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1 ADA ORTUZAR-YOUNG (preferred) (Cell) ACADEMIC DEGREES New York University, M.A (French); M.A (Spanish); Ph.D University of Wisconsin, B.A EMPLOYMENT Spanish Department, Drew University, Madison, New Jersey 07940, Tel: TEACHING EXPERIENCE Drew University: Professor of Spanish Associate Professor Spanish Assistant Professor of Spanish Instructor of Spanish Grades 7 12: The Spence School, New York, New York The Baldwin School of New York City COURSES TAUGHT REGULARLY Courses Teach in English: College Seminar (for first year students): Local and Global in Latin American Film Latinos in the US: Images of Self and Family Gender in Contemporary Hispanic Fiction and Film From Magical Realism to Globalization in Latin American Literature and Film Courses Taught in Spanish for Spanish Majors and Minors: Intermediate Spanish Spanish Conversation: Hispanic Media and Society Spanish Conversation: Hispanic Theatre Spanish Composition Spain, Latin America, the U.S.: An Odyssey of Cultures Gender and Representation in Hispanic Literature and Film Relationships, Marriage, and Romance in Hispanic Literatures and Film Memories and Migrations: U.S. Latinos in Literature and Film Hispanic Cultures in the U.S.: Colonial Spain, Ethnics, Post-Ethnics (Senior Seminar) Diaspora and Space in Hispanic Fiction and Film 1

2 STUDY ABROAD Have led short term courses/seminars abroad for Drew University students to Spain, Mexico, Costa Rica, the Hispanic Caribbean, and Argentina. ADMINISTRATIVE / LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Drew University: Jan-04-Jun-06:Chair, Spanish Department Co-Chair, Foreign Language Council Dean s Council (member) Chair, Spanish Department Director, Latin American Studies 1987-Jan-89 Acting Chair, Spanish Department Chair, Spanish Department ASSESSMENT AND PROGRAM ACCREDITATION Member of re-accreditation teams of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools/ Commission on Higher Education. Participated in institutional accreditation visits for the following universities: a) Dickinson College, March/April, 1992; b) Albright College, November, 1994; c) Manhattanville College, March, 2002; d) Universidad del Turabo, Puerto Rico, March, 2005; American University of Paris, March, Program reviewer (outside evaluator) of Modern Language Departments for Stockton College of New Jersey, Pomona, NJ, (March, 1998) and The College of Staten Island of the City University of New York (April, 2006) College Board/ETS Consultant: Spanish AP Reader in Speaking and Writing since Table Leader for Writing. Program reviewer for NCATE (National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education). Evaluated Undergraduate and Masters foreign language programs in teaching education, applying ACTFL standards, leading towards program national certification. (Spring, present) AWARDS, APPOINTMENTS AND HONORS N.E.H. Fellow at Yale University.Title of Seminar:"The Concept of Culture and the Idea of Literature in Modern Latin America," (Director: Roberto Gonzalez Echevarria) Summer N.E.H Fellow at Princeton University. Title of seminar: "Literary History in Conception and Practice." (Director: Earl Miner, Professor of English and Comparative Literature) Summer, Elected President of FLENJ, the Foreign Language Educators of New Jersey, (The state-wide organization of foreign language professionals K-16), Board member of FLENJ:

