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Fernando Unzueta

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

2004-2013 Chair, Department of Spanish and Portuguese

2002-2006 Director, Center for Latin American Studies

EDUCATION

1984-91 PhD Spanish, The University of Texas at Austin 1982-84 MA Spanish, State University of New York at Buffalo 1979-82 BS Industrial Engineering, SUNY at Buffalo

BOOK

La imaginación histórica y el romance nacional en Hispanoamérica. Lima/Berkeley: Latinoamericana Editores, 1996.

Reviewed in: Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana 23.46 (1997): 362-64,Hispamérica 78 (1997): 127-28,Inti 46/47 (1997-1998):345-48,Hispanic Review 66.2 (1998): 228-30,Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 32.2 (1998): 459-60,Latin American Literary Review 53 (1999): 117-19, and

Chasqui 28.2 (1999): 103-108.

ARTICLES, BOOK CHAPTERS AND ESSAYS

“Prólogo.” Ficcionalización de Bolivia. La novela leyenda del siglo XIX (1847-1896).”

Juan Pablo Soto. Cochabamba: S/e, 2016 [2483 pp.]. [5-8.]

“National Novels and the Emergence of the Public Sphere in Latin America.” Cultural Transformations of the Public Sphere. Contemporary and Historical Perspectives. Ed. by Bernd Fischer and May Mergenthaler. Bern: Peter Lang, 2015. 231-269.

Juan de la Rosa y la cultura del folletín.” Special Issue: “Representando imaginario y nación.” Estudios Bolivianos 22 (2015): 28-54.

“Los discursos de la independencia y su ambigua modernidad.” De independencias y revoluciones. Avatares de la modernidad en América Latina. Edited by Gastón Lillo and Leandro Urbina. Santiago: LOM Ediciones / Université d’Ottawa y Universidad Alberto Hurtado, 2010. 117-135.

“La formación de los sujetos nacionales y el proyecto constitucional de Bolívar.” De juntas, guerrillas, héroes y conmemoraciones. Edited by Rossana Barragán. La Paz: Gobierno Municipal de La Paz, 2009. 289-302.

“Subjetividades latinoamericanas al borde de la modernidad: Entre el hombre de bien y el buen ciudadano.” Boletín de la Biblioteca Menéndez Pelayo 85 (2009): 221-232.

“Bello, la nueva conciencia histórica y los discursos poscoloniales,” Andrés Bello y los estudios latinoamericanos. Beatriz González and Juan Poblete, eds. Serie Críticas. Pittsburgh: Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, U of Pittsburgh, 2009. 219-243.

“Las republiquetas y los límites de la historiografía.” Conflictos políticos y movimientos sociales en Bolivia. Nicholas A. Robins, ed. La Paz: Plural Editores, 2006. 121- 136.

Soledad o el romance nacional como folletín: proyectos nacionales y relaciones intertextuales.” Cambio cultural y lectura de los periódicos en el siglo XIX. Juan Poblete, ed. Special Issue. Revista Iberoamericana 72.214 (2006): 243-254.

“Escenas de lectura: Naciones imaginada y el romance de la historia en Hispanoamérica,” Special Issue, Literatura y nación en América Latina. Araucaria. Revista Ibeoroamericana de Filosofía y Humanidades. [U de Sevilla].

7.13 (2005): 124-165.[Revised translation of “Scenes of Reading, 2003]. Also in Nación y

literatura en América Latina. Ramón Máiz, comp. Buenos Aires: Prometeo Libros, 2007. 69-112.

“Scenes of Reading: Imagining Nations/Romancing History in Spanish America.”

Beyond Imagined Communities. Reading and Writing the Nation in Nineteenth- Century Latin America. Sara Castro-Klarén and John C. Chasteen, eds. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center P; Baltimore: Johns Hopkins U P, 2003. 115-160.

“Adela Zamudio.” Dictionary of Literary Biography. Modern Spanish American Poets. Vol. 238. First Series. María Salgado, ed. Detroit: Bruccoli Clark Layman, 2003. Co-authored with María Tenorio. 361-366.

“Novel Subjects: On Reading and National (Subject) Formation.” Chasqui 31.2 (2002): 75-94.

“Subjectivity and Olavide’s Sentimental Novels.” In Foucault & Latin America: Appropriations and Deployments of Cultural Analysis. Benigno Trigo, ed. New York: Routledge, 2002. 185-196.

“Estética, lengua y novela: hacia un proyecto nacional hegemónico.” Romance Languages Annual 11 (2000): 620-26 [Pub. 2001].

