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Awards, Recognition, and Scholarly Work
Partyka, Betsy. “Lo paranormal encuentra su nicho en la literature paraguaya.” Cincinnati Conference in Romance Languages and Literatures (April 1, 2017).
Alonso Sameño, Emilia
|“Cross-cultural sensitivity and target-language exposure,” Ariadna Sánchez-Hernández* and Emilia Alonso-Marks. Paper presented at ELIA Conference, Universidad de Sevilla, July 1-3, 2015.|
“Repackaging the Enlightenment Concept of Progress: Barbarism, Genius, Language and Happiness.” Scholars Program Colloquium. Ohio University, March 2016.
|Coski, C. “Spang, Rebecca. Stuff and Money in the Time of the French Revolution.” French Review. 89.4 (2016): 253-254.|
|“Theater Reminiscences: The Politics of Memory after the Expulsion of the Moriscos.” Middle East Studies Association (MESA). Boston, Massachusetts, November 17-20, 2016.|
|“Humor and Criticism: Moriscos and Amerindians in Gaspar Aguilar’s Theater.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference (KFLC). Lexington, Kentucky, April 14-16, 2016.|
|“Stereotypes in the Classroom: Dealing with the ‘Other’ in the Spanish Comedia.” Symposium of the Association for Hispanic Classical Theater (AHCT). El Paso, Texas, March 31-April 2, 2016.|
|“Clandestine Performances: The Hidden Stratagems of Moriscos on Stage.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Conference (RSA). Boston, Massachussets, March 31-April 2, 2016.
(Abstract accepted for presentation)
|“Theater and Islam in Early Modern Spain: The Curious Case of the Moriscos.” American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA). Cambridge, Massachusetts, March 17-20, 2016.|
|Gallego, M. (2016). “An Analysis of Semantic Predictors of Mood in Central Argentinian Spanish.” In Cuza, A., Olson, D. (Eds.), Selected Proceedings of the 16th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium (pp 301-316). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project|
|Gallego, M. & Pozzi, R. “The role of morphological saliency in L2 Spanish mood recognition and production.” Paper presented in the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, Orlando, FL, April.|
Pozzi, R. & Gallego, M. “The development of regional features by L2 learners of Spanish in Argentina: The case of vos.” Paper presented in the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, Orlando, FL, April.
|“Challenging Cognitive Dissonance in the Teaching of History and Culture.” 14th Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities.|
|Poetry Reading. Marathon de Poesía. Teatro de la Luna. Washington D.C.|
|2016 Berroa, Rei. Puesto el Pie en el Estribo . Colección Libros La Luna, Volúmen 11. Dominican Republic: Búho Printer, 2016, 237-267. Anthology|
|2016 Palitachi, María. Voces de América Latina. ediciones de mediaIsla. Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.|
|“Faculty Learning Communities: Strategies for Success,” poster presentation, Lilly Conference on Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning, Austin, TX, January 16.|
|“Traces of American Urban Youth Cinema in Umut Dag’s Risse im Beton” at the Austrian Studies Association, Annual Conference, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria.|
|“Growing Roots in Texas: The Concept of ‘Heimat’ in Lisa Kahn’s Poetry,” SGAS 40th Annual Symposium, San Antonio, Tx, April 2016.|
|“The Holocaust for Modern Times: Philipp Kadelbach’s Remake of Naked among Wolves.” 88th Annual SAMLA Conference, Jacksonville, FL, November 2016.|
|“La experimentación narrativa en Morirás lejos de José Emilio Pacheco” in the Feria Internacional de Lectura de Yucatán and UC-Mexicanistas (Merida, Mexico, March 2016)|
|Justin, Henri. Contes policiers et autres. Paris: Classics Garnier, 2014. Poe Studies. In Press 2016.|
Borges’s Poe. The Influence and Reinvention of Edgar Allan Poe in Spanish America by Emron Esplin. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2016.
Manuscript evaluator for: Borges’s Poe. The Influence and Reinvention of Edgar Allan Poe in Spanish America by Emron Esplin. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2016.
|Workshop on language assessment for ACTFL|
Alonso Sameño, Emilia: “Degrees of subjunctive vitality among monolingual speakers of Peninsular and Argentinian Spanish,” Muriel Gallego and Emilia Alonso-Marks. Borealis: An International Journal of Hispanic Linguistics, 3:2, 95-105. December 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.7557/22.214.171.12429
—. “El universo estético de Isaac del Vando Villar: De la Andalucía moderna a las películas de Gardel, el jazz de Paul Whiteman, el bastón de Fred Astaire” [The aesthetic universe of Isaac del Vando Villar: From modern Andalusia to Gardel's films, Paul Whiteman's jazz, Fred Astaire's cane], Thomas R Franz and Emilia Alonso-Marks. Literatura y cine: En el bicentenario de la independencia de Iberoamérica y de la Constitución de Cádiz. Ed. Jorge H. Valdivieso and Enrique Ruiz-Fornells Silverde. 2014. 40-46. Print. ISBN: 1-931139-73-3.