3 Editor of The FLENJ Notes, the newsletter of the Foreign Language Educators of New Jersey, Editor of ENLACE, the newsletter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Conference Chair of Eighth Biennial Conference of the Northeast Regional AATSP (hosted by Drew University, September, 1998), and member of Steering Committee of Ninth Biennial Regional AATSP (Yale University, September, 2003). Certified as Oral Proficiency Tester in Spanish by ACTFL (American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Languages) (May, 2009) Currently working on rating OPIc tests (rating oral proficiency tests administered entirely via computer) Member of the Editorial Board of Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy (September, 2009-present) SCHOLARLY RESEARCH Publications: Tres representaciones literarias de la vida política cubana. NJ: Senda Nueva de Ediciones, Review of Antonio Fernández Vázquez's La novelística cubana de la revolución, Miami, Ediciones Universal (1980) in Círculo. Revista de Cultura, vol. XI, pages , fall "La evolución del protagonista en la novelística de Carlos Loveira," Circulo. Revista de Cultura vol. XII, fall Review of Rafael Falcón's La emigración puertorriqueña a Neuva York en los cuentos de José Luis Gonzáles, Pedro Juan Soto y José Vivas Maldonado, Senda Nueva de Ediciones (1980) Círculo. Revista de Cultura, fall Review of COMPress software course English as a Second Language, The Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies. Vol. 20, Number 3/4, Review of Matías Montes Huidobro's Persona: vida y máscara en el el teatro puertorriqueño, Puerto Rico (1984) Círculo. Revista de Cultura, fall "Lydia Cabrera" in Diane Marting, Editor. Fifty Spanish American Women Writers. New York: Greenwood Press, 1990, Review of Iraida Iturralde's Tropel de espejos, Madrid: Betania (1989), Linden Lane Magazine, October/December, Review of Frank Dominguez Spanish Microtutor. Version 2.0. Computer Software Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1989 IBM-pc DOS 3.1, 256k,disk. Hispania, (May, 1991) "Lydia Cabrera," in Diane E. Marting, Editor. Escritoras de Hispanoamerica. Una guía bio- bibliográfica. Colombia: Siglo XXI Editores, 1990,

4 Review of Manuel Augusto Cabrera Ossers' La expresividad en la cuentística de Juan Bosch. Análisis estilístico. Santo Domingo, República Dominicana: Editora Alfa y Romeo, 1989, Hispania. (December, 1991) Review of Kenneth E. Hall's Guillermo Cabrera Infante and the Cinema. Newark, Delaware Juan de la Cuesta, 1989, Inter-American Review of Bibliography (Department of Cultural Affairs of the Organization of American States), Vol.XL, 1990, No.3, "Escritura e individualidad en tres mujeres hispanas en los Estados Unidos," in New Voices in Latin American Literature / Nuevas voces en la literatura latinoamericana. New York: Ollantay Press, 1993, "Concha Alós" in Linda Gould Levine, et. al. eds., Spanish Women Writers. New York: Greenwood Press, 1993, Federico García Lorca in Mary Parker (Editor) Modern Spanish Dramatists. New York: Greenwood Press, 2002): Revisión de la relación madre hija en Almudena Grandes, in Clementina Adams (editor). Rebeldía, denuncia y justicia social: Voces enérgicas de autoras hispanoamericanas y españolas. Miami, FL: Ediciones Universal (2004) Memoria y transculturación en el teatro de Dolores Prida en Nueva York Hispania 88.4 (2005): Papers, Workshops and Conference Contributions: Organized and chaired section on "Revolutionary Literature in Spanish America," Northeast Modern Language Association, The University of Pittsburgh, April Organized and Chaired section on "Political Repression in Hispanic Literature," Northeast Modern Language Association, The State University of New York-Albany, March Organized and chaired section on "The Characterization of Women in Hispanic Literature," National Convention. Modern Language Association, New York, "La cuestión de la honra en Cinco horas con Mario, Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico, San Juan, PR, October 31- November, "Cinco horas con Mario: el ser y el parecer," Northeastern Modern Language Association, Southeastern Massachusetts University, March Organized and chaired section on "The Concept of Cultural Identity in the Literature of Spanish Speaking Groups in the United States," National Convention. Modern Language Association, Los Angeles, December 1982 "La temática de la revolución en Maneras de Contar," National Convention. Modern Language Association, Los Angeles, December "El punto de vista en Nada y La isla de los demonios, Northeast Modern Language Association, Annual Convention, Allegheny College, Erie, PA, April "Primitivismo y violencia en Pedro Páramo, International Convention of the Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, Brown University, August

