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CYNTHIA MARGARITA TOMPKINS

 

CURRICULUM VITAE 
 

CYNTHIA TOMPKINS

School of International Letters and Cultures  home phone (602) 263-5375

Arizona State University    office phone (480) 965-6281

Box 87-0202     http://www.public.asu.edu/~idcmt/.

Tempe, AZ 85287-0202    e-mail: cynthia.tompkins@asu.edu 

EDUCATION 

  1. Ph.D Comparative Literature, Penn State University
 

      Dissertation: “The Spiral Structured Quest in Selected Interamerican Female Fictions: Gabrielle Roy’s La Route d’Altamont, Marta Lynch’s La se�ora Ord��ez, Erica Jong’s Fear of Flying, Margaret Atwood’s Surfacing, and Clarice Lispector’s Agua viva.” 

      Dissertation Committee: Dr. Earl E. Fitz, Dr. Thomas O. Beebee, Dr. Christiane P. Mawkard, Dr. Daniel Walden, Dr. Carl E. Hausman. 

            Minor in Literary Theory, Criticism, and Aesthetics. 

      1985  M.A. Comparative Literature, Penn State University. 

      1981  Licenciada en Letras Modernas, Universidad Nacional de C�rdoba, Argentina

                  [6 year program, M.A. equivalent], Minor: British Literary Criticism]. 

          Profesora de Lengua y Literatura Inglesa, Universidad Nacional de C�rdoba, Argentina

            [5 year program, Certified Teacher of English Literature]. 

1978  Profesora de Lengua Inglesa Universidad Nacional de C�rdoba, Argentina

          [4 year program, Certified Teacher of English]. 

    1978  Traductora de Ingl�s. Universidad Nacional de C�rdoba, Argentina

                [4 year program, Certified Translator of English]. 

    EMPLOYMENT 

            Spring 1983 - Spring 1988 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, and Comparative Literature Program, Penn State University. 

    Fall 1988 - Spring 1989  Instructor of Spanish, Spanish and Portuguese,

                Dickinson College. 

          Fall 1989 - Spring 1992  Assistant Professor of Spanish, Department of Modern Languages,

                      University of Wisconsin-Parkside. 

                Fall 1992 - Spring 1998  Assistant Professor, Women's Studies Program,

                            Arizona State University West. 

                Fall 1998 - Spring 1999  Associate Professor, Women's Studies Program,

                            Arizona State University West. 

                Fall 1999 - Present  Associate Professor of Spanish, Department of Languages and Literatures,

                            Arizona State University Tempe. 

                      RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS 

                      Postmodern Latin American Women Writers, Latin American Film and Cultural Production, Latin American Critical Discourse: Postmodernism, Postcolonialism, Subalternity, Latinamericanism, Globalization and Transnationalism. 

                      COURSES TAUGHT  

                      Arizona State University 

                      SPA 191: Freshman Seminar—Adventures in Spanish and Portuguese 

                      SPA 325: Introduction to Spanish Literature 

                      FLA 401/598: Translation Theory and Practice  

                      FLA 481/598: Technical and Scientific Translation 

                      SPA 413: Advanced Spanish Grammar 

                      SPA 427: Spanish American Literature I (Conquest to 1888) 

                      SPA 428: Survey of Spanish American Literature (1888 to present) 

                      SPA 472: Spanish American Civilization 

                      SPA 500: Bibliography and Research Methods  

                      SPA 576: Contemporary Latin American Short Story  

                      SPA 581: Latin American Popular Culture 

                      SPA 582: Studies in Latin American Film  

                      SPA 598: Contemporary Critical Discourse on Latin America and Spain 

                      SPA 601: Latin American Feminism: literary and cultural production, theory  

                      SPA 691: Contemporary Critical Discourse on Latin America  

                      Arizona State University West 

                      WST 431: Women and Film 

                      WST 462: Twentieth Century Women Writers 

                      WST 467: Ethnic Women Writers 

                      WST 494: Mexican and Mexican American Women Writers 

                      WST 494: Latin American Women Writers 

                      GRADUATE STUDENT MENTORING 

                          Gerardo Garc�a, Ph.D, Chair, Spring 2005.

                      Elia Hatfield, Ph.D., Co-Chair, Spring 2008.

                      Gloria Encinas, Ph.D., Spring 2010. 

                      Chair 

                      Melissa Carpenter, M. A. in Comparative Literature, 2001.

                      Soledad Etchemendy, M. A. in Spanish, 2001

                      Martha Mart�nez, M. A. in Spanish, 2002.

                          Lady Cohen, M. A. in Spanish, 2007.

                          Rebecca Baker, M. A. in Spanish, 2010. 

                          Member, anticipated completion 

                          Barbara Riess, Ph.D. Member, 1999.

                              Juana Su�rez, Ph.D. Member, 2000.

                              Cecilia Rosales, Ph.D. Member, 2000.

                              M�nica Castillo, Ph.D., Member, 2001.

                          Alvaro Vergara Mery, Ph.D., Member, 2001.

                              Cecilia Mafla-Bustamante, Ph.D. Member, 2002.

                              Mar�a In�s Cottingham, Ph.D., Member, 2003.

                              Mikel Imaz, Ph.D., Member, 2003.

                              Mary Lou Babineau, Ph.D. Member, 2006.

                            Eduardo Caro, Ph.D. Member, 2006.

                          Eduardo Muslip, Ph.D., Member, 2007.

                          Mar�a Martel, Ph.D., Member, 2007.

                          Karen D�az Re�tegui, Ph.D., Member, 2008. 

                          Jorge Gonz�lez, Ph.D. 2010 (Theater).

                          Bill Brashears, Ph.D., 2010

                            Ramona Ortiz, Ph.D., 2010.

                            Rosario San Miguel, Ph.D., 2010. 
                             

                              Member of Ph.D.Comprehensive Examination 

                            Rigoberto Guevara, Ph.D. Member, 2001.

                            Luis Soto, Ph.D. Member, 2002.

                            Daniel Smith, Ph.D. Member, 2002.

                            Beatriz Trigo, Ph.D. Member, 2002.

                            Trino Sandoval, Ph.D. Member, 2003.

                            Milagros Pel�ez-Casellas, Ph.D. Member, 2003.

                            Rita Plancarte, Ph.D. Member, 2004.

                            Graciela Silva Rodr�guez , Ph.D. Chair, 2005.

                            Angela Gonz�lez Echeverry, Ph.D. Member, 2005.

                            Gabriel Osuna Osuna, Ph.D. Member, 2006.

                            Isabel Sans, Ph.D. Member, 2007.

                            Sandra Correa, Ph.D Member, 2008.

                            Assen Kokalov, Ph.D. Member, 2008.

                            Gonzalo Mart�n de Marcos, Ph.D. Member, 2008.

                            Roberto Campa-Mada, Ph.D. Member, 2009. 

                            Lorenz Chan (abd) 

                            Member of M.A. Committee 

                                Jana Carter, M.A. in Comparative Literature, 2001.

                              Jean Lauer, M.A. in Humanities, 2001.

                                Tulia Saavedra, M.A. in Spanish, 2001.

                                Carmen Sanju�n Pastor, M.A. in Spanish, 2002.

                                Alicia Coffey, M.A. in Spanish, 2003.

                            Paty Cruz, M.A. in Spanish, 2003.

                                Robert Decker, M.A. in Spanish, 2003.

                            Charles St. George, M.A. in Spanish, 2004.

                                Jami Rangel M.A. in Spanish, 2005.

                            Carmen Scales M.A. in Spanish, 2005.

                            Gabriella Sanchez, M.A. in Spanish, 2005.

                            Angela Lopez, M.A. in Spanish, 2006.

                            Regina E. Robbins, M.A. in Spanish, 2006.

                                Cristina de Isasi, M.A. in Spanish, 2007.

                            Amber Workman, M.A. in Spanish, 2007.

                            Adam Crofts, M.A. in Spanish, 2007.

                            Christopher Kark, M.A. in Spanish, 2009.

                            Aaron Arizmendi, M.A. in Spanish, 2010.

                            Bel�n Meraz, M.A. in Spanish, 2010. 

                            Member of M.A. Comprehensive examination 

                            Fernando Pezzino, Gladys Delgado Meyers, Jos� Burgos. 

                        UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT MENTORING 

                        Nina Huerta, Member Honors Thesis, graduation May 2000.

                        Kaimipono Wenger, Member Honors Thesis, graduation May 2000.

                        Sydney Moss, Member Honors Thesis, graduation May 2003.

                            Gina Gromley, Member Honors Thesis, graduation May 2004. 

                            PUBLICATIONS 

                                  Books 

                                Latin American Postmodernisms: Women Writers and Experimentation. University Press of Florida: Gainesville, Florida, 2006. 226 pages. Sole author.

                             

                              Refereed Articles

                             

                                        Published: 

                              “Walter Salles’s Central do Brasil: The Paradoxical Effect of the Conventions of the Documentary.” Studies in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature. 33.1 (Winter 2009): 9-27. 

                              “Paradoxical Inscription and Subversion of the Gendered Construction of Time, Space, and Roles in Mar�a Victoria Menis’ El cielito (2004) and In�s de Oliveira C�zar’s Como pasan las horas (2005) and Extranjera (2007)” Chasqui. 38.1 (May 2009): 38-56. 

