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Matilde Mateo

Curriculum Vitae

Last update: September 11, 2012



EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. in Art History, University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain), 1994.

  • M.Phil. University of Santiago, 1986M.A. in Art History and Theory. University of Essex (UK), 1994.

  • Licenciatura (B.A. or equivalent to a five-year course of undergraduate studies) majoring in History of Ancient and Medieval Art and Architecture( 1983), and with further specializations in the History of Modern and Contemporary Art and Architecture (1983) and in Museology (1987).



ACADEMIC HONORS

  • Premio Extraordinario de Doctorado, 1995, University of Santiago.

  • M.A. with Distinction, 1995, University of Essex.

  • Summa Cum Laude in M.Phil. Dissertation



PUBLICATIONS
BOOKS


  • El Pórtico de la Gloria en la Inglaterra Victoriana. La invención de una obra maestra, Ministry of Culture-National Museum of Pilgrimages, Santiago de Compostela, 1991.

  • The Gothic Spell (forthcoming), Trea, Spain



ARTICLES


  • “La frontera del gótico: James Fergusson y la marginación del gótico español”, forthcoming in Gotico y Frontera, ed. by Rocio Sanchez Ameijeiras




  • “The Gothic-Moorish Cathedral: Invention, Reality or Weapon?”, forthcoming in The Idea of the Gothic Cathedral, Brepols.




  • “The Making of the Sarracenic Style: the Crusades and Medieval Architecture in the British Imagination of the 18th and 19th centuries”, in The Crusades: Other Experiences, Alternate Perspectives, Binghamton: Global Academic Publishing- Center for Medieval and Early Renaissance at SUNY- Binghamton, 2003, pp.115-140.




  • “En busca del origen del Gótico: El viaje de Thomas Pitt por España en 1760", Goya. Revista de Arte, Madrid, Fundación Lázaro Galdiano, num. 292, January-February 2003, 9-22.




  • "Sobre miradas y destrucciones: los británicos y la arquitectura medieval española”, Academia. Boletín de la Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, n.90, (1st semester,2000), Madrid, Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, 9-25.




    • Reprint in J. L. Gutiérrez Robledo (ed.), Los dibujos de arquitectura medieval española de G. E. Street, in Papeles de Arquitectura Española, 9 (Avila: Fundación Cultural Santa Teresa- Diputación de Àvila, 2006), 21-33




  • “Medievalism and Social Reform at the Academy of San Fernando in Spain (1760-1808), Studies in Medievalism, IX, (“Academy and Medievalism”), Cambridge, UK-Rochester, NY, Brewer, 1997, 123-147.




  • “The High-Victorian Canon for Medieval Sculpture and the Portico de la Gloria as its Representative Masterpiece, L'Art et les Revolutions, Strasbourg, Societé Alsacienne pour le Dévelopment de l'Histoire de l'Art, 1992, v.6, 127-148.




  • “El redescubrimiento de el Pórtico de la Gloria en la España del siglo XIX", The Portico de la Gloria and the Art of its Epoch, Santiago de Compostela, Xunta de Galicia, 1991, 457-478.




  • “La fortuna crítica del Pórtico de la Gloria en la Inglaterra Victoriana: de la guía de viajes al 'museo imaginario'", El Arte y los caminos, University of Santiago, 1989, I, 163-175.




  • “El redescubrimiento de Richard Ford" ,Diario de Galicia, 1st April 1988, special magazine to conmemorate the 8th centenary of the Portico de la Gloria.




  • “La consagración del Pórtico de la Gloria como obra maestra: su divulgación en la Inglaterra del siglo XIX", Abrente (1984-85-86), 172-186.


REVIEWS


  • “Spanish Medieval Art:  Recent Studies.  Edited by Colum Hourihane”, Bulletin of Spanish Studies: Hispanic Studies and Researches on Spain, Portugal and Latin America, University of Glasgow ,Vol LXXXVII, No 3 (May 2010) , pp. 395-396




  • “Monteira Arias, Inés, La influencia islámica en la escultura románica de Soria. Una nueva vía para el estudio de la iconografía en el románico. Cuadernos de Arte e Iconografía, tomo XIV, núm. 27. Madrid: Fundación Universitaria Española. Seminario de Arte e Iconografía “Marqués de Lozoya”, Primer Semestre 2005”, in the Newsletter. American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain , Spring 2010


PUBLIC LECTURES AND CONFERENCE PAPERS


  • “The Form of Race: Architecture and ‘Casta´ in Modern Spain”, to be presented at the upcoming CAA Conference 2013, Session: , "'Race' in Iberia and the Ibero-American World,", New York, February 14, 2013.




