Cecilia Enjuto Rangel curriculum vitae



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Cecilia Enjuto Rangel

CURRICULUM VITAE


September 2015

Address


Department of Romance Languages

University of Oregon

Eugene, OR 97403

Tel: (541) 346-4045

Fax : (541) 346-4030



Email: enjuto@uoregon.edu

Areas of Research Interest
Latin American and Spanish Modern Poetry and Poetics; Transatlantic Studies; Comparative Literature (English, French, Portuguese and Spanish); Film Studies; Gender Politics; Spanish Civil War and historical testimony.
Education
1999- 2005 Ph.D. Comparative Literature, Yale University. Dissertation title: “Cities in Ruins in Modern Poetry.” Dissertation advisor: Prof. Roberto González Echevarría.
2002 M.A. Comparative Literature, Yale University.
2001-2002 Student in abstentia and auditor of courses at the University of Oxford, England.
Summer 2000 Visiting Student. Institute Brasil- Estados Unidos (IBEU). Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
1994-1998 B.A. (4.0, Summa Cum Laude). Comparative Literature (double major in French. Concentrations in Hispanic Studies and Drama). Universidad de Puerto Rico, Río Piedras, P.R.
1996-1997 Exchange student (third year abroad) at the Université de Paris VIII, St. Denis.
Professional Employment
2011- Associate Professor of Spanish. Romance Languages, University of Oregon.
2005-2011 Assistant Professor of Spanish. Romance Languages, University of Oregon.


    1. Teaching Assistant. Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University.

    1. Teaching Assistant. Comparative Literature, Yale University.



Authored Book
Cities in Ruins: The Politics of Modern Poetics (West Lafayette: Purdue University Press. Purdue Studies in Romance Literatures, Vol. 50, 2010).
Edited Volumes
La verdad sobre el caso de José Antonio Primo de Rivera. Federico Enjuto Ferrán. Introduction and edition with Pedro García Caro. (To be completed in 2016) (Edition of a historical memoir of the investigative judge in the trial of José Antonio Primo de Rivera during the Spanish Civil War.)
The Transatlantic Studies Reader. Iberia, Latin America and Africa. Introduction and edition with Sebastiaan Faber, Robert Newcomb and Pedro García-Caro. (To be completed in 2015)
Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals and Peer-Reviewed Edited Collections
“La política transatlántica de solidaridad de Vicente Huidobro y la poética de la Guerra civil española.” Huidobro. Ed. Luis Correa Díaz. Ediciones de la Universidad Católica de Chile. (Forthcoming 2015)
“Weaving National and Gender Politics: A Transatlantic Reading of Rosalía de Castro and Julia de Burgos’s Poetic Projects” CENTRO Journal of the Center of Puerto Rican Studies. Special Issue on Julia de Burgos. Ed. Lena Burgos. Vol. 26, No. 2, Fall 2014.
“La poética de la traducción: Briceida Cuevas Cob.” (un ensayo introductorio a la obra poética de Briceida Cuevas Cob, y a sus poemas en maya, castellano e inglés). Cuadernos de ALDEEU, Volumen 25, Primavera 2013. pp. 279-300.
“La mirada nostálgica del exilio en En el balcón vacío (1962).” (book article) Exilio y cosmopolitismo en el arte y la literatura hispánica. Ed. Araceli Tinajero. Madrid: Verbum, 2013.
“Góngora, Unamuno y el 27 en clave transatlántica.” Reyes, Borges, Ramón: La vida literaria en Madrid de los años 20. Ed. Julio Ortega. Monterrey: Cátedra Alfonso Reyes, Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey and Brown University, 2011.pp. 157-170.

Tres generaciones del exilio: la memoria guardada.L’exil espagnol dans les Amériques. Ed. Carmen Vásquez. Amiens: Centre d’Études Hispaniques D’Amiens (CEHA), 2011. pp.41-50.

