STEPHANIE WOOD

Curriculum Vitae, 2012

 

    Residence: 2085 University Street,

    Eugene, OR 97403-1541;

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    Cellular Tel. 541-520-8125

 

    Office Locations: 142 Knight Library

    Office Mailbox: WHP/Knight Library, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR  97403-1299;

    Office Tel. 541-346-5771 and 346-1871

    E-mail: swood@uoregon.edu

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

 

    Director: Wired Humanities Projects, Knight Library, University of Oregon, 7/1/2009-present (Associate Director, 2004-09; Coordinator, 2002-04; and Faculty Affiliate, 1999-2002). Research faculty.

 

    Adjunct Professor: Latin American History, Department of History, University of Oregon, 1988-present. Also offering occasional courses in Women's Studies and Spanish.

 

    Assistant Professor: Latin American History and U.S. History, Department of History, University of Maine, 1984-89 (on leave, 1988-89; then resigned tenure-track position to join spouse in Oregon).

 

    Teaching Associate: Latin American History and U.S. History, Department of History, UCLA, 1980-83.

 

DEGREES:

 

    Ph.D. UCLA; Latin American History, 1984. Dissertation: "Corporate Adjustments in Colonial Mexican Indian Towns: Toluca Region, 1550-1810," on the adjustments of indigenous communities to Spanish colonization, with particular attention to community land holding. Supervisor: James Lockhart.

 

    M.A. UCLA; Latin American History, 1979. Supervisor: James Lockhart.

 

    B.A. University of California, Santa Cruz; History and Latin American Studies (double major), 1977. Senior Thesis. Supervisor: David Sweet.

 

ACADEMIC HONORS:

 

   Fulbright Scholar/Senior Specialist grant for collaborations at the Ethnological Museum in Berlin around Mesoamerican digital collections, July 25–August 15, 2012. The Specialist designation was conferred in 2010 by the Council for International Exchange of Scholars and amounts to a five-year term.

 

   National Endowment for the Humanities, Digital Enhancement Grant, Supplement to the Summer Institute, for enhancing "Virtual Oaxaca," a 3-D space in the Smithsonian's Latino Virtual Museum for locating curricular projects.  Budget:  $10,000. October 1, 2010–December 31, 2011.

 

   National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Institute Grant, "Mesoamerican Cultures and their Histories: Spotlight on Oaxaca!" Budget: $178,318. October 2010-December 2011. Principal Investigator, collaborating with the Wired Humanities Projects team.

 

   National Endowment for the Humanities, Digital Dissemination and Impact Grant, Supplement to the Summer Institute, for creating "Virtual Oaxaca," a 3-D representation of archaeological sites, museums, arts communities, and an ethnobotanical garden. Budget: $10,000. July 2010-June 2011. Principal Investigator.

 

   National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Institute Grant, "Mesoamerican Cultures and their Histories: Spotlight on Oaxaca!" Budget: $185,561. January-December 2010. Principal Investigator, collaborating with the Wired Humanities Projects team.

 

    National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Science Foundation, Documenting Endangered Languages Grant, "An Online Nahuatl Lexical Database: Bridging Past, Present, and Future Speakers." Budget: $350,000. July 2009-July 2012, University of Oregon, Eugene, and Instituto de Docencia y Ethnología de Zacatecas. Project Director and Principal Investigator, collaborating with Co-PI John Sullivan and the Wired Humanities Project team.

 

    National Endowment for the Humanities, Humanities Collection and Resources Grant, "Text-Image Linking Environment," July 2009-July 2011. Budget: $450,000 (WHP portion $14, 200). Dorothy Porter, Principal Investigator. WHP collaboration: Stephanie Wood, PI.

 

    National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Institute Grant, "Mesoamerican Cultural Heritage: Resources for Enhancing High School History Classes." Budget: $175,745. July-August 2008, University of Oregon, Eugene. Principal Investigator, collaborating with Judith Musick and the Wired Humanities Projects team.

 

    National Endowment for the Humanities Collaborative Research Grant, "The Kislak Techialoyans at the Library of Congress: Digital Facsimiles with English and Spanish Translations." Total budget (including cost share): $235,354. 2006-08. Principal Investigator, collaborating with Judith Musick and the Wired Humanities Project team.

 

    Howard Cline Book Prize 2005, Honorable Mention, for Transcending Conquest: Nahua Views of Spanish Colonial Mexico (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2003). Conference on Latin American History, Philadelphia, January 6, 2006.

