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JUANAMARIA CORDONES-COOK

CURRICULUM VITAE


EDUCATION
Ph.D., Spanish American Literature, The University of Kansas, 1990.

Minor Field (Ph. D. level), Historical Linguistics, University of California,

Berkeley, California, May 1988.

M.A., Spanish Literature, University of Wisconsin, Madison,

Wisconsin, 1975.

B.S., Graduated with distinction, Spanish and French, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1973.




HONORS AND AWARDS
* Elected Member of the "Academia de Letras Uruguayas" (Academy of Uruguayan Letters), September 6, 1993.
* "Homenaje a Juanamaría Cordones-Cook" at the "Cabildo" Museum of Montevideo, Uruguay, organized by Professor Alberto Britos and by a group of Afro-Uruguayan institutions, September 14, 1993.
* Member of the Doctoral Faculty at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
* Honors College Professor of the Year Award. (1999)
* Video: Conversación de Nancy Morejón con Juanamaría Cordones-Cook selected to be premiered at Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano in Havana, Cuba. (December 1999)
* “Theater of the World Award”, from the “Universidad de Buenos Aires”, Argentina, for work as editor of Mujeres en las tablas: Antología crítica de teatro biográfico hispanoamericano (Buenos Aires: Editorial Nueva Generación, 2005)
* Member of the Spanish Honor Society Sigma Delta Pi.
* Fellow for the Cambio Center, University of Missouri, Columbia.
RESEARCH
PUBLICATIONS (REFEREED):
JOURNAL ARTICLES:
* "Los colores ocultos: narcisismo desintegrador." Plural. (abril 1992): 58-60.
* "Lo prohibido: narcisismo narrativo." Anales Galdosianos. 25 (1990): 35-43.
* "El gato eficaz: discurso lúdico-erótico." La Palabra y el Hombre. 75 (octubre-diciembre 1991): 239-245.
* "Como en la guerra: en busca del Otro." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos. vol. XVI, 2 (invierno 1992): 171-185.
* "Una sombra donde sueña Camila O'Gorman, metáfora de una constante argentina." Graffiti. 28 (abril 1993): 48-51.
* "Humor negro y grotesco en Cola de lagartija." Hispanófila. (Enero 1994): 71-78.
* "Frutos, discurso de lo imaginario." Latin American Theatre Review. (Fall 1994): 115-124.
* "La práctica textual/sexual de Luisa Valenzuela en Novela negra con argentinos." Letras Femeninas. 1-2 (1995): 37-45.

* "Intertextualidad y narcisismo dramático en el teatro feminista de Albalucía Angel: Siete lunas y un espejo." Revista de Estudios Colombianos. 15 (1995): 39-45.
* "Novela negra con argentinos: The Desire to Know." World Literature Today. (Autumn 1995): 745 -750.
* "Andrés Castillo, dramaturgo del Teatro Negro Independiente del Uruguay." Latin American Theatre Review. 29/2 (Spring 1996): 85-94.
* “Le théatre en Uruguay,” La Revue Du Théatre. (Hiver 1999)
* “Hibridez cultural/africanía religiosa en Uruguay,” Revista Iberoamericana. 188-189 (1999), 649-670. (Appeared in 2000)
* “Nancy Morejón: Rescate de voces silenciadas.” Alaluz. Año XXXII. Núm. 1 y 2. (Primavera-Otoño 2000): 48-61.
* “Luisa Valenzuela ... “diciendo lo que no se dice.” Letras Femeninas. XXVII- Núm. 1 (Primavera 2001): 9- 15.
* “Cola de lagartija: La hibridez cultural como contradiscurso y resistencia.” Letras Femeninas. XXVII- Núm. 1 (Primavera 2001): 83-106.

* ”’Si esto es la vida yo soy Caperucita Roja,’ modelo cultural femenino de separación e identificación.” Hispanófila. (2001): 83-105.


* “’El cuerpo de Adelaida’ o la significación del phallus según Brianda Domecq.” Revista de Literatura Mexicana Contemporánea. (1999): 70-75. (received in 2003)
* “ Recuperación de una genealogía matrilineal: "Si esto es la vida, yo soy Caperucita Roja." Casa de las Américas, Vol. 226, (2002): 96-101. (Published with changes by Hispanófila as ”’Si esto es la vida yo soy Caperucita Roja,’ modelo cultural femenino de separación e identificación.”)
* “Liturgias: Máscaras de identidad sefardita.” Latin American Theater Review. (Fall 2003): 105-116. (received in January 2004)
* “Genealogía matrilineal en la obra de Nancy Morejón.” Revista de Estudios Hispánicos. 38 (2004): 509-532.
* “Umbrales de exilio en la obra de Nancy Morejón.“ La Revista del Vigía. “Estación de las Lluvias y la Seca.” Sección “Venablos de la Luz.” 27 (2004). 139-149.
* Emelina Cundeamor: Entre la máscara y la autenticidad.” Caribe: Revista de Cultura y Literatura (Verano 2005):7-18.
* Odebí, el cazador: Entre el tabú y la transgression.” Latin American Theatre Review. (forthcoming)
* La tragedia del rey Christophe: Anales del Caribe. (forthcoming)

INTERVIEWS IN PRINT:

* "Entrevista a Carlos Maggi." Latin American Theatre Review. (Spring 1987): 107-112.


* "Luisa Valenzuela habla sobre Novela negra con argentinos y Realidad nacional desde la cama." Letras Femeninas. Vol. XVIII, (1992): 119-126.
* "Entrevista a Inés Malinow." Alba de América. 11. (julio 1993): 455-463.



* "Surgimiento y desaparición del Teatro Negro Uruguayo con Andrés Castillo." Afro-Hispanic Review. (Fall 1993): 31-35.
* "Contexto y proceso creador de Maluco: La novela de los conquistadores." Chasqui. XXII. (Nov. 1993): 103-108.
* "Ricardo Prieto, un poeta dramático." Alba de América. 12 (1994): 591-600.
* "Alina Diaconú." Alba de América. 12 (1994): 567-576.

