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COMPITELLO 1 CURRICULUM VITAE MALCOLM ALAN - U
COMPITELLO
CURRICULUM VITAE
MALCOLM ALAN COMPITELLO
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
545 Modern Languages Building
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 857221
520-621-7347 (office)
520-621-6104 (fax)
520-296-1473 (home)
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.u.Arizona.edu/~compitel
EDUCATION
1970-1979:
1968- 1970:
1964-1968
Ph.D. Indiana University, Bloomington
Major: Hispanic Literature
Minor: Comparative Literature
MA St. John's University
Jamaica, New York
Major: Hispanic Literature
BA St. John's University,
Jamaica, New York
Major: Spanish
ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS
1995-1999-2000
2003-2005
Head, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Arizona
Interim Head, Department of French and Italian, University of Arizona
Elected to Executive Committee, ADFL (Association of Departments of Foreign
Languages).
2005
Elected President, ADFL for calendar year 2005
2002-Executive Committee Center for Latin American Studies
1996--2000
Steering Committee Program in Comparative Cultural and Literary Studies,
University of Arizona
1992 -- 1995: Associate Chair, Department of Romance and Classical Languages, Michigan
State University
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1992:
1992--1995
1982-1986;
1988-1992:
1985-1988:
1980-1981:
Interim Associate Chair, Department of Romance and Classical Languages, Michigan
State University. (January - June)
Steering Committee, Program in Comparative Literature, Michigan State University
Spanish Graduate Advisor, Department of Romance and Classical Language,
Michigan State University.
Coordinator of Spanish Language Instruction, Department of Romance and Classical
Languages, Michigan State University.
Supervisor of Teaching Assistants in pilot program for first-year Spanish, Michigan
State University.
PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
1968-1970:
1970-1976:
1971-1972:
1975-1976:
1976-1977:
1975-1977:
1977-1981:
1980:
1981:
1986-1995--
Language Laboratory and Research Assistant, Department of Foreign Languages, St.
John's University.
Associate Instructor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Indiana University.
Visiting Instructor of English, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
Preceptor (Assistant Supervisor) Second-Year Spanish II, Department of Spanish and
Portuguese, Indiana University.
Associate Faculty (part-time), Department of Foreign Languages, Indiana UniversityPurdue University, Indianapolis.
Assistant Editor, The American Hispanist, Inc.
Assistant Professor, Department of Romance and Classical Languages, Michigan State
University.
Visiting Professor, the Spanish Summer School, Middlebury College.
Associate Professor (with tenure) Department of Romance and Classical Languages,
Michigan State University.
Professor, Department of Romance and Classical Languages, Michigan State
University
Professor and Head, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of
Arizona.
DIRECTORSHIPS OVERSEAS PROGRAMS
1978:
1979, 1982:
1986, 1987,
1989, 1990,
Grand Valley State College's summer program in Granada, Spain.
Michigan State University's summer program in Valencia, Spain.
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1992:
1997
Michigan State University summer program in Denia, Spain.
University of Arizona Spring Semester in Alcalá de Henares
GRANTS
2002
2002
1997-1998
1997-1999
1998-1999
1997
1996
1991-1994:
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1993:
1991:
1990:
1988:
1987-1988:
1985:
1983-1984:
Grant for Committee for Cultural Cooperation Between Spain’s Ministry of Education
and North American Universities for “Hispanic Cultural Studies: The State of the Art
Conference ($5,000)
Grant from Office of Vice President for Research for Hispanic Cultural Studies, the
State of the Art Conference (10,000).
Principal Investigator NEH Focus Grant to Study K-16 articulation of foreign
language study ($24,000)
Co-Principal Investigator MLA High School to College Articulation Project
Training and Equipment grant from the Office of the Vice President for
Undergraduate Education for making new general education classes. ($2,500)
Grant from Office of the Vice President for Undergraduate Education to work of
integrating Latin American content into new general education curriculum at the
University of Arizona, especially the coordination of efforts between courses in
Traditions and Cultures and Individuals and Society. $(10,000)
Travel Grants from Dean's Special Travel Fund to read papers at MLA Conventions
and Kentucky Foreign Language Conference.
All-University Research Grant (AURG), College of Arts and Letters, Michigan State
University, for research in Madrid on the politics of Spanish Postmodernism.
Travel grant from Western European Studies to read paper at Kentucky Foreign
Language Conference.
Travel grant form Western European Studies to read paper at CINE-LIT II Portland,
Oregon.
Travel grant from Western European Studies to read paper at Kentucky Foreign
Language Conference.
Travel Grant from CIBER to read paper on Spanish film at CINE/LIT Conference,
February 1991.
All-University Research Initiation Grant (AURIG), Michigan State University, for work
on biography of Luis Martín-Santos.
Grant form Special Foreign Travel Fund, Office of the Dean of International Studies
and Programs, Michigan State University, read paper at Mediterranean XI Conference
Budapest, Hungary.
All-University Research Grant (AURG), College of Arts and Letters, Michigan State
University for research in Madrid on Martín-Santos.
Travel Grant: Center for Advance Study in International Development (CASID),
Michigan State University to read paper at Conference on Hispanic Avant-garde prose.
Post-Doctoral Research Grant US-Spain Joint Commission for Educational and
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1983:
1982:
1982:
1980:
1978-1987:
1974:
1971-1972:
1970:
Cultural Affairs, topic: "From Silence to Destruction the Evolution of Luis MartínSantos, “ Grant tenure September 1983-June 1984. Extension granted for period JulyAugust 1984.
All-University Research Initiation Grant (AURIG), Michigan State University. Topic:
"Ordering the Evidence: Volverás a Región and Civil War Fiction." Award was granted
to help with publication costs for book Ordering the Evidence: Volverás a Región and Civil
War Fiction. Barcelona: Puvill, 1983.
Grant from Spanish-American Cultural Exchange, Inc. to help with publication costs of
manuscript listed above.
Curriculum Development Grant, Center for Advance Study in International
Development (CASID), Michigan State University. Topic: "Redesign of Second Year
Curriculum in Spanish Language to Include More Material Related to Social Sciences."
Assignment to Humanities Research, College of Arts and Letters, Michigan State
University, for summer quarter. Award declined to accept position as Visiting Professor
in the Spanish School, Middlebury College.
All-University Research Grants, Michigan State University.
Doctoral Student Grant-in-aid for Dissertation Research, Indiana University,
Bloomington.
Fulbright grant for Study and Teaching in Spain.
Summer Teaching Intern Fellowship, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Indiana
University, Bloomington.