5 Organized and chaired section on "Spanish Narrative After Franco," Northeast Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, PA, March "Relectura de Doña Bárbara: fuerzas naturales y sobrenaturales," Northeast Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, Pa, March Chair and Panel Moderator, "De lo solidario a lo solitario: la poesía póstuma de Pablo Neruda," Symposium on Spanish American Nobel Laureate Writers, Jersey City State College, March, "The Negative Archetype in Rómulo Gallegos' Doña Bárbara," Northeast Modern Language Association, Hartford, Ct., March "Función social del discurso en una novela de Miguel Delibes." Northeast Modern Language Association, New Brunswick, NJ, March "Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Advantages and Limitations," Northern New Jersey Foreign Language Academic Alliance, William Paterson College, Wayne, NJ, May "The Microcomputer in Composition Instruction: A Report from the Field," C.A.L.I.C.O. Symposium, Annapolis, MD, May "Our Latin American Neighbors: Chronicle of a Death Foretold." Program of the New Jersey Committee for the Humanities, Rossmoor Community Association, Jamesburg, N.J, June Chair, Pedagogy Section, "Keeping the Teacher in the Background." Biennial Northeast Regional Meeting of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, The University of Massachusetts at Amherst, September "The Microcomputer as a Learning Environment for Foreign Language Instruction," Biennial Northeast Regional Meeting of the Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, The University of Massachusetts at Amherst, September "Generating Ideas: Using the Word Processor in Spanish Composition Classes," Computers in Liberal Arts Education, York College, City University of New York, March "Culture in Conflict in Luz Maria Umpierre's... Y otras desgracias and Other Misfortunes..., 4th Annual Graduate Women's Studies Conference, Feminism and Its Translations, Princeton University, March "El desvelamiento del personaje en El beso de la mujer araña y Arturo, la estrella más brillante, Northeast Modern Language Association, Boston, April "El tema de la soltería en "Los convidados de agosto' de Rosario Castellanos," XIII Annual Hispanic Literature Conference, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, October "Computer Assisted Language Learning: Some Pedagogical Considerations," Summer Institute for Foreign Language Teachers Training at John Jay College of C.U.N.Y., New York City, July "Re-creando un discurso femenino: la mujer del Caribe en los Estados Unidos," Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, Mexico City, August "La desintegración del personaje en la cuentística de los sesenta de Lino Novás Calvo" Fuera de Cuba/Outside Cuba Symposium, Rutgers University, October

6 "The Role of New Technologies in Advanced Language Instruction: Issues and Implications." Modern Language Association, Washington, D. C., December "Mujeres hispanas y su escritura: Cuza Malé,Iturralde y Umpierre," Ollantay Center for the Arts, New York, March "Mulata y sociedad en la cuentística de Lydia Cabrera," Northeast Modern Language Association, Toronto, Canada, April Chair, Section on Puerto Rican Area Studies Topic: Puerto Rican Narrative, Fourth Biennial Northeast Regional Meeting of the American Association of Teacher of Spanish and Portuguese, Providence, Rhode island, Sept "Tradición cultural y realización individual en la cuentística de Nicolasa Mohr." Fourth Biennial Northeast Regional Meeting of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Providence, Rhode Island, Sept "La mujer puertorriqueña en Nueva York en la narrativa de Nicholasa Mohr: cultura y conflicto," Conference on Cultural Conflict in Contemporary Literature, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, February, Chair, Session on on "La literatura del Caribe" (Topic: "Visiones del mestizaje"), Northeast Modern Language Association, Hartford, Conn. April '91. "The 1492 Encounter of Cultures: America As Seen By Its First Explorers" Annual Spring Meeting of Foreign Language Educators of New Jersey, Rider College, March, "History and Plausibility in the Film Version of García Márquez's Eréndira," Northeast Modern Language Association, Buffalo, N.Y., April, "Algunas consideraciones temáticas sobre el desarrollo de la literatura cubana en el exilio," Cuban Literature: The Writer in Exile Conference, Ollantay Center for the Arts/La Guardia Community College, New York, May, "Legado psicológico de la interacción afroiberoamericana en los personajes de Lydia Cabrera," XXIX Congreso. Instituto Internacionalde Literatura Iberoamericana, Barcelona, Spain, June, "Visual Representations of the Encounter, Centuries, in the Summer Seminar for Secondary School Teachers on "Rediscovering the Encounter: The Worlds of 1492," sponsored by the New Committee for the Humanities, Brookdale Community College and Essex County College, July, Lecture/film discussion: "God and Gold in the Context of the Spain of 1492," Jersey City State College Humanities Media Series on the Columbus Quincentennial, in cooperation with the N.J. Committee for the Humanities, Belleville Public Library, Nov., "El hombre, la mujer y el paradigma de la conquista en Doña Bárbara, Conference on Creación femenina en el mundo hispánico, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, November, Integrating Latina Culture and Literature Into the Curriculum, Hispanic Association for Higher 6