“The Nineteenth-Century Novel: Toward a Public Sphere or a Mass Media?” In Latin American Literature and Mass Media. Edmundo Paz-Soldán and Debra Castillo, eds. New York and London: Garland/Hispanic Issues, 2001. 21-40.

“Género y sujetos nacionales: en torno a las novelas históricas de Lindaura Anzoátegui.” Cuadernos de Literatura 35 (La Paz: Carrera de Literatura/U Mayor de San

Andrés, 2000). [Reprint of article published in the Revista Iberoamericana, 1997].

“Periódicos y formación nacional: Bolivia en sus primeros años.” Latin American Research Review 35.2 (2000): 35-72.

“Periódicos e historias literarias.” Estudios. Revista de Investigaciones Literarias

(Special Issue, “El nuevo archivo de la cultura”) 6:11 (1998): 161-78.

“El imaginario nacional y la historia en la novela.” El Siglo XIX. Bolivia y América Latina”. Rossana Barragán, Dora Cajías y Seemin Qayum, comps. La Paz: Coordinadora de Historia, 1997. 281-90.

“¿De sujetos (coloniales) a ciudadanos (postcoloniales)?: Notas sobre el discurso de la emancipación.” Dispositio/n. American Journal of Cultural Histories and Theories (Special Issue, “Postcolonial and the Americas”) 20.47 (1995 [Pub. 1997]): 79-92.

“Género y sujetos nacionales: en torno a las novelas históricas de Lindaura Anzoátegui.” Revista Iberoamericana 63.178-179(enero-junio 1997): 219-29.

El Periquillo Sarniento as (and) Mexico's Populist Fiction(s).” In Fantasy or Ethnography? Irony and Collusion in Subaltern Representation. Sabra J. Webber and Margaret R. Lynd, eds.; with Kristin Peterson. Papers in Comparative Studies 8 (1993-94 [Pub. 1996]): 221-29.Co-authored with Cristina Bruch.

“Sobre la formación de los sujetos nacionales.” In Memorias. Jornadas Andinas de Literatura Latinoamericana I. La Paz: Plural Editores/Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, 1995. 783-90.

“Las trampas del género en Soledad.” Romance Languages Annual 5 (1993 [Pub. 1994]): 522-26.

“Las Tradiciones peruanas y la cuestión nacional.” In Ricardo Palma, Tradiciones peruanas. Julio Ortega, coord. Madrid: Colección Archivos, 1993. 503-19. Second Edition, 1996.

“Juan Vicente González: de la biografía a la escritura de la nación.” Estudios. Revista de Investigaciones Literarias 1.1 (1993): 47-60. Also in Venezuela: fin de siglo. Actas del simposio Venezuela: cultura y sociedad al fin de siglo (Brown University, 1991). Julio Ortega, comp. Caracas: La Casa de Bello, 1993. 357-65.

Rayuela: entre la sujeción del lector y la liberación del sujeto.” Cincinnati Romance Review 11 (1992): 194-206.

“Las coordenadas de Carpentier. Hombre e historia en Carpentier.” Presencia Literaria 28 Aug. 1988: 1.

Aluvión de fuego: Una invitación a la lectura.” Dactylus 5 (1985): 11-14.

BOOK REVIEWS

Ficcionalización de Bolivia. La novela/leyenda del siglo diez i nueve 1847-1896, compilación, estudio, notas y edición de Juan Pablo Soto J., con la colaboraciómn de Máximo Pacheco B. 2 tomos. 2483 páginas. Cochabamba: S/e, 2016. Rev. in Bolivian Studies Journal 22 (2016): 247-253. [Pub. 2017; based on my “Prólogo” (2016) to the book].

The Conquest of History: Spanish Colonialism and National Histories in the Nineteenth Century by Christopher Schmidt-Nowara. Pittsburgh: U Pittsburgh P, 2006. Rev. in The Americas. A Quarterly Review of Inter-American Cultural History 66.1 (2009): 131-32.

Indios detrás de la muralla. Matrimonios indígenas y convivencia inter-racial en Santa Ana (Lima, 1795-1820)by Jesús Cosamalón Aguilar, and La indianidad antes de la independencia by Hernán Horna. Rev. in Colonial Latin American Review

10.2 (2001): 305-307.

Salmón, Josefa. El espejo indígena. El discurso indigenista en Bolivia, 1900-1956. La Paz: Plural/Facultad de Humanidades, 1997. Rev. in Revista Iberoamericana 66.193 (2000): 923-25. [Pub. 2001].

