Prof. Nieves Romero-Díaz

Full Professor

Golden Age Spanish Literatures/ Early Modern Spanish Cultures

Dept. of Spanish, Latina/o and Latin American Studies
Mount Holyoke College
South Hadley, MA 01075
(413) 538-2399
rdiaz@mtholyoke.edu

 

EDUCATION

1996- 1999 Ph.D. in Romance Languages and Literatures (Spanish and Italian), University of Oregon
1994-1996 MA in Spanish Language and Literature, University of Oregon
1994 CAP (Curso de Aptitud Pedagógica), Universidad de Córdoba (Spain)
1993-1994 ABD in Filosofía y Letras (Spanish Literature), Universidad de Córdoba (Spain)
1988-1993 Licenciada (BA) in Filosofía y Letras, Filología Hispánica, Universidad de Córdoba (Spain)

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2011-present            Full Professor at Mount Holyoke College
2010 (spring)            Visiting Associate Professor at UMass-Amhest
2005—2011            Associate Professor at Mount Holyoke College
1999-2005 Assistant Professor at MHC
1994-1999             Graduate Teaching Fellow, Dept. of Romance Languages, University of Oregon

GRANTS AND AWARDS

Mount Holyoke College. Faculty Teaching Award 2011
Mount Holyoke College. Faculty Fellowship, 2011 ($9,100)
Millicent McIntosh Fellow (Woodrow Wilson Foundation), 2007-2009 ($20,000)
Mount Holyoke College. Curriculum Innovation Grant, 2005 ($1,800)
Program of Cultural Cooperation between Spain and United States:

Mount Holyoke College. Research Grants: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006 and, 2007 (approx. $ 15,000 total)
University of Oregon. Dissertation Grant, Winter and Spring Terms, 1999. (No teaching duties)
University of Oregon. Travel grants, 1995-1999. (Different Amounts)
University of Córdoba. Graduation Award in Spanish Philology, UCO, 1993 (“Premio extraordinario de Titulación” [Awarded to the top student in the class of ’93 graduating with a degree in Spanish Philology]

SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
a) Books:
María de Guevara. Warnings to the King. Advice on Restoring Spain. Introduction and Annotated Translation by Nieves Romero-Diaz. OVIEME Series, 112. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2007.

Awards:    Recipient of the 2008 Award of the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women as the best Translation or Teaching Edition published in their field in 2007. See comments at:
                     http://www.ssemw.org/awards08.html#translation

Reviews by:            Dian Fox, Bulletin of Spanish Studies 86 (2009): 545-46.
                                             Ronald Surtz, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 86 (2009): 710-12.
                                             Luis R. Corteguera, Bulletin of the Society for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 33. 2 (2008)
                                             Carol Pal, Renaissance Quarterly 61.3 (2008): 910-912.
                                                            Nicolás Vivalda, Calíope 14.1 (2008): 136-39.

Cervantes and/on/in the New World. A collection of essays co-edited by Nieves Romero-Díaz and Julio Vélez-Sainz. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2007.

Nueva nobleza, nueva novela: Rescribiendo la cultura urbana del Barroco. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2002.

Reviews by:                   Pedro Ruiz, Alfinge (2002): 183-85.
Enrique García Santo-Tomás, Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos28.3 (2004): 62-29.
                                                     Alina Sokol, Calíope 10.1 (2004): 156-59.
     Eric C. Graf, Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 38.2 (2004): 385-87.
     Rocío Rodríguez del Río, Hispanic Review 73.4 (2005): 520-22.
Isabel Torres, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (Liverpool) 83 (2006): 123-25.

b) Articles in peer-reviewed journals:
“Poesía femenil en las exequias por Isabel de Borbón: Los casos de Leonor de la Cueva y Silva y María Nieto de Aragón” Calíope: Journal of the Society for Renaissance and Baroque Poetry. 16.2 (2010): 9-43.

“Autoridad y genealogías femeninas alrededor de la Infanta María Teresa de Austria.” Letras Femeninas 35.1 (2009): 311-37.

 “Aphra Behn y María de Zayas: En busca de una tradición (im)propia.” Hispanic Journal 29.1 (2008): 23-35.

 “Sobre la política espacial del seiscientos español: el caso de Valladolid y la novela corta (De Cervantes a Prado).”  Voz y Letra (Revista de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) 2 (2003): 61-77.