ACADEMIC HONORS
2000
1979-1981:
1979:
1968:
1968:
1967-1968:
Honorable Mention, Administrator of the Year. Graduate and Professional Student
Association, The University of Arizona
Nominated by Department of Romance and Classical Languages for college-level
competition for Michigan State University Teacher-Scholar Award.
Nominated by College of Arts and Letters for university-level competition for Michigan
State University Teacher-Scholar Award.
Award for Academic Excellence in Foreign Languages, College of Arts and Sciences, St.
John's University.
President's Award, St. John's University (awarded to varsity athlete with highest
academic average).
Dean's List, College of Arts and Sciences, St. John's University.
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OUTREACH AND SERVICE
Editorial Positions
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Executive Editor, Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 1996 -Assistant Editor/Contributing Editor, The American Hispanist (1975-1981).
Editor, An Annual Bibliography of Post-Civil War Spanish Fiction (1977-1981).
North American Editorial Advisor, Editorial Urbión, Madrid (1978-1980).
National and International Outreach and Service
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Organizing committee for Modern Literature Conference, Michigan State University, 1983,
1985-1987, 1991. Workshop on What to Do With a Language Major” Towson State
University, April 2004.
ACTFL proficiency testing workshop, June 1988.
Reader, ETS Advance Placement Spanish Examination, June 1991, Trenton, NJ.
ADFL job counselor, MLA Convention 1996 to present.
Organized MPA (Motion Picture Association of America) Latin American Film Tour 1998.
This event brought films from Argentina, Brazil and Mexico to six university campuses
around the United States. It was a joint venture of the MPA, the film institutes of Argentina,
Brazil an Mexico and the University of Arizona, to promote the films of these countries in
the United States.
Organizer. “Hispanic Cultural Studies: The State of the Art.” Conference held in
Tucson, Arizona, September 2002.
Elected Section Chair, Spanish Cultural Studies, Convention, 1999, 2000. 2004,
Secretary, 2003
Elected Section Chair, Modern Spanish Literature, Convention, 2004.
Pre-convention workshop for departmental search committees, MLA 2003, 2004
Workshop for new department heads ADFL Seminar East, June, 2003, 2004.
Chaired session for M.A. Granting Institutions, ADFL Seminar East, June 2003.
Chaired session for Ph.D. Granting Institutions. ADFL Seminar East, 2003, 2004
Conducted pre-convention workshop for Departmental Search Committees organized
by ADFL, MLA 2003, 2004
Conducted mock interviews for job candidates in Foreign Languages organized by
ADLF, MLA 2004.
Conducted workshops for new chairs ADFL Seminar East 2002 and Seminar East 2003.
Organized, with Brad Epps, Narrative Aspirations: Spain, Modernity, Literature: A
Symposium in Honor of Robert Spires Harvard University May 8, 2004
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Workshop on Professional Development, Conference Organizing and Journal Editing
for Graduate Students of the Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese at Penn
State, April 2002.
Workshop on Preparing for the Job Search for Department of Hispanic Studies,
University of Kentucky, October 2002
Workshop on the Profession and the Job Search Johns Hopkins, Department of
Romance Languages, April 2004.
Workshop on What to do With a Foreign Language Major? Towson State University,
April 2004.
External evaluation teams: Department of Foreign Languages, the University of Memphis,
Department of Foreign Languages, The University of Connecticut, Southern Illinois,
University of Iowa. Portland State University, Oregon State University (Chair) University
of Washington
Review of credentials for promotion: Fairfield University, University of Connecticut,
Herbert Lehman College, University of Toledo, Brooklyn College, Providence College,
University of North Carolina, Greensboro, University of Colorado, State University of New
York at Stony Brook, West Virginia University, Western Kentucky University, University of
New Mexico, University of Washington, University of Michigan, Texas Tech University,
Penn State. Bryn Mawr, Rutgers, Arizona State (2), University of Iowa, State University of
New York, Albany CUNY, Staten Island, Colorado, Denver, Ohio State, Assumption
College, Southern Methodist University, Emory University, Bates College, University of
South Carolina, University of New Hampshire.
Manuscript reviewer for Random House, Houghton Mifflin, D. Van Nostrand, Harcourt
College Publishers, Harper and Row, Heinle and Heinle, Holt, D. C. Heath, Penn State
University Press, Duke University Press, Peter Lang, Cornell University Press, etc. SUNY
and numerous professional journals.
State and Local Outreach and Service
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Participant in Michigan State University's Lilly Teaching Fellows/Faculty Seminars Program
on improving teaching 1993
Participant, President’s Quality Leadership Program, University of Arizona, 1995 - 1996
Academic year.
Board of Directors, Borderlands Theater 1996 – 1997
Member Education Committee, Arizona-Mexico Commission 1996-2000.
Advisor to Borderlands Theater bilingual production of Fuenteovejuna 1998
Advisory Committee for UA Presents Hispanic Artists Series 1996-2000
Executive Committee, Partnership Across Languages (PAL), 1996 to present
Appointed to Arizona ATF (Articulation Task Force) for foreign languages, 1999 –
Consultant for ATPA (Arizona Teaching Proficiency Assessment) charged by State Board of
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Education with Developing new state standards for secondary school teachers of foreign
languages
Drafted document of agreement for Sister City agreement between Segovia, Spain and
Tucson, Arizona, and coordinated the visits of the Tucson Sister City Delegation to Segovia,
in July, 1998 and the Segovia Sister City delegation, including the Mayor of Segovia to
Tucson, in November, 1999. I am now vice-chair of the Segovia, Tucson Sister City
Committee.
President Honorario Tucson-Segovia Sister Cities 2006--.
Committee Assignments, Michigan State University
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Faculty Council, Michigan State University: 1979-1981.
Academic Council, Michigan State University: 1979-1981.
Advisory/Consultative Committee to Dean of International Studies and Programs: 19801984; 1988-1990.
College Advisory Council, College of Arts and Letters: Spring, 1985.
College Graduate Committee, College of Arts and Letters, 1988-1990.
Search and Rating Committee for Dean, College of Arts and Letters, Michigan State
University: 1985-1986.
Search and Rating Committee for Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education,
College of Arts and Letters, 1989.
ALPS (Automated Language Processing System) Advisory Committee, College of Arts
and Letters, Michigan State University: 1985-1986.
Latin American Studies Center, (CLACS) Advisory Committee, Michigan State
University, 1985-1987.
Center for Advanced Study in International Development (CASID) Advisory
Committee 1989-1994.
MSU representative on Policy Board for International Minorities Fellowship Program,
Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC), 1985-1992.