“Huidobro’s Voices in the Transatlantic Poetics of the Spanish Civil War.” (book article) Rereading Huidobro: 21st Century Approaches. Eds. Scott Weintraub and Luis Correa Díaz. University of Minnesota Press, 2010.pp.14-35. http://hispanicissues.umn.edu/Spring2010.html


“Baudelaire y Cernuda: un recorrido por las ruinas de la ciudad moderna.” (book article) Escribir la ciudad. Eds. Maribel Ortiz and Vanessa Vilches. San Juan, Puerto Rico: Fragmento Imán, 2009. pp.113-130.
“La guerra civil española: entre fantasmas, monstruos y faunos.” "España en armas: Cultura de guerras / Guerra de culturas". Vanderbilt e-Journal of Luso-Hispanic Studies. Guest Ed. Antonio Gómez López-Quiñones. Vol.5. 2009.  http://ejournals.library.vanderbilt.edu/lusohispanic/viewissue.php
“Entre ruinas y escombros de Itálica a Madrid: la poética transatlántica de Neruda.” (book article) Alma América. In honorem Victorino Polo. Eds. Vicente Cervera Salinas y María Dolores Adsuar. Murcia: Universidad de Murcia, 2008.pp. 232-250.
“Broken Presents: The Modern City in Ruins in Baudelaire, Cernuda and Paz.” Comparative Literature. Spring 2007, pp.140-157.
“Cities in Ruins: The Recuperation of the Baroque in T.S.Eliot and Octavio Paz.” How Far is America From Here? Proceedings of the International American Studies Association (IASA) Leiden 2003. Paul Giles, Theo D’Haen, Djelal Kadir, and Lois Parkinson Zamora, eds. Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi Publishers, 2005. pp. 283-296.
“Reaching the Past through Cities in Ruins: Itálica and Machu Picchu.” Colorado Review of Hispanic Studies. Vol. 2, Fall 2004, pp.43-60.
“Petrified Pasts: Octavio Paz and the Representation of Ruins.” Ciberletras. July 2004. http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/ciberletras/

Other publications
Author entries, “Delmira Agustini” and “Julia de Burgos.” Little Black Book of Books. Ed. Lucy Daniel. London: Cassell, 2007, pp.104 and 374.
Book Reviews
“Entre dichos y desdichas: Diario de un poeta recién divorciado de Luis Correa Díaz” Anales de la literatura chilena. 7 (2006) 260-263.
“Crossing the river, Cruzando el río: Twenty Mexican Poets” (Review of The River Is Wide, El río es ancho. Twenty Mexican Poets, A Bilingual Anthology. Marlon L. Fick, ed. and tr.). A Contracorriente. Vol. 4, No. 3, Spring 2007.
La poesía en la literatura española y latinoamericana de Garcilaso de la Vega a José Emilio Pacheco. Daniel Torres. Madrid: Editorial Pliegos, 2007. Review for Bulletin of Spanish Studies, Fall 2010.
“The Political, Aesthetic, and Ethical Responses to Ruins in Latin America.” Telling Ruins in Latin America. Eds. Michael Lazzara and Vicky Unruh. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2009. Review for A Contracorriente, Vol.8, No.1. Fall 2010 http://www.ncsu.edu/acontracorriente/
Binding Violence. Literary Visions of Political Origins. Moira Fradinger. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2010. Review for MLN (Modern Language Notes) 2011.
Fugitive from Spanish Fascism. A Memoir by Miguel Domínguez Soler. Translated and with an Introduction by Richard Baker. University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Cornerstone Press, 2010. Review for The Volunteer. (2012)
Poemas de un bárbaro (1987-2013). Jesús Sepúlveda. Santiago de Chile, Contragolpe Ediciones, 2013, 261 pp. Review for Mapocho, Revista de Humanidades, N. 76, Segundo semestre. 2014.