Meyer, Doris, ed. Reinterpreting the Spanish American Essay. Women Writers of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Austin: U Texas P, 1995. Rev. in Studies in Twentieth Century Literature 21.2 (1997): 519-21.Co-authored with Judy Maloof.

Williams, Jerry M., study, facsimile ed. and trans. Censorship and Art in Pre- Enlightenment Lima: Pedro de Peralta Barnuevo’s “Diálogo de los muertos: la causa académica”. Potomac, Md.: Scripta Humanistica, 1994. Rev. in Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 30.1 (1996): 172-74.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

“Novelas fundacionales: americanismo, nacionalismo, regionalismo.” Bolivian Research Review 10.1 (2013), audio publication (http://www.bolivianstudies.org/revista/10.1/index.php).

“Maureen Ahern. In memoriam.” Cuadernos de literatura 17.34 (2013): 311-313.

WORK IN PROGRESS

Lettered Cultures and National Projects: Newspapers and Literature in Bolivia in the 19th Century. Book manuscript in progress. (FPL proposal submitted and approved, Spring 2016). In January 2017, I obtained a commitment from the director of Plural Editores to publish the book by the end of 2017 as Cultura letrada y proyectos nacionales: Periódicos y literature en Bolivia (siglo XIX).

Subjects to Change: The Rise of Modern (National) Subjectivites in 19th-Century Spanish America. Proposal and tentative title of a book in progress.

INVITED LECTURES

“Novels, Newspapers, the Public Sphere, and National Formation (in 19th-C Bolivia).” Universidad Privada Boliviana (Cochabamba, Bolivia), May 16, 2017.

“Novels, Newspapers, the Public Sphere, and National Formation (in 19th-C Latin America).” Loyola University (New Orleans, LA), October 3, 2016.

Ficcionalización de Bolivia. La novela leyenda del siglo XIX (1847-1890).” Juan Pablo Soto. Presentación del libro. Auditorio Casa Marcelo Quiroga Santa Cruz, La Paz, Bolivia, August 12, 2016.

“Internationalizing education: my experiences.” Keynote presentation. Model United Nations Conference, Wyoming, OH, High School, November 1, 2014.

“Independencia y sujetos nacionales.” Keynote presentation. University of Tennessee Knoxville, October 25, 2012.

“Indigenous Movements, Citizenship, and the Re-Shaping of Bolivia.” Kirwan Institute, The Ohio State University, April 21, 2010.

“The Nineteenth-Century Novel in Latin America: Toward a Public Sphere?” The Public Sphere and Modern Social Imaginaries Working Group, Institute for Collaborative Research and Public Humanities, The Ohio State University, March 5, 2010.

“Representaciones de la independencia y formación de sujetos nacionales en Latinoamérica.” Université de Montréal, April 9, 2009.

“Los discursos de la independencia y su ambigua modernidad.” De independencies y revoluciones. Avatares de la modernidad en América Latina, University of Ottawa, September 24-27, 2008.

“Bolivia: Contemporary Culture and Conflicts.” SSAST, Cochabamba, July 23, 2008. “National Fault-Lines: The Early Years.” Oberlin College, October 6, 2006. “Newspapers and National Formation.” University of North Carolina, April 17, 2006. “Nations, States, and Indigenous Communities.” Symposium Gender and Ethnicity

Across Divides, The Ohio State University, April 4, 2003. “Representaciones de la historia y formación de sujetos nacionales.” University of Pittsburgh, February 21, 2002.

“Newspapers and Early National Formation in Bolivia.” Seminar Series, Latin American Studies Program, Cornell University, September 25, 2001.

“Lecturas, novelas y formación de sujetos nacionales.” Faculty Lecture Series, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, The Ohio State University, March 2, 2001.

“Scenes of Reading and National Romances.” Reading and Writing the Nation in Nineteenth-Century Latin America, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, D.C., April 28, 2000.

“Nation Building in Latin America.” The History Club, Columbus, November 16, 1998.

PAPERS (TO BE) READ AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

“Periódicos bolivianos del siglo XIX y esfera pública: principios y transformaciones.” Congreso de la Asociación de Estudios Bolivianos, Sucre, Bolivia, July 24-28, 2017.

“Institutional insights and trends.” Living Andes/Amazonia: Developing and Integrated Learning Environment for the Study of Andean and Amazonian Languages and Cultures, ILCLA/STLILLA, The Ohio State University, October 13-15, 2016.

“Pasquines: el medio y sus mensajes.” Jornadas Andinas de Literatura Latinoamericana, La Paz, Bolivia, August 8-12, 2016.

