1 Curriculum Vitae (updated 1/14): PERSONAL: Steve J. Stern Alberto Flores Galindo and Hilldale Professor of History University of Wisconsin-Madison 1107 Van Buren (Home) Madison, WI Phone: (608) Department of History (Office) University of Wisconsin 3211 Mosse Humanities Bldng. 455 N. Park Street Madison, WI Phone: (608) FAX: (608) Also: Vice-Provost Office 117 Bascom Hall 500 Lincoln Drive University of Wisconsin Madison, WI Phone: (608) FAX: (608) Married to Florencia Mallon; children: Ramón Joseph; Ralph Isaiah. EDUCATION: B.A., summa cum laude, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, M.A., Yale University, New Haven, CT, M. Phil., Yale University, Ph.D., Yale University, Major Field: Latin American History PROFESSIONAL/TEACHING POSITIONS: Vice-Provost for Faculty & Staff, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2008-; and, Alberto Flores Galindo and Hilldale Professor, Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison (AFG, 2006-; Hilldale, 2011-).
2 Chair, Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Director of Graduate Studies, Department of History, University of Wisconsin- Madison, Director, Latin American and Iberian Studies Program, University of Wisconsin- Madison, Professor, Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Visiting Assistant Professor, with Florencia E. Mallon, Department of History, Yale University, January to May, 1982 Instructor, Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1979 (January to May). Visiting Professor, Departamento de Ciencias Histórico-Sociales, Universidad Nacional de San Cristóbal de Huamanga, Ayacucho, Peru, Co-teacher with Florencia E. Mallon, Mini-seminar on Latin American History, Taller de Estudios Andinos, Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina, Lima, Peru, December 1976-January PUBLICATIONS BOOKS: The Human Rights Paradox: Universality and Its Discontents (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, forthcoming 2014). Co-editor, with Scott Straus. vi pp. No hay mañana sin ayer: Batallas por la memoria histórica en el Cono Sur (Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, 2013). Co-author, with Peter Winn et al. 474pp. The expectation is that after the IEP edition appears, this book may turn into a transnational joint publishing venture: IEP in Lima, 2013; LOM in Santiago, 2014; and possibly, Marea in Buenos Aires and Banda Oriental in Montevideo, Negotiations between IEP and partners were not yet concluded as of Dec Memorias en construcción: Los retos del pasado presente en Chile, (Santiago: Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos, 2013). 73pp. This is a mini-book in a public intellectual role a reflection to assist the educational and public service mission of Chile s Museum of Memory and Human Rights, rather than a full-scale research book.
3 How Difficult It Is to Be God: Shining Path s Politics of War in Peru, , author Carlos Iván Degregori (posthumously published), editor Steve J. Stern (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2012). xxi pages. Reckoning with Pinochet: The Memory Question in Democratic Chile, (Durham: Duke University Press, 2010). Cloth and paperback. xxxiv pages. (Volume 3 of trilogy, The Memory Box of Pinochet s Chile.) 3 Battling for Hearts and Minds: Memory Struggles in Pinochet s Chile, (Durham: Duke University Press, 2006). Cloth and paperback. xxxi pages. Awarded Bolton-Johnson Prize, 2007; also Bryce Wood Award, Honorable Mention, (Volume 2 of trilogy, The Memory Box of Pinochet s Chile.) Luchando por mentes y corazones: Las batallas de la memoria en el Chile de Pinochet (Santiago: Universidad Diego Portales, 2013). 583 pp. Directly supervised Spanish-language edition and translation of Battling for Hearts and Minds. Remembering Pinochet s Chile: On the Eve of London 1998 (Durham: Duke University Press, 2004). Cloth and paperback. xxxi pages. Printings: 2004, 2005, Bryce Wood Award, Honorable Mention, 2006; also all time Top Ten on Latin America list, History Book Club. (Volume 1 of trilogy, The Memory Box of Pinochet s Chile.) Recordando el Chile de Pinochet en vísperas de Londres 1998 (Santiago: Universidad Diego Portales, 2009). 283 pages. Directly supervised Spanishlanguage edition and translation of Remembering Pinochet s Chile. Shining and Other Paths: War and Society in Peru, (Durham: Duke University Press, 1998). Ed. and co-auth. Cloth and paperback. xiv pages. Outstanding Title Selection, 1999, Choice. Los senderos insólitos del Perú: Guerra y sociedad, (Lima and Ayacucho: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos and Universidad Nacional de San Cristóbal de Huamanga, 1999). 490 pages. Directly supervised Spanish-language edition and translation of Shining and Other Paths. The Secret History of Gender: Women, Men, and Power in Late Colonial Mexico (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1995). Cloth, paperback, and electronic. xiii pages. Printings: 1995, 1997, 2000 (e-ed.). See also 1998 AHA roundtable entry, under professional papers. La historia secreta del género: Mujeres, hombres y poder en México en las postrimerías del período colonial (Mexico City: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1999). 522 pages. Directly supervised Spanish-language edition and translation of The Secret History of Gender. Confronting Historical Paradigms: Peasants, Labor, and the Capitalist World System in Africa and Latin America (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1993). Co-auth., with Frederick Cooper et al. Cloth and paperback. viii pages.