(accompanied by original and previously unpublished work by author)


*. "Trayectoria y visión literaria de Julio Ricci." Alba de América. 13 (1995): 489-504. (accompanied by original and previously unpublished work by author)
* "Liliana Heer, verbo y escritura." Alba de América. 13 (1995): 505-518. (accompanied by original and previously unpublished work by author)
* "Verbo y poesía de Nancy Morejón." Afro-Hispanic Review. 15 (Spring 1996): 60-71. (accompanied by original work by author)
* “Teresa Porzecanski,” Hispamérica. Año XXVI, 78 (1997): 39-44.
* “Conversando con Jorge Luis Borges,” Revista Iberoamericana. LXVII (Enero-Junio 2001): 283-287.
* ”Tres miradas al teatro uruguayo actual, Conjunto. Vol. 124 (2002): 70-81.
* “Una última entrevista con Jorge Luis Borges,” Aleph. (enero-marzo, 2001): 42-28. (Published before in Revista iberoamericana as ”Conversando con Jorge Luis Borges”)

INTERVIEWS IN VIDEO:
* Conversación de Nancy Morejón con Juanamaría Cordones-Cook. Selected to be premiered at Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano in Havana, Cuba. (December 1999)
* Conversación de Georgina Herrera con Juanamaría Cordones-Cook. La Habana (February 2006).
* Conversación de Marta Rojas con Juanamaría Cordones-Cook. La Habana (February 2006).
* Conversación de Rogelio Martínez Furé con Juanamaría Cordones-Cook. La Habana (February 2006).
* Conversación de Gerardo Fulleda León con Juanamaría Cordones-Cook. La Habana (February 2006).
* Conversación de Gloria Rolando con Juanamaría Cordones-Cook. La Habana (February 2006).
* Conversación de Rigoberto López con Juanamaría Cordones-Cook. La Habana (February 2006).

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
* “Novela negra con argentinos, imagos de la guerra sucia,” in La palabra en vilo: Narrativa de Luisa Valenzuela. Edited by Gwendolyn Díaz and María Inés Lagos. Santiago de Chile: Editorial Cuarto Propio, 1996. 163-76. (Received in 1997) (Translation of: “Novela negra con argentinos: The Desire to Know." World Literature Today.)
* “Un drama de deseo,” in Antología crítica del teatro breve hispanoamericano, edited by María Mercedes Jaramillo and Mario Yepes. Medellín, Colombia: Editorial Universidad de Antioquia, 1997. 148-158. (A longer version of: "Frutos, discurso de lo imaginario." Latin American Theatre Review)
* “El teatro negro uruguayo,” in La herencia cultural africana de las Américas, edited by Beatriz Santos. Montevideo, Uruguay: EPPAL, 1997.
* “Drama de victimización y redención: El negrito del pastoreo,” in Crítica de teatro hispanoamericano, edited by María Mercedes Jaramillo. Medellín, Colombia: Editorial Universidad de Antioquia, 2002. 447-452.
* "’Cambio de armas’: Hacia el umbral del secreto.” In Luisa Valenzuela sin máscara. Gwendolyn Díaz, ed. Buenos Aires: Feminaria, 2002. 57-67.
* “Una sublimación del exilio: Pierrot y la luna.” Preface to Pierrot y la luna, by Nancy Morejón. Matanzas, Cuba: Ediciones Vigía, 2005. (Appeared in January 2006)

ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES
* “Mercedes Rein,” Oxford Encyclopedia of Latin American Theater. R. Kennedy, ed. London: Oxford University Press, 2003.
* “Juan Carlos Legido,” Oxford Encyclopedia of Latin American Theater. R. Kennedy, ed. London: Oxford University Press, 2003.
* “Carlos Maggi.” Oxford Encyclopedia of Latin American Theater. R. Kennedy, ed. London: Oxford University Press, 2003.

WEB JOURNAL ARTICLES (INVITED)
* “Selección antológica de poemas de Nancy Morejón.” El hilo de Ariadna , 2002. http://www.elhilodeariadna.com.
* "’Cambio de armas': hacia el lumbral del secreto,” Literate World , 2002. (Published as book chapter in Luisa Valenzuela sin máscara)

BOOK REVIEWS
* "El arrabal del mundo, Pedro Orgambide," Hispamérica. 44 (1986): 101-103.

GUEST EDITOR
* Luisa Valenzuela. Letras Femeninas. (special issue) XXVII- Núm. 1 (Primavera 2001).
Reviewed by Thomas E. Case. World Literature Today. vol. 77 (April-June 2003): 177.
* “Nancy Morejón: A Special Section.” Callaloo. Volume 28, Number 3. Fall 2005. (received in February 2006)

REFEREED BOOKS
* Poética de transgresión en la novelística de Luisa Valenzuela. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 1991.
Reviewed by: Steven Hart: Cordones-Cook, Poética de la transgresión en la novelística de Luisa Valenzuela, in BHS, LXXII (1995), 145-46.
* ¿Teatro negro uruguayo? Texto y contexto del teatro afro-uruguayo de Andrés Castillo. Montevideo: Editorial Graffiti, 1996.
Reviewed by: Professor Juan Carlos Legido at “Feria Nacional del Libro y el Grabado de Montevideo,” Montevideo, December 23, 1996 (video); Myriam Caprile, La Mañana [Montevideo], January 11, 1997; Eduardo Paz, “Amo las voces marginadas,” El Observador [Montevideo], Tuesday, January 14, 1997; Carlos Reyes, “Así en el teatro como en el carnaval,” Búsqueda [Montevideo], February 6 to 12, 1997; Daniel Briquet, “Cuando los negros hacían teatro,” Paula,” [Montevideo] February 14, 1997; Angela Cáceres, S.O.D.R.E., Radio Oficial del Uruguay, March, 1997 (tape); Alberto Britos Serrat, Mundo Afro [Montevideo], April, 1997; Jorge Piñataro Calero, “Teatro,” Relaciones: Revista al Tema del Hombre [Montevideo], March,1997, Nora Glickman, Latin American Theatre Review, Fall 1997.
* Nancy Morejón. Looking Within/Mirar adentro: Selected Poems/Poemas escogidos,1954/2000. Edition and Introduction by Juanamaría Cordones-Cook. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2003. (Wayne State University Press bestseller)
Reviewed by Prof. Mary Berg, Harvard University, Hispania, 87 (March 2004): 88-89.