Overseas Study Committee, College of Arts and Letters, 1992-MSU representative CIC Summer Program in Mexico Academic Policy Committee,
1992-1995.
Screening Committee, Teacher Scholar Award applications, College of Arts and Letters,
1982, 1991.
Screening Committee, AURIG proposals, College of Arts and Letters 1989, 1993.
University task force on graduate student enrollment, 1990.
College Committee for Quincentennial Planning (Chair) 1990-1993.
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Organizing Committee, Conference in Modern Literature, 1985, 1987, 1992.
Provost's Special Task Force on the Freshman Experience, 1992.
Committee to Review Director, Office of Overseas Studies, Chair, 1993.
Review Committee College of Arts and Letters NEH Challenge Grant 1993-1994.
Advisory Committee, Department of Romance and Classical Languages: 1982-1988,
1990-1992.
Graduate Affairs Committee, Department of Romance and Classical Languages: 19811983; 1988-1990 (Chair, 1982-1983; 1988-1990.
Undergraduate Affairs Committee, Department of Romance and Classical Languages;
1978-1982; 1985-1987; 1989-1991 (Chair, 1990).
Ad-hoc departmental committee to reassess programs of Department of Romance and
Classical Languages: 1982-1983.
Search and selection committees for job candidates in Spanish, Department of Romance
and Classical Languages, 1979: 1981-1994.
Committee Assignments, University of Arizona
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Member of Task Force to review Honors Center, 1996
Transfer Credit Evaluation Task Force, 1995 - 1996
Curriculum Committee, Center for Latin American Studies 1996 -1998
University Core Curriculum task force, 1995 – 1996
University General Education Committee, 2000Chair, English Headship Search committee, 1995 - 1996.
COH (College of Humanities) mentoring program 1995 - 1998
COH (College of Humanities) Buddies program for new faculty, 1996
Faculty Development Task Force, 1995 to present
Selection committee for Fulbright Program, 1995-1998
Provost’s Task Force on Distributed Education, Fall, 1996
Evaluation committee Humanities Teaching Initiative grants College of Humanities 1995
COH Lab Advisory Committee 1997
Community Advisory Board for the Arte Hispano series of UA Presents 1996 – to
present
Executive Committee International Studies and Programs 1998Chair, Search Committee for new Director of International Studies and Programs, 1998.
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Search Committee, Dean of Social and Behavorial Sciences, 2002.
Search Committee faculty position in Latin American Studies, 2002.
Cosmos Advisory Committee, 2002.
Chair, University Committee on Teacher Education (NCATE)
College of Humanities representative for foreign languages in University of Arizona
efforts to assess the relationship between teacher education and national and state
foreign language standards.
Liaison to Dean, College of Humanities for outreach efforts in foreign languages to
Tucson Urban League Charter School.
Worked with Dorothy Rice, Former Assistant Superintendent of TUSD, to educate
middle school and high school administrators on foreign language issues at the
University of Arizona.
Speaker at Outstanding Junior Day, University of Arizona, April 1998, 1999
Speaker at Outstanding Minority Junior Day, University of Arizona, October 1998, 1999,
2000.
Speaker at Educators of Campus Day, University of Arizona, 1998, 1999, 2000.
Hosted the Spanish Forum sessions held at COH Lab for K-16 language teachers, 1999.
Chair, Sunset Review of the Poetry Center, 1999.
Liaison for foreign languages to task force on teacher education, College of Education,
University of Arizona. 1999.
Discussion Facilitator for Preparing K-12 Teachers at the University of Arizona,
University of Arizona Assessment Symposium, 2002.
University Honorary Degree Committee 2003University Wide General Education Committee 2001Search Committee, Director, Latin American Studies, 2004
General Education Review Committee, 2003Cultural and Ethnic Studies Task Force 2003International Studies Task Force, 2003Executive Committee, Center for Latin American Studies 2003University Wide Ad Hoc Committee on the Status of Majors and Minors 2005University-wide Strategic Planning and Budget Advisory Committee (SPBAC) 2004Organizing and Chairing Sessions at Professional Meetings
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Organized Interdepartmental Symposium on Spanish Civil War held at Indiana
University, February 1975.
Organized Work-in-Progress lecture series for Department of Spanish and Portuguese,
Indiana University 1975.
Chaired section on Spanish literature at Fourth Conference on Twentieth-Century
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Literature, Louisville, KY, February 1975.
Organized and chaired special session on Juan Benet, MLA Convention, 1976 & 1977
(chaired 1977 session).
Organized and chaired session on Luis Martín-Santos, Kentucky Foreign Language
Conference, April 1979.
Organized and chaired symposium: Methodological Approaches to Contemporary
Spanish Narrative, Michigan State University, April 1979.
Organized round-table discussion on contemporary Spain held in conjunction with
symposium on methodological approaches to contemporary Spanish narrative, MSU,
April 1979.
Organized and chaired session on Juan Goytisolo, Kentucky Foreign language
Conference, April 1982.
Organized and chaired program on drama and Spanish teaching methodology AATSP
Convention, Boston, MA, August 1983.
Chaired session on Antonio Martínez Ballesteros at Estreno Conference on
Contemporary Spanish Theater, Cincinnati, OH, April 1985.
Coordinated workshop on ACTFL Proficiency Testing Guidelines for Department of
Romance and Classical Languages, October 1985.
Organized session on Luis Martín-Santos, Kentucky Foreign Language Conference,
April 1987.
Chaired session on "La otra generación del '27" at LA CHISPA Conference, February
1987.
Chaired section on literature and film at 26 Annual Conference in Modern Literature,
Michigan State University.
Organized and chaired session on History as Memory in Contemporary Spanish
Narrative, at MLA Convention, December 1989.
Organized session "The 'New' Spanish Novel of the 1960s and 1970s Today" for
Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April 1992.
Organized homage sessions of Juan Benet, "Juan Benet Un Mememto,” for Kentucky
Foreign Language Conference, April 1994.
Organized session “History and Narrative” Society for Spanish and Portuguese
Historical Studies, April, 1996
Organized Session on the Urban Culture. Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April
1998.
Chaired session on the politics of translation organized by the ADFL at MLA, 2004.
Chaired various sessions at ADLF Summer Seminars 2001Chaired session on Culture and the Economy in the European City-Region. AAG,
March 2006.
Chaired session on Space and Culture in Spain at the Kentucky Foreign Language
Conference, April 2006.
