Education: Universidad de Oviedo, Oviedo, Asturias (Spain)



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JORGE ABRIL SÁNCHEZ

15 Elder Osborne Drive

Lee, NH 03861-6660

Cell phone: (773) 241 1841



jorgeabrilsanchez@hotmail.com
EDUCATION:

  • Universidad de Oviedo, Oviedo, Asturias (Spain):

Ph. D. in English Philology, with a concentration in English Renaissance Literature and Culture, International Distinction, December 2017. Dissertation: “Pedro Calderón de la Barca, Astrologer, in the England of Charles II: Calderonian Stargazers in John Dryden, Elkanah Settle and Aphra Behn.”  Director: Professor María José Álvarez Faedo (Universidad de Oviedo, Spain). Committee: Francisco José Borge López (Universidad de Oviedo, Spain), Jorge Luis Bueno Alonso (Universidad de Vigo, Spain) and Santiago García Castañón (Western Carolina University, USA). External readers: Frederick A. De Armas (University of Chicago, USA) and Christopher B. Weimer (Oklahoma State University, USA).


  • The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL:

Ph. D. in Romance Languages and Literatures, with a concentration in Spanish Medieval and Golden Age Literatures and Cultures, June 2017. Dissertation: “Demons, Ghosts, Werewolves and Witches: The Palimpsestic Demonology of Miguel de Cervantes.” Ph. D. director: Professor Frederick A. De Armas (University of Chicago). Committee: Professors Ryan D. Giles (Indiana University) and Armando Maggi (University of Chicago).


  • Universidad de Oviedo, Oviedo, Asturias (Spain):

Memoria de Licenciatura/Honors thesis in English Philology, with a concentration in English Renaissance Literature and Culture, June 2014. Thesis: "Playing with Shakespeare, or how Sports Set the Tone to Discuss Social Problems in 21st-Century Theatrical and Movie Adaptations of Shakespearean Plays." 161 pages. Director: Professor María José Álvarez Faedo. Committee: Francisco José Borge López and Laura Martínez García. Grade: Sobresaliente/High Pass. Awarded with: Premio Extraordinario de Licenciatura de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras [Prize to the Best Thesis and Highest GPA from the Faculty of Philosophy and Humanities].


  • Universidad de Oviedo, Oviedo, Asturias (Spain):

Proyecto de capacidad investigadora/Research capacity thesis in English Philology, with a concentration in English Renaissance Literature and Culture, September 2004. Thesis: “The Topic of Honour in the Works of Lodowick Carliell.” 129 pages. Director: Professor María José Álvarez Faedo. Committee: Francisco José Borge López and Juan Emilio Tazón Salces. Grade: Sobresaliente por unanimidad/High Pass.


  • University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Amherst, MA:

Master of Arts in Hispanic Literatures and Linguistics, with a concentration in Spanish Medieval and Golden Age Literatures and Cultures, May 2004. M.A. thesis: “The Topic of Honour in the Mythological Plays of Lope de Vega.” 164 pages. Director: Professor José Julio Vélez Sáinz. Committee: Raquel Medina and Nina M. Scott. Grade: Pass.


  • Universidad de Oviedo, Oviedo, Asturias (Spain):

Bachelor of Arts in English Philology, June 2001.
RESEARCH INTERESTS:

  • Spanish Medieval and Golden Age literature and culture: Treatises of demonology and magic; Fernando de Rojas’s La Celestina and celestinesque literature; representing the Other through the eyes of a Christian beholder (moriscos, conversos, heretics, “exotic” peoples, etc.); Don Quijote and books of chivalry; the legend of Don Juan; monsters, dwarfs and rarae aves; Asturian literati (Bances Candamo and Antón de Marirreguera).

      • Spanish Colonial literature and culture: Chronicles of the conquistadores; treatises of demonology; description of paganism, idolatry and demonolatry; the life and works of Pedro Menéndez de Avilés; the Spanish exploration and colonization of Asia, especially China and the Philippines.

      • English Medieval and Renaissance literature and culture: Anglo-Spanish relations during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; Charles II and the Restoration; Don Quijote in Early Modern England; the adaptation of Pedro Calderón de la Barca’s plays to the English stage; William Shakespeare and Spain; the influence of Spain in English theater (John Dryden, Elkanah Settle, Aphra Behn, Sir Robert Howard); the magical astrology of John Dee and William Lilly; Arthurian literature and the age of chivalry.


LANGUAGE ABILITIES:

Spanish: Native speaker abilities.

English: Near-native speaker abilities.

Portuguese: Near-native reading abilities, and intermediate-level speaking and writing abilities.

French: Intermediate-level abilities.

German: Beginner-level abilities.
CERTIFICATION IN TEACHING SKILLS:

Universidad de Oviedo-Instituto de Ciencias de la Educación, Oviedo, Asturias (Spain):

Certificación de Aptitud Pedagógica (C.A.P.) [Certificate of Teaching Skills], September 23rd, 2002, 30 credits, 300 hours.


COURSES CREATED BASED ON MY RESEARCH:

  • Celestina’s Brood: Appropriations and Imitations of the Spanish Early Modern Hag, 3 credits.

  • Witchcraft, Wild Women and the History of Misogyny in European Studies, 4 credits.

  • Does True Love Matter? Immature Playboys, Lustful Predators and the History of Rape in the Myth of Don Juan and the Culture of Sexual Assault, 4 credits.

  • Hero or Villain? The Legend of Don Juan Throughout History (from the 17th century to the present), 3 credits.

  • Spanish for Law Enforcement, Lawyers, Paralegals and Social Justice, 4 credits.

  • The Creation of the Self, the Building of a Nation: The Romanticism and its Legacy in Spain and its Colonial Territories, 3 credits.

  • The Spanish Picaresque Novel of the 16th and 17th Centuries: Origins, Evolution and Consolidation of a Critical Literary Tool, 1 unit.


TEACHING EXPERIENCE AND ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT:

The University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH. August 2012-present. Position: Lecturer in Spanish Language, Literature and Culture in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures.

I prepared the syllabus, chose the readings, and designed the exams and all the assignments and materials used in class. I was also in charge of class meetings, office hours and grading. Courses:

1. SPAN 595, Practicum for an Independent Study, 2 credits: Spring 2017 (Section 1; Kevin-Marc Dioneda and His Study of the Exploration of the Philippines by Westerners, and His Annotated Edition of Miguel de Luarca’s Tratado de las Islas Filipinas).

2. SPAN 595, Practicum for the Spanish TAs of the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures at the Center for the Study and Development of Children, 2 credits: Spring 2017 (Section 1).

3. SPAN 525, Spanish Civilization and Culture, Honors, 4 credits: Fall 2016 (Section 1); Fall 2015 (Section 1).

4. SPAN 525, Spanish Civilization and Culture, 4 credits: Fall 2016 (Section 1); January-Term 2016 (Section 1); Fall 2015 (Section 1); January-Term 2015 (Section 1); Fall 2014 (Section 1).

5. SPAN 504, Spanish for Law Enforcement, Lawyers, Paralegals and Social Justice (Old SPAN 504 updated and transformed), 4 credits: Spring 2017 (Section 3).