4 4 Resistance, Rebellion, and Consciousness in the Andean Peasant World, 18th to 20th Centuries (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1987). Ed. and co-author. Cloth and paperback. xvii pages. Printings: at least three (1987, 1989, 1998). Resistencia, rebelión y conciencia campesina en los andes, siglos XVIII al XX (Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, 1990). 413 pages. Directly supervised Spanishlanguage edition and translation of Resistance, Rebellion, and Consciousness in the Andean Peasant World. Latin America's Colonial History: Ed., special issue of Latin American Perspectives, 44 (Winter, 1985). Peru's Indian Peoples and the Challenge of Spanish Conquest: Huamanga to 1640 (Orig. ed. 1982; expanded ed., Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1993). Cloth and paperback. liii pages. Printings: at least nine (1982, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1993, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2003; author stopped tracking after 2003). Herbert E. Bolton Prize, Honorable Mention, 1983; Howard F. Cline Prize, Honorable Mention, Los pueblos indígenas del Perú y el desafío de la conquista espazola (Madrid: Alianza Editorial, 1986). 358 pages. Directly supervised Spanish-language edition and translation of Peru s Indian Peoples and the Challenge of Spanish Conquest. Note: I am also co-editor, with Scott Straus, of the Critical Human Rights series of the University of Wisconsin Press. For a list of books that have appeared in that series, please refer to the Other Publications section after the Articles section below. PUBLICATIONS--ARTICLES: The Artist s Truth: The Post-Auschwitz Predicament After Latin America s Age of Dirty Wars, in Cynthia E. Milton, ed., Art from a Fractured Past: Memory and Truth- Telling in Post-Shining Path Peru (Durham: Duke University Press, forthcoming 2014), Foreword [The Irony of Memory Politics in Post-Heroic Times: Chile and World Culture], in Cath Collins, Katherine Hite, and Alfredo Joignant, eds., The Politics of Memory in Chile from Pinochet to Bachelet (Boulder: Lynne Rienner/First Forum Press, 2013), vii-xvii. El desafío de la memoria en la historia de Chile y América Latina, interview-article with Ely Orrego Torres and Gonzalo Zúñiga, Revista Pléyade 11 (CAIP [Centro de Análisis e Investigación Política], Santiago de Chile, Enero a Junio 2013),
5 Beyond Orientalism in Twentieth-Century Peru: Carlos Iván Degregori and the Shining Path War, in Degregori, How Difficult It is to Be God... (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2012), 3-17 and El concepto mismo de memoria tiene una historia que nace a través de la lucha, interview-article with Marianne González and Marcela Sandoval, Anuario de Derechos Humanos 8 (U. de Chile, Centro de Derechos Humanos, June 2012), Memorias en construcción, Anuario de la Escuela de Historia 24 (Rosario, Argentina, 2012), Filming the Fractured Soul of Chile: Guzmán s Epic and Elegy of Revolution, NACLA Report on the Americas 43: 2 (March/April 2010), [Moratorium on articles, , in order to focus full attention on completion, revision, and publication of trilogy, The Memory Box of Pinochet s Chile. The three books were published during ] Between Tragedy and Promise: The Politics of Writing Latin American History in the Late Twentieth Century, in Gilbert M. Joseph, ed., Reclaiming the Political in Latin American History: Essays from the North (Durham: Duke University Press, 2001), Also published in Anuario de la Escuela de Historia de la Universidad Nacional de Rosario (Argentina, 1er semestre, 2002). La contra-corriente histórica: Los indígenas como colonizadores del estado, siglos XVI a XX, in Leticia Reina, ed., Los retos de la etnicidad en los estados-nación hacia el siglo XXI (Mexico City: Porrúa - CIESAS, 2000), De la memoria suelta a la memoria emblemática: Hacia el recordar y el olvidar comoproceso histórico (Chile, ), in Mario Garcés et al., eds., Memoria para unnuevo siglo: Chile, miradas a la segunda mitad del siglo XX (Santiago: LOM, 2000), The Changing Face of Gender Complementarity: New Research on Indian Women in Colonial Mexico, Ethnohistory, 46:3 (Summer 1999), A New Century of Solitude? The Late 20th Century as a Cultural Battleground, Latin American Perspectives 25:6 (Nov. 1998), The Tricks of Time: Colonial Legacies and Historical Sensibilities in Latin America, in Jeremy Adelman, ed., Colonial Legacies: The Problem of Persistence in Latin American History (New York: Routledge, 1999), An earlier version appeared in Princeton University Library Chronicle 57:3 (Spring 1996), The Decentered Center and the Expansionist Periphery: The Paradoxes of Post Colonial Encounter, in Gilbert M. Joseph, Catherine C. LeGrand, and Ricardo D. Salvatore, eds., Close Encounters of Empire: Writing the Cultural History of U.S.- Latin American Relations (Durham: Duke University Press, 1998),