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Drama
Founder, faculty advisor and director, Grupo Experimental de Teatro, Michigan State University
1979-1994. Responsible for presentation of numerous Hispanic plays to university and midMichigan audiences. In addition, the group has been recognized with invitations to perform at the
University of Kentucky, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Oakland University, Kalamazoo
College, the AATSP Convention, and at the recent international symposium on Spanish theater
organized by the journal Estreno. Among the plays the group has presented are: Historia del hombre
que se convirtió en perro, El apuntador, La zapatera prodigiosa, Tres sombreros de copa, Los malcasados de
Valencia, Los esclavos, Doña Rosita la soltera, El convidado, Maribel y la extraña familia, Ud. tiene ojos de mujer
fatal, Farsa del amor compradito and Don Juan Tenorio. Directed La zapatera prodigiosa, University of
Arizona.
PUBLICATIONS
BOOKS
Ordering the Evidence: Volverás a Región and Civil War Fiction. Barcelona: Puvill, 1983.
Critical Approaches to the Writings of Juan Benet. Ed. Roberto Manteiga, David Herzberger, and Malcolm
Compitello. Hanover, New Hampshire: The University Press of New England, 1984.
Rewriting the "Good Fight." Critical Essays on the Literature of the Spanish Civil War. Ed. Frieda S. Brown,
Malcolm Alan Compitello et. al. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 1989.
Madrid: De Fortunata a la M:40: Cien años de cultura urbana. Ed with Edward Baker. Madrid: Alianza , 2003 .
ARTICLES
"Juan Benet and His Critics." Anales de la Novela de Posguerra 3 (1978): 123-141.
"Franco's Children: Childhood, The Spanish Civil War and Ana María Matutue's Primera memoria." El
Niño en las Literaturas Hispánicas. Proceedings 4th Annual Hispanic Literatures Conference Indiana, PA: Indiana
University of Pennsylvania, 1978: 283-310.
"The Novel, the critics, and the Civil War: A Bibliographical Essay." Anales de la Narrative Española
Contemporánea 4 (1979): 117-38.
"Región's Brazilian Backlands: The Link Between Volverás a Región and Euclides da Cunha's Os Sertões.
Hispanic Journal 1 (1980): 25-45.
"Volverás a Región, the Critics and the Spanish Civil War a Socio-Poetic Reappraisal." The American
Hispanist 36 (1979): 11-20. (Issue appeared January, 1982).
“Drama and the Spanish language Classroom: A Personal Chronicle." The Ram's Horn: Journal of the
Rassias Foundation 1 (1980-1981 [1982]): 127-37.
"Language, Structure and Ideology in Volverás a Región by Juan Benet." El Language y lo Vulgar en la
Literatura Peninsular de la Ultima Década. Proceedings of the Fifth Hispanic Literature Conference. Indiana, PA.:
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1982. 305-26.
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"The Paradoxes of Praxis: Juan Benet and Modern Poetics." Critical Approaches to the Writings of Juan
Benet. Ed. Manteiga, Herzberger and Compitello. Hanover, New Hampshire: The University Press of
New England, 1984. 8-17, 137-39.
"Bibliography." Critical Approaches to the Writings of Juan Benet. Ed. Manteiga, Herzberger and Compitello.
Hanover, New Hampshire: The University Press of New England, 1984. 153-65.
“Squaring the Circle: Critical Methodology and the 1970's 'New' Spanish Novel." Anales de la Literatura
Española Contemporánea 9 (1984): 59-69.
"Juan Benet." World Authors 1975-1980. New York: The H.M. Wilson Company, 1985. 73-75.
"De la metanovela a la novela: Manual Vázquez Montalbán y los límites de la vanguardia española
contemporánea." Prosa hispánica de vanguardia. Ed. Fernando Burgos. Madrid: Orígenes, 1986. 191-99.
"Exile and the Structure of Narrative Transmission: The Case of Sender's Réquiem por un campesino
español." Revista Monográfica 2 (1986): 166-73.
"Réquiem por un campesino español and the Problematics of Exile." Homage to Ramón Sender: Critical
Perspectives on His Work. Ed. Mary S. Vázquez. Newark, Delaware: Juan del la Cuesta Hispanic
Monographs, 1987. 89-99.
"The Contemporary Spanish Detective Novel and the Question of Form." Revista Monográfica 3 (1987):
182-191.
"Juan Benet and the 'New' Spanish 'Novela Negra.' " Revista Monográfica 3 (1987): 212-220.
"Spanish Socialism on the Brink: 1954-1958." Iberia and the Mediterranean. Ed. Benjamin F. Taggie and
Richard W. Clement. Central Missouri State University: Warrensburg, MO, 1989: 171-180.
"Luis Martín-Santos, a Bibliography." Letras Peninsulares, 2.2 (1990): 249-269.
"Benet and Spanish Postmodernism." Revista Hispánica Moderna, 44.2 (1991): 259-272.
"Making El Sur." Revista Hispánica Moderna, 46.1 (1993): 73-86.
"Reflexiones sobre el acto de narrar: Benet, Vargas Llosa y Euclides da Cunha." Insula 559-60 (1993):
19-22.
"Herrumbrosas plumas: En la penumbra and Hermeneutic Paralysis." Letras Peninsulares. 7.1 - 7.2 (1994):
417 - 434.
"The Care and Feeding of my 'Ten-thousand-Pound Gorilla'." ADFL Bulletin 28.3 (1997): 41-2.
With Susan Larson. "Todavía en la Luna: A Roundtable Discussion with Darío Alvarez Basso, Antonio
Bueno, Pierluigi Cattermole Fioravanti, Ignacio Martínez Lacaci Fortuny, Javier Timmermans de Palma
and José Tono Martínez." Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 1(1997): 153-168.
“Juan Benet: camino al final de la modernidad.” La Página 30 (1998): 57-68.
With Susan Larson "El diseño es cuestión de adjetivos … Los sustantivos están todos en El Corte
Inglés. A Round Table Discussion on the state of Spanish Design with Pierluigi Cattermole, José María
Cruz Novillo, Enrique Gil Cerracín, Frank Memelsdorff and Jesús San Vicente. Arizona Journal of
Hispanic Cultural Studies 2(1998): 233-252.
"Sender and the Novel of Memory." In Ramón J. Sender y sus coetáneos. Homenaje a Charles L. King.
Ed. Marshall J. Schneider and Mary S. Vásquez. Huesca: Instituto de Estudios Aragoneses and
Davidson, North Carolina, Davidson College, 1998: 185:192.
“From Planning to Design: The Culture of Flexible Accumulation in Post-Cambio Madrid. Arizona
Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 3(1999): 199 – 220.