pp. 291-295



WORKS IN PROGRESS



Through Children’s Eyes: Remembering a History of Wars and Dictatorships in Spanish and Latin American Film and Literature (Book manuscript in progress)
A Transatlantic Feminist Poetics. (Book manuscript in progress on women poets as Rosalía de Castro, Julia de Burgos, Delmira Agustini, Rosario Castellanos)
“Through Children’s Eyes: A History of Violence and the Politics of Memory in Spain and Latin America” (article)
‘In Search of a Voice: from Latin American Romanticism to Modernismo’.  Cambridge Companion to Latin American Poetry. Ed. Stephen Hart. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016.
Invited Lectures
2015 “La violencia de la guerra y del exilio político en el cine latinoamericano: los rastros de la memoria en la mirada infantil,” La violencia en la historia y la literatura de América Latina, Universidad de Murcia. (Feb.)
2014 “Pierre Daura and the Spanish Civil War,” Placing Pierre Daura, JSMA, University of Oregon. (May)
2013 “Weaving National and Gender Politics: The Transatlantic Poetics of Rosalía de Castro and Julia de Burgos,” Stanford University. (Nov)
2008 “Góngora y el 27 en clave transatlántica” at Coloquio Transatlántico, “Reyes, Borges, Ramón: La vida literaria en Madrid de los años 20.” Casa de América, Madrid. (organized by Julio Ortega, Professor of Hispanic Studies, Brown University).
2008 “The Transatlantic Poetics of the Spanish Civil War and its Ruins”, Georgetown University.
2008 “Las ruinas de la guerra civil española en la poesía de Neruda y Alberti Bucknell University.
2006 “Las huellas del exilio español en Puerto Rico” at the Université de Picardie, Amiens, France. (organized by Carmen Vasquez, Full Professor, Université de Picardie)
2006 “Recorrido por la ciudad moderna en ruinas: Baudelaire y Cernuda,” at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras. (organized by Prof. Maribel Ortiz and Prof. Vanessa Vilches, University of Puerto Rico).

Presentations

2015 “Infancia clandestina (2012): Between the political struggle and the illusion of normalcy.” Latin American Studies Association (LASA), San Juan, Puerto Rico. (May)

2014 “Las memorias y el testimonio de un juez en el exilio: La verdad sobre el proceso de José Antonio Primo de Rivera de Federico Enjuto Ferrán”. Congreso Internacional Historia y Poéticas de la memoria: La violencia política en la representación del Franquismo V Encuentro de la Comisión de la Verdad. Universidad de Alicante. (Nov)
2014 “Spanish and Latin American Exiles in Paris: The Transatlantic Aesthetics of Julie Gavras’s “La faute à Fidel!” (Invited to participate in a panel). American Comparative Literature Association, (ACLA), New York University. (March)
2013 “Children’s Gaze in Contemporary Cinema: A Transatlantic Poetics of Exile and Historical Memory” and the Welcome Address and Presentation “Why Transatlantic Studies? Why a Reader? Why Now?” Iberian and Latin American Transatlantic Studies Symposium, University of Oregon. (Nov.)
2013 “Playing Soccer in Paisito (2008) and O ano em que meus pais saíram de férias (2006): A Transatlantic Poetics of Exile and Historical Memory,” Reel Latin America. Framing the 21st Century: A Conference on Latin American and Latino Film. University of Louisville, Kentucky. (Oct.)
2013 "A Transatlantic Poetics of Exile and Historical Memory.” American Comparative Literature Association, (ACLA), Toronto.

Panel Chair and organizer, “Transatlantic Poetics of Exile (internal and external).” (March)


2011 “La mirada infantil del exilio en El balcón vacío (1962)” GYNOCINE, Mujeres, Dones and Cinema Conference. UMASS Amherst. (Oct.)
2011 “Violence through the children’s eyes in Kamchatka and Machuca SCOLAS, (Southwest Council of Latin American Studies). San Juan, Puerto Rico. (March)
2011 “From Paris to Santiago: the child’s gaze in La faute à Fidel! and Machuca. CINE-LIT VII International Conference on Hispanic Film and Fiction, Portland. (Feb.)
2011 “From Aztec Stones to the Metro: Rosario Castellanos’s and José Emilio Pacheco’s Political Critique to Modernity,” Panel on Lyric Modernity, MLA, Los Angeles. (Dec.)
2010 “From Aztec Stones to Contemporary Ruins: Rosario Castellanos’s Ethical and Political Critique to Modernity,” XX International Conference of the AILCFH, University of Texas, Austin. (Sept.)
2010 “La justicia y la política de la memoria: el caso de José Antonio Primo de Rivera” V Congreso Transatlántico, Brown University. (April)
2009 “Through Children’s Eyes: A History of Violence and the Politics of Memory in Spain and Latin America” American Comparative Literature Association, (ACLA), Harvard University.