SPAN 504, Intermediate Spanish II, 4 credits: Spring 2015 (Sections 2 & 3); Spring 2014 (Sections 2 & 3); Spring 2013 (Sections 2 & 3); Fall 2012 (Section 3).

6. SPAN 503, Intermediate Spanish I, Honors, 4 credits: Fall 2016 (Section 8).

7. SPAN 503, Intermediate Spanish I, 4 credits: Spring 2017 (Section 4); Fall 2016 (Sections 2 & 8); Spring 2016 (Sections 5, 6 & 9); Fall 2013 (Sections 4 & 6); Spring 2013 (Section 2); Fall 2012 (Sections 4 & 7).

8. SPAN 403, Review of Spanish, 4 credits: Fall 2015 (Sections 1 & 4); Spring 2015 (Section 4); Fall 2014 (Sections 1 & 4); Spring 2014 (Section 1); Fall 2013 (Section 5).


Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC. July 2010-June 2012. Position: Visiting Assistant Instructor of Spanish Language, Literature and Culture in the Department of Romance Languages.

I prepared the syllabus, chose the readings, and designed the exams and all the assignments and materials used in class. I was also in charge of class meetings, office hours and grading. Courses:

1. HUM 213, Studies in European Literature (Hero or Villain? The Legend of Don Juan Throughout History (from the 17th century to the present)), 3 credits: Spring 2012 (Section A).

2. SPAN 316, Spanish Conversation, 3 credits: Spring 2011 (Section D).

3. SPAN 216, Introduction to Hispanic Studies, 3 credits: Spring 2012 (Sections A & B).

4. SPAN 212, Exploring the Hispanic World, 3 credits: Spring 2011 (Section E).

5. SPAN 154, Accelerated Intermediate Spanish, 3 credits: Fall 2011 (Sections B & C); Spring 2011 (Section A).

6. SPAN 153, Intermediate Spanish, 4 credits: Fall 2011 (Section M); Fall 2010 (Sections C, D, F & L).

7. SPAN 113, Intensive Elementary Spanish, 4 credits: Fall 2011 (Section B).
Reed College, Portland, OR. August 2009-June 2010. Position: Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish Language and Literature in the Department of Spanish.

I prepared the syllabus, chose the readings, and designed the exams and all the assignments and materials used in class. I was also in charge of class meetings, office hours and grading. Courses:

1. SPAN 393S, Special Topics in Peninsular Literature and Culture: “The Spanish Picaresque Novel of the 16th and 17th Centuries: Origins, Evolution and Consolidation of a Critical Literary Tool,” 1 unit: Spring 2010.

2. SPAN 210-01, Second Year Spanish, 1 unit: Year Long (Fall 2009-Spring 2010).

3. SPAN 110-02, First Year Spanish, 1 unit: Year Long (Fall 2009-Spring 2010).
Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL. January 2007-August 2009. Position: Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Literature and Languages (Spanish literature).

I prepared the syllabus, chose the readings, and designed the exams and all the assignments and materials used in class. I was also in charge of class meetings, office hours and grading. Courses:



  1. SPAN 380/480-01, The Creation of the Self, the Building of a Nation: The Romanticism and its Legacy in Spain and its Colonial Territories, 3 credits: Summer 2007.

  2. SPAN 345/445-13, Celestina’s Brood: Appropriations and Imitations of the Spanish Early Modern Hag, 3 credits: Summer 2009.

  3. SPAN 302-01, Introduction to Literary Analysis, 3 credits: Spring 2007.


The Western Mediterranean Culture Workshop, The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. September 2008-June 2009. Position: Graduate Coordinator.

The purpose of the workshop is to bring together faculty and graduate students working on areas of the Western Mediterranean during the Medieval and Early Modern periods in order to develop a broader picture of historical, linguistic, artistic and literary currents and exchanges in a site of enormous cultural ferment. I developed the budget of the workshop, organized the calendar of presentations, chose and invited speakers to present, presided over the sessions, made travel, lodging and boarding arrangements for the presenters, and was in charge of the submission of paperwork regarding finances and reimbursement.


Loyola University-Chicago, Chicago, IL. August 2007-May 2009. Position: Part-time Instructor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures (Spanish).

I prepared the syllabus, chose the readings, and designed the exams and all the assignments and materials used in class. I was also in charge of class meetings, office hours and grading. Courses:



  1. SPAN 271, Main Currents in Spanish Literature II, 3 credits: Spring 2009 (Section 3).

  2. SPAN 251, Conversation and Composition II, 3 credits: Spring 2009 (Section 5).

  3. SPAN 250, Conversation and Composition I, 3 credits: Fall 2007 (Section 5).

  4. SPAN 104, Spanish IV, 3 credits: Fall 2008 (Section 3).

  5. SPAN 102, Spanish II, 3 credits: Fall 2008 (Section 5).


The University of Chicago-The Writing Program, Chicago, IL. April 2006-December 2008. Position: Writing Intern (Spanish Literature).

This is a pioneering initiative to train graduate students in the teaching of writing in a foreign literature course for undergrads. One trimester a year, I assisted a literature professor by leading sessions where I taught students how to organize their thoughts, develop a thesis and make an argument when writing their papers. I also worked with the professor to prepare the syllabus and choose the readings, attended lectures and held office hours. Courses:



  1. SPAN 21703, Literatura hispánica: textos clásicos, with Prof. Ryan D. Giles: Fall 2008.

  2. SPAN 21500, Introducción al análisis literario, with Prof. Lisa B. Voigt: Fall 2007.

  3. SPAN 20901, Literatura hispánica: textos hispanoamericanos, desde la colonia a la independencia, with Prof. Lisa B. Voigt: Spring 2007.



The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. September 2004-March 2008. Position: Lector of Spanish in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures.

I met with one group of 6-8 undergraduate students for an hour every week to practice oral conversation and discuss the readings of the course. This was a discussion session that complemented the work done by the lecturer during the week. I was also responsible for preparing the discussion session syllabus, the reading guidelines and the final oral exam. Finally, I gave assignments, graded them and held fifteen-minute oral interviews in Spanish outside of class. Courses:



  1. SPAN 20300, Language, History and Culture III (Literature: Gabriel García Márquez and Crónica de una muerte anunciada): Spring 2006 (1 group); Spring 2005 (3 groups).

  2. SPAN 20200, Language, History and Culture II (Literature: Carlos Fuentes and Aura): Winter 2008 (6 groups); Fall 2007 (6 groups).

  3. SPAN 20200, Language, History and Culture II (Literature: Ernesto Sábato and El túnel): Spring 2007 (2 groups).

  4. SPAN 20200, Language, History and Culture II (Literature: Fernando Fernán Gómez and Las bicicletas son para el verano): Winter 2007 (4 groups); Winter 2006 (3 groups).

  5. SPAN 20200, Language, History and Culture II (Literature: Short stories): Fall 2006 (4

groups).