                              “Fabi�n Bielinsky’s El aura [The Aura]: Neo-noir Inscription and Subversion of the Action Image.” Confluencia. 24.1 (Fall 2008): 17-27. 

                              “Imagining New Identities and Communities for Feminisms in the Americas. 1-33.

                              http://spanport.cla.umn.edu/publications/HispanicIssues/Debates_2008.html 

                              Translation to Spanish requested on June 3, 2009 by Dra. Cecilia Luque, Directora, Programa Interdisciplinario de Estudios de Mujer y G�nero, for Proyecto de investigaci�n "El sesgo de g�nero en las disciplinas sociales. Presupuestos ideol�gicos" radicado en el Programa Interdisciplinario de Estudios de  Mujer y G�nero del Centro de Investigaciones de la Facultad de Filosof�a y Humanidades de la Universidad Nacional de C�rdoba. Delivered July 1st, 2009. 

                              “A Deleuzian approach to Carlos Reygadas’ Jap�n and Battle of Heaven.” Hispanic Journal. 29-1 (Spring 2008): 155-69. 

                              “Una aproximaci�n deleuziana a Jap�n y Batalla en el cielo de Carlos Reygadas.” Requested translation for Revista Ohlar. Directed by Josette Manzoni. (2009). 

                              “Im�genes trizadas y significados flotantes: Lo anterior de Cristina Rivera Garza.” Hispan�fila. 152 (January 2008): 145-56.  

                              “La somatizaci�n del neoliberalismo en Mano de obra de Diamela Eltit.” Hispam�rica. 33. 98 (2004): 115-23. 

                              “Maitena Burundarena: Feminismo Made in Argentina.” Studies in Latin American Popular Culture. 22. (2003): 35-60. 

                              “Apor�a en La Selva de Alicia Steimberg” Hispam�rica 31. 91 (2002): 107-10. 

                              “Experimentaci�n y concientizaci�n en Buenos Aires Viceversa de Alejandro Agresti.” Ensaios. 4 (Dec. 2001): 27-33. 

                              “Representations of Gender, Race, Subalternity in Marianne Eyde’s La vida es una sola.” Studies Latin American Popular Culture. 20 (2001): 135-148. 

                              “Humor y melodrama en el repertorio cuartetero de Carlitos ‘La Mona’ Jim�nez.” Confluencia. 16.2 (Spring 2001):16-23.  

                              “Apor�a: la Vaca sagrada de Diamela Eltit.” Explicaci�n de Textos Literarios  27:1 (Fall 1999): 50-61.  

                              Pasos bajo el agua y 'Bosquejo de alturas' de Alicia Kozameh: tortura, resistencia y secuelas.” Chasqui: Revista de literatura latinoamericana. 27.1 (mayo 1998): 56-69.  

                              “Apor�as resultantes de la deconstrucci�n del sujeto en Como en la guerra de Luisa Valenzuela, Son vacas, somos puercos, de Carmen Boullosa y Las andariegas de Albaluc�a Angel.” [Special issue on Postmodernism]. Torre de papel. 7.3. (Fall 1997): 148-165. 

                              “Intertextualidad en Amatista (1989) y Cuando digo Magdalena (1992) de Alicia Steimberg” [Intertextuality in Alicia Steimberg's Amatista and Cuando digo Magdalena] Hispam�rica 26. 76-77 (1997): 197-201. 

                              “Los Devorados de Alina Diacon�: V�a m�stica? Atracci�n Tan�tica? Alegor�a Social?” [Mysticism?  Death Drive? Social Allegory?” Alina Diacon�'s Los Devorados]. Confluencia. 9.2 (Spring 1994): 88-97 

                              “El poder del horror: Abyecci�n en la narrativa de Griselda Gambaro y de Elvira Orph�e” [Powers of Horror: Abjection in the Fiction of Griselda Gambaro and Elvira Orph�e]. Revista Hisp�nica Moderna  46.1 (June 1993): 179-192. 

                              “La construcci�n del subalterno en textos de Hom�rica latina, de Marta Traba y Los Her�ticos, Libro que no muerde, y Donde viven las �guilas, de Luisa Valenzuela” [Construction of the Subaltern in texts by Marta Traba and Luisa Valenzuela] Confluencia 8.1 (Fall 1992): 31-37. 

                              “La palabra, el deseo, y el cuerpo o la expansi�n del imaginario femenino: Canon de alcoba de Tununa Mercado”  [Language, Desire, and the Body or the Expansion of the Feminine/Female Imaginary:  Tununa Mercado's Canon de alcoba]. Confluencia. 7.2 (Spring 1992): 137-140. 

                              “La posmodernidad de Como en la Guerra de Luisa Valenzuela” [Luisa Valenzuela's Como en la Guerra: A Postmodernist Text] Nuevo Texto Cr�tico. 4.7 (1991): 169-174.

                             

                              Co-Edited Books

                             

                                  Tompkins, Cynthia M. and Kristen Sternberg, eds. Teen Life in Latin America and the Caribbean. Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2004, pp. 325. 

                                  Tompkins, Cynthia M. and David W. Foster, eds. Notable Twentieth-Century Latin American Women: A Biographical Dictionary. Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2000, pp. 324. 

                                  Gimbernat Gonz�lez, Ester y Cynthia Tompkins, eds. Utop�as, ojos azules, bocas suicidas: La narrativa de Alina Diacon�. [Utopias, Blue Eyes, and Suicidal Mouths: Alina Diacon�'s Fiction]. Buenos Aires: Editorial Fraterna, 1993, pp. 138.

                             

                              Chapters In Books

                             

                                Translation of excerpts of Alina Diacon�'s “Autobiograf�a” in Gimbernat Gonz�lez, Ester y Cynthia Tompkins, Eds. Utop�as, ojos azules, bocas suicidas: La narrativa de Alina Diacon�. [Utopias, Blue Eyes, and Suicidal Mouths: Alina Diacon�'s Fiction]. Buenos Aires: Editorial Fraterna, 1983. 9-20, for Constantin Roman's Blouse Roumaine [Romanian women] e-book http://www.blouseroumaine.com/orderthebook_p1.html 2009. 

                                    “Iron�a, parodia y perfomatividad en Mina cruel, Sue�os del seductor abandonado y Cine continuado de Alicia Borinsky” Borinsky: Tatuajes, tango y la escritura hologram�tica de Buenos Aires. Miriam Balboa Echeverr�a, ed. Buenos Aires: Editorial Nueva Generaci�n, 2008. 29-44. 

                                    Pasos bajo el agua y ‘Bosquejo de alturas’ de Alicia Kozameh: tortura, resistencia y secuelas.” [reprint--Chasqui: Revista de literatura latinoamericana. 27.1 (mayo 1998): 56-69] in Escribir una generaci�n: la escritura de Alicia Kozameh. Edith Dimo, ed. C�rdoba, Argentina: Alci�n editora, 2005. 13-29. 

                                    “Introduction” with Kristen Sternberg, in Teen Life in Latin America and the Caribbean. Cynthia M. and Kristen Sternberg, eds. Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2004. 1-12. 

                                    “Intertextualidad y diff�rance en El miedo de perder a Eur�dice, de Julieta Campos, y Cuando digo Magdalena, de Alicia Steimberg” en Luzelena Guti�rrez de Velasco (coord.). G�nero y Cultura en Am�rica Latina. Arte, historia y estudios de g�nero. El Colegio de M�xico, Centro de Estudios Sociol�gicos, Programa Interdisciplinario de Estudios de la Mujer: Unesco, 2003. 189-202. 

                                    “La posmodernidad de Como en la guerra de Luisa Valenzuela.” [reprint--”Luisa Valenzuela's Como en la guerra: A Postmodernist Text.”] Twentieth-Century Spanish American Literature since 1960. David W. Foster and Daniel Altamiranda, eds. New York: Garland Press, 1997. 305-10. 

                                    “Historiographic Metafiction or the Rewriting of History in Carmen Boullosa's Son vacas, somos puercos.” The Other Mirror: Women's Narrative in Mexico 1980-1995. Kristine Ibsen, ed. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Publishing, 1997. 85-98. 

                                    “Intertextuality as Diff�rance in Julieta Campos; El miedo de perder a Eur�dice: A Symptomatic Case of Latin American Post-Modernism.” The Postmodern in Latin and Latino American Cultural Narratives. Claudia Ferman, ed. Garland Press: New York, 1996. 153-180. 

                                    “La re-escritura de la historia en Do�a In�s contra el olvido de Ana Teresa Torres.” [The Re-Writing of History in Ana Teresa Torres' Do�a In�s contra el olvido] Escritura y desaf�o: narradoras venezolanas del siglo xx. Edith Dimo and Amarilis Hidalgo de Jes�s, eds. Caracas: Monte�vila, 1996. 103-123. 

                                    “Erica Jong.” Bruccoli Clark Layman's Dictionary of Literary Biography: American Novelists Since World War II. James R. Giles and Wanda H. Giles, eds. Detroit: Gale Research Inc. 1995, 99-106. 

                                    “Sandra Cisneros.” Bruccoli Clark Layman's Dictionary of Literary Biography: American Novelists Since World War II. James R. Giles and Wanda H. Giles, eds. Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 1995. 35-41. 