—. “Mecanismos de evaluación del profesorado en Ohio University (USA) y en la Universidad de Sevilla” [Teaching Evaluation Procedures at Ohio University (USA) and Universidad de Sevilla], Emilia Alonso-Marks and María Dolores Rubio de Medina. SelectedProceedings of the II Conference on Quality of University Teaching and Surveys: Assessment of the Bolonia Plan. Ed. A.M. Chocrón-Giráldez, D. García-San José and M.T. Igartua-Miró. Secretaría de Recursos Audiovisuales. Universidad de Sevilla, Spain. 2014. CD-Rom. ISBN 9788415881711.
—. “Subjunctive use variation among monolingual speakers: A cross-dialect analysis,” Muriel Gallego and Emilia Alonso-Marks. Spanish in Context, 11:3, 357-380. December 2014.
Belousova, Vera: Promotion to Senior Lecturer
Delgado, José : National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar “Latin American Theater Today.” Buenos Aires (Argentina) from June 15 to July 10, 2015. Selected.
—. “La Muy Leal” [Very Loyal.] Comisión para la Celebración de los 500 Años del Asentamiento Español e Indígena de Arecibo. [Committee for the Celebration of the 500Years of the Spanish and Indigenous Settlement in Arecibo.] Casa Ulanga, Arecibo. 10 March 2015. Invited talk.
—. “Lectura de poemas” [Poetry Reading.] 7mo. Festival Internacional de Poesía en Puerto Rico. [ 7th International Poetry Festival of Puerto Rico.] Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Cayey: Museo Pío López Martínez [University of Puerto Rico at Cayey: Pío López Martínez Museum.] 17 March 2015. Invited.
—. [7th International Poetry Festival of Puerto Rico.] Teatro Taboas, Manatí. [Taboas Theater, Manatí.] 19 March 2015. Invited.
—. [7th International Poetry Festival of Puerto Rico.] The Poet’s Passage, San Juan. 19 March 2015. Invited.
—. Delgado, José: “Imagen e Imaginario” [Image and Imaginary.] V. Congreso Internacional de Literatura [Fifth International Literary Conference.] Universidad de Puerto Rico Recinto de Arecibo [University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo.] 19 March 2015. Accepted.
—. Delgado, Pepo. “Julepe” [Hullabaloo.] Azahares: Spanish Language Creative Literary Magazine. May. 2015: 29. Accepted. http://uafs.edu/academics/azahares-spanish-language-creative-literary-magazine
Denbow, Signe: Promotion to Senior Lecturer
Moretti-Coski, Brigitte: Promotion to Senior Lecturer
Reichenbach, Barb for writing the massive NCATE reports and winning: National recognition for the Spanish, French and German education licensure programs, sponsored by the DML
Sathes, Nik was awarded the Max Kade Prize for the Best Article in the Journal of Austrian Studies for the year 2014 (Issue 48). Of the 20 articles published last year, the Editorial Board unanimously chose Nik’s as the best. The article is titled: “Just in Time: Erwin Wagenhofer’s Appropriation of the Classical Western Genre in Black Brown White (2011)” amd it appeared in the Journal of Austrian Studies (47.4, 2014) p 39-64.
Sisson, Michael: Promotion to Associate Lecturer
Steigerwald, Annette: Promotion to Senior Lecturer
Torres, Daniel: 2014-2015 Outstanding Faculty Research and Scholarship Award in the Humanities
Trapp, Carisa: Promotion to Associate Lecturer
Vines, Lois:Professor of French and Distinguished Teaching Professor of Humanities, is the co-recipient of the Outstanding Instructor Award presented by University College and the Learning Communities Program on January 25, 2015. Candidates are nominated by students participating in the more than 200 Learning Communities at Ohio University, which are designed to engage first-year students in academic and social activities as soon as they arrive on campus. Dr. Vines created the Learning Community “Foreign Languages and Intercultural Connections” for participants studying other languages, linguistics, and any field in which they would like to continue perfecting language competence. The group of about fifteen students take a common course and a weekly seminar directed by Dr. Vines that introduces them to the many international opportunities offered on campus and abroad. They learn, for example, how to earn a Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language and how to prepare to be a candidate for nationally competitive awards. During the ten years Dr. Vines has been a seminar instructor, three of her students have been recipients of a Fulbright award, a highly competitive national honor.
Alonso Sameño, Emilia : The Ann Campbell Brown Distinguished Service Award
Delgado Costa, José. Invited. “Foguear inéditos” [Airing of Unpublished Poems] Hispanic Poetry Recital, 65th Annual University of Kentucky Foreign Language Conference (UKFLC), Lexington, April 10, 2014.
