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Abel Muñoz Hermoso
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Department of Romance Languages 200 Blueridge Road

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Carrboro, NC 27510

CB#3170, 118 Dey Hall (919) 968-1956

Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3170

amunoz@email.unc.edu


PERSONAL DATA

Current Rank: Lecturer

Place of Birth: Seville, Spain

Residency Status: Spaniard with permanent residency in the United States


EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Contemporary Spanish Literature

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 2006

Dissertation: “Esperanza e insatisfacción adolescente en la novela española de finales del siglo veinte: graffiteros, okupas y soñadores.” Director: J.M. Polo de Bernabé.

Area of Specialization: Contemporary Spanish Youth Novel. Supporting program: Anthropology and Cultural Studies
M.A. in Twentieth Century Spanish Literature

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, December 2003

Thesis: “Diálogo, máscara y otredad como formas de afirmar la existencia en la sociedad moderna en dos obras de Miguel de Unamuno y Sherwood Anderson.” Director: Marsha S. Collins
B.A. in English and American Literature

The University of Seville, Spain, 1999


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Fall 2006 – Present. Lecturer. UNC-CH, Dept. of Romance Languages.

Courses Taught:

Spring 2008.



  • Span 101 (Sec. 05W- 18 students, Sec. 06W -18 students)

  • Span 101 (Sec. 951- 16 students)

  • Span 203 (Sec.16- 16 students)

  • Span 340 (Sec. 001- 24 students)

Fall 2007.

  • Span 101(Sec.06W- 15 students, Sec 07W- 18 students)

  • Span 203 (Sec. 032- 13 students)

  • Span 340 (Sec. 002- 19 students)

Spring 2007

  • Span 101(Sec. 003- 21 students)

  • Span 101 (Sec. 951- 17 students)

  • Span 102 (Sec. 012- 15 students)

  • Span 372 (Sec.002- 23 students)

Fall 2006.

  • Span 101(Sec. 007 Auralog-20 students, Sec.008 Auralog- 19 students)

  • Span 203 (Sec.951- 16 students)

  • Span 260 (Sec.003- 19 students)

Fall 2004 – Spring 2006. Spanish Instructor. Carolina College for Lifelong Learning, UNC-CH

Courses Taught:


  • Beginning Spanish

  • Continuing Spanish

  • Concentrated Conversational Spanish

  • “La novela española: Trends and Conditions”

  • “Spanish Popular Music and Singer-Song Writers”

Fall 2000 – Spring 2006. Graduate Teaching Fellow. UNC-CH Dept. of Romance Languages

Courses Taught:


  • Beginning Spanish I (Span 101)

  • Beginning Spanish II (Span 102)

  • Accelerated Elementary Spanish (Span 105)

  • Intermediate Spanish I (Span 203)

  • Intermediate Spanish II (Span 204)

  • Advanced Spanish Conversation and Composition (Span 250)

  • Spanish Conversation (Span 255)

  • Introduction to the Spanish and Spanish American Literature (Span 260)

  • Cultural History of the Hispanic World (Span 330)

  • Cultural History of Spain in the XX century (Span 340)

Fall 2000 – Present. Private Spanish Tutor for Children. Chapel Hill, NC



  • Assisted children to improve their language and communicative skills in Spanish

  • Helped prepare high school students for college placement tests

September 1997 – June 1999. English Tutor. The University of Seville, Spain



  • Tutored students in English and American Literature


ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Fall 2007-present. EN LINEA, helped develop a new online course for beginner students of Spanish at UNC-CH


Fall 2006. Reader for the forthcoming online textbook “Cultural History of the Hispanic World” by Drs. Hélène de Fays and Larry King
Fall 2001 – May 2004. Research Assistant for Prof. Stuart Day. UNC-CH Dept. of Romance Languages

Responsibilities:


2000 – 2004. Volunteer for “Familias del Pueblo” Road Race. Chapel Hill, NC

Responsibility:


  • Helped in the organization of the road race for the Hispanic community of the Chapel Hill/Carrboro area