“El estado actual de la fotografía artística. Mesa Redonda con Antonio Bueno, Pablo Genovés, María
José Gómez Redondo and Tomás Zarza.” Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies. 3(1999): 229 – 241.
“Cities, Culture, Capital? Recent Cultural Studies Approaches to Spanish Cities. “(with Susan Larson)
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Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies, 2.2 (2001): 231-238.
“Recasting Urban Identities: The Case of Madrid 1977- 1997. Mapping Urban Spaces and
Subjectivities.” Arachne. 2.1 (2002) http://arachne.rutgers.edu/vol2_1toc.htm
“Designing Madrid: 1979-1997. Cities. 20.6 (2003): 404-411.
“Dos Madrileños de Nueva York. Interview/Article with Pablo Herraiz. El mundo October 24, 2004: 12.
“Prólogo” Madrid: De Fortunata a la M:40: Cien años de cultura urbana. with Edward Baker. Madrid: Alianza:
11-25.
NOTES
"Cartelera." Estreno: Cuadernos del teatro español contemporáneo 10.2 (1984): 54.
REVIEWS
La libertad de prensa en España 1938 -1971 by Manuel Fernández Areal. The American Hispanist 1
(1975): 19-21.
El año literario español. The American Hispanist 2 (1975): 18-19.
Sub rosa by Juan Benet. The American Hispanist 3 (1975): 17-18.
Les escrivains et la guerre d'Espangne. The American Hispanist 15 (1976): 17-19.
40 miliones de españoles 40 años después by Amando de Miguel. The American Hispanist 18 (1977): 15, 18.
La ficción de Luis Romero by Luis and Antolín Gonzàlez del Valle. The American Hispanist, 9 (1976): 15.
Luces de Bohemia by Ramón María del Valle-Inclán, ed. and trans. by Anthony N. Zahareas and Gerald
Gillespie. The American Hispanist 11 (1977): 14.
Ramón J. Sender An Annotated Bibliography by Charles L. King. The American Hispanist 17 (1977): 16-17.
The Fallen by Juan Marsé, trans. Helen Lane. The Washington Post 1 November 1979, D8.
Episodios nacionales by Benito Pérez Galdós, ed. Juan Ignacio Ferreras. Hispanic Journal 3 (1981): 180-82.
Catálogo de novelas y novelistas españoles del XIX by Juan Ignacio Ferreras. Inti: Revista de Literatura Hispánica 9
(1979): 127-29.
Formalist Elements in the Novels of Juan Goytisolo by Genaro Pérez Crítica Hispánica 2 (1980): 168-70.
Alejo Carpentier: The Pilgrim at Home by Roberto González Echevarría. Hispanic Journal 3 (1982): 169-73.
Diablo mundo: los intelectuales y la república by Nigel Dennis. Hispania 69 (1986): 103-05.
Fundación Pablo Iglesias. Catálogo de publicaciones periódicas. Hispania 70 (1987): 92-93.
La novelística de J. Leyva by Genaro Pérez. Hispanic Review 55 (1987): 257-58.
The Spanish Sleuth by Patricia Hart. España Contemporánea.4(1989): 123-25.
The Films of Carlos Saura. The Practice of Seeing by Marvin D'Lugo. Hispania. 75 (1992): 566-67.
Interviews with Spanish Writers by Marie-Lise Gazarian Gautier. Letras Penisulares 6.2-6.3 (1993-94): 424-25.
Refiguring Spain. Cinema/Media/Representation, ed. Marsha Kinder. Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies.
1(1997): 220-222.
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RESEARCH IN PROGRESS
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“Cultura, formas de representación y la lógica de los objetos: España 1850-2000.” Volume of
essays on Spanish Cultural Studies to be submitted edited with Edward Baker currently
under editorial review.
City, Culture, Capital: The Politics of Place in Post-Cambio Madrid. Book length
manuscript with Professor Susan Larson, The University of Kentucky.
Luis Martín-Santos: Toward and Intellectual Evolution. Book length manuscript.
PAPERS READ AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS
"Ordering the Evidence: The Vision of the Spanish Civil War in Post-War Spanish Narrative." Third
Annual Conference on Twentieth-Century Literature, University of Louisville, February 1975.
"Mythos and Political Community in Juan Benet's Volverás a Región." Mountain Interstate Foreign
Language Conference, Blacksburg, VA October 1976.
"Región's Brazilian Backlands: The Link Between Volverás a Región and Euclides da Cunha's Os Sertões."
MLA Convention, December 1977.
"The Novel, the Critics, and the Civil War: A Reappraisal." Kentucky Foreign Language Conference,
April 1978.
"Ideology and Intertextuality: Américo Castro and the Spanish Post War Novel." Mountain Interstate
Foreign Language Conference, October 1978.
"Franco's Children: Childhood, the Spanish Civil War and Ana María Matute's Primera memoria." Fourth
Hispanic Literature Conference, October 1978.
"World view, Ideology, and Narrative Structure in Primera memoria." Mountain Interstate Foreign
Language Conference, October 1979.
“Language, Structure and Ideology in Volverás a Región." Fifth Hispanic Literature Conference, October
1979.
"El tema de la guerra civil en la novela de posguerra: para un replanteamiento sociopoético." Congreso
Internacional de Novela de Posguerra, San Juan, PR, November 1979.
"Drama and the Spanish Language Classroom: A Personal Chronicle." MLA Convention, December,
1979.
"Dramatic Techniques and the Spanish Classroom." Workshop resented at Spring Methodology
Conference, Indiana, PA, April 1980.
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"The Unarticulated Tension: Theory, Criticism and Ideology in Franco's Spain." Sixth Hispanic
Literature Conference, October 1980.
"From Silence to Destruction: The Evolution of Luis Martín-Santos' Narrative: Mountain Interstate
Foreign Language Conference, October 1980.
"Juan Benet Scholarship: Some (less than?) Modest Proposals." MLA Convention, December 1980.
"Teaching Drama, and Making the Classroom Dramatic." MLA Convention, December 1980.
"A Duplicitous Surface: Ideology and Aesthetic Organization in Foxá's Madrid de corte a cheka."
International Symposium on Spanish Civil War, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, April 1981.
"The Cultural Ideologies of Franco's Spain." Eleventh Annual Convention of the Popular Culture
Association, Cincinnati, OH, March 1981.
"Juan Benet and the Greeks." Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference, October 1981.
"Dramatic Techniques and Play Production." MLA Convention, December 1981.
"Réquiem por un campesino español and the Problematics of Exile." International Conference on Literatures
of Hispanic Exile, Columbia, MO, March 1982.