“Pasquines, ciudad letrada e imaginarios sociales.” Latin American Studies Association, New York, May 27-30, 2016.

“Culturas impresas e imaginarios nacionales.” Congreso de la Asociación de Estudios Bolivianos, Sucre, Bolivia, July 20-24, 2015.

“Proyectos estético-literarios nacionales y la transformación de los medios.” Latin American Studies Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 23-26, 2015.

“Hacia una poética de la novela latinoamericana, siglo XIX.” Jornadas Andinas de Literatura Latinoamericana, Heredia, Costa Rica, August 4-8, 2014.

“Novelas fundacionales: americanismo, nacionalismo, regionalismo.” Congreso de la Asociación de Estudios Bolivianos, Sucre, Bolivia, July 29-August 1, 2013.

“En torno a los sujetos nacionales.” Latin American Studies Association, San Francisco, May 23-26, 2012.

“Relatos personales mexicanos: subjetividades al borde de la modernidad.” XVII Congreso de Mexicanistas Juan Bruce-Novoa, University of California, Irvine, April 28-30, 2011.

“Ciudadanías y discurso liberal.” XXXVIII Congreso Internacional, Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, Georgetown University, June 9-12, 2010.

“La formación de los sujetos nacionales y el proyecto constitucional de Bolívar.” Quinto Congreso de la Asociación de Estudios Bolivianos, Sucre, Bolivia, June 24-27, 2009.

“Constituting National Subjects in Latin America.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, April 16-18, 2009.

“Subjetividades al borde de la modernidad.” Intersecting Cultural Geographies of the Luso-Hispanic World in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, The Ohio State University, November 21, 2008.

“Periódicos, formación de los estados nacionales y el contexto internacional: Bolivia en sus primeros años.” Latin American Studies Association, Montreal, Canada, September 4-8, 2007.

“Esfera pública y literatura.” Cuarto Congreso de la Asociación de Estudios Bolivianos, Sucre, Bolivia, June 22-25, 2006.

“Fisuras nacionales: huellas del siglo XIX.” Latin American Studies Association, San Juan, P.R., March 15-18, 2006.

“Las republiquetas y los límites de la historiografía.” Third Congress of the Bolivian Studies Association, Florida International University, Miami, February 24-26, 2005.

“Proyectos pedagógicos y lecturas sentimentales.” MLA Convention, Philadelphia, December 27-30, 2004.

“Escritura autobiográfica y sujetos modernos.” Latin American Studies Association, Las Vegas, October 7-9, 2004.

“Relatos de vida y formación de sujetos nacionales.” II Congreso Internacional de Estudios Bolivianos, La Paz, Bolivia, July 21-25, 2003.

“Espacios y formación de sujetos.” Latin American Studies Association, Dallas, March 27-29, 2003.

“Género, lectura y seducción.” MLA Convention, New York, December 27-30, 2002. “Soledad o el romance nacional como folletín: contratos, proyectos y relaciones

intertextuales.” Textos ficticios en el periodismo decimonónico latinoamericano, MLA Convention, New Orleans, December 27-30, 2001.

“La ambigua modernidad de los sujetos nacionales.” Latin American Studies Association, Washington, DC, September 6-8, 2001.

“Leyendo la nación: Imprenta, periódicos, novelas y públicos,” Tenth Annual Conference on Ibero-American Culture and Society: “Latin American Literature, Technology, Ideology,” University of New Mexico-Albuquerque, February 15- 16, 2001.

“El discurso autobiográfico y la disyunción de la nación.” Diaries and Journals in 19th- Century Latin America, MLA Convention, Washington, DC, December 27-30, 2000.

“Delimitando el romance nacional.” Latin American Studies Association, Miami, March 16-18, 2000.

“La producción social del espacio en la novela.” Landscape and Spatial Representation in 19th-Century Latin America, MLA Convention, Chicago, December 27-30, 1999.

“Estética, lengua y novela: hacia un proyecto nacional hegemónico.” Purdue University Conference on Romance Languages, Literatures, & Film, October 7-9, 1999.

“Constituting National Subjects in Latin America.” Gesture as Text: Reading Bodies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, The Ohio State University, March 12, 1999.

“Las novelas del siglo XIX: ¿entre la esfera pública y los massmedia?” Latin American Literature and Mass Media, Cornell University, March 5-6, 1999.

“Emergencia del sujeto y formación nacional.” Latin American Studies Association, Chicago, September 24-26, 1998.

“Filosofías de la historia y novella.” Literature and Philosophy in 19th Century Spanish America, MLA Convention, Toronto, December 27-30, 1997.