6 6 What Comes After Patriarchy? Reflections from Mexico, Radical History Review, 71 (Spring, 1998), Beyond Enigma: An Agenda for Interpreting Shining Path and Peru, in Stern, ed., Shining and Other Paths: War and Society in Peru, (Durham, 1998), 1-9. Shining and Other Paths: The Origins, Dynamics, and Legacies of War, , in Stern, ed., Shining and Other Paths... (Durham, 1998), Patriarcado y poder: las dinámicas del género y la estructura de clase y color a finales de la colonia, in Pilar Gonzalbo Aizpuru, ed., Género, familia y mentalidades en América Latina (Río Piedras: Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1997), The Tragedy of Success, in Orin Starn et al., eds., The Peru Reader: History, Culture, Politics (Durham: Duke University Press, 1995), "The Variety and Ambiguity of Native Andean Intervention in European Colonial Markets, in Brooke Larson and Olivia Harris, with Enrique Tandeter, eds., Ethnicity, Markets, and Migration in the Andes: At the Crossroads of History and Anthropology (Durham: Duke University Press, 1995), An earlier version appeared in Olivia Harris, Brooke Larson, and Enrique Tandeter, eds., La participación indígena en los mercados surandinos. Estrategias y reproducción social, siglos XVI-XX (La Paz: CERES, 1987), "Africa, Latin America, and the Splintering of Historical Knowledge: From Fragmentation to Reverberation," in Cooper et al., Confronting Historical Paradigms: Peasants, Labor, and the Capitalist World System in Africa and Latin America (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1993), "Paradigms of Conquest: History, Historiography and Politics," Journal of Latin American Studies, 24: Quincent. Suppl. (1992), Reprinted in 10,000 copies distributed by the New York State Education Department, by permission of Cambridge University Press, to educators in New York State, and in collaborating states and Puerto Rico. Spanish-language versions in: (1) Heraclio Bonilla, ed., Los conquistados: 1492 y la población indígena de las Américas (Bogotá/Quito: Libri Mundi/Tercer Mundo, 1992), 25-65; and (2) Boletín del Instituto de Historia Argentina y Americana "Dr. Emilio Ravignani", 3ra Serie, 6:2 (1992), "`Ever More Solitary,'" American Historical Review, 93 (Oct. 1988), This is a reply to Immanuel Wallerstein's critique (in Ibid.) of my article on "Feudalism, Capitalism, and the World-System..." A Spanish version appeared in Revista Mexicana de Sociología, 50:3 (July-Sept. 1989). "Feudalism, Capitalism, and the World-System in the Perspective of Latin America and the Caribbean," American Historical Review, 93 (Oct. 1988), Reprinted in Cooper et al., Confronting Historical Paradigms (Madison, 1993), 23-83; and in Robert Forster, ed., European and Non-European Societies, : Vol. I
7 (Aldershot, U.K.: Ashgate, 1997), An earlier version appeared in Revista Mexicana de Sociología, 49:3 (July-Sept. 1987), "The Age of Andean Insurrection, : A Reappraisal," in Stern, ed., Resistance, Rebellion, and Consciousness in the Andean Peasant World, 18th to 20th Centuries (Madison, 1987), An abridged excerpt is reprinted in John Lynch, ed., Latin American Revolutions, : Old and New World Origins (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1994), "New Approaches to the Study of Peasant Rebellion and Consciousness: Implications of the Andean Experience," in Stern, ed., Resistance, Rebellion, and Consciousness in the Andean Peasant World, 18th to 20th Centuries (Madison, 1987), "Latin America's Colonial History: Invitation to an Agenda," Latin American Perspectives, 44 (Winter, 1985), "New Directions in Andean Economic History: A Critical Dialogue with Carlos Sempat Assadourian," Latin American Perspectives, 44 (Winter, 1985), An earlier version appears in Spanish in Revista Latinoamericana de Historia Economica y Social, 3 (Lima, 1984), "Los rostros de la plebe: un comentario," Revista Andina, 2:1 (Cuzco, July, 1984), "The Struggle for Solidarity: Class, Culture, and Community in Highland Indian America," Radical History Review, 27 (1983), Reprinted in abridged form in Eduardo P. Archetti, Paul Cammack, and Bryan Roberts, eds., Sociology of "Developing Societies": Latin America (London: MacMillan, 1987), "El Taki Onqoy y la sociedad andina (Huamanga, siglo XVI)," Allpanchis, 19 (Lima, 1982), "The Social Significance of Judicial Institutions in an Exploitative Society: Huamanga, Peru, ," in George Collier et al., eds., The Inca and Aztec States, : Anthropology and History (New York, 1982), pp "The Rise and Fall of Indian-White Alliances: A Regional View of `Conquest' History," Hispanic American Historical Review, 61:3 (August, 1981), Winner, 1982 Robertson Prize (see "Academic Honors" list below). Reprinted in abridged form in Peter J. Bakewell et al., eds., Readings in Latin American History, Vol. 1: The Formative Centuries (Durham, 1985), 10-34; and in John E. Kicza, ed., The Indian in Latin American History: Resistance, Resilience, and Acculturation (Wilmington: Scholarly Resources, 1993), "Algunas consideraciones sobre la personalidad histórica de Don Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala," Histórica, II: 2 (Lima, December, 1978),
8 "Nuevos aspectos sobre la mano de obra indígena: El caso de los`asientos' de Huamanga, ," Revista del Archivo Departamental de Ayacucho, 1 (Ayacucho, 1977), "Luchas sociales y evolución de la explotación de mano de obra indígena en Huamanga colonial," Ideología, 5 (Ayacucho, 1977), "Las ideologías nativistas, la aculturación y las clases sociales," Churmichasun, 4-5 (Huancayo, June, 1977), "Knickerbockers Who Asserted and Insisted: The Dutch Interest in New York Politics, ," New York Historical Society Quarterly, LVIII (April, 1974), The list above excludes brief miscellaneous items, e.g., book reviews, op-eds., obituaries, newspaper interviews. OTHER PUBLICATIONS BOOK SERIES: Co-editor with Scott Straus of Critical Human Rights, an interdisciplinary book series with University of Wisconsin Press. We focus on empirically grounded and theoretically innovative research that opens new ways to conceptualize and examine human rights. Book published to date and forthcoming in Spring 2014 include: Rebecca Atencio, Memory s Turn: Reckoning with Dictatorship in Brazil (forthcoming 2014, title tentative). Michelle Caswell, Archiving the Unspeakable: Silence, Memory, and the Photographic Record in Cambodia (forthcoming 2014). Thierry Cruvellier, Court of Remorse: Inside the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, trans. Chari Voss (2010). Carlos Iván Degregori, How Difficult It Is to Be God: Shining Path s Politics of War in Peru, , posthumously published, editor Steve J. Stern, translated by Nancy Appelbaum, Joanna Drzewieniecki, Héctor Flores, Eric Hershberg, Judy Rein, Steve J. Stern, and Kimberly Theidon (2012). Elissa Helms, Innocence and Victimhood: Gender, Nation, and Women s Activism in Postwar Bosnia-Herzegovina (2013). Alfred W. McCoy, Torture and Impunity: The U.S. Doctrine of Coercive Interrogation (2012). Steve J. Stern and Scott Straus, eds., The Human Rights Paradox: Universality and Its Discontents (forthcoming 2014).
9 Jessica Stites Mor, ed., Human Rights and Transnational Solidarity in Cold War Latin America (2013). 9 Scott Straus and Lars Waldorf, eds., Remaking Rwanda: State Building and Human Rights after Mass Violence (2011). Molly Todd, Beyond Displacement: Campesinos, Refugees, and Collective Action in the Salvadoran Civil War (2010). Elke Zuern, The Politics of Necessity: Community Organizing and Democracy in South Africa (2011). See for additional information. RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS IN PROGRESS: Preparation of Spanish-language editions of the last volume of The Memory Box series, Volume 1 appeared in 3/09 and Volume 2 in 8/13. Research for book-length study tentatively entitled, Between Human Rights and Social Justice: Latin America Since The list above excludes article-length projects. TEACHING: Full range of courses: undergraduate surveys, upper-level, and seminar courses; graduate historiography, thematic, and inter-disciplinary seminars. (A hiatus on undergraduate teaching, except for guest lectures, began upon assuming the role of Vice-Provost for Faculty and Staff in 2008.) Ph.D graduates: Committees, 81; Co-Advisor, 41. (The Latin American & Caribbean history program uses a co-advising philosophy and method with all our graduate students.) M.A. graduates: Committees, 91; Advisor or Co-Advisor, 58. (The Latin American, Caribbean & Iberian Studies Program s interdisciplinary MA uses a single-advisor model; our history program uses a co-advisor model.) Undergraduates taught: ca. 4,000. Teaching awards: see 2009, 1991, 1983 entries under Honors and Grants. HONORS AND GRANTS: 2012 American Academy of Arts & Sciences, elected to membership.