Reviewed by Prof. Barbara Mujica, Georgetown University. Americas. 63.

Reviewed by Carol Meir, Kent State University, African American Review. Volume 39, Numbers 1-2 (2005): 252-245.
* Mujeres en las tablas: Antología crítica de teatro biográfico hispanoamericano. A co-edited critical anthology of dramatizations of Latin American women. Buenos Aires: Editorial Nueva Generación, 2005.
Reviewed by María Fernanda Pinta. Telefondo, Revista de Teoría y Crítica Teatral. 21 de Diciembre de 2005. www.telondefondo.org

BOOKS IN PREPARATION:
* Más allá del héroe: Antología crítica de teatro biográfico hispanoamericano.
* Teatro afro-latinoamericano. A critical anthology of Afro-Latin American theatre.
* A critical study of the poetry of Nancy Morejón within her cultural context.

* A collection of articles on Nancy Morejón’s poetry.


* A postcolonial study of identity in Spanish American literature that will include poetry, narrative and theater.

PAPERS PRESENTED AT NATIONAL CONFERENCE:
* "Cola de lagartija: carnavalización del poder," at Mujer, Cultura y Feminismo, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, April 1988.
* "Luisa Valenzuela, literatura perversa," at Women and Print Culture, University of California, Berkeley, California, March 1989.
* "Como en la guerra, desintegración de identidad," at the 1990 MidAmerica Conference of Hispanic Literature, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, October 1990.
* "El gato eficaz, ruptura del discurso," at the North East Modern Language Association, Hartford, Connecticut, April 1991.
* "Una sombra donde sueña Camila O'Gorman, metáfora de violencia e intolerancia," at the Philological Association of the Pacific Coast, San José State University, San José, California, November 1990.
* "He who Searches for the Other," at the Lacan Symposium, Psychoanalytic Theory and Clinical Practice, University of Missouri-Columbia, October 1991.
* "Humor negro en Cola de lagartija," at the Women's Conference at Wichita State University, April 1992.
* "Dramatización del feminismo en Siete lunas y un espejo," at Latin American Theatre Today, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, April-May 1992.
* "'El cuerpo de Adelaida,' una falacia fálica." at Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literature at Washington University, October 1993.
* "El deseo en Frutos," at Louisiana Conference on Hispanic

Languages and Literature at Louisiana State University, February 1994.


* "Una lectura feminista de Novela negra con argentinos," at Wichita State State International Conference on Foreign Literature, at Wichita State University, April 1994.
* "Energía libidinal en la narrativa de Luisa Valenzuela," 47th Annual Kentucky Foreing Language Conference at the University of Kentucky, April 1994.
* "Ironía y humor en una narrativa de Brianda Domecq." Latin American Studies Association International Conference, Washington D.C., September 1995.

IINVITED PAPERS:
* "Aline Petterson, dispersión del sujeto," at the 1989 Modern Languaje Association Conference, Washington, DC, December 1989.
* "Una sombra donde sueña Camila O'Gorman, metáfora de violencia e intolerancia," at the Philological Association of the Pacific Coast, San José State University, San José, California, November 1990.
* "Postmodernidad en el teatro de Albalucía Angel," at the North East Modern Language Association Conference, April 1992.
* "Andrés Castillo, dramaturgo del Teatro Negro Uruguayo," at Luisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures, New Orleans, March 1995.
* " Feminist Spacial Theory," at M/MLA Convention. St. Louis, November 1995.
* "Construcción del discurso democrático de Luisa Valenzuela." Modern Language Association Conference. Chicago, December 1995.
* “Ritual de iniciación en el cuento de hadas,” Octava Conferencia Internacional de la Asociación de Literatura Femenina Hispánica:”(Des)articulaciones-actos, cuerpos e ideologías en las literaturas femeninas hispánicas,” Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, October 17, 1997.
* “Ancestors in Nancy Morejón’ poetry,” at Saint Mary’s University, San Antonio, Texas, October 24, 1997.
* “Fusión de fronteras culturales: hibridez religiosa y reafricanización en Uruguay,” at Cultural Borders of Latin America and Spain. February 25-27, 1999.
* “Cultural Hybridity through Afro-Hispanic Experience in the River Plate,” at Black History Month. Wayne State University. Detroit, Feb. 24, 2000.
* “Hibridación teatral en Pierrot y la luna, de Nancy Morejón,” at Latin American Theatre Festival. University of Kansas. Lawrence, Kansas. March 28-April 1, 2000.
* “Cola de lagartija, Sincretismo religioso como contradiscurso,” at Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literature. Madison, Wisconsin. September 22, 2000.
* “The Postcolonial Poetic Work of Nancy Morejón,” at HLAFSA Seminar, University of Missouri-Columbia, April 2001.
* “Cultural Hybridity / Transculturation / Syncretism in the River Plate,” at Migration, Miscegenation, Maronnage Symposium, Afro-Romance Institute for Languages and Literatures, University of Missouri-Columbia. April, 2001
* “La poesía de Luisa Valenzuela,” at Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, University of Kentucky, April 2001.
* “Insurrecciones cognitivas en la poesía de Nancy Morejón,” at The Canon Unplugged…” Asociación de Literatura Femenina Hispánica, University of Kentucky, September 2001.
* “Afro-Latin American Religions," at University Faculty Luncheon, Newman Center, Columbia, Missouri, October 9, 2002.
* “De la máscara a la autenticidad en Emelina Cundeamor,” at Conferencia de Teatro Latinoamericano, University of Kansas. April 2-5, 2003.
* “Panorama poético de una antología,” Washington University, April 21, 2003.
* Book Tour for Looking Within/Mirar adentro, Poetry Center

at Smith College, October 21, 2003:


a) Round table with professors and students. (afternoon)

b) “Who is Nancy Morejón and her poetry.”



