1 CURRICULUM VITAE ALAN WEST-DURAN Associate Professor Department of Modern Languages Northeastern University 451 Meserve Hall Boston, MA (617) EDUCATION: Columbia University, School of Arts & Sciences B.A. in Economics (1975) New York University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. M. Phil. (1991); Ph. D. (1993) in Latin American and Brazilian Languages and Literatures. TEACHING EXPERIENCE: Northeastern University (2005- present) Associate Professor. Literature of the Caribbean, Latin American Literature, Latin American Culture, Latin American Film. Northeastern University ( ) Assistant Professor. Language courses (all levels), Literature of the Caribbean, Latin American Literature, Latin American Culture, Latin American Film. Northern Illinois University ( ) Assistant Professor. Spanish language and literature courses. Advanced Translation. Brown University, ( ). Visiting Professor. Spanish language and Latin American literature courses. Babson College, (1993 to 1997). Lecturer. Intermediate and Advanced Spanish, Latin American Literature. Wellesley College, ( ). Visiting Teaching Associate. Intermediate Spanish to undergraduates. PUBLICATIONS: BOOKS SCHOLARLY BOOKS A Cuba Encyclopedia. Gale Group, MI (2011). Two Volumes Editor-in-Chief. Includes over 100 entries on history, politics, culture, sport, cuisine, geography, as well as biographies. Wrote several entries.
2 Page 2 Latino and Latina Writers. Scribner & Sons/Gale Group, NT, NY (2004). Two Volumes Editor in Chief. Includes 55 chapters of 10, 000 word-length on writers and several thematic chapters. Wrote introduction and thematic chapter. African Caribbeans: A Reference Guide. Greenwood Publishing,Westport, CT, (2003). Editor of book on the history of blacks in the Spanish, French, Dutch and English speaking Caribbean. Wrote ntroduction and chapters on Puerto Rico, Netherlands Antilles, Suriname, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago. Tropics of History: Cuba Imagined. Bergin & Garvey, Westport, CT (1997). A collection of essays on Cuban history as seen through its literary imagination. Being América. White Pine Press, NY, Co-edited book with R. Weiss. Essays by different writers and artists on Latin American culture, art, and identity. Wrote the introduction, contributed an essay, "Myth, Language and Politics", and translated several essays. CREATIVE OR NON-SCHOLARLY BOOKS El tejido de Asterión o las máscaras del logos (2000). Ediciones Vigía, Matanzas, Cuba. A narrative poem using Afro-Cuban, Mayan, Greek and Guaraní myths. Dar nombres a la lluvia/finding Voices in the Rain. Ediciones Verbum, Madrid, A bilingual collection of poetry. (Winner of 1996 Latino Literature Prize) Jose Martí: Man of Poetry, Soldier of Freedom. Milbrook Press, CT, A biography for children of the 19th-century Cuban patriot. Roberto Clemente: A Baseball Legend. Milbrook Press/Houghton Mifflin, Children's literature. Biography. TRANSLATIONS (BOOKS) A Nation of Women: My Opinion on the Freedoms, Rights and Duties of Women by Luisa Capetillo, April, 2005, Arte Público Press, Houston, TX. To English. Cultural Residues by Nelly Richard, October, 2004, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN. To English. Language Duel/Duelo de lenguaje by Rosario Ferré, Vintage, New York, July Co-translator and editor. Translated to English. Music in Cuba by Alejo Carpentier (2001), University of Minnesota Press. Translated to English. Dream With No Name: Contemporary Cuban Fiction. Seven Stories Press, NY (1999). Juana Ponce de León and Esteban Ríos Rivera (eds.) Translated stories by Sonia Rivera Valdés, Los venenitos and Pablo Armando Fernández, El Talismán. Francisco by Anselmo Suárez y Romero, Primary Source Media (1998), on CD-ROM. Translated the novel to English.
