in María de Zayas’s Intercalated Poetry: Lyric Illness and Narrative Cure” in Golden Age Poetry in Motion, Eds. Jean Andrews and Isabel Torres. Woodbridge, England: Tamesis, 2013: Woodbridge, England: Tamesis, 2014: 145-163.
“Conceptualización de la naturaleza creativa: Góngora y Luis Martín de la Plaza en Flores de poetas ilustres (1605)” en Los géneros poéticos del Siglo de Oro: Centros y periferias, Eds. Rodrigo Cacho Casal y Anne Holloway. Woodbridge, England: Tamesis, 2013: 295-312.
“Humanist and Mystical Understanding in Luis de León’s ‘Noche serena’ and John of the Cross’s ‘La noche oscura.’” Approaches to Teaching Teresa of Avila and the Spanish Mystics. Ed. Alison Weber. New York: Modern Language Association, 2009: 232-239.

“Fray Luis de León.” Dictionary of Literary Biography Volume 318: Sixteenth-Century Spanish Writers. Ed. Gregory B. Kaplan. Columbia, SC: Bruccoli, Clarke & Layman, Inc., 2006: 138-146.


“Sixteenth-Century Spanish Humanism.” Dictionary of Literary Biography Volume 318: Sixteenth-Century Spanish Writers. Ed. Gregory B. Kaplan. Columbia, SC: Bruccoli, Clarke & Layman, Inc., 2006: 296-304.
“Góngora y Cristobalina Fernández en Córdoba: lucha de ingenios por el legado cultural de Santa Teresa de Jesús.” Edad de Oro Cantabrigense: Actas del VII congreso de la Asociación Internacional del Siglo de Oro (AISO), (Robinson College, Cambridge, 18-22 julio, 2005). Ed. Anthony J. Close. AISO, 2006: 121-127.
“De un imperio a otro: El diálogo de la lengua de Juan de Valdés y un concepto del lenguaje para el nuevo milenio.” Actas del Congreso “El Siglo de Oro en el Nuevo milenio.” Ed. Carlos Mata Induráin. Pamplona, Spain: GRISO, 2005: 311-321.
“The Early Modern Sonnet's Lessons of Petrarchism and Militarism.” Ed. Edward Friedman. Calíope 11.2 (2005): 33-43.
“Góngora’s Invocation of Prudente Cónsul: Censorship and Humanist Doubts about his Lyric Language.” Hispanófila 142 (2004): 1-19.

“Scripted Oralities circa 1607-1617: Language and Intention in Góngora’s Las firmezas de Isabela and Lope’s Lo fingido verdadero.” Bulletin of the Comediantes 55.1 (2003): 47-67.


“Shipwreck as Heresy: Placing Góngora’s Poetry in the Wake of Renaissance Epic, Fray Luis and the Christian Kabbala.” Hispanic Review 70.3 (2002): 413-432.
“La flauta de Pan y el suplemento español al texto de Alciato.” Literatura Emblemática Hispánica. Ed. Sagrario López Poza. La Coruña: Universidade da Coruna, 1996: 379-387.
BOOK REVIEWS

Anne J. Cruz, ed. and trans. The Life and Writings of Luisa de Carvajal y Mendoza. The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe. Toronto: Iter / Center for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2014. (forthcoming in Calíope).


Aurora Egido y José Enrique Laplana Eds. Saberes humanísticos y formas de vida. Usos y abusos. Bulletin of Spanish Studies 92.6 (2015): 1017-1018.
Benito Remigio Noydens. Decisiones prácticas y morales para curas, confesores y Capellanes de los ejércitos y armadas. Avisos políticos, ardides militares y medios para afianzar los buenos sucesos de la guerra. Edición, introducción y notas de Elena del Río Parra. Bulletin of Spanish Studies 87.2 (2010): 265-266.
Fox, Gwyn. Subtle Subversions: Reading Golden Age Sonnets by Iberian Women. Calíope 15.1 (2009): 133-136.
José Ramón Alcántara Mejía. La escondida senda: Poética y hermenéuticaen la obra castellana de Fray Luis de León. Calíope 12.1 (2006): 102-104.
William Egginton. How the World Became a Stage. Bulletin of the Comediantes 57.1 (2005): 217-219.
Barbara A. Simerka and Christopher B. Weimar, Eds. Echoes and Inscriptions: Comparative Approaches to Early Modern Spanish Literatures. Calíope 9.1 (2003): 104-107.
INVITED LECTURES