“En los límites de la representación: la traición de María de Zayas.” Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 26.3 (2002): 475-92.

“Ha nacido una estrella: Leyendo a Zayas a través de la televisión.” Laberinto. An Electronic Journal of Early Modern Hispanic Literatures and Culture 3 (2000-2001) (Appr. 30 pp)
        http://www.gc.maricopa.edu/laberinto/2002/romerodiaz.htm

c) Book chapters:
“El discurso reformista de Luisa de Padilla y María de Guevara ante las novedades y vicios de una sociedad en crisis.” Materia crítica: formas de ocio y de consumo en la cultura áurea, ed. Enrique García Santo-Tomás. Madrid: Iberoamericana (Vervuert), 2009. 59-75.

“Mariana de Carvajal como sujeto resistente: Una revisión paródica de la fábula de Apolo y Dafne.” Cánones críticos en la poesía del Siglo de Oro. Ed. Pedro Ruiz Pérez. Vigo: Academia del Hispanismo, 2008. 237-248.

 “Conclusion: Cervantes, Don Quixote and the New World: The Endless Adventure.” Cervantes and/on/in  the New World. Eds. Nieves Romero-Díaz and Julio Vélez-Sainz. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2007. 307-21.

“Translating Cervantes and Don Quijote for the US Screens: A Quixotic Enterprise.” Cervantes and/on/in  the New World. Eds. Nieves Romero-Díaz and Julio Vélez-Sainz. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2007. 213-30.

 “La madre Celestina, una cloaca social en la España del quinientos.” Mulheres Más. Percepção e Representações da Mulher transgressora no Mundo Luso-Hispânico. Coord. Ana María da Costa Toscano. Vol. 2. Oporto: Universidade Fernando Pessoa, 2007. 141-57. (Peer reviewed)

“Revisiting the Culture of the Baroque: Nobility, City and novela corta.Hispanic Baroques. Reading Cultures in Context. Eds. Nicholas Spadaccini and Luis Martin-Estudillo. (Hispanic Issues, 31). Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt UP, 2005. 162-83.

“Conflicto nobiliario en la opulenta Sevilla del seiscientos.” Eds. Pedro Ruiz and Klaus Wagner. Vida, memoria y escritura en torno a 1600. Estepa: Ayuntamiento de Estepa, 2001. 379-97. (Article version of talk of same title)

“Silence and Memory in Mariana de Carvajal’s El esclavo de su esclavo.” Zayas and her Sisters 2: Essays on novelas by Seventeenth-century Spanish Women. Eds. Gwyn Campbell and Judith Whitenack. (Studies on Spanish Classical Literature, 1). Binghamton: Global, ICGS, 2001. 203-18.

d) Selected Conference Proceedings:
“De la quinta a la ciudad: Carvajal reflexiona sobre la posición de la mujer en el dinamismo social del seiscientos.” Actas del VI Congreso de la Asociación Internacional Siglo de Oro (AISO) (Burgos-La Rioja 15-19 de Julio, 2002). Vol. II. Madrid: Iberoamericana/Vervuert, 2004. 1535- 43.

La constante cordobesa de Céspedes y Meneses: la política sexual del Barroco.” Actas del XIII Congreso de la Asociación de Hispanistas (Madrid 6-12 de Julio, 1998). Vol. 1. Madrid: Castalia, 2000. 706-13.

d) Others:

Five entries for Gran Enciclopedia Cervantina, dir. Manuel Alvar (Alcalá de Henares, Centro de Estudios Cervantinos): Gonzalo de Céspedes y Meneses, Mariana de Carvajal y Saavedra, Juan Pérez de Montalbán, María de Zayas y Sotomayor y Cultura dirigida. Gran Enciclopedia Cervantina. 10 Volúmenes.  Madrid: Castalia, 2005-present.

“Women in the Spanish Baroque: From the Audience to the Stage. A Summary.” In the Newsletter of the Massachusetts Center for the Renaissance Studies. UMass-Amherst. Spring 2010.

“400 Years of Don Quijote: A Review.” In the Newsletterof the Massachusetts Center for Renaissance Studies, UMass-Amherst. Spring 2006.

Review of Grace E. Coolidge’s Guardianship, Gender, and the Nobility in Early Modern Spain. Burlington,VT: Ashgate, 2011. Renaissance Quarterly 64.2 (Forthcoming)

Review of Elena del Río Parra’s Cartografías de la conciencia española en la Edad de Oro. México: FCE, 2008. Revista Hispánica Moderna 63.2 (2010): 229-32.