Franz,Tom. ”Galdós’s GLORIA: Tweaking the Paradigm of Wagner’s DER FLIEGENDE HOLLÄNDER.” New study submitted to professor at U of North Carolina-Chapel Hlil on 1-18-14 for inclusion in anthology on music theory and literature that she is editing. 23 pp.
Franz,Tom. ”LA RAMPA: Carmen de Burgos contra Pío Baroja” [LA RAMPA: Carmen de Burgos versus Pío Baroja." Paper delivered as part of Burgos seminar at Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, KY, 4-10-14.
King, Adam R. (Adi). “The Pedagogy of Pulp: Liberated Sexuality and its Consequences through the Eyes of Vicki Baum’s stud. chem. Helene Willfüer.” Detectives, Dystopias, and Poplit: Studies in Modern German Genre Fiction. Ed. Bruce Campbell, Alison Guenther-Pal, and Vibeke Rützou Petersen. Rochester, NY: Campbell House, 2014. 183 – 206. Print.
Such, Barbel. ‘Nach zehn Jahren Widerstand gegen den American way of life habe ich endlich meinen europäischen Bettelhochmut aufgegeben...’[‘After ten years of resisting the American way of life, I have finally let go of my European beggar’s arrogance.’]: Alfred Gong’s Immigrant Experience as Reflected in his New Yorker Geschichten [New York Stories].” Society for German-American Studies 38th Annual Symposium, Milwaukee, WI, April 2014.
Dr. Daniel Torres has been invited to the Festival de la Palabra in Puerto Rico.
Torres, Daniel. “Encuentros personales y textuales con José Emilio Pacheco” [Personal and Textual Encounters With José Emilio Pacheco] at the Feria Internacional de Lectura de Yucatán [International Reading Fair of the Yucatan] (Merida, México, March)
Torres, Daniel. ”Aproximación crítica al El Cantar de los Cantares y Una noche de Constantino Cavafis en palabras de José Emilio Pacheco” [Critical Approximation to Song of Songs and One Night by Constantin Cavafy In the Words of José Emilio Pacheco] at the 34th Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages (University of Cincinnati, March)
Torres, Daniel. “Encuentros personales y textuales con José Emilio Pacheco” [Personal and Textual Encounters With José Emilio Pacheco] in El postantillano (http://www.elpostantillano.com/pagina-0/historia/9148-daniel-torres.html), February.
Torres, Daniel. “Aproximación crítica al El Cantar de los Cantares y Una noche de Constantino Cavafis en palabras de José Emilio Pacheco” [Critical Approximation to Song of Songs and One Night by Constantin Cavafy In the Words of José Emilio Pacheco] in El postantillano (http://www.elpostantillano.com/pagina-0/critica-literaria/9972-daniel-torres.html), April.
Torres, Daniel. “Llega Lorca” [Lorca Arrives] “desde entonces” [Since Then] “Aquí” [Here] in Suburbano: Revista Cultural Miami (http://sub-urbano.com/los-poetas-nunca-pecan-demasiado-9/), April 2014
Alonso Marks, Emilia. Director of the Institute for the Empirical Study of Languages (IESL). 2013.
Gallego, Muriel. College of A&S Dean’s Outstanding Teacher Award. 2012-2013.
Gallego, Muriel. A&S First Faculty Learning Community. 2013.
Moore, Jaime E. Espinoza and Emilia Alonso-Marks. “Heritage Spanish speakers in school settings: Are their needs being met?”Bilingual and Multilingual Education in the 21st century: Building on Experience. Ed. by Christián Abello-Contesse, Paul Chandler, María Dolores López-Jiménez and Rubén Chacón-Beltrán. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 2013. 299-314. Print.
Alonso Marks, Emilia. Presidential Teacher Award. 2012-2016
Fellini, Federico. “Amarcord, or Fellini’s Rumination on Fascism and Politics.” Trans. Christopher B. White. Inventory 3 (2012): 23-28. Print.
Ferrer, Renée. The Knots of Silence. Trans. Betsy Partyka. New Orleans: UP of the South, 2012.
Gallego, Muriel. Charles J. Ping Teaching Fellow. 2012-2013
Helm, Yolande. Promotion to Full Professor of French. 2012
Partyka, Betsy. “Itinerario del deseo/ Itinerary of Desire”. Book presentation. Feria del libro. Miami, FL, 2012.
Reichenbach, Barb. Dean’s Group II Special Recognition Award. 2012
Rodina, Herta. Dean’s Outstanding Teacher Award. 2012
Rodina, Herta. Charles J. Ping Teaching Fellow. 2012-2013
Shevchenko, Mila. “Post-Apocalyptic Crises in Georgi Gospodinov’s ‘And All Turned Moon’.” ASEEES (Association Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies) Annual Convention. New Orleans 11/15-11/18/2012.