  1. SPAN 20100, Language, History and Culture I (Literature: Newspaper articles and short stories): Fall 2005 (6 groups).

  2. SPAN 10300, Beginning Elementary Spanish-3: Winter 2006 (3 groups); Summer 2005 (2 groups).

  3. SPAN 10200, Beginning Elementary Spanish-2: Winter 2005 (3 groups).

  4. SPAN 10100, Beginning Elementary Spanish-1: Fall 2004 (3 groups).


University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Amherst, MA. September 2001-May 2004. Position: Teaching Associate of Spanish in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.

I prepared the syllabus, chose the readings, and designed the exams and all the assignments and materials used in class. I was also in charge of class meetings, office hours and grading. Courses:



  1. SPAN 246, Intermediate Intensive, 6 credits: Spring 2004 (Section 2).

  2. SPAN 232, Intermediate Spanish for Specific Uses, 3 credits: Fall 2001 (Section 1).

  3. SPAN 230, Intermediate Spanish I for General Purposes, 3 credits: Winter 2004 (Section 1); Fall 2002 (Sections 4 & 11); Winter 2002 (Section 1).

  4. SPAN 120, Elementary Spanish II for General Purposes, 3 credits: Spring 2003 (Sections 9 & 13); Spring 2002 (Sections 4 & 5).

  5. SPAN 110, Elementary Spanish I for General Purposes, 3 credits: Summer 2003 (Section 1).


Granada Spanish program of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Granada, Spain. August 24th-December 5th, 2003. Position: Resident Director.

I served as the liaison between the students staying with the host families and the general director at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. I mediated and resolved any problem related to the program and its students after reporting it to my supervisor. I organized social and cultural activities for the students, kept the group informed of any event in our schedule and graded students’ papers.


Salamanca Spanish program of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Salamanca, Spain. July 1st-July 31st, 2002. Position: Lector of Spanish.

I led conversation sessions in Spanish for students in the language program, served as the liaison between students in dorms and/or families and the director in Salamanca, supervised students in dorms, reported to the director any problem related to the program and its students, helped participants in the program with academic needs (homework, help sessions, reviews, etc.) and participated in all cultural activities, excursions, and any other activity.


EDITORIAL APPOINTMENTS:

  • Laberinto journal, September 2013-present. Position: External peer reviewer of article submissions.

  • Yale University Press, June 2013-present. Position: External peer reviewer of Spanish textbooks.

  • Cervantes journal, May 2013-present. Position: External peer reviewer of article submissions.

  • Routledge, April 2013-present. Position: External peer reviewer of book submissions.

  • La corónica: A Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures and Cultures, November 2010-June 2012; Volume 39.1 (Fall 2010)-Volume 40.2 (Spring 2012). Position: Copy editor and editorial assistant.

  • The Paulist Press, February 2008-April 2008. Position: External peer reviewer of book submissions.


PUBLICATIONS:

A) Academic books:

In progress:

Abril Sánchez, Jorge. Demons, Ghosts, Werewolves and Witches: The Palimpsestic Demonology of Miguel de Cervantes.


---. The Heroick and Restoration Comedie of Lodowick Carliell (1602-1675).
---. Modern Don Quixotes in Japan: Manga Comics, Kyogen Theater and Japanese TV.
---. Pedro Calderón de la Barca, Astrologer, in the England of Charles II: Calderonian Stargazers in John Dryden, Elkanah Settle and Aphra Behn.
---. Playing with the Bard: The Sportification of the Shakespearean World in 21st-century Film and Theatrical Adaptations and (Mal)Appropriations.
---. Unlawful Magicians, Foolish Exorcists, Kabbalistic Marranos and (Im)Potent Incubi/Succubi: The Demonolatry of Miguel de Cervantes’s Novelas ejemplares and Entremeses.
B) Editions and translations of manuscripts:

In progress:

Espina, Alfonso de. The Fortress of Faith [Fortalitium Fidei]. Ed. and trans. Jorge Abril Sánchez.


Fernández de Santaella y Córdoba, Rodrigo. Treatise of the Immortality of the Soul [Tratado de la inmortalidad del alma]. Ed. and trans. Jorge Abril Sánchez.
Scott, Walter. Cartas sobre la demonología y la brujería [Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft]. Ed. and trans. Alfredo Moro and Jorge Abril Sánchez.
2017:

Claramonte, Andrés de. El inobediente o la ciudad sin Dios. In Obras completas. Ed. Alfredo Rodríguez López-Vázquez. Reichenberger, 2017.


Suárez Solís, Rafael. Comedias de allí: Barrabás (Diez estampas románticas); Camino del cementerio; El loco del año; Las tocineras. Madrid: Verbum, 2017.
---. Un pueblo donde no pasaba nada; novela del tiempo quieto. Ed. Jorge Abril Sánchez. Gijón: Hoja de Lata, 2017.
C) Edited collections of articles:

In progress:

Abril Sánchez, Jorge, ed. Demonolatry, Demonology, Satanism and Witchcraft in the Times and Works of Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1617).


2017:

Abril Sánchez, Jorge, ed. Asturias y los asturianos en la temprana edad moderna: De Pedro Menéndez de Avilés a Francisco Bances Candamo.


---. Ideólogos, ilustrados, literatos y revolucionarios asturianos (siglos XIX-XXI): Ensayos selectos sobre política, sociedad y cultura en la Asturias de la edad moderna.
2016:

.García de la Rasilla, Carmen and Jorge Abril Sánchez, eds. A Novel Without Boundaries: Sensing Don Quixote 400 Years Later. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2016. ISBN: 978-1-58871-287-5.


D) Book chapters:

In progress:

Abril Sanchez, Jorge. "Black Magic, Necromancy and Sainthood in Lope de Vega’s Vida y muerte del Santo Negro llamado San Benedito de Palermo (1612): The ‘Magical Negro’ in Early Modern Spain.”


---. “Carnivalesque Games of Chivalry in Miguel de Cervantes’s Don Quijote de la Mancha: Alonso Quijano as rey de los porqueros in I.II and II.LXVIII.”
---. “De El lazarillo de Tormes al Guzmán de Alfarache de Mateo Alemán: La demonología asturiana en la novela picaresca del Siglo de Oro”.
---. “The Franciscans and the Devilish Indians of the New World: Palimpsestic Demonology in Fray Andrés de Olmos’s Tratado de hechicerías y sortilegios (1553).”
---. “La ficción de la historia de Pedro Menéndez de Avilés y la historicidad de su biografía novelada: Apuntes teóricos a la vida del adelantado y su conquista de la Florida.” Asturias y los asturianos en la temprana edad moderna: De Pedro Menéndez de Avilés a Francisco Bances Candamo. Ed. Jorge Abril Sánchez.
---. “Melitón Reventós en la corte cubana del rey azúcar: El retrato de la diáspora asturiana en Cecilia Valdés (1839-1882) de Cirilo Villaverde.” Ideólogos, ilustrados, literatos y revolucionarios asturianos (siglos XIX-XXI): Ensayos selectos sobre política, sociedad y cultura en la Asturias de la edad moderna. Ed. Jorge Abril Sánchez.
---. “Mothers and Women on Top: Female Ekphrastic Mythography in Manuel Iborra’s 2006 Feminist Movie Adaptation of Lope de Vega’s La dama boba (1613).”
---. "Ut Historia Theatrum: Chinese Historical Theater and A Theatrical History of China in Miguel de Luarca's Verdadera Relación de la grandeza del Reino de China (1575)."
2017:

---. "Don Quixote and Spanish Children Cartoons: Cervantes's Uses of Enchantment in the 2000s." Reimagining Don Quixote: Film, Mind, and Image in the Digital Age. Ed. Antonio Cortijo and Eloi Grasset. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2017.