3 Page 3 Las hermanas Agüero by Cristina García. Knopf, NY, NY, Translated to Spanish. BOOK CHAPTERS: Rap s Diasporic Dialogues: Cuba s Redefinition of Blackness in Damián Fernández (ed.) Cuba Transnational (2005), University Press of Florida, Gainesville, pp Cuba: An Illustrated Encyclopedia (2003) Book edited by Luis Fernández Martínez (Greenwood Press, Westport, CT). Was co-editor of Literature Chapter (pp ) that included over ninety entries. Wrote nine entries. Ernesto Cardenal in Carlos Solé and Klaus Muller-Bergh (eds.) Latin American Writers- Supplement I, Scribner & Sons, NY, NY, pp "Inscribing the Body of Perfection, Thoughts on Sarduy's Maitreya", in Pedro Monge (ed.) Lo que no se ha dicho, Ollantay Press, NY (1994), pp "Myth, Language and Politics", in Weiss & West (eds.) Being America, White Pine Press, NY, (1991), pp Book Chapters Reprinted in Journals El travestismo como transculturación en tres novelas de Severo Sarduy in Unión Año IX, No. 32, julio-septiembre 1998, pp Reprint of chapter six of Tropics of History: Cuba Imagined (1997). Paradigmas perdidos: la manigua del sentido in Encuentro de Cultura Cubana #4 /#5, Summer Madrid, Spain, pp Reprint of chapter seven of Tropics of History: Cuba Imagined (1997). PUBLICATIONS: ELECTRONIC MEDIA CD-ROMS (SCHOLARLY) American Journey: The Hispanic-American Experience. Primary Source Media, Interactive CD- ROM project for high-school level students that includes history, politics and culture from Pre- Columbian times to the present. Wrote nine historico-cultural essays pertaining to Puerto Ricans, Cubans and Dominicans. Includes primary source material (letters, historical documents, poems, fiction), music and visual arts, photographs, video clips, etc. Caribbean Literature: Primary Source Media, Co-edited with Antonio Benítez Rojo. Responsible for XIX century authors from the Spanish-speaking Caribbean: selection, captions, introductory essays. For scholars and research libraries, using many sources including the
4 Page 4 Obadiah Rich Collection. Includes primary source material (letters, historical documents, poems, fiction), music and visual arts, photographs, video clips, etc. ELECTRONIC JOURNALS El hombre que sabía demasiado sobre Lacan, Miradas, Revista Audovisual de la Escuela Internacional de Cine, San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba. Posted December 15, La Batalla de Argel: fantasmas y libertades Review-Article on Release of Criterion Collection DVD of the Battle of Algiers in Miradas: Revista del Audiovisual #9, Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisión, San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba. Posted November 28, David Cronenberg: la carne real, virtual y monstruosa. Article on Cronenberg s work, in Miradas: Revista del Audiovisual #9, Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisión, San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba. Posted November 28, PUBLICATIONS: ARTICLES AND ESSAYS REFEREED Puerto Rican Poetry, from Aboriginal to Contemporary Times in Centro Journal, Vol. XX, Number 2, Fall 2008, pp A review of Roberto Márquez anthology. Luisa Capetillo in Translation, in Centro Journal, Vol. XIX, Number 2, Fall 2007, pp Nancy Morejón: Transculturation, Translation, and Poetics of the Caribbean, in Callaloo, Volume 28, No. 4, 2006, pp Canon a la cañona in Latino Studies, Volume Issue 1-2, Spring/Summer, 2006, pp Puerto Rico: The Pleasures and Traumas of Race in Centro Journal, Volume XVII, No. 1, Hunter College, NY, Spring 2005, pp Rap s Diasporic Dialogues: Cuba s Redefintion of Blackness in Journal of Popular Music Studies, Vol 16, No, 1, 2004, Malden, MA, pp Devoraciones: sabores y saberes de la memoria en el bolero, in Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, Volume 22, 2003, Tucson, AZ, pp Transculturación, traducción y saberes híbridos, in Estudios, Año 10, No. 1, Summer 2002, Caracas, Venezuela, pp Review of Julián Orbon s En la esencia de los estilos y otros ensayos, in Latin American Musical Review Vol. 23, #1: Spring/Summer 2002, pp Cuba: música, anhelo y sociedad in Temas, Havana, Cuba, December, 2000, pp