Such, Bärbel. Gong, Alfred. Der letzte Diktator. Tragödie. Aachen: Rimbaud, 2012.
White, Christopher B. “Totò e Carolina and the Encumbrances of Postwar Film Censorship.” Journal of Italian Cinema and Media Studies 1.2 (2013). Print. Forthcoming in March
Alonso Marks, Emilia. Promotion to full professor. 2011
Burton, David. Jeanette Grasselli Brown Faculty Teaching Award in the Humanities. 2011
Rodina, Herta. Arts & Sciences faculty development award to participate in a Social Networking Technology course. 2011
Sathe, Nik Dean’s Outstanding Faculty Undergraduate Advising Award. 2011
Shrimpton, Margaret and Torres, Daniel, Eds. DIÁLOGOS EN CONTRAPUNTO: CONVERSACIONES EN TORNO ALA OBRA DE JOAQUÍN BESTARD VÁZQUEZ. Merida, Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, 2011.
Torres, Daniel. Academy of American Poets Certificate of Recognition for his “steadfast membership commitment in support of American Poets and in fostering a greater appreciation of contemporary poetry.” 1 June 2011
Umpierre Herrera, Luz María. I’M STILL STANDING: TREINTA AÑOS DE POESÍA/THIRTY YEARS OF POETRY . Edited by Daniel Torres and Carmen S. Rivera (2011). ISBN 978-1-257-99437-3
Vines, Lois. The Office of Nationally Competitive Awards honored her with “The Ann Campbell Brown Distinguished Service Award” for “her remarkable commitment and her extraordinary support and guidance to our students.” 2010-2011.
Alonso Marks, Emilia. [Grant 2010-2013] Ministry of Education and Innovation, Government of Spain: Research Project, “Percepción de los sonidos del inglés y del español por estudiantes de segundas lenguas” [Perception of Spanish and English Sounds by Second Language Learners]. PI: Dr. Teresa López Soto (Universidad de Sevilla).
– [Grant 2010-2013] Ministry of Education and Innovation, Government of Spain: Research Project, “La Enseñanza de Lenguas Extranjeras: Tareas con Contenido” [Foreign Language Teaching: Adding Content to Task]. PI: Dr. Anthony Bruton (Universidad de Sevilla).
Belousova, Vera. 2009-10 Dean’s Outstanding Group II Faculty Award. 2010
Kelley, Mary Jane. 2009-10 Dean’s Outstanding Faculty Undergraduate Advising Award. 2010
King, Adi. Northeast Modern Language Association Contingent / Adjunct / Independent Scholar / Two-Year Caucus Competitive Travel Award. 2010
Partyka, Betsy. Faculty Development Award: ACTFL Workshop on Writing Proficiency Testing. ACTFL. Boston. Nov 2010.
– Higher Education Resource Services. Faculty Leadership. 2010.
Such, Bärbel. 2009-10 Jeanette G. Grasselli Brown Faculty Teaching Award in the Humanities. 2010
Torres, Daniel. National Poetry Prize from the PEN Club of Puerto Rico for De Bellaqueras. 2010
Delgado, José. Jeanette Grasselli Brown Faculty Teaching Award in the Humanities. 2009
Publications and Presentations
Delgado, José. Creative Non-Fiction: Mama Lela: gavetero de memorias [Mama Lela: Bureau of Memories] Anthology of Memories of Hispanic Grandmothers as Remembered by Their Grandchildren, Madrid: Ediciones Torremozas (May, 2012). pp. 63-72.
King, Adi. “‘Sie fühlen, um was wir ringen, um was wir kämpfen…’: Contemporary Controversies for the Masses in the Serialized Novels of Vicki Baum and Irmgard Keun.” German Studies Association Annual Convention, Denver, CO, October 2013. Paper presentation.
–“Women Between Two Reichs: Work, Motherhood, and Reproduction in the Weimar Republic” panel. German Studies Association Annual Convention, Denver, CO, October 2013. Panel co-creator with Belinda Carstens-Wickham (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville).
Morrison, Molly. “Catherine of Siena and the Spectacle of Public Execution.” LOGOS: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, forthcoming. 2013.
Partyka, Betsy. “Pancha Garmendia: La mujer inalcanzable en la historia paraguaya.” [Pancha Garmendia: The Unattainable Woman of Paraguayan History.] 12th Ohio Latin Americanist Conference. Wittenberg U. 23 Feb 2013.
White, Christopher B. “Debunking Assumptions About Pink Neorealism: Renato Castellani’s ‘Due soldi di speranza’.” American Association for Italian Studies Conference (Eugene, OR). April 13, 2013.
Alonso Marks, Emilia. “Assessing the impact of a short-term study abroad program on gains in cross-cultural sensitivity.” Accepted. Proceedings of the Asociación Española de Lingüística Aplicada (AESLA) [Spanish Applied Linguistics Association] Conference, Lleida, Spain, April 2012.