  • “Re-Inventing the Gothic Grove: Recent Metamorphoses in Landscape Art, Sci-Fiction and Animated Film”, CAA Conference 2011, Session: Representing Gothic, sponsored by S. Murray and A.J.Tallon. Conference paper




  • “Wicked Gothic”, in Passions and Transgressions, Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Syracuse University: A Colloquium for the University Community, Syracuse University, April 2010.



  • “Constructing a Germanic Spanish Identity: The Restitution of the Treasure of Guarrazar”, CAA Conference, 2008, Session: Looted Art, sponsored by the CAA International Committee, chaired by Christiane Andersson (Bucknell University).




  • “Pride and Prejudice: Nationalistic Views of the Mudéjar”, Rice University, February 2008 (per invitation)




  • “The Frontier of the Gothic: James Fergusson and the Marginalization of Spanish Gothic”, Department of Fine Arts Colloquium, Syracuse University, October 2007, (talk )




  • “Raza: The Spanish Civil War Imagined from Within”, symposium paper on the Spanish Civil War, Syracuse University, October 2006




  • “National Character and the Mudéjar Style”, conference paper, International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds (UK), 10-13 July, 2006. Session sponsored by the ICMA.

    • Reworked and larger version of the paper read before the Medieval and Renaissance Studies workshop, Syracuse University, December 2006




  • “The Moorish-Gothic Cathedral: Invention, Reality or Weapon?”, conference long paper, The Idea of the Gothic Cathedral from the Post-Medieval to the Post-Modern, University of Copenhagen (Denmark), 17-19 June, 2005. (Per invitation)




  • “Style, Artistic Genius and National Identity: James Fergusson”, conference paper, International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds (UK), 12-15-July 2004 (per invitation)




  • “Spanish Medieval Art: a Tale of Neglect”, conference paper, Unparalleled Works: Spanish Art and the Problems of Understanding, New York (US), New York University, April 21-22, 2001.




  • “Christian versus Muslim in the 19th Century View of Medieval Spain: La España Artística y Monumental (1842-1850) and its Apology of the Christian Cultural Heritage “, conference paper, 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo (US), 3-6 May 2001.




  • “G.E.Street’s Some Account of Gothic Architecture in Spain: a Victorian Definition of the History of Spanish Medieval Art”, conference paper, CAA Conference, Chicago (US), 2001.




  • “The Retablo from Ciudad Rodrigo”, public lecture, Museum of Art of the University of Arizona (US), April 2000 (per invitation)




  • “Re-Inventing the Gothic: Spanish Medieval Art, the Saracen Style, and European Imagination”, public lecture, University of Arizona (US), March 2000 (per invitation)




  • “The Making of the Saracenic Style: the Crusades and Medieval Architecture in the British Imagination of the 18th and 19th centuries”, conference paper, 32nd CEMERS Annual Conference, “The Crusades: Other Experiences, Alternate Perspectives”, Binghamton, NY (US), October 15-16, 1999.




  • "En busca del Hombre Ideal: el Doríforo y la tradición clásica escultórica”, public lecture, Universidad Nacional Española a Distancia, Orense (Spain), March 1996 (per invitation)




  • "La destrucción del patrimonio arquitectónico medieval hispánico a través de ojos británicos", conference paper, Medievalismo y Neomedievalismo en la Arquitectura Española: el Siglo XIX, Avila (Spain), Universidad Complutense de Madrid- Fundación Cultural Santa Teresa, 1994.




  • “El redescubrimiento de el Pórtico de la Gloria en la España del siglo XIX", conference paper,International Symposium "The Portico de la Gloria and the Art of its epoch", Santiago,3rd-8th October 1988, Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Xunta de Galicia, 1991, 457-478. Per invitation.




  • "French foreruners of Wren's Saracenic theory of the Gothic", conference paper, Eighth International Conference on Medievalism, University of Leeds (UK) September 1993.




  • "The Gothic cathedral through an Arab prism", public lecture, Indiana University, Bloomington (US), January 1993.




  • “The High-Victorian Canon for Medieval Sculpture and the Portico de la Gloria as its Representative Masterpiece", conference paper, XXVIIe Congres International "L'Art et les Revolutions, Strasbourg (France), 1-7 Sept.1989.




  • “La Guía de Viajes, la literatura artística y el museo como fuentes para una Historia del Gusto": el Pórtico de la Gloria en la Inglaterra Victoriana", public lecture, course on Fuentes y documentos para el estudio del arte gallego moderno y contemporáneo, Santiago de Compostela (Spain), March-April, 1987, Department of art History, Institute "Padre Sarmiento de Estudios Gallegos" of the C.S.I.C. (per invitation)



  • “La fortuna crítica del Pórtico de la Gloria en la Inglaterra Victoriana: de la guía de viajes al 'museo imaginario'", 6th National Conference of History of Art "El Arte y los caminos, Santiago (Spain), 16-20 June,1986.



FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
MAIN

  • F.P.I. Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Ministerio de Educación y Cultura, Spain, to the University of Chicago, 1997-99 (two years) Equivalent to a post-doctoral Fullbright or NEH.

  • Fellowship by “La Caixa-The British Council”, to the University of Essex, 1993-94 (one year), to carry out an M.A.degree.

  • Pre-doctoral research fellowship by the Xunta de Galicia (Autonomous Goverment of Galicia, Spain) to London, 1988-89 (two years). Similar to pre-doc Fullbright fellowships.

  • Research grants by the University of Vigo, to London, summers of 1991, 1992, and 1995.

  • Research grants by the Xunta de Galicia to IndianaUniversity, Bloomington, January 1993, and toYale University, September 1993 (Visiting Fellow).


OTHER

  • Pre-doctoral research scholarship the Diputación Provincial de Pontevedra (County Goverment), 1991-1992 (two years).

  • Research grant by the The British Council, to London, June-September 1990.

  • Study scholarship, Fundación “Pedro Barrié de la Maza, Conde de Fenosa”, undergraduate studies, University of Santiago, 1977-82.

  • Grants by the University of Santiago to attend the following summer courses: "The Roots of Galicia" and "Museology". 1987.

  • Grant by the Fundación “Alfredo Brañas” to attend the summer course on "The way of Saint James", at the International University of the Atlantic, 1987.



EMPLOYMENT

  • Assistant Professor, Syracuse University, since Fall 2002.

  • Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Arizona, 1999-2000.

  • Associate Professor, tenure track, University of Vigo (Ourense Campus), 1994-98

  • Assistant Professor, tenure track, University of Vigo (Ourense Campus), 1991-94

  • Lecturer in Art History, School-Workshop of Restoration at the Convento de Sto. Domingo de Bonaval (Santiago), April-May 1986



COURSES TAUGHT
Undergraduate

  • Survey of World Art, Prehistory to the Gothic

  • History of Ancient Art

  • Greek Art

  • Art and Ideology in Medieval Spain

  • Introduction to Medieval Art

  • The Gothic Spell

  • Romanesque Art

  • Goya

  • History of Art in Galicia


Graduate

  • Medieval Art, Nationalism And Romantic Sensibility: The Construction Of “The Medieval” In Modern Thought

  • Art and Political Propaganda: The Legitimization Of Imperial Power And The Art of Antiquity.

  • Medieval Artistic Encounters

  • The Idea of the Gothic Cathedral

  • Art and Pilgrimage: the Way of St. James

  • Art and Gender in the Middle Ages



SERVICE

  • Lower Division Advisor (2009 till the present)

  • First Year Forum Leader (2009 till the present)

  • Preparation of the Teaching Evaluations for the Department of Fine Arts (2008)

  • Member of the Committee for the new design of the Website for the College of Arts and Sciences (2009-10)

  • Member of the Search Committee for new positions in the Department of Art History (2003-present)

  • Member of the Search Committee for the position of Medieval and Spanish Golden Age literature specialist, in the department of Language, Literature and Linguistics (2011-2012)

  • Advisor to the Curriculum, Instruction and Programs, College of Arts & Sciences (2009)

  • Welcome calls to incoming students to the College of Arts and Sciences (2009, 25 students)

  • Member of the Committee of Students Standards for the year 2010-2011, 2011-2012

  • Member of the Curriculum Committee of the College of Arts and Sciences, Syracuse University (2011-2012)

  • Member of the Humanities Council, Syracuse University (2011-2012)

  • Organizer of the Department of Art and Music Histories Colloquium Series (2010-2011, 2011-2012)



OTHER RELEVANT EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

  • Curator, National Museum of Pilgrimages, Santiago (Spain), 1985-86 (12 months)

  • Collaboration in the exhibition "Arte popular en los caminos:. 'Petos e cruceiros'", National Museum of Pilgrimages, 1986.

  • Collaboration in the exhibition "Los Reyes y Santiago. Exposicion de Documentos Reales de la Catedral de Santiago de Compostela", Museo Catedralicio, Santiago. 1986.

  • Researcher, restoration of the Portico de la Gloria, Cathedral of Santiago. Comissioned report and historical study about the casting of the Portico de la Gloria made in 1866 for the Victoria and Albert Museum..


ASSOCIATIONS

  • American Society for Hispanic Art Historical Studies

  • College Art Association

  • International Center of Medieval Art

  • Medieval Academy of America

  • Association of Art Historians, Great Britain

  • Ibero Medieval Association of North America

  • Preservation Association of Central New York


TEACHING

My students consistently praise my classes as being very engaging, thought provoking, and developing their critical skills. I have been often told that I am one of the best instructors in my department. If you wish, I can produce my teaching evaluations.


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