 

    American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship for book project, "Transcending Conquest: Nahua Views of Spanish Colonial Mexico," 1996-97.

 

    Fulbright-Hays Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowship, for archival research in Mexico, 1981-82.

 

    Chancellor's Intern Fellowship, highest award for doctoral study at UCLA, 1979-84.

 

    College Honors, Honors in History, Honors in Latin American Studies, Honors on the History Oral Examination, Highest Honors for the Senior Thesis; University of California, Santa Cruz, 1977.

 

    President's Undergraduate Fellowship, Mexico, summer 1977.

 

OTHER ACADEMIC AWARDS/GRANTS/RECOGNITION:

 

    "Multilingual Conversations on Migration, Culture, and Language Retention," Grant from the Center for Latin@ and Latin American Studies, University of Oregon, in collaboration with Richard Hanson, Proyecto Trilingüe (Oaxaca, Mexico), Alina Padilla, and Diana Salazar; 2012–13.

 

    Winner, New Media Consortium's "Free Island in Second Life!" Competition. Co-Principal Investigator, with Jonathon Richter, Director, Center for Learning in Virtual Environments, University of Oregon. April 2010-September 2010.

 

   National Endowment for the Humanities, "Enabling Geospatial Scholarship," Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities, May 2010. Admission to participate in this workshop at the University of Virginia. With Ginny White.

   

   "Chinese Scrolls Digital Collection," Global Scholars Program Grant, Office of International Affairs, University of Oregon, 2009–2010.

 

    "Americas" Research Interest Group Development Grants for research in Mexico, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006.

 

    Gender and ICT Award Finalist, for the "Digital Teaching Units for Gender in History," (see below, under Publications/Web Sites), Feminist Humanities and Wired Humanities Projects, Center for the Study of Women in Society, 2003.

 

    "Reclaiming the Past" Research Interest Group Development Grant for research in the U.K., Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2002.

 

    "Reclaiming the Past" Research Interest Group Development Grant for research in the U.K., Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2001.

 

    Individual Research Grants, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2000, 1999.

 

    Teaching Fellowships, Women's Studies Department, University of Oregon, 1998-99, 1997-98.

 

    Grant to purchase films, International Education, University of Oregon, for the purchase of Latin American films for the Instructional Media Center, 1995.

 

    Travel Grant, American Council of Learned Societies, for travel to an international meeting, 1988.

 

    Achievement Awards, University of Maine, 1988, 1987.

 

    Faculty Summer Research Award, University of Maine, 1986.

 

    Summer Grant, Women in the Curriculum, University of Maine, 1985.

 

PUBLICATIONS / BOOKS:

 

    "Mesoamerican Memory: Comparative Studies in Systems of Remembrance," volume co-edited with Amos Megged, just out of the copy editing phase at the University of Oklahoma Press; expected in October, 2012.

 

    Sources and Methods for the Study of Postconquest Mesoamerican Ethnohistory, Provisional Version (e-book), co-edited with James Lockhart and Lisa Sousa, Eugene, Ore.: Wired Humanities Project, University of Oregon, 2007. Expanded in 2010. <http://whp.uoregon.edu/Lockhart/index.html>

 

    Transcending Conquest: Nahua Views of Spanish Colonial Mexico, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2003.

 

    De tlacuilos y escribanos: estudios sobre documentos indígenas coloniales del centro de México, co-edited with Xavier Noguez Ramírez. Toluca and Zamora, Mexico: El Colegio Mexiquense and El Colegio de Michoacán, 1998.

 

    Indian Women of Early Mexico, co-edited with Susan Schroeder and Robert Haskett. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1997.

 

PUBLICATIONS / ARTICLES & CHAPTERS:

 

    "Títulos Primordiales," (in collaboration with Robert Haskett) for the Supplement to the Handbook of Middle American Indians, Ethnohistorical Sources, ed. Michel Oudijk and Maria Castaneda de la Paz (Austin: University of Texas Press). (Solicited & submitted.)

 

    "Power Differentials in Early Mesoamerican Gender Ideology: The Founding Couple," in Símbolos de poder en Mesoamérica, Guilhem Olivier, coord., pp. 517–31, Mexico City: Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas, Instituto de Investigaciones Antropológicas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2008. Also published in a shorter version in Repensando las Américas en los Umbrales del Siglo XXI: 51st Congreso Internacional de Americanistas (CD-Rom), Santiago, Chile: Universidad de Chile, 2003. (PDF.)