                                    La posmodernidad de Cama de �ngeles de Alina Diacon�.” [Postmodernism in Alina Diacon�'s Cama de �ngeles]. Utop�as, ojos azules, bocas suicidas: La narrativa de Alina Diacon�. Ester Gimbernat Gonz�lez and Cynthia Tompkins, eds. Buenos Aires: Editorial Fraterna, 1993. 107-120. 

                                    “Introducci�n.” [Introduction]  Utop�as, ojos azules, bocas suicidas: La narrativa de Alina Diacon�. Ester Gimbernat Gonz�lez and Cynthia Tompkins, eds. Buenos Aires: Editorial Fraterna, 1993. 17-20. 

                                      Interviews 

                                          “Re/presentaciones: Entrevista con Alicia Borinsky.” Confluencia. 17.1 (2001): 112-16.

                                       

                                        Chapters In Proceedings Volumes

                                       

                                          “Reclaiming the Erotic: Alma Villanueva's The Ultraviolet Sky and Tununa Mercado's Canon de alcoba.” 14th GLCA (Great Lakes Colleges Association) Women's Studies Conference: “Feminism, Ethnocentrism, and the Production of Knowledge.” Bergamo Conference Center, Dayton, Ohio, November 2-4, 1990. 104-112. 

                                        Articles in Newsletters 

                                        “Postmodern approaches to negotiating religion in the classroom,” Feministas Unidas Newsletter 26.2 (Fall 2006): 33-51. 

                                        OTHER

                                         

                                          Co-Translated Book

                                         

                                            Tompkins, Cynthia and Elizabeth Rosa Horan, trans. of Martin Hopenhayn’s No Apocalypse, No Integration: Modernism and Postmodernism [Ni apocal�pticos ni integrados] Duke University Press, 2001.

                                         

                                          Translated Articles

                                         

                                            Rossana Reguillo's “Teens at the Border: for a Politics of Representation.” “Introduction” in Tompkins, C. M. and Kristen Sternberg, eds. Teen Life in Latin America and the Caribbean. Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2004. 13-19. 

                                            “Polarized Modernity: Latin America at the Postmodern Juncture,” translation of Ra�l Bueno’s “Sobre la modernidad polarizada: el caso de Am�rica Latina en la coyuntura de la posmodernidad.” Latin America Writes Back: Postmodernity in the Periphery. An Interdisciplinary Cultural Perspective. Ed. Emil Volek. Hispanic Issues 28, New York/London: Routledge, 2002. 189-201. 

                                            “Latin American Writer in these Postmodern Times,” translation of Abelardo Castillo’s “El escritor latinoamericano en la posmodernidad.” Latin America Writes Back: Postmodernity in the Periphery. An Interdisciplinary Cultural Perspective. Ed. Emil Volek. Hispanic Issues 28, New York/London: Routledge, 2002. 202-213. 

                                            “Latin America and Postmodernity” translation of Nelly Richard’s “Latinoam�rica y la posmodernidad.” Latin America Writes Back: Postmodernity in the Periphery. An Interdisciplinary Cultural Perspective. Ed. Emil Volek. Hispanic Issues 28, New York/London: Routledge, 2002. 225-233, based on an earlier version by Heidi Garc�a and Barbara Reiss. 

                                          Accepted

                                         

                                          Co-Translated Book

                                         

                                            Translation of Katherine Dreier’s Five Months in the Argentine: From a Woman’s Point of View 1918- to 1919. New York: Frederic Fairchild Sherman, 1920: Buenos Aires: Editorial Cat�logos /Siglo XXI, forthcoming, January 2010. 

                                          Articles 

                                              “Nostalgia en El cielito (2004) de Mar�a Victoria Menis.” Revista de Culturas y Literaturas Comparadas Vol II. C�rdoba. Facultad de Lenguas, Universidad Nacional de C�rdoba: El Copista Editorial, 2008.  Forthcoming. 

                                            Accepted  

                                            “Montage in Fernando P�rez’ Suite Habana (2003)” Confluencia 25.2 (Spring 2010). Forthcoming 

                                            “Montaje en Suite Habana (2003) de Fernando P�rez,’” Proceedings, ASAECA. 
                                             

                                          Submitted 

                                            “A Deleuzian Approach to Jorge Furtado’s O Homen que Copiava (2003) and Heitor Dhalia’s O Cheiro do Ralo (2006).” Dissidences. 

                                            A Deleuzian Approach to Carlos Reygadas’ Stellet Licht [Luz sielenciosa] (2008), Hispanic Journal

                                                LASA Andrew Mellon Grant “Mapping the State of Research on Latin American Cinema.” 22,000. Finalist. Not funded. 

                                                Review: Kaminsky, Amy K. Argentina: Stories for a Nation. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2008. 282 pp. ISBN 978-0-8166-4949-5.  Letras femeninas

                                                Review: Kriger, Clara. Cine y peronismo. Buenos Aires: Editorial: Siglo XXI, 2009. 270 pp. Imagofagia

                                                    Review: Page, Joanna. Crisis and Capitalism in Contemporary Argentine Cinema. Durham, North Carolina, Duke University Press, 2009. 233 pp. Imagofagia

                                                    Review: Strident SilenceWeldt-Basson, Helene Carol.  Subversive Silences: Nonverbal Expression and Implicit Strategies in the Works of Latin American Women Writers.  Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2009. 277 pp. Revista de Estudios Hisp�nicos.  
                                                     

                                                    In preparation 

                                                        “Representation of Time in/within Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSSD) in Luis Alberto Restrepo’s Primera noche (2003) and Josu� M�ndez’s D�as de Santiago (2004). 

                                                            Aesthetics of Contemporary Latin American Cinema (book)

                                                         

                                                          Book Reviews

                                                         

                                                            Portela, M. Edurne. Displaced Memories: The Poetics of Trauma in Argentine Women’s Writing. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2009. 202 pp. Feministas Unidas Newsletter.29.2 (Fall 2009) : 22-23 

                                                            “Identidades latinoamericanas: continuidad de la controversia en la era de la globalizaci�n.” Elizabeth Montes Garc�s, ed. Relocating Identities in Latin American Cultures (Alberta, Canada: University of Calgary Press, 2007) 262 pp. ISBN 978-1-55238-209-7. Confluencia. 23.2 (Spring 2008): 157-60. 

                                                            “Isolated no more” Review of Ester Gimbernat Gonz�lez's La poes�a de mujeres dominicanas a fines del siglo xx. Lewiston, New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2002. 223 pages. Vol 74 Hispanic Literature Series ISBN 0-7734-7023-9. Letras femeninas. 29.1 (Summer 2003): 236-37. 

                                                            Norat, Gisela. Marginalities: Diamela Eltit and the Subversion of Mainstream Literature in Chile. Newark: University of Delaware Press, London: Associated University Presses, 2002. 264 pp. Chasqui. 32. 2 (2003): 164-66. 

                                                            Strejilevich, Nora. A Single Numberless Death. Translated by Cristina de la Torre in collaboration with the author. Prefacio, David W. Foster. Charlottesville and London: University of Virginia Press, 2002. 176 pp. ISBN 0-8139-2131-7. Chasqui. 32. 2 (2003): 173-75. 

                                                            Roberto Bola�o’s Nocturno de Chile. Barcelona: Editorial Anagrama, 2000. World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 76 (Winter 2002): 217. 

                                                            Silvia Molina’s The Love You Promised Me. David Unger, (trans.). (Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press, 1999). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P. 74.4 (Autumn 2000): 899-900. 

                                                            C�sar Ferreira and Ismael P. M�rquez, eds. De lo andino a lo universalLa obra de Edgardo Rivera Mart�nez. Lima, Per�: Editorial e Imprenta Desa, 1999. World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 74.1 (Winter 2000): 122-123. 

                                                            Sonia Rivera-Vald�s' Las historias prohibidas de Marta Veneranda. (Bogot�, Colombia, Ltd., 1997). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 72.4 (Autumn 1998): 805. 

                                                            Julia Alvarez's �Yo! (New York: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1997). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 71.4 (Autumn 1997): 785. 

                                                            “Ma�ana ...” Review of Silvina Bullrich's Tomorrow I'll Say Enough. Julia Smith Shirek (trans.). (Latin American Literary Review Press:  Pittsburgh, 1996). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 71.4 (Autumn 1997): 765. 

                                                            M�nica Flori's Streams of Silver: Six Contemporary Women Writers from Argentina. (Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 1995). Letras Femeninas 23. 1-2 (Fall 1997): 222-23. 

                                                            “Enciclop�dica Inclusi�n.” Review of Raymond Williams' The Postmodern Novel in Latin America: Politics, Culture, and the Crisis of Truth. (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995). Confluencia  12.2 (Spring 1997): 204-205. 

                                                            Mary Beth J�rgensen's The Writing of Elena Poniatowska. (Austin: The University of Texas P, 1994). Hispania 79.1 (March 1996): 67-68. 

                                                            Joyce Carol Oates' Zombie. (New York: Dutton, 1995). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 70.3 (Summer 1996): 693. 

                                                            Iphigenia [Bertie Acker's translation of Teresa de la Parra's Ifigenia. (U of Texas Press, 1993). Hispania 78.2 (May 1995): 299-300. 

                                                            Benita Galeana's Benita. (Pittsburgh: Latin America Literary Review P, 1994). World Literature Today. 69.3 (Summer 1995): 561-562. 