10 Friend of Academic Staff Award, ASEC (Academic Staff Executive Committee), UW-Madison Hilldale Professorship, UW-Madison Profesor Honorario (lifetime title), Universidad Nacional de San Cristóbal de Huamanga in the name of the Republic of Peru. (The UNSCH was founded in Ayacucho/Huamanga, Peru, in 1677.) 2009 Honored Instructors Award, University Housing, UW-Madison Faculty-Staff Ally of the Year Award for LGBTQ People, UW-Madison (awarded by Committee on LGBT Issues, GLBTQ Alumni Council, and LGBT Campus Center) Bolton-Johnson Prize, for Battling for Hearts and Minds, awarded by Conference on Latin American History for best book in Latin American history published in 2006 (awarded 1/08 at AHA meeting) Bryce Wood Book Award, Honorable Mention, for Battling for Hearts and Minds, given by Latin American Studies Association for the best book on Latin America in the humanities and social sciences during July 2005 to December American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship Distinguished Professorship (Alberto Flores Galindo Professor) in the College of Letters & Science, UW-Madison Bryce Wood Book Award, Honorable Mention, for Remembering Pinochet s Chile, given by Latin American Studies Association for best book on Latin America in the humanities and social sciences published during January 2004 to June Institute for Research in the Humanities Fellowship, University of Wisconsin, Madison (offered 12/05 for use in 2006; not accepted) Selection, Remembering Pinochet s Chile, Top Ten Latin America Picks, History Book Club Review, Winter (The top-ten selection refers to an all-time list of books.) 2000 Selection, inaugural Feature Book Review section Hispanic American Historical Review 80:1 (Feb. 2000), for Shining and Other Paths Outstanding Title Selection, Choice (Shining and Other Paths) Cyril W. Nave Research Internship Award (career research
11 11 achievement award) John Leddy Phelan Distinguished Service Award (UW) Kellett Mid-Career Award (awarded by UW Graduate School) Social Science Research Council - American Council of Learned Societies, Advanced Research Grant Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad Fellowship (U.S. Department of Education) John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship. (Awarded April 1990, postponed use until ) 1991 UW Mortar Board "Last Lecture" Series. (Favorite professors are invited to deliver a "last lecture" before an audience of ca. 500.) W.F. Vilas Associateship (awarded by the University of Wisconsin) National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for University Teachers. (Awarded Dec., 1989.) Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University H. I. Romnes Faculty Fellowship (awarded by the University of Wisconsin) Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad Fellowship (U.S. Department of Education) Social Science Research Council - American Council of Learned Societies Advanced Research Grant (offered, not accepted) Tinker Foundation Post-doctoral Fellowship (offered, not accepted) Herbert E. Bolton Prize, Honorable Mention, Conference on Latin American History (best book in English on Latin American history published in 1982), for Peru s Indian Peoples and the Challenge of Spanish Conquest Howard F. Cline Prize, Honorable Mention, Conference on Latin American History (best book or article in Latin American ethnohistory, in any language, published in 1981 or 1982), for Peru s Indian Peoples and the Challenge of Spanish Conquest William Kiekhofer Distinguished Teaching Award, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
12 James A. Robertson Prize, Conference on Latin American History (best article in Hispanic American Historical Review, for The Rise and Fall of Indian-White Alliances National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Fellowship International Doctoral Research Fellowship (Social Science Research Council and American Council of Learned Societies) Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Research Fellowship (U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare) Doherty Foundation Fellowship (offered, not accepted) Fulbright-Hays Grant (Institute of International Education; offered, not accepted) Danforth Foundation Fellow Moses Coit Tyler Prize (co-winner, best Senior Thesis, Cornell University) Clyde A. Duniway Prize (graduating history major, Cornell University) Lane Cooper Scholarship (merit award, Cornell University) Cornelius W. de Kiewiet Scholar (for a junior history major, Cornell University) Phi Beta Kappa (awarded in junior year). The list above excludes awards in annual competitions of Research Committee of the University of Wisconsin Graduate School. PROFESSIONAL PAPERS, PANELS, AND KEYNOTE/ENDOWED LECTURES (Selective; limited to scholarly conference panels, and to endowed/named lectures; excludes other lectures by invitation of universities and research institutes): When Memory Mattered: The Curious History of a Cultural Code Word, and Why It Matters, Conference on The Other September 11th: Chile 1973: Memory, Resistance, and Democratization, UCLA, Los Angeles, 8-9 November El nuevo dilema pos-auschwitz desde América Latina: Arte y sociedad a partir de las llamadas guerras sucias, Cátedra Norbert Lechner, Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago de Chile, 28 August 2013.
13 13 La verdades peligrosas: Las comisiones de verdad y las transiciones políticas latinoamericanas en perspectiva comparada, Conference on Políticas en Justicia Transicional: Diez años de verdad y memoria en el Perú: miradas históricas y comparativas sobre el legado de la CVR, Lima (co-organized by IEP, IDEHPUCP et al), August Comment, Contextualizing Evo Morales s Bolivia, CLAH Andean Studies Panel at American Historical Association Convention, New Orleans, 3-6 January Chile: Memory Battles and Breakthroughs, Panel on Without Yesterday, There is No Tomorrow : Battles for Historical Memory, Human Rights, and Democratic Consolidation in South America, Latin American Studies Association Congress, San Francisco, May Comment, Panel on New Directions of Memory: The Usual Suspects Meet New Voices, Latin American Studies Association Congress, San Francisco, May The Damned and the Authentic: The Ambivalence of Human Rights in Film and Society, Keynote Address at Historical Justice and Memory: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia, February El desafío bello y permanente: Los problemas éticos al trabajar la memoria de la historia reciente, Keynote Address at Colloquium on Dilemas éticos en el trabajo de la memoria de la historia reciente, Cátedra UNESCO de la Academia de Humanismo Cristiano, Santiago de Chile, January Memory and Democracy Across Generations: Reflections from Chile, , CLAH Chile/Río de la Plata Studies Panel at American Historical Association Convention, Chicago, 5-8 January Archives, Memory, and Human Rights in Latin America, Keynote Address, Conference on Politics of Memory: Guatemala s National Police Archive, University of Texas at Austin with Archivo Histórico de la Policía Nacional de Guatemala, Austin, TX, 1-2 December Memorias en construcción: Los retos del pasado presente en Chile, 1989, Keynote Lecture, Seminario Internacional Memorias en construcción, Museo de la Memoria y Derechos Humanos, con Corporación Villa Grimaldi, Universidad Alberto Hurtado y Dirección de Bibliotecas, Archivos y Museos (DIBAM), Santiago de Chile, 9 September The Curious Execution of Don García Solís de Portocarrero: Perils of Power and Mediation in the Colonial Andes, Paper at American Historical Association Convention, CLAH Colonial Studies Panel, Festschrift for Karen Spalding, Boston, MA, 6-9 January 2011.
