SUMMARY OF WFU FACULTY INFORMATION FORMS

for

ROMANCE LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT

 

Reynolda Campus

2005-2006

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV. External Grants Received

V. Awards

 

I.          Publications, Performances, Exhibits  

 

Albrecht, Jane W.:

 

“The Text and Performance of El caballero de Olmedo,Comedia Performance 3.1 (Spring 2006): 11-28.

 

“Tres tragedias de Tirso.”  Ramillete de los gustos: burlas y veras en Tirso de Molina.  Actas del Congreso Internacional “Tirso de Molina,” Soria 11-13 febrero 2004.  Ed. I. Arellano.  Pamplona: Universidad de Navarra, Instituto de Estudios Tirsianos, 2005.  19-30.

 

Barbour, Sarah E.:

 

Emerging Perspectives on Maryse Conde, A Writer of Her Own, Africa World Press/Red Sea Press, 2006, coedited with Gerise Herndon

 

Maryse Condé’s Narrative Spectrum,” in Changing Currents: Anglophone, Francophone, and Hispaniophone Literary and Cultural Criticism, ed. Emily Allen Williams.  Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press/Red Sea Press, 2006

 

Exploring the Genre and Language of Film Through Comedy, Documentary, and Social Realism,” Women in French, Special Isssue on using film in the classroom. Special Issue, 2006.

 

Ewalt, Margaret R.:

 

“Crossing Over:  Nations and Naturalists in El Orinoco ilustrado.  Reading and Writing the Book of Orinoco Secrets.”  Dieciocho 29.1 (Spring 2006):  1-25.

 

“El culto a la coca:  de admiratio a scientia en El Mercurio Peruano.”  In Redes y espacios de opinión pública:  De la ilustración al Romanticismo.  Cádiz, América y Europa ante la Modernidad.  Cádiz: University of Cádiz Press, 2006:  105-120.

 

“Frontier Encounters and Pathways to Knowledge in the New Kingdom of Granada.” The Colorado Review of Hispanic Studies 3 (Fall 2005):  41-55.

 

 

 

Friedman, Mary L.:

 

Review article: “Isabel Allende’s Mi país inventado and Alma Guillermoprieto’s Dancing with Cuba,Chasqui, 2005.  [Note:  Although this piece came out before July 1, I didn’t learn of it in time to include on last year’s Annual Report.]

 

Furmanek, Olgierda:

 

"The Roles of Emotions in Establishing Meaning: Implications for Interpreting" in: Journal of Specialised Translation, Issue 5, London, 2006

"Psychodynamics of the Interpreted Event: A Possible Turn in Interpreting Studies" in: At the Crossroads of Linguistic Sciences, ed. Chruszczewski, P., Cracow: Tertium, 2006

 

Gala, Candelas S.:

 

The Poetry of Ana María Fagundo. A Bilingual Anthology. Editor and Introductory Study. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2005

 

Prologue” to Despertando la rosa y el instante. Poetry Collection by Cristina Lacasa. Lleida: Milenio, 2006. 13-17.

 

“Escribiendo el silencio: la contemplación poética de Sara Pujol.” Revista de Literatura 67. 133 (2005): 147-164.

 

Identità e scrittura: una lettura lacaniana di Cuaderno proibito di Alba de Céspedes e Donna in guerra di Dacia Maraini.” Mancarsi. Ed. Laura Graziano. Verona: ombre corte/culture, 2005. 137-151.

 

Essences Made Presence: The Poetry of Ana María Fagundo.” The Poetry of Ana María Fagundo. A Bilingual Anthology. Introductory Study. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2005. 17-48.

 

“Don Giovanni: Models and Reproductions.” Ars Lyrica 15 (2005).

 

Poetry’s Malentendu: Love, Gender, and Paradox in Pedro Salinas’ La voz a ti debida.” Revista Hispánica Moderna 57. 1-2 (double issue 2004): 121-136. [It is dated 2004 but it is coming out now]

 

A modo de introducción.” Introductory Study to Desnudos del alma by Marisa Estelrich. Buenos Aires: Nuevo Ser, 2005.

