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1 1 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM Address Department of Modern Languages and Literatures College of Liberal and Fine Arts The University of Texas at San Antonio One UTSA Circle Modern Languages & Literatures HSS San Antonio, TX Work Phone : (210) Work Fax : (210) Work Education Year Degree Major Institution 1987 Doctor of Philosophy Hispanic Univ Calif-Santa Barbara Languages and Literatures 1975 Master of Arts Spanish (Literature) Univ Of Minnesota-Twin Cities 1972 Bachelor's Degree Spanish College of Wooster Academic Experience - Academic Appointments Year Institution Role Description Present UTSA Associate Professor At the graduate and undergraduate level, teaching Digital Filmmaking in the Media Studies program (since 2003); Spanish and Latin American Film (separate seminars on Spain, Argentina, Cuba, and Mexico); Culture and Civilization of Spain; Modern Peninsular literature 1700 to the present; Hispanic Women Writers; Latin American Literature in translation; advanced grammar and composition; introduction to translation; Seminars on Lorca; History of Spanish Theater; Literature of the Spanish Civil War UTSA Assistant Professor At the graduate and undergraduate level, developed courses and readers in Spanish civilization, film, and literature. Multimedia.

2 2 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM San Diego State University Lecturer Taught beginning, intermediate, and advanced Spanish. One advanced conversation class. One literature class. Supervised the GTAS University of California, Santa Cruz, CA University of California, Berkeley, CA University of California, Santa Cruz, CA University of California, Santa Barbara, CA University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Research Associate Research Associate in Literature, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA ( ). Affiliated Scholar Lecturer Beatrice M. Bain Affiliated Scholar, Beatrice M. Bain Research Group, University of California, Berkeley, CA ( ). Taught beginning, intermediate and advanced Spanish to undergrads. Two classes of Spanish Civilization (upper division). One core course in Science and Technology. Teaching Associate Taught beginning, intermediate, and advanced Spanish to undergrads. Teaching Assistant Taught first and second year Spanish to undergrads. Academic Experience - Administrative Positions Year Institution Role Description UTSA Undergraduate Advisor of Record Advised department language majors and minors. Teaching Area of Interest - Teaching Area of Interest Modern Peninsular Literature; Spanish and Latin American Film; Spanish Culture and Civilization; Hispanic Women's Literature; Digital Filmmaking Pedagogy - Courses Taught Year Type Description 2010 Courses Taught By invitation I taught a one week seminar on Digital Filmmaking (in Portuguese). National University (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte), Natal, Brazil. June Host: Sebastião Albano. 56 students. Pedagogy - Significant Course Development Year Type Description Significant Course Development Creation of the Digital Filmmaking Program with chair Marita Nummikoski. Pedagogy - Instructional Development Incorporating New Technology Year Type Description

3 3 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM Present Instructional Development Incorporating New Technology 2011 Instructional Development Incorporating New Technology 2009 Instructional Development Incorporating New Technology Instructional Development Incorporating New Technology Development of courses for WebCT/Blackboard (2002-present). I spent the spring semester completely overhauling and upgrading the Contemporary Spain course (not the same as the Spanish Civ course) by integrating and streamlining 5 powerpoints, my 350 page reader, music and video clips into 8 Powerpoints. I spent the spring semester completely overhauling and upgrading the Spanish Civilization course by integrating and streamlining 5 powerpoints, my 350 page reader, music and video clips into 8 Powerpoints. Taught classes via closed circuit television to UTSA downtown ( ). For the first three years I was the only woman and the only humanities professor doing this. Pedagogy - Other Teaching Activity Year Type Description 02/ /2000 Other Teaching Activity Conducted two Workshops on Teaching Lower Division Language with Marita Nummikoski and Santiago Daydí-Tolson for DMLL lecturers Other Teaching Evaluator of DMLL Lecturers with Marita Nummikoski and Activity 1994 Other Teaching Activity Other Teaching Activity Santiago Daydí-Tolson. Advisor/sponsor/set designer and dresser/prop mistress for Independent Study theater production: Los fantoches (10 students) (S 1994). Trained, supervised and evaluated 18 Graduate Teaching Assistants. San Diego State University, San Diego, CA ( ). Research Interests - Research Interests Modern Peninsular Literature; Spanish and Latin American Film; Spanish Culture and Civilization; Digital Filmmaking; Bibliography; Hispanic Women's Literature. Book or Segment of Book - Book - Bibliography Hemerografía de la mujer en la revista ilustrada española semanal / A Hemerography of Women in the Illustrated Spanish Weekly with introduction. 16,000+ entries based on 30 illustrated Spanish weeklies have been compiled to date. Annotating, indexing, and editing in progress. Distribution by Scarecrow Press on CD-ROM contracted but may be impossible because of a software issue. THIS IS A 40 YEAR PROJECT I BEGAN IN 1972 working alone. Remaining for SECOND review: Nuevo Mundo ; Mundo Gráfico ; and Blanco y Negro Book or Segment of Book - Book - Editor of Book or Book Series or Journal (ed.). The Persistence of Vision: Eliseo Subiela, The Poet of Argentine Cinema. 250 pp essays. Five of the essays are mine, including the introduction (listed below). The rest I am editing and in many cases translating into English. In progress.

4 4 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM Nancy J. Membrez. UTSA. Tilting at Windmills in Latin American Film. Completed.. The Persistence of Vision: Advertising, Surrealism, and the Adman in Subiela's TV Commercials and Feature Films. Revising.. Subiela and Cortázar: A Shared Antenna. Edited.. Epilogue: A Brief Memento Mori. Edited.. The Bizarre Case of K-Pax vs. Man Facing Southeast. In progress.. Fifty Years of Madness: From A Long Silence (1963) to Man Facing Southeast (1986) to Vanishing Landscapes (2012). In progress. Memory in World Cinema. With an eye to publication, I am collecting exceptional essays from the presentations made at the four conferences on Film I have organized. I have accepted ten so far. (ed.). The Cinematic Art of Eliseo Subiela, Argentine Filmmaker. Edwin Mellen Press (Lewiston, NY), pp. 23 essays; 2 interviews; 3 appendices. Illustrated with 51 photographs. 3 photos (cover photo art, self-portrait, and photo of Subiela) are mine. My essays in the book: A Short Apocryphal Biography of Eliseo Subiela. iii. Introduction. v-ix. The Argentine Don Juan: The Case of Dark Side of the Heart The Postmodern Cinderella: The Reinscription of Fairytales in Little Miracles Short, but Sweet: Notes on Eliseo Subiela s Short Films Man on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown: The Evolution of Heartlift (2005) Cathleen Rountree (with Nancy J. Membrez). The Poet of Argentine Cinema: An Interview with Eliseo Subiela (Unabridged) Subiela in a Nutshell I edited and annotated the rest; eight essays and one appendix I translated as well. Book or Segment of Book - Book - Other, mixture of above Eliseo Subiela. Hombre mirando al sudeste y otros guiones de estimated 450 pp. Analytic reconstruction and editing of Eliseo Subiela s screenplays in Spanish with him. v. 1 (of 4) is nearly complete. 350 pages so far. Nancy Membrez, Sobre esta edición: Qué es un guión? (completed) Un largo silencio (Completed) Sobre todas estas estrellas (Completed) La conquista del paraíso (Completed) 37 Anuncios comerciales. 1970, 1975, (Completed 25 of 37) Testigos (Completed) Hombre mirando al sudeste (Completed; annotating) Book or Segment of Book - Book - Monograph The Teatro por horas: History, Dynamics and Comprehensive Bibliography of a Madrid Industry (género chico, género ínfimo and Early Cinema). Diss. University of California, Santa Barbara, pp. Book or Segment of Book - Book - Reference Work A Survey/Catalogue of the Teatro español collection (70 of 224 vols) at the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. I gave 150 pages (single-spaced hard-copy) of my research as a gift to the University of California after the Head of the Bancroft, Charles Faulhaber, announced that the Bancroft would be publishing the very catalogue I was working on. I sent the Bancroft

