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Marcy Ellen Schwartz
Department of Spanish and Portuguese 110 Prince St.

Rutgers University Bordentown, NJ 08505

105 George St. (609) 324-0571

New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1414

(732) 932-9412 ext. 34 / FAX (732) 932-9837 E-mail: mschwartz@spanport.rutgers.edu

www.rci.rutgers.edu/~meschwar/index.html



Education

Ph.D. Spanish, Johns Hopkins University, 1992

M.A. Spanish, Johns Hopkins University, 1989

M.A. Spanish and French, Université de Paris-VIII, 1983

B.A. Spanish and French, Syracuse University, 1981


Employment History

Associate professor: Rutgers University, 1999-present

Assistant professor: Rutgers University, 1992-1999

Adjunct instructor: Rutgers University, 1991-92

Teaching assistant: Johns Hopkins University, 1986-91
Visiting associate professor: Princeton University, Fall 2007

Visiting exchange professor: Université de Paris-8, Spring 2010



Books published
Writing Paris: Urban Topographies of Desire in Contemporary Latin American Fiction

(SUNY Press, 1999)

Reviewed in: South Atlantic Review 67.3 (2002) by Cecilia Castro Lee

Latin American Research Review 39.3 (2004): 233-242 by Gorica Majstorovic MLN 117.2 (2002): 517-519 by Diane Marting

Revista Iberoamericana 66.193 (2000): 920-22 by Julie Jones

Modern Language Review 95.4 (2000): 1112-1113 by Paul Jordan

Iberoamericana 1.2 (2001): 259-60 by Vera Gerling

Hispanic Outlook 1/20/2000: 55

Choice 37.4 (December 1999) by N.R. Fitch

Voice-Overs: Translation and Latin American Literature (co-edited with Daniel Balderston) (SUNY Press, 2002)

Reviewed in: Cadernos de Tradução 16.2 (2005): 283-86 by Justyna Szychowska



Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 7 (2005): 301

Translation Review 8.2 (2002): 59

Hispanic Review 71 (2003): 444-46 by Sergio Waisman

MLN 119.2 (2004): 388-392 by Todd Garth

Books published (cont’d)
Photography and Writing in Latin America: Double Exposures (co-edited with Mary Beth Tierney-Tello) (U New Mexico P, 2006)

Reviewed in: Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 31.2 (2007): 384-85 by Rubén Gallo


Invenciones urbanas: ficción y ciudad latinoamericanas (Buenos Aires: Corregidor, 2010)

Articles in a refereed journal or collection
“Public Stakes, Public Stories: Service Learning in Literary Studies,” PMLA special issue

“Work” (forthcoming)


“Instructions for How to Teach the Boom in Julio Cortázar’s Rayuela,” Teaching the Latin

American Boom, eds. Alejandro Herrera-Olaizola and Lucille Kerr, MLA (forthcoming)
Translation, introduction, and critical bibliography of Gérard Genette, “L’Utopie Littéraire,”

Criticism in Translation series, PMLA (forthcoming).


“The Right to Imagine: Reading in Community with People and Stories/Gente y Cuentos,”

PMLA 126.3 (2011): 746-52.
“Escribir contra la ciudad: fotos y texto en Prosa del observatorio de Julio Cortázar,” Cuadernos

LIRICO 7, Arqueologías: borradores, archivos, genealogías de escritura, ed. Julio Premat, Réseau Interuniversitaire d'Etudes sur les Littératures Contemporaines du Río de la Plata, on line forthcoming 2012


“The Writing on the Wall: Urban Cultural Studies and the Power of Aesthetics,” in City/Art: The Urban Scene in Latin America, ed. Rebecca Biron, Durham: Duke UP, 2009, 127-44.
“Perilous Peripheries: Translation and Identity in Jorge Luis Borges,” Variaciones Borges 23

(2007): 21-36.