---. "(Trans)National Cervantes: The Catalan (Pseudo)Biography of the Father of Don Quixote". Metacritical Cervantes: Early and Modern Contexts. Ed. Stephen W. Hessel. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2017.
2013:

---. “Ah Gan’s Don Quixote (魔俠傳之唐吉可德, 2010): Sun Tzu, Sun Bin, and the Warrior Spirit of the Chinese Knight of La Mancha.” Don Quixote: Interdisciplinary Connections. Ed. Matthew D. Warshawsky and James A. Parr. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2013. 107-135. ISBN: 978-1-58871-235-6.


2007:

---. “The Medieval Orders of Knights and their Historical Exemplary Nature of the Arthurian Myth.” Avalon Revisited: Re-Workings of the Arthurian Myth. Ed. María José Álvarez-Faedo. Bern: Peter Lang AG, 2007. 21-46. ISBN: 978-3-03911-231-9.


E) Articles in peer-reviewed journals:

In progress:

Abril Sanchez, Jorge. "Amnesia, Madness and Surrender: A Chinese Quixote Tilting at Windmills in Lu Xun's The True Story of Ah Q (1921-1922)."


---. "Charivari, Devilish Cats and Demonic Possessions: Stregheria in Carlos Fuentes's Aura (1962)."
---. “La ética estoica y senequiana del Scipión cervantino: De Ira y De Misericordia en La Numancia de Miguel de Cervantes.” Cervantes y la filosofía. Anuario de Estudios Cervantinos 14 (2018):
---. “Un Don Juan a la cubana: El Barrabás de Rafael Suárez Solís.” Theatralia [Los hombres olvidados... Figuras y personajes masculinos en el teatro] (July 2017):
---. “Ut Pictura Poesis: Emblemas, fábulas y retratos evemeristas en La xarretierra de Inglaterra de Francisco Bances Candamo.”
2003:

---. “Una familia de meretrices: Prostitutas públicas y privadas, cortesanas, rameras y putas viejas en La Celestina.” Celestinesca 27 (2003): 7-24. ISSN: 014-7-3085.


F) Presentations included in conference proceedings:

2011:

Abril Sánchez, Jorge. “Arte erótico en la novela histórica española y su adaptación cinematográfica: Ecfraseis transgresoras en Crónica del rey pasmado (1989) de Gonzalo Torrente Ballester y El rey pasmado (1991) de Imanol Uribe.” I Congreso Internacional: Historia, Literatura y Arte en el Cine en Español y Portugués. Ed. Emma Camarero Calandria et al. Salamanca: Centro de Estudios Brasileños de la Universidad de Salamanca, 2011. 1154-1171. ISBN: 978-84-615-1953-8.


2006:

---. “Educación bilingüe versus asimilación: las consecuencias de la iniciativa Unz en el Estado de Massachusetts.” La competencia pragmática y la enseñanza del español como lengua extranjera: Actas del XVI Congreso Internacional de ASELE (Asociación para la Enseñanza del Español como Lengua Extranjera). Ed. Alfredo Álvarez et al. Oviedo, Asturias (Spain): Universidad de Oviedo, 2006. 91-95. ISBN: 84-8317-557-6.


2001:

---. “To Print or Not to Print: That WAS the Question.” La innovación en las Humanidades: Actas del VIII Congreso Internacional sobre el Discurso Artístico. Ed. José Luis Caramés Lage et al. 2 vols. Oviedo: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Oviedo, 2001. I: 1-11. ISBN: 84-931971-3-0.


G) Book reviews:

2018:

Abril Sánchez, Jorge. “García Soormally, Mina. Magia, hechicería y brujería entre La Celestina y Cervantes. Sevilla: Renacimiento, 2011. 630 pp. ISBN: 978-84-8472-648-7.” La corónica: A Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures and Cultures.


---. “Devid Paolini, coord. ‘De ninguna cosa es alegre posesión sin compañía.’ Estudios celestinescos y medievales en honor del professor Joseph Thomas Snow. 2 vols. New York: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, 2010. 708 pp. ISBN: 978-1-56954-137-1.” La corónica: A Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures and Cultures.
2016:

Abril Sánchez, Jorge. “Vidler, Laura L. Performance Reconstruction and Spanish Golden Age Drama: Reviving and Revising the Comedia. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.” Renaissance Quarterly 69.2 (Summer 2016): 781-782. ISSN: 0034-4338.


2009:

Abril Sánchez, Jorge and Frederick A. De Armas. “Del Río Parra, Elena. Cartografías de la conciencia española en la Edad de Oro. México: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2008. 310 pp.” Lexis: Revista de Lingüística y Literatura XXXIII.II (2009): 367-377. ISSN: 025-4-9239.


2008:

Abril Sánchez, Jorge. “Britt-Arredondo, Christopher. Quixotism: The Imaginative Denial of Spain’s Loss of Empire. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2005. 266 p. ISBN: 0-7914-6255-2.” Hispanic Journal 29.2 (Fall 2008): 168-170. ISSN: 122-6-3397.

---. “Chapman, Robin. Sancho’s Golden Age: A Sequel to Don Quixote’s History. Warminster, Great Britain: Aris & Phillips, 2004. 159 p. ISBN: 0-85668-756-1.” Hispanic Journal 29.2 (Fall 2008): 174-176. ISSN: 122-6-3397.

---. Fernández Pérez, Juan Carlos. El estilo de Berceo y sus fuentes latinas: La Vida de Santo Domingo de Silos, los Milagros de Nuestra Señora y los Himnos. Análisis comparativo. Santiago de Compostela: Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, 2005. 290 pp.” Lexis: Revista de Lingüística y Literatura XXXII.I (2008): 161-166. ISSN: 025-4-9239.


---. “González Echevarría, Roberto. Love and the Law in Cervantes. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2005. 292 p. ISBN: 0-300-10992-X.” Hispanic Journal 29.2 (Fall 2008): 171-173. ISSN: 122-6-3397.

2006:

---. “Reyes Coll-Tellechea. Contra las normas: Las pícaras españolas (1605-1632) (Biblioteca Crítica de las Literaturas Luso-Hispánicas 12). 1ª edición. Madrid: Ediciones del Orto, 2005. 91 pp.” Lexis: Revista de Lingüística y Literatura XXX.1 (2006): 201-205. ISSN: 025-4-9239.


2005:

---. “Linda A. Curcio-Nagy. The Great Festivals of Colonial Mexico City: Performing Power and Identity. 1ª ed. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2004. 222 pp. ISBN: 0-8263-3167-X.” Lexis: Revista de Lingüística y Literatura XXIX.1 (2005): 143-147. ISSN: 025-4-9239.