                                                            Grace Paley's The Collected Stories. (Farrar, Straus Giroux: New York, 1995). World Literature Today, U of Oklahoma P, 69.1 (Winter 1995): 142. 

                                                            Homero Carvalho Oliva's Territorios Invadidos. (Hanover, N.H.: Ediciones del Norte, 1993). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 69.1 (Winter 1995): 103-104. 

                                                            Joyce Carol Oates' Where is Here? (New York: The Ecco P, 1992). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 67.4 (Autumn 1993): 825. 

                                                            Carmen Boullosa's Llanto. M�xico: Ediciones Era, 1992). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 67.4 (August 1993): 780-81. 

                                                            Ana Teresa Torres' Do�a In�s contra el olvido. (Venezuela: Monte�vila, 1992). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 67.2 (Spring 1993): 337. 

                                                            When New Flowers Bloomed: Short Stories by Women Writers from Costa Rica and Panama. Enrique Jaramillo Levi, ed. (Pittsburgh: Latin American Literary Review P, 1991) World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 67.1 (Winter 1993): 164-65. 

                                                            Rima de Vallbona's Mundo, demonio, mujer. (Houston: Arte P�blico P, 1991). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 67.1 (Winter 1993):158-59. 

                                                            Joyce Carol Oates' Heat. (New York: Dutton, 1991). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 66.3 (Summer 1992): 516-17. 

                                                            Joyce Carol Oates' The Rise of Life on Earth. (New York: New Directions, 1991). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 66.1 (Winter 1992): 132. 

                                                            Justo Navarro's Hermana Muerte. (Madrid:  Alfaguara, 1990). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 65.4 (Autumn 1991): 676. 

                                                            Joyce Carol Oates' I Lock My Door Upon Myself. (New York: Ecco Press, 1990). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma Press, 65.4 (Autumn 1991): 709. 

                                                            Clara Jan�s' Jard�n y Laberinto. (Madrid Editorial Debate, 1990). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 65.3 (Summer 1991): 459. 

                                                            Harriet Zinnes' Lover. (Minneapolis: Coffee House P, 1988). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 64.2 (Spring 1990): 310. 

                                                            Mavis Gallant's In Transit (New York: Random House, 1989). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 64.2 (Spring 1990): 310. 

                                                            Edna O'Brien's The High Road (New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1988). World Literature Today. U of Oklahoma P, 63.3 (Summer 1989): 482. 

                                                            Jane Roland Martin's Reclaiming a Conversation: The Idea of the Educated Woman. (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1985). The Journal of General Education. 38.3: 241-46. 

                                                          Film Reviews 

                                                          Carlos Sor�n’s Bomb�n, el perro (2004). Chasqui, 35.2 (2006): 184-86. 

                                                          Carlos Reygadas’s Jap�n (2005). Chasqui 35.2 (2006): 194-97. 

                                                          In�s Oliveira C�sar’s Como pasan las horas (2005). Chasqui 35.2 (2006): 186-89. 

                                                          Fabi�n Bielinsky’s El aura (2005), Chasqui 36.1 (May 2007): 177-78.

                                                       

                                                        Published Report

                                                       

                                                          “Standing Still: The Associate Professor Survey.” MLA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession.” Profession (2009): 313-50. 

                                                          “Breaking away from NWSA” in “Speaking For Ourselves: From the Women of Color Association.”  The Women's Review of Books. 8.5 (February 1991): 27 and the Women of Color Newsletter, published for the Founding Conference, May 31-June 2, 1991. 

                                                            Invited Publication 

                                                              “Teen Life in Latin America and the Caribbean” in ReVista (Winter 2004): 56. (Requested by June Erlick, Harvard University, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies. 

                                                                Creative Activity 

                                                                    Producer of a photo-journalistic video: “Images of Self-Perception of Mexican and Mexican-American Women in the Racine-Kenosha area” for U of Wisconsin-Parkside (Summer-Fall, 1991). 

                                                                  SPONSORED RESEARCH 

                                                                      Tompkins, Cynthia and Nancy Perry, ASU offer to Department of Economic Security solicitation E-CCA-03050 to revise the current Child Care Professional Training (CCPT) curriculum to reflect current Early Childhood practices and State licensing standards and to translate it into Spanish for individuals who are interested in entering the field of child care or who have been employed in the child care field with little or no training and/or education. Awarded August 1st, 2003. ($ 70.935).

                                                                   

                                                                    FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS

                                                                   

                                                                    External 

                                                                    Fulbright Fellowship, Fulbright Commission, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1982. 

                                                                    Edwin Sparks Research Fellowship, College of Liberal Arts, Penn State University, 1982-83. 

                                                                      Nineteenth Annual Carlos and Guillermo Vigil Prize Volume 22 (2003) of Studies in Latin American Popular Culture Honorable Mention to Cynthia Tompkins for the article Las Mujeres alteradas y Superadas de Maitena Burundarena: Feminismo “Made in Argentina” The Prize Committee said of this article: Applies post-modern theory to an analysis of both text and graphics from Burundarena’s numerous works to understand the tenor of Argentine feminist thought over much of the last decade. The Prize Committee: Joseph L. Arbena, Clemson University and Philip N. Evanson, Temple University 

                                                                        Internal 

                                                                          Nominated CLAS Teaching Award, 2009 

                                                                          Nominated ASU Professor of the Year, 2008 

                                                                          CLAS, Online Course Development Workshop, August 11-15, 2003. ($250). 

                                                                          Instructional Clas Grant To Improve Undergraduate Education Web based Spanish American Civilization Project, with Rebeca Siegel-Vald�s. Awarded, April 5, 2003. ($ 9,950). 

                                                                          ASU-West Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Grant, 1996 ($3,000). Reconceptualizing Latin American Postmodernism 

                                                                          ASU-West Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Grant, 1995 ($5,500). Abjection, Aporia, Intertextuality and Historiographic Metafiction: Postmodern Practices in the Fiction of Contemporary Latin American Women Writers. 

                                                                          ASU-West Instructional Development and Support Grant ($4,830). An Inter-Unit Collaborative Proposal; In the Classroom and Beyond: Race, Gender and Class and Curriculum in Higher Education (with Gloria Cuadraz, Celia Alvarez, Alejandra Elenes, Astair Mengesha--Travel Grant to attend the workshop held at the Center for Research on Women at Memphis State University, June 2-4, 1994.) 

                                                                          ASU-West Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Grant, 1994 ($4,950). Historiographic Metafiction or the Postmodern Re-Writing of History by Contemporary Latin American Women Writers and Intertextuality, Collage, and Pastiche, deployed in the Creation and Subversion of Female and National Identity in the fiction of Postmodern Latin American Women Writers. 

                                                                          ASU-West Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Summer Grant, 1993 ($ 5,500). Aracne y el Nandut�. Proposed to develop a theoretical framework focusing on the interrelation between Postmodernism, Feminism, Latin American Literature and Post-Colonial Literature. Concurrently, to review the fiction of Latin American Woman Writers to identify the texts that best illustrate the interrelation of the above factors. Building on previous research, the goal was to set the theoretical framework for a book-length manuscript. 

                                                                          U of Wisconsin-system Teaching Fellow ($1,500). Proposed to read material on ethnicity, social psychology, cultural studies, feminist epistemology and pedagogy to revise a course on Contemporary Hispanic Women Writers in the U.S. 

                                                                          U of Wisconsin-Parkside C.R.C.A. (Research and Creative Activity) Summer Grant ($3,500). Proposed to explore Images of Self-Perception in the fiction of Contemporary Hispanic Women Writers in the U.S., which resulted in a course that would meet the expectations set by the newly implemented U of Wisconsin System Requirement on Cultural Diversity. 

                                                                          U of Wisconsin-Parkside, Co-Leader of the Ford Foundation Project:  Incorporating Women of Color in the Curriculum ($1,500). The initial phase of this two year project required attending a number of workshops offered (at the University of Wisconsin--Madison) by a series of nationally renown scholars who focused on Curriculum Transformation and provided Interdisciplinary Background on: African American, Asian American, Native American and Latina Women in the U.S. The second phase implied transmitting the newly acquired expertise to a group of faculty at the home campus. In addition to organizing a number of the workshops, co-leaders were also to assist faculty in curriculum transformation by incorporating Women of Color into their respective disciplines. 

                                                                            PRESENTATIONS 

                                                                            Keynote addresses 

                                                                                “Imagining New Identities and Communities for Feminisms in the Americas,” invited Keynote address (one of three) & participation at a workshop on New Directions in Latin American Feminism/ Nuevas direcciones del feminismo latinoamericano, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, April 21, 2007. 

                                                                                    “Trayectoria y proyecciones de los Estudios de G�nero en los Estados Unidos,” invited Keynote address (one of three) at a conference on G�nero e identidades: se abren brechas para la educaci�n superior, Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico, Recinto Metropolitano, March 12, 2004.  

                                                                                      International 

                                                                                      “O Cheiro do Ralo: Cartograf�a de la adaptaci�n de la novela de Louren�o Mutarelli (2002) a la pel�cula de Heitor Dalia (2006).” Sepancine, Morelia, Mexico, October 1-3, 2009. 