“Short Circuits: Gendered Itineraries in Recent Urban Fiction Anthologies from Latin America,” Chapter 1 in Unfolding the City: Women Write the City in Latin America, eds. Anne Lambright and Elisabeth Guerrero, U MN P, 2007, 3-26.
“Clues toward an Introduction, or How We Are All Ethnographers” introduction to invited

thematic cluster on “Cluelessness and Difference in the Literature Classroom,” ed. Marcy Schwartz, Pedagogy 7.2 (2007): 171-81.


“Writing against the City: Julio Cortázar’s Photographic Take of India,” Photography and Writing in Latin America: Double Exposures (co-edited with Mary Beth Tierney-Tello) Albuquerque: U New Mexico P, 2006, 117-139.
“Introduction,” Photography and Writing in Latin America: Double Exposures (co-edited with Mary Beth Tierney-Tello), Albuquerque: U New Mexico P, 2006, 1-21, co-authored with Mary Beth Tierney-Tello.
“Paris under Her Skin: Luisa Futoransky’s Urban Inscriptions of Exile” in Luisa

Futoransky y su palabra itinerante, ed. Ester Gimbernat González, Montevideo:

Hermes Criollo, 2005, 171-201.


“‘Los intelectuales que no nos ubicamos nunca:’ Entrevista inedita con Daniel Moyano,” Revista Iberoamericana 69.204 (2003): 717-726.
“Del extrañamiento al exilio: el “no-lugar” urbano en la ficción hispanoamericana de fin de siglo XX,” Mas allá de la ciudad letrada: crónicas y espacios urbanos, eds. Silvia Spitta and Boris Muñoz, Pittsburgh: Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, 2003, 333-351.
“Between Crónica and Cuento: Alfredo Bryce Echenique’s Storied Journal in Diario triste de París,” in Los mundos de Alfredo Bryce Echenique: nuevos textos críticos, editors César Ferreira and Ismael P. Márquez, Lima: Fondo Editorial de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 2003, 97-104.
“Introduction,” Voice-Overs: Translation and Latin America Literature, Albany: SUNY P, 2002, 1-12, co-authored with Daniel Balderston.
“Cortázar Under Exposure: Photography and Fiction in the City,” in Beyond the Lettered City: Latin American Literature and Mass Media, eds. Debra Castillo and José Edmundo Paz-Soldán, Garland Press, 2000, 117-138.
"París no siempre era una fiesta. . . : La política transnacional de la cultura en La danza inmóvil de Manuel Scorza," Revista Iberoamericana 63.180 (1997): 437-448.
"Writing Paris: Topographies of Desire in Latin American Urban Identity," Monographic Review / Revista Monográfica 12 (1996): 353-365.


"Tradition and Treason: Sacred Translation in Two Stories by Borges and Chekhov," Canadian Review of Comparative Literature 23.4 (1996): 1085-1095.
"Cortázar's Plural Parole: Multilingual Shifts in the Short Fiction," Romance Notes 36.2 (1995): 331-338.
"On the Border: Cultural and Linguistic Trespassing in Alfredo Bryce Echenique's La vida exagerada de Martín Romaña and El hombre que hablaba de Octavia de Cádiz," Los mundos de Alfredo Bryce Echenique: textos críticos, editors César Ferreira and Ismael P. Márquez, Lima: Fondo Editorial de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 1994, 215-231. Reprinted in Los mundos de Alfredo Bryce Echenique: nuevos textos críticos, editors César Ferreira and Ismael P. Márquez, Lima: Fondo Editorial de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 2003, 285-298.
"The Function of the Fantastic in Clarín's La Regenta," Romanic Review (Jan. 1993): 19-30.
"Cultural Exile and the Canon: Writing Paris into Contemporary Latin American Narrative," Paradise Lost or Gained? The Literature of Hispanic Exile, eds. Jorge Ruffinelli and Fernando Alegría, Houston: Arte Público Press, 1990, 192-210.
Women Writing in Latin America: An Anthology, eds. Sara Castro-Klarén, Sylvia Molloy, Beatriz Sarlo, Boulder, CO: Westview, 1991, translated texts by Magda Portal, Hebe de Bonafini and Paolina Luisi, 249-253, 263-272, 280-289.