H) Theater reviews:

2018:

Abril Sánchez, Jorge. “En un lugar del Quijote.” Comedia Performance.


---. “Otro gran teatro del mundo.” Comedia Performance.
2016:

---. “Assaf Benchetrit’s Production of the Ballet Don Quixote: A Commemoration of the 400th Anniversary of the Publication of the Second Part of the Cervantine Chivalric Novel.” Comedia Performance 13.1 (Spring 2016): 169-195. ISSN: 155-3-6505.


2012:

---. “El Quijote. Directed by Olga Sánchez. Original bilingual adaptation by Santiago García. Based on the novel by Miguel de Cervantes. Milagro Theater Group, Milagro Theater, Portland, Oregon. May 9, 2010 (Run: May 7, 2010 — May 29, 2010).” Comedia Performance 9.1 (Spring 2012): 228-234. ISSN: 155-3-6505.


2011:

---. “The Sins of Sor Juana. By Karen Zacarías. Directed by Henry Godinez. Loosely inspired by the life and works of the Mexican nun. Argentinean composer Gustavo Leone’s background music influenced by the Baroque Mass and Gregorian chants. Produced by the Theatre and Interpretation Center (TIC) at Northwestern University. January 30, 2009 – February 8, 2009. Josephine Louis Theater. Evanston, Illinois. February 8, 2009.” Comedia Performance 8.1 (Spring 2011): 234-240. ISSN: 155-3-6505.


2010:

---. “Don Quichotte contre l’Ange Bleu [Don Quixote against the Blue Angel]. By La Boîte aux Rêves. Directed by Jérôme Savary. Loosely inspired by Miguel de Cervantes’s novel. Translated and adapted into Spanish by Piti Español. Original music by Roland Romanelli and French flamenco gipsy singer Paco El Lobo. Cuarto Festival Internacional de las Artes de Castilla y León (FIACyL). May 30, 2008 – June 14, 2008. Centro de las Artes Escénicas y de la Música (CAEM). Salamanca, Castilla y León, Spain. June 11, 2008 (one-day performance at this venue at 8:00 pm). Duration: approximately 90 minutes.” Comedia Performance 7.1 (Spring 2010): 273-279. ISSN: 155-3-6505.


2009:

---. “Crónica de Fuenteovejuna. By Félix Lope de Vega Carpio. Dir. José Carlos Plaza and Carlos Martínez Abarca. Samarkanda Teatro, “Las Noches de Fonseca.” Colegio de Fonseca. Salamanca, Castilla y León, Spain. July 22, 2008 (one performance only at this venue).” Comedia Performance 6.1 (Spring 2009): 209-215. ISSN: 155-3-6505.



2008:

---. “Life’s a Dream [La vida es sueño]. By Pedro Calderón de la Barca. Adapted by Adrian Mitchell and John Barton, with original music by Mark Elliot. Directed by Barry Brunetti, The Theater School at DePaul University. DePaul University’s Merle Reskin Theater, Chicago, Illinois. 16 February 2007. (Play’s run: February 9th, 2007-February18th, 2007).” Comedia Performance 5.1 (Spring 2008): 217-222. ISSN: 155-3-6505.


2007:

---. “El Burlador de Sevilla. By Tirso de Molina. Dir. Pep Sanchís Ventos, Aula de Teatro de la Universidad de Valencia. VII Xornaes de teatru na cai [Seventh Festival of Street Theater] July 12– July 16 2006. Plaza de España, Avilés (Asturias), Spain. July 16, 2006 (Play’s run: July 5– July 24, 2006; on tour, one-day performance in Avilés at 8:00 pm).” Comedia Performance 4.1 (Spring 2007): 266-272. ISSN: 155-3-6505.


I) Encyclopedia entries:

2017:

Abril Sánchez, Jorge. “Adam.” Islam: A Worldwide Encyclopedia. Ed. Cenap Çakmak. 4 vols. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2017. ISBN: 978-1-61069-216-8.

---. “Cain and Abel.” Islam: A Worldwide Encyclopedia. Ed. Cenap Çakmak. 4 vols. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2017. ISBN: 978-1-61069-216-8.
---. “David.” Islam: A Worldwide Encyclopedia. Ed. Cenap Çakmak. 4 vols. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2017. ISBN: 978-1-61069-216-8.
---. “Eve.” Islam: A Worldwide Encyclopedia. Ed. Cenap Çakmak. 4 vols. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2017. ISBN: 978-1-61069-216-8.
---. “Las brujas de Zugarramurdi.” Encyclopedia of Contemporary Spanish Film. Ed. Salvador Murguía and Álex Pinar. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2017.
---. “Lope.” Encyclopedia of Contemporary Spanish Film. Ed. Salvador Murguía and Álex Pinar. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2017.
---. “Pacto de brujas.” Encyclopedia of Contemporary Spanish Film. Ed. Salvador Murguía and Álex Pinar. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2017.
---. “Romasanta: La caza de la bestia.” Encyclopedia of Contemporary Spanish Film. Ed. Salvador Murguía and Álex Pinar. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2017.
2011:

---. “Alexander Brome’s The Cunning Lovers (1638).” Compendium of Renaissance Drama (CORD). Ed. Brian Jay Corrigan. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library, 2011. Online resource.


---. “Anthony Brewer’s The Countrie Girle (1632).” Compendium of Renaissance Drama (CORD). Ed. Brian Jay Corrigan. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library, 2011. Online resource.
---. “El desdén con el desdén.” Diccionario de personajes de Moreto. Ed. Javier Huerta Calvo, Francisco Sáez Raposo and Julio Vélez-Sáinz. Madrid: Fundación Universitaria Española, 2011. ISBN: 978-84-7392-779-6.
---. “El mejor amigo, el rey.” Diccionario de personajes de Moreto. Ed. Javier Huerta Calvo, Francisco Sáez Raposo and Julio Vélez-Sáinz. Madrid: Fundación Universitaria Española, 2011. ISBN: 978-84-7392-779-6.
---. “George Chapman’s Sir Gyles Goosecappe, Knight (1602).” Compendium of Renaissance Drama (CORD). Ed. Brian Jay Corrigan. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library, 2011. Online resource.
---. “Henry Burnell’s Landgartha (1640).” Compendium of Renaissance Drama (CORD). Ed. Brian Jay Corrigan. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library, 2011. Online resource.
---. “Lodowick Carliell’s The Passionate Lover, Part One and Part Two (1638).” Compendium of Renaissance Drama (CORD). Ed. Brian Jay Corrigan. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library, 2011. Online resource.
---. “Richard Brome’s A Mad Couple Well Matched (1639).” Compendium of Renaissance Drama (CORD). Ed. Brian Jay Corrigan. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library, 2011. Online resource.
---. “Richard Brome’s The Damoiselle or The New Ordinary (1637).” Compendium of Renaissance Drama (CORD). Ed. Brian Jay Corrigan. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library, 2011. Online resource.
---. “Robert Armin’s The History of the Two Maids of More-Clacke (1608).” Compendium of Renaissance Drama (CORD). Ed. Brian Jay Corrigan. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library, 2011. Online resource.
---. “Robert Chamberlaine’s The Swaggering Damsell (1640).” Compendium of Renaissance Drama (CORD). Ed. Brian Jay Corrigan. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library, 2011. Online resource.
---. “Robert Davenport’s The City Night Cap or Crede Quod Habes et Habes (1624).” Compendium of Renaissance Drama (CORD). Ed. Brian Jay Corrigan. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library, 2011. Online resource.
2010:

---. “Burgos.” Encyclopedia of Medieval Pilgrimage. Ed. Larissa J. Taylor et al. 1 vol. PA Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010. 64. ISBN: 978-90-04-18129-8.