Panel Chair and co-organizer with Prof. Jennifer Duprey, “Transatlantic Studies and the Politics of Memory in Latin America and Spain.” (March)


2008 “Weaving National and Gender Politics: The Transatlantic Poetics of Rosalía de Castro and Julia de Burgos” at the South Central MLA, San Antonio, Texas. (Nov.)
2008 “The Spanish Civil War and its Transatlantic Poetics,” Oregon Humanities Center, University of Oregon. (June)
2008 “La guerra civil española: entre fantasmas, monstruos y faunos.” IV Congreso Transatlántico, Brown University. (April)
2007 “Redefining National and Gender Politics: The Transatlantic Poetics of Rosalía de Castro and Julia de Burgos” at Transatlantic Luso-Hispanic Voices, UMASS, Amherst.
2007 “The Transatlantic Poetics of Spanish Civil War: Auden, Hughes, Guillén and Neruda.” American Comparative Literature Association. (ACLA) at Puebla, México.
2006 “Poems that matter: Latin American and Spanish poetry of the Civil War”. Literature Matters, Romance Studies Colloquium, University of Oregon, Eugene.
2006 “La guerra civil española y la poesía transatlántica.” 4th Congress of the Hispanic Poetry of Europe and the Americas, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
2006 “Las ruinas de la guerra civil española en la poesía de Neruda y Alberti.” III Congreso Transatlántico, Brown University.
2004 “T.S. Eliot’s Burlesque Recuperation of Donne and the Metaphysical Poets.” South Central Modern Languages Association (SCMLA), New Orleans, LA.
2004 “Baudelaire’s and Cernuda’s Cities in Ruins.” American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP), Yale University.
2003 “Cities in Ruins: The Recuperation of the Baroque in T.S. Eliot and Octavio Paz.” International American Studies Association (IASA), Leiden, The Netherlands.
2002 “Ruins in Baroque and Neo Baroque Poetry.” American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA), San Juan, Puerto Rico.

FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS, AND AWARDS
Excellence Award for Outstanding Mentorship of Graduate Students, University of Oregon ($500 for my graduate students) (2014)

Summer Stipend Award- College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) (Summer 2014) ($5,000)

CAS Program Grant (with Lanie Millar and Ed Wolf) for Alberto Carrión’s concert in homage of Julia de Burgos (Spring 2014) ($800)

Hispanex Grant (external Grant from the Spanish Ministry of Education) (Fall 2013) for the Iberian and Latin American Transatlantic Studies Symposium and Reader ($4,000)

Idea Award (Fall 2013) for the Iberian and Latin American Transatlantic Studies Symposium and Reader ($5,000)

JSMA- Museum Grant for Art exhibit Transatlanticisms and Transatlantic Studies Symposium (Fall 2013) ($2,000 approx.)

CSWS (Center for the Study of Women and Society) Research Grant (Spring term 2012)

Oregon Humanities Teaching Fellowship and Coleman and Guitteau Teaching Professorship in the Humanities, 2011 (for course on Fall 2011) ($7,000)

The Americas in a Global World Initiative, The Indigenous Peoples in the Americas event sponsoring the visiting speakers series for my course on Contemporary Poetry (Fall 2011)

Women of Color (CSWS) funds to invite speakers (for course on Spring 2012)

CSWS (Center for the Study of Women and Society) Travel Grant Award, 2010.

Junior Professor Development Grant. University of Oregon, 2010.

Summer stipend, the Office of the Vice President for Research, Univ. of Oregon, 2009.

Junior Professor Development Grant. University of Oregon, 2009.

Grant for Courses for Spanish Heritage Learners, Innovations in Diversity and Academic Excellence RFP program, Univ. of Oregon, 2009.

Leadership Alliance Doctoral Scholar, Universidad de Puerto Rico and Yale University, 2009.

Ernest G. Moll Faculty Research Fellowship in Literary Studies, OHC, 2008. (term and $1000)

Oregon Humanities Fellowship, Univ. of Oregon, 2008.

Williams Grant, (group grant to organize Survey courses), Univ. of Oregon, 2007. ($3,000)

Multimedia for Teaching and Research (ITS workshop), Univ. of Oregon, 2007.