14 14 Chair and Comment, Remembering What Was Never Declared: Conceptualizing Dirty War in Post-1950s Mexico, Workshop at Latin American Studies Association Congress, Toronto, 6-9 October Comment, The Politics of Human Rights: Advocates, Opponents, and Skeptics, , Panel at Annual Meeting of Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR), Madison, WI, June The Paradoxes of Truth: Reckoning with Pinochet and the Memory Question in Chile, , Plenary Lecture, Society of Latin American Studies (SLAS), 46th Annual Conference, Bristol, United Kingdom, 10 April Charles Hales Lecture, Department of History, University of Iowa, Iowa City, 4 March Experiencias y perspectivas de la historia cultural en Hispanoamérica, Video- Conference Round Table, El Colegio de México, Mexico City, 10 September Re-pensar el Perú posible desde Huamanga: La otra utopía andina, Inaugural Lecture after ceremony conferring title of Profesor Honorario, Universidad Nacional de San Cristóbal de Huamanga, Ayacucho, Peru, 5 August La otredad desde los jóvenes: Memorias de las guerras sucias latinoamericanas en perspectiva generacional, Keynote lecture at Seminario Internacional sobre Memoria, Género y Etnicidad en los Andes, Universidad Nacional de San Cristóbal de Huamanga, Ayacucho, Peru, 3-6 August From Coping to Democratic Reckoning: Pinochet, Cheney, and the Problem of Torture, Symposium on Coping with the Past: A Colloquium on Collective Guilt, Center for the Humanities, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 27 February Chair, Between National Modernism and Internal Colonialism: Indigenous Intellectuals and Alternative Public Spheres in Latin America, Panel at American Historical Association, New York City, 2-5 January Agrarian Studies Seminar, Yale University, Staging Dirty War Memory: Notes on Human Rights and Film, 7 November Herbert P. Lefler Lecture, Carleton College, 13 October Las paradojas de la verdad: Perú, Chile y sus comisiones de verdad en perspectiva comparada, Keynote Lecture (Conferencia magistral), Conference on Inequidades persistentes, memoria, justicia y reformas institucionales en una sociedad postconflicto: A 5 años de la Comisión de la Verdad, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos (IEP) and Instituto de Democracia y Derechos Humanos de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (IDEHPUCP), Lima, August 2008.
15 The Promise and Perils of Reconciliation: Perspectives from Latin America, Conference on Making Peace, Ensuring Justice, Ohio University, Contemporary History Institute, Athens, Ohio, 4 April From Non-Event to Mass Event: Staging Memory and Human Rights Question in Chile, , Paper for Conference on Violence and Reconciliation in Latin America: Human Rights, Memory, and Democracy, University of Orgeon, Eugene, 31 January to 2 February, Comment and Chair, Uneven Transitions to Neoliberal Democracy: Social Movements and the Turn from Dictatorship and War in Latin America, Panel at American Historical Association, Washington, D.C., 3-6 January, Annenberg Distinguished Speaker Lecture, University of Pennsylvania, 22 March La historia política desde la historia cultural: El caso de la amnistía de 1978, Universidad de Chile, Conferencia Magistral en VIII Jornadas de Estudiantes de Posgrado en Humanidades, Artes, Ciencias Sociales y Educación: Prácticas culturales, discursos y poder en América Latina, Santiago, 9-11 January Arthur Aiton Lecture, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, 6 November Charles Griffin Lecture, Vassar College, 6 April Rethinking the Crisis of 11 September 1973: The Perils of Allende as Democrat and Revolutionary (Or, Would a Plebiscite Have Mattered?), Roundtable on Una mirada al Golpe de Chile tres décadas después: Quiebre de la democracia, repression y memoria, Latin American Studies Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March Places and Cover-Ups: Two Models of the Dialectics of Memory and Oblivion, Symposium on Places of Memory (organized by Visual Cluster Program), UW- Madison, 11 Feb Comment, Gendered Perspectives on the History and Memory of Traumatic Times, Panel of American Historical Association/Conference on Latin American History, Seattle, 6-9 January What s the Use of Truth Commissions? Memory as Formula versus Memory as Wedge, Conference on Legacies of Violence: Memory and Political Transition in Central America and the Southern Cone, Tulane University, New Orleans, 2 October Comment, Blood, Race, and Lineage in the Early Modern Atlantic World, Panel at American Historical Association, Chicago, Jan. 2-5, Fusco Distinguished Lecture, University of Connecticut (Storrs), 11 November 2002.