---. “Cofer, Judith Ortiz.” Latino History and Culture: An Encyclopedia. Ed. David J. Leonard and Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo. 2 vols. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2010. I: 125-127. ISBN: 978-0-7656-8083-9.
---. “Compostela, Routes to.” Encyclopedia of Medieval Pilgrimage. Ed. Larissa J. Taylor et al. 1 vol. PA Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010. 117-118. ISBN: 978-90-04-18129-8.
---. “Estefan, Gloria.” Latino History and Culture: An Encyclopedia. Ed. David J. Leonard and Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo. 2 vols. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2010. I: 173-175. ISBN: 978-0-7656-8083-9.
---. “León.” Encyclopedia of Medieval Pilgrimage. Ed. Larissa J. Taylor et al. 1 vol. PA Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010. 332-333. ISBN: 978-90-04-18129-8.
---. “Murrieta, Joaquín.” Latino History and Culture: An Encyclopedia. Ed. David J. Leonard and Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo. 2 vols. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2010. II: 367-368. ISBN: 978-0-7656-8083-9.
---. “Novello, Antonia.” Latino History and Culture: An Encyclopedia. Ed. David J. Leonard and Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo. 2 vols. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2010. II: 402-403. ISBN: 978-0-7656-8083-9.
---. “Padilla, José.” Latino History and Culture: An Encyclopedia. Ed. David J. Leonard and Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo. 2 vols. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2010. II: 414-415. ISBN: 978-0-7656-8083-9.
---. “Rodriguez, Alex.” Latino History and Culture: An Encyclopedia. Ed. David J. Leonard and Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo. 2 vols. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2010. II: 480-482. ISBN: 978-0-7656-8083-9.
---. “Rodriguez, Richard.” Latino History and Culture: An Encyclopedia. Ed. David J. Leonard and Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo. 2 vols. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2010. II: 483-485. ISBN: 978-0-7656-8083-9.


---. “Selena.” Latino History and Culture: An Encyclopedia. Ed. David J. Leonard and Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo. 2 vols. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2010. II: 495-497. ISBN: 978-0-7656-8083-9.


---. “Spanish Sites.” Encyclopedia of Medieval Pilgrimage. Ed. Larissa J. Taylor et al. 1 vol. PA Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010. 692-693. ISBN: 978-90-04-18129-8.
---. “Valdez, Luis.” Latino History and Culture: An Encyclopedia. Ed. David J. Leonard and Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo. 2 vols. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2010. II: 555-556. ISBN: 978-0-7656-8083-9.

---. “Zaragoza.” Encyclopedia of Medieval Pilgrimage. Ed. Larissa J. Taylor et al. 1 vol. PA Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010. 832-833. ISBN: 978-90-04-18129-8.


2009:

---. “Clare Coss.” LGBTQ America Today. An Encyclopedia. Ed. John C. Hawley. 3 vols. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2009. I: 268-269. ISBN: 978-0-313-33991-2.


---. “Fred Hersch.” LGBTQ America Today. An Encyclopedia. Ed. John C. Hawley. 3 vols. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2009. II: 535-536. ISBN: 978-0-313-33992-9.
---. “Marshall ‘Marsh’ Cassady.” LGBTQ America Today. An Encyclopedia. Ed. John C. Hawley. 3 vols. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2009. I: 192. ISBN: 978-0-313-33991-2.
2007:

---. “Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).” The Business of Food: Encyclopedia of the Food and Drink Industries. Ed. Gary Allen and Ken Albala. 1 vol. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2007. 141-144. ISBN: 978-0-313-33725-3.


2006:

---. “Menéndez de Avilés, Pedro.” Volume V: Juncos, Manuel Fernández - Montez, María. Hispanic American Biographies. Ed. Chris King. 8 vols. Danbury, CT: Grolier Academic Reference, 2006. V: 107-108. ISBN: 071-7-261298.


---. “Ruiz de Burton, María Amparo.” Volume VII: Ponce de León, Juan - Seguín, Juan N. Hispanic American Biographies. Ed. Chris King. 8 vols. Danbury, CT: Grolier Academic Reference, 2006. VII: 94. ISBN: 071-7-26131.
---. “Thomas, Piri.” Volume VIII: Selena - Zúñiga, Martha. Hispanic American Biographies. Ed. Chris King. 8 vols. Danbury, CT: Grolier Academic Reference, 2006. VIII: 53-54. ISBN: 071-7-261328.
2005:

---. “Goizueta, Roberto C.” Volume II: Cuban Revolution-Literature, Gay and Lesbian. Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, and Society in the United States. Ed. Ilan Stavans and Harold Augenbraum. 4 vols. Danbury, CT: Grolier Academic Reference, 2005. II: 257-258. ISBN: 0-7172-5817-3.


---. “Ochoa, Ellen.” Volume III: Literature, Latin American-Race. Encyclopedia Latina: History, Culture, and Society in the United States. Ed. Ilan Stavans and Harold Augenbraum. 4 vols. Danbury, CT: Grolier Academic Reference, 2005. III: 273-274. ISBN: 0-7172-5818-1.
INVITED SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS:

“Palimpsestic Physiognomy and Self-fashioned Knight Errantry: Tracking Down Demonic Chevaliers and Huestes Antiguas in Don Quijote de la Mancha.” Department of Hispanic Studies. Wheaton College, Norton, MA. November 6th, 2014.


