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Gabriela Miranda-Recinos Curriculum Vitae
Gabriela Miranda-Recinos
Curriculum Vitae
Languages, Cultures, and Communication Department
(936) 468-2417 (office)
Stephen F. Austin State University
(936) 622-6677 (home)
Nacogdoches, TX 75962
E-mail: [email protected]
Education:
Ph.D., Spanish University of California, Riverside
Dissertation: “El espacio urbano en la novela de dos generaciones de México y
Colombia: Generación del Medio Siglo, Grupo Mito (1955-1965) y
Generación Noventa (1996-2006) directed by Raymond L. Williams
Primary Concentration: Twentieth-Century Latin American Literature
Secondary Concentration: Mexican and Colombia writers of the 1950’s and 1990’s
M.A., Spanish, California State University, Los Angeles
B.A., Spanish, University of California, Los Angeles
Certification
Online Instructor Certification (July, 2014)
Portuguese Language. ACBEU Bahia, Brazil 2009/2010
Academic Positions Held:
Associate Professor of Spanish:
Stephen F. Austin State University 2014-present
Assistant Professor of Spanish:
Stephen F. Austin State University 2008-2014
Teaching Assistant (Associate in Spanish):
University of California, Riverside, 2004-2007
Spanish Instructor:
Crafton Hills College, San Bernardino Spring and Fall 2007
Spanish Instructor
Rio Hondo Community College, 2002-2004
Teaching Assistant
California State University, Los Angeles 1997-1998
Research Interests:
Twentieth and Twenty-first Century Mexican and Colombian Fiction Latin American
Narrative Cultural Projects, Generation of the 1950’s and 1990’s
Urban landscape in twentieth and twenty-first century novelists
Brazilian Culture and Contemporary Literature
Awards and Grants Received:
Humanities Texas Mini-grant for the International Film Festival, 2014
Pragda for the International Film Festival, 2014
SFASU Faculty Mini-Grant for Research, 2014
SFASU Faculty Mini-Grant Travel Support, 2014
SFASU Faculty Mini-Grant for Research in Mexico, 2011
SFASU Latin American Studies Program Professional Development Grant, 2010
SFASU Latin American Studies Program Professional Development Grant, 2009
UC Riverside Hispanic Studies Research Assistantship, 2005-2006
California State University Los Angeles, Equity Fellowship, 1998-1999
Dean’s Honor list, University of California, Los Angeles 1995
Scholarly Publications:
Article:
“ ‘Las palabras también están en situación’: proyecto de revistas en el medio siglo en
México y Colombia.” Alba de América 33. 62-63 (2013): 144-157.
Book Chapter:
Miranda-Recinos, G. 2014. “Petac and Tizimin in Yucatán Mexico: Two Cases of
Economic Empowerment for Women.” The Theories of Decentralization and Local
Government: Implementation, Implications, and Realities. A Global Perspective. SFASU
Press. 151-171.
Miranda-Recinos, G. 2013. “La espera: espacio inoperante en El coronel no tiene quien le
escriba.” In Latin American Community: Tradition, Transition, and Identity. SFASU
Press.
Invited Book Review:
Review of Narrating Narcos: Stories from Culiacán and Medellín by Gabriela Polit
Dueñas, Hispania (forthcoming, March 2015).
Interdisciplinary Contributions:
Translation into Spanish of Pollinator LIVE Song, author Professor of Forestry David
Kulhavy
Research in progress
Conversaciones y tendencias en los proyectos culturales del medio siglo
Articles in progress
El espacio de la Bogotá sacrificial en un texto de Mario Mendoza
México y Centroamérica campos de producción cultural en el medio siglo
Peer-Reviewed Conferences:
International Presentations:
“ ‘El pantanero de este país nos va a devorar’ Angosta de Héctor Abad Faciolince”
XXXVIII Simposio Internacional de Literatura Hispánica, Los Angeles, California
(March 2013)
“Las palabras están en situación”: Proyecto de revistas culturales en el medio siglo en
México y Colombia. XXXVII Simposio Internacional de Literatura Hispánica, Los
Angeles, California (March 2012).
“Presencias Inarticuladas: los campos ciegos en la literatura de los Noventa de
México y Colombia.” International Congress of Latin American and Spanish
Literatures. Universidad de San Marcos, Lima Perú (November 2009).
National:
“Sobre heroes pasivos en El ruido de las cosas al caer de Juan Gabriel Vásquez.”
96th Annual Conference AATSP, Panamá (July 2014).
“Representaciones del poder en dos textos de Carlos Fuentes: Adán en Edén y La región
más transparente. SCOLAS 44th annual conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico
(March 2011).
“El experimento Tula: La creación de límites mediante los impulsos
modernizadores” National Conference Latin American Borderlands: New Frontiers in
Race, Religion, Language and the Arts. SFASU (October 2010).
La ciudad post-ideológica en Scorpio City de Mario Mendoza. SCOLAS Santa Fe,
New Mexico (March 2010).
El coronel no tiene quien le escriba: el locus de la espera. Tradition, Transition and
Identity National Conference Latin American Studies Stephen F. Austin State
University (April 2009).
Las zonas innacesibles de La region más transparente: las cuadras perdidas del
mapa. Géneros en crisis, Department of Hispanic Studies, Riverside
(October 2007).