"Looking for Goytisolo." Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April 1982.
"Spanish Play Production: Some Useful Techniques." Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April
1982.
"Squaring the Circle: Critical Methodology and the 1970's 'New' Spanish Novel." Mountain Interstate
Foreign Language Conference, October 1982.
"Martín-Santos' Landscapes." Eighth Annual Hispanic Literature Conference, October 1982.
"Voice and Authority in Réquiem por un campesino español." Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages
and Literatures, May 1983.
"Dramatic Techniques and Play Production in Spanish." AATSP Convention, August 1983.
"Luis Martín-Santos' Tiempo de silencio: A Socio-poetic Reappraisal." M/MLA Convention, November
1983.
"The Attack of the Gumshoes: Some Remarks on the 'Boom' in Recent Spanish Detective Fiction."
Southeast Modern Literature Conference, February 1985.
"De la metanovela a la novela: Manuel Vázquez Montalbán y los límites de la vanguardia española
contemporánea." Conference on Hispanic Avant-garde Prose, Memphis, TN, April 1985.
"El viraje intelectual de Luis Martín-Santos." M/MLA Convention, St. Louis, MO, November 1985.
"Exile and the Structure of Narrative Transmission: The Case of Sender's Réquiem por un campesino
español." MLA Convention, December 1985.
"Luis Martín-Santos y las estructuras del disentimiento." Kentucky Foreign Language Conference,
April 1986.
"Sobre un proceso de oxidación: Las Herrumbrosas lanzas de Juan Benet." AATSP Convention, Madrid,
Spain, August 1986.
"The Contemporary Spanish Detective Novel and the Question of Form. MLA Convention, December
1986.
"Juan Benet and the Limits of Detective Fiction." Conference on Hispanic Literatures (La CHISPA),
February 1987.
"Luis Martín-Santos: Towards a Biography." Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April 1987.
"Tiempo de silencio." Lección de Clausura. Sextos Cursos Internacionales. Universidad de Distancia,
Denia, Spain, 31 July 1987. (invited)
" 'Atraviesa la muerte con herrumbrosas lanzas': Juan Benet's Civil Wars." 25th Conference in Modern
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Literature, 1987.
"El sur de García Morales." La Chispa, Baton Rouge, LA, February 1988.
"Guridi: Notes Towards a History of Spanish Socialism." Society for Spanish and Portuguese
Historical Studies, April 1988.
"Caronte aguarda: Fernando Savater and the Postmodernist Detective Novel in Spain,’ Kentucky Foreign
Language Conference, April 1988.
"Iniciación a la narrativa de Andreu Martín." AATSP, August 1988.
"Spanish Socialism on the Brink: 1954-1958." XI Mediterranean Conference, Budapest, August 1988.
"Luis Martín-Santos and the Autobiographical Imperative." La Chispa, February 1989.
"Brazil's Pervasive Backlands: Da Cunha, Benet and Vargas Llosa." Kentucky Foreign Language
Conference, April 1989.
"Benet, Memory and Narration." MLA Convention, December 1989.
"Benet and Spanish Postmodernism." Spain 1990. The Ohio State University, April 1990.
"Benet: History and Narration." Northeast AATSP, September 1990.
"Making el sur." CINE/LIT Conference, Portland, OR, February 1991.
"Spanish Postmodernism." Participation in round table on Spanish Postmodernism at Ohio State
Conference on Recent Spanish Fiction and Essay, April 1991.
"Translating Postmodernism." MMLA, Chicago, IL, November 1991.
" 'Herrumbrosas plumas:’ Hermeneutic Paralysis in Juan Benet's En la penumbra. Kentucky Foreign
Language Conference, April 1992.
"Benet, Martín-Santos and the Road to the End of Modernism." MLA, December 1992.
"Time and Memory in Sender." Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April 1993.
"On Spanish Postmodernism." Hispanic Colloquium, Marquette University, December 1993.
"The Shadow of a Film. Hitchcock and Erice's El sur." CINE-LIT II Portland, OR, February 1994.
"Teaching Spanish Film" participation in round table discussion at CINE-LIT II Portland, OR,
February 1994.
"Juan Benet's Historical Archives." Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April 1994.
"Benet: camino al final de la modernidad." In seminar "Juan Benet y su tiempo, Universidad de
verano. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Denia, Spain, July 1994.
“The Politics of Culture: Spanish Postmodernism Reexamined.” Kentucky Foreign Language
Conference, April 1995.
“The Zarzuela and the Spanish Cultural Studies Program.” AATSP, August 1996.
“Fashioning The Postmodern: The Cultural Politics of Spain During the Cambio.” Sixth Annual
Conference on Ibero-American Culture and Society: Paradigms of Truth in Iberian Literature.
Albuquerque, February 1997.
“Unraveling the Spider’s Web: Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón and Spanish Culture of the Transition.” CINELIT III, Portland, OR February 1997.
“Designing the Postmodern: Narrating the Shape of Post-Cambio Spain.” Kentucky Foreign Language
Conference, April 1997.
“Designing the Postmodern: The Culture of Flexible Accumulation in Post-Cambio Spain.” Kentucky
Foreign Language Conference, April 1998.
“PAL: Articulation Through Consensus.” ADFL Seminar West, Victoria, B.C. June 1998. (invited)
“From Planning to Design: The Culture of Flexible Accumulation in Post-Cambio Spain.” M/MLA,
November 1998.
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“Confessions of a Middle Aged Materialist or the Making of an Urban/Cowboy.” Presentation at
roundtable discussion on Spanish Cultural Studies at King Juan Carlos Center at NYU, March 1999.
(invited)
“The Mañas Effect and the Commodification of Youth Culture.” AATSP, August, 1999. A greatelyrevised version of this paper was presented at the Kentucky Foreign Language Conference in April
2000.
“Space, the Built Environment and Cultural Studies.” Designing Across Cultures: The Human
Dimension of Global Architecture.” September 1999. Organized by the American Institute of Architects
International Committee Professional Interest Area, and the College of Architecture Planning and
Landscape Architecture at the University of Arizona. I also participated in a roundtable on Cultural
Studies and architecture at the same conference. (invited)
“Cultural Studies and the Spanish Curriculum.” Fordham University, March 1999. (invited)
“Madrid and the Space of Detection.” MLA Convention, December 1999. Also presented at Annual
Graduate Student Symposium, University of Arizona, April 1999.
“Madrid as Cinematic City.” CINE-LIT 2000. Portland, February 2000.
“PAL: Articulation Through Consensus, An Update.” California Foreign Languages Educators
Association, San Jose, October 2000.