“Franciscan and Nahua Concepts of Winds, Heart and Heat: Turning the Tables on the Soul in Colonial Mexico.” University of Liverpool, March, 2015


“What Can Renaissance Marriage Manuals Tell Us About Past Controversies Regarding Matrimony?” Ohio Wesleyan University, March, 2010
“When Don Quixote Married Dulcinea: Fiestas in Córdoba in 1614.” Oberlin Colloquium: 400 Years of Don Quixote. Oberlin College, April, 2005

CONFERENCE PAPERS

  1. “The Castilian Crossings of Marguerite de Navarre’s L’Heptaméron.” Thirteenth Biennial Conference of the Grupo de Estudios sobre la Mujer en España y las Américas (pre-1800) (GEMELA), University of Lisbon, Portugal. September, 2014

  2. “Reconsidering María de Zayas’s Poetry in Context: Lyric Illness and Narrative Cure.” Eleventh Biennial Conference of the Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry, University of Virginia. October, 2013

  3. “Jealousy in María de Zaya’s Intercalated Poetry.” Twelfth Biennial Conference of the Grupo de Estudios sobre la Mujer en España y las Américas (pre-1800) (GEMELA), University of Portland, Oregon. September, 2012

  4. “Interioridad y personificación del mundo natural en Flores de poetas ilustres de España.” Tenth Biennial Conference of the Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry, Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland. September, 2011

  5. “Vocabularies of Self: Fashioning, Shattering, and Convention.” Eleventh Biennial Conference of the Grupo de Estudios sobre la Mujer en España y las Américas (pre-1800) (GEMELA), Mount Holyoke and UMass-Amherst. September, 2010

  6. “A Valuable Division of the Self in Nahua and Franciscan Concepts of the Soul” Conference on Religion in the Hispanic Baroque: The First Atlantic Culture and Its Legacy, University of Liverpool. May, 2010

  7. “Secular Venues and the Nature of Autonomy in the Sonnets of Hipólita Narváez.” Ninth Biennial Conference of the Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. November, 2009

  8. “Women’s Souls and Subjectivity After Trent.” Tenth Biennial Conference of the Grupo de Estudios sobre la Mujer en España y las Américas (pre-1800) (GEMELA), University of California, Longbeach, CA. October, 2008

  9. “Francisco de Osuna’s Norte de los Estados (1531): Spiritual Guide and Marriage Manual for Lay People.” Sixth Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. April, 2008

  10. “Wives as Spiritual Teachers in the Material World: A Spanish Mystic's Explicit Guide for Married Learners.” Renaissance Society of America annual meeting, Chicago, IL. April, 2008

  11. “Mezclas heréticas: oposición poética al dualismo entre materia y espíritu.” Eighth Biennial Conference of the Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry, University of Córdoba, Córdoba, Spain, October, 2007

  12. “The Pleasure of Teaching: The Alumbrada María de Cazalla in the Context of Erasmus and Francisco de Osuna.” AEEA-AHCT Conference. Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., October, 2006

  13. “Marriage in Humanism and Popular Allegories of the Turtledove.” Seventh Biennial Conference of the Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry, University of Miami, Coral Gables FL, November, 2005

  14. “Góngora y Cristobalina Fernández: sus representaciones poéticas de Teresa de Jesús en el ambiente popular de las fiestas Cordobesas descritas por fray Diego de San José.” Seventh Conference of the Asociación Internacional del Siglo de Oro. University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom, July, 2005

  15. “Biographical Myths of Cristobalina Fernández: Love, Slaves, and Maiden Aunts.” Eighth Biennial Conference of the Asociación de Escritoras de España y las Américas (1330-1800). University of Houston, Houston, TX. October, 2004

  16. “Recogimiento and Cristobalina Fernández de Alarcón’s Lyric Voice.” Sixth Biennial Conference of the Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry. Boston University, Boston, MA. October, 2003

  17. “De un imperio a otro: España, Estados Unidos y las identidades híbridas de la época postcolonial.” El Siglo de Oro en el nuevo milenio: historia, crítica y teoría literaria. Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain. September, 2003

  18. “The Experimental Poetic Joust of 1614 in Córdoba: Representations of Teresa de Jesús by Cristobalina Fernández and Luis de Góngora.” Ninth Annual Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. March, 2003