 

    "The Kislak Techialoyan Manuscripts," The Jay I. Kislak Collection at the Library of Congress: A Catalog, Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 2007.

 

    "History--Ethnohistory, Mesoamerica," (in collaboration with Robert Haskett) literature review for the Handbook of Latin American Studies 62, Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 2007.

 

    "Nahua Christian Soldiers in the Mapa de Cuauhtlantzinco, Cholula Parish (Mexico)," in Indian Conquistadors: Indigenous Allies in the Conquest of MesoAmerica, eds. Michel Oudijk and Laura Matthew, pp. 254–287, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2007.

 

    "The Techialoyan Codices," in Sources and Methods for the Study of Postconquest Mesoamerican Ethnohistory, Provisional Version (e-book), co-edited with James Lockhart and Lisa Sousa, Eugene, Ore.: Wired Humanities Project, University of Oregon, 2007. (PDF.)

 

    "History--Ethnohistory, Mesoamerica," literature review (in collaboration with Robert Haskett) for the Handbook of Latin American Studies 58, Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 2002.

 

    "?El otro otro? Interpretando imágenes y descripciones de espanoles en los códices y textos indígenas," in Códices y Documentos sobre México: Tercer Simposio Internacional, Constanza Vega, ed., pp. 15-196. México: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, 2000. (PDF)

 

    "History--Ethnohistory, Mesoamerica," literature review (in collaboration with Robert Haskett) for the Handbook of Latin American Studies vol. 56, pp. 75-104. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1999.

 

    "Gender and Town Guardianship in Mesoamerica: Directions for Future Research," Journal de la Societe des Americanistes 84:2 (1998), pp. 243-276. (PDF.)

 

    "Testaments and Títulos: Conflict and Coincidence of Cacique and Community Interests [in Colonial Mexico]," in Dead Giveaways: Indigenous Testaments of Colonial Spanish America, Matthew Restall and Susan Kellogg, eds., pp. 85-111. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1998. (PDF.)

 

    "La comunidad indígena del siglo diecisiete," in La historia general del Estado de México, María Teresa Jarquin Ortega, comp., vol. 3, pp. 263-291. México: Gobierno del Estado de México and El Colegio Mexiquense, 1998.

 

    "El problema de la historicidad de Títulos y los códices del grupo Techialoyan," in De tlacuilos y escribanos: estudios sobre documentos indígenas coloniales del centro de México, Xavier Noguez Ramírez and Stephanie Wood, eds., pp. 167-221. México: El Colegio Mexiquense and El Colegio de Michoacán, 1998.

 

    "Sexual Violation in the Conquest of the Americas," in The History of Sex and Sexuality in the United States, Merril D. Smith, ed., 9-34. New York: New York University Press, 1998. [An expanded version of the essay, "Rape as a Tool of Conquest in Early Latin America," in Human Sexuality (Annual Editions), Guilford, CT: Dushkin Publishing, 1993; originally published in the CSWS Review (Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon) 1992, 18-20.]

 

    "The Social vs. Legal Context of Nahuatl Títulos," in Native Traditions in the Postconquest World, Elizabeth Hill Boone and Tom Cummins, eds., pp. 201-231. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks, 1998. (PDF.)

 

    "The False Techialoyan Resurrected," Tlalocan (México) 12 (1998), 117-140.

 

    "Matters of Life at Death: Nahuatl Testaments of Rural Women (Central Mexico), 1589-1801," and "Concluding Remarks," in Indian Women of Early Mexico, Susan Schroeder, Stephanie Wood, and Robert Haskett, eds., pp. 165-182 and 313-330. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1997.

 

    "The Ajusco Town Founding Document: Affinities with Documents of the Sixteenth Century," in Códices y Documentos sobre México: Segundo Simposio, v. II, Salvador Rueda Smithers, Constanza Vega Sosa, and Rodrigo Martínez Baracs, eds., pp. 333-348. Mexico: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, 1997.

 

    "History--Ethnohistory, Mesoamerica," literature review (in collaboration with Robert Haskett) for the Handbook of Latin American Studies vol. 54, pp. 77-100. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1995.

 

    Sixteen entries in the Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1995.