Articles in a non-refereed journal or collection
“Words on Images of Jean-Pierre Vorlet: Excavations of Meaning,” Jean-Pierre Vorlet:

Affiches Déchirées. Lausanne, Switzerland, 2009, 339-45.
“La lectura con adultos,” Memorias del Séptimo Congreso Nacional de Lectura. Bogotá:

Fundalectura, 2006, 178-85.


“De lado de aca/del lado de alla: la mirada fotográfica de Julio Cortázar, entre continentes,”

Matérika 9 (2005): 28-39; www.materika.com (2004).


“Julio Cortázar y la rabdomancia artística: música, fotografía, arte, literatura,” Matérika (Costa Rica) 2.4 (2001): 8-16.
Reviews
Hart, Stephen M. and David Wood, eds. Essays on Alfredo Bryce Echenique, Peruvian

Literature and Culture.  London: Centre of César Vallejo Studies, 2010 in Bulletin of

Spanish Studies 89 (2012): 827-28.

Graff Zivin, Erin. The Wandering Signifier: Rhetoric of Jewishness in the Latin American



Imaginary. Durham: Duke UP, 2008 in Revista Iberoamericana 231.76 (2010): 509-12.

Williams, Raymond Leslie. The Twentieth Century Latin American Novel. Austin: U TX P,

2003 in Latin American Literary Review 34.67 (2006): 174-76.

Richard, Nelly, Masculine/Feminine: Practices of Difference(s) and The Insubordination of Signs: Political Change, Cultural Transformation and the Poetics of the Crisis, trans. Alice A. Nelson and Silvia R. Tandeciarz, Durham: Duke UP, 2004 in Intertexts 9.2 (2005): 183-86.

Waisman, Sergio. Borges and Translation: The Irreverence of the Periphery. Lewisburg, PA:

Bucknell University Press, 2005 in MLN 121.2 (2006): 497-500.

Weiss, Jason, The Lights of Hope. A Century of Latin American Writers in Paris, NY: Routledge, 2002 in Revista Iberoamericana 207 (2004): 602-604.

Díaz, Roberto Ignacio, Unhomely Rooms: Foreign Tongues in Spanish American Literature, Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2002 in Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 81.3 (2004): 424-425.

González, Aníbal, Killer Books: Violence, Writing, and Ethics in Modern Spanish American Narrative, U Texas P, 2001 in MLN 118.2 (2003): 502-504.

Sarlo, Beatriz, Jorge Luis Borges: A Writer on the Edge, London, Verso, 1993, in MLN 110 (1995): 457-459.

Futoransky, Luisa, Urracas, Buenos Aires, Planeta, 1992, in Hispamérica Dec. 1994, 114-117.

"General Literature" section, Handbook of Latin American Studies no. 52 (1992), annotated bibliography, co-author Sara Castro-Klarén, 457-465.

"General Literature" section, Handbook of Latin American Studies no. 50 (1990), annotated bibliography, co-author Sara Castro-Klarén, 409-417.
Books in progress
Public Pages: Reading along the Latin American Streetscape
The City Seen: Urban Fiction and Visual Culture in Latin America
Invited Lectures
“Reading in Community: People and Stories/Gente y Cuentos,” Guest Speaker for multisection

course Cross-Cultural Perspectives: The U.S. and the Spanish Speaking World, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, September 2012


"Sobre ruedas:  Lectura, movimiento y espacio público en América Latina," Universidad

Autónoma de México, Mexico City, June 26, 2012


“Palabras para el Parador: Crónica de los hombres que buscan un lugar por Pablo Melicchio,”

Ministerio de Cultura, Capital Mundial del Libro, Buenos Aires, Argentina, March 21, 2012


“Escritura revelada: fotografía y escritura en colaboración, y el caso de Julio Cortázar,”

Inaugural Lecture for Series “Imágenes/Historias,” Archivo General de la Universidad de

la República, Montevideo, Uruguay, May 5, 2011
“Páginas públicas: Lecturas en movimiento en la ciudad latinoamericana,” Universidad Alberto

Hurtado, Santiago, Chile, April 26, 2011


“Street Stories: The Place of Literature in Latin American Public Culture,” CUNY Graduate

Center, New York, April 1, 2011


“Escribir contra la ciudad: fotos y texto en Prosa del observatorio de Julio Cortázar,” at the

symposium “Arqueologies, Archives, Brouillons, Généalogies d’écriture,” Université de Paris-VIII, May 7, 2010.