7 Education Annual Conference, Atlantic City, N.J.,February, "Cultura, hogar y mujer en la obra de Rosario Castellanos," Northeast Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, Pa., March, "The Maternal Subject in the Narrative of Concha Alós," National Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Phoenix, Arizona, August, "Using Computers in Foreign Language Instruction," Annual Teachers Conference of the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools, October, "Hypermedia Learning: The Computer and the Teaching of Grammar," Foreign Language Educators of New Jersey, Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, N. J., November, "Mothers, Daughters and Tradition in Mexican Society," Resource Center for Women, Summit, N. J., November, "Memoirs and Reflections in the the Narrative About Growing Up Hispanic in the United States," Hispanic Association for Higher Education 16h Annual Conference, Atlantic City, N. J., February, "The Personal and the Collective: Caribbean Women Writers in the U.S." American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Sixth Biennial Northeast Regional Meeting. Yale University, Sept.-Oct., "Issues of Self-Representation in Dreaming in Cuban and How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accent. Northeast Modern Language Association, Boston, April, "History, Memory and Fiction in the Work of Judith Ortiz Cofer," American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese National Convention, San Diego, Calif., August, "Narrative Intimacies: The Return to the Maternal in Judith Ortiz Cofer," Conference on Caribbean Literature at The New School for Social Research, New York City, April, 1996 "Cinematic and Literary Icons: María Luisa Bemberg's 'Yo, la peor de todas'," Seventeenth Annual Meeting on Latin American Literature, Montclair State University, Montclair, N. J., April, "Engendrando la historia: Puerto Rico y los Estados Unidos en la obra de Judith Ortiz Cofer," XXXI Congreso Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, Caracas, Venezuela, June, "Archetypal Patterns of the 'solterona' in Spanish Literature in the Twentieth Century," Seventh Biennial North East Regional Meeting of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, September, "History, Fiction, Film: María Luisa Bemberg's 'Camila'," Twenty-First Annual Colloquium on Modern Literature and Film, at West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV October,1996. "Re-construyendo la historia: Una perspectiva literaria étnica de la diáspora puertorriqueña," Modern Language Association National Convention, Washington, D.C., Dec "Camila O'Gorman: Texto escrito, texto visual" CINE-LIT III. An International Conference on Hispanic Literatures and Cinematographies." Portland, Oregon, February,