 

    "Rural Nahua Women under Spanish Colonization: The Late-Colonial Toluca Valley," in Mesoamerican and Chicano Art, Culture, and Identity / El arte, la cultura, y la identidad mesoamericana y chicana, Willamette Journal of the Liberal Arts, Supplemental Series 6, Robert Dash, ed., pp. 78-103. Salem, OR: Willamette University, 1994. (PDF.)

 

    "Pictorial Histories and Illustrated Historical Texts: Windows into Indigenous Society of Mesoamerica," in Five Hundred Years After Columbus: Proceedings of the 47th International Congress of Americanists. New Orleans: Tulane University Press, 1994.

 

    "The Evolution of the Indian Corporation of the Toluca Region, 1550-1810," Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl 22 (1992), 381-407. [Originally in Spanish: "La evolución de la corporación indígena en la región del Valle de Toluca, 1550-1810," in Haciendas, pueblos y comunidades; los valles de México y Toluca entre 1530 y 1916, Manuel Mino Grijalva, ed. Mexico: Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, 1991.]

 

    "The Cosmic Conquest: Late-Colonial Views of the Sword and Cross in Central Mexican Títulos," Ethnohistory 38:2 (Spring 1991), 176-195.

 

    "Adopted Saints: Christian Images in Nahua Testaments of Late Colonial Toluca," The Americas 47:3 (January 1991), 259-293.

 

    "Gananes y cuadrilleros formando pueblos: región de Toluca, época colonial," in Mundo rural, ciudades y población del Estado de México, Manuel Mino Grijalva, ed., pp. 91-143. México: El Colegio Mexiquense, Instituto Mexiquense de Cultura, 1990.

 

    "The Fundo Legal or Lands Por Razón de Pueblo: New Evidence from Central New Spain," in The Indian Community of Colonial Mexico: Fifteen Essays on Land Tenure, Corporate Organizations, Ideology and Village Politics, Arij Ouweneel and Simon Miller, eds., pp. 117-129. Amsterdam: Center for Latin American Research and Documentation, 1990. (PDF.)

 

    "La búsqueda de la categoría de pueblo: retención de tierra y autonomía de indios comunitarios en México colonial, siglo xviii," Encuentro (Guadalajara: El Colegio de Jalisco) 17 (1990), 5-36. [Originally published in English as, "The Pursuit of Pueblo Status: Land Retention and Autonomy for Community Indians in Eighteenth-Century Colonial Mexico," UCLA Historical Journal 1 (1980), 3-25.]

 

    "Don Diego García de Mendoza Moctezuma: A Techialoyan Mastermind?" Estudios de Cultura Náhuatl (Mexico) 19 (1989), 245-268. (PDF.)

 

    "Pedro Villafranca y Juana Gertrudis Navarrete: falsificador de títulos y su viuda (Nueva Espana, siglo xviii)," in Lucha por la supervivencia en América colonial, David G. Sweet and Gary B. Nash, eds., 472-485. Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1987. (PDF.)

 

PUBLICATIONS / WEB SITES:

 

   Age of Exploration Digital Map Collection <http://exploration.uoregon.edu/>. Digitization and analysis of European maps of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. This project was built and is being expanded by the Wired Humanities Project, under the direction of Stephanie Wood and with major assistance from Ginny White. The principal scholar is Dr. James Walker. The project draws from experience and templates made from the Mapas Project. The project was made available during the academic year, 2010–2011, but is undergoing expansion with more maps.

 

   The Mapas Project <http://mapas.uoregon.edu/>. Digitization and analysis of pictorial Mexican manuscripts. This was built and is being expanded by the Wired Humanities Projects with two years support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, and with internal support from the Center for the Study of Women in Society, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Vice President for Research at the University of Oregon. Published without passwords and with four manuscripts from the Kislak Collection at the Library of Congress, fall 2008. I not only co-direct the project, but I personally developed all the image descriptions, transcriptions of text, and English translations for the four Kislak Techialoyan manuscripts. The project is currently undergoing expansion with more manuscripts.

 

   Nahuatl Dictionary <http://whp.uoregon.edu/dictionaries/nahuatl/>. Co-Editor with John Sullivan of Zacatecas, Mexico, and major contributions from Frances Karttunen and Joe Campbell. Online, searchable, trilingual vocabulary list in Nahuatl, English, and Spanish. This is being built by the Wired Humanities Projects with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Science Foundation (Documenting Endangered Languages Grant), the Knight Library, the Center for Advanced Technology in Education, and the Vice President for Research at the University of Oregon. Under construction, but with over 29,000 entries to date, and the password protection was removed in June, 2007.