–“Assessing the impact of a short-term study abroad program on gains in cross-cultural sensitivity,” Emilia Alonso Marks. Asociación Española de Lingüística Aplicada (AESLA) [Spanish Applied Linguistics Association] Conference, Lleida, Spain, April 2012. Paper Presentation.
–“The effects of attitudes and motivation on EFL learning: Ecuatorian students at CEDEI,” Rosa M. Piqueres- Gilabert* (Indiana University) and Emilia Alonso Marks. Presented by Rosa M. Piqueres- Gilabert.* 12th Annual Graduate Symposium: Global Perspectives in Linguistic Studies. Purdue University, March 2012. Paper Presentation.
–“Gains in cross-cultural sensitivity and cultural awareness in the study abroad context,” Emilia Alonso Marks. American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference, Boston, MA, March 24-26, 2012. Paper Presentation.
–“Heritage Spanish speakers in school settings: Are their needs being met?” J.E. Espinoza Moore* and E. Alonso Marks. In-press. Bilingualism and Multilingualism in Education: New Initiatives Anchored in Experience. Ed. by C. Abello-Contesse, P. Chandler, M.D. López-Jiménez, and R. Chacón-Beltrán. Multilingual Matters.
–“Isaac del Vando-Villar: Hombre de letras pero ante todo, poeta,” Thomas R. Franz and Emilia Alonso Marks. Asociación Hispánica de Humanidades (Hispanic Humanities Association) Conference, Madrid, Spain, June 2012. Paper Presentation.
–“Non-native judgments of speaking genres and dialects in two varieties of Portuguese,” Emilia Alonso Marks, Zinny S. Bond and Verna Stockmal. Abstract accepted. Laboratory Approaches to Romance Phonology (LARP) Conference, Mexico City, Mexico, October 2012. Paper Presentation.
–“Una mirada a fondo al proceso de la contra-urbanización: Patrones migratorios en la Andalucía rural” [A closer look at the counter-urbanization process: Migratory patterns in rural Andalucía], Emilia Alonso Marks and Mariche G. Bayonas (University of North Carolina, Greensboro). El español, integrador de culturas. Ensayos. Serie Reflexión 15. Ed. By J. H. Valdivieso and E. Ruiz-Fornells. Editorial Orbis Press, 2012. ISBN: 978-1- 931139-70-0.
Delgado, José. “La carpintería de la soledad creadora.” Ohio Latin Americanist Conference. Bowling Green State University (Feb 2012).
Gallego, Muriel. “Can They Tell Us How They Learn? Student Attitudes towards Metatalk Activities.” Ohio Latin Americanist Conference. Bowling Green State University (Feb 2012).
King, Adi. “Exploring Germany with Four of Our Five Senses: Teaching Diversity through Disability.” Ohio American Association of Foreign Languages Annual Conference, Columbus, OH, November 2012. Invited workshop presentation.
–“Exploring Germany with Four of Our Five Senses: Teaching Diversity through Disability.” Ohio Foreign Language Association Annual Convention, Columbus, OH, March 2012. Workshop presentation.
–“Hollywood’s Stars: Comedies of the 1920s and 1930s.” West Virginia Colloquium on Literature and Film, Morgantown, WV, September 2012. Panel moderator.
–“Multiculturalism Isn’t Dead, It’s Funny!” West Virginia Colloquium on Literature and Film, Morgantown, WV, September 2012. Paper presentation.
–“Popular Literature as Social Critique, Then and Now: Irmgard Keun’s Gilgi, eine von uns (1931) and Moritz Netenjakob’s Macho Man (2009).” 65th Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, KY, April 2012. Paper presentation.
–“Thinking Outside the Canon: Moritz Netenjakob’s Macho Man as a Global Citizen.” Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Rochester, NY, March 2012. Paper presentation.
Partyka, Betsy. “La literatura infanto-juvenil paraguaya: un campo virgen para investigar” [Paraguayan Children's Literature: An Open Field for Research] – Ohio Latin Americanist Conference. Bowling Green State University (Feb 2012).
Torres, Daniel. ”Dulce canoro cisne mexicano”: La poesía completa de Don Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora ["Sweet Harmonious Mexican Swan": The Complete Poetry of Don Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora Barcelona]: Paso de Barca Press, 2012.
Alonso Marks, Emilia. “Heritage Language Speakers,” ELIA 11, 183-187, 2011.
–“La influencia de los programas de estudio en el extranjero en el desarrollo de la sensibilidad croscultural” [The impact of study abroad programs on the development of cross-cultural sensitivity]. Congreso Mundial de Profesores de Español (COMPROFES) [World Spanish Teachers Conference], Instituto Cervantes, November, 21-23, 2011.