16 Memory as Mass Experience: Personal, Vicarious, and Mass Remembrance in Pinochet s Chile, panel on Collective Memory and Democratization at Latin American Studies Association Convention, Washington, D.C., Sept. 6-9, Latin America: Still a Viable Field in an Age of Globalization? Delivered at Kalman Silvert Award panel in honor of Thomas Skidmore, Latin American Studies Association Convention, Washington, D.C., Sept. 6-9, Defining Limit Cases of Truth Telling: Taboo Truths in Chile, paper at Conference on Alternative Truth-Telling, Robben Island Museum and UW-Madison Legacies of Authoritarianism Research Circle, Robben Island, South Africa, May Comment, Memories of Torture: The Tangling of Victims and Perpetrators Truths, Panel at Latin American Studies Association Convention, Miami, March 16-18, Also at same convention: Discussant at SSRC roundtable on the uses of collective memory. Between Tragedy and Promise: The Politics of Writing Latin American History in the Late Twentieth Century, American Historical Association Convention, Chicago, January 6-9, 2000 (earlier version also presented at Conference on Reclaiming the Political in Latin American History, Yale University, New Haven, CT, May 14-17, 1998). De la memoria suelta a la memoria emblemática: Hacia el recordar y el olvidar como proceso histórico (Chile, ), keynote lecture, Conference on Memoria para un nuevo siglo, USACH and ECO, Santiago de Chile, Nov. 4-6, 1998; and discussion paper, SSRC Workshop on Collective Memory of Repression in the Southern Cone in the Context of Democratization Processes, Montevideo, Uruguay, Nov , La contracorriente histórica: Los indígenas como colonizadores del estado, siglos XVI a XX, paper at Conference on Los retos de la etnicidad en los estados-nación del siglo XXI: Homenaje a Guillermo Bonfil Batalla, CIESAS, Oaxaca, Mexico, May 27-29, Discussant/rapporteur, Conference on Legacies of Authoritarianism: Cultural Production, Collective Trauma, and Global Justice, University of Wisconsin, Madison, April 3-5, Whither Gender in Latin American History? Confessions and Reflections, CLAH Roundtable on Secret and Not so Secret Histories of Gender: New Trends in Latin American Gender and Sexuality Studies, American Historical Association Convention, Seattle, Jan. 8-11, Comment, History and Cross Cultural Narration: Negotiating Paradigms of History in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, Panel at American Historical Association Convention, Seattle, Jan. 8-11, 1998.
17 Huamanga: La cuna de un nuevo Perú? Keynote lecture delivered during university week at Universidad Nacional de San Cristóbal de Huamanga, Ayacucho, Peru, week of June 30-July 4, What Comes After Patriarchy? Comparative Reflections on Gender and Power in a Post-Patriarchal Age, paper at Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, Chapel Hill, June 7-9, 1996 (delivered in absentia). Comment, Early Modern North America in Transatlantic Perspective, Panel at American Historical Association Convention, Atlanta, Jan. 4-7, The Tricks of Time: Colonial Legacies and Historical Sensibilities in Latin America, paper at Conference on Empire and Underdevelopment: The Colonial Heritage of Latin America Revisited, Princeton University, Dec. 2-3, The Decentered Center and the Expansionist Periphery: The Paradoxes of Post- Colonial Encounter, paper at Conference on Rethinking the Post-Colonial Encounter: Transnational Perspectives on the United States Presence in Latin America, Yale University, New Haven, CT, Oct , Battles of Patriarchs: Historical Reflections on Subaltern Masculinity in Mexico, Latin American Studies Association XIX International Congress, Washington, D.C., Sept , Shining and Other Paths: Conclusion and Prospects, report delivered at Conference on Shining and Other Paths: Anatomy of a Peruvian Tragedy, Prospects for a Peruvian Future, University of Wisconsin-Madison, April 27-30, Haverford Distinguished Lecture, Haverford College, March 31, George J. Mead Lecture, Trinity College, February 7, "Patriarcado y poder: las dinámicas del género y la estructura de clase y color a fines de la Colonia," Conference on "Familia y vida privada: América, siglos XVI a XIX," Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México," Mexico City, May 3-4, Comment, "Was the Quincentennial Worth It? Looking Back at '92," Panel at American Historical Association Convention, Washington, D.C., Dec , "Paradigms of Conquest, Moments of Discovery," Paper at Conference on "Discovery: Meanings, Legitimations, Critiques," University of Wisconsin-Madison, Sept , Keynote Lecture, "Sociedad y poder en América Latina: pasado y presente," Foro de Iberoamérica, Universidad de Salamanca (Spain), June 30-July 2, Andrew Bell Appleby Lecture, San Diego State University, May 1, 1992.