5 5 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM four separate items: A list of important crossreference sources to assist in the full cataloguing of the Collection. A list of specific errors and additional information based on my crossreferencing of plays in A list of the works I catalogued in with invisible notes made visible. An authority list of authors and their dates. The Spanish Civil War Semicentennial and Homage to Federico García Lorca (Program). Santa Cruz: University of California, UCSC Special Collections: DP269.S67. Reading list: Z2694. W37.M Book or Segment of Book - Segment of Book - Chapter - Edited Book Una entrevista con Paula Félix-Didier, directora del Museo del Cine, Buenos Aires Argentina. In Cine-Lit VII. Ed. by Guy H. Wood. Portland, OR: Portland State and Oregon State Universities, Transcribed and edited for publication Encuentro Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón/Eliseo Subiela and "Encuentro Juan José Campanella/David Trueba" for Letra (Madrid). Contact: Beltrán Gambier, Revista Intramuros. Aide: Gilberta H. Turner Invited article: Testemunho acerca de Eliseo Subiela, paladino do cinema latino-americano. In Sociedade, teorias da mídia, audiovisual e cidadania na América Latina. Eds. Sebastião G. Albano and Maria Érica de Oliveira Lima. Jaboticabal, Brasil: FUNEP, From Professor to Filmmaker. Cine-Lit VI (Portland, OR): Essays on Hispanic Film and Fiction. Edited by Jaume Martí Olivella and Guy H. Wood. Corvallis, OR: Cine-Lit Publications, 2008: Mesa redonda con Helena Taberna (autora-directora española), Andrés Martorell (guionista español), Eliseo Subiela (autor-director argentino), y Jorge Ruffinelli, Stanford University. Transcribed and edited; compiled filmographies. Cine-Lit V: Essays on Hispanic Film and Literature. Edited by Jaume Martí Olivella, George Cabello Castellet and Guy H. Wood. Portland, OR: Portland State and Oregon State University, 2004: "Una entrevista con Eliseo Subiela. Cine-Lit 2000: Essays on Peninsular and Latin American Film and Fiction. Edited by Jaume Martí Olivella, George Cabello Castellet and Guy H. Wood. Portland OR: Portland State and Oregon State Universities, 2001: La cenicienta posmoderna: la reescritura de los cuentos de hadas en Pequeños milagros (1997), de Eliseo Subiela. Cine-Lit 2000: Essays on Peninsular and Latin American Film and Fiction. Edited by Jaume Martí Olivella, George Cabello Castellet and Guy H. Wood. Portland OR: Portland State and Oregon State Universities, 2001: The English version of this article is in my Subiela book. Apostillas a El espíritu de la colmena, de Víctor Erice. Cine-Lit: III Essays on Peninsular and Latin American Film and Fiction. Edited by Jaume Martí Olivella, George Cabello Castellet and Guy H. Wood. Portland OR: Portland State and Oregon State Universities, 1998: The Roots of Raíces: the Genesis of El diosero into Film. Cine-Lit: II Essays on Peninsular and Latin American Film and Fiction. Edited by Jaume Martí Olivella, George Cabello Castellet and Guy H. Wood. Portland OR: Portland State and Oregon State Universities, 1996: La (re)invención de Madrid en el teatro por horas: tipomanía y lenguaje. In Ensayos sobre Carlos Arniches y su obra. Edited by Juan Antonio Ríos Carratalá. Alicante: Instituto Juan Gil Albert, Diputación de Alicante, 1994: El ángel exterminador de Luis Buñuel: auto sacramental cinematográfico. Cine-Lit: Essays on Peninsular Film and Fiction. Edited by Jaume Martí Olivella, George Cabello Castellet and Guy H. Wood. Portland OR: Portland State and Oregon State Universities, 1992: Su Majestad la opereta vienesa y la zarzuela grande. In Teatro en España: Entre la tradición y la vanguardia , edited by María Francisca Vilches and Dru Dougherty. Madrid: Tabapress, 1992:

6 6 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM The Mass Production of Theater in Late Nineteenth Century Madrid. Hispanic Issues: The Institutionalization of Spanish Literature, vol. 3: The Crisis of Institutionalized Literature in Spain. Edited by Nicholas Spadaccini and Wlad Godzdich. Minneapolis: The Prisma Institute, 1988: Book or Segment of Book - Segment of Book - Chapter - Textbook "Una entrevista con el poeta del cine argentino Eliseo Subiela and a 100 word Biography of Subiela" for the English notes in Para siempre, a Spanish textbook written by Marta Montemayor and Marino de León published by Cengage (Houghton-Mifflin). November As a side note, my interview with Subiela is recreated by two actors in the audio materials for the textbook. Four of my photographs are published in Para siempre, a beginning Spanish conversation book written by Marta Montemayor and Marino de León published by Houghton-Mifflin in November I wrote a dialogue for an advanced chapter of Para siempre, a Spanish textbook written by Marta Montemayor and Marino de León published by Cengage (Houghton-Mifflin) in November Essay on Gaudí in Para siempre, a Spanish textbook written by Marta Montemayor and Marino de León published by Cengage (Houghton-Mifflin) in November Correo electrónico (poem in Spanish) is included in Para siempre, a beginning Spanish conversation book written by Marta Montemayor and Marino de León published by Houghton- Mifflin. Geography of Spain (a 100 word cultural note) in Para siempre, a beginning Spanish conversation book written by Marta Montemayor and Marino de León published by Houghton- Mifflin in November "Geography of Argentina (a 100 word cultural note) in Para siempre, a beginning Spanish conversation book written by Marta Montemayor and Marino de León published by Houghton- Mifflin. Book or Segment of Book - Segment of Book - Entry/Chapter - Reference Work "Carlos Arniches - Invited article for Modern Spanish Dramatists: A Biobibliographical Sourcebook, edited by Mary Parker. Greenwood Press, 2002: Five works for Annotated Bibliography on Criticism of Hispanic Women Writers, edited by Lou Charnon Deutsch (University of New York-Stonybrook), My Hispanic Women s Literature (in English Translation) syllabus was selected for inclusion in a book of Annotated Hispanic Women s Literature Syllabi, edited by Linda C. Fox, Indiana University-Purdue University of Fort Wayne. My text is 20 pages long single-spaced. Contributed annotations for eight women writers and their works to Women Writers of Spain: An Annotated Bio-Bibliographical Guide. Edited by Carolyn L. Galerstein. New York: Greenwood Press, Women writers annotated: Rosario Acuña, Pastora Echegaray, Micaela de Silva, Josefina Romo, María del Pilar Sinués de Marco, María Isidra Quintina Guzmán de la Cerda, Joaquina García Balmaseda, María Gertrudis de Hore. Book or Segment of Book - Segment of Book - Other Portion of Book Thesis abstract published in Dissertation Abstracts International 48.6 (1987). Book or Segment of Book - Segment of Book - Creative Work - Poetry My poem "Gray Matter" was selected and published in the Austin International Poetry Fair Anthology di-vêrsé-city Edited by Barbara Youngblood Carr. Austin, Texas: Austin Poets International, Only 110 poems were selected from among 700 entries. My poem "Life Sentence" is published in The Dreamcatcher. San Antonio, TX: Laurel Crown Foundation, 2011.