–Piqueres, Rosa, and Alonso Marks, Emilia. “Measures of cross-cultural sensitivity in successful EFL learning: the case of Ecuatorian students at CEDEI.” 6th Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Spanish, Portuguese and Catalan Linguistics, Literatures, and Cultures. University of Florida. Gainesville, FL. 17-19 February 2011.
–“Attitudes and motivation in successful EFL learning: The case of Ecuadorian students at CEDEI,” Rosa M. Piqueres Gilabert* and Emilia Alonso Marks. Presented by Rosa M. Piqueres Gilabert*. Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, KY, April 2011.
Belousova, Vera. “Lost in Translation.” Novyi mir. 2011
Burton, David. “Amor in the Conde Lucanor: Relationships of Power and Trust.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. University of Kentucky. Lexington, KY. 14-16 April 2011. Paper Presentation.
—”Juan de la Cueva’s Old Men in Love” in On Wolves and Sheep: Exploring the Expression of Political Thought in Golden Age Spain. Ed. Aaron M. Kahn. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011.13- 22.
Coski, Christopher. From Barbarism to Universality: Language and Identity in Early Modern France
—”Rivarol’s De l’Universalité (1783): French, the ‘Genius’ of Language, and a Global Identity.” Forging Linguistic Identities Conference. Towson University, Towson, MD. 17-19 March 2011. Paper Presentation.
Delgado, José. “La carpintería de la soledad creadora.” .” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. University of Kentucky. Lexington, KY. 14-16 April 2011. Paper Presentation.
Gallego, Muriel. Raising Awareness of the Pluricentricity and Variations of the Spanish Language in the American Foreign Language Classroom. 2nd Westminster Linguistics Conference Language-Contact-Change- Maintenance-and-Loss. University of Westminster, London, UK, July 2011.
—Embracing Language Varieties and Raising Cultural Awareness in the Spanish Language Classroom. Biennial Conference. International Society for Language Studies. Oranjestad, Aruba, June 2011.
—Dialects in the Spanish Classroom: Raising Awareness, Avoiding Discrimination, Making Connections. 64th Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. University of Kentucky, KY, USA, April, 2011.
—Acquiring Spanish Subjunctive through a Dictogloss Task: The Advantages of Focus on Form Instruction. 64th Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. University of Kentucky, KY, USA, April, 2011.
Helm, Yolande. Roland Brival : une pensée métisse et une écriture transversale. Monograph, L’Harmattan, 2011
—“Exiles in the Works of Dany Laferrière and Edwidge Danticat.” African Studies at Noon: Discussion Series. Ohio University, Athens, OH. 5 May 2011. Paper Presentation.
—“Sacrifice et Métissage dans Coeur d’Ebène de Roland Brival : Victimes et/ou Martyrs, Maîtres et/ou Esclaves?” Le Sacrifice dans les Littératures Francophones, Carole Edwards (ed.), Rodopi P projected date: 2011-early 2012. Invited author.
—“Thématique et théorie du métissage dans l’oeuvre du Martiniquais Roland Brival.” African Literature Association Conference. Ohio University. Athens, OH. 15 April 2011. Paper Presentation.
Hughes, Arthur. “Absence and Presence: The Here and There of Identity in Mia Couto‘s Sleepwalking Land.” International Conference on African Studies. Ohio University. Athens, OH. 14 April 2011. Session.
King, Adi. “Assessing Speaking with iChat.” Ohio University Computer Assisted Language Learning Conference, Athens, OH, April 2011. Paper presentation with Tim Abeln (Marietta College).
–“Deception as Protection? Surviving as a ‘New Woman’ in a Man’s World.” Shippensburg Journal of Modern Languages, November 2011.
–“WAKE UP! It’s Time for Board Races!” Ohio Valley Foreign Language Alliance Annual Meeting, Athens, OH, October 2011. Teaching demonstration.
Partyka, Betsy. “Desde lo oculto hacia la concientización: la naturaleza en la narrative paraguaya contemporánea entre 1950-2000.” [From the Hidden toward a Consciousness: Nature in Contemporary Paraguayan Narrative between 1950-2000.] Scriptura 21-22 (2011): 61-78.
Partyka, Betsy. “La Querida y el poder en una novela paraguaya” [La Querida and Power in a Paraguayan Novel] – Ohio Latin Americanist Conference. Bowling Green State University (Feb 2011)
Reichenbach, Barb. “Integrating Culture into Every Lesson.” Ohio Foreign Language Association Conference. Hyatt on Capitol Square. Columbus, OH. 7-9 April 2011. Session.
—“Tips for New Teachers.” Ohio Foreign Language Association Conference. Hyatt on Capitol Square. Columbus, OH. 7-9 April 2011. Session.