c) Bilingual poetry reading.
* "Henri Christophe, casi blanco," Our America: Transnational Utopias and the Haitian Revolution in Caribbean and Latin American Culture. University Of Missouri-Columbia, November 2004.
* “Teatralización de la santería.” VI Conference on Latin American Theatre Today: Festival and Symposium. University of Connecticut. April, 2005.
INVITED PAPERS PRESENTED AT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES:
* "Discurso del imaginario en la dramaturgia de la postmodernidad uruguaya," at Congreso Nacional de Teatro Iberoamericano y Argentino, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 1993.
* "La literatura feminista de Valenzuela," at Recepción de la literatura de Luisa Valenzuela, Ediciones La Flor, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 1993.
* "Imagos de la guerra sucia," at Simposio Internacional de Literatura, Instituto Literario y Cultural Hispánico, Montevideo, Uruguay, August 1993.
* "La otra escena de un caudillo oriental," at Simposio Internacional de Literatura, Instituto Literario y Cultural Hispánico, Montevideo, Uruguay, August 1993.
* "Los géneros narrativos en escritoras rioplatenses contemporáneas," in "Noche Abierta," at Radio Nacional, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 1993.
* "El teatro negro en el Uruguay," at "Homenaje..." at the "Cabildo" Museum, Montevideo, Uruguay, September 1993.
* "The Return of the Political Other in Black Novel (with Argentines)," at Puterbaugh Conference honoring Argentine author Luisa Valenzuela, World Literature Today. Oklahoma, April 1995.
* "Logros del Teatro Negro Independiente de Montevideo." Feria Nacional de Libros y Grabados de Montevideo, Uruguay. December 23, 1996.
* “Reading and responding to Nancy Morejón’s poetry,” at Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio Inter-American Bookfair & Literary Festival, San Antonio, Texas, October 23-26, 1997.
* “Sensualidad y humor en la cuentística de Rivera-Valdés, ” at Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio Inter-American Bookfair & Literary Festival, San Antonio, Texas, October 23-26, 1997.
* “El teatro afro-uruguayo,” at Seminar at Barnard College, Columbia University. April 6. 1998.
* “Latin American Feminist Theater,” at Panel at Marion Victor Studio Theater. Barnard College. April 2, 1998.
* ”Perspectiva cultural sobre el desarrollo de religiones de origen africano en el Uruguay.” June 24, 1998. Radio Fénix, Montevideo, Uruguay.
* “Narrativa de recuperación de identidad y sexualidad femenina,” IV Congreso de Creación Femenina. Universidad Central de Bayamón, Puerto Rico. Novembre 19, 1998.
* “Espacios de contacto cultural en el teatro de Andrés Castillo.” Congreso Internacional de Teatro Iberoamericano y Argentino. G.E.T.E.A., Buenos Aires, Argentina. August 5, 2000.
* “Modelos de identificación femenina a partir de la re-escritura de cuentos de hadas.” La Noche Literaria. CX38, Radio Oficial del Uruguay, S.O.D.R.E., Montevideo, Uruguay (Julio 16, 2000).
* “Máscaras fanonianas en el teatro de Nora Glickman.” Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, New York, July 2001.
* “Modelos culturales femeninos en la narrativa breve de Luisa Valenzuela,” (featured speaker) at Segundo Encuentro Internacional de Escritoras. Centro Cultural Bernardino Rivadavia. Rosario, Argentina. August 9, 2000.
* “Theoretical Trends in Hispanic Criticism,” (featured speaker on postcolonial theories of cultural hybridity) at Latina Letters: Conference on Latina Literature and Identity, San Antonio, July 2001.
* “Recuperación del secreto de genealogías matrilineales en Luisa Valenzuela,” (featured speaker) at Semana de autorA. Casa de las Américas, November 2001.
* “Máscaras en el teatro de Nora Glickman,” at Congreso Internacional de Teatro Iberoamericano y Argentino, GETEA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2002.

* "Cambio de armas": Hacia el umbral del secreto,” at Jornadas Feminaria: Luisa Valenzuela sin máscara, MALBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2002.