5 Page 5 "The Breath of Signs: Thoughts on Opera and Film", in The Michigan Quarterly Review, Volume XXXV, Number 1, Ann Arbor, MI, Winter 1996, pp The Stone and Its Images: The Poetry of Nancy Morejón, in Studies in Twentieth Century Literature, Volume 20, no. 1, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1996, pp Cuba: Music to Live By (Even far Away), in Michigan Quarterly Review, Volume XXXIII, Number 4, Fall 1994, pp My Life With Fidel Castro: A Soap Opera Without Transmitter, in Michigan Quarterly Review, Volume XXXIII, Number 3, Summer 1994, pp "Latin American Writing: Language and Spices, Resistance and Redemption", in the Agni Review, #29, April 1989, Boston University, Boston, MA, pp NON-REFEREED JOURNALS Pan con Timba in Hopscotch, Vol. 1, #1, Fall 1998, pp "Virgilio Piñera: una ética de redención en el fracaso." in Crítica, Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México, octubre-noviembre, 1994, pp ESSAYS Lo afrounido jamás sera vencido: Ocha y Palo en el rap cubano, La Gaceta, Havana, julio-agosto, 2007, pp Matanzas y Boston: Música, Memoria y Desencuentro. Revista Vigía, Matanzas, Cuba, marzo 2002, pp Sophrosyne y sombra del lenguaje. in Unión, Enero-junio, 2000, #38-39, pp. Havana, Cuba, pp Sones peregrinos. Encuentro de Cultura Cubana, #2, Fall 1996, pp TRANSLATIONS (JOURNALS) Esteban Salas, an excerpt from Music in Cuba by A. Carpentier, in Review, Fall NY, NY, pp Music in Cuba by Alejo Carpentier (book excerpt), in Transition, #81/82, Vol. 9, No.1, Spring 2000, pp CONFERENCES: University of Texas-Austin 18 th Colloquium on Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Languages and Linguistics, November 12-14, Virgilio and Vitier: A Comparison
6 Page 6 Bildner Center Conference on Cuba, March 14-16, On the work of Norberto Fuentes: Dulces Guerreros Cubanos. LASA Conference, Montreal, Canada, September 4-8, 2007; Two Presentations: Afro-Cuban Religions in Cuban Rap and Nancy Morejón y los muertos. Caribbean Music and Globalization, University of Texas, Austin, February 6, Afro-Cuban Critiques of Materialism and Globalization. Caribbean Studies Association, Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago, May 29-June 5, Sacred and Profane Space in Regla de Ocha: An Analysis of the Diloggún. LASA Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 16-20, 2006, Translating Luisa Capetillo. Cartagena Film Festival/Universidad de Cartagena, Colombia. March 6-8, Three-day seminar on Afro-Cuban Culture, focusing on Religion, Music and Rap. CRI (Cuban Research Institute) Conference on Cuba, February 5-6, 2006 at Florida International University. Paper Presented: Time to Say Goodbye to Caliban?. El Caribe Múltiple, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, November 5, Roots, Rhizomes and Mangroves: Ortiz and Benítez-Rojo. Caribbean Studies Association, Santo Domingo, May 30-June 4, Velocidad y representación: el hip-hop cubano en el cine MELUS Conference, Chicago, April 7-10, 2005, Canon a la cañona: A Personal Testimony LASA Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, October 10-12, 2004, Latino/a Writing and Canon Formation Caribbean Soundscapes: A Conference on Caribbean Musics and Culture, March 12-13, Tulane University, New Orleans. Reinterpreting Guillén in Cuban Rap. CRI (Cuban Research Institute) Conference on Cuba, October 6-8, 2003 at Florida International University. Paper Presented: Rap y la redefinición de afrocubanía. LART Conference, October 25, New York at NYU-Read and spoke about my own poetry. LASA Conference -Dallas,Texas, March 27, 2003, Cuban Rap and the Island s Poetic Tradition Hispanic Writers Roundtable, October 15-17, 2002, at New York University. Panel: Writing, Style, Identity. Hispanic Cultural Studies: The State of the Art, September 18-21, 2002, at the University of Arizona, Tucson. Paper Title: Philosophy and Technology of the Bolero.