                                                                                      “Montaje en Suite Habana (2003)” Primer Encuentro Anual de la Sociedad Argentina de Estudios de Cine y Audiovisual, Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Arte, Tandil, Argentina, June 16-19, 2009. 

                                                                                      “In�s de Oliveira C�zar’s Como pasan las horas (2005) and Extranjera (2007)” LASA, Pontif�cia Universidade Cat�lica de Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, June 11-14, 2009. 

                                                                                      Como pasan las horas” de In�s de Oliveira C�sar (2005): montage como narraci�n” (AILCFH Conference, Seville, October 24-26, 2007). 

                                                                                      “Nostalgia de infancia como alegor�a de la naci�n en El Cielito (2004) de Mar�a Victoria Menis.” Congreso Internacional de la Nostalgia, Facultad de Lenguas, C�rdoba, Argentina, Nov 2-4, 2006. 

                                                                                      “Maternidad, performance y despojo en El Cielito de Mar�a Victoria Menis,” Asociaci�n Internacional de Literatura Femenina Hisp�nica,” Odgen, Utah, October 5-8, 2006. 

                                                                                      “Self-Deconstructing Latin American Films” Visual Synergies: Documentary and Fiction Film in Latin America, London and Cambridge, UK, 23-26 June 2006. 

                                                                                      “Im�genes trizadas y signifcados flotantes: Lo anterior de Cristina Rivera Garza,” Latin American Studies Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 14-18, 2006. 

                                                                                      “La Forza del Estilo: La forza del destino de Julieta Campos,” Asociaci�n Internacional de Literatura Femenina Hisp�nica,” Tegucigalpa, Honduras, October 19-22, 2005. 

                                                                                      “La somatizaci�n del neoliberalismo en Mano de obra de Diamela Eltit,” Latin American Studies Association, Las Vegas, October 7-9, 2004. 

                                                                                      “Representaciones de la mujer argentina actual en ilustraciones gr�ficas, m�sica cuartetera y unipersonales” Asociaci�n de Literatura Femenina Hisp�nica, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Rat�n, October 23-26, 2003. 

                                                                                      “Maitena Burundarena: Feminismo Made in Argentina,” Asociaci�n Internacional de Literatura Femenina Hisp�nica. Santo Domingo, October 23-26, 2002. 

                                                                                      “Maitema Burundarena y sus ‘Mujeres alteradas’” Fosteriana 2001. Arizona State University, October 25-27, 2001. 

                                                                                      “Intertextualidad discursiva y f�lmica en Buenos Aires viceversa.” Latin American Studies Association, Washington DC September 6-8, 2001. 

                                                                                      “Creaci�n de verosimilitud en La noche de los l�pices (1986) de H�ctor Olivera y Garage Olimpo (1999) de Marco Bechis. Truth in the Lens. University of Richmond, March 22-24, 2001. 

                                                                                      “Iron�a, parodia y escritura perfomativa en Mina cruel, Sue�os del seductor abandonado y Cine continuado, de Alicia Borinsky.”  XI International Conference: Asociaci�n de Literatura Femenina Hisp�nica. September 21-23, 2000 Glendon College, Toronto, Canada. 

                                                                                      “Identidades del (des)arraigo.” Latin American Studies Association. Miami, March 16-18, 2000. 

                                                                                      “Problem�tica construcci�n del sujeto in La vida es una s�la, de Marianne Eyde.”  Latin American Studies Association, The Palmer House Hilton Hotel, Chicago, September 24-26, 1998. 

                                                                                      “Deseo y escritura: Vaca(s) sagrada(s) que difieren la muerte.” Annual International meeting of the Asociaci�n de Literatura Femenina Hisp�nica, Atlanta, October 16-18, 1997. 

                                                                                      “Apor�as en la construcci�n del sujeto: Do�a In�s contra el olvido de Ana Teresa Torrres, Como en la guerra de Luisa Valenzuela, Cama de �ngeles de Alina Diacon�, Son vacas, somos puercos de Carmen Boullosa y Las andariegas de Albaluc�a Angel.” Latin American Studies Association, XX International Congress, Guadalajara, M�xico, April 17-19, 1997. 

                                                                                      Intertextuality and Parataxis:  Diff�rance as Dissemination in Julieta Campos' El miedo de perder a Eur�dice, Albaluc�a Angel's Las andariegas and Alica Steimberg's Amatista and Cuando digo Magdalena.”  International Symposium “Women, Genders and Differences in Latin America.”  Society for Latin American Studies Annual Confernce, St. Salvator's College, St. Andrews, April 4-6, 1997. 

                                                                                      “The Garden of the Forking Paths”:  Female Self-Actualization in Mar�a Luisa Bemberg's Camila, Miss Mary, Yo, la peor de todas and De eso no se habla.” Asociaci�n de Literatura Femenina Hisp�nica:  University of Colorado at Boulder, October 3-5, 1996. 

                                                                                      Steps Under Water: A Rhetoric of Resistance.” Modern Language Association. Chicago: December 1995. 

                                                                                      “Intertextuality as Diff�rance in Julieta Campos' El miedo de perder a Eur�dice and Alicia Steimberg's Cuando digo Magdalena.” LASA (Latin American Studies Association), Washington, D.C., September 28-30, 1995. 

                                                                                      “La construcci�n de la otredad en Son vacas, somos puercos de Carmen Boullosa” [The Construction of Otherness in Carmen Boullosa's Son vacas, somos puercos]. XII Simposio Internacional de Literatura: La voz del otro: disensi�n y marginalidad. Caracas, August 1-6, 1994. 

                                                                                      “Uso y abuso de lo cotidiano: La posmodernidad de El exilio del tiempo y Do�a In�s contra el olvido, de Ana Teresa Torres.”  [Use and Abuse of the Everyday Life: Postmodernism in Ana Teresa Torrres' El exilio del tiempo and Do�a In�s contra el olvido]  IV Simposium Internacional de Cr�tica Literaria y Escritura de Mujeres de Am�rica Latina. Guadalajara, December 1-4, 1993. 

                                                                                      Los Devorados de Alina Diacon�: V�a M�stica?  Atracci�n Tan�tica” Alegor�a Social? [Mysticism? Death Drive? Social Allegory?: Alina Diacon�'s Los Devorados]. XI Simposio Internacional de Literatura:  Modernismo, Modernidad, Postmodernismo. [Eleventh International Literature Conference: Modernism, Modernity, Postmodernism]. Montevideo, August 9-14, 1993. 

                                                                                      “The Status of Women of Color.” Third Annual SOCI (Sisters of Color International) Conference. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, May 21-23, 1993. 

                                                                                      “Ubicando escritoras de diferentes culturas en el centro del curr�culo.” [Placing Women Writers of Different Cultures at the Center of the Curriculum]. V Congreso Internacional e Interdiciplinario de la Mujer. University of Costa Rica, February 22-26, 1993. 

                                                                                    National 

                                                                                        “Transnational Latin American Women’s Movements,” Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, December 27-30, 2009. 

                                                                                            “Difference and Repetition in In�s de Oliveira C�zar’s La extranjera (2007)” 2008 Joint Conference: National Popular Culture and American Culture Associations. San Francisco, March 19-22, 2008. 

                                                                                                “Aproximaci�n Deleuziana a El aura de Fabi�n Bielinsky.” AATSP Annual Conference, San Diego, August 2-5, 2007. 

                                                                                                “Postmodern approaches to negotiating religion in the classroom,” Feministas Unidas Pedagogy Workshop, MLA, Philadelphia, December 27-30, 2006.  

                                                                                                  “Funciones de la parataxis en La selva de Alicia Steimberg. AATSP Conference, San Francisco, July 5-9th, 2001. 

                                                                                                  “Postmodern Latin American Women Writers: Albaluc�a Angel’s Las andariegas.” SALAM Conference on Latin American Identities: Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Sexuality. ASU, Tempe, May 26-29, 2001. 

                                                                                                  “And/Or, Neither/nor: Novelty and Influence in the Discourses on Latin American Postmodernism.” “Probing the Limits of Representation in Comparatist Contexts.” Conference of the Southern Comparative Literature Association, Sept. 15-17, 2000, Embassy Suites Hotel, Phoenix. 

                                                                                                  “Iron�a y parodia en la novel�stica de Alicia Borinsky.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. University of Kentucky, April 27-29, 2000.  

                                                                                                  “Dislocaci�n causal y t�mporo espacial: ars po�tica de Ana Mar�a Sh�a, P�a Barros y Alicia Borinsky.”  North Carolina Conference of Romance Languages, University of North Carolina, March 22-24, 2000. 

                                                                                                  “Apor�a en Vaca sagrada, de Diamela Eltit.” Postmodern Latin American Women Writer.”  Writing in the Americas/La escritura de las Am�ricas. Boston University, Nov. 13, 1997. 

                                                                                                  Steps Under Water: A Rhetoric of Resistance.” Modern Language Association. Chicago: December 1995. 

                                                                                                  “Intertextuality as Diff�rance in Julieta Campos' El miedo de perder a Eur�dice: A Symptomatic Case of Latin American Post-Modernism.” Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literature. University of Colorado at Boulder: October 12-14, 1995. 

                                                                                                  “Multiple Subjectivities/Mediations.” Fifth Annual Conference of Sisters of Color International. Hamilton College: April 21-23, 1995. 