“Urban Identities.” M/MLA November 2000.
“The Politics of Place: Planning Madrid 1975-2000.” AAG (Association of American Geographers),
February, 2000.
“Recasting Urban Identities: The Case of Madrid 1977-1997. Mapping Urban Spaces and
Subjectivities.” Distinguished Lectures Conference at Rutgers University, March, 2000. (invited)
“Sender and los ‘senderistas’.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. April 2001
“Madrid as Cinematic City.” The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, April 2001. (invited)
“Designing Madrid: 1979-1997” Association of American Geographers, 2002.
“The Idea of Community in La Estrategia del caracol and La comunidad.” , M/MLA, 2001.
“The Spanish Cartographic Imaginary: Reading Clara Sánchez’s Ultimas noticias del paraíso.” Mid American
Conference on Hispanic Literatures, St. Louis, 2002.
“Post-National Fissures and Urban Cement.” M/MLA, 2002.
“Charting the Cartographic Imaginary: A Changing Madrid in Fiction and Film.” Penn State University,
April 2002. (invited)
“The Place of Tiempo de Silencio.” Lecture/Master Class, The University of Kentucky, October 2002.
“Nations, Borders and Identities: The Question of Scale” Border Studies Association Las Vegas,
April 2002.
“Thinking Like a Geographer: Iciar Bollaín’s Cartographic Imaginary CINE-LIT 2003, Portland,
February 2003.”
“Madrid’s Shifting Cartographic Imaginary: The Case of Rafael Chirbes.” Society for Spanish and
Portuguese Historical Studies, June 2003
“The Drama In Recent Spanish Narrative: Gopegui and León de Aranoa Keynote Adresss Annual
Hispanic Literature Conference IUPUI, Indiana Pennsylvania, October, 2003. Round table Madrid
October 2003 (invited)
“From the Reina Sofia to Lavapiés: Urban Planning and Cultural Resistance Madrid.” M/MLA,
November 2003.
“Iciar Bollaín’s Vision of the Changing Nature of Identity in the Spanish State.” MLA, December
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2004.
“The Battle for Lavapiés.” AAG (Association of American Geographers) , March, 2004.
“Fuiste a los mares del sur en Metro?” The Cartographic Imaginary of Manuel Vázquez Montalbán.
Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April 2003.
“Able to Build Tall Buildings in a Single Bound: Towards a New Cartographic Imaginary for Madrid.”
Keynote Address Graduate Student Conference ASU, May, 2004. (invited)
“Madrid’s Shifting Cartographic Imaginary: The Projection of Madrid in Recent Spanish Fiction”
International Humanities Conference, Madrid June 2004
“Chirbes and the Question of Scale,” M/MLA, November 2004.
“From the Reina Sofía to Lavapiés: Gentrification and Social Change in the center of Madrid.”
Invited lecture the University of Oregon, February 2005, University of Minnesota February 2005.
“Contesting the Castelllana as Growth Machine. AAG, March 2005.
“X Marks the Spot: Mañas and Youth Fiction.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April
2005.
“The Question of Focused Excellence.” ADFL Seminar West, June 2005.
“Landing the Big One: Reflections of Securing Employment at a Research I University.” MLA,
December 2006.
“Crossing the Great Divide Again (?) Making the Real Imaginary in Cultural Production Dealing
with Madrid.” AAG, March 2006.
Lavapiés from the Inside Out. Extranjeras. Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April 2006.
LECTURES
"Spain Today." A multi-media introduction to contemporary Spain given to language students at
Indiana University and Michigan State University, 1973-1977.
"The Novel, the Critics and the Civil War." Paper presented at university-wide symposium on
Spanish Civil War, Indiana University, 1974.
"Política y estética: La literatura española durante el período franquista." Paper presented at La
Casa Española, Indiana University, and November 1975 as part of a series of lectures on modern
Spain.
"Juan Benet in the Spanish Novel." Paper presented as part of the 'work-in-progress' lecture series,
Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Indiana University, February 1976.
"Repression and the Artist: Culture in Francoist Spain." Paper presented at Bates College, Lewiston,
ME, February 1977.
"The Theme of the Spanish Civil War in Modern Spanish Fiction: A Reassessment." Paper
presented during Faculty Seminar Lecture Series, College of Arts and Letters, Michigan State
University, October 1980.
"The People of Spain." Lecture to Michigan Agricultural Leadership Program, November 1988.
"Brazil's Pervasive Backlands: Da Cunha, Benet and Vargas Llosa." Presented during Charla series
at Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Michigan State and Latin American Studies
Brown Bag Luncheon, University of Arizona.
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"In Search of the Spanish Sleuth." Faculty Seminar Lecture Series. College of Arts and Letters,
Michigan State University, March 1992.
Workshop on K-16 articulation presented with other members of PAL Articulation Task Force at
annual meeting of AZLA (Arizona Language Association) Phoenix, September 1996
Workshop on K-16 articulation presented at meeting of Spanish for Native Speakers Conference,
Las Cruces, NM July 1997.
Invited speaker at various high schools in Tucson, Arizona including Sabino High School to speak at
its National Spanish Honor Society initiation, 1998 and 1999, Flowing Wells H.S. to speak about
languages and careers, 1999 and University High School to lecture on Hispanic Art.
Participation in Round Table Colloquium on employment for Program in Comparative Cultural and
Literary Studies, November, 1999.
AREAS OF TEACHING INTEREST
Spanish language; modern Spanish literature; modern Latin American literature; Hispanic prose
fiction; literary theory; language methodology; Spanish dramatic production; modern Spanish
History, culture and society; comparative literature; Cultural Studies; Hispanic film.
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
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Designed and taught TRAD 103, The Arts and Politics in Latin America (Formerly
SPAN 111 a new course for the General Education Curriculum at the University of
Arizona. First taught Fall 1996 and five times subsequently. The course incorporates a
substantial amount of new instructional technology, which can be viewed at the web site
for the course at http://www.gened.arizona.edu/trad103
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Designed and taught Spanish 195A, Freshman Colloquium. First taught Spring 1996 and
four times subsequently. This course introduces students to the reading of Hispanic
texts, taught in English translation and serves as a transition to university-level work in
literature and Hispanic Studies. It incorporates a great degree of web-based material,
which can be viewed at http://ww.gened.arizona.edu/span195.
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Redesigned Spanish 501, Introduction to Graduate Studies. The home page for this class
can be viewed at http:www.u.arizona.edu/~compitel
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Redesigned a number of courses in the Spanish curriculum to include a considerable
emphasis on cultural studies and film. This included the joint offering of Spanish 571
with CCLS 552 in the Spring of 1999 and 2002 on the Urban Experience, the first time a
course in Spanish has been jointly convened with one in CCLS.