* “Identidad sefaradita en el teatro argentino,” at Identidad, Amor y locura: Escritoras Emergentes del Rio de la Plata, Fundación Internacional Jorge Luis Borges, Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 2002.
* “La poesía afro-cubana de Nancy Morejón,” at Conferencia de Poesía, ACSUN/INJU, Montevideo, Uruguay, July 2002.
* “Odebí, el cazador: Del tabú a la transgresión.” Seminario teórico de Rito y Representación. La Habana, Cuba. Enero 2003.
* “Umbrales del exilio en la poesía de Nancy Morejón,” at Latin American Studies Association International Conference, Dallas. March 2003.
* “La preparación de una antología,” at Latin American Studies Association International Conference, Dallas. March 2003.
* “Una poeta poscolonial: Nancy Morejón,” Encuentro Internacional de Escritoras: Clara Lair con Julia de Burgos, Más allá de las fronteras, San Juan de Puerto Rico, April 30-May 4, 2003.
* Del exilio interior en la poesía de Nancy Morejón,” Encuentro Internacional de Escritoras: Clara Lair con Julia de Burgos, Más allá de las fronteras, San Juan de Puerto Rico, April 30-May 4, 2003.
* “Experiencias de desplazamiento en la poesía de Nancy Morejón.” LART (Latino Round Table), 2o Congreso Internacional de Artistas Latin@s. New York University, New York City. October 24, 2003.
* "Genealogías en la obra de Morejón,” ," Latin American Studies Association International Conference, November 2004.
* Round table on Cultural Diversity in the Caribbean, sponsored by UNESCO and Casa de las Americas, Havana, Cuba, February14, 2004.
* “Los ancestros en la poesía afro-cubana.” I° Congreso Regional del Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana “Nuevas cartografias criticas: Problemas actuales de la Literatura Iberoamericana." Rosario, Argentina. June, 2005.
* “Ediciones críticas antológicas.” I° Congreso Regional del Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana “Nuevas cartografias criticas: Problemas actuales de la Literatura Iberoamericana." Rosario, Argentina. June, 2005.
“Metáforas de Ochún en la poesía cubana.” XV Conferencia Anual de La Asociación Internacional de Literatura Femenina Hispánica (AILFH):  “Feminismo: Canon y marginalidad.” Tegucigalpa, Honduras. October, 2005.
* “Máscaras de identidad en el teatro de Eugenio Hernández Espinosa.” V Seminario Internacional Rito y Representación," in Havana, Feb. 9-12, 2006.
* “La resonancia de la poesía de Nancy Morejón en el mundo académico de los Estados Unidos” Coloquio en honor de Nancy Morejón, sponsored by Unión Nacional de Artistas y Escritores Cubanos (U.N.E.A.C.), in Havana, February 8.
* “Leyendo un drama poético: Sublimación del exilio” Ediciones Vigía, Matanzas, Cuba. February 13, 2006.
* “Recepción de la poesía de Nancy Morejón.” “Nancy Morejón: La palabra como manto,” at Asociación Cubana de Artesanos y Artistas (A.C.A.A.), Matanzas, Cuba. February 13, 2006.

Grants:
1993 University of Missouri Research Board Grant. Dollar amount:

$16,000. Tenure: March 1,1993, to September 30, 1994. Leave: Fall semester 1993. Project Title: "El teatro negro uruguayo de Andrés Castillo." (Andrés Castillo's Black Uruguayan Theater)


1993 Rearch Leave, University of Missouri Research Council. Tenure: August 1994-August 1995. Project title: "El teatro negro uruguayo de Andrés Castillo." (Andrés Castillo's Black Uruguayan Theater)
1995 Rearch Board Grant. Dollar amount: $2,000. Tenure 1995-1996. Project: Publication of ¿Teatro negro uruguayo? Texto y contexto del teatro afro-uruguayo de Andrés Castillo.
1997 General Education Program, Undergraduate Education. Dollar amount: $4,000. Tenure: Summer 1998. Course-Development for “Emerging Canons of the Americas” cluster for Honors College. September, 1,1998.
2002 “Semana de AurtorA,” at Casa de las Americas,” MU Internationial Travel fund, $1,383.00, 04-23-2002.
2002 ”Cultural Hybridity on Contemporary Spanish American Literature,” funding of $5,000.00, Research Council, September 01, 2002- August 31, 2003.
2004 “UNESCO / Casa de las Américas International Colloquium,” in Havana. Funding of $500.00, Office of Minority Affairs, International Programs and Faculty Development. February 2004.
2005 I° Congreso Regional del Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana “Nuevas cartografias criticas: Problemas actuales de la Literatura Iberoamericana." Rosario, Argentina. Funding of $500.00, Center for Arts and Humanities, June, 2005.
2006 XV International Book Fair in Havana and Matanzas, and “Rito y Representación,” in Havana. Funding of $500.00, Center for Arts and Humanities, and of $1,000.00, the Office of the Vice Provost of Minority Affairs and Faculty Development, February 2006.
2006 Book Acquisition for the “Nancy Morejón Special Collection”, in Havana and Matanzas. Funding of $2,000.00, The Afro-Romance Institute, February 2006.


SERVICE



ORGANIZED NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONALCONFERENCES:

1992 Oct. As advisor to the Spanish Honor Society, Sigma Delta Pi, organized campus visit, talks to classes and campus lecture of Argentine writer Luisa Valenzuela. The author lectured on “Writing with the Body.”


1993 Coordinating comission of the IX International Symposium of Literature on Modernity and Postmodernity, to take place in Montevideo, Uruguay, in August 1993.
1993 Aug. Organized "Homenaje: Recepción de la literatura de Luisa

Valenzuela," with Ediciones de La Flor in Buenos Aires,

Argentina.
1994 Mar. As advisor to the Spanish Honor Society, Sigma Delta Pi

organized: Campus visit, lectures to classes and campus lecture of Argentine writer Mempo Giardinelli. Author spoke on “The Argentine Short Story.”


1994 Apr. As advisor to the Spanish Honor Society, Sigma Delta Pi

organized: Campus visit, talk to classes and lecture of Professor John S. Bruswood.Prof. Bruswood talked on “Contemporary Trends on the Mexican Novel.”


1995 Apr. Co-chaired and organized with Prof. Marvin A. Lewis, at the

University of Missouri-Columbia a symposium honoring Cuban poet Nancy Morejón. Under my initiative Afro-Hispanic Review dedicated an issue to this symposium and the work of Morejón (Volume 15, 1, Spring 1996). Furthermore I contributed to this issue with a photograph of author, previously unprinted material by poet as well as art work and a hand written manuscript by Morejón.

1996, Apr. As advisor to the Latin American Student Association and

the Spanish Honor Society Sigma Delta, Pi organized the campus visit and lecture of Professor George Woodyard.


1997, Nov. As advisor to the Spanish Honor Society, Sigma Delta Pi,

with the support of the Association of Latin American Graduate Students, the Department of Romance Languages and the Afro-Romance Institute, organized:

a) “Exhibit of Twentieth Century Afro-Uruguayan Journalism and Afro-Uruguayan Paintings”;

b) “Bilingual Symposium on Contemporary Afro-Hispanic Poetry and Journalism” with the participation of:

1. poets Nancy Morejón and Georgina Herrera,

2. Professor Alberto Britos Serrat, and

3. graduate students of the Department of Romance Languages.
1998, Apr. As advisor to the Spanish Honor Society Sigma Delta Pi,

with the support of S.O.A.C., the Association of Latin American Graduate Students, the Department of Romance Languages and the International Center, organized “Conference on Contemporary Spanish American Theater”. Participating:

- Mexican playwright Emilio Carballido talked on “Changes and Trends in Contemporary Mexican Theater,” and

- Argentine playwright Nora Glickman talked on “Judeo-Argentine Theater.” April 24, 1998.