Junior Professor Development Grant. University of Oregon. (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010)

New Faculty Award. University of Oregon, 2006.
Certificate of Distinction in Teaching Award. Harvard University. (2004, 2005)

John Perry Miller Fellowship Award. Yale University, 2004.

Dissertation Fellowship. Yale University (2003-2004)

Enders Fellowship. Yale University, 2003.

Summer Fellowship. Comparative Literature, Yale University, 2001.

Foreign Language Association Scholarship (FLAS) (Portuguese), 2000.

Hewlett Award. Council of Latin American and Iberian Studies, Yale University. (Summer Study in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 2000.

Summer Fellowship. Comparative Literature, Yale University, 2000.

Full Scholarship, Comparative Literature Department at Yale University (1999-2005)

Summa Cum Laude and High Distinction Award (Highest G.P.A. Humanities, UPR), 1999.

Francisco Matos Paoli Award, Hispanic Studies Department, 1999.

High Distinction Award, Comparative Literature Department, 1999.

President Award 1999

Recinto de Río Piedras Award 1999

Summer Scholarship and Research. Leadership Alliance Summer Research Program, Cornell University. Research project: “Vision as a metaphor in Charles Baudelaire's poetry,” Directors: Professor Cynthia Chase and Professor Jonathan Monroe. (1998)

Who’s Who among Students in American Universities? Dean’s List (1995-1998)

University Service

Courses Taught at University of Oregon:

RL 620 Graduate Seminar: Introduction to Theory and Graduate Studies in Romance Languages

Sp. 607 Graduate Seminar on Desire in Spanish and Latin American 19th century literatures

Sp. 607 Graduate Seminar on The Representation of Women in Spanish and Latin American 19th century literatures

Sp.437/537 Graduate Seminar on the Spanish Civil War and Transatlantic Studies

Sp.480/580 Graduate Seminar on The City in Spanish and Latin American Poetry (19th and 20th centuries)

Sp. 407/507 Graduate Seminar on Spanish and Latin American Contemporary Poetics

Sp.407 Seminar on Transatlantic Feminisms

Sp.407 Seminar on Children in Spanish and Latin American Literature and Film

Sp.407 Seminar on the Literature and Film of the Spanish Civil War

Sp.407 Seminar on Latin American and Spanish Avant-gardes

Sp.333 Introduction to Spanish and Latin American Narrative

Sp.330 Introduction to Spanish and Latin American Poetry

Sp. 319 Introduction to 19th and 20th century Latin American Literature

Sp. 318 Introduction to Pre-Hispanic and Colonial literatures in Latin America

Sp. 317 Introduction to 19th and 20th century Spanish Peninsular Literature

RL 603 Individual Reading and Conference:

Laura Ross, 2005

Holly Bennington, 2006

Maria E Braun, 2006

Rachel Chabu, 2006

Luke Rosenau, 2007

Michael Gray, 2008

Vania Díaz-Romero, 2010

Giulio Bonacuccina, 2010

Antonio Couso-Liañez, 2011

Iñaki Gonzalo, 2011

Susana Gómez, 2011

Brandon Rigby, 2012

Doralba Pérez Ibañez, 2012

Eva Serforzo, 2013

Mariko Plescia, 2013


M.A. Theses

Rebecca Halogen, 2007

Yossa Vidal-Collados, 2008

Alvaro Ares, 2008

Vania Díaz-Romero, 2008

Michael B. Rigby, 2010

Iñaki Gonzalo, 2011

Erika Rodríguez, 2013

Miguel Silva, 2013

Licia Aldana, 2014


Ph.D. Dissertation Exam Committee
Vania Díaz-Romero (co-advisor with Prof. Amalia Gladhart), 2011

Brandon Rigby, 2013 (advisor)

Doralba Pérez Ibañez, 2013 (advisor)

Mariko Plescia, 2014 (advisor)

Susana Gómez, Comparative Literature, 2014 (advisor)
Nagore Sedano (advisor *Exams Winter 2016)

Iñaki Gonzalo (advisor *Exams Winter 2016)


Amy Leggette, Comparative Literature, (Graduated Spring 2015)

Rachel Edford, English, (Graduated Summer 2011)

Erica Morton-Starner, English (graduated Summer 2015)