Review of Enrique García Santo-Tomás’s Espacio urbano y creación literaria en el Madrid de Felipe IV. Madrid: Iberoamericana (Vervuert), 2004. RILCE. Revista de Filología Hispánica 24.1 (2008): 215-18.

Review of James A. Parr’s Don Quixote, Don Juan and Related Subjects. Form and Tradition in Spanish Literature, 1330-1630. Selinsgrove: Susquehanna University Press, 2004. Calíope 12.1 (2006): 111-15.

Review of Jesús Escobar’s The Plaza Mayor and the Shaping of Baroque Madrid.  Cambridge, UK: Oxford University Press, 2003. Iberoamericana (Vervuert) 18 (2005): 249-51.

 

FUTURE PROJECTS AND WORK IN PROGRESS

Books:                     * Monograph (tentatively) entitled With the Authority of Women: Engendering Politics of a Monarchy in Crisis (The Advice of Women to Philip IV)       

Articles:                        * “El anónimo La pefecta señora: Estudio y edición” (Ready for submission)
      * “Aproximaciones a la poesía secular escrita por mujeres, 1650-1700: Una propuesta metodológica” (Requested for a Special Issue of Caliope)
      * “Del sarao zayesco a la carta agrediana: La sociabilidad cortesana femenina en la España de Felipe IV” (Requested for a volume on “Literatura y sociabilidad en el Siglo de Oro”)

 

SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS
a) Conferences/Symposiums:
September 2010       “Las alianzas femeninas políticas de María de Agreda.” 10th Conference on Women Writers of Medieval and Early Modern Spain and Colonial Latin America (GEMELA). Mount Holyoke College and UMass-Amherst, South Hadley, MA.

November 2009       “Las poetas cantan la muerte de Isabel de Borbón”. Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry Eighth Biennial Conference. Univeristy of Oregon, Eugene, OR.

December 2008       “The Translator’s Anxiety”: About the Bilingual Edition of María de Guevara’s Political Works” Panel on Translation. MLA, San Francisco, CA.

October 2008              “Comunidades femeninas en el reinado de Felipe IV: María Teresa de Austria y su corte.” 9th Conference on Women Writers of Medieval and Early Modern Spain and Colonial Latin America (GEMELA). California State University-Long Beach, CA

October 2007              “La cara poética de Mariana de Carvajal (2a parte): Una revisión paródica del mito de Orfeo y Eurídice.” Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry Seventh Biennial Conference. University of Cordoba. Cordoba, Spain.

July 2007              “El papel educativo de la mujer en la familia Estado del siglo XVII” XVI Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas (AIH). Paris, France.

June 2006              “Por muger contra mugeres: Las galeras de Magdalena de San Jerónimo (1608)” IV Congreso Internacional de la Asociación Hispánica de Humanidades. Madrid, Spain.

March 2006              “Rescribiendo la memoria histórica de la España del XVII: Las advertencias de María de Guevara a su rey” International Colloquium on “Intermediaries”. King’s College, London.

November 2005       “La cara poética de Mariana de Carvajal: Una revision paródica del mito de Apolo y Dafne.” Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry Seventh Biennial Conference. University of Miami, FL.

October 2005              “400 Years of Don Quijote: A Review.” Don Quijote and Cervantes Conference. Massachusetts Center for the Renaissance Studies. UMass-Amherst, MA. (Conference Chair and Organizer)

October 2005              “Cervantes y Don Quijote en las pantallas norteamericanas: Una empresa aun por realizar.” Symposium “Cervantes and/on/in the New World: Cervantes y el Nuevo Mundo. A Five College Celebration. UMass-Amherst, MHC, Amherst College, MA. (Symposium Co-organizer)

October 2004              “La fama de estas mujeres vive eterna: María de Guevara y la tradicional catalogación de mujeres ilustres.”  7th Conference on Women Writers of Medieval and Early Modern Spain and Colonial Latin America (AEEA). University of Houston, TX.

April 2004              “Una revisión del concepto de España en el siglo XVII: La teoría del estado de María de Guevara.” Conference on “Visiones Literarias del Viejo y Nuevo Mundo,” UMass-Amherst (MA).

February 2004              “Entre el atrevimiento y la sumisión de María de Guevara: Un juego de esgrima retórico.” 4th Biennial Florida International University Conference on Spanish and Latin American Literatures and Film. Miami (FL).