 

   Mixtec Dictionary <http://whp.uoregon.edu/dictionaries/Mixtec/>. Editor in consultation with Roberto Santos of Tlaxiaco, Mexico. This is an online, searchable, trilingual dictionary in Mixtec, Spanish, and English. Major content has been incorporated thanks to the generosity of Maarten Jansen, Ronald Spores, and Kevin Terraciano. Under construction, but password protection was removed spring 2010.

 

   Mayan Dictionary <http://whp.uoregon.edu/dictionaries/Mayan/>. Co-Editor with Kaitlan Smith. This is an online, searchable, trilingual dictionary in Yucatec Mayan, Spanish, and English. Major content has been incorporated thanks to the generosity of Matthew Restall. Under construction, but password protection was removed spring 2010.

 

   P'urhépecha Dictionary (http://whp.uoregon.edu/dictionaries/Purhepecha/>. Co-Editor with Itziri Moreno Villamar. This is an online, searchable, trilingual dictionary in P'urhépecha (also known as Tarasco), Spanish, and English. Under construction, but password protection was removed spring 2010.

 

   The Virtual Mesoamerican Archive <http://whp.uoregon.edu/vma_preview/>, principal scholar. This site is an online, searchable union catalog with five main divisions: institutions (archives and museums) with Mesoamerican primary materials; digitized materials available on line; scholars' sites (including curricular and research sites); scholars' contact information and short biographies; and, teaching materials. Built by the Wired Humanities Projects with support from the Center for the Study of Women in Society, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Vice President for Research at the University of Oregon. Under construction. In addition, S. Wood has authored numerous biographies in the Scholars database as well as descriptions of many items in the Digitized Materials index. Removed password protection in Spring 2006.

 

   Early Nahuatl Virtual Library Project <http://whp.uoregon.edu/nahlib/envlp/>. Current project in collaboration with the Luis Reyes García Nahuatl Seminar, especially Raúl Macuil and Lidia Gómez García, Robert Haskett, and other contributors. Being developed in conjunction with the Wired Humanities Projects. Under construction.

 

   Digital Cahuleu (Maya Collections) <http://whp.uoregon.edu/DigitalCahuleu/>. Current project in collaboration with the Wired Humanities Projects team, University of Oregon. Under construction.

 

    Gender in Early Mesoamerica (Data Base for Gender in History) <http://gem.uoregon.edu/> (write swood@uoregon.edu for username and password). Current project in collaboration with the Wired Humanities Projects team, University of Oregon. Under construction.

 

    "A History of Tacos and Cigarettes," An "Ask the Experts" Answer for the "Aztecs" Webpage at Mexicolore, ed. Ian Mursell <http://www.mexicolore.co.uk/index.php?one=azt&two=ask&tab=ans&id=12>, February 2006.

 

    La Malinche: From Whore/Traitor to Mother/Goddess (Digital Teaching Unit for Gender in History) <http://server.fhp.uoregon.edu/dtu/entry/dtu.shtml> (write swood@uoregon.edu for username and password). With technical and design assistance from the staff of the Wired Humanities Projects and funding from the Feminist Humanities Project, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2004.

 

    The Virgin of Guadalupe: From Criolla to Guerrillera (Digital Teaching Unit for Gender in History)

    <http://server.fhp.uoregon.edu/dtu/entry/dtu.shtml> write swood@uoregon.edu for username and password). With technical and design assistance from the staff of the Wired Humanities Project and funding from the Feminist Humanities Project, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2003.

 

    Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz: Transforming Portraits (Digital Teaching Unit for Gender in History) <http://server.fhp.uoregon.edu/dtu/entry/dtu.shtml> (write swood@uoregon.edu for username and password), co-authored with Amanda Powell. With technical and design assistance from Daniel Gilfillan and the collaboration of the staff of the Wired Humanities Project, and funding from the Feminist Humanities Project of the Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 2002.

 

    Frida Kahlo: Mexican Artist, World Icon (Digital Teaching Unit for Gender in History) <http://server.fhp.uoregon.edu/dtu/entry/dtu.shtml> (write swood@uoregon.edu for username and password). With technical and design assistance from Daniel Gilfillan and the collaboration of the staff of the Wired Humanities Project, and funding from the Feminist Humanities Project of the Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 1999.