7 7 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM My poem De-Angeled was published in Voices Along the River San Antonio, TX, I m now a board member of the San Antonio Poetry Fair and can no longer compete in the contest. My poem "Rainlilies" is published in Voices Along the River San Antonio, TX, I m now a board member of the San Antonio Poetry Fair and can no longer compete in the contest. My poem "Google Search" (Honorable Mention) is published in The Dreamcatcher. San Antonio, TX: Laurel Crown Foundation, My poem " 3: Reply to Sender" was selected and published in the Austin International Poetry Fair Anthology di-vêrsé-city Edited by Barbara Youngblood Carr. Austin, Texas: Austin Poets International, 2010: 38. Only 100 poems were chosen out of 678 submitted. My poem "In Cyberspace" won Second Prize in the Forrest Fest in La Mesa, TX. Poem is published in the Forrest Fest Poetry Anthology. La Mesa, Texas Copper Ore (poem) is published in Voices Along the River. San Antonio, TX, I m now a board member of the San Antonio Poetry Fair and can no longer compete in the contest. E = mc2 (poem) was published in The Dreamcatcher. San Antonio, TX: Laurel Crown Foundation, Gingko (poem) is published in Voices Along the River. San Antonio, TX, I m now a board member of the San Antonio Poetry Fair and can no longer compete in the contest. Small Epiphanies: Kindergarten Recess (poem) (Honorable Mention). The Dreamcatcher. San Antonio, TX: Laurel Crown Foundation, Hope (poem) is published in Voices Along the River. San Antonio, TX, I m now a board member of the San Antonio Poetry Fair and can no longer compete in the contest. 500 Kisses (poem) (First Prize in the Adult Division Forrest Fest Poetry Contest in La Mesa, Texas) was published in The Forrest Fest 2007 Anthology. La Mesa, TX, Weather Report (poem) is published in Voices Along the River. San Antonio, TX, I m now a board member of the San Antonio Poetry Fair and can no longer compete in the contest. Dowagers (poem) was published in Voices Along the River. San Antonio, TX, I m now a board member of the San Antonio Poetry Fair and can no longer compete in the contest. Red Flag (poem) (Honorable Mention). San Antonio Poetry Fair. Published in Voices Along the River. San Antonio, TX, June in San Antonio (poem) garnered Honorable Mention in the San Antonio Poetry Fair. October 18, Poem published in Voices Along the River. San Antonio, TX, Necessary Surgery (poem) garnered Honorable Mention and was published in Voices Along the River. San Antonio, TX, 2002: 13. I read this poem at the San Antonio Poetry Fair (City-wide) at Trinity University on October 26, Valentine s Day 2001 (poem) garnered an Honorable Mention in the San Antonio Poetry Fair. I read my work on October 27, 2001 at the Arneson River Theater in downtown San Antonio and the poem was published in the anthology Voices Along the River. San Antonio, Journal Publications - Journal Article - Non-Refereed Journal Me and My Shadow (essay). College of Wooster (Alumni) Magazine (Wooster, OH) (spring 2002). "Writing Home: Detecting Sure Signs of Book Creep (essay). College of Wooster (Alumni) Magazine (Wooster, OH) (fall 2001): 4. Journal Publications - Journal Article - Refereed Journal Tres novelistas del siglo XIX (Galdós, Clarín, Palacio Valdés) y el teatro por horas. Hecho Teatral. Revista de teoría y práctica del teatro hispánico (Madrid) 9 (2009): Dir. Ricardo de la Fuente. Invited article: El ángel exterminador de Luis Buñuel: auto sacramental cinematográfico.

8 8 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM Corregido y aumentado. Significação Revista [brasileira] de cultura audiovisual (Centro de Pesquisa em Poética da Imagem / CEPPI - Departamento de Cinema, Rádio e TV - ECA USP. São Paulo). Número dedicado a Luis Buñuel. Director: Eduardo Peñuela, da Universidade de São Paulo. 29 (outono-inverno de 2008): Cathleen Rountree (with Nancy Membrez). Interview with Eliseo Subiela. Jung Journal: Psyche and Culture 1.3 (Summer 2007): El peón y la Muerte: el caso trasnacional de Macario. Revista Latinoamérica (UNAM) 44.1 (2007): Review of The Nine Guardians by Rosario Castellanos, translated by Irene Nicholson. Translation Review 47 (1995): Delírium tremens: se encaran el teatro popular y el cinematógrafo Letras Peninsulares. Monographic issue on Literature, film and the Other Arts in Modern Spain. 7.1 (Spring 1994): "The Bureaucratization of the Madrid Theater: Government Censorship, Curfews and Taxation ( ). Special issue on the theater in Spain in the 20th century of Anales de la Literatura Española Contemporánea (ALEC), edited by Farris Anderson (1992): "Yanquis, filibusteros y patriotas: prensa y teatro en la España del 98. Cincinnati Romance Review 10 (May 1991): "The Musical Symbiosis of Stage and Street: the zarzuela chica and the organillo. Purdue University Romance Languages Annual, 1990: The Género ínfimo in Madrid Siglo XX/ Twentieth Century 7 ( ): Llévame al cine, mamá: The Cinematograph in Spain Purdue University Romance Languages Annual, 1989: Eduardo Navarro Gonzalvo and the revista política. Letras Peninsulares 1.3 (Winter 1988): Journal Publications - Review Essay - Book Review Essay Review of Teatro histórico: Textos y representaciones, edited by José Romera Castillo (1998), for Anales de la Literatura Española Contemporánea 27.1 (2002): Review of Tales from the Mountain, by Miguel Torga, translated by Ivana Carlsen. Published by Translation Review 48/49 (1995): Review of Teatro en democracia, edited by José Monleón. Estreno (fall 1994). Journal Publications - Review Essay - Film Review Essay Review of the Basque film Ke arteko egunak (Días de humo). Hispania 75.1 (March 1992): Journal Publications - Review Essay - Video Review Essay Review of the video Segunda enseñanza: Los pueblos del caballo. Hispania 74 (May 1991): Reviews of the videos Spain: Everything Under the Sun (English sound track) and España: todo bajo el sol (Spanish sound track). Hispania 73 (May 1990): Presentations - Presentation Academic - Presentation - Academic Read my short story Cine Hiperión at the Labrapalabra reception spring Also published in Labrapalabra online spring I chaired the "Food and Peninsular Literature" session. Food Representation, Literature, Film, and the Other Arts Conference. UTSA, spring Presented La herencia hispánica en (14) videoclips at the Simposio sobre la herencia hispánica, UTSA downtown (2003). Host: Francisco Marcos Marín.