September 2003        “Me atrevo a decirlo así: La intelectual amazonas María de Guevara.”  Congreso internacional del GRISO, "El Siglo de Oro en el nuevo milenio." Universidad de Pamplona, Spain.

June 2003              “La madre Celestina, una cloaca en la sociedad urbana del siglo XVI español.” I Congreso  Mujeres malas. Percepciones y representación de la mujer transgresora en el mundo luso-hispánico.  Universidad Fernando Pessoa. Oporto, Portugal.

November 2002       “La consolidación de la nobleza urbana en la Valladolid que nunca volverá a ser corte.” II Congreso Interdisciplinario, Universidad de Puerto Rico. Arecibo, Puerto Rico.

September 2002        “Aphra Behn y María de Zayas: En busca de una tradición (im)propia.” (Session organizer) 6th Conference on Women Writers of Medieval and Early Modern Spain and Colonial Latin America. University of Portland (OR).

July 2002               “De la quinta a la ciudad: Carvajal reflexiona sobre la posición de la mujer en el dinamismo social del seiscientos.” VI Congreso de la Asociación Internacional Siglo de Oro (AISO). Burgos, Spain.

July 2001               “María de Zayas y El traidor contra su sangre: el cuerpo femenino en la redefinición nobiliaria del Barroco.” XIV Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas (AIH). New York, NY.

October 2000               “María de Zayas: De las páginas del libro a la pantalla de televisión.” 5th Annual Conference on Women Writers of Medieval and Early Modern Spain and Colonial Latin America. Mexico City, Mexico.

July 2000              “Del ideal vizcaíno a la novedad madrileña en La burlada Aminta y venganza de honor de María de Zayas.” 2o. Congreso Internacional de la Asociación Hispánica de Humanidades. Seville, Spain.

March 2000               “En los límites de la representación: La traición de María de Zayas.” Annual International Conference of Hispanic Classical Theater. El Paso, TX.

October 1999              “¿Quién mete a una mujer en esto? La Condesa de Escalante le advierte al Rey.” 4th Annual Conference on Women Writers of Medieval and Early Modern Spain and Colonial Latin America. University of Arizona at Tucson (AZ)

October 1998               “El esclavo de su esclavo de Mariana de Carvajal y la cuestión de la autoridad en la política sexual del Barroco.” 3rd Annual Conference on Women Writers of Medieval and Early Modern Spain and Colonial Latin America. Loyola Marymount University.

July 1998               “La costante cordobesa de Céspedes y Meneses: la política sexual del Barroco.” XIII Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas (AIH). Madrid, Spain.

October 1997              “La traición en la amistad en el marco de la producción dramática: María de Zayas como lectora resistente.” 2nd Annual Conference on Women Writers of Medieval and Early Modern Spain and Colonial Latin America. University of Virginia.

October 1996              “La concienciación feminista de Carolina Coronado.” Conference on The Powers of Poetry in Spanish, Latin American and Latino/a Cultures. University of Oregon.

October 1996              “Magdalena de San Jerónimo: la mujer patriarcal (nota sobre el desorden social del Barroco).” A Conference on Women Writers the Spanish Golden Age and Latin American Colonial Period. Texas Tech University.

August 1995              “Los límites del poder: una relectura de María de Zayas.” 1er. Congreso Internacional de la Asociación Hispánica de Humanidades. Madrid, Spain.

 

b) By invitation:
June 2011              “Del Sarao zayesco a la carta agrediana: Formas de sociabilidad femenina en la España de Felipe IV”. Keynote speaker in symposium “Liiteratura y sociabilidad en el Siglo de Oro”,  Bonn Universität, Bonn, Germany.

February 2010              “Women in the Spanish Baroque: From the Audience to the Stage” Women on Stage in the Spanish Golden Age: “Remember, Marta, I am a Woman too”, Massachusetts Center for the Renaissance Studies. UMass-Amherst, MA.

November 2008       “La concienciación feminista de María de Zayas: Una revisión” Guest speaker at Spelman College, Atlanta GA.

September 2007       “Con la pluma por arma: María de Guevara, una mujer en el discurso militar del siglo XVII” Guest speaker at the student’s seminar “Spain at War”, Fordham University, NY.