“From Moses to Herodias: Biblical Magic and Jewish Sorcery in Miguel de Cervantes”s El retablo de las maravillas (1615).” Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. Loyola University, Chicago, IL. April 23rd, 2014.
“Ah Gan’s Don Quixote (魔俠傳之唐吉可德, 2010): Sun Tzu, Sun Bin and the Warrior Spirit of the Chinese Knight of La Mancha.” In “Don Quixote: A Multidisciplinary Study of a Modern Hero.” University of Portland, Portland, OR. March 3rd, 2012.
“Spain’s First Renaissance Demonologist: Rodrigo Fernández de Santaella, and his Tratado de la inmortalidad del alma (1503).” Department of Romance Languages. The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. February 17th, 2012.
“Lessons from the Job Market.” The Center for Teaching and Learning’s Annual Forum for the University of Chicago graduate students entering and exiting the job market. The Center for Teaching and Learning. The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. May 29th, 2009.
“International Students Across Divisions: ‘Teaching in the American Classroom.’” In “Workshop on Teaching in the College.” September 23rd – September 24th, 2008. The Center for Teaching and Learning. The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. September 23rd, 2008.
“Los estudios artúricos y de caballerías en los Estados Unidos,” a presentation belonging to a round table entitled “Los estudios artúricos y de caballerías en España y en el mundo anglosajón.” In “Caballeros, dragones, magos y hechiceras: Re-escrituras literarias y cinematográficas de las leyendas artúricas.” July 9th – July 13th, 2007. Director Professor María José Álvarez Faedo. Universidad de Oviedo. Avilés, Asturias (Spain). July 13th, 2007.
“Las órdenes de caballeros medievales y su ejemplaridad histórica del mito artúrico.” In “Caballeros, dragones, magos y hechiceras: Re-escrituras literarias y cinematográficas de las leyendas artúricas.” July 9th – July 13th, 2007. Director Professor María José Álvarez Faedo. Universidad de Oviedo. Avilés, Asturias (Spain). July 9th, 2007.
SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS IN CONFERENCES:

“What if Calderón’s Astraea Does Not Return? Urania in Aphra Behn’s The Young King, or The Mistake (1683).” The Western Mediterranean Culture Workshop. University of Chicago. Chicago, IL. May 2017.


“Apparitions, Ghosts and Phantasms: The Physiology of Lovesickness, Melancholy and Oneirism in El burlador de Sevilla.” International Symposium: “Immature Playboys and Predatory Tricksters: The Archetype of Don Juan in Luso-Hispanic/Latino Letters and Beyond.” University of New Hampshire. Durham, NH. March 31st, 2017.
“Demonic Necrophilia and Necromancy in the Hispaniola: The World of the Dead in Fray Ramón Pané’s Relación acerca de las antigüedades de los indios (1493-1496).” NECLAS (New England Council of Latin American Studies) Annual Meeting. Trinity College and University of Connecticut. Storrs, CT. November 12th, 2016.
“The Franciscans and the Devilish Indians of the New World: Palimpsestic Demonology in Fray Andrés de Olmos’s Tratado de hechicerías y sortilegios (1553).” International Congress: “Bartolomé de las Casas, O.P.: History, Philosophy, and Theology in the Age of European Expansion.” Providence College. Providence, RI. October 7th-8th, 2016.
“Pedro Menéndez de Avilés and the Self-Fashioning of A Renaissance Identity: The Admiral’s Persona (De)Constructed.” The Sixty-Second Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Boston, MA. March 31st-April 2nd, 2016.
“The Wretched Other in Inquisitorial Spain: Talking Dogs and Imaginary Witches in El coloquio de los perros (1613).” Spanish and Portuguese Talk Series at the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures. The University of New Hampshire. Durham, NH. March 9th, 2016.
“La demonolatría de la barbarie: Torres encantadas, cacerías salvajes e ilusiones fantasmagóricas en La vida es sueño (1635) de Pedro Calderón de la Barca.” El teatro clásico en su(s) cultura(s): De los Siglos de Oro al siglo XXI. XVII congreso de AITENSO. Queens College. New York, NY. October 20th-23rd, 2015.
“Carnivalesque Games of Chivalry in Miguel de Cervantes’s Don Quijote de la Mancha: Alonso Quijano as rey de los porqueros in I.II and II.6LXVIII.” International Symposium: “Identifying Don Quixote Through the Senses: A Commemoratory Conference at the University of New Hampshire.” University of New Hampshire. Durham, NH. April 23rd, 2015.
“Conjuring the Spirits of Stoic Seneca and Roman Hispania: Imperial Divination, Auspicial Sacrifice and Demonic Necromancy in La Numancia (1583).” In a panel entitled “Cervantes, the Playwright.” MLA Annual Convention. Vancouver, Canada. January 8th-11th, 2015.
“Shakespeare's Sports Canon: Chris Coculuzzi and the Modern (Mal)Appropriation of the Bard as a Game." In a panel entitled “Playing with the Bard: Sports in Shakespeare, and His Canon as a Game.” MLA Annual Convention. Vancouver, Canada. January 8th-11th, 2015.
“‘Ad militarem honorem nullus accedat qui non sit de genere militum’: El debate sobre la absorción de las órdenes de caballeros medievales en recreaciones quijotescas por parte del cómic manga anime japonés.” International Congress: “Recreaciones quijotescas y cervantinas en las artes. Cervantes y su obra.” GRISO, Universidad de Navarra and CLESO. Universidad de Navarra. Pamplona, Spain. December 11th-12th, 2014.
“Lycanthropy or Demonic Imagination? A Theological and Demonological Debate in Miguel de Cervantes’s Los trabajos de Persiles y Segismunda (1617).” National Cervantes Symposium. University of Illinois, Chicago, IL. April 24th-26th, 2014.
“Incubi and Succubi Trasegados: Demoniality in Miguel de Cervantes’s El viejo celoso (1615).” In a panel entitled “Domesticity and the Comedy.” MLA Annual Convention. Chicago, IL. January 9th-12th, 2014.
“A Hammer of Divinators: Fray Lope de Barrientos in Fifteenth-Century Inquisitorial Castile.” 48th International Congress on Medieval Studies. Kalamazoo, MI. May 9th-12th, 2013.
“Slaves of Satan, Servants of Christ: Emancipatory Discourse and Liberation Theology in José Rizal’s Poetry.” Hispanic Transatlantic Studies: A State of the Art, An Interdisciplinary Symposium. Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC. April 19th-21st, 2012.
“Constructing Portraits of Witches: The Pictorial Description of the Hag in Fray Martín de Castañega’s Tratado de las supersticiones y hechicerías (Logroño, 1529).” The Fifty-eighth Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C. March 22nd-24th, 2012.
“Cosmos Reigns over Chaos: A Comparative Study of the Re-establishment of Royal Power in Pedro Calderón de la Barca’s La vida es sueño and Aphra Behn’s The Young King.” 37th Southern Comparative Literature Association Conference: “Meeting at the Crossroads: Mapping Worlds and World Literatures.” Johnson C. Smith University. Charlotte, NC. September 29th-October 1st, 2011.
“Arte erótico en la novela histórica española y su adaptación cinematográfica: Ecfraseis transgresoras en Crónica del rey pasmado (1989) de Gonzalo Torrente Ballester y El rey pasmado (1991) de Imanol Uribe.” I Congreso Internacional: Historia, Literatura y Arte en el Cine en Español y Portugués. Universidad de Salamanca. Salamanca, Castilla y León (Spain). June 28th-30th, 2011.