9 9 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM Chaired Session 2 on Eliseo Subiela s Films. Cine-Lit 5 (Portland). February Chaired three sessions at the Food, Literature, Film and Other Arts Conference, organized by Santiago Daydí-Tolson for the Dept of Modern Languages and Literatures (UTSA). Feb , Keynote speaker at the Third International Student Reunion at University Oaks (November 1995). Topic: Making the Invisible Visible: Language, Notions of Culture and Women s Arts. Event organizer: Architecture major Verónica Castro. Hispanic-area coordinator for the American Literature Association Symposium on Women Writers. San Antonio Sept 30-Oct. 3, Organizer: Jeanne Reesman. I was responsible for recruiting speakers for the plenary session and a session on Mexican-American women writers. Celebrating Change: Women Writers from Around the World - two hour panel of papers and bilingual readings for Women s History Week at UTSA (1993). I organized and chaired this panel comprising seven faculty members and one graduate student. In addition, I presented Rosario Castellanos: Another Way to be and prepared and printed the program and bibliography. Women in 19th and Early 20th Century Spanish Periodicals." Paper (expanded version) read by invitation at California State University, San Bernardino, Quincentennial Speaker Series (1991). Presentations - Presentation Professional or Non-Academic - Presentation - Business or Industrial (Non-Compensated) On behalf of Eliseo Subiela, one of several directors of the film, I investigated the whereabouts of the clandestinely-made Argentina 1969: Los caminos de la liberación, an historically important film considered lost or irreparably fragmented and damaged. Based on information he provided me, I combed the internet and wrote letters of inquiry to Havana and Berlin. The Germans replied that they indeed had a pristine copy of the film in their archive. I gave the information to Subiela, who in turn gave it to the Argentine Directors Guild (DAC). The recovered film was shown in Buenos Aires in June 2004 at the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires and in a private showing to Argentine President Néstor Kirchner. I received a formal thank you letter from Eliseo Subiela on behalf of the DAC. I've written these events up in my first book on Subiela. Presentations - Presentation Professional or Non-Academic - Presentation - Professional or Non-Academic Panel chair of two public sessions of The 5th European Film Festival at the Palladium Theater: The Magic of Film and What Makes Foreign Films Foreign?" Special Guest of the Miami International Film Festival in Miami, FL, March 3, I attended the premiere of Eliseo Subiela s film Lifting de corazón/heartlift and was an invited guest with him for a presentation and a public q and a at Books and Books Bookstore and Cultural Center in Coral Gables on March 4, I appeared as a discussant/interpreter on the following panels with Eliseo Subiela, Carroll Ballard, and other filmmakers: The Poetics of Cinema and From Haiku to Breakthrough in Digital Video." Wine Country Film Festival, Napa Valley, California. August Presentations - Conference Presentation or Paper - Conference - Invited Speaker Chaired a panel (not listed under another category) and introduced a film (not listed under another category) at the Memory in World Cinema conference, UTSA DT. Sept From Professor to Filmmaker. Invited Guest Speaker at the French Film Conference, Texas State University, San Marcos. April 3, I showed a number of my short subjects, among them the newest version of my Film Grammar piece (this one in English) and a clip from Portrait in Sepia Tone. Invited speaker at ACTFL Cinema SIG. Still Dreaming with Our Eyes Open: Teaching Film as Film. 60 minutes. San Antonio, TX. November Showed a 6 minute training video in

10 10 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM Spanish as a work-in-progress. Invited speaker at ACTFL by the Cinema SIG. Organizer: Marilyn Kiss. Dreaming with Our Eyes Open: Teaching Film as Film. 75 minutes. Nashville, TN. November 17, Pablo Neruda y la comida: Una celebración. Session/Recital with Santiago Daydí-Tolson. Created a handout and the set design. Food Representation, Literature, Film, and the Other Arts Conference. UTSA, spring Invited speaker at SCMLA, Austin. Hispanist Breakfast. Soñar despiertos: Film Studies and Adventures in Digital Video Production for Spanish Professors. November Host: Stephen Miller. Paper read at SCMLA in Austin. Tres novelistas del XIX (Galdós, Clarín, Palacio Valdés) y el teatro por horas. November Published in Hecho Teatral La (re)invención de Madrid en el teatro por horas: tipomanía y lenguaje." Invited paper read at the Congreso Internacional Carlos Arniches y su obra, sponsored by the Instituto Juan Gil Albert, Diputación de Alicante and the Universidad de Alicante, Alicante, Spain. Organizer: Juan A. Ríos Carratalá (April 1993). Published "Su majestad la opereta vienesa y la zarzuela grande." Paper read by invitation at the Teatro en España: Entre la tradición y la vanguardia Symposium, Madrid, Spain, sponsored by the CSIC (María Francisca Vilches and Dru Dougherty) and the Fundación García Lorca (February 3-7, 1992). Published. Presentations - Conference Presentation or Paper - Conference - Open - International Cincuenta años de locura paper to be read at the Universidad de Córdoba (Argentina) conference on Argentine Cinema, May Introduced Dr. Howard Besser, NYU, keynote speaker at the Memory in World Cinema 2 Conference. UTSA. Sept Organized and Hosted session on Screening the Past: Early Cinema in Spain and Argentina at the Memory in World Cinema 2 Conference. UTSA. Sept I chaired two sessions at Cine-Lit VII in Portland, OR. Feb I showed my interview with Paula Félix-Didier, head of the Cinema Museum, Buenos Aires at Cine-Lit VII, Portland, OR. Feb I gave a dvd of the interview with English and Spanish versions of my "Film Grammar" and other short subjects to each of the 200 participants. "Breves pero punzantes: los anuncios comerciales televisivos de Eliseo Subiela." Memory in World Cinema 2. San Antonio, TX. September "Breves pero punzantes: los anuncios comerciales televisivos de Eliseo Subiela" for the Cine-Lit VII Subiela Panel. Portland, OR, feb Chaired two panels at the Food and the Arts Conference, UTSA. Organizer: Santiago Daydí- Tolson. Feb Showed my 16 Hispanic Heritage spots and "El escritor" (8 minutes) in the Videopoesía panel at the Memory in World Cinema conference, UTSA DT. Sept I introduced and showed my interview with Paula Félix-Didier, director of the Museo del Cine, Buenos Aires Argentina (6 mins.) at the Memory in World Cinema conference, UTSA DT. Sept Conference participants received a copy of this film and my Film Grammar series. Chaired a session at the Atrium conference at UTSA. Organizer: Santiago Daydí-Tolson I introduced speaker Rafael Salaberry and keynote Marvin D Lugo at The Child in World Cinema Conference. UTSA. September I gave two workshops at The Child in World Cinema Conference. UTSA. One on "Children s Toys and the History of Film" (1 hour) and a "Special Workshop on Digital Filmmaking" (4 hours). The latter with Michael Madison. Organizer, Chair, and Respondent: Special Session on Eliseo Subiela: The Poet of Argentine