Eva Serfozo

Erin Gallo
M.A. Thesis Committee
June Irene Koehler, Art History 2010
M.A. Exams

Laura Ross, (Member) 2005

Rachel Chabu, (Member) 2006

Holly Bennington, (Member) 2006

Maria E. Braun, (Member) 2006

Christina Onisko, (Member) 2007

Rebecca Halogen, (Chair) 2007

Luke Rosenau, (Member) 2007

Yossa Vidal-Collados, (Chair) 2008

Alvaro Ares, (Chair) 2008

Vania Díaz-Romero, (Chair) 2008

Nora Fandino, (Member) 2008

Michael Gray, (Member) 2008

Giulio Bonacuccina, (Member) 2008

Hollie Allen, (Member) 2009

Michael B. Rigby, (Member) 2010

Valeria del Barco, (Member) 2010

Allison Bowers, (Member) 2010

Antonio Couso-Liañez (Member) 2011

Iñaki Gonzalo (Chair) 2011

Erma Nezirevic (Member) 2011

Erika Rodríguez, 2013 (Chair)

Miguel Silva, 2013 (Chair)

Noelia Pizarro, 2013

Stacy Breland, 2013

Licia Aldana, 2014 (Chair)


Fall Forum

Erika Rodríguez, 2012

Miguel Silva, 2012

Stacy Breland, 2012

Licia Aldana, 2013

Renee Marshall, 2013



Departmental Committees

Graduate Studies Committee, 2013-2014

Committee for Promotion to Senior Instructor II for Harinder Khalsa, Laurie de Gonzalez, Nadia Ceccaci (2014)

Spanish Sector Convener (2012-13)

Chair, Committee for Promotion for Jesús Sepúlveda to Senior Instructor, 2013

Search Committee for an Assistant Professor of Caribbean Literature, 2012-2013

Graduate Studies Committee, 2011-2012

Search Committee for an Assistant Professor of Spanish Linguistics, 2010-2011

Foreign Study Committee, 2005-2010.

Library Committee, 2008-2009, 2010-2013

Undergraduate Studies Committee, 2006-2007

SERVICE TO COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY, University of Oregon


Search Committee for Associate Dean of the Graduate School and Vice Provost for Graduate Studies (2 positions), 2014

Graduate Council member 2011-2014 and Secretary (2012-2014)

(member Grievances committee 2011-12; Scholarships committee 2012-2014)



CAS Curriculum Committee, 2012-2014

CAS Curriculum Committee, Chair 2013-2014

CAS ICGER Committee, 2012-2014

Latin American Studies Committee and Participating Faculty of LAS, 2005-2014

LAS Advisory Committee, 2012-2013

CSWS Grant Evaluation Committee (Center for Study of Women and Society), 2013

Ph.D. Committee, Rachel Edford, English Department, 2009

The Americas, RIG, CSWS, 2005-2013

Heritage Learners Advising Group, 2009-2010

Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies Advisory Committee (CLLAS), 2007-2014

Chair, Committee for CLLAS Graduate Student Grants, 2013

Committee for CLLAS Graduate Student Grants, 2007-2009

Honors College Theses advisor to: Julie Anne Krogh, Samuel Gill, Sara Wee and member of the committee for Meredith Combes’ thesis, 2006-2007 and 2013

Search Committee for Assistant Professor of Poetry for the Creative Writing Program, 2007

Participated at the Comparative Literature Program’s summit on “Deciphering the Discipline.” 2007


INVITED LECTURES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:


2014 Invited speaker and scholar in Prof. Lara Bovilsky’s College Scholars colloquium.
2014 Presentation on “Pa negre” on the Spanish Film Series
2013 “A Historical Testimony of the Spanish Civil War,” Lecture class with Prof. Pedro García Caro in Prof. Evlyn Gould’s and Nathalie Hester’s graduate and undergraduate course on European culture.
2013 Lecture class on Baudelaire in Prof. Evlyn Gould’s graduate course on French nineteenth century poetry 480/580.
2010 “A Historical Testimony of the Spanish Civil War,” Lecture class with Prof. Pedro García Caro in Prof. Evlyn Gould’s and Fabienne Moore’s graduate and undergraduate course on European culture.
2010 Lecture class on Antonio Machado in Prof. Gina Herrmann’s Introduction to Twentieth century Spanish literature
2009 Presentation of “Mal de amores” at the Latin American Studies Film Series
2009 Lecture class on Baudelaire in Prof. Evlyn Gould’s graduate course on French nineteenth century poetry
2008 Presentation of “Death in El Valle” with Prof. Pedro García Caro, and