- Public reading of Nora Glickman’s play, Liturgias, performed by our graduate and undergraduate students, our faculty as well as William Woods faculty.

The event attracted students and faculty from our campus and other universities in the region.

- Additionally, both writers visited and lectured our classes of Spanish American Literature and also Mexican Literature.
1998, Nov. As advisor to Sigma Delta Pi organized an International

Symposium on Spanish American Women Writers: Luisa Valenzuela (Argentine), Albalucía Angel (Colombian), and Dolores Prida (Cuban American). Leading scholars from all over the Americas attended and presented papers. As a result and under my initiative Letras Femeninas devoted an issue to Luisa Valenzuela literature with Juanamaría Cordones-Cook as guest editor.

1999, Apr. Organized conference with the participation of Cuban poet,

Nancy Morejón. The author read her poetry and lectured on: “Africanity in Cuban Literature.”


2003, April Organized conference and Book presentation by Dr. Melba J.

Boyd and Billingual Poetry Reading of Nancy Morejón and Sally Foster. University of Missouri, Columbia.



ORGANIZED AND CHAIRED SESSIONS:
1991 Feb. Chaired session for International Symposium on Afro- Hispanic Literature, University of Missouri-Columbia.
1991 Oct. Moderator for Session II for "History and Hysteria" Newsletter of the Freudian Field Symposium, University of Missouri-Columbia.
1992 Oct. Chaired two sections at the Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literature at the University of Missouri-Columbia: "Writing Gender in Hispanic Narrative Discourse" and "Siglo de Oro: Prosa Narrativa."
1993 Mar. Spanish and Spanish American Poetry Reading by Luz María Ojeda de Aveiro.
1993 Mar. Chaired section for International Research Conference on Afro-Hispanic Literature and Criticism: "Afro-Uruguay:

Reconstructing the Literary Heritage."


1993 Aug. Organized and chaired session for IX International Symposium in Montevideo, Uruguay, "La novela actual de Luisa Valenzuela."
1993 Aug. Chaired session for IX International Symposium in

Montevideo, Uruguay, on "Poesía y narrativa contemporánea argentina."


1997, Oct. Chaired round table on “Contemporary Cuban Literature:

Nancy Morejón, Sonia Rivera Valdés, Virgil Suárez and Gwendolyn Díaz ” Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio Inter-American Bookfair & Literary Festival, Texas. (October 23-26)


1997, Nov. Organized and chaired: “Post-Colonial Theory and Afro-

Latinamerican Literature,” Mid-West Modern Language Association, Chicago. (November 6-8)


1999, May Chaired session for International Research Conference on

Afro-Hispanic Literatures and Languages: “Equatorial Guinean Literature: Critical Perspectives I.”


2000, Sept. Organized session for Mid-America Conference on Hispanic

Literature. “Cánones femeninos emergentes en Hispanoamérica.” University of Kentucky.


2001 Sept. Organized session for Mid-America Conference on

Hispanic Literature. “Otras aproximaciones a la narrativa de Luisa Valenzuela.”


2002, Aug. Organized and chaired session on “Teatro judeo-argentino,”

G.E.T.E.A. Festival de Teatro Latino Americano, Buenos Aires,

Argentina.
2003, March Organized session “Nancy Morejon’s Poetry.” Latin

American Studies Association International Conference, Dallas (L.A.S.A.).

2003, March Organized and chaired book presentation of Looking

Within/Mirar adentro, with participation of Nancy Morejón, critic Linda Howe, and translators: Gabriel Abudu and Mirtha Quintanales. Latin American Studies Association International Conference, Dallas (L.A.S.A.).

2005 Organized and chaired panel: “Teatro negro hispanoamericano.” VI Conference on Latin American Theatre Today: Festival and Symposium. University of Connecticut. April.

2005 Chaired panel “Guinea Ecuatorial en su literatura y música.” Conference on Transnational Identities: Afro-Hispanic Literature of European Exile. University of Missouri, Columbia. April.


2005 Organized and chaired panel: “Identidad femenina poscolonial,” I° Congreso Regional del Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana “Nuevas cartografías críticas: problemas actuales de la Literatura Iberoamericana." Rosario, Argentina. June.
2005 Organized and chaired panel: “Nuevas lecturas de la obra de Nancy Morejón.” XV Conferencia Anual de La Asociación Internacional de Literatura Femenina Hispánica (AILFH):  “Feminismo: Canon y marginalidad.” Tegucigalpa, Honduras. October.

Committees
1991-1992 Student Awards Committee. (Department of Romance Languages)
Lectures Committee. (Department of Romance Languages)
Search Committee for position on Medieval Spanish Literature and for Golden Age Spanish Literature. (Department of Romance Languages)
Workshop for Untenured Women Committee. (College of Arts and Science)
1992-1995 Status of Women Committee. (College of Arts and Science)
1994-1995 Mentoring and Networking Workshop Committee. (College of Arts and Science)
1994 May Election Committee. (Department of Romance Languages)
1994 May Appeal Committee of Sarah Jones, student of French. (Department of Romance Languages)
1995-1996 Library Committee. (Department of Romance Languages)
Computer Committee. (Department of Romance Languages)
Search Committee for position of Coordinator for Spanish 1 and 2. (Department of Romance Languages)


    1. Graduate Studies Committee. (Department of Romance Languages)

Library Committee. (Department of Romance Languages)

Status of Women Committee. (College of Arts and Science)
Committee for New Interdisciplinary Honors. Cluster in the