                                                                                                  “M�nica Carbone, Graciela Albarenque y el Teatro de la Luna” Un Escenario Propio: Simposio/Festival de Teatro dedicado a las mujeres espa�olas, hispanoamericanas, y latinas de USA en el teatro. University of Cincinnati, October 5-8, 1994. 

                                                                                                  Presenter at Sisters of Color International Roundtable/Sisters Council. “What We AR All About.”  Fourth Annual Conference of Sisters of Color International, University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, May 6-8, 1994. 

                                                                                                  “The Status of Women of Color.” Third Annual SOCI (Sisters of Color International) Conference. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, May 21-23, 1993. 

                                                                                                  “Review of Sandra Cisneros' Woman Hollering Creek.” 21st. NACS (National Association for Chicano Studies) Conference. San Jos�, California, March 26, 1993. 

                                                                                                  “La posmodernidad de Cama de �ngeles de Alina Diacon�.” [Postmodernism in Alina Diacon�'s Cama de �ngeles]. Mid-America Conference. U of Missouri-Columbia, Oct 15-17, 1992. 

                                                                                                  “Images of Self-Perception in the Fiction of Contemporary Hispanic Women Writers in the U.S.”  Twelfth Cincinnati Conference on Modern Languages and Literatures. U of Cincinnati, May 13-15, 1992. 

                                                                                                  “La construcci�n del subalterno en textos de Hom�rica latina, de Marta Traba y Los Her�ticos, Libro que no muerde, y Donde viven las �guilas de Luisa Valenzuela”  [Construction of the Subaltern in texts by Marta Traba and Luisa Valenzuela]. Eleventh Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures. U of Cincinnati, May 15-17, 1991. 

                                                                                                  “La palabra, el deseo, y el cuerpo o la expansi�n del imaginario femenino: Canon de alcoba de Tununa Mercado.” [Language, Desire, and the Body or the Expansion of the Feminine/Female Imaginary: Tununa Mercado's Canon de alcoba]. Eighth Annual Wichita State University Conference on Foreign Literature. April 11-13, 1991. 

                                                                                                  “New Images of Self-Representation in the Fiction of Contemporary Hispanic Writers.” 14th GLCA (Great Lakes Colleges Association) Women's Studies Conference. Bergamo Conference Center, Dayton, Ohio, November 2-4, 1990. 

                                                                                                  “Images of the Third World in the fiction of Marta Traba and Luisa Valenzuela.” XVI Annual Hispanic Literatures Conference. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, October 19-20, 1990. 

                                                                                                  “Gender and Nationalistic Discourse: Marta Lynch's La Se�ora Ord��ez.” Feminism, Writing, and Politics in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Cultures. University of Minnesota, October 12-14, 1990. 

                                                                                                  “Female Space in Luisa Valenzuela's 'Other Weapons.' ”Twelfth Annual Conference of the National Women's Studies Association. Akron Ohio, June 22-24, 1990. 

                                                                                                  “The Challenges of Inter-American Literature: acla (American Comparative Literature Association) Conference. Penn State University, March 28-31, 1990. 

                                                                                                  “Luisa Valenzuela's Como en la Guerra: a Postmodernist Text.” First Biennial Conference of the Latin American Consortium, University of Notre Dame, March 21-23, 1990. 

                                                                                                  R�o de las Congojas: trascendencia simb�lica de la autofirmaci�n personal.” [Libertad Demitropulus' R�o de las Congojas: Symbolic Transcendence of Personal Affirmation]. XV Hispanic Literatures Conference, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, September 29-30, 1989. 

                                                                                                  “Between Female Speech and Feminist Fiction: Atwood's Surfacing and Lispector's Agua Viva.”  4th Annual Graduate Women's Studies Conference: Feminism and its Translations. Princeton, March 28, 1987. 

                                                                                                Regional 

                                                                                                “Una aproximaci�n deleuziana a La extranjera (2007) de In�s Oliveira C�zar,” Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies 55th Annual Conference, April 11, 2008. 

                                                                                                “La escritura performativa en Sue�os del seductor abandonado de Alicia Borinsky” October, Rocky Mountain MLA, Scottsdale, October 10, 2002. 

                                                                                                “Alicia Borinsky, Ana Mar�a Sh�a, P�a Barro: est�tica del microcuento.”  South Central MLA. Memphis, October 28-30, 1999. 

                                                                                                “Performance en la construcci�n y deconstrucci�n del sujeto en Cierta femenina oscuridad, de Eugenia Prado Bassi.” South Central Modern Language Association, New Orleans, November 12-14, 1998. 

                                                                                                “Metaficci�n historiogr�fica o re-escritura de la historia en La ins�lita historia de la Santa de Cabora de Brianda Domecq.” Annual Meeting of the South Central Modern Language Association, Dallas, Oct 30-Nov 1, 1997. 

                                                                                                “Intertextualidad y Diff�rance en Las andariegas de Albaluc�a Angel” [Intertextuality as Diff�rance in Albaluc�a Angel's Las andariegas] 38th Annual Convention of the Midwest Modern Language Association. Minneapolis Marriott City Center, November 7-9, 1996. 

                                                                                                Amatista (1989) y Cuando digo Magdalena (1992) de Alica Steimberg � Intertextualidad y Diff�rance.”  [Intertextuality and Diff�rance in Alicia Steimberg's Amatista and Cuando digo Magdalena]. South Central Modern Language Association 53rd Annual Meeting. San Antonio, October 31-November 2, 1996. 

                                                                                                “Carmen Boullosa's Re-writing of History in Son vacas, somos puercos.” South Central Modern Language Association, Houston, October 26-28, 1995. 

                                                                                                “Praxis Intertextual y deconstrucci�n en El miedo de perder a Eur�dice, de Julieta Campos.” [Intertextual Praxis and Deconstruction in Julieta Campos' El miedo de perder a Eur�dice]. Annual Meeting of the South Central Modern Language Association, New Orleans, November 10-12, 1994. 

                                                                                                “Angeles Mastretta, Carmen Boullosa, Tatiana Lobo y Ana Teresa Torres: la metaficci�n historiogr�fica o la re-escritura femenina de la historia en la posmodernidad.”  [Postmodern Historiographic Metafiction or the Feminine Rewriting of History]. Thirty-Fifth Annual Conference of the Midwest Modern Language Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Nov. 4, 1993. 

                                                                                                “Women's Studies at the Crossroads: Oppositional Interventions from the Margins.” Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Language Association, Austin, Texas, October 15, 1993. 

                                                                                                “De la abyecci�n a la celebraci�n: el cuerpo en la narrativa de Gambaro, Orph�e, Mercado y Osorio.”  [From Abjection to Celebration:  Representation of the Body in the Fiction of Gambaro, Orph�e, Mercado and Osorio]. Thirty Fourth Annual Midwest Modern Language Association Convention. Missouri-Columbia, November 5-7, 1992. 

                                                                                                “New Images of Self-Representation in the Fiction of Contemporary Hispanic Writers.” 14th GLCA (Great Lakes Colleges Association) Women's Studies Conference. Bergamo Conference Center, Dayton, Ohio, November 2-4, 1990. 

                                                                                                  State and Local  

                                                                                                    “Aesthetics of Contemporary Latin American Film” SILC Work-In-Progress Lecture Series –Fall 2008 September 9, 2008. 

                                                                                                        Introduction and discussion of Jorge Gaggero’s Live-in-Maid (2005) at the One Night International Independent Film Series, Pollack Cinema, Tempe, Friday, June 22 and Sunday, June 24, 2007. 

                                                                                                        “A Deleuzian approach to Carlos Reygadas’ Jap�n and Battle of Heaven” ASU SPAGRAD Conference, Tempe, April 5-7, 2007. 

                                                                                                        Introduction and discussion of Carlos Sor�n’s El perro (2004) for the Latin American Film Festival held at Phoenix College, March 27-30, 2007. 

                                                                                                        “Postmodernist Approaches to Literature” Pedagogy session of “The Postmodernist Classroom, Language, Literature and Culture.” May 1st, 2004, Graduate Student Conference, ASU. 

                                                                                                        “'Las mujeres alteradas’ Maitena Burundarena: Feminismo Made in Argentina.” March 22, 2002, Graduate Student Conference, ASU. 

                                                                                                        “Humor cordob�s en el repertorio cuartetero de Carlitos La Mona Jim�nez.” Parody, Satire, Irony, Laughter and the Grotesque: Humor in Latin American, Peninsular, Luso-Brazilian, and Chicano Literatures. Arizona State University, October 7-9, 1999. 

                                                                                                        “Latin American Feminism(s) and Cultural Production.” Docent Program, Phoenix Art Museum, September 17, 1999. 

                                                                                                        Guest lectured on Women of Buenos Aires, at Dr. Foster's graduate course on Buenos Aires, June 18, 1998. 

                                                                                                        Guest lectured on Latin American Women Directors, at Dr. Foster's graduate course on Latin American Feminist Filmmaking, June 16, 1997. 

                                                                                                        “Postmodernism in Latino Research.” Workshop offered during the Inter-University Program in Latino Research 1996 Graduate Training Seminar in Qualitative Methodology held at the Hispanic Research Center in ASU, July 25, 1996. 

                                                                                                        Guest lectured on Latin American Feminisms, at Dr. Foster's graduate course on Feminismo Latinoamericano/Literatura Femenina Latinoamericana. June 18, 1996. 