Gente y Cuentos: de la palabra escrita a la voz de la comunidad,” Plenary speaker at conference

“Intervención social con la literatura,” Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina,

Sept. 22-23, 2009
“Public Pages: Once upon a Bus Route in a Latin American City,” Florida International University, Feb. 26. 2009
París en la literatura hispanoamericana,” Universidad Nacional, Heredia, Costa Rica, March 15, 2007
La geografía fotográfica de Julio Cortázar,” Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil, Nov. 8, 2006
People and Stories/Gente y Cuentos: Literature and Community,” Livingston College Colloquia, Rutgers University, Oct. 27, 2006
Photography and Writing in Latin America: Double Exposures,” Center for Latino Arts and Culture lecture series, Rutgers University, Nov. 14, 2006
La lectura con adultos,” Congreso de Lectura, Bogotá, Colombia, April 2006
Cómo enriquecer la lectura en voz alta con la conversación,” Congreso de Lectura, Bogotá, Colombia, April 2006
“Double Exposures: Photography and Writing in Latin America,” Scripps College, Claremont, CA, September 2005
“Expresión revelada: fotografía y escritura en colaboración en América Latina,” Instituto de Literatura Iberoamericana, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, March 2005
“La traducción como cultura en América Latina,” Département de Langues Romanes, Université Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar, Senegal, February 2003
“La traduction et le postcolonialisme en Amérique Latine et les implications pour l’Afrique occidentale,” West African Research Center, Dakar, Senegal, February 2003
“Teaching Diversity in the Multicultural Classroom in the U.S.,” Ecole Normale Superieur, Dakar, Senegal, February 2003
“The Walls Have Eyes: Urban Cultural Studies and the Power of Aesthetics in Cortázar’s ‘Graffiti,’” Latin American Cities Symposium, University of Miami, October 2002
Voice-Overs: Translation and Latin American Literature: una antología colaborativa,” Dept. of Comparative Literature, Universidad de Puerto Rico-Río Piedras, August 2001
“The Writing on the Wall: García Canclini, Graffiti, and the Limits of the Interdisciplinary,”

Faculty and Graduate seminar, University of Iowa, Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese, Feb. 2001


“Borges and His Garden of Signs,” Scholar on Stage, George Street Playhouse, Dec. 1999
"The Immovable Dance: Paris and Politics in Manuel Scorza's La danza inmóvil," Departmental Seminar, Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, April 1998
"The Writing on the Wall: García Canclini, Graffiti, and the Limits of the Interdisciplinary," The End of the Celebration: Critical Approaches to Latin American Cultural Studies speaker series, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, March 1998



Papers presented
Round-table participant, “New Archives, Renewed Access: Research Methodologies in

Latin American Collections,” Modern Language Association convention, Boston, Jan. 2013


“Public Pages: Reading on the Margins as a Response to Economic Crisis in Argentina,”

LASA Congress, San Francisco, May 2012


“Páginas públicas: Lecturas en movimiento en la ciudad latinoamericana,” IILI Congress,

Georgetown University, Washington, DC, June 2010


“The Right to Imagine:  Reading in Community with People and Stories/Gente y Cuentos,”

Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, December 2009


“Public Pages: Once upon a Bus Route in a Latin American City,” Constituting Places:

Movement and Trajectories in Latin America conference, Program in Latin

American Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, April 2008
“Disrobed: Bodily Spectacles in the Dislocation of Exile,” LASA Congress, Montreal,