  19. “Francisca Hernández, María de Cazalla and the Case Against the Early Sixteenth-Century Alumbrados’ Creation of Interiority.” Mid-America conference of Hispanic Literature. Washington University, St. Louis, MO. September, 2002

  20. “From Soul to Literary Self: Cervantes and Quevedo on Resistance to the Soldier’s Role.” Ninth Annual Meeting of the Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies. Philadelphia, PA. November, 2001

  21. “Pedro de Valencia and Francisco de Quevedo Against Vocablos Peregrinos in Góngora’s Poetry.” Fifth Biennial Conference of the Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry. The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. October, 2001

  22. “The State of Humanism: Revisiting Utopia with Vizenor’s Bearheart.” South Central Modern Languages Association. San Antonio, TX. November, 2000

  23. “The Discursive Powers of the Comedia: Lope’s Lo fingido verdadero and Góngora’s Las firmezas de Isabela.” Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literature. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. September, 2000

  24. “Invasions of the Imagination in Carmen Martín Gaite’s El cuarto de atrás and Usos amorosos de la postguerra española.” Sixth Annual Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. March, 2000

  25. “Disintegrating Texts: Can Golden Age Poetry be Re-placed?” Department of Spanish and Portuguese Colloquia at the University of Iowa. Iowa City, IA. November, 1999

  26. “Re-membering Syrinx: Barnes' Ryder, Wittig's Lesbian Body and the Pastoral Tradition.” Comparative Literature Student's Organization Lecture Series, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Madison, WI. October, 1998

  27. “La flauta de Pan y el suplemento español al texto de Alciato.” I Simposio Internacional de Literatura Emblemática Hispánica. La Coruña, Spain. September, 1994

  28. “The Anti-Epic: Góngora's Solitudes and the Colonialist Narrative.” Columbus Quincentenary: Encounter and Aftermath 1492-1992. University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA. October, 1992

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND MEMBERSHIPS


Book Review editor for the journal Calíope

GEMELA Grupo de Estudios sobre la Mujer en España y las Américas (pre-1800)

Current Board member, President 2013-2015, First Vice-President 2011-2013, Second Vice-President

2009-2011, Member since 2004

GEMELA Conference Co-organizer: “Building Bridges” 2012 conference, Portland, Oregon; “Tracing

Paths” 2014 conference, Lisbon, Portugal

SBRHP Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry, Member since 2001

Member of the Board of Directors 2009-2013

Modern Language Association, Member

Review of Manuscripts: University of Toronto Press

Review of Articles: Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, Calíope, Hispanic Review

Tenure/Promotion reviews: Wake Forest University, Auburn University, Trinity College


GRADUATE TEACHING

SPAN 6100 (2014)

SPAN 6120/4120 Cervantes (2005)

SPAN 6120 K-12 Literature in Spanish with Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor (2008)

SPAN 6200 Empire and its Discontents in the Early Modern Era (2002, 2005, 2006, 2011)

SPAN 8100 Poetry and Poetics with Luis Correa-Díaz (2005)

SPAN 8180 Literary and Cultural Theory (2004, 2006, 2013, 2015)

SPAN 8500 Gender and Marriage in the Iberian World (2011)



UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING

FYOS 1001 Hands on at the Hargrett: Working with Rare Books and Manuscripts (2015)

FYOS 1001 Western Occult and Magic (2013)

FRES 1020 The Dangers of Poetry (2002)

ROML2550 Latina/o Literature and Culture (2009, 2015)

SPAN 3010 Spanish Conversation and Composition (2001, 2003)

SPAN 3030 Introduction to Literature (2003, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2016)

SPAN 3030H Introduction to Literature (Honors) (2009, 2013, 2016)

SPAN 4010 Advanced Conversation and Composition (2004)

SPAN 4040 Medieval to Baroque Spain (2001, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)

SPAN 4080 Women and Writing in the Early Modern Period (2003)

SPAN 4080 Don Quixote (2010)

SPAN 4120/6120 Cervantes (2005)
UNDERGRADUATE ADVISING

SPAN 4960 Directed Reading Chandler Johnston (2016)

Senior Honors Thesis Reader, Molly Blaase (2011)

SPAN 4970 Directed Reading (Honors) Justin Heath (2008)

CURO Faculty Advisor, Lauren Domenick (2005)
PH.D. DISSERTATIONS DIRECTED

In progress: Julia Hernández

Completed:


  1. Rosario Vickery. “Representation of the Self as Individual Through Memory in Jorge Manrique’s Coplas a la muerte de su padre.” June, 2011 [Currently Assistant Professor at Clayton State University, GA].