 

    Women in Mesoamerica (Digital Teaching Unit for Gender in History) <http://server.fhp.uoregon.edu/dtu/entry/dtu.shtml> (write swood@uoregon.edu for username and password). With technical and design assistance from Daniel Gilfillan and John Shin and the collaboration of the staff of the Wired Humanities Project and the Feminist Humanities Project of the Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 1998.

 

PUBLICATIONS / BOOK REVIEWS:

 

   Review of The Search for the Codex Cardona: On the Trail of a Sixteenth-Century Mexican Treasure, by Arnold J. Bauer, appearing in A Contracorriente: A Journal of Social History and Literature in Latin America, forthcoming in 7:3 (Spring 2010). Link will be: http://www.ncsu.edu/acontracorriente/spring_10/index.htm

 

   Review of Cave, City, and Eagle's Nest: An Interpretive Journey through the Mapa de Cuauhtinchan No. 2, eds. Davíd Carrasco and Scott Sessions, appearing in A Contracorriente: A Journal of Social History and Literature in Latin America, 6:3 (Spring 2009), 229–241. Co-authored with Robert Haskett. <Haskett_and_Wood.pdf>

 

    Review of Conquered Conquistadors. The Lienzo de Cuauhquechollan: A Nahua Vision of the Conquest of Guatemala, by Florine G. L. Asselbergs, appearing in Mesoamérica, 49 (July 2007), 179–80.

 

    Review of Malintzin's Choices: An Indian Woman in the Conquest of Mexico, by Camila Townsend, appearing in A Contracorriente: A Journal of Social History and Literature in Latin America, 4:3 (Spring 2007), 219–33. <Wood.pdf>.

 

    Review of Mesoamerican Voices: Native Language Writings from Colonial Mexico, Oaxaca, Yucatan, and Guatemala, eds. Matthew Restall, Lisa Sousa, and Kevin Terraciano, and Annals of His Time: Don Domingo de San Antón Munón Chimalpahin Quauhtlehuanitzin, eds. James Lockhart, Susan Schroeder, and Doris Namala, appearing in the The Americas 63:3 (January 2007), 474-76.

 

    Review of Roots of Identity: Language & Literacy in Mexico, by Linda King, appearing in the Americas 54:3 (January 1998), 463-464.

 

    Book note on Magistrates of the Sacred: Priests and Parishioners in Eighteenth-Century Colonial Mexico, by William B. Taylor, appearing in Religious Studies Review 23:3 (July 1997), 315.

 

    Review of Memory, Myth, and Time in Mexico: From the Aztecs to Independence, by Enrique Florescano, appearing in The Historian 58:3 (Spring 1996), 640-641.

 

    Review of the Handbook of Latin American Studies, volume 50 (1991), edited by Dolores Moyano Martin, appearing in Ethnohistory 39:4 (Fall 1992), 543-545.

 

    Review of Lords of the Tiger Spirit: A History of the Caribs in Colonial Venezuela and Guyana, 1498-1820, by Neil L. Whitehead, appearing in the Hispanic American Historical Review 70:3 (August 1990), 498-499.

 

    Review of Man-Gods in the Mexican Highlands: Indian Power and Colonial Society, 1520-1800, by Serge Gruzinski, appearing in The Americas 47:1 (July 1990), 123-125.

 

    Review of Trade, Tribute, and Transportation: The Sixteenth-Century Political Economy of the Valley of Mexico, by Ross Hassig, appearing in the Business History Review (Spring 1987), 172-173.

 

PROFESSIONAL PAPERS:

 

    "Popular Literacy among the Nahuas after 1650," Workshop on Indigenous Literacy in Mesoamerica and the Colonial (underwritten by the Wrenner-Gren Foundation), John Carter Brown Library, Brown University and Illinois State University, Providence, June 15–27, 2012.

 

    "Getty Research Portal: Potential for Mesoamerican Art History," Symposium on the Getty Research Portal, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, May 30–June 1, 2012.


    "YMDI Distance Research Environment," Symposium on the Yemeni Manuscript Digital Initiative, Staatsbibliothek, Berlin, May 2012.


   "Puebla/Tlaxcala Indigenous-Community Forged Maps of 1870: Reaching Back to Sixteenth-Century Traditions," American Historical Association, Boston, January 2011.