September 2007


“City Snaps: Photography and Fantasy in Adolfo Bioy Casares,” LASA Congress, San

Juan, Puerto Rico, March 2006


“Short Circuits: Gendered Itineraries in Recent Urban Fiction Anthologies from Latin America,” LASA Congress, Las Vegas, October 2004
Presenter on Workshop panel, “The Need for Translation: Current Questions and

Concerns,” LASA Congress, Las Vegas, October 2004


“Del lado de aca/del lado de alla: la mirada fotográfica de Julio Cortázar, entre

continentes,” Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana conference,

Poitiers, France, June 2004
“Writing Against the City: Julio Cortázar’s Photographic Takes of Peru and India,” The Photograph conference, Mosaic, Winnipeg, Canada, March 2004
“Voice-Overs: Latin American Identity through Translation of the ‘Foreign’ (The Case of Jorge Luis Borges),” American Comparative Literature Association conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, April 2002
“Sex in the City: Voyeurism and the Performance of Exile in Cortázar and Peri Rossi,” Modern Language Association, Washington, DC, December 2000
“Cortázar Under Exposure: Photography and Fiction in the City,” LASA Congress, Miami, March 2000
"Tradition and Treason, or the Tricks of Translation in Borges's Prose," LASA Congress, Chicago, September 1998
"Is There an Aesthetic in This Hybrid? Literary Absences in García Canclini's

Globalization of Culture," Modern Language Association, Toronto, December 1997


"From Estrangement to Exile: Urban Placelessness in Recent Latin American Fiction," 1898-1998: Culture, Nation, and Identity -- Florida International University-University of Miami Conference on Iberian and Iberian-American Literatures, Miami, October 1997
"The Immovable Dance: Paris Meets the Jungle in Manuel Scorza's La danza inmóvil," LASA Congress, Guadalajara, Mexico, April 1997
"Sacred Citations: An Exile's Spiritual Search in Luisa Futoransky's Son cuentos chinos," Modern Language Association, Washington D.C., December 1996
"From the Intimate to the Alien: Jorge Luis Borges's Urban Maps," LASA Congress, Washington, D.C., September 1995

"Cortázar's Plural Parole: Multilingualism in the Short Fiction," Modern Language Association, San Diego, December 1994


"Exiled in Her Own Language: Luisa Futoransky's Transnational Fiction," Transformations of Women and Gender conference, Institute for Research on Women, Rutgers, May 1994
"The Interstices of Desire: Paris and Passageways in Cortázar's 'El otro cielo'," Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, April 1994
"From the Intimate to the Alien: Borges's Urban Maps," Center for the Critical Analysis of Contemporary Culture, Rutgers University, February 1994
"On the Border: Testing Linguistic Frontiers in Alfredo Bryce Echenique's La vida exagerada de Martín Romaña," CHISPA, New Orleans, February 1993
"Bilingual and Cross-Cultural Signs in Contemporary Latin American Narrative from Europe," Modern Language Association Conference, New York, December 1992
"The European Production of Latin American Literature and the Fictionalization of

Cultural Process," Modern Language Association, New York, December 1992


"Provocando las fronteras: El discurso desbordante en la narrativa de Cortázar, Bryce Echenique y Peri Rossi," XXIX Congreso del Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, Barcelona, Spain, June 1992
"The Hegemony of Paris: Cultural Exile and the Canon in Contemporary Latin American Narrative," The Canon and Marginality Conference, SUNY-Binghamton, May 1991

"Writing Paris: Cross-Cultural Intertext in Contemporary Peruvian Narrative," Crossing the Disciplines: Cultural Studies in the 1990s, University of Oklahoma, October 1990



Honors, Scholarships and Grants
Center for Cultural Analysis, Rutgers, Faculty Fellow 2011-2012

Center for Latin American Studies research grants, Rutgers, 2010, 2011

Research Council Grants, Rutgers, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2005

Departmental Curriculum Development grant, 2000

Departmental Curriculum Development grant, 1999

Civic Engagement and Service Education Partnerships Program, Rutgers, curriculum

development grant 2009

Citizenship and Service Education, Rutgers, curriculum development grant 1996

Douglass College Fellows Opportunity Fund Grant, 1995, 1996-97, 1998

Center for the Critical Analysis of Contemporary Culture, Rutgers, Faculty Fellow 1993-4