 

P/Herversions: Critical Studies of Ana Rossetti. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2004. 275 pp. By Jill Robbins, ed. Hispanófila (Spring 2006)

 

The Other Poetry of Barcelona. Spanish and Spanish-American WomenPoets. Ed. Carlota Caulfield and Jaime D. Parra. Oakland, California: An Imprint of InteliBooks Publishers, 2004.        Letras Femeninas 31.2 (invierno 2005): 192-194.

 

González, Luis:

 

Entailment-based linking theory and some implications for universal language. (July 2005). Journal of Universal Language (Korea) 6.1: 29-63.

 

Hardcastle, Anne E.:

 

“Ghosts of the Past and Present:  Hauntology and the Spanish Civil War in Guillermo del Toro’s The Devil’s Backbone.” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts.  15:2 (2005) 119-131.

 

Kem, Judy K.:

 

"Malebouche, Metaphors of Misreadings, and the Querelle des femmes in Jean Molinet's Le Roman de la rose moralisé (1500)," Fifteenth-Century Studies 31 (April 2006):  123-43.  

 

"Symphorien Champier and Christine de Pizan's Livre de la cité des dames," Romance Notes 45.2 (Winter 2005) :  225-234.

 

Morosini, Roberta:

 

Maria di Francia. Favole. An Italian translation from Anglo-Normand. Carocci, Bilioteca Medievale, Roma, 2006.

 

A “Literary Muhammad. The prophet of Islam in the cosmography of Fazio degli Uberti”, in Florence at the eve of Renaissance” (Proceedings of the conference held at McGill University, 22-23 October 2004), ed. M. Bendinelli Predelli, Cadmo, Firenze, 2006, pp. 199-218.

 

Ancora Boccaccio e i «franceschi romanzi»: «Ki verté trespasse et laisse» ovvero gli ‘ignoranti’, i maghi e i loro «fabulosi parlari», Atti del Colloquio “Boccaccio e la Francia”, Università di Firenze Maggio 2004, ed. S. Mazzoni, G. Angeli, L. Lazzerini,  Firenze, 2006.

 

Il Roman de Mahomet (1258)  tra tradizione  e riscrittura nei Commentari danteschi del XIV secolo e nella Cronica di Giovanni Villani, in Letteratura Italiana Antica, VI, 2005, pp. 293-317.

 

 

 

Sanhueza, Teresa:

 

“The Italian Contribution to Argentine Popular Culture and Theater.” Italy and Greece: Ancient Roots and New Beginnings. Lafayette: Bordhigera Inc., 2005, 128-151.

 

 

II.         Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings  

 

Alarcón, Irma V.:

 

“The effects of linguistic variables on accuracy of gender agreement in L2 Spanish.” Joint American Association for Applied Linguistics and Association Canadienne de Linguistique Appliquée/Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics. Montréal: June 17-20, 2006. [FORTHCOMING]

 

“Comprehensible input: How teachers conceptualize and implement this concept in their language classroom.” Lilly South Conference on College University Teaching. University of North Carolina, Greensboro: February, 17-19, 2006.

 

“The effects of linguistic variables on processing times in L2 Spanish gender agreement.” Workshop on Language Processing at the Joint Meeting of The Hispanic Linguistics Symposium & The Conference on the Acquisition of Spanish and Portuguese as First and Second Languages. The Pennsylvania State University: November, 10-13, 2005.

 

“Theoretical and pedagogical implications of input processing in the acquisition of morphological features by college-level learners.” 55th Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference (MIFLC). Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem: October 13-15, 2005.

 

Albrecht, Jane W.:

 

“La base estoica y senequista de El caballero de Olmedo,” presented at the V Congreso Internacional Lope de Vega: “Lope y la tradición clásica,” Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, November 2005.

 

Anthony, Elizabeth M.:

 

“A Schoolhouse in Auvergne:  Nicolas Philibert’s Etre et avoir »   MIFLC, October 2005

 

 

 

 

 

Barbour, Sarah E.:

 

May 2006, “Translation and “le pathétique et merveilleux problème de l’Identité” : Some examples from Gisèle Pineau’sFichues racines,” Annual Conference of the African Literature Association, Accra, Ghana

 

April 2006, invited to chair a panel at a Mellon Workshop on Francophone Studies, Smith College (organized by Dawn Fulton).