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Designed and taught new course "Spanish Dramatic Expression" as an alternative to
normal conversation courses. It was mentioned in the Chronicle of Higher Education 7
January 1980: 3.
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Designed and implemented new instructional model for first-year Spanish instruction.
Model provided for large group lectures, and small intensive practice sessions. I taught
large group sessions in this new model and had supervisory control over the program,
including the seven graduate assistants working with me, Winter, Spring and Fall, 1980.
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Designed pilot project to include more material on the social sciences in Latin American in
second-year Spanish language curriculum. (With grant support from CASID)
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Designed (with Laurence Porter) and teach Proseminar in Literary Theory, a required
doctoral level course in literary theory for students in French and Spanish.
THESES AND DISSERTATIONS:
DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS DIRECTED
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Juan Orbe: "The Discourse of Caudillismo: Historical and Literary Readings," 1985.
Ronald Rapin: "The Narrative Structure of Lorca's Poeta en Nueva York," 1986.
Sandra Puvogel: "The Detective Fiction of Manuel Vázquez Montalbán," 1986.
Antonio Sobejano: "Sentido y Evolución de las Técnicas Literarias en 'Antagonía' de
Luis Goytisolo." 1986. [New York: Mellen, 1993]
Carmen Sotomayor: "Una lectura orientalista de Juan Goytisolo." 1987. [Madrid:
Espiral, 1990]
Eufemia Sánchez de la Calle: "La Narrative de Isaac Montero," 1990. [Madrid: Pliegos,
1997]
Francisco García-Moreno Barco: "La Narrativa de Antonio Muñoz Molina," 1992.
Susan Larson: “Imagining the Metropolis: Urban Culture in Madrid 1914 – 1936.” 1999
Kalen Oswald. “Eduardo Mendoza’s Barcelona,” 2001.
Julie Ann Lirot “La identidad posmoderna como base structural y temática en la
narrative de Reinaldo Arenas and Esther Tusquets,” 2002.
Jennifer Lynn Rathbun “The Dramatic Feminine Discourse of Cristina Escofet,” 2002.
Vania Barraza “Del folletín al reality: modelos de lectura y consume de la ficción y la
realidad” 2004
Yosalida Rivero Moreno “El guión cinematográfico como pre-texto literario: :La obra de
Rafael Azcona. 2006
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Benjamin Fraser: The Difference Space Makes: Bergsonian Methodology and
Madrid’s Cultural Imaginary through Literature, Film and Urban Space. 2006
Doctoral Dissertation Committees
Michigan State: Robert Steel, Ana Toldos, Daniel Ferreras, Silka Freire, Rosario Fraga, Francisco
González, Aristófanes Cedeño, Debra Dougherty, Alison Ridley, Ronald Haladyna.
Arizona: Joseph Deters, Robert Sanders, Michael Fulton, J.T. Abraham, Christine Romo, Michael
Kristiansen. Lourdes Gabikagojeaskoa, Nuria Morgado, Susan Sotelo, Manuel Gómez, Luvy
Nuanes, Lourdes Gabiskagoegea, Eliud Chuffe, Julia Domínguez, Shalisa Collins, Esperanza Torres
Eduardo Abud, Artemia Hernández.
Undergraduate Honors Theses Directed
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Carolyn Kreer: "Social Aspects of Miguel Delibes' Fiction," 1979.
Catherine Meiners: "Problems in Translation of the Poetry of Octavio Paz," 1985.
Kelly Dunn: "Recent Spanish Detective Fiction," 1991.
Julie Zasadny: "La prensa como institución nacional: Un análisis de la prensa bajo Franco," 1991.
James Scott Kanter: “Jorge Luis Borges: El Creador del Entendimiento,.” 1998 (Arizona).
Michael Daschbach “The Development of Basque Nationalism,” 2000 (Arizona).
Courses Taught at Michigan State University
(Courses at the 400-level are for advanced undergraduate and graduate students. Courses at the 800- and
900-level are for graduate students. Numbers separated by slashes indicate courses whose numbering changed
when Michigan State University changed from quarters to semesters in 1992).
Spanish 101-103
Spanish 201-203
Spanish 311
Spanish 311*
Spanish 326
Spanish 327/345
Spanish 321/320
First-year Spanish I-III
Second-year Spanish I-III
Spanish Conversation
Spanish Dramatic Expression
Mexican-American Culture
Contemporary Spain
Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition
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Spanish 360/350
Spanish 470
Spanish 485
Spanish 435
Education 327-E
Arts and Letters 391-392
Spanish 807
Spanish 803
Spanish 891
Spanish 981
Introduction to Reading Hispanic Literature
Contemporary Spanish Literature (topic varies)
Chicano Literature
Development of Spanish Culture (topic varies)
Methods of Teaching High School Spanish
Perspectives on Literature and Culture: Critique of
Bourgeois Culture" (multi-disciplinary team-taught
Honors course)
Topics in Comparative Literature: "Structuralism
and its Discontents: An Introduction to PostStucturalism"
Proseminar in Contemporary Literary Theory (topic
varies)
Methods of Teaching Spanish in College
Studies in Contemporary Spanish Literature (topic
varies)
Studies in Hispanic Culture (topic varies)
Summer Workshop or High School Teachers
Special Topics in Hispanic Literature (topic varies)
Seminar in Hispanic Literature (topic varies)
Arts and Humanities 211-C
Integrative Studies in
Studies on the Americas--Emphasis on Latin America
Romance 498/469
Romance 850/805
Spanish 800
Spanish 842/830
Courses taught at the University of Arizona
(courses numbered 500 and 900 are graduate level offerings)
Traditions and Cultures
103
Spanish 195A
Spanish 436
Spanish 501
Spanish 520
Spanish 521
Comparative Cultural
And Literary Studies 551
Spanish 561
Spanish 571
Spanish 696A
The Arts and Politics in Latin America
Freshman Seminar: Introduction to the reading of Hispanic
Texts
Spanish Fiction
Introduction to Graduate Studies in Spanish
Modern and Contemporary Spanish Peninsular Literature
(topic varies)
Studies in Modern and Contemporary Spanish Peninsular
Literature (topic varies)
Co-convened with Spanish 571 and taught as “The Urban
Experience” 1998, 2001, 2005
Topics in Hispanic Literature (topic varies)
Literary Theory (topic varies) see above
Seminar in Peninsular Literature (topic Varies)
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