7 Page 7 CRI Conference (Cuban Resource Institute), March 2002, Miami, Florida International University. Paper Title: Devo(ra)ciones: sabores y saberes de la memoria en el bolero cubano. Chaired other panel of same conference: Homenaje a Dulce María Loynaz. LASA Conference (Latin American Studies Association), Washington, D.C. September, 2001, Paper Title: Virgilio Piñera: el erotismo del poder. CRI Conference (Cuban Resource Institute), October 21, 2000.Paper Title: Transculturation as Philosophy: Caribbean Forms of Knowledge. Vigía Conference, April 2000, Matanzas, Cuba. Paper Title: Traducción y transculturación en la obra de Alejo Carpentier. LASA Conference (Latin American Studies Association) Miami, March Paper Title: Transculturación y raza en José Luis González y Fernando Ortiz Revisited: Culture, Archive and Diaspora. A Bilingual Symposium on the Consequences of 1898 in Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Caribbean. University of Texas-Austin, November Paper Title: En qué piso se come el mejor ajiaco? La cultura afrocaribeña pos-1898 en José Luis González y Fernando Ortiz Primer Encuentro Nacional de Poesía. Dominican Republic, Consejo Nacional de Cultura, November Paper Titled: Viaje por la otredad: la traducción en la poesía de Rosario Ferré. Northeastern Modern Languages Association Conference. Philadelphia, PA, April, Paper Title: Translation as Practice of Listening. Bridges to Cuba Conference, University of Michigan, November Paper Title: A Sometimes Tormented Notion: Cuba After the Cold War. Simposio Internacional Cincuentenario de Orígenes. Casa de Las Américas, June 1994, Havana. Paper Title: Virgilio Piñera: Una Etica de Redención en el Fracaso. El SEVERO placer de una escritura. A Tribute to Sarduy. Hunter College, April Paper Title: Inscribing the Body of Perfection: Adorned With Signs and Graces. Thoughts on Severo Sarduy s Maitreya. INVITED LECTURES: Brown University, November 11 th, Cuban Hip Hop and Afro-Cuban Religions. Universidade Federal (UFRGS), Porto Alegre, April 28, 2009, Cuban Hip-Hop in a Global Context. Pontifice Catolica de Porto Alegre (PUC-PA), Porto Alegre, April 30, An Analysis of Space in the Diloggún Reading of Cuban Santería.
8 Page 8 LSU, Baton Rouge, LA, October 31, Joint talk with photographer Héctor Delgado Pérez on Five Ceremonies of Regla de Ocha. Tulane University, New Orleans, October 30, Joint talk with photographer Héctor Delgado Pérez on Five Ceremonies of Regla de Ocha. Hampshire College, Amherst, MA, September 25, Joint talk with photographer Héctor Delgado Pérez on Five Ceremonies of Regla de Ocha which we documented with photos and video. Tufts University, March 31, Afro-Cuban Religions and Cuban Popular Culture. Tulane University, March 19, Rapping with the Orishas: Afro-Cuban Religions in Cuban Hip Hop 9 th Havana International Hip Hop Festival, August 10-18, Cuban Rap and Redefintion of Afrocubanía University of Texas at Austin, March 25, Lecture Topic: Afro-Cuban poetry and Cuban Rap New England Conservatory; November 3, 2001, Panel Discussion: Cuban Music: History, Genres, and Identity University of Texas at San Antonio, March 8, Transculturation and Music in the Caribbean: the Merengue. Harvard University, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Roundtable: Cuban Culture: Conflicts and Debates. November 28, La Biblioteca Nacional José Martí (Havana, Cuba) Los estudios caribeños: nuevas vertientes, April 24, University of Mass at Boston & William Joiner Center: On Translation and Identity June Wellesley College, February Afro-Cuban Music and National Identity. Brown University, October 1996, Weyland Colloquium, Translation and Exile Brown University, February Afro-Caribbean History and Culture. Africa and Caribbean History (Feb. 21, 1996) Afro-Caribbean Music (Feb. 26, 1996) Santería: An Afro-Cuban Religion (Feb. 28, 1996) Miami Book Fair, November 20, Bridges Go Both Ways: the Story of El Gordo and El Flaco. On the Bridges to Cuba project. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT): Border Culture and U.S. Latinos ; December 5, 1994.