“La re-escritura de la historia y el romance nacional.” La Chispa, New Orleans, February 27-March 1, 1997.

“La ‘nacionalización’ del tiempo y el espacio en la prensa.” XXXI Congreso Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, Caracas, Venezuela, June 24-29, 1996.

“Género y sujetos nacionales en la novela latinoamericana del siglo XIX.” Fifth Annual Conference on Ibero-American Culture and Society: “Latin American Women Writers-Discourse on/of the Feminine,” University of New Mexico-Albuquerque, February 7-10, 1996.

“Periódicos e historias literarias.” MLA Convention, Chicago, December 27-30, 1995. “Las Tradiciones peruanas y los fragmentos de la nación.” Kentucky Foreign Language

Conference, Lexington, April 20-22, 1995.

“(Est)ética y hegemonía.” El buen gusto, MLA Convention, San Diego, December 27- 30, 1994.

“Periódicos y formación nacional: Bolivia en sus primeras décadas.” Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literature, University of Kansas, September 8-10, 1994.

“El imaginario nacional y la historia.” El Siglo XIX en Bolivia y América Latina, Sucre- Bolivia July 25-29, 1994.

“Lengua y nación en la novela decimonónica.” Third Annual University of New Mexico Conference on Ibero-American Culture and Society: “Hispanic Language and Social Identity,” University of New Mexico-Albuquerque, February 10-12, 1994.

“Las trampas del género en Soledad.” Purdue University Conference on Romance Languages, Literatures, & Film, October 7-9, 1993.

El Periquillo Sarniento as (and) Mexico's Populist Fiction(s).” Fantasy or Ethnography?: Irony and Collusion in Subaltern Representation, The Ohio State University, October 1-2, 1993. With Cristina Bruch.

“Sobre la formación de los sujetos nacionales.” Jornadas Andinas de Literatura Latinoamericana, La Paz-Bolivia, August 19-23, 1993.

“Juan Vicente González: de la biografía a la escritura de la nación.” Venezuela: Cultura y Sociedad al final del siglo XX, Brown University, October 29-31, 1991.

“El romance en Hispanoamérica.” Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literatures, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, October 3-5, 1991.

Rayuela: entre la sujeción del lector y la liberación del sujeto.” Eleventh Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Cincinnati, May 15-17, 1991.

“El romance de la nación.” MALAS Convention, Cincinnati, October 11-12, 1990. “Garcilaso Inca's Royal Commentaries and the Struggle for Culture.” Translating Latin

America, State University of New York at Binghamton, April 19-21, 1990.

Rayuela o el nuevo régimen de la lectura.” 20th Century Latin American Narrative and Contemporary Theories of Narrative, MLA Convention, Washington D.C., December 27-30, 1989.

“Romance e historia en Soledad.” II Colloquium on Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Romance Linguistics, University of Texas at Austin, October 13- 14, 1989.

“Los conceptos del hombre y la historia en la obra de Alejo Carpentier.” Colloquium on Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Romance Linguistics, University of Texas at Austin, October 9-10, 1987.

Aluvión de fuego de Oscar Cerruto.” Colloquium on Literature of the Andean Countries, University of Texas at Austin, March 28-April 1, 1985.

GRANTS AND AWARDS

Special Assignment, The Ohio State University, Autumn 2012 and Autumn 2017. Faculty Professional Leave, The Ohio State University, Autumn, 2016.

Faculty Professional Leave, The Ohio State University, 2008-2009.

“Ohio Hispanic Heritage Project.” Arts and Humanities Innovation Grant, 2006. Co-PI; with Terrell Morgan, PI; and Juan Zevallos, co-PI.

Tuition Set-Aside for Technology Grant, 2005. $77,000 annual rate (FY 06) and $29,000 cash (FY 05 only). Submitted with J. Macián.

Faculty Professional Leave, The Ohio State University, 2000.

Special Research Assignment, The Ohio State University, Autumn 1995, Winter 1999, Autumn 2004.

Grant-in-Aid, The Ohio State University, 1993, 1994, 2003. Tinker Research Travel Grant, The Ohio State University, 1993-94. Faculty Research Grant, Wittenberg University, 1991-92.

Faculty Research Grant, Muhlenberg College, 1991.

DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE

Elected Member, Departmental Advisory Committee (2015-07) Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee (2016-17) Member, Graduate Studies Committee (2015-2016)

Chair, Awards Committee, 2014-2015

Chair, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, 2004-2008;2009-2013 Promotion & Tenure Committee Chair, 2004

Peer Evaluator of Teaching (Au 2002, Wi 03, Au 03, Sp 04, Wi 05) Seed Grant Peer Evaluator (Au 2002)

Mentor, of Junior Faculty member (1999-2002)

Chair, International Studies Committee (1996-98, Au 1999, 2001) Elected Member, Departmental Advisory Committee (1996-98,2001-03) Member, Graduate Studies Committee (Au 1999, 2002, 2003-04) Member, Research Committee (2001)

Member, Departmental Teaching Excellence Committee (1998-99) Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee (1993-99) Coordinator, Latin American job description (Sp 1999) Coordinator, Major/Minor Event (Sp 1999)

Coordinator, Evaluation Undergraduate Pardo & Crane Awards (Sp 1999) Coordinator, International Programs (Sp 1999)

Member, Documents Revision Committee (1998)

Coordinator, 450 Outcome Statement (1997-98)

Member, Latin American Search Committee (1995-96,1997-98,1999-2000,2002-03)

CENTER FOR LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES (CLAS) GRANTS

Tinker Field Research Grants, 2004-2006 ($10,000/year with $10,000 OSU matching funds from CLAS and OIA), from the Tinker Foundation.

Latin American Studies Undergraduate National Resource Center and Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships, 2003-2006. Title VI grant ($360,000/year) from the US Department of Education. Fernando Unzueta, PI; with Carol F. Robison and Terrell Morgan.

Deprivation, Violence, and Identities: Mapping Contemporary World Conflicts, Mershon Center grant ($30,050) for October 3-5, 2003 Conference. With the Office of International Affairs and other Area Studies Centers.

CLAS ACTIVITIES (Selected)

Fifth Annual Ohio Latinoamericanists Conference, March 3, 2006. (60 presenters).

Fourth Annual Ohio Latinoamericanists Conference, March 4, 2005. (70 presenters).

Third Annual Ohio Latinoamericanists Conference, February 27, 2004. (50 presenters).

Second Annual Ohio Latinoamericanists Conference, February 28, 2003. (45 presenters).

First Annual Ohio Latinoamericanists Conference, April 20, 2002. Organized, coordinated, and/or co-sponsored dozens of lectures and symposia,

including Ciudadanías y Subjetividades: La(s) Esfera(s) Pública(s) en América Latina (April 12-13, 2002), Visit by renown author and critic Edmundo Paz-Soldán (November 14-17, 2002), Gender and Ethnicity Across Divides (April 4, 2003).

COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE Alternate, ASC Senate, 2015-present

Chair, Assistant Director Search, Center for Latin American Studies, Sp 2015 Member, International Student Experience Oversight and Implementation

Committee (Sp 2015)

Member, Undergraduate International Studies Program Oversight Committee (2010-2015)

Member, Center for Latin American Studies’ Advisory Council (2006-2009;2013-present)

Member, Arts and Humanities Data Analytics Hiring Advisory Committee, 2014 Member, Council on Academic Affairs (CAA), Senate, 2011-2014

Chair, Subcommittee B, CAA (2012-2014)

Senator, University Senate, elected for 2009-2012

Committee on Academic Freedom and Responsibility (2011)

Council on Library and Information Technology (2011)

Mentor, Junior Faculty of Color College Mentoring Program (2007-2009)Co-Mentor, Undergraduate student in SROP/PHD Program (2008-2009) Latin American Studies MA Program Sub-committee (2008)

Member, College Executive Committee, 2004-2013 Alternate Senator, University Senate, 2004-2007

Member, Review Committee, Associate Provost for International Affairs (Sp 2006)

Member, Dean’s Forum Organizing Committee (2004-05)

Member, Screening Committee for the directorship of the Center for Folklore Study (Au 2004)

Director, Center for Latin American Studies (2002-2006)

Member, Screening Committee for the directorship of the Institute for Japanese Studies (Su 2002)

Member, Center for Latin American Studies’ Advisory Council (1997-2001) Faculty Sponsor, Graduate School’s Summer Research Opportunities Program

(Su 1999)

Member, Selection Committee for the Office of International Studies’ Interdisciplinary Lecture & Seminar Series Grants (1997-99)

Departmental Coordinator, Campus Campaign (1999)

Member, College Research Committee (1998-1999) Member, Dean’s Advisory Committee (1996-98)

Graduate School Representative, Final Oral Examination (Sp 1997) Panelist, “Perceptions of Junior Faculty on Succeeding at Ohio State,” An

Orientation for New Faculty (Au 1996)

SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION

Panel Co-organizer, with Diego Mattos, “Transformaciones en los imaginarios nacionales y sus sujetos,” Congreso de la Asociación de Estudios Bolivianos, Sucre, Bolivia, July 24-28, 2017.