                                                                                                        “Contemporary Latin American Women Writers.” (Four consecutive presentations at the Peoria High School on May 6, 1996. Contact person: Rosa de Simone, English Teacher). 

                                                                                                        Guest lectured on the construction of gender in Buenos Aires at Dr. Foster's graduate course on Cultural Productions, April 16, 1996. 

                                                                                                        “Representation of the Female Body in the Fiction of Contemporary Argentine Women Writers.” Center for Latin America. UW-Milwaukee, April 15, 1992. 

                                                                                                        “El poder del horror: Abyecci�n en Una felicidad con menos pena, Ganarse la muerte, y Lo impenetrable, de Griselda Gambaro.” [Powers of Horror: Abjection in Giselda Gambaro's Una felicidad con menos pena, Ganarse la muerte, and Lo impenetrable]. Illinois Conference of Latin Americanists. Chicago, November 1-2, 1991. 

                                                                                                        “From Dialogs to Discussion: Expanding Proficiency Through Literature.” Wisconsin Association of Foreign Language Teachers Conference, Appleton, November 1-2, 1991. 

                                                                                                        “La fascinaci�n de lo abyecto en la narrativa de Griselda Gambaro y Elvira Orph�e.” [The Fascination of Abjection in the fiction of Griselda Gambaro and Elvira Orph�e]. Sixth Annual Confluencia en Colorado. University of Northern Colorado, October 11, 1991. 

                                                                                                        “Images of Self-Perception of Mexican and Mexican-American Women in the Racine-Kenosha area.”  Multimedia presentation for the Department of Hispanic Studies and Sigma Delta Pi, University of Northern Colorado, October 10, 1991. 

                                                                                                        “The Boom of Contemporary Chicana Fiction.” Women's History Month. U of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, March 19, 1991. (Invited speaker). 

                                                                                                        “Frida Khalo.”  Multimedia Presentation, for Onda Latina (Spanish Club). U of Wisconsin-Parkside, March 28, 1990. 

                                                                                                        “La mujer latinoamericana: camino hacia la liberaci�n” [Latin American Women: On the Way to Liberation]. Casa Hisp�nica, Dickinson College, April 27, 1989 

                                                                                                        “Inter-American Women Writers:  Through Madness to a Discourse that De-Centers.” Speaker and Coordinator. Pennsylvania Foreign Language Conference. Duquesne University, September 16-18, 1988. 

                                                                                                        “Argentina: Sneak Preview.”  Multimedia presentation for the South American Field Experience Project. Williamsport Area Community College, PA, April 6, 1988. 
                                                                                                         

                                                                                                          ORGANIZER OF PANELS 

                                                                                                            International 

                                                                                                                “Cartographies of Latin American Film Studies” Andrea Molfetta, Marcela Parada, Claudia Ferman, Fern�o Ramos Pessoa, Lauro Zavala, Jorge Ruffinelli, Cynthia Tompkins, LASA, Toronto, October 6-9, 2010. 

                                                                                                                    “Transnational Feminisms” (and Chair), Women’s Caucus of Modern Languages at the MLA, Philadelphia, December 27-30, 2009.  

                                                                                                                    “Pregnant Bodies and Other Mothers in the Academy” (and Chair), MLA Committee for the Status of Women in the Profession, MLA, Philadelphia, December 27-30, 2006.  

                                                                                                                        “Encrucijadas del cine latinoamericano,” for the Film section, at LASA, Puerto Rico, March 15-18, 2006. 

                                                                                                                        “Tatuajes escriturales,” LASA, Las Vegas, October 7-9, 2004. 

                                                                                                                        “Women and Experimentalism in Writing, Film, Art Performance, and Theory III,” MLA, New Orleans, Dec 29, 2001. 

                                                                                                                        “Women and Experimentalism in Writing, Film, Art Performance, and Theory II,” MLA, New Orleans, Dec 29, 2001. 

                                                                                                                        “Women and Experimentalism in Writing, Film, Art Performance, and Theory I,” MLA, New Orleans, Dec 28, 2001. 

                                                                                                                        “Mutant Textualities: Contemporary Latin American cultural production.” Latin American Studies Association Conference, Washington DC., September 2001.  

                                                                                                                        “Latin American Urban Landscapes.” Latin American Studies Association Conference, Washington DC., September 2001. 

                                                                                                                        “Proyecto art�stico y solidario de escritoras latinoamericanas.” Latin American Studies Association, Miami, March 16-18, 2000. 

                                                                                                                        “Does Gender Have Feelings?” Feminism, Consumption, and Passionate Students. Division of Women's Studies in Language and Literature. Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association. San Francisco, December 1998. 

                                                                                                                        “Mesa de escritores: Alicia Kozameh, Alejandro Manara, Edmundo Paz-Sold�n, Nora Strejilevich. Escritura y Justicia Social.” XXI International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Chicago, September 24-26, 1998. 

                                                                                                                      National 

                                                                                                                        “Subversi�n de estereotipos y nociones esencialistas.” Truth in the Lens. University of Richmond, March 22-24, 2001. 

                                                                                                                        “Multiculturalism and What it Means to Women of Color.”  Fourth Annual Conference of Sisters of Color International, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, May 6-8, 1994. 

                                                                                                                        “Immigrant vs Ethnic Perspectives.”  Third Annual SOCI (Sisters of Color International) Conference. U of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, May 21-23, 1993. 

                                                                                                                        Regional

                                                                                                                         

                                                                                                                          “Feministas Unidas,” Rocky Mountain MLA, Scottsdale, October 10, 2002. 

                                                                                                                          “Literatura del Cono Sur: Tendencias de la literatura femenina actual” for the Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Language Association, New Orleans, November 12-14, 1998. 

                                                                                                                          President of the Allied Session of the Asociaci�n de Literatura Femenina Hisp�nica, for the Annual Convention of the South Central Modern Language Association, New Orleans, November 12-14, 1998. 

                                                                                                                          “Resistance: Multiple Mediations: Women's Forum of the 1994 Annual South Central Modern Language Association Meeting.”  New Orleans, November 10-12, 1994. 

                                                                                                                          “Postmodern Latin American Women Writers.”  Thirty-Fifth Annual Convention of the Midwest Modern Language Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Nov 4, 1993. 

                                                                                                                          “El boom de la narrativa er�tica hisp�nica.” [The Boom of Hispanic Erotic Literature]. Thirty Fourth annual Midwest Modern Language Association Convention. Missouri-Columbia, November 5-7, 1992. 

                                                                                                                          “Southern Cone Literature.” Illinois Conference of Latin Americanists. Chicago, November 1-2, 1991. 

                                                                                                                          “Global Issues.”  Central Pennsylvania Consortium's Women's Studies Conference. Franklin and Marshall College, April 8, 1989. 

                                                                                                                          SERVICE 

                                                                                                                            Professional Service 

                                                                                                                            MLA/Women’s Caucus: elected and appointed President (2009). Organizing a panel on Ethics (which includes Sara Castro Klar�n--Johns Hopkins & Gayatri Spivak--Columbia University) 

                                                                                                                            MLA/Women’s Caucus: elected and appointed 11st Vice-President (2008). Organizing a panel on Transnational Feminisms (which includes Sara Castro Klar�n--Johns Hopkins& Gayatri Spivak--Columbia University) 

                                                                                                                            MLA/Women’s Caucus: elected and appointed 2nd Vice-President (2007). Ran the Florence Howe Awards and the Annette Kolodny Prize 2008. 

                                                                                                                            MLA Modern Language Association; Appointed Member of Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession (2004-2007), which authored the Report Standing Still: The Associate Professor Survey, which presents findings from the survey of associate professors and professors that the MLA conducted in 2006. The survey studied the work experience, career paths, and career progress of associate professors, about which there has been considerable interest but little documentation. The report reveals how long men and women spend at the rank of associate professor before promotion to professor. It also looks at the different amounts of time that men and women associate professors give to teaching, research and writing, departmental service, and family commitments such as child care and elder care. Standing Still has attracted articles in Time and Ms. as well as in the Chronicle of Higher Education and Inside Higher Ed. 

                                                                                                                              AILFH Asociaci�n Internacional de Literatura Femenina Hisp�nica, President (10/2005-10/2007). 

                                                                                                                              AILFH Nominated and Elected Vice-President October 17, 2002, Update organization's webpage, www.asu.edu/languages/ailfh 

                                                                                                                              Feministas unidas: A Coalition of Feminist Scholars in Spanish, Spanish-american, Luso-Brazilian, Afro-Latin American, and U.S. Hispanic Studies: Secretary and Liason with the MLA, 2005-present.  

                                                                                                                              Feministas unidas: Secretary and Newsletter Editor, 1996-2005. Sixteen newsletters published. Set up and update web page, www.asu.edu/languages/femunida/s04/index.htm). 

                                                                                                                              LASA Latin American Studies Association. Elected Co-Chair of the LASA Film Section (2004-05; 2009-2010) 

                                                                                                                              LASA Latin American Studies Association. Elected Council member for the LASA Film Section (2003-04; 06-10). 

                                                                                                                              NEH: Panelist reviewer (IV) for NEH Summer Seminars and Institutes, Washington DC, April 28, 2003. 

                                                                                                                              Grant reviewer for: Canada Council for the Arts (2004). 