 

Ewalt, Margaret R.:

 

“Hispanic Enlightenments:  Traditional Views and New Directions.” – Roundtable Organizer and Moderator for ASECS:  American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Meeting in Montréal March 31, 2006.      (Margaret Ewalt, David Gies, Jesús Pérez Magallón, Jonathan Carlyon, Ruth Hill and Karen Stolley)

 

“Representations of Spain” and “Representations of Spanish America.” – Organizer and Chair for two sessions at ASECS:  American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Meeting in Montréal March 31, 2006.

 

 “Hispanic Travel Narratives:  Early Modern to Postmodern Journeys.” – Session Organizer for MIFLIC:  Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference at Wake Forest University October 13-15, 2005.

 

“Pathways to Knowledge in the New Kingdom of Granada” –Presented at MIFLIC:  Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference at Wake Forest University October 13-15, 2005.

 

“De la religión local a la ciencia global en El Mercurio Peruano” – Presented the Second International Interdisciplinary Symposium for CASO:  Colonial Americas Studies Organization at the Javeriana University, Bogotá, Colombia August 7-11, 2005.

 

Friemdan, Mary L.:

 

“The Multinational Latin American: Memoirs of Isabel Allende and Alma Guillermoprieto” Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference, Winston-Salem, NC, October 2005.  

 

Furmanek, Olgierda:

 

"The Roles of Emotions in Establishing Meaning: Implications for Interpreting" in: Journal of Specialised Translation, Issue 5, London, 2006

"Psychodynamics of the Interpreted Event: A Possible Turn in Interpreting Studies" in: At the Crossroads of Linguistic Sciences, ed. Chruszczewski, P., Cracow: Tertium, 2006

 

Gala, Candelas S.:

 

Invited Key Note Address: “La esencia hecha presencia: La poesía de Ana María

Fagundo.” Presentation of The Poetry of Ana María Fagundo. A Bilingual

Anthology. University of La Laguna, Tenerife, Canary Islands. October 20, 2005.

 

Invited Key Note Address:“Fusiones: Lorca, el cubismo y la física.” 2005 Indiana

University of Pennsylvania Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literaturas, October 15, 2005.

 

Invited Lecture: “Fusiones: Gerardo Diego, el cubismo y la ciencia.” Università Degli Studi di Bergamo, Facoltà di Lingue e Letterature Straniere, November 2, 2005.

 

Invited Lectura: “El cubismo y la ciencia en Federico García Lorca.” University of

CaFoscari, Dipartimento di Americanistica, Iberistica e Slavistica, November 3, 2005.

 

González, Luis:

 

'Se le vinieron las lágrimas': Idioms or Rule-governed Construction? Paper read at MIFLC, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, October 13-15, 2005.

 

The Satellite-frame vs. Verb-frame Distinction in Translation.  Paper read at MIFLC, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, October 13-15, 2005.

 

Grammar Instruction that Works. 3-hour Workshop at the Foreign Language Association of North Carolina Annual Conference. September 28, 2005.

 

How Do Subjects, Direct Objects, and Indirect Objects Really Work. Paper read at the Foreign Language Association of North Carolina Annual Conference. September 29, 2005.

 

Leísmo in English? And in Many other Languages. Paper read at the meeting of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese Annual Conference. New York, July 31, 2005.

 

Gutiérrez, A. Renee:

 

American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference;  Montreal, Canada; March 30-April 1, 2006.  Performative Paratext: Footnotes and Identity in Lima Fundada.”

 

 

 

Hardcastle, Anne E.:

 

El cuarto de atrás: Fantastic History as a Self-Generating Text” presented at 55th Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference, October 2005, Wake Forest University

 

Kem, Judy K.:

 

Rhetoric and Discorde in Lemaire's Trois Contes de Cupido et d’Atropos," Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April 2006.

 

"Infertility in Champier's Nef des dames," Sixteenth-Century Studies Conference in Atlanta, October 2005.

 

"Teaching Popular French Songs Through Film:  On connaît la chanson," Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference, October 2005.

 

Miguel-Prendes, Soledad:

 

The Performance of Chivalric Identity at the Court of the Catholic Monarchs,” MIFLC Conference, October 2005.

 

“Writing on the Edges: Sentimental Fictions as Marginal Art,” MLA Conference,

December 2005.

 

Morosini, Roberta:

 

May 2006: Genova, Italy. Organizer of three panels; chair of two panels and speaker in “Boccaccio mediterraneo  with a paper on  “Boccaccio in Naples: tra leggenda e storia’”.