9 Page 9 TEACHING AND ADVISING: COURSES TAUGHT Fall 1999 Beginning Spanish LNS students Intermediate Spanish LNS students Winter 2000 Caribbean Literature LNS students (*) Intermediate Business Spanish LNS students Spring 2000 Backgrounds to Latin American Culture LNS students Latin American Literature II LNS students Fall 2000 Beginning Spanish LNS students Latin American Literature II LNS students Winter 2001 Backgrounds to Latin American Culture LNS students Introduction to Latino/a, Latin American and Caribbean Studies INT students Intermediate Spanish II LNS students Spring 2001 Elementary Spanish II LNS students Spanish Seminar: Gender, Music & Culture in Latin America LNS students (*) Fall 2001: On Leave (in compensation for Winter 2001 and 2002 overload, as well as directing LLACS program) Winter 2002 Backgrounds to Latin American Culture LNS students Introduction to Latino/a, Latin American and Caribbean Studies INT students Intermediate Spanish II LNS students Spring 2002 Spanish Seminar: Gender, Music & Culture in Latin America LNS students Caribbean Literature LNS students Fall 2002 Intermediate Spanish II LNS students Latin American Literature to 1900 LNS students Winter 2003 Backgrounds to Latin American Culture LNS students Intermediate Spanish LNS students Spring 2003 Caribbean Literature LNS students Intermediate Spanish LNS students Fall 2003 (Change to Semester System) Advanced Business Spanish LNS U students (*)
10 Page 10 Backgrounds to Latin American Culture LNS U students Spring 2004 Latin American Literature LNS U students Latin American Film LNS U students (*) Fall 2004 Backgrounds to Latin American Culture LNS U students Caribbean Literature and Culture LNS U students Spring 2005 Latin American Literature LNS U students Latin American Film LNS U students Fall 2005 Backgrounds to Latin American Culture LNS U students Caribbean Literature and Culture LNS U students Spring 2006 (On Sabbatical) Fall 2006 Backgrounds to Latin American Culture LNS U students Caribbean Literature and Culture LNS U students Spring 2007 Latin American Literature LNS U students Latin American Film LNS U students Fall 2007 Backgrounds to Latin American Culture LNS U students Caribbean Literature and Culture LNS U students Spring 2008 Latin American Literature LNS U students Latin American Film LNS U students Fall 2008 Backgrounds to Latin American Culture LNS U students Caribbean Literature and Culture LNS U students Spring 2009 (Cuba Study Abroad) 12 students Summer I 2009 Latin American Culure LNS U students Latin American Film LNS U students Fall 2009 Caribbean Literature and Culture LITR students
11 Page 11 Introduction to Languages Literatures & Cultures 19 students Courses with asterisks (*), indicate development of new course ADVISING Undergraduate Supervision of 8-12 LLACS minors every year (1999-to the present). Graduate Supervision and reader for Carmen Haydée Rivera doctoral thesis for English Department (2001) Supervision and reader for Jessica Suárez Masters Thesis for the History Department (2002) SERVICE AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Executive Committee (Modern Languages-2001) DEPARTMENT Search Committee for Assistant Professor of Spanish Hire (2001) Textbook Adoption Committee ( ) Supervision of Languages for International Business Program (2003-to the present) COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY Director, Latino, Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program (LLACS) 2005 to present. Northeastern University, Acting Director LACLA Scholarship Board ( ). Search Committee to find Director of Latino/a Student Cultural Center (2001) President s Committee on Latino Affairs (2000-to the present) Latino Student Cultural Center Advisory Committee (2001- to the present) Search Committee to find Assistant Director of Latino/a Student Cultural Center (2002) Exchange program with FLACSO in the Dominican Republic. Site visit from May 1st to 5th, EXTERNAL OR COMMUNITY SERVICE Annual week-long writing workshops for Latino/a and African American students in Boston Public Schools, through the William Joiner Center at UMass-Boston (from1998 through 2002). ACADEMIC RELATED EXPERIENCE: Advisory board for Journal: Cuban Studies, (published by University of Pittsburgh Press). Advisory Board for Cuba: An Illustrated Encyclopedia, Oryx Press, 2003.
12 Page 12 FELLOWSHIPS AND HONORS: Latino Prize for Literature in Poetry (1996) Honorary Member, Golden Key International Honor Society (May 2002) Nominated for Excellence in Teaching: 2003 and LANGUAGES: Spanish: native fluency English: native fluency Portuguese: good writing and speaking ability French: good speaking, writing/reading ability MEMBERSHIPS: Modern Languages Association (MLA) Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Caribbean Studies Association (CSA) MELUS (Multi-Ethnic Literatures of the U.S.)
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