SUMMARY OF WFU FACULTY INFORMATION FORMS

for

Reporting Professional Activities

 

Reynolda Campus

2001-2002

 

I.        Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II.       Papers and Presentations

III.      Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV.     External Grant Received

 

 

I.  Publications, Performances, Exhibits  

 

Friedman, Mary L.

 

“Jose Donoso’s ‘Taratuta: The Uses of Cultural Patrimony,” Louisville Conference on Twentieth Century Literature, University of Louisville, February 21-23, 2002.

 

Furmanek, Olgierda

 

ATA Chronicle February 2002; “Educating Future Leaders”

 

Gala, Candelas S.

 

“De la parodia al patetismo: Lorca, Dalí y Buñuel.”  Cauce.  Revista de filología y su didáctica (Nos. 22-23, 1999-2000): 469-4888. Hommage to Enrique Diez-Canedo Reixa. Universidad de Sevilla, Diputación de Badajoz: Secretariado de publicaciones de la universidad de Sevilla.

           

“Cristina Lacasa, ‘Tejedora del decir del planeta’.”  La Estafeta Literaria 14-15, VII época (2001): 27-30.

 

González, Luis

 

Activities to accompany a CD for Interacciones, 4th ed. With Rebekah Morris. December 2001. Published by Heinle & Heinle, Boston, MA.

 

Kelley, Paul B.

 

Stories for Nothing: Samuel Beckett’s Narrative Poetics (New York & Geneva: Peter Lang, 2002).

 

“Marcel Proust’s Remembrance of Things Past: The Long-lost Galley Proofs,” in Dictionary of Literary Biography: Yearbook 2000  (Spring 2001).

 

 

 

Morosini, Roberta

 

Book review: “Il viaggio ideologico” di Boccaccio: dalle tormentate spiagge dell’eros al     tranquillo porto dell’agape. A review of the book by Eugenio Giusti, “Dall’amore cortese alla comprensione.  Il viaggio ideologico di Giovanni    Boccaccio dalla Caccia di Diana al Decameron. Milano: LEL, 1999.  Italica.  Fall 2001.

 

A Sud: tra pescatori di nuvole, cacciatori di elefanti e ladri di ricordi. Viaggio nel pianeta sottosopra con Erri De Luca e Gerardo Bufalino. Scrivere nella polvere: saggi su Erri De Luca edited by Myriam S. Ruthenberg. Pisa: E.T.S., 2001.  

 

A “Plebeian Nymph” in Naples: “Representational Spaces” and Labyrinth in Domenico Rea’s Ninfa Plebea, in  Women and the City edited by Daria Valentini & Janet Smarr ( Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2001).

 

Morris, Rebekah L.

 

Co-authored a CD-ROM of reading, writing, and listening activities to accompany the latest edition of the intermediate Spanish textbook Interacciones.

 

Murphy, Stephen

 

“Du Bartas, d’Aubigné, et le triomphe militant,” in Pétrarque en Europe XIVe-XXe siècle, ed. Pierre Blanc (Paris: H. Champion, 2001).

 

“Idoles et statues poétiques à la Renaissance,” in Poétiques de l’objet, ed. François Rouget (Paris: H. Champion, 2001).

 

“Catherine, Cybele, and Ronsard’s Witnesses,” in High Anxiety: Masculinity in Crisis in Early Modern France, ed. Kathleen Long (Kirksville, MO: Truman State UP, 2002)

Book.

 

Richards, Keith J.

 

Review of “The Fat Man from La Paz: Contemporary Fiction from Bolivia.” Edited by Rosario Santos. New York:  (Seven Stories Press, 2000).

 

Review: Latin American Cinema and Arts, #63, Fall 2001, pp.90-91.

 

Speaker at the IV Latin American Film and Video Festival, UNC Chapel Hill and Duke University, November 2001, introduced the films El chacotero sentimental (The Sentimental Teaser) and  Amores perros (Love’s a Bitch).

 

 

Sanhueza, Teresa

 

“Entre el ser y el parecer: la construcción de los personajes dramáticos en Saverio el cruel”. Latin American Theatre Review 35/1 (Fall 2001): 27-45.

 

“Armando Discépolo: Un obstinado transgresor de géneros”. Teatro. Revista del Complejo Teatral de Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires, Año XXII, N. 65 (August 2001): 7-13.