  2. Mitch McCoy. “Authority, Fear, and Tolerance in Spanish Religious Dialogues.” May, 2010. [Currently Assistant Professor at Belmont University, TN].

  3. María Mizzi. “Hacia una nueva interpretación del Canta sola a Lisi: retórica, ironía y sofisma en el soneto quevediano.” April, 2008 [Currently Lecturer at University of Georgia].


PH.D. COMMITTEE MEMBER

In progress: Manuel Barragán, Melissa Carruth, David Dwyer, Leda Lozier, David Martínez, Laura Shedenhelm, Chantell Smith, Kristina Sutherland

Completed:


  1. Sonia Clay. “Reworking Latinidad: Performance Art as an Oppositional Tool Against the Critical Gaze in the Works of Alina Troyano, Josefina Báez, and Nao Bustamante.” January, 2014

  2. Donald Wood. “Speaking Through the Prophets: Aljamiado Legends as Spaces of Historical Negotiation.” June, 2012

  3. Carl Wise. “Shadow of the King: Privanza and Perceptions of Royal Power in Seventeenth-Century Spanish Theater.” June, 2011

  4. Joey Warner. “Centers of Marginality in Fifteenth-Century Castile: Critical Reevaluations of Enrique IV de Trastámara, Leonor López de Córdoba, and Alfonso de Cartagena.” November, 2010

  5. Karen Pollard. “De apogeo revolucionario a desilusión política: género, subjectividad e identidad política en la narrativa de Gioconda Belli (1988-2001).” July, 2010

  6. Julia C. Barnes. “Domestic Tyrants: Changing Political Representations of Motherhood in the Contemporary Spanish Novel.” April, 2010

  7. María A. Deal. “La formación de nuevas conciencias forjadoras de un nuevo orden social en la novelística de Tristán Solarte.” September, 2008

  8. Aurora Alvarez (Thorgerson). “Mirada al espejo: mujer, cultura y sociedad en la España franquista: Su contextualización en la obra de Manuel Mantero y en cuatro novelas de posguerra.” May, 2008

  9. Jorge Majfud. “La literatura del compromiso: humanismo y revolución en la literatura latinoamericana.” April, 2008

  10. Anita de Melo. “A Estética de Citar de José Saramago em O Ano da Morte de Ricardo Reis.” November, 2007

  11. María Elena Bermúdez. “Marta Rojas y la Literatura Femenina de Combate: Discurso Antiesclavista, mestizo y Poscolonial en la (Re)construcción de la Historia y la Cubanidad.” May, 2007

  12. María del Puig Andrés. “Ultramodernos y transgeneracionales: la renovación interior de los postnovísimos en la poesía española.” May, 2006


MA MAJOR PROFESSOR

Non-Thesis in progress: Javier Soler-Babra. Non-Thesis completed: Louise Goodman (2012)

Completed MA Theses Directed:


  1. John K. Bamford. “‘El sermón de las bodas’ en Norte de los estados por Francisco de Osuna: Análisis literario y comentario.” April, 2009

  2. Jenna Mason Grem. "Paredes y Puertas: el Nuyorican Poets Café y la poesía performativa." May, 2006

  3. Mitch McCoy. “Aproximaciones a la lengua y la fe en el Diálogo de la lengua de Juan de Valdés.” July, 2004

  4. Amy Harold. “Las armas místicas: La lucha que sucede en la vida de un soldado místico como se ve en las obras de Francisco de Aldana.” April, 2004

  5. Patricia Mompo-Sepúlveda. “La representación de las relaciones hispano-musulmanas: retrato del moro en el siglo XVI en el Abencerraje y A la sombra del granado” April, 2004


MA THESIS COMMITTEE MEMBER

In progress: Rachel Harris. Completed: Nicole Fraise (2015), Calie Berry (2015), Kate Bundy (2014), Carmen Estévez Sherer (2012), Manuel Barragán (2011), Kenneth Martin (2008), Rachel Geddie (2007), Donald Wood (2007), Emily Wilmot (2007), Daniel Sánchez (2007), Shanye Crawford (2007), Julia Duncanson (2006), Sonia Clay (2006) Gabriela Espejo (2006), Nikki Ford (2005), Dorothy Wheatley (2005), Steven Casadont (2005), David Román-Porcayo, (2005), Erica Maier (2005), Holly Hughes (2005), Jorge Catalá Carrasco (2005), Allison Pricket (2005), Jorge Majfud (2005), Rebecca Palmer (2004), Ana Prats Rodríguez (2004), Anna Major (2002), María del Puig Andrés (2002)