Humanities. (Honors College)


Language Houses Committee. (Department of Romance Languages)
1998-1999 Participant of Evaluation of General Education Program.
Library Committee. (Department of Romance Languages)

Status of Women Committee. (College of Arts and Science)


Language Houses Committee. (Department of Romance

Languages)


2000-2001 Graduate Students Committee. (Department of Romance

Languages)


Grant funding Committee. (Department of Romance Languages)
Language Houses Committee. (Department of Romance

Languages)


Promotion and Tenure Sub-Committee. (Department of Romance Languages)
Faculty Awards Committee. (College of Arts and Science)

Lectures Committee. (Campus)


Concerts Committee. (Campus)
2001-2002 Concerts Committee, Chair (Campus)
Lectures Committee (Campus)
Internal Review, Committee Service (Department of Romance Languages)
"Assessment in the Major" for the internal review mandated by CBHE. (Department of Romance Languages)
Recruitment Committee for Chair Position (Department of Romance Languages)
Lectures Committee (Department of Romance Languages)
FIG, Language Houses Committee (Department of Romance Languages)
Grant Funding Committee Service (Department of Romance Languages)
Graduate Students Committee (Department of Romance Languages)
Lectures Committee, Chair (Department of Romance Languages)
2002-2003 Lectures Committee. (Department of Romance Languages)
2004-2005 Curriculum and Instruction (CIA). (College of Arts and Science)
2005- 2006 Library Committee (Department of Romance Languages)
Lectures Committee (Department of Romance Languages)
Search Committee for three positions in Spanish (Department of Romance Languages)
Status of Women Committee (campus)
Lectures Committee. (Campus)
Minorities Affairs Committee
Diaspora Collaborative Working Group for the Center for Arts and Humanities
2006 Organizing Committee for MACHL Conference in the spring

OUTREACH ACTIVITIES:
1997-1999 Advisory Committee of P.A.L.A.R.A.
2003, Oct. Presentation on Nancy Morejón’s poetry and on how to read

poetry to group of U.S.Latino adolescent single mothers at the “Care Center.” Holyoke, Massachusetts.


2003 Participated in round-table discussion at University of Missouri with

Rangira Gallimore, Chris Okonkwo, Margaret Olsen, Flore Zephir, recorded by Michael Ugarte that resulted in publication as “Vanishing Timidity: A Roundtable on African Literature and Culture in the Language and Literature Classroom”, Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies, (Volume 8, 2004).


2004-2006 Member of the Board of STEP-UP! American Association for Rwandan Women.
2004-2005 HALFSA, Member of the Board, and Committee for Lecture and

Video Series.


2005 Tenure reviewer for Frances Jaeger, at Northern Illinois University.
2005 Manuscript reviewer for the University of Texas Press: Women and Power in Argentine Literature: Stories, Interviews, Critical Essays, by Dr, Gwendolyn Díaz. Book will be published in 2007.
2005-2006 Faculty Representative for HLAFSA.
2005- Initiate the organization of the "The Nancy Morejón Special Collection" of Afro-Romance Literature, Language and Culture.
2006 Feb. Invited to attend and accredited at XV FERIA INTERNACIONAL DEL

LIBRO, La Habana, Cuba, February 2-12, 2006.

CULTURAL EDUCATIONAL PRESENTATIONS:
1990 Nov. Presentation to advanced Spanish class on "Cultural

aspects of Everyday Life in Uruguay," in West Junior Spanish Class, Columbia, Missouri.


1991 Feb. Presentation to Agricultural Leaders of Tomorrow, University of Missouri faculty and staff working on project in South America, "Overview of Uruguay, Argentina and Brazil," University of Missouri, Columbia.
1991 May Keynote Speaker for "Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica" American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, on "The Value of Foreign Language ßLearning," at Hickman High School, Columbia, Missouri.
1991 Apr. Presentation to University of Missouri Teachers Association, "Educational System in Uruguay," Columbia, Missouri.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:

Member of G.E.T.E.A. (Grupo de Estudios de Teatro Argentino), from Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires.


Reviewer for Revista de Literatura y Artes Venezolanas /Venezuelan Literature and Arts Journal.
Reviewer for Journal of Hispanic Philology.
Reviewer for Afro-Hispanic Review.
Reviewer for Chasqui.

Reviewer for Letras Femeninas.


Reviewer for a special issue on post-colonialism of the Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. (2002)

Designed and organized Spanish Program for elementary school children at C.C.S., Columbia, Missouri, 1994 to 2002.



WORKSHOPS, DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES:
1990 Jan. Intensive Writing Workshop, University of Missouri- Columbia.
1990 Oct. Grant Writing Workshop, University of Missouri-Columbia.
1991 Sept. New Faculty Development Seminar, University of Missouri- Columbia.
1991 Sept. Advising Workshop, University of Missouri-Columbia.
1991 Mar. Teaching Renewal Workshop, University of Missouri- Columbia.

1992 May Workshop in Writer's Voice in St Louis, Missouri.


1992 June Participated in "Orientation Panel: A Minority Perspective," at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
1994 Apr. Judging Foreign Language Participation Contest at City Lights

Foreign Languages Festival for Junior and Senior High Schools

at Hickman High School, Columbia, Missouri.
1994 May Attended Workshop on Diversity, University of Missouri- Columbia.

1996 Apr. Participated in Faculty Retreat on teaching.


2005 Aug. Participated in Campus Writing Program Faculty Workshop

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
Academic Appointments:
1989-1991 VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-COLUMBIA
1991-1997 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-COLUMBIA.
1997-PRESENT ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-COLUMBIA.
Courses taught:
ELEMENTARY SPANISH 3

A multiskill course centering on cultural/literary readings, including a grammar review, practice in the spoken language, as well as practice in written expression.


INTERMEDIATE SPANISH COMPOSITION AND CONVERSATION 106

Development of reading and writing skills and ability conversational.