 

   "Transcending 'Conquest,'" a presentation for the roundtable session, "What is the New Conquest History?" American Society for Ethnohistory, Ottawa, Canada, October 2010.

 

    "La Virgen de Guadalupe: Guerrillera de 1810, 1910, y 2010," V Coloquio Internacional de Historia de Mujeres y Género en México, Oaxaca City, Oaxaca México, March 2010.

 

    "Aquí y ahora: Percepciones del tiempo y del espacio en los títulos primordiales," ("Here and Now: Perceptions of Time and Space in Primordial Titles"), International Congress of Americanists, Mexico City, México, July 2009.

 

    "Conquest Lite: Techialoyan Tlacuilos Look Back on the Spanish Invasion," American Society for Ethnohistory annual meeting, Eugene, Oregon, November 2008.

 

    "Social Memory and Collective Identity in the Local Histories of  Colonial Mexican Indigenous Communities," Latin American Studies Association annual meeting, Montreal, Canada, September 2007.

 

    "El poder y la mujer en los pueblos de indios, México, 1500-1800" ("Women and Power in Indigenous Communities, Mexico, 1500-1800"), XVIII Roundtable of the Sociedad Mexicana de Antropología, Mexico City, México, 2007.

 

    "Nahuas' Reshaping of the European Concepts of 'Mapas' and 'Títulos' in New Spain," 52nd International Congress of Americanistas, Seville, Spain, 2006. (Summarized orally in Spanish.)

 

    "An Odd Basket of ODDs: The Mapas Project." Digital Humanities annual meeting, Paris, France, 2006.

 

    "The Virtual Mesoamerican Archive: Exploring Expansion Possibilities, Automated Harvesting, and Migration to MySQL." Poster Session, Digital Humanities annual meeting, Paris, France, 2006.

 

    "The Virtual Mesoamerican Archive: An Electronic Finding Tool for Primary and Secondary Sources," Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials annual meeting, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 2006.

 

    "The Online Nahuatl Dictionary: A Model for Interdisciplinary Multicultural Collaboration," with Judith Musick, Association for Computing in the Humanities annual meeting, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 2005.

 

    "Pedagogical Uses for the Virtual Mesoamerican Archive," with Judith Musick, MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching) International Conference, Costa Mesa, California, 2004.

 

    "Creating a Distance Research Environment (DRE) for the Mapas Project," with Judith Musick, Association for Computing in the Humanities, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2004.

 

    "Medieval Women Online: New Digital Materials for Research & Teaching," Modern Language Association annual meeting, San Diego, California, 2003.

 

    "The Founding Couple in Early Mesoamerican Gender Ideology," 51st International Congress of Americanists, Santiago, Chile, 2003.

 

    "The Techialoyan Codices and Aztec Revivalism in the Late-Seventeenth Century," Conference in honor of James Lockhart, UCLA, Los Angeles, 2002.

 

    "A Guadalupan Sermon in Nahuatl from the Colonial Period," American Catholic Historical Association, Portland (Oregon), 2002.

 

    "Mexican Female Icons: Negotiated Biographies, Strengthening and Contesting Patriarchy," American Historical Association, San Francisco, 2002.

 

    "Frida and Coyolxauhqui: Teaching Gender in Mexican History with the Net," American Historical Association, Boston, 2001.

 

    "Digitizing Women's History: The Collaborative Efforts of the Feminist Humanities Project," Digital Resources for the Humanities, Sheffield (England), 2000. With Judith Musick and Daniel Gilfillan.

 

    "¿El otro otro? Interpretando imágenes de españoles en los códices y textos indígenas." Tercer Simposio Internacional: Códices y Documentos sobre México, Puebla (México), 1996.

 

    "The Ajusco Town Founding Document: Affinities with Documents of the Sixteenth Century," Segundo Simposio Internacional: Códices y Documentos sobre México, Taxco (México), 1994. (Presentation actually given in Spanish.)

 

    "Caciques' Influence over Community History: Negotiated Identities in the Mapa de Cuauhtlantzinco, of the Tlaxcalan Tradition," American Historical Association, San Francisco, 1994.

 

    "A Critique of Conquest: The Primordial Title of Ajusco, Central New Spain," American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, 1992.

 

    "An Uncomfortable Fit: Nahuatl Títulos in a Spanish Legal Context," Dumbarton Oaks Symposium, "Native Traditions in the Postconquest World," Washington, D.C., 1992.