UNIVERSITY SERVICE

2015 Institute of African American Studies Program Review (Unit Nominee)

2014-17 Albert Christ Janer Creative Research Award Committee

2012-14 Willson Center for Humanties and Arts Advisory Board

2012-14 Franklin College Faculty Senate, President (2013-14)

2011-14 President’s Faculty Advisory Committee, Elected by Franklin College Faculty

2011 English and Theatre and Film Studies Search Committee External Member

2010, 2015 Willson Center NEH Summer Stipend Review Committee (Chair)

2009, 2011 Willson Center NEH Summer Stipend Review Committee Member

2011 Theatre & Film Studies Colloquium Speaker: “Life is a Dream Roundtable”

2011 Romance Languages Colloquium Speaker: “Baroque Nature: Rivers and Winds in Andalucía Circa 1605”

2010 Women’s Studies Friday Speaker Series, “Early Modern Marriage Manuals and

Controversies Regarding Marriage as a Relationship and Institution”

2010 Willson Center Round Table Speaker, “Where Have All the Humanities Majors Gone?”

2008, 2010 LACS 2001 Guest Lecturer, “Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz,”

2009 Spring Franklin Staff Awards Committee Member

2008 Graduate School Seminar Panel Speaker, “Designing Program Web Sites to Attract the Best Doctoral Students”

2007-10 Graduate School Representative to University Council


DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE

2015-16 Advisory Committee

2014-16 Curriculum Committee (Chair)

2014-15 Graduate Studies and Outcomes Assessment Committee

2013-14 Italian Search Committee

2013-14 Curriculum Committee

2002-13 Romance Languages Colloquium Organizer

2012-13 Travel Committee (Chair)

2012-13 Third year review of junior colleague, Committee Member

2012-13 Spanish Graduate Admissions Committee Member

2011-14 Franklin College Faculty Senate Representative

2011-13 Sigma Delta Pi Faculty Advisor

2008-13 Education Liaison with College of Education

2012 Hispanic Linguistics (Phonetics and Phonology) Search Committee Member

2012 Spanish Lecturer Search Committee Member

2008-12 Graduate Studies Committee Member

2008-09 Secretary, Graduate Faculty Meetings

2008-09 Advisory Committee Member

2005-08 Graduate Studies Committee (Chair)

2005-08 Graduate Outcomes Assessment Committee (Chair)

2005-08 French Graduate Admissions Committee (Chair)

2005-08 Italian Graduate Admissions Committee (Chair)

2005-08 Portuguese Graduate Admissions Committee (Chair)

2005-08 Spanish Graduate Admissions Committee (Chair)

2005-08 Language Examination Committee (Chair)

2004-05 Spanish Graduate Admissions Committee Member

2003-05 Foreign Language Examination Committee Member

2004 Ad hoc Committee for five-year plan Member

2003-04 Spanish Lecturers Hiring Committee Member

2002-04 Advisory Committee Member

2001-02 On-Line Newsletter Committee Member

2001-02 Secretary Romance Languages Departmental Meetings


COMMUNITY SERVICE

2016 Public Lecture, OLLI, Athens, GA:

2014-15 SAT tutor and college applications coach for local HS students, ULEAD Athens

2011-14 Volunteer Faculty, Freedom University

2014 Organizer, “Surviving Outside the Box” Willson Center Spotlight on the Arts event with local artists Andy Cherewick, Jill Biskin, and Jim StipeMaas, Ciné, Nov. 11.

2013 Public Lecture, OLLI, Madison, GA: “Renaissance Magic and the Scientific Revolution”

2009 Public Lecture, UU Fellowship, Athens, GA: “Women and The Inquisition”

2005 Public Lecture, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Athens, GA: “Teresa of Avila”

2002-12 Athens-Clarke County Mentor Program

2003 Safe Space Trainee, University of Georgia

2003 Student Volunteer Translator Liaison (with Lesley Starnes) at Whitehead Elementary

2000 Organizer, Poetry Reading by Próspero Saíz, Prairie Lights Bookstore and Radio

Broadcast, University of Iowa

2000 Latina Outreach Committee Member, Iowa City Rape Victim Advocacy Program








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