                                                                                                                              Grant reviewer for: Argentine Ministry of Education, Science and Technology [Ministerio de Educaci�n, Ciencia y Tecnolog�a, Argentina]. Reviewer of a proposal on the links between a Local Case of Cultural Production and a Latin American Aesthetics, 1960-2000, (2007).   

                                                                                                                              MLA: As the Member of Executive Committee of the Division on Women's Studies in Language and Literature in charge of the topic for the MLA 2001, proposed and selected three panels on Women and Experimentalism in writing, film, art, performance and theory, from over 150 abstracts. 

                                                                                                                              MLA: Nominated and elected to a five-year term on the Executive Committee of the Division on Women's Studies in Language and Literature of the Modern Language Association (1999-2003). 

                                                                                                                              NEH: Participation in NEH Institute, Gender in the Americas and Literature of the Southern Cone July 1 & 3, 2002 (Taught two classes, contributed to the selection process by reading 78 applications). 

                                                                                                                              SOCI Sisters of Color International. Member of the Steering Committee, 1990-98. 

                                                                                                                                EDITORIAL POSITIONS AND SERVICE 

                                                                                                                                Editor and Head of the Publications Committee, Center for Latin American Studies, Arizona State University. 6-12, 1997. 

                                                                                                                                Co-edited, with Carmen Urioste Azcorra, the first volume in the Series Premio de monograf�a Victoria Urbano 2006, Enrique Avila L�pez’s Imaginaci�n, memoria, compromiso. La obra de Rosa Reg�s: un �mbito de voces, 2007. 

                                                                                                                                Co-edited with Carmen Urioste Azcorra, the second volume in the Series Premio de monograf�a Victoria Urbano 2007, Margaret Frholich’s Framing the Margin: Nationality and Sexuality Across Borders (forthcoming 2008). 

                                                                                                                                  Editorial Board of Letras femeninas, June 2000-present 

                                                                                                                                  Editorial Board of Confluencia: Revista Hisp�nica de Cultura y Literatura. U of Northern Colorado, January, 1993-present 

                                                                                                                                  Committee member for Imagofia: the Journal of ASAECA Asociaci�n Argentina de Estudios de Cine y Audiovisual 

                                                                                                                                  Frequent reviewer of manuscripts for Bulletin of Hispanic Studies,;  Chasqui: Revista de Literatura Latinoamericana; Cincinnati Romance Review; Confluencia; Consumption, Letras femeninas; El Norte; Frontiers; Markets & Culture Studies in Latin American Popular Culture; Studies in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature; Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hisp�nicos, and World Literature Today. 

                                                                                                                                  Reviewer of a textbook on Latin American Women Writers for Georgetown University Press (August 31, 2003). 

                                                                                                                                  Manuscript reviewer for Ester Gimbernat Gonz�lez. La poes�a de mujeres dominicanas a fines del siglo xx. Lewiston, New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2002. 223 pages. Vol 74 Hispanic Literature Series. ISBN 0-7734-7023-9, 2002. 

                                                                                                                                  Review of book length manuscript titled El arca de Eva, an anthology of texts by seventeen Cuban Women Writers, at the request of the Center for Latin American Studies at ASU. This review appended to manuscript upon submission for publication by Bilingual Press (March 1998). 

                                                                                                                                    Reviewer for Tenure and Promotion:  

                                                                                                                                    Tenure 

                                                                                                                                    2009 Maria G. Akrabova, Wichita State University

                                                                                                                                          Juli Kroll, University of St. Thomas 

                                                                                                                                    2008 M. Gabriela Copertari, Case Western Reserve University 

                                                                                                                                    2007  Melissa A. Fitch, The University of Arizona 

                                                                                                                                    2006  Mark Hern�ndez, Tufts University 

                                                                                                                                    2002  Gast�n A. Alzate, Gustavus Adophus College

                                                                                                                                          Ver�nica Saunero-Ward, New Mexico Highlands University

                                                                                                                                          Mar�a Elvira Villamil, University of Nebraska at Omaha

                                                                                                                                          Mar�a Griselda Zuffi, Hood College  

                                                                                                                                    2001  Viviana Rangil, Skidmore College

                                                                                                                                          Mar�a del Mar L�pez Cabrales, Colorado State University 

                                                                                                                                    2000  Mar�a Claudia Andr�, Hope College

                                                                                                                                          Cecilia Ojeda, Northern Arizona University 

                                                                                                                                    Promotion to Full Professor 

                                                                                                                                    2007  Cecilia Ojeda, Northern Arizona University 

                                                                                                                                    1. Mar�a Claudia Andr�, Hope College
                                                                                                                                    1. Edith Dimo, University of California, Northridge 
                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                    2000  Patricia Rubio, Skidmore College 

                                                                                                                                    Personnel 

                                                                                                                                    2006 –5th year review for Aldona Pobutsky, Oakland University 

                                                                                                                                    2003 4nd year review Jos� Ch�vez, ASU-West 

                                                                                                                                    INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES 

                                                                                                                                    Co-organizer of the annual conference of the Asociaci�n Internacional de Literatura y Cultura Femenina Hisp�nica, Mujeres transtal�ntica. Cruces de lenguas. Zonas de encuentros. Sevilla, Spain, October 23-26, 2007. (200 participants) 

                                                                                                                                    Co-organizer of the annual conference of the Asociaci�n Internacional de Literatura Femenina Hisp�nica, Imaginarios Femeninos. Tempe, Mission Palms Hotel, 17-19 September, 1998. (225 participants). . [Three-day conference, over two hundred and twenty presenters, plus eleven writers, three keynote speakers, a one act play and a performance]. 

                                                                                                                                    NATIONAL CONFERENCES 

                                                                                                                                    Co-organized  

                                                                                                                                    “Sexualidades” Asociaci�n Internacional de Literatura Femenina Hisp�nica, September, 1998, Tempe, Mission Palms Hotel. 

                                                                                                                                    “Probing the Limits of Representation in Comparatist Contexts.” Conference of the Southern Comparative Literature Association, Sept. 15-17, 2000, Embassy Suites Hotel, Phoenix. 

                                                                                                                                    Asociaci�n Internacional de Literatura Femenina Hisp�nica, Sevilla, October 2007.

                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                    University

                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                    Appointed Director of the Undergraduate Certificate in Latin American Studies (2007--). Updated Distribution List, created new description, created a list of courses that could be offered for Honors Contract to promote them further 

                                                                                                                                    Barrett Honors College-Spanish Advisor, (Spring 2009). Created a list of Spanish courses that could be offered for Honors Contract to promote them further. 

                                                                                                                                    Evaluated two Boren Scholarship Applications (Janet Burke, Ted Humphrey, Michael Mitchell). 

                                                                                                                                    College of Liberal Arts Curriculum Committee (2000-03; Spring 2009). 

                                                                                                                                    Appointed Committee Member for the Undergraduate Certificate Program in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies (2006). 

                                                                                                                                    Appointed Committee Member for the Search for Director of the Center for Latin American Studies (2004).  

                                                                                                                                    Appointed to the ASU Commission on the Status of Women (2003; 2005).

                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                    Department of Languages and Literatures

                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                    Foster Latin America Research Fellowship Awards Committee (2006). 

                                                                                                                                    Appointed for the SILC Instructional Technology Committee (2006). 

                                                                                                                                    Appointed for the Search of an Undergraduate Advisor (2006). 

                                                                                                                                    Elected and appointed for the Search of a Chair for DLL (2004). 

                                                                                                                                    Elected and appointed DLL Senator (2004-05; 2009-12). 

                                                                                                                                    Chair Search for Assistant/Associate Professor of Arabic Studies (2004). 

                                                                                                                                    Chair Search for Assistant/Associate Professor of Arabic Studies (2003). 

                                                                                                                                    Chaired Search for Mexicanist (2002). 

                                                                                                                                    Took a leadership role in reviving the Comparative Literature program (2001-03). 

                                                                                                                                      Elected and appointed Member of the DLL Advisory Committee (2001-03; 2003-04). 

                                                                                                                                      Elected and appointed Member of the DLL Personnel Committee (2001-03; 2006-08). 

                                                                                                                                      Spanish Section  

                                                                                                                                        Appointed Acting Graduate Director (July 16-December 16, 2004) 

                                                                                                                                        Elected and appointed Chair of the Subcommittee of Recruitment and Retention (2003). 

                                                                                                                                        Elected and appointed Member of the Graduate Committee (2002; 2004; 2006). 

                                                                                                                                        Elected and appointed Co-Chair of the Undergraduate Committee (2005-07) 

                                                                                                                                        Participated in PFF program with Barbara Riess: class observation, interview & service component (1998). 

                                                                                                                                        PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS  
                                                                                                                                         

                                                                                                                                          AILCFH, Asociaci�n Internacional de Literatura y Cultura Femenina Hisp�nica 

                                                                                                                                          ASAECA, Asociaci�n Argentina de Estudios de Cine y Audiovisual 

                                                                                                                                          Feministas Unidas 

                                                                                                                                          ILCH, Instituto Literario y Cultural Hispano 

                                                                                                                                            LASA, Latin American Studies Association 

                                                                                                                                            MLA, Modern Language Association 

                                                                                                                                            SCMS, Society of Cinema and Media Studies 

                                                                                                                                              WCMLA, Women’s Caucus MLA

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