—“No Pain, Lots of Gain – Increase your Enrollments by Developing a Language Program in your Elementary Schools.” Ohio Foreign Language Association Conference. Hyatt on Capitol Square. Columbus, OH. 7-9 April 2011. Session.
Rodina, Herta. “Using MS Word Tools for Feedback in Writing Assignments.” Computer Assisted Language Learning Conference. Ohio University. Athens, OH. 23 April 2011. Session.
Toner, Fred. “The Face of Insecurity: Fear and Loathing in Sarkozy’s France.” American Association of Teachers of French, Montreal, CA. 6-9 July 2011. Paper Presentation.
Torres, Daniel. Diálogos en contrapunto: Conversaciones en torno a la obra de Joaquín Bestard Vázquez. In collaboration with Margaret Shrimpton. Mérida: Editorial de la Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, 2011.
— “Sobre la construcción de una identidad criolla en Glorias de Querétaro (1680) de Don Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora”. Letras salvajes 3 (marzo-abril 2011): 50-62.
— Critical Review of Concierto para Leah de Maira Landa in Otro lunes (http://otrolunes.com/?sumario/librario/a- cargo-de-recaredo-veredas/concierto-para-leah-maira-landa) (Marzo 2011)
— Critical Review of Inmunología poética [Poetic Immunology] by Moisés Agosto Rosario in Revista corpóreo 1 (Febrero 2011): 12- 13.- Critical Review of Mundo cruel [Cruel World] by Luis Negrón in Revista Corpóreo II (Mayo 2011): 11-12.
— Critical Review of A quemarropa [On Cold Blood] by Edgardo Nieves Mieles in the blog Sol negro (Lima, Perú) (http://sol-negro.blogspot.com/2011/06/quemarropa-de-edgardo-nieves-mieles-por.html) (Junio 2011)
— Critical review of La mujer, el pan y el pordiosero by Lourdes Vázquez in 80 grados (http://www.80grados.net/2011/07/resena-la-mujer-el-pan-y-el-pordiosero-de-lourdes-vasquez/) (July 2011)
Bruton, Anthony, Alonso Marks, Emilia, & Broca Fernández, Ángeles. “Perceived Writing Likes and Needs in Spanish and English as Foreign Languages.” Hispania, 93, 3, 471-489, September 2010.
—Alonso Marks, Emilia. “Integrating Communication Skills: Meaningful Projects for Beginning Writing and Conversation Students.” Ways and Modes of Human Communication. Colección estudios 129, XX. Ed. by R. Caballero and M.J. Pinar. Cuenca: Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Asociación Española de Lingüística Aplicada, 2010. ISBN: 978-84-8427-759-0.
—Alonso Marks, Emilia. “Designing meaningful projects that integrate writing and conversation skills.” American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Conference, Boston, MA, November 2010 .
—Bruton, Anthony, Alonso Marks, Emilia, & Broca Fernández, Ángeles. “Writing in English and Spanish as Foreign Languages.” Presented by Emilia Alonso Marks. Department of Modern Languages Colloquium, Ohio University, October 2010.
—Moates, Danny, & Alonso Marks, Emilia. “Vowel Mutability in Print in English and Spanish,” Danny Moates and Emilia Alonso Marks. Co-presented. Laboratory Approaches to Romance Phonology (LARP) Conference, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, September 2010.
—Bayona, Mariche G., & Alonso Marks, Emilia. “Linguistic Signs of Identity among Itinerant Societies in Rural Andalucía.” Presented by Mariche G. Bayonas. Spanish in Society Conference: Mediating Spaces, 5th International Conference of Hispanic Linguistics, University of Limerick, Ireland, July 2010.
—Alonso Marks, Emilia. “Implementing Cooperative Communicative Activities for Foreign Language Learners.” Foreign Language Unit, College of Arts and Sciences, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Sintok, Malaysia, June 2010.
—Moore, Jaime E. Espinoza,* & Alonso Marks, Emilia. “Heritage Spanish Speakers in School Settings: Are We Meeting the Needs of These Students?” Co-presented. 11th Biennial ELIA International Conference: Bilingualism and Multilingualism in School Settings, Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain, March 18-19, 2010.
—Bruton, Anthony, Alonso Marks, Emilia, & Broca Fernández, Ángeles. “Writing in a Foreign Language: Addressing Students’ Likes and Needs.” Presented by Emilia Alonso Marks. 9th Ohio Latin Americanist Conference (OLAC), Ohio University, Athens, OH, February 27, 2010.
Duvert, Dominique. “Parlez-vous business?” Ohio Foreign Language Association Conference. Hyatt on Capitol Square. Columbus, OH. n.d. 2010. Session.
Gallego, Muriel. The Acquisition of Spanish Subjunctive by High Level Learners of Spanish as a Foreign Language. 8th Symposium on Teaching & Learning Languages to Native-Like Levels of Proficiency. Coalition of Distinguished Language Centers CDLC, Linthicum, MD, USA, December, 2010.