11 11 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM Film, SCMLA, San Antonio. With Subiela s permission, I screened his first film (20 mins.) Un largo silencio (1963) with my Spanish subtitles. Film Studies Workshop: Optical Toys and Training the eye. European Film Conference. UTSA. As part of the workshop, I showed my Film Grammar short subject. European Film Conference at UTSA. I introduced plenary speakers Dona Kercher and Cathleen Rountree. Sesión sobre el cine de Eliseo Subiela: Cine y literatura. Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Montreal. September Organizer and panelist. My paper discussed Subiela y Cortázar (essay that will go into v. 2 of my book). I showed Testigos, an 8 minute short never seen before, with Subiela s permission. Workshop on Teaching Hispanic Film Studies. Cine-Lit 6 (Portland, OR) with Dona Kercher, Assumption College. February Teaching the Spanish Civil War. Cine-Lit 6 (Portland, OR) Moderator for this panel. February From Professor to Filmmaker. Cine-Lit 6 (Portland, OR). February Showed video clips of my short subjects and my first digital feature. My essay is published in Cine-Lit 6: Essays on Hispanic Film and Fiction, Death and the Peon: The Case of the Transnational Macario. Transnational Cinema Conference, University of London, London, England. November Also chaired the panel in which my paper appeared. Workshop on Teaching Hispanic Film Studies. Cine-Lit 5 (Portland) with Dona Kercher, Assumption College. February El Don Juan argentino: el caso de El lado oscuro del corazón, de Eliseo Subiela (1992)". Paper read at Cine-Lit 5 (2003). The Argentine Don Juan: The Case of Dark Side of the Heart (1992), by Eliseo Subiela. Paper read at the University of Leeds World Cinema Conference, June La cenicienta posmoderna: la reescritura de los cuentos de hadas en Pequeños milagros (1997), de Eliseo Subiela. Paper read at The Latin American Film Conference: Truth in the Lens, at the University of Richmond, Richmond, VA (III-2001). Published in Cine-Lit 2000 in Indio a Indio: la metamorfosis de Macario. Paper read at Cine-Lit 2000 Conference, Portland, OR (February 2000). Co-sponsored by Portland State University and Oregon State University Corvallis. I also chaired the panel on Mexican directors in which my own paper appeared. Revised, it is published under a slighly different title in the Revista Latinoamérica 44.1 (2007). Apostillas a El espíritu de la colmena, de Víctor Erice. paper read at Cine-Lit III Conference, Portland, OR (February 1997). Co-sponsored by Portland State University and Oregon State University - Corvallis. Published in The Roots of Raíces: the Genesis of El diosero into Film." Paper read at Cine-Lit II Conference, Portland, OR in the Cine y narrativa mexicanos session. Also chaired a separate session of Cine y narrativa latinoamericanos. Co-sponsored by Portland State University, Reed College and Oregon State University - Corvallis (February 1994). Published in Cine-Lit Essays 2. El tipo teatral modernista." Paper read in the 20th century Spanish Theater session organized by Luis González del Valle at MLA-New York (1992). Y Dios me hizo mujer (1974), la Creación según Gioconda Belli." Paper read at the Annual conference on Luso-Hispanic and Francophone Women Writers. Wichita State University, Wichita, KS (1992). "Delírium tremens: se encaran el teatro popular y el cinematógrafo " Paper read at MLA-San Francisco in the Teatro y espectáculo session organized by Dru Dougherty (1991). Published in the Letras Peninsulares special issue on film and literature (Spring 1994). El angel exterminador de Luis Buñuel: auto sacramental cinematográfico." Paper read at the Cine-Lit Conference, Portland, OR. Co-sponsored by Portland State University, Reed College and Oregon State University - Corvallis (1991). Published.

12 12 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM Women in 19th and Early 20th Century Spanish Periodicals." Paper read at the Annual conference on Luso-Hispanic and Francophone Women Writers. Wichita State University, Wichita, KS (1991). "The Musical Symbiosis of Stage and Street: the zarzuela chica and the organillo." Paper read at the Purdue University Romance Language Conference (1990). Published in the Romance Languages Annual, Chaired a panel of the Symposium The Child in Hispanic Literature. San Diego State University, San Diego, CA. (S 1990). Yanquis, filibusteros y patriotas: prensa y teatro en la España del 98." Paper presented at the Cincinnati Romance Language and Literature Conference, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH (1990). Published in the Cincinnati Romance Review. Session organizer and leader: The Status of género chico Studies, MLA Convention in Washington, D.C. (1989). Introduction: The Status of género chico Studies, The Café: Cradle of Nineteenth Century Popular Spanish Theater. Paper read at the Romance Relations session subtitled The Café as a Literary Institution at the MLA meeting in Washington (1989). Llévame al cine, mamá : the Cinematograph in Spain " Paper read in the film section of the Purdue University Romance Language Conference (1989). Published in the Romance Languages Annual Organized and chaired the Zarzuela session (special topic: La zarzuela política) at the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese meeting in Denver, CO (1988). Eduardo Navarro Gonzalvo and the revista política." Paper read at the Zarzuela session, AATSP annual meeting in Denver, CO (1988). Published in Letras Peninsulares. "The Musical Symbiosis of Stage and Street: the zarzuela chica and the organillo. Paper read at the Zarzuela session, AATSP annual meeting in Los Angeles (1987). Published. Spanish Civil War Semicentennial and Homage to Federico García Lorca/ El cincuentenario de la guerra civil española y homenaje a Federico García Lorca. University of California, Santa Cruz (19-24 May 1986). Designed, organized, raised funds, hosted, and participated in the weeklong commemoration. Designed, mounted, and introduced the exhibit of books and memorabilia at McHenry Library and Cowell College. I introduced keynote speaker writer Jessica Mitford. Interviewed by Bruce Bratton for local Santa Cruz, CA radio. I also donated posters, photographs, press clippings about the conference and other materials to the University of California, Santa Cruz McHenry Library, Special Collections and sent a duplicate set to Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, the national depository of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade (1986) and to the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, Stanford, CA (1989). In 1997 I donated a program and poster from this conference, as well as the program for the Homage to García Lorca held in August at UTSA, to the Fundación García Lorca in Madrid. Presentations - Conference Presentation or Paper - Conference - Open - Regional Reading my poems about Texas, Love, and Cobwebs (excluding Rhapsodies from Cyberspace) at the Regional Poets Session at SCMLA, San Antonio, TX. November I read a dozen of my "Rhapsodies from Cyberspace" in the Regional Poets Session organized by Prof. John R.O. Gery at SCMLA, San Antonio. The Posmodern Cinderella: The Reinscription of Fairy Tales in Little Miracles [Pequeños milagros], a film by Eliseo Subiela. Paper read at SCMLA, November 2000 as part of the panel Women s Transformations: Fairy Tales, Magic and Mysticism. A longer version of this paper is published in Spanish in Cine-Lit The revised essay in English is in my Subiela book.

13 13 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM Resources in America for the Study of Spanish Theater, Women's Studies and Cinema. With two handouts: Periodicals from Spain at the University of California, Berkeley and A List of Libraries." paper read at the Bibliography and Textual Criticism session of the South Central Modern Language Association's annual meeting, Arlington, TX (1988). Presentations - Presentation Non-Conference - Talks, Colloquia - Non University Read my poem "Google Search" (Honorable Mention) at the Awaken the Sleeping Poet Festival at SAMA, San Antonio, TX Read my poem Small Epiphanies: Kindergarten Recess (Honorable Mention) in The Laurel Crown Poetry Contest, San Antonio, in April. Poem is published in The Dreamcatcher Panelist at the Fourth San Antonio European Film Festival. Palladium Theater, San Antonio, September Steve Kellman, moderator. Invited by Warner s, I hosted a q and a after the sneak preview of the movie Infamous at the Bijou Theater (October 10, 2006). Moderator and Panelist for the Third San Antonio European Film Festival. Panelists: Bernd Moeller, Larry Ratliff, and German filmmaker Saskia Jell. Sponsored by UTSA. March 22, Moderator and Panelist for the Second San Antonio Forum on Contemporary French, German, Italian, and Spanish Film. European Cinema in Transition. European Film Festival. Panelists: Carol Adams-Means, Dora Fitzgerald, and Alain the Chef. Sponsored by UTSA. March Read my poem Red Flag (Honorable Mention) at the San Antonio Poetry Fair held at Trinity University. October 23, Poem published in Voices Along the River, Moderator for New European Film panel with movie critic Larry Ratliff, Dr. Sandra X, Dr. Virginia Higginbotham, UT Austin. Sponsored by UTSA and the consuls of Spain, Italy, Germany and France. European Film Festival. Bijou Theater, Crossroads Mall, San Antonio. March 22, Digital Filmmaking. Demonstration and screening for the Girl Scouts of America Extravaganza, Helotes, TX. March 27, Read my poem June is San Antonio (Honorable Mention) at the San Antonio Poetry Fair held at Trinity University. October 18, Poem published in Voices Along the River, Poetry Recital, by invitation of the Dallas Poets Community, December 11, 2002, at the MacKinney in Dallas, TX. I read my poem Necessary Surgery (Honorable Mention) at the 5th Annual San Antonio Poetry Fair at Trinity University on October 26, Poem was published in Voices Along the River, 2002: 13. I read my poem June in San Antonio as one of 15 finalists (of the original 300 entries) in the Dallas Poets Community Annual National Poetry Contest at the McKinney in Dallas on August 28, I read my poem Valentine s Day 2001 at the 4th Annual San Antonio Poetry Fair on October 27, 2001 at the Arneson River Theater in downtown San Antonio and the poem was published in the anthology Voices Along the River. San Antonio, As one of thirteen finalists of a field of 200 contestants, I read my poems ( An Internet Triptych/Tríptico de Internet ) in a public forum. I received a certificate of achievement in Dallas at the Dallas Poets Community 6th Annual Poetry Contest on August 22, Read my winning short story May I Have This Dance? on radio KOOP in Austin (April 2001), that was rebroadcast on KRTU in San Antonio. Invited speaker at Spanish Honor Society Induction Ceremony, Brackenridge High School, San Antonio, TX (May 2001). Topic: Poesía." Spoke to Spanish classes at Brackenridge HS, San Antonio for recruitment purposes (s 1999). Invited to two of Raúl Serrano s classes for Career Day at McAuliffe Middle School, San Antonio, TX (1996).