8 Conducted Professional Development Workshop: "Virtual Reality: Using the Internet to Build Communities for Foreign Language Teaching/Learning". Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, New York City, April, Chair, Session: Maria Luisa Bemberg: Cinema and the Female Life-Text", Northeast Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, Pa. April, "The Mother/Daughter Plot in Like Water for Chocolate", Northeast Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, Pa. April, "Forms of Communication in Cristina Garcia's novel Dreaming in Cuban, AATSP, Nashville, TN, November, Mini Film Festival La última cena, a Film by Cuban Director Tomás Gutiérrez Alea American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, San Juan, Puerto Rico, August, Home, Nation, Performance. The Hispanic Theatre of Dolores Prida in New York, Crucible of Cultures Anglophone Drama of a New Milenium Conference, Brussels, Belgium, May, De madre a hija: poder y cultura en Almudena Grandes, American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, San Francisco, CA, July Alegoría y nación en Carlos Loveira, 4 th Cuban Research Institute Conference, Miami, FL, March, Carmen la coja: revision mítica y cultural del personaje femenino, III Congreso Internacional de Literatura Chicana, May, 2002, Universidad de Málaga, Málaga, Spain. Memoria cultural en el teatro de Dolores Prida, American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguse, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August, Chair and Organizer of Session Computers in Research and Teaching, American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August Marketing Ethnicity: Cuban Culture and Literary Re-enactment in New York City at the End of the Twentieth Century Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Far West Popular Culture & Far West American Culture Associations, Las Vegas, Nevada, February Voces cubano-americanas en Nueva York: identidad y comercialización. Conference on Caribbean Literature, Freeport, Grand Bahama, November, 2003 Espacio doméstico, cocina y poder en cuatro autoras mexicanas: Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, Rosario Castellanos, Angeles Mastretta y Laura Esquivel American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Acapulco, Mexico, July, Web-based Course Management Systems: Redefining the Roles of Teachers and Students Technology session. 10th AATSP Bienal Northeast Regional Meeting. Yale University, September, Session Chair and Organizer: Filmic Strategies in the cuban Cinema Since the 1990s Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, PA, December, Lo real maravilloso: Re-imaging Cuba From the Inside, Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, PA, December, The Tropicalization of Manhattan: Re-living the Hispanic Caribbean in Literature and Culture American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, New York, July, Diáspora y transnacionalidad en las películas Cosas que dejé en La Habana y Flores de otro 8

9 mundo IV Congreso Internacional de la Asociación Hispánica de Humanidades, Madrid, June, El discurso mudo en Suite Habana de Fernando Pérez American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Salamanca, Spain, July, Narrating/Visualizing Masculinity in Before Night Falls and Strawberry and Chocolate Northeast Modern Language Association, Baltimore, MD, March, Chair and Organizer of Session La Habana cotidiana en el cine y la literatura cubana actual, American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, San Diego,CA, August, Dar voz al pueblo: testimonio humano en la película Suite Habana de Fernando Pérez, American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, San Diego, CA, August, The Diasporic Experience in Cristina García s A Handbook to Luck, American Literature Association, San Francisco, California, May, Chair and Organizer of Session Transculturación, identidad y nación en el cine argentino Contemporáneo, American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, San José, Costa Rica, July, Inmigración, transculturación y ritos de pasaje en la trilogía fílmica de Daniel Burman, AATSP (American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese), San José, Costa Rica, July, Antonio José Ponte: espacios expresivos ante el período especial, NEMLA (Northeast Modern Language Association), Boston, MA, February, La Habana del período especial en la obra de Antonio José Ponte, AATSP (American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese), Albuquerque, New Mexico, (forthcoming) July, Gender and Migration: Latin American Women Across the Atlantic, AATSP 11 th Biennial Northeast Regional Meeting, Wellesley College, MA, October, Organize and Chair Panel: Latinos in the US: The Self and The Family, AATSP (American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese), Guadalajara, Mexico, July, From Ethnics to Post-Ethnics in US Latino Literature and Film, AATSP, (American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese). Guadalajara, Mexico, July, OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Grant from the Exxon Education Foundation to participate in the Workshop for Development of Foreign Language and Literature Programs, (Director: Claire Gaudiani, University of Pennsylvania) Los Angeles, December Hispanic Leadership Fellow ( ). (Program of the New Jersey Department of Higher Education in cooperation with the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation and the American Council of Education. Funded through a grant from FIPSE/Fund for the Improvement of Postseconday Education). Grant from the New Jersey Department of Higher Education ($6,000) for Workshop on Computer Assisted Language Learning, (Two full days, May 3-4, 1985.) Participant in "Global Interdependence and New Jersey Education," Summer Institute, Woodrow 9