Invited lectures and talks:
“Human Rights and International Law” with a special focus on Language (June 2014) for
the Pre-Law Experience at SFA
“On a ‘marvelous’ tradition: a taxonomical view” guest lecture (Nov. 2013) for the Cole
Art Center Gallery
“Masks and Calaveras: An Art Project with Lufkin High School Students,” guest lecture
(Oct. 2013) for the Latin American Studies Program and the School of Art’s Cole Art
Center Gallery
“Latina Issues in Education,” guest speaker (2013) for "Hermandad SIA" a Latina
Women Sorority
“I was once you, workshop,” guest speaker (2011) for the AARC
"Bodies, space and violence the case of "Las muertas de Juárez," guest lecture (2009) for
Dr. Johnston’s Capstone Course
Courses Taught:
Stephen F. Austin State University 2008- present
Graduate Seminar Spanish 575: Attitudes and Tendencies in Post-ideological Latin
American Literature
Graduate Seminar HSP 505: Contemporary Theory and Research Methods
Graduate Seminar HSP 525: Mexican and Colombian Narrative
Graduate Seminar HSP 525: The Hero Representation in Latin American Narrative
ILA 420: Teaching Methods (in English)
Spanish 435: Contemporary Latin American Narrative
Spanish 435: New Territories: Latin American Narratives and Film in the XXI Century
Spanish 460 Internship Study Abroad Costa Rica
Spanish 304 Introduction to Literature
Spanish 303 Composition
Spanish 335 Adv. Oral Skills
Spanish 350 Study Abroad Costa Rica
Intermediate Spanish 250 Study Abroad Costa Rica
Intermediate Spanish 232
Intermediate Spanish 231
Beginning Spanish 132
Beginning Spanish 131
Direct Studies: Spanish 475: Re-inscribing New Territories:
Mexican and Colombian Novel in the new millennium.
Honors Contracts:
Fall 2014 Spanish 132
Spring 2014 Spanish 303
Summer I, 2013 Spanish 231
Fall 2012 Spanish 303
Spring 2012 Spanish 303
Spring 2010 Spanish 131
Spring 2009 Spanish 231
University of California, Riverside 2004-2007
Taught ten quarters of Beginning Spanish 2 and 3
Taught one summer Intermediate Spanish 4
Taught conversation sessions for Advanced Oral and Written Composition courses
Crafton Hills College, San Bernardino Spring and Fall 2007
Taught two semesters of Elementary Spanish
Rio Hondo Community College, 2002-2004
Taught two semesters of Elementary Spanish
Taught two semesters of Intermediate Spanish
Coordinated computer lab sessions for language students
California State University, Los Angeles, 1997-1998
Taught 3 semesters of Elementary Spanish
Professional Service:
Profession:
Session Chair: SFA Latin American Studies National Conference,
Nacogdoches, October 2010
Session Chair: SFA Latin American Studies National Conference,
Nacogdoches, April 2009
University:
SACS/EEO Assessment Coordinator Spanish 131 2009-2014
Liberal and Applied Arts Council 2010-2013
Departmental Representative For Academic Showcase 2010-present
Departmental Representative For Freshman Academic Convocation 2012
College:
Fiscal Appeal 2013-Present
Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty 2008-Present
MA Thesis Committee Department of English Nov. 2011
Alumni Mentoring Event Participant 2011
Honors Banquet Committee 2011
Bright Ideas Undergraduate Conference Committee 2010
Advisor: Lambda Sigma Upsilon Latino Fraternity 2010-2011
Advisor: Kappa Delta Chi Sorority 2009-2010
Interest group: ROYALTY
Department:
Assessment Coordinator for Language Programs Spring 2015-Present
Study Abroad co-leader for Summer II Cusco Peru in 2015
Academic Orientation Summer I, 2013-2014
Undergraduate Mini-Conference Spring 2013
New Core Assessment, 2012-present
Faculty Search Committee Fall 2011-Spring 2012
Faculty Search Committee Spring 2009
Faculty Search Committee Fall 2008
Departmental Chair Merit Committee 2011
Departmental MA in Hispanic Studies Committee 2010-present
Departmental Study Abroad Committee 2009-Present
Departmental Scholarship Review Committee 2010-2011
Latin American Studies Committee 2008-Present
Departmental Technology Committee 2008-present
SACS/EEO Assessment Coordinator Spanish 131 2008-2014
Student Retention Committee 2012
Co-advisor Spanish Club 2008-2009
Community:
Masks and Poetry Project done in conjunction with students from Lufkin High School
Exhibited at the Cole Art Center Gallery, November- January (2013-2014)
Member of the Advisory Board to the Museum of Art and History of Central America
(2013-present)
Professional Travel Abroad:
San José, Costa Rica. Study Abroad Program Leader. Summer 2012
Petac and Tizimin, Yucatán. Research. Office of Research and Sponsored
Programs Faculty Mini-Grant, 2011
Salvador, Bahia; Brazil. SFA Latin American Studies Program Professional
Development Grant, 2010
San José, Costa Rica. Study Abroad Program Co-Leader. Summer 2010
Salvador, Bahia; Brazil. SFA Latin American Studies Program Professional
Development Grant, 2009
Professional Development:
D2L for Online Instruction, SFASU Office of Instructional Technology Summer 2014
Participant Training in Blackboard at SFASU Office of Instructional Technology
Summer 2010
Full Immersion Intensive Training Program at ACBEU. Acquistion of the Portuguese
Language at the Advance Level, Bahia, Brazil Summer 2010
Full Immersion Intensive Training Program at ACBEU. Acquistion of the
Portuguese Language at the Intermediate Level, Bahia, Brazil Summer 2009.
Professional Memberships:
Modern Language Association-MLA
American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese-AATSP
Association of University Women-AAUW
Instituto Literario Cultural Hispánico –ILCH
Language Skills:
English (fluent professional reading, writing, speaking and translating)
Spanish (fluent professional reading, writing, speaking and translating)
Portuguese (proficiency in reading, functional speaking and translating)
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