 

    "The Historicity of Títulos and Techialoyan Codices," 47th International Congress of Americanists, New Orleans, 1991.

 

    "Nahua Views of Christianization and Saint Worship," Second Conference on Hispanic Cultures of the Pacific Coast of the Americas, Eugene, 1991.

 

    "The Cosmic Conquest: Late-Colonial Views of the Sword and Cross in Toluca Valley Títulos," 8th Meeting of Mexican and North American Historians, San Diego, 1990. (An expanded version of the study presented in The Netherlands.)

 

    "Indigenous Women, Colonization, and Culture Change: Glimpses of Daily Life in Nahua Testaments," American Historical Association, Pacific Coast Branch, Portland, 1989.

 

    "Adopted Saints: Christian Images in Nahua Testaments of Late Colonial Toluca," American Anthropological Association, Phoenix, 1988.

 

    "Formando pueblos: comunidades de trabajadores de haciendas de labor y minas, valle de Toluca y alrededores, época colonial," Primer Coloquio sobre el Estado de México: Historia y Mundo Rural, Ciudades y Demografía, Toluca (México), 1988.

 

    "Accepting the Sword and Cross? Views of Spanish Conquest in Indian Títulos of Colonial Mexico," 46th International Congress of Americanists, Amsterdam, 1988.

 

    "The Fundo Legal or Lands Por Razón de Pueblo: New Evidence from Central New Spain," 46th International Congress of Americanists, Amsterdam, 1988. (An expanded version of the study presented in Washington, D.C., in 1987.)

 

    "Comparing Notes: Techialoyan Texts and Other Colonial Nahuatl Writings," Northeast Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, SUNY-Albany, Albany (New York), 1988. Also presented in 1987 at the 5th International Symposium of the Latin American Indian Literatures Association, Cornell University, Ithaca (New York).

 

    "The Fundo Legal or Indian Town Site of Central New Spain: New Evidence from the Toluca Valley," American Historical Association, Washington, D.C., 1987.

 

    "The Evolution of the Indian Corporation of the Toluca Region, 1550-1810," 7th Meeting of Mexican and North American Historians, Oaxaca (Mexico), 1985.

 

    "Nahuatl Primordial Titles: Local Production or Regional Manufacture?" American Society for Ethnohistory, New Orleans, 1984.

 

    "Fact or Fabrication? Nahuatl and Spanish-Language Títulos from the Valley of Toluca," Aztec Tertulia (Southern California Symposium), Los Angeles, 1984.

 

    "Historical Matter in the Títulos of Capulhuac," American Historical Association, Pacific Coast Branch, San Diego, 1983.

 

    "Nahuatl and Spanish Títulos from Indian Towns in the Valley of Toluca," Rocky Mountain Conference on Latin American Studies, Park City (Utah), 1983.

 

INVITED PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS:

 

    "Mexicans, Latin@s, Oregonians: Reconstructing their History in the Digital Age," White Stag, Portland, Oregon, May 4, 2012.

 

    "Manuscript Studies and the Nahuatl Dictionary Project," Textualities in the Digital Age Symposium, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, April 14, 2012. See: http://oregondigital.org/digcol/textualities/

 

    "Testamentos de mujeres nahuas en los pueblos de la Nueva España," Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City, Mexico, April 12, 2012.  Seminar presentation.


    "El vocabulario náhuatl y el género," Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City, Mexico, April 12, 2012. Seminar presentation.


    "Achichina, mujer rebelde," Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City, Mexico, April 12, 2012. Seminar presentation.


    "El papel de las mujer indígena en las migraciones legendarias, las fundaciones de pueblos, y la defensa del altepetl," Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City, Mexico, April 11, 2012.  Public address.


    "Los títulos de los pueblos indios de México," Keynote talk for the Simposio Internacional, Códices y Manuscritos Mesoamericanos," El Colegio Mexiquense, Zinacantepec, Mexico, September 2, 2011.


 "Proyectos Digitales Mesoamericanos," Seminario Internacional de Aplicaciones den Redes Avanzadas, Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, Guatemala City, August 30, 2011.

 

  "Humanities Scholars Take the Digital Leap in Teaching and Research," Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, April 22, 2010.

 

    "Latin American Icons: Symbolic Capital," Hispanic Heritage Month, Bend Public Library, Oregon, October 3, 2009; also presented to the Redmond Public Library, Oregon, October 4, 2009.

 

    "