Fall 2000 – Present. Member of Editorial Committee for Horizontes. UNC-CH, Dept. of Romance Languages

Responsibilities:


  • Evaluating original works (poems, short-stories, drawings and photographs)

  • Selecting and editing works for publication in Horizontes, a student publication in Spanish and Portuguese

Summer 1999. Clerk for Siglo XXI Bookstore. Alcalá de Guadaíra, Spain

Responsibilities:

Fall 1998 – Spring 1999. Clerk for Vertice Bookstore. Seville, Spain

Responsibility:


  • Maintaining the catalogue of books available at the store


PUBLICATIONS

A review of Generation X Rocks: Contemporary Peninsular Fiction, Film, and Rock Culture. Edited by Chirstine Henseler and Randolph D. Pope. Hispanófila 2007 (149) 89-90


A review of Conversaciones literarias con novelistas contemporáneos. Katarzyna Olga Beilin. Forthcoming in Hispanófila
A review of Spanish Culture Behind Barbed Wire: Memory and Representation of the French Concentration Camps, 1939-1945. Francie Cate-Arries. Forthcoming in Hispanófila
Dictionary entry on “Lorenzo Silva.” World Literature in Spanish: An Encyclopedia. Ed. Salvador Oropesa and Maureen Ihrie. (in press)
Dictionary entry on “Javier Tomeo.” World Literature in Spanish: An Encyclopedia. Ed. Salvador Oropesa and Maureen Ihrie. (in press)
CONFERENCES AND PRESENTATIONS
Forthcoming

“El loco del sótano o la memoria traumática en El tragalúz de Antonio Buero Vallejo”. Fifty-Eight Annual Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference MIFLC). Wilmington, NC, October 2008.



Completed

“Escapismo temporal y ventanas en dos novelas urbanas de los

noventa: El chico que imitaba a Roberto Carlos (1996) y Mensaka

(1993)”. Sixtieth Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, KY, April 2007.


“La novela juvenil española de la década de los noventa: ‘¿para adolescentes?,

¿con adolescentes?, ¿sobre adolescentes?’. Seventy Ninth Annual Convention of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA), Atlanta, GA, November 2007.

“The Construction of Identity in the Age of Globalization: Immigration and the Global Cultural Supermarket in the Contemporary Spanish Novel”. Fifty-Eight Annual Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference MIFLC), Harrisonburg, VA, October 2006.
"Chronotope and Bildungsroman in El chico que imitaba a Roberto Carlos (1996), by Martín Casariego, and Héroes (1993), by Ray Loriga ". Eleventh Annual Carolina

Conference on Romance Literatures, UNC, CH, NC, March 2005

“The City as Chronotope in Two Contemporary Spanish Novels: El chico que imitaba a Roberto Carlos and Héroes”. Eleventh Annual Conference on Romance Literature. UNC-CH, Chapel Hil, NC, April 2005
“Miguel de Unamuno y Sherwood Anderson: dos formas de vivir la realidad a través de la persona y el grotesque” . Tenth Annual Conference on Romance Literature. UNC-CH, NC, Chapel Hill, NC, April 2004
“Summer in the City: The Influence of Environmental Factors on the Writer in Martín Casariego’s Qué te voy a contar” . Sixteenth Southeast Conference on Foreign Languages & Literatures. Rollins College, Orlando, FL, March 2004

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Modern Language Association

Southern Comparative Literature Association

South Atlantic Modern Language Association


TECHNICAL SKILLS

Blackboard

Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point)

Adobe Photoshop


LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

Spanish: native speaker

English: fluently spoken, written and read

French: read and spoken

Italian: read

REFERENCES
Prof. Glynis Cowell Prof. J.M. Polo de Bernabé

Dept. of Romance Languages Dept. of Romance Languages

UNC-CH UNC-CH

(919) 962-0156 (919) 962-1022



gscowell@email.unc.edu jpolo@email.unc.edu
Prof. William Maisch Prof. Stuart Day

Dept. of Romance Languages Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese

UNC-CH University of Kansas

(919) 962-5613 (785) 864-0286



maisch@email.unc.edu day@ku.edu



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