Citizenship and Service Education, Rutgers, research grant 1993-4

Teaching Excellence Center grant, Rutgers, 1993-4

Tinker Summer Research Travel Grant 1989

Phi Sigma Iota National Scholarship 1981

Summa cum laude graduate 1981

Phi Beta Kappa

Phi Sigma Iota

Eta Pi Upsilon


Memberships
Modern Language Association

Latin American Studies Association

Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana

Teaching assignments: Rutgers University (1991-present)

Undergraduate courses:

Spanish 313 Advanced conversation

Spanish 215 Introduction to Hispanic Literature

Spanish 216 Concepts in Hispanic Literature

Spanish 326 Advanced Language Workshop

Spanish 332 Literature and Culture of the Hispanic Caribbean

Spanish 333, 334 Literature and Culture of Spanish America

Spanish 443, Spanish American Short Story

Spanish 447 Spanish American Novel

Spanish 451 Literature of Latin American Exile and Displacement

Spanish 489 Urban Inventions: The City in Latin American Writing Culture

Spanish 491 The Poetics and Politics of Space in Latin American Narrative

(Cross-listed with Latin American Studies 402)

Latin American Exile and Displacement -- Rutgers College Honors/Citizenship and Service Education Seminar

Urban Inventions: The City in World Literature -- Rutgers College Honors Seminar

Study Abroad 300 Costa Rica: Race, Class and Culture in Limón

Byrne Freshmen Seminars :

City Scenes: Social Protest in Urban Latin America

Painting the Town: Visual Culture in the City
Graduate Courses:

Spanish 551 Spanish American Novel I (graduate level)

Spanish 552 Spanish American Novel II (graduate level)

Spanish 553 Spanish American Short Story (graduate level)

Spanish 660 Latin American Literature of Exile (graduate level)

Spanish 660 Metafiction and Intertextuality in Latin American 20th C. Novel

Spanish 660 Visual Modernities in Latin America: Photography and Narrative

Spanish 597 Urban Inventions: The City in Latin American Writing Culture

Spanish 597 Public Culture in Latin America: Spatial Trajectories and Aesthetic Participation in Urban Art and Literature

Spanish 659 Literature and Photography: Intersections of the Visual and the Verbal


Ph. D. dissertation direction:

Luis Alfredo Intersimone, defended fall 2005

Claudia Cabello-Hutt, defended spring 2010

Selma Cohen, defended spring 2012

Katherine Goldman
Professional activities
Tenure/promotion review: Wellesley College (fall 2001), University of Michigan (fall 2002, fall 2010), Middlebury College (spring 2003), Dartmouth College (fall 2003), Ohio State University (fall 2004), CUNY-Hunter College (spring 2005), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (spring 2006), Scripps College (fall 2006), University of Louisville (spring 2008), University of Victoria, Canada (fall 2010), University of Minnesota (fall 2012)

Manuscript evaluation:

Presses: U Texas P, Bucknell UP, Arizona UP, SUNY P, U Pittsburgh P, U CA P, Routledge


Journals: PMLA, boundary 2, Latin American Literary Review, Letras

Femeninas, Dissidences, Hispanic Journal of Theory and Criticism

Grant proposal evaluation: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

(fall 2004, fall 2005), Israel Research Council (spring 2010)

Book Reviewer, World Literature Today

Editorial Board member: Latin American Literary Review, Silliman Journal, Textos

Híbridos, Urban Cultural Studies

MLA Exec. Com. Div. 20th C. Latin American Literature (elected member) 2012-2016

MLA Delegate (elected by 20th C. Latin American Literature) 2002-2005

MLA Exec. Com. Division on The Teaching of Literature (elected member) 2003-2007


Panel Discussant:
“Genre Mutability: Political Transitions in Argentina and Chilepanel, LASA Congress,

San Francisco, May 2012


“Literatura Chilena Siglos XX y XXI: Nuevas Lecturaspanel, LASA Congress, Montreal,