—Students Reflections on the Effectiveness of CMC and SCMC as a Learning Resource Outside of the Foreign Language Classroom.30th Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, Cincinnati, OH, USA, May, 2010.
—CMC and SCMC in the Promotion of Output Production and Inter-cultural communication. Language Symposium, University of Chicago Center for the Study of Languages, Chicago, IL, USA, April, 2010.
—Reflections on Spanish instruction: Facing the Challenge of Teaching Dialectal Variations. XXVII Biennial Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages & Literatures, Baton Rouge, LA, USA, February, 2010.
King, Adi. Critical Review of Press and Politics in the Weimar Republic by Bernhard Fulda in German Studies Review 33.2, May 2010. Book review.
–“‘Das Scheindasein vor der Kamera’: Die ‘Neue Frau’ in den Medien der Weimarer Republik.” Introduction to German Literature course, Ohio University, Athens, OH, February 2010. Invited lecture.
–“Exploring Germany with Four of our Five Senses: Caroline Link’s Beyond Silence and Lars Büchel’s Peas at 5:30.” West Virginia University Colloquium on Literature and Film, Morgantown, WV, October 2010. Paper presentation.
–“Kunst / Kitsch / Leben? Irmgard Keun’s Gilgi, eine von uns (1931) and the Pedagogy of Public Debate.” Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 2010. Paper presentation.
–“Lügen als Schutz? Surviving as a ‘New Woman’ in a Man’s World.” Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania Modern Languages Conference, Shippensburg, PA, April 2010. Paper presentation.
–“Marginalized Minorities? Including Disabilities in Foreign Language Discussions of Cultural Diversity.” Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania Modern Languages Conference, Shippensburg, PA, April 2010. Paper presentation and panel chair.
–“Pop Culture versus Pop Culture: Exposing the Scheindasein of Weimar Germany’s ‘New Woman.’” South Atlantic Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA, November 2010. Paper presentation.
–“Useful Nonsense: Using Lewis Carroll’s Jaberwocky to Teach Reading Strategies.” Ohio Valley Foreign Language Alliance Annual Meeting, Athens, OH, October 2010. Teaching Demonstration.
Helm, Yolande. “Le dernier des Aloukous de Roland Brival: un point de non retour.” Études Caribéennes 17 (2010).
—“Métissage in the French Caribbean.” Modern Languages Department Colloquium. Ohio University, Athens, OH. 4 June 2010. Paper Presentation.
—“Roland Brival et le métissage: un nouvel humanisme.” Présence Francophone 74 (2010): 75 89.
—“The Enigma of the Return: Dany Laferrière.” Ninth Annual Ohio Latin Americanist Conference. Ohio University, Athens, OH. 26-27 Feb 2010. Paper Presentation.
Martínez, Francia. “Learning Vocabulary Can Be So Much Fun: Interactive Vocabulary Games for Elementary and Intermediate Levels of Spanish.” Ohio Foreign Language Association Conference. Hyatt on Capitol Square. Columbus, OH. n.d. 2010. Session.
Partyka, Betsy. “La querida por Renée Ferrer: la voz de la mujer en una novela de la dictadura paraguaya.” [La querida by Renée Ferrer: the Woman’s Voice in a Paraguayan Dictator Novel]. XXXI Latin American Studies Association International Conference (LASA). Toronto, Canada (Oct 2010).
– Nocturno para errantes eternos: Sara Karlik y el nuevo Bildungsroman. [Nocturne for Eternal Wanderers: Sara Karlik and the New Bildungsroman]. Chasqui, May 39.1 (2010): 81-91.
Reichenbach, Barb. “Integrating Culture Into Every Lesson”. Ohio Foreign Language Association Conference. Hyatt on Capitol Square. Columbus, OH. n.d. 2010. Session.
Sathe, Nick. president of the state AATG, presided at a “Meet & Greet” for German teachers and helped organize a workshop sponsored by the Ohio AATG. 2010
Vines, Lois. “Astérix and the Visual Arts.” Ohio Foreign Language Association Conference. Hyatt on Capitol Square. Columbus, OH. n.d. 2010. Session.
Giannandrea, Beatrice. Literatura y pintura en elcostumbrismo argentino ,siglo XIX. Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM Verlag, 2009
Helm, Yolande. Métissages et Marronnages dans l’oeuvre de Suzanne Dracius (Collectif). L’Harmattan, 2009, pp. 253.
King, Adi. “Accessible Education: The Pedagogy of Popular Culture and its Uses in the Foreign Language Classroom.” Ohio University Modern Languages Faculty Colloquium, Athens, OH, September 2009. Paper presentation.
–“The Avant-Garde Reconsidered” panel. German Studies Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., October 2009. Panel moderator and double-panel co-creator with Thomas O. Haakenson (Minneapolis College of Art and Design).