10 Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, Princeton, NJ, July Grant for tuition and expense stipend to attend Intensive Tester Workshop offered by ACTFL in New York City, November Funded by the New Jersey Department of Higher Education. Administered by Rider College, Lawrenceville, NJ. Grant from the New Jersey Department of Higher Education ($26,850) for year-long project in faculty development for foreign language educators in New Jersey: Building Communicative Competence: Proficiency-Based Teaching and Testing. Workshops" (December 10, Oral Proficiency Testing: Familiarization Workshop, conducted by E.T.S.; 2) March 12-15, Intensive Oral Proficiency Testing Workshop, conducted by ACTFL.; 3) April 6, 1987, Textbook Adaptation: Toward More Personalized Interactions; 4) May 8, Developing an Implementing and Oral Proficiency Program. Grant from the New Jersey Department of Higher Education ($9,900) for year-long project entitled," Strengthening Foreign Language Instruction: A Collaborative Approach" to organize a foreign language collaborative group with Raritan Valley Community College and local secondary schools. ( ) Fellow in Hispanic Women Leadership Institute. (Program of Rutgers University and the Center for the American Woman and Politics of the Eagleton Institute of Politics, New Brunswick, N.J.) ( ) Member of Review Board of F.I.C.E. (Fund for the Improvement of Collegiate Education), Grant Program of the New Jersey Department of Higher Education, Participated in project "Integrating Women's Studies into the Curriculum" at Drew University, Funded by a grant from the New Jersey Department of Higher Education. (Directors: Joan Weimer and Wendy Kolmar). Member of local New Jersey Review Panel for the Rockefeller Foundation Fellowships for Foreign Language Teachers in the High School. Academic Alliances Program, directed by Claire Gaudiani, Connecticut College, Drew University representative to the Global Studies Consortium, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, Princeton, NJ spring Participant in Northern New Jersey Foreign Language Collaborative, an academic alliance of foreign language educators in New Jersey. Grant from New Jersey Department of Higher Education for lecture series "Enhancing Foreign Language Instruction--The Culture Connection, , at four sites: William Paterson College, Jersey City State College, Drew University and Plainfield Public Schools. Participant in year-long project "New Jersey in the World, The World in New Jersey: Year Two," ( ) and in "Year Three ( ), funded by grant from the New Jersey Department of Higher Education. (Director, Frank Tinari, Seton Hall University). Created teaching modules: "Global Studies Resources in the Local Community: A Hispanic Model," in , and "Hispanic Women in New Jersey: Impact and Cultural Change," in Member of Faculty Development Advisory Committee, New Jersey Department of Higher Education (a statewide planning committee) Planned and Implemented Academic Alliance (with Dr. Ellen McArdle, Raritan Valley Community College) "Northwestern New Jersey Foreign Language Collaborataive," as 10

11 part of the national chain launched in 1983 by Dr. Claire Guadiani under the auspices of the National Endowment for the Humanities (Spring 1988). Member of Steering Committee for Academic Alliances for the purpose of establishing alliances throughout the State of New Jersey, New Jersey, Department of Higher Education. Conference Chair of the Fifth Annual Hispanic Women's Conference held at New Brunswick, N. J. Conference Theme: "Women, Latinos and Public Policy: A National Priority for the New World Order," March, Member of the Executive Board of the Hispanic Women's Task Force N.J., Grant to attend "Multimedia Workshop" at the National Foreign Language Resource Center, at the University of Hawaii, Manoa, July,

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