 

10/2005: Invited lecturer at Università di Tor Vergata, Rome. Italy

 

11/2005: Invited Lecturer, Ente Nazionale Giovanni Boccaccio, in Belem, Brasil,  Casa de Estudios Italianos and UFPA (University, Facultad de Lettras); Salvador de Bahia, San Paolo. See more on  http://www.heliotropia.org

 

Sanhueza, Teresa:

 

“La incipiente presencia del grotesco criollo en El movimiento continuo de Armando Discépolo”. XIII Jornadas Internacionales de Teatro Latinoamericano. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and Centro Cultural Espacio 1900. Puebla, México, Julio 5-8, 2005.

           

Cuando las palabras no comunican: el lenguaje en Relojero de Armando Discépolo”. 55th Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem NC, October 13-15, 2005.

 

Tarte, Kendall B.:

 

Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, April 2006.  “The City on Paper.”  Organized panel “Considering the City in the Sixteenth Century.”

 

Renaissance Society of America, San Francisco, March 2006.  “Women Witnessing War in Sixteenth-Century Poitiers.”

 

Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference, Winston-Salem, Wake Forest University, October 2005.  “Teaching Cultural and Literary Analysis Through Film.”

 

 

 

 

III.  Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies   

 

Ewalt, Margaret R.:

 

IASECS:  The Ibero-American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies:  Elected in 2004 at national ASECS (the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies) in Boston.  Currently serving the final year of a three-year term as Executive Committee Member-At-Large.

Friedman, Mary L.:

 

In January, 2006, I reviewed a grant proposal entitled “Jorge Luis Borges and the Philosophy of Language” submitted to the Israel Science Foundation.

 

Gala, Candelas S.:

 

Editorial Board, Crítica Hispánica, Professional journal on Hispanic Languages and Literatures.

 

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

 

González, Luis:

 

Consultant for WFU IRB. Approximately 10 hours from January 2006-May 9, 2006

 

Morosini, Roberta:

 

2005 to date : Member of the Editorial Board of   Biblioteca di Quaderni d’italianistica’ (Canada)

2005 to date: member of the Editorial Board of  Letteratura italiana antica’ (Italy)

 

2004: Member of the  Executive committee of the Centro Lunigiano Dantesco.

 

2003: Member of the Executive committee of the MLA (Modern Language Association) division of Medieval and Renaissance Italian Literature.

 

2002 to  2005 and 2006 to date: Vicepresident of the American Boccaccio Association  (nominated and voted for a second term in January 2006)

 

2005 to date : Member of the Editorial Board of  Biblioteca di Quaderni d’italianistica

 

Puckett, Jenny R.:

 

My principal professional sideline is to work with the Advanced Placement program of the College Board. Every June I travel to San Antonio, Texas,  to serve as Question Leader at the annual reading and scoring of the AP Spanish Language examination. This task involves setting grading standards for the composition section of the exam, and then training approximately 600 university professors and high school teachers to read and score the exam.  This year we will grade approximately 112,000 exams from all over the world.

 

Sanhueza, Teresa:

 

Book reviewer for Latin American Theatre Review (University of Kansas)

 

Wells, Byron R.:

 

Executive Director, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies President, Rousseau Association

 

CAO delegate, American Council of Learned Societies

 

Member, Executive Council of the International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

External evaluator for a candidate for tenure at the University of Florida (20 hrs)

 

Whitley, M. Stanley:

 

Associate Editor (Theoretical Linguistics), Hispania (journal of the America Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese)

 

President, MIFLC (Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference) 11/04-11-05, and organizer/presider of the conference (Oct. 2005, at WFU)

 

MIFLC Executive Board, 2003-2010

 

 

IV.  External Grants Received   

 

Gala, Candelas S.:

 

$3,000.00      “Spanish Avante-Garde and the Sciences.” Program for Cultural Cooperation between Spain’s Ministry of Culture and the United States.

 

Tarte, Kendall B.:

 

$1,800.00      Grant to show five recent French-language films in 35mm.

 

 

 

V.  Awards   

 

Puckett, Jenny R.:

 

Inducted in to Omicron Delta Kappa

 

 

Sanhueza, Teresa:

 

STAR Partnership, Spring 2006