February 2007              “Don Quixote’s Representation in Non-Traditional Media: From Adult Comic Books to Chicano Rap Music” Guest Speaker. A Symposium on Don Quixote. University of Massachusetts-Amherst

November 2006      “Don Quixote’s Adventures: The Sequels” Pizza and Prof. Series. University of Massachusetts-Amherst

November 2003       “María de Guevara: Vida y Obra.” Spanish and Portuguese Department at UMass-Amherst (MA).

March 2002              “Recovering Women’s Voices: Do we Speak the Same Language?” European MHC Alumnae Symposium. Seville, Spain.

September 2000        “Conflicto nobiliario en la opulenta Sevilla del seiscientos.” 2o. Coloquio Internacional “La cultura en Andalucía.” Estepa (Seville), Spain.

 

COURSES TAUGHT
2010                         UMass-Amherst
Spanish 597 (Graduate Course): “Gender and Power in Golden Age Spain”
1999-present            Mount Holyoke College
                        RLL 105 First year Seminar           
Spanish 102: Beginning Spanish II
            Spanish 200-201: Intermediate Spanish (I and II)
                        Spanish 209: Composition and Culture
                        Spanish 210: Coversation and Culture
                        Spanish 212: Preparation for Advanced Studies
            Spanish 230: Topics such as:
“Black Spain”
Spanish 244: Foundations of Spanish Literature: (Introd. to Medieval and Golden Age Literature)
Spanish 332/330: Literature Seminars---Topics such as: 
            “The Spanish Others”
            “Recasting History: Power and Gender in Early Modern Spain”
            “Conflict on Stage: Negotiating Power in Early Modern Spanish Comedia
“Assault, Rape and Murder: Gendered Violence from Medieval to Contemporary Spain”
¿Quién mete a una mujer en esto? Engendering Early Modern Spanish Canon”
“Women Writers: Early Feminisms”           
“Understanding Coexistence: Arabs, Jews and Christians in Medieval and Early Modern Spain”           
 “La novela ejemplar del Barroco”
RLL 375 (cross-listed in Span 332, French 331, Italian 360, and Eurst  375): “Sex and the City: Gender-Power Relations in Early   Modern Europe”
European Studies 316, Participant in the seminar “The European City” Fall'01 (“The Impossible Dream of Revolution in Spain”)

1994-1999             Dept. of Romance Languages, University of Oregon
Spanish 101-203, Spanish Conversation and Spanish 316 (Survey on Spanish Peninsular Literature)

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS and ACTIVITIES (summary)

External Evaluator for Letras Femeninas, Hispanic Review, Revista Hispánica Moderna, Caliope, Támesis, University of Toronto Press, among others.

Modern Language Association: Division representative for Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century Hispanic Poetry and Prose (2008-2013)

Grupo de Estudios de la Mujer de España y las Américas (-1800) (GEMELA), previously called, Asociación de Escritoras de España y las Américas (1300-1800) (AEEA) [Association of Women Writers from Spain and the Americas, 1300-1800]
            - Host for GEMELA Conference, Sept. 23-25, 2010, MHC and UMass-Amherst, MA
            - GEMELA Conference, UCalifornia-Long Beach, 2008

            - Past President (2005-2007)

            - President (2003-2005)

- First Vice-president (2001-2003)

Association for Hispanic Classical Theater
Asociación Hispánica de las Humanidades [Hispanic Association of Humanities]
Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas (AIH) [International Association of Hispanists]
Asociación Internacional de Siglo de Oro (AISO) [International Association of Golden Age]
Society for the Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry
Society for the Study of Women in Early modern Europe

THESIS COMMITTEE and GRADUATE WORK PARTICIPATION
Undergraduate
Member of the Thesis Defense Committee for Lori Friedenberg, MHC (spring 2000): Summa Cum Laude
Co-director of Thesis Defense Committee for Jessie Babcock, MHC (spring 2003): Summa Cum Laude
Member of the Thesis Defense Committee for Elettra Fiumi, MHC (spring 2005): Honors
Director of the Thesis Defense Committee for Anna Mester, MHC (spring 2009): Summa Cum Laude
Director of the Thesis Defense Committee for Emmalie Moseley, MHC (spring 2010): High Honors
Director of the Thesis Defense Committee for Elizabeth Carlson, MHC (spring 2010): Honors
Member of the Thesis Defense Committee for Kelsey Andersen, MHC (spring 2010): Summa Cum Laude
Member of the Thesis Denfense Committee for Amy Franklin, UMass-Amherst (fall 2010)