14 14 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM Presentations - Presentation Non-Conference - Presentation - Outside Faculty Workshops España : entre la tradición y la modernidad." Invited speaker at the San Antonio Chapter of AATSP (1992). Presentations - Presentation Non-Conference - Presentation - Faculty Research Seminars The Rise of the Urban Bourgeoisie and the Mass Production of Theater in Late Nineteenth Century Madrid." Paper read at the Works-in Progress Colloquium sponsored by the Literature Board, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA (1987). Published in the Hispanic Issues series (University of Minnesota). Presentations - Presentation Non-Conference - Talks, Colloquia - Other University Lecture on Film History at East Stroudsburg University (PA). Contact: Jeff Ruth. March I showed my feature film Portrait in Sepia Tone and numerous UTSA student videos, all with my Portuguese subtitles during my one week seminar on Digital Filmmaking. National University (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte), Natal, Brazil. June Host: Sebastião Albano. I lectured on Hispanic Women Writers in one class and showed my Mexican-American short subject (on Briseño) to two different classes at the University of St. Thomas (Houston). I lectured on film studies and showed my Film Grammar short and 30 minutes of my feature Portrait in Sepia Tone in a World Cinema class at the University of Houston (Houston). Lectured to Thanet College Media Studies students (Nigel Breadman, professor) and to Clarendon House Grammar School (Ramsgate) student filmmakers (Marian Sutton-Jones, professor). Kent, England. Invited lecture on the history of film. Commentary on Cantinflas. Sponsor: Prof. Marilyn Kiss. Wagner College, Staten Island, NY. October Invited lecture on film studies at Barnard College (Columbia University), NY. Sponsor: Prof. Flora Schminovich. October Invited speaker at Texas A & M University. Shadows: The Evolution of My Graphic Narrative. Host: Stephen Miller. Showed all my videos in a public forum and lectured to Dr. Miller s graduate class on Structure and Narrative. Spring "El proceso artístico de Carlos Arniches y José López Silva." Paper read at the Universidad de Córdoba, Córdoba, Spain, at the behest of PRESHCO, a consortium of American universities and the Facultad de Filosofía y letras Attended a Galician literature class and taught an English class at the the Instituto Rosalía de Castro in Santiago de Compostela, Spain (May 1993). Presentations - Presentation Non-Conference - Talks, Colloquia - Within University "Pointing at the Moon" speech. Welcomer/ first speaker/ liaison for The San Antonio Poetry Fair VII-XIV, sponsored by DMLL at the Downtown campus. October Filmed and produced a dvd of the event and 10 minute highlights. Welcomer/ first speaker "And a Little Child Shall Lead"/ liaison for The San Antonio Poetry Fair XIII, sponsored by DMLL at the Downtown campus. October Filmed and produced a dvd of the event and 10 minute highlights (shown the following year). Arranged for the San Antonio Poetry Fair to move to UTSA downtown in fall Welcomer/ first speaker "I'm a Poet and My Feet Show It"/ liaison for The San Antonio Poetry Fair 12, sponsored by DMLL at the Downtown campus. Filmed and produced a dvd of the event and 10 minute highlights.

15 15 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM Welcomer/ first speaker "There Will Be Poetry"/ liaison for The San Antonio Poetry Fair 11, sponsored by DMLL at the Downtown campus. Filmed and produced a dvd of the event and 10 minute highlights. Brown Bag Lunch Speaker for the Social Science Laboratory, UTSA (Jeffrey Halley). Topic: Media Studies. Also showed my Film Grammar training video. Welcomer/ speaker/ liaison for The San Antonio Poetry Fair 10, sponsored by DMLL at the Downtown campus. Filmed and produced a dvd of the event and 10 minute highlights. Welcomer/ speaker/ liaison for The San Antonio Poetry Fair 9, sponsored by DMLL at the Downtown campus. Filmed and produced a dvd of the event and 10 minute highlights. Dos pasiones, dos vocaciones. Presented my research in a public lecture sponsored by DMLL. UTSA (October 2006). Digital Filmmaking. An afternoon of instruction and recording with 20 Girl Scouts at the UTSA Digital Lab. November 6, I made a personalized dvd for each participant. My Experience with Web-CT. Public lecture with panelists. UTSA. November 7, Moderator and participant on the panel Women Making It in Academia. Women s History Week (March 2000). Also created a handout for the event. Conducted tour of the Distance learning facility on campus for a local boy scout troop (S 1997). Organized a 60th anniversary Homage to Federico García Lorca, a public event as the climax of my seminar on this author, August 1, My film class (SPN 4513) hosted an event for Women s History Week 1995: Como agua para chocolate (scripted by Laura Esquivel based on her best-selling novel). I offered an introduction and handout. Yanquis, filibusteros y patriotas: prensa y teatro en la España del 98." Paper presented in the Spanish Department Seminar series, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA (1990). Published in the Cincinnati Romance Review. Academic Job Hunting. Lecture to graduate students, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA. (fall 1990). Researching Women in Spanish Periodicals of the 19th and 20th Centuries. With handouts: La mujer en el refranero and Periodicals from Spain at the University of California, Berkeley. Paper read for the Seminar series, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA (1989) and Beatrice M. Bain Scholars Lecture Series, University of California, Berkeley, CA (1989). An Icon is Worth a Thousand Words: Creating Picture Fonts for Macintosh Applications for Use in the Preparation of Foreign Language Materials." Demonstration and handout - San Diego State University (1989). How to Select, Mount and Use Pictures as Visual Aids in Foreign Language Instruction." Teacher training demonstration for new teaching assistants, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA (1989). An Icon is Worth a Thousand Words: Creating Picture Fonts for Macintosh Applications for Use in the Preparation of Foreign Language Materials." Demonstration and handout - Software Fair, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA (1988). Invited lectures in Dr. Gabriel Berns's Spanish literature classes, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA: Lorca en Nueva York y Nueva York en Lorca: La geografía de Poeta en Nueva York (1984, 1985). Woman's Place in the Hispanic Vision (1984). La mujer encerrada: Woman's Culture and Woman's Place in Bodas de sangre, Yerma and La casa de Bernarda Alba (1983). How to Select, Mount and Use Pictures as Visual Aids in Foreign Language Instruction." Teacher training demonstration for new teaching assistants, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA (1979).