Co-Facilitator and co-organizer, Continuity and Change in the Andes & Amazonia Working Group Sessions on Living Andes/Amazonia: Developing and Integrated Learning Environment for the Study of Andean and Amazonian Languages and Cultures, ILCLA/STLILLA, The Ohio State University, October 13-15, 2016.

Session Chair, The Poetic Imaginary in Cervantes’ Later Years, La Senda Dificil: Quest and Meaning in Cervantes’ Poetic Quadricentenary. A Symposium. The Ohio State University, September 30-October 1, 2016.

Panel Co-organizer, with Diego Mattos, “Transformaciones en los imaginarios nacionales y sus sujetos,” Congreso de la Asociación de Estudios Bolivianos, Sucre, Bolivia, July 20-24, 2015.

External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), Iona College, 2014.

External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), Virginia Tech, 2013.

External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), University of Illinois Urbana- Champaign, 2011.

External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), Saint Joseph’s University, 2010. Panel Organizer, “Cultura, ciudadanía y momentos revolucionarios en Bolivia.”

XXXVIII Congreso Internacional, Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, Georgetown University, June 9-12, 2010.

External Dissertation Jury Member, Université de Montréal, April, 2009. External Evaluator (Promotion), Cornell University, 2009.

External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), Claremont McKenna College, 2008. Book Manuscript Evaluator, Vanderbilt UP (2008).

Discussant, Unnatural Histories: Interdisciplinary Readings in Science at the Crossroads of Education and Literature. Latin American Studies Association, Montreal, Canada, September 4-8, 2007.

Discussant, Whose Nation? Latin American Studies Association, San Juan, P.R., March 15-18, 2006.

External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), University of Richmond, 2006. External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), Tufts University, 2005.

External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), Northern Illinois University, 2005. Commentator to Marcia Stephenson’s “The French Connection: Engaging

Questions of Race and Gender through the Nineteenth-Century International Trade in Alpacas, Llamas, and Vicuñas,” Gender and Ethnicity across Divides Lecture Series, June 3, 2005.

Testimony on International Education and Foreign Language Studies, Subcommittee on Select Education, United States House of Representatives. Field Hearing, Fawcett Center, The Ohio State University, April 22, 2005.

Panel organizer, for the Insituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, “Subjetividad y modernidades en las Américas,” MLA Convention, Philadelphia, December 27-30, 2004.

Book Manuscript Evaluator, Palgrave (2004).

President (elected), Bolivian Studies Association (2003-2004). External Evaluator (Promotion), Loyola University, New Orleans, 2004. External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), Cornell University, 2004.

External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), University of California--Santa Cruz, 2003.

Panel organizer, “Los estudios culturales y el siglo XIX,” Latin American Studies Association, Dallas, March 27-29, 2003.

External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), Middlebury College, 2003. External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), U of Michigan, 2002. External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), U of Kansas, 2001.

Book Manuscript Evaluator, MLA (2001), U Florida P (2001).

Member, Editorial Board, Dissidences. Hispanic Journal of Theory and Criticism (2005-).

Member, Editorial Board, Decimonónica (2004-). Member, Editorial Board, Bolivian Studies Review (2001-).

Member (elected), Editorial Board (19th-Century), Revista Iberoamericana (2000- 2004).

Panel organizer, “Modernidades e independencias,” Latin American Studies Association, Washington, DC, September 6-8, 2001.

Moderator, “Reading the Nation: Printing, Newspapers, Novels and Publics,” Tenth Annual Conference on Ibero-American Culture and Society: “Latin American Literature, Technology, Ideology,” University of New Mexico- Albuquerque, February 15-16, 2001.

Discussant, “Descubrimiento y transformaciones en el siglo XIX: de la colonia al caos republicano,” Latin American Studies Association, Miami, March 16-18, 2000.

Session Chair, “Intersections in Spanish-American Cinema and Narrative,” Purdue University Conference on Romance Languages, Literatures, & Film, October 7-9, 1999.

Member, Delegate Assembly of the MLA, for the Division of Latin American Literature from Independence to 1900, 1998-2000.

External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), Wooster Polytechnic Institute, 1999. Reader, Josefa Salmón’s, El espejo indígena. El discurso indigenista en Bolivia

(1900-1956)(La Paz: Plural Editores, 1997).