18 "Paradigmas de la conquista: Historia, historiografía y política," FLACSO Conference on "1492 y La Población Indígena de las Américas," Quito, Ecuador, Jan , 1992 (paper delivered in absentia). Comment, Conference on "Early Encounters between Europeans and Indians in Latin America," Northern Illinois University, April 23-24, "Gender, Social Control, and Family Violence: Heroes in Their Own Lives in Comparative Perspective," Social Science History Association Convention, Washington, D.C., November 16-19, General conference discussant, and panelist on "Class and Culture in Highland Indian Communities," Symposium on "Politics, Ritual, and Consciousness in the New World," Smithsonian Institution (Department of Anthropology), June 23-24, "Feudalism, Capitalism, and the World-System in the Perspective of Latin America and the Caribbean," American Historical Association Convention, Chicago, December 27-30, Comment, Conference on "Early European Encounters with the Americas: Reciprocal Influences of Cultures in Contact," Ohio State University, October 9-11, Comment, "Sex and Marriage in Colonial Mexico," Panel at Sixth Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, Smith College, Northampton, MA, June 1-3, "The Age of Andean Insurrection, : A Reappraisal," Social Science Research Council/University of Wisconsin-Madison Conference on "Resistance and Rebellion in the Andean World, 18th-20th Centuries," Madison, Wisconsin, April 26-28, "New Directions in Andean Economic History: A Critical Dialogue with Carlos Sempat Assadourian," American Historical Association Convention, San Francisco, Dec , Comment, "Working Women and the Meaning of the Household: Mexico and Brazil," Panel at American Historical Association Convention, San Francisco, Dec , "The Variety and Ambiguity of Andean Intervention in European Colonial Markets: Some Methodological Notes," Social Science Research Council Conference on "Market Penetration and Expansion in the Andes, 16th-20th Centuries," Sucre, Bolivia, July 28-30, Chairperson, "A Reassessment of Colonial History of Latin America," Panel at the IX National Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, Bloomington, Indiana, October 17-19, 1980.
19 19 "Post-Incaic Alliances in Ayacucho," American Historical Association Convention, New York, Dec. 30, "Evolution of Labor Systems in Colonial Latin America," VIII National Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, Pittsburgh, April 5-7, "The Social Significance of Judicial Institutions in an Exploitative Society: Huamanga, Peru, ," Conference on "Native American States: Historical Consciousness of the Incas and Aztecs, ," Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, Dec. 6-9, "Modalidades políticas y económicas de la explotación en una sociedad precapitalista y comercializada," Seminario Problemática Agraria, Universidad Nacional de San Cristóbal de Huamanga y Pontífica Universidad Católica del Perú (co-sponsors), Ayacucho, December, OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICE (selected off-campus service): Continuous: Professional evaluations (numbers fluctuate year to year but normally exceed 50 individual evaluations or group evaluation sets annually): grant proposals, fellowship candidacies, faculty tenure and promotions, university programs or departments, book/article prize competitions, manuscript reviews, letters of recommendation or evaluation. International outreach: lectures, workshops, courses, consulting, advising, and media interviews while abroad on research. Since the 1990s, exchanges have been especially notable with the following institutions: Instituto de Historia, Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, Chile; FLASCO - Chile, Santiago, Chile; IDES, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Gender Studies Program and Visual Anthropology Program, Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, Peru; Universidad Nacional de San Cristóbal de Huamanga, Ayacucho, Peru; Instituto de Estudio Peruanos, Lima, Peru; Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Chile. Time-bound (selected): Faculty Collaborator with CEHRA (Centro de Estudios Históricos Regionales de Ayacucho), Seminario Internacional Memoria, Género y Etnicidad en los Andes, a conference to mark the sixth anniversary of release of Truth and Reconciliation Report, Universidad Nacional de San Cristóbal de Huamanga, Ayacucho, Peru, 3-6 August Board of Editors, History and Memory, Organizer/Coordinator, International Conference on Memory Across Generations: The Future of Never Again, co-sponsored by University of Wisconsin-Madison
20 and IDES, Buenos Aires (with faculty co-organizer Elizabeth Jelin), Buenos Aires, October Faculty, Social Science Research Council project on ACollective Memory of Repression in the Southern Cone in the Context of Democratization (training program for Latin American Fellows working on memory and history themes, as part of effort to build a new generation of critical social thought intellectuals in the wake of military dictatorships in Southern Cone countries and the Shining Path war and insurgency in Peru). Faculty organizing committee, Legacies of Authoritarianism project and research circle, , University of Wisconsin-Madison. Includes organization of major international conferences in Madison, April 3-5, 1998; Robben Island, South Africa, May 2000; Manila, August 2002; Buenos Aires, October Member, Editorial Board, Latin American Research Review, Chair, Conference on Latin America (CLAH) Distinguished Service Committee, Organizer/Coordinator, International Conference on "Shining and Other Paths: Anatomy of a Peruvian Tragedy, Prospects for a Peruvian Future," University of Wisconsin, Madison, April 27-30, Member, Board of Editors, Social Science History, Faculty, NEH Summer Institute for College Teachers on "Iberia and the New World, : Cultural Encounter and Mutual Exchange," Madison, July, Member, Board of Editors, Ethnohistory, Nominating Committee, Latin American Studies Association, Member, Editorial Board, Hispanic American Historical Review, Organizer/Coordinator, International Conference on "Resistance and Rebellion in the Andean World, 18th to 20th Centuries," co-sponsored by Social Science Research Council and the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, April 26-28, Program Committee, Conference on Latin American History, for 1984 American Historical Association Convention. Secretary, Andean Regional Committee, Conference on Latin American History, Participating Editor, Latin American Perspectives, ca Nominating Committee, Conference on Latin American History, 1982.
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