Presentation of “El laberinto del fauno” at the Latin American Studies Film Series


2007 Lecture class on Antonio and Manuel Machado in Prof. Gina Herrmann’s Introduction to Twentieth century Spanish literature
2006 “A Historical Testimony of the Spanish Civil War,” Lecture with Prof. Pedro García Caro in Prof. Massimo Lollini’s graduate course on Testimony

ACADEMIC EVENTS ORGANIZED, University of Oregon
2014 Homenaje a Julia de Burgos en su centenario. We invited well-known Puerto Rican composer and singer Alberto Carrión to give us a talk on his creative process and a concert on his musical interpretations of Julia de Burgos’ poetry; (co-organizer and presenter with Lanie Millar and Ed Wolf).
2013 The Iberian and Latin American Transatlantic Studies Symposium (co-organizer with Pedro García-Caro, presenter and discussant) (Fourteen scholars from the US and the UK presented their work on Nov. 1 and 2 at the University of Oregon; and we will later publish these presentations as essays in the Iberian and Latin American Transatlantic Studies Reader.
2011 Multilingual Poetry Reading Series (Spanish, Mayan, English and Spanglish): Spain and Latin American Through Contemporary Poetry. Organizer and Presenter (and interpreter in three events) in a visiting speaker series, with Puerto Rican poet Urayoán Noel, Spanish poet Ana Rossetti, Mayan poet from Mexico, Briceida Cuevas Cob and Mayan poet from Guatemala, Rosa Chávez.
2010 Lecture and Film Presentation with Puerto Rican Documentary Film-maker Juan Carlos García Padilla, as part of the CLLAS series of events.
2010 Bilingual Poetry Reading by Spanish poet Luis García Montero, organized with Professor Gina Herrman
2008 Lecture and Graduate Seminar by Professor Noel Valis, Yale University
2008 Film Series on the Spanish Civil War
2007 Oaxaca series of conferences and seminars organized with the Americas, RIG, CSWS
2007 Lecture and Bilingual Poetry Reading by American poet Clayton Eshelman, translator of The Complete Poetry of César Vallejo
2006 Poetry Reading and Graduate Seminar by Spanish poet Vicente Cervera Salinas

Service to Profession
Associate Editor, Editorial Board:

Comparative Literature journal, 2010.
Studia Iberica et Americana:

Journal of Medieval Iberian & Early Modern Hispanic Transatlantic Studies, 2013.

Referee for Peer Reviewed Journals:

Comparative Literature journal, 2008- present.

Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos (RCEH), 2007- present
Advisory Board, the HISPANIC URBAN STUDIES book series at international academic publisher Palgrave Macmillan


OTHER PROFESSIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE





    1. Teaching Assistant. Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University.

Spanish A (Elementary Language course)

“Imagining the Latin Americas: Neruda, Asturias and Paz,”

with Prof. Luis Cárcamo




    1. Teaching Assistant. Comparative Literature, Yale University.

“Dante in Translation,” with Prof. Giuseppe Mazzotta

“World Cinema,” with Prof. Dudley Andrew
Summer 2004 Student. Summer course on Literature and Cinema in the Basque Country,

Universidad del País Vasco, Bilbao, Spain.




    1. Poetry Editor. New graduate student’s magazine, Palimpsest. Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

Summers


    1. Reporter. Newspaper El Nuevo Día, Puerto Rico.




    1. Monitor. Drama Department, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Río Piedras. Various projects concerning theater teaching in public schools and a homeless center in San Juan, Puerto Rico.



LANGUAGES
Spanish - native speaker

English -fluent, near native skills

French -advanced level

Portuguese -intermediate level

Latin -intermediate level

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA)

Latin American Studies Association (LASA)

Modern Languages Association (MLA)

International American Studies Association (IASA)

American Studies Association (ASA)



Center for the Study of Women and Society (CSWS)



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