External Evaluator (Tenure and Promotion), Buffalo State College, 1997. Referee, Romance Languages Annual, 1994-95.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND HONORS

Founder and Frequent Discussion Leader, Book Club on Latin American Literature in Translation, 2001-2016.

Book discussion leader, Unity Book Club [Honors and Scholars], The Ohio State University, May 25, 2010.

Book discussion leader, Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Columbus, March 10-12, 2005.

Special Student Guest, President’s Salute to Undergraduate Academic Achievement, The Ohio State University, 2000.

Special Student Guest, President’s Salute to Undergraduate Academic Achievement, The Ohio State University, 1998.

Nominated, Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award, College of Arts and Sciences 1995.

Member, International Honor Society, University of Texas at Austin, 1989. Assistant Instructor, The University of Texas-Austin,1984-89.

Editorial Assistant, Second edition, John A. Crow and Edward Dudley's El cuento (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1984).

Teaching Assistant, SUNY-Buffalo,1982-84.

Assistant to the Director, SUNY-Buffalo's Spanish Program in Salamanca, Spain, Summer 1983.

President, Latin American Graduate Student Association, SUNY-Buffalo, 1982- 83.

BS, Industrial Engineering, Magna Cum Laude, SUNY-Buffalo, 1982.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

19th-Century Latin American literature/culture; national and subject formation; the rise of historical consciousness; literature and history in Spanish American narrative; the historical novel; Andean literatures and cultures; cultural and narrative studies/theories; newspapers and the public sphere.

COURSES TAUGHT

Undergraduate: Introduction to Hispanic literatures; Spanish generation of 1898, Contemporary Spanish literature; Introduction to Latin American cultures and literature; Introduction to Spanish American culture; Survey of Latin American literature; Latin American prose; Colonial and 19th-Century Spanish American literature; seminars on Latin American history and literature, on The literature of independence, and on The Latin American Novel: Origins and Transformations; Latin American literature (in translation): fictions and realities; Andean literatures and cultures; Globalization and Latin America: Multidisciplinary approaches; Formation of Bolivian National Literatures and Cultures.

Graduate: Colonial and 19th-Century Spanish American literature; Formation of national literatures in Latin America; Narrative: history and fiction (in 19th- Century Spanish America); Palma and the invention of tradition; Literature of emancipation: colonial/postcolonial discourses; 19th-Century Spanish American novel; Colonial subjects; National subjects; Fragments of the nation; Hispanic Enlightenment (co-taught); Research Methods and Design; Private and Public spaces; Intoduction to Literary and Cultural Analysis; Constituting National Subjects; Modernidad(es) y formación de los estados nacionales; Globalization and Latin America: Multidisciplinary approaches; National romances; Modern Subjectivities; Theories of Subjectivity; Spaces of the nation; Mapping early Latin America; the Public Sphere in Latin America.

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Spanish, English; Portuguese and French (reading knowledge).

REFERENCES

Available upon request

June 1, 2017

 

 

Actualidad Docente

Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui: el colonialismo intelectual y los dilemas de la teoría social latinoamericana

29 Enero 2018
Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui: el colonialismo intelectual y los dilemas de la teoría social latinoamericana

... Una reflexión sobre el colonialismo intelectual y los dilemas de la teoría social latinoamericana... de Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui, profesora de la Maestría en Literatura Boliviana y Latinoamericana - Quinta Versión.

Juan de la Rosa y la cultura del folletín 1

30 Enero 2018
Juan de la Rosa y la cultura del folletín 1

Una reflexión sobre JUAN DE LA ROSA (1885) --novela publicada originalmente como folletín en Cochabamba-- de Fernando Unzueta, profesor de la Maestría....---Él es especialista en siglo XIX latinoamericano y enseña hace mucho en la Universidad de Ohio - nos visita pronto para dar un seminario en el programa---

Sobre la crítica

30 Enero 2018
Sobre la crítica

Un impecable -e implacable- texto sobre la crítica... del profesor de la Maestría, Mauricio Souza

Dar la espalda a la bajada

25 Febrero 2018
Dar la espalda a la bajada

Oscar García - compañero suyo de tantas musicalidades - escribe sobre PADRE NUESTRO, su último poemario... Es Juan Carlos Orihuela, profesor de la Maestría

La Vanguardia Plebeya del Titikaka gana premio bienal del IILI

26 Febrero 2018
La Vanguardia Plebeya del Titikaka gana premio bienal del IILI

Escritora de uno de los libros más importantes de crítica cultural y literaria publicados en el país en los últimos años: La vanguardia plebeya del Titikaka... Es Elizabeth Monasterios, profesora de la Maestría

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