 

Book Review:

Sylvia Saítta. El escritor en el bosque de ladrillos. Una biografía de Roberto Arlt. Buenos Aires: Editorial Sudamericana, 2000. Revista Iberoamericana. Vol. LXVII. N. 196 (July-September 2001): 591-593.

 

Vitti, Antonio

 

La Ciociaria nel cinema in a volume on La Ciociaria nella letteratura e nel cinema by Cadmo Press, pp. 295-308.

 

Il suo cavallo, un inedito soggetto cinematografico di Giuseppe De Santis by Studi Italiani , 2001, XIII, 2, pp.135-159.

 

 

Wells, Byron R.

 

“Rousseau’s Legislators and the Exemplar of Sparta.” Pensée libre, 8 (2001), 212-220.

 

Whitley, Stanley M.

 

2001 “Opposite Phonologies: A Parameter of Rhythm in Germanic and Romance,” Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference, UNC-Wilmington, 10/12/2001.

 

 

II.   Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings

 

Albrecht, Jane W.

 

Paper: “Teaching the Quijote With Its Film Versions.”  New College Conference on Medieval‑Renaissance Studies, Sarasota, Florida, March 2002.

 

Paper: “Cervantes’s Best Play:  Don Quijote.  AATSP, San Francisco, California, July 2001. 

 

Barbour, Sarah E.

 

November 2001, “At Home in Exile: Reading Maryse Condé’s Les

 

Derniers rois mages,” International Conference on Caribbean Literature, Fort-de-France, Martinique

 

Corradini, Corrado

 

“Borges’ ‘Funes the Memorious’: a Case of Excessive Logic.” Paper delivered at the 51st Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference. The University of North Carolina at Wilmington, October 2001.

 

“Lost in Time: Bewilderment at the Court of Federico II.”  Paper delivered at the 37th International Congress on Medieval Studies. Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University, May 2002.

 

Ewalt, Margaret

 

“The Eyes Have It:  An Epistemology of Vision in El Orinoco ilustrado.” – Presented at American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies (ASECS) Annual Meeting at the Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, Colorado, April 4-7, 2002.

 

Chair and organizer of ASECS session April 6, 2002 entitled “Curiosity and Wonder in the Marvelous New World.”

 

Gala, Candelas S.

 

“El arte en la clase de español: Lorca, Dalí y Buñuel.” Invited lecture at Mester-International Studies División of the University of Salamanca. Part of the Course on the Formation and Specialization of Teachers. June 9, 2001.

 

“Lorca: Diván del Tamarit o una escritura en trance.”       Invited lecture at the Dipartimento di Studi anglo-americani e ibero-americani, University of Ca’ Foscari, Venice, April 24th, 2001.      

 

“Identity and Writing: A Lacanian Reading of Alba de Céspedes’ Quaderno proibito and Dacia Maraini’s Donna in Guerra.” Symposium “Pagine dell’Io” at Casa Artom, Wake Forest University in Venice, Italy. December 15-16, 2001.

 

“Lorca’s Suites: Reflections On Cubism and the Sciences.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April 2002.

 

González, Luis

 

Activities to accompany a CD for Interacciones, 4th ed. With Rebekah Morris. December 2001. Published by Heinle & Heinle, Boston, MA.

 

 

Kelley, Paul

 

“D’un espace inutile: Perec, Proust, and Architectural Motif in La Vie mode d’emploi. International Colloquium, 20th / 21st Century French Studies, “French in/and Other Disciplines.” Hartford Connecticut, April 4-7, 2002.

 

“Life in the Balance: Malone meurt and the Proustian Lifework Reconsidered.” Eighth Annual Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, March 21-23, 2002.

 

Kem, Judy

 

"Medical Humanism and Misogyny in Champier's Nef des dames vertueuses," Thirteenth Biennial New College Conference on Medieval-Renaissance Studies, Sarasota, Florida, March 14,  2002.

 

"The Ship Metaphor in Symphorien Champiers Nef des dames vertueuses," Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, April 19, 2002

 

Morosini, Roberta

 

From the  Filocolo to the Genealogia. A story on Boccaccio’s poetics.                            April 23, Medieval group studies at  Wake Forest University.