1995-1997 Coordinator of multisection Spanish 106.
INTRODUCTION TO HISPANIC LITERATURE 1 203

Designed to enhance the student's ability to discuss critically the literary elements of works of prose. This survey covers the Hispanic literary movements from the Renaissance to the 1980's.


SPANISH CONVERSATION 205
ADVANCED SPANISH COMPOSITION 206

Practice of writing at an advanced level about varied subjects and using different techniques of composition.


INTRODUCTION TO HISPANIC LITERATURE (narrative and essay) 231

An introduction to the reading of Hispanic fiction and essays and to basic theoretical concepts of criticism.


SURVEY OF SPANISH AMERICAN LITERATURE I 331

Reading of representative major authors and works of colonial Spanish American Literature, from 1492 to 1910. Analysis accompanied by postcolonial theories readings.


SURVEY OF SPANISH AMERICAN LITERATURE II 332

Reading and analysis of representative major texts of

contemporary Spanish American literature -all genres

included- from 1910 to the present.


MEXICAN LITERATURE 335

A panoramic view of XXth century Mexican literature--essay,

narrative and theatre-- with emphasis on a postcolonial

critical approach.


CONTEMPORARY SPANISH AMERICAN SHORT STORY

353


A panoramic view of contemporary Spanish American short

story using a simplified theoretically eclectic model of

analysis of the texts.
SPANISH AMERICAN THEATER 355.

A panoramic view of XXth century Spanish American theatre with a semiotic and psychonalytic approach for analysis of dramatic texts.


XXth CENTURY SPANISH AMERICAN POPULAR

THEATER. 355.

Theoretical introduction on popular culture and theater

accompanied a panoramic view of Spanish American

popular theater.
XXth CENTURY POSTCOLONIAL SPANISH AMERICAN

THEATER. 355

Theoretical introduction on post-colonial theory and Spanish American theater with an overview of post-colonial Spanish American theater.
CONTEMPORARY CUBAN THEATER. 355

Half a century of Cuban theater studied in its historical context with a post-colonial approach for analysis of the texts.

SEMINAR: POSTMODERNISM IN SPANISH AMERICAN LITERATURE 410

An introduction to postmodernism in Spanish American

narrative and also to the application of different contemporary theoretical models of literary criticism.
SEMINAR: CONTEMPORARY SPANISH AMERICAN SHORT STORY 410

A panoramic view of contemporary Spanish American short stories --after 1940-- with an eclectic theoretical approach of analysis of texts (emphasis on post-structuralist theories).
SEMINAR: THE SPANISH AMERICAN BILDUNGSROMAN 410

A theoretical introduction to the genre:

traditional and innovative approaches. An overview of the genre in twentieth Spanish American narrative from 1927 to 1995.
SEMINAR: NATION, NARRATION AND THEATER 410

A study of the notion of nation as it is represented in century twentieth Spanish American narration and theater using the theories of Franz Fanon, Homi K. Bhabha, Timothy Brenan, Patrick Taylor and others.


SEMINAR: CULTURAL HYBRIDITY IN CONTEMPORARY SPANISH AMERICAN LITERATURE. 410
SEMINAR: POSTCOLONIAL IDENTITIES 410
EMERGING CANONS OF THE AMERICAS 172 GH (Honors College)

Study of emerging authors of the Americas who are unrecognized in the U.S including Latino, Native and Asian American, Caribbean, and Latin American. Diverse cultural regions will be related by exploring issues of colonialism/post-colonialism, cultural and "racial" identity, nation, syncrecity, tradition and change.


SEMINAR: NANCY MOREJON: HER POETRY, HER

CONTEXT 410

A study of Morejón’s poetry including unpublished work from an eclectic theoretical perspective but with emphasis in post

-colonial issues and theories.


SEMINAR: CARIBBEAN THEATER 8087

An overview of Twentieth Century Spanish Caribbean theater (Cuban, Puertorrican, Dominican) addressing issues of identity, culture / ethnicity, and nation, highlighting issues of transculturation / cultural hybridity / syncreticism.


Independent reading courses to graduate and

undergraduate students.



Advising:
Honors Advising:


    1. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program

mentor.
1992, Fall Mentoring Rhodes Scholar applicant, Elizabeth P.

McNulty.



    1. Advisor to Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish Honor Society.



    2. The chapter has sponsored: national scholarships, Rochelle Hollis (Summer 1993) and Christopher Blake (summer 1994) have won the Sigma Delta Pi scholarship for an intense inmersion program in Spanish at the Center for bilingual Multicultural Studies in Cuernavaca. The Beta

chapter has also established liaisons with Sigma Delta Pi chapters in other universities and all the conferences

organized by this chapter have been attended by students and faculty from other universities no only from the state of Missouri but from other states. (see service)


1995-1996 Advisor to Latin American Student Association.

Doctoral committees:
1991-1997 Andrea Swank.

1993-1994 William Clary.

1995-Present Lydia Argüelles. (Advisor since1997-2004)

1995-1998 Nicole Abott. (Advisor 1997-1998)



    1. Mark Kelty.

2002-2003 Samuel Zadi, Member.

2005 Michel Man


Doctoral committee (international outside reader):
2003 Outside reader, reader, Graduate Committee, International

Doctoral committee. Read and evaluated doctoral dissertation

by Zaida Capote Cruz on literature: "Contra el silencio: Una

lectura de Dulce María Loynaz" Instituto de Literatura y Lingüística (University in Havana, Cuba).

Masters Committee:
2001- Present Kristin Totleben, Advisor
2001- 2003 Maritza Navarro

Undergraduate:


2005-2006 Mentor to Christoper Walters (changed last name to Chable) for Undergraduate Research Mentorship Program sponsored by the School of Arts and Science (two semesters).

Membership in professional associations


American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese

Asociación de Literatura Femenina Hispánica

Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana

Latin American Studies Association

Modern Language Association

Hispanic Latin American Faculty and Staff Association






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