16 16 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM Presentations - Creative Writing Readings - Readings - International Read my poem Gray Matter at the Austin International Poetry Fair. Opening night April 7th at Huston-Tillotson College, Austin, Texas. April Poem published. I was invited to read my poems at the Austin International Poetry Festival. Two occasions. Opening night April 15th at the Ruta Maya Café and with 10 other poets on April 17th at the New World Deli. Austin, Texas Products and Patents - Professional Product - Professional Product Created the Iberia and Alfabeto fonts of Hispanic images for Macintosh applications. Also digitized Hispanic clip art (MacPaint) (1988). Designed a Basque alphabet font for the Macintosh (1993). Products and Patents - Professional Product - Video for the Academic Discipline "A gramática do cinêma", Portuguese version of my "Film Grammar" digital piece in progress. 8 mins. Filmed Dr. Howard Besser s Keynote speech at the Memory in World Cinema 2 Conference I organized, Editing in progress. Filmed and edited Viva el español!", cultural event by and for students at UTSA, spring Host: Gilberta Turner. 26 minutes. DVD. Archival Copy in Language Lab. I am editing the 3 1/2 hours of recordings for the organization Letra (Madrid). Buenos Aires, ciudad invitada. Remaining: "Encuentro Fernando Rodríguez Lafuente/Abel Posse," "Encuentro Alberto Corazón/Alicia de Arteaga" y "Clausura." The events took place in Madrid in July Contact: Beltrán Gambier, Revista Intramuros (Madrid) Edited and created a dvd for the organization Letra (Madrid). Buenos Aires, ciudad invitada. Events took place in July Camera: Fernando Arturo Vílchez Rodríguez. Contact: Beltrán Gambier, Revista Intramuros "Inauguración: tango." 10 mins. "La noche del siglo de oro en la Discoteca Kapital." 3 mins. Encuentro Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón/Eliseo Subiela. 8 mins. "Encuentro Juan José Campanella/David Trueba". 18 mins. "Performance de 'Amparo para la vehemencia,' de Alba Soto." 11 mins. Homenaje a Juan Ramón Jiménez. 48 mins. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab, to participants, and the Juan Ramón/Cenobia Library at the University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras. Dr. Josefa Dorta Luis (Universidad de la Laguna, Canarias). De la fonética articulatoria a la acústica y sus aplicaciones. Introduction by Francisco Marcos Marín. 90 minutes. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Film Grammar. 3rd ed. 8 minutes. Filmed, directed, edited, and created a dvd. I gave every Film Conference (sept 2009) participant a copy. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. "Gramática del cine. 3rd ed. 8 minutes. Filmed, directed, edited, and created a dvd. I gave every Film Conference (sept 2009) participant in Spanish a copy. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Petite Grammaire du Film with Cristian Bratu (Baylor University). 8 minutes. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. I gave every Film Conference participant in French a copy. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Dr. Marvin D lugo (Clark University). The Political Economy of Innocence: Children in World Cinema. Keynote speech at the Child in World Cinema Conference (sept 2009). 50 minutes. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the Language Lab. Dr. Dona Kercher. Latin Hitchcock." Keynote speech. UTSA European Film Conference. 60 minutes. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Dr. Steven Kellman: The Film Critic in American and European Film Criticism." Keynote

17 17 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM speech. UTSA European Film Conference. 60 minutes. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Dr. Cathleen Rountree: The Film Director as Shaman." Keynote speech. UTSA European Film Conference. 60 minutes. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Dr. José Moreno de Alba. Las Academias de la lengua and Consultas en línea. 40 and 25 minutes respectively. Plenary speaker. Linguistics Conference, UTSA. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Spanish Cultural and Historical Society. Gala and Colonial Dancing at the Spanish Governor s Palace. 78 mins. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Dr. Amando de Miguel. La sociedad española actual. 53 mins. Plenary speaker. Linguistics Conference, UTSA. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Dr. Margarita Súñer. La lingüística formal. 37 minutes. Plenary speaker. Linguistics Conference, UTSA. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Dr. Milton Azevedo. Literary Linguistics. 37 mins. Plenary speaker. Linguistics Conference, UTSA. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Dr. Rafael Salaberry. Conceptualización del pasado en español como L2. 46 mins. Plenary speaker. Linguistics Conference, UTSA. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Rolando Briseño, San Antonio Artist. Lecture at the San Antonio Museum of Art (60 minutes) and Music video of his paintings (3 minutes). Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Prof. Paul Ilie s guest lecture: The Language of (Spanish) Exile. 60 mins. Filmed and edited a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Artist "Marie-Laure Ilie: Draping and Beyond. Her exhibit at the UTSA Art Gallery. 4 minutes. Filmed, edited and created a dvd. Two versions: one in English, the other in French. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab and in the Art Dept. Running on her website. Don Quixote Reading. 9 minutes and 35 minutes. Filmed, edited and a made a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Episodio del Quijote. 12 minutes. Filmed, edited and a made a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Pachanga. 30 minutes. Filmed, edited and a made a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Homenaje a Gabriela Mistral. 36 mins. Filmed, edited and a made a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Dr. Malgorzata Oleszkiewicz s lecture The Black Madonna. 39 minutes. Filmed, edited and a made a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. El retablo de las maravillas by Miguel de Cervantes. Dramatic reading. Filmed, edited and a made a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Videotaped and edited Directors Round Table, Cine-Lit V. Edited transcript published in the book of Cine-Lit essays Products and Patents - Professional Product - Video for the Profession Filmed and edited Miller's The Crucible (UTSA student production). Crew: Micah Wright. 150 mins. April DVD copy in the DMLL Lab and the English Dept. Filmed in Buenos Aires, Argentina and then edited at home "Museo del Cine (Buenos Aires)"/"The Cinema Museum of Buenos Aires". 6 mins. I also produced a subtitled version in English. Copies on dvd were given to Spanish-language participants of the Memory in World Cinema Conference Archival copy in the Language Lab at UTSA. Multiple copies of DVD in use by NYU Cinema Studies Dept. (Film preservation). "A Midsummer s Night Dream" (student production). With Alissa Yike. 1:40. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the Language Lab and the English Dept. A Driving Desire: Katherine Anne Porter. 49 mins. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival

18 18 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM copy in the DMLL Lab and the English Dept. Artist Marie-Laure Ilie s lecture: Draping and Beyond." 30 mins. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab and in the Art Dept. Products and Patents - Professional Product - Video for a General Audience "14th Annual San Antonio Poetry Fair. 65 mins. Highlights, 18 mins. UTSA. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. "13th Annual San Antonio Poetry Fair. 45 mins. Highlights, 14 mins. UTSA. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Journey of the Silver Chord (the musical drama) in Kerrville, TX. I shot the 90 minute performance using two cameras. Michael Madison is editing the footage. "12th Annual San Antonio Poetry Fair. 60 mins. Highlights, 10 mins. UTSA. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. "11th Annual San Antonio Poetry Fair. 60 mins. Highlights, 10 mins. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. 10th Annual San Antonio Poetry Fair. 64 mins. Highlights, 10 mins. UTSA. Filmed, edited, and created a dvd. Archival copy in the DMLL Lab. Creative Works - Theatre, Film, TV or Dance - Dance Performance Motion Picture "The Legend of the Rainlily and the Star". Short subject. Ten minute film based on one of my poems. Starring Rebekah Hernandez and Jason Cox Creative Works - Theatre, Film, TV or Dance - Feature Film Portrait in Sepia Tone. Digital Feature Film I was screenwriter, director, producer, wardrobe and prop mistress, set designer, set builder, set dresser, shooter (1/3), and editor. 1:54. web site: In June 2009, the MPAA officially rated my film PG-13 for sexual content and some drug material." Creative Works - Theatre, Film, TV or Dance - Film Screening Portrait in Sepia Tone. Digital Feature Film with my Spanish subtitles. One of only a handful accepted from the USA., it screened at the 25th International Film Festival in Bogotá, Colombia in Women's Section (out of competition) on October 9, 2008 in the Skandia Cinema. Four screenings of Portrait in Sepia Tone. International Filmmaker Festival, Kent England. Portrait in Sepia Tone Screening. Southwest/Texas Popular & American Culture Associations' 29th Annual Conference. Albuquerque, NM. I showed my film to the conference participants and also included a 4 minute documentary on Strategies for Re-creating the Texas Edwardian and Beyond in Portrait in Sepia Tone. My seven 30-second video spots advertising the BA and MA in Spanish at UTSA for the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures were seen briefly on the Spanish-language channels in town as Public Service Announcements. My seven 30-second video spots advertising the BA and MA in Spanish at UTSA for the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures were shown at the Foreign Languages Awards Ceremony at UTSA in March Creative Works - Theatre, Film, TV or Dance - Subtitle For Eliseo Subiela I subtitled Un largo silencio (1963), his first film, in Spanish because parts of the soundtrack are damaged. 20 minutes. Creative Works - Theatre, Film, TV or Dance - Subtitle Translation

19 19 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM For Eliseo Subiela, I translated his 100 page screenplay Paisajes devorados, the 100-word synopsis, the 500-word Director's Statement, budget terms, and short biographies of personnel in In January 2012, I revised my translation of Vanishing Landscapes for the English subtitles. It took about three weeks to hone the subtitles and then hammer out changes in the script as filmed (actors' adlibs or changed lines) with Subiela via . The film will premiere with my subtitles at the Guadalajara (Mexico) International Film Festival in March For Eliseo Subiela, I am subtitling in English The Conquest of Paradise [La conquista del paraíso]. Feature film. In progress For Eliseo Subiela, I wrote the English subtitles for his feature film The Hostage of Illusion [Rehén de ilusiones]. April I also translated the 100 word synopsis. The film with my subtitles was seen at the Cairo Film Festival December For Eliseo Subiela, I subtitled in English Un largo silencio / A Long Silence (20 minutes), Testigos / Witnesses (8 minutes); Sobre todas estas estellas / About All These Stars (20 minutes). I translated into English an 8 page treatment of Eliseo Subiela s Vito y Zoé, a blurb, a 100 word synopsis, and 200 word synopsis. Sent to Hollywood producers I wrote the English subtitles for Eliseo Subiela s film No mires para abajo in collaboration with him. I also corrected to timecode the first draft on video before we finalized the subtitles. Fall Shown as a work-in-progress April 17 and 22, 2007 at the Syracuse International Film Festival, Syracuse, NY. It was also shown at the Philadephia Film Festival My name and UTSA are credited at the end of the film. To date the film has won 6 international festival prizes and is now in distribution on dvd (with my subtitles as an option) through Creative Works - Theatre, Film, TV or Dance - Artistic Director Wrote, shot and edited my digital short El escritor/the Writer. 7 minutes. With and without English subtitles Re-cut my sixteen 30-second Public Service Announcements for Hispanic Heritage Month (2003). Wrote, shot and edited eight more 30 second Public Service Announcements for the Spanish Program at UTSA (2003). Wrote, shot and edited The Penguin s Complaint, a three minute digital video for children (2003). Also produced a Spanish version. Wrote, shot and edited The Turtledove, a 12 minute digital video featuring Michael Madison and Ademola Elliotte (2003). Wrote, shot and edited The Sombrilla at UTSA, a one minute digital video (2003). Wrote and illustrated storyboards and slogan for the Dept. of Modern Languages and Literatures campaign: Reach Out to the World. My digital video class produced 30-second TV spots in English (PSA s). For my Advanced Digital Filmmaking class I wrote, shot and edited a three 1/2 minute PSA for Palo Alto College, at Northwest Vista College. Co-produced with my video partner Ritsa Winters. It is seen on the Internet (www.accd.edu: college virtual tours) and distributed on CD-Rom (2002). I wrote, shot, and edited Lifesaver/ Salvavidas, a 3 1/2 minute art video without words (2002). I wrote, shot, and edited Jigsaw Puzzle, a one minute video based on one of my poems (2002). Scripted, shot, edited and produced seven 30-second video spots advertising the BA and MA in Spanish at UTSA for the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. They are based on unique poetry in Spanish and my slogan El español: la lengua de tu alma/ Spanish the Language of Your Soul. Creative Works - Theatre, Film, TV or Dance - Design Costume I dressed professional actor Craig Rainey for his role as a vampire for Non-Filtered Productions,

20 20 of 36 6/14/ :40 AM San Antonio, TX. Summer Creative Works - Theatre, Film, TV or Dance - Screenplay I wrote a short screenplay: "The Weather Report" based on one of my poems and a true story Snow Blind (aka Hotel Grand Richmond), an original feature-length screenplay. Script is registered with the Writers Guild of America. An original feature-length screenplay, Amethyst and Ashes. Script is registered with the Writers Guild of America. Cántico, an original feature-length screenplay in Spanish. Registered with the Writers Guild of America. An original feature-length screenplay, Portrait in Sepia Tone. Script is registered with the Writers Guild of America. I also completed the script in Spanish for subtitling. Creative Works - Visual Art - Exhibition in a Non-Juried Event The John Peace Library included my Portrait in Sepia Tone script and a number of my photographs in an exhibit of UTSA professors activities. Curated by Dennis Medina, Special Collections. Fall Contracts, Grants and Fellowships - Contracts Year Funding Source Role Title 07/2002 UTSA Principal Investigator WebCt training. Contracts, Grants and Fellowships - Grants Year Funding Source Role Title 06/1999 Dean's Circle Award, UTSA Principal Investigator Research my book on women at the University of California at Berkeley. 06/1999 Center for the Study of Women and Gender, UTSA Principal Investigator Research my book on women at the University of California at Berkeley Office of the Provost, UTSA 1996 Center for the Study of Women and Gender, UTSA 1994 Office of the Provost, UTSA 1990 University of Nevada, Reno Principal Investigator Principal Investigator Principal Investigator Principal Investigator 1990 Media Technology Principal Services, San Diego Investigator State University, Faculty Research Grant for Summer Spent five weeks in Madrid researching my book on women at the National Library and Hemeroteca Municipal. Research on my book on women at the University of California at Berkeley. Ninja Turtles, the Macho King and Madonna s Navel: Taking Popular Culture Seriously. Professional seminar at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA (Summer 1994). Basque Studies Consortium Scholarship, University of Nevada, Reno, NV. Studied Basque in San Sebastián, Spain (Summer 1990). Micro-grant: Visuals for Spanish Language Instruction. Faculty sponsor and advisor for Graduate Teaching Assistant semester

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