Graduate
Member of PhD Defense Committee for María Dolores Morillo, Columbia University, Anomalías dramáticas en el teatro cómico de Cervantes (Fall 2007)
Member of PhD Exam-Major for Glenda Nieto, UMass-Amherst (May 2008)
Member of PhD Defense Committee for Isabelle Therriault, UMass-Amherst, “Oh! La que su rostro tapa/ no debe valer gran cosa” Identidad y crítica social en la cultura trasatlántica hispánica (1520-1860) (Spring 2010)
Member of PhD Defense Committee for Yamile Silva, UMass-Amherst, Prácticas Escriturales Femeninas:Espacialidad E Identidad En Epístolas En La Colonia (Fall 2010)
Co-Director of PhD Defense Committee for Glenda Nieto, UMass-Amherst (to be defended)
Director of PhD Exam-Minor for José Madiedo, UMass-Amherst (May 2010)
Member of PhD Defense Committee for José Madiedo, UMass-Amherst, (to be defended)

 

SERVICE TO MHC (summary)
Chair of Spanish Department. Fall’09-present
Co-Chair of Spanish Department. Fall’06.
Chair of Romance Languages and Literature Program. Fall'02-Spring’03, Fall’04, Fall’05, Fall’06-present
Member of college Academic Priorities Committee (APC) (2004-2008)--Chair of APC (2006-2008)
Member of FLEX (2005- present)
Chair of Foreign Language across the Curriculum Task force, 2007-2008
Member of Visiting Faculty Task Force Committee, Spring 2010-present
Member of search committee for Dean of International Students/Class Dean (Spring 2003)
Romance Languages and Literature Program Committee 1999-present
European Studies Program Committee. 1999-present
Medieval Studies Program Committee. 2008-present
Evaluator of Study Abroad programs in Spain and Chile (2006 and 2007)
Coordinator of 101-level Spanish Language Courses. 2003
Coordinator of 200-level Spanish Language Courses. 2000-2002
Supervisor of Spanish Teaching Assistants. 2000-2001 and 2001-2002
Faculty Advisor for student association MEChA. 2000-present
Liaison with the Library for Spanish and Italian Department. 2000-2006, 2009-present
Conference Organizer, “Making Connection”, GEMELA, Sept. 23-25, 2010
Conference Organizer, “Cervantes and Don Quijote Conference” Massachusetts Center for Renaissance Studies (Fall 2005)
Symposium Co-Organizer, “Cervantes and/in/on the New World: Cervantes y el Nuevo Mundo. A Five College Celebration” (Fall 2005)
Lecture organizer (Prof. Alison Weber, Prof. Frederick de Armas, Prof. Julian Weiss, Prof. Julio González, Prof. Javier Jiménez Belmonte, Prof. María Dolores Morillo, Prof. Lisa Vollendorf).

 

TECHNOLOGY, TEACHING AND SECOND-LANGUAGE ACQUISITION TRAINING (summary)
ACTFL Oral Proficiency Familiarization and Implications for Instruction. Five College Colloquin on Second Language Acquisition. UMass-Amherst, Spring 2011
Teaching languages and the use of technologies. Various Workshops. LRC, MHC. 2009-present
Digitizing the Archives, participant in the colloquium “Revealing Women”, by the Women Writers Project, Brown University, Spring 2008
Foreign Languages Technology Workshop. Spring 2006
Pedagogy Lunches. MHC. Fall 2002 and Fall 2004
Oral Communication in the Classroom. MHC. Spring 2002
Effective Teaching-Grading workshop. MHC. Spring 2000
Working with Mentors. Lunches Series.  MHC. 2000-2001
Web CT. MHC. Fall 2000
Workshops on Page Mill, Photoshop, Scanning. MHC. Fall 1999
Web-pages: Creation and Classroom Use. U Oregon. Spring 1999
Practicum Pedagogy: Techniques for Teaching Spanish. U Oregon 1994-1999
Foreign-Language Teaching Methodologies. U Oregon. Fall 1994
VII  Curso de Didáctica del Español como Segunda Lengua. Universidad de Málaga, Spain. Fall 1993.

LANGUAGES

Spanish--native
English--fluent
German--beginning (reading, writing, speaking)
Italian--intermediate (reading, writing, speaking)
French--beginning (reading)
Latin--advanced (reading)