“A Spanish Hammer of Witches: The Treatise of Superstitions and Sorceries (Logroño, 1529) by Fray Martín de Castañega.” 2011 Renaissance Studies Graduate Student Conference: “Science and Magic: Ways of Knowing in the Early Modern World.” Princeton University. Princeton, NJ. April 29th-30th, 2011.
“Ekphrasis in Philip IV of Spain’s Bed: Sexual Desire and Iconic Portraits of the Queen in Gonzalo Torrente Ballester’s Crónica del rey pasmado (1989).” The Fifty-seventh Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Montreal, Canada. March 24th-26th, 2011.
“Idolatry and Superstition in the First Treatises of Demonology in 16th-Century Spain.” Dominant Discourses, Guarded Voices: Religion and Society in Spain and its Empire 14th-16th Centuries. Wake Forest University. Winston-Salem, NC. October 21st-22nd, 2010.
“Melitón Reventós en la corte cubana del rey azúcar: El retrato de la diáspora asturiana en Cecilia Valdés (1839-1882) de Cirilo Villaverde.” First Monographic Conference of the Spanish Graduate Students Committee: “Asturias y los asturianos en la historia: Pasado, presente y futuro.” University of Chicago. Chicago, IL. October 18th, 2009.
“La autoconsciente creación de la identidad renacentista en la conquista de la Florida por Pedro Menéndez de Avilés.” First Monographic Conference of the Spanish Graduate Students Committee: “Asturias y los asturianos en la historia: Pasado, presente y futuro.” University of Chicago. Chicago, IL. October 18th, 2009.
“Embodying Political Monstrosities: The Curious Case of the Asturian Court Painter Juan Carreño de Miranda (1614-1685).” Third Graduate Student Conference of the Spanish Graduate Students Committee: “Reflections in the Margins: Representations of the Marginalized in Iberian and Latin American Literatures.” University of Chicago. Chicago, IL. October 16th–17th, 2009.
“El escudero Sancho Panza y las órdenes de caballeros medievales.” Ninth Annual Cervantes Symposium. The Newberry Library. Chicago, IL. April 24th, 2009.
“Don Quixote as a Hueste Antigua: A Pastoral Wild Hunt Leading to the Underworld.” The Western Mediterranean Culture Workshop. University of Chicago. Chicago, IL. February 20th, 2009.
“En torno al maquiavelismo político del Duque de Ferrara en El castigo sin venganza de Lope de Vega.” Congreso Internacional: “Teatro clásico español: Hacia la tragedia.” University of Chicago and Instituto Cervantes at Chicago. Chicago, IL. November 8th-10th, 2007.
“Reescribiendo Don Quijote: Reescrituras modernas de la obra maestra cervantina con ocasión de su cuarto centenario.” First International Graduate Student Conference: “(De/Re)Constructed Identities in Iberian and Luso-Hispanic Literatures.” University of Chicago. Chicago, IL. October 5th-6th, 2007.
“The Survival of the Estantigua (or Mesnie Hellequin) in Renaissance Literature: A Study of the Pagan Procession of the Dead in Gonzalo de Berceo, Fernando de Rojas and Miguel de Cervantes.” The Western Mediterranean Culture Workshop. University of Chicago. Chicago, IL. May 25th, 2007.
“La figura mitológica asturiana del trasgo en el Entremés del viejo celoso de Miguel de Cervantes.” 2006 Joint AHCT/AEEA Symposium. Georgetown University Conference Center. Washington, DC. October 5th-7th, 2006.
“Educación bilingüe versus asimilación: Las consecuencias de la Iniciativa Unz en el Estado de Massachusetts.” XVI Congreso Internacional de ASELE (Asociación para la Enseñanza del Español como Lengua Extranjera): “La competencia pragmática y la enseñanza del español como lengua extranjera.” Universidad de Oviedo. Oviedo, Asturias (Spain). September 22nd-25th, 2005.
“Don Quijote y cierra España: El papel de las órdenes militares de caballeros en la creación de la obra cervantina.” First Graduate Student Conference: “Repercusiones e Impactos Quijotescos: La publicación del Quijote I.” University of Chicago. Chicago, IL. April 22nd, 2005.
“A Cinematic Approach to Shakespearean Use of Mythology in Macbeth: Polanski’s Adaptation (1971).” English Department Graduate Student Interdisciplinary Conference: “Solicited Speech: Sharing Our Work in the Disciplines.” University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Amherst, MA. May 15th, 2003.
“Una familia de meretrices: Prostitutas públicas y privadas, cortesanas, rameras y putas viejas en La Celestina.” Twelfth Annual Conference on Spanish and Portuguese Literatures: “Ante la ley.” New York University and Columbia University. King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, New York University. New York, NY. April 11th-12th, 2003.
“Sumisión y rebeldía: relaciones femeninas de poder en la sociedad novohispana colonial.” Eleventh Annual International Conference on Romance Studies: “The Self in Search of a Voice and the (Un)Masking of the Speaking Subject.” Boston College. Boston, MA. March 28th-29th, 2003.
“El honor, la honra y el poder de la palabra en El laberinto de Creta de Lope de Vega.” Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures. University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, NC. March 20th-22nd, 2003.
“Narciso y su ética de amor: Educando al prójimo en Sor Juana y Calderón de la Barca.” Association for Hispanic Classical Theater (AHCT) Spanish Golden Age Theater Symposium. El Paso, Texas. March 6th-8th, 2003.
“The Political Paintings of Philip II of Spain: A King, a Soldier, and a God.” Third Annual Mark Roskill Memorial Symposium in the History of Art. University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Amherst, MA. February 22nd, 2003.
“Samuel Selvon’s The Lonely Londoners: Hybridity and Exile in Great Britain.” Bridging Disciplinary Differences: Graduate Student Conference. University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Amherst, MA. May 17th, 2002.
“Claudia, the Witch: An Example of Hybridism in the Colonial Town of Potosí.” “Hybridity and Heresy:” Sixth Annual Graduate Symposium in Romance Studies. University of Minnesota. Minneapolis, MN. March 30th, 2002.
“To Print or Not to Print: That WAS the Question.” VIII Congreso Internacional sobre el Discurso Artístico: “La innovación en las Humanidades.” Universidad de Oviedo. Oviedo, Asturias (Spain). March 15th-17th, 2001.
ORGANIZER OF PANELS AT ACADEMIC MEETINGS:

Organizer of the panel “Portraying the Conquest of La Florida by Pedro Menéndez de Avilés 450 Years Later: The Self-Fashioned Images of the French, the Spaniards and the Native Americans.” RSA Annual Convention. Boston, MA. March 31st-April 2nd, 2016.


Organizer of the panel “Playing with the Bard: Sports in Shakespeare, and His Canon as a Game.” MLA Annual Convention. Vancouver, Canada. January 8th-11th, 2015. The panel was selected among those representing this year’s presidential theme, Negotiating Sites of Memory.
Organizer of the panel “Sorcery, Witchcraft, and Magic in Medieval Spain: From Martin de Braga to Enrique de Villena.” 48th International Congress on Medieval Studies. Kalamazoo, MI. May 9th-12th, 2013.
Organizer of the panel “Iberian Demonology: Portraying the Devil in Spain in the Early Modern Period.” The Fifty-eighth Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C. March 22nd-24th, 2012.
Co-organizer of the panel “Chaotic Dimensions: An Exploration of Alternate Realms across Temporal and Spatial Borders.” 37th Southern Comparative Literature Association Conference: “Meeting at the Crossroads: Mapping Worlds and World Literatures.” Johnson C. Smith University. Charlotte, NC. September 29th-October 1st, 2011.
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