 

Organizer and chair of a panel on  “Literature for/of theCourt:                                             Mediterranean ‘voices’ of  Medieval Italy” for the ICLS (International                              Courtly Literature Society)  at  Kalamazoo (MI) 2002

 

Murphy, Stephen

 

“Plato, Ficino, La Haye,” at Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Denver, October 2001.

 

“Du Verdier and the Translators,” at Renaissance Society of America meeting, Scottsdale, AZ, April 2002.

 

Richards, Keith J.

 

Presentation: Bolivia and Indigenous Culture as Parallel Dimensions in Mauricio Calderón’s The Lake Triangle (El Triángulo del Lago), West Virginia University’s 26th Colloquium on Literature and Film: “Symbiosis / Synergism: The Relationship Between Science, Literature and Film”.  September 28th 2001.

 

Presentation:  La encrucijada fatídica: Amores Perros de Alejandro González Iñárritu. in panel "Latinoamérica en el cine: violencia, política doméstica y cambio social" LASA conference, Washington DC.  September  6th 2001.

 

Sanhueza, Teresa

 

“Los de arriba, los de abajo: la dupla personajes-espacio en Babilonia (1925) de Armando Discépolo.51st Annual Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference. The University of North Carolina ( October 11-13, 2001). Wilmington, North Carolina.

 

“El movimiento continuo (1916): Un híbrido particular de Armando  Discépolo” will be delivered at the New England Council of Latin American Studies Conference. Salem State College. (November 3, 2001). Salem, Massachusetts.

 

Tarte, Kendall B.

 

“Renaissance Conduct Books, the Literary Salon, and Women’s Fame in Sixteenth-Century France,” paper presented at Sixteenth-Century Studies Conference, Denver, Colorado, October 2001.

 

Vitti, Antonio

 

Lecture at UNC at Greensboro on Italian Neorealism on Feb. 2001.

 

Paper presented at the annual AATI at Washington D.C. Nov.  2002.

 

Paper presented in Italy at the International Conference on Ciociaria in Literature and Films.  Jan. 2002.

 

Wells, Byron R.

 

“Virtues of the Emperor: Voltaire, China, and the Cosmopolitan Spirit.” American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.  Colorado Springs. April 2002.

 

 

Wooten, Jennifer A.

 

Paper entitled “Recreating Creation: Vindicating the Mother/Whore in Carlos Morton’s El jardín  and Cherrie Moraga’s Loving in the War Years” presented at 51st Annual Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference at UNC-Wilmington on October 12, 2001.

 

 

 

 

 

III.  Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies 

 

 

Albrecht, Jane W.

 

Treasurer, North American Catalan Society

 

Gala, Candelas S.

 

Editorial Board of Crítica Hispánica

 

Editorial Board of North Carolina Series in Romance Languages and Literatures, U of NC-Chapel Hill

 

Reviewer and Evaluator of Book Manuscripts for Bucknell University Press

 

Reviewer and Evaluator for a candidate considered for tenure and promotion by Florida International University

 

Puckett, Jenny R.

 

Educational Testing Service – College Board, table leader of annual advance placement Spanish Language Exam  (reading/scoring).

 

Murphy, Stephen

 

Referee for manuscripts submitted to PMLA and Renaissance Quarterly.

 

Wells, Byron R.

 

Editorial Board, Eighteenth-Century Studies

 

Editorial Reader, Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture

 

Executive Director, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

 

Vice President, Rousseau Association

 

Executive Committee, International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

 

Executive Committee, Conference of Administrative Officers of the ACLS

 

External evaluator of candidate for promotion to full professor at DePaul University

 

External evaluator of candidate for tenure and promotion to associate professor at U. of Tennessee

Vitti, Antonio

 

Outside reader for Italica.  Journal of  Italian Studies.

 

Outside reader for the selection of papers for the Romance Languages Conference

in Florida. 

 

 

IV.  External Grants Received  (See Part J of the faculty member's form.  Include in this summary only requests which have actually been funded.)

 

 

Miguel-Prendes, Sol

 

$20,000          “Contemplative Practices and Literary Creation.”  American Council of Learned Societies.

 

Wooten, Jennifer A.

 

$1,200            Spanish Film Studies, Estudio Internacional Sampere, Spain.