September 2007


“Lo primitivo y lo arcaico: narrativa de viajes” panel, LASA Congress, San Juan, Puerto

Rico, March 2006



Chair of session

“New Archives, Renewed Access: Research Methodologies in Latin American Collections,” Modern Language Association convention, Boston, Jan. 2013 (co-chair with Claudia Cabello-Hutt)


“El lugar de la lectura en la cultura pública latinoamericana,” IILI Congress, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, June 2010
"Reading the Archive: The Latin American Boom Revisited," MLA, Philadelphia, December 2006
Homenaje a Juan José Saer y Saul Yurkievich; in memoriam, LASA Congress, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 2006
“Iconicity and Literature,” MLA, Washington, D.C., December 2005.
“Cluelessness and Difference in the Literature Classroom,” MLA, Philadelphia, December 2004.

"The Culture of Translation in Latin American Literature," LASA Congress, Chicago, September 1998


"Urban Inventions: Cityscapes in Twentieth-Century Art, Architecture and Literature," LASA Congress, Guadalajara, Mexico, April 1997
"Image Word Reflection: Portraits of Cultural Space in Latin America," LASA Congress, Washington D.C., September 1995
"The International Literary Market: Mechanisms of Cultural Production," MLA, New York, December 1992


Faculty service

Director of Graduate Studies, Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese, 2007-2009

University Senate elected delegate, 2011-2014

School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program faculty mentor, 2007-09, 2010-11, 2011-12

Aresty Research Center faculty mentor, 2006-09, 2011-13

FIGS Faculty mentor, Fall 2011

Acting Director, Latin American Studies Program (RULAS), 2005

Academic Director, Latin American Studies Program (RULAS), 1999-2004, Spring 2006

Co-coordinator, New Cosmopolitanisms Working Group (Global Initiative), 2005-2007

New Brunswick Faculty Council representative (elected position), 2004-2007

Secretary of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, 2000-2002, spring 2007

Director, Rutgers Study Abroad in Costa Rica, Summer 1999



Committee member

Faculty Advisory Committee, Center for Latin American Studies, 2012-15

Faculty Advisory Committee, The Collaborative, 2012-

Humanities curriculum committee, Graduate School of New Brunswick, 2012-14

Faculty of Arts and Sciences Appointment and Promotions committee, 1999-2002,

2005, 2006

Ad Hoc Committee for SAS on Graduate Study in the Modern Languages and Literatures,

2010-2011

Global Studies Steering Committee, 2005-2007

Department Search Committee, 1998-99, 2001-2002, 2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2006-2007

Department Course of Study Committee, 1991-1994, Fall 1996, 1998-99

Douglass Scholars Colloquium Committee, Spring 1993

Mabel Smith Douglass Honors Program, 1993-1994

Douglass College Scholarship Committee, 1994-1996

Department Graduate Course of Study Committee, Spring 1995

Departmental Honors Committee, 1994-1996

Departmental Graduate Admissions Committee, 1995-1997, 1998-1999, 2002-2003, 2004-

2005, 2006-2007, 2009-2010

Departmental Budget and Activities Committee, 2011-2012

Departmental Budget Committee, 1995-1997, 2000-2001



Douglass Scholars Advisory Board, 1995-1999

Departmental Hispanic Activities and Conference Committee, 1996-1997, 2000-

2002, 2005-2006

Faculty of Arts and Sciences Nominating Committee, 1995-1997

Costa Rica Study Committee, 1996-

Latin America Study Abroad Advisory Committee, 2006-

Research Council Grant review committee, Spring 2001


Chair of committee

Department Undergraduate Course of Study Committee, 1992-1993, Fall 1996


Other service

New Brunswick Faculty Council, elected departmental representative, 2004-2007

Translation examiner, Graduate School, Rutgers, 1996-1997

Faculty advisor, Casa Hispánica residence, 1992-2000



Speakers' Directory, Rutgers University Office of Undergraduate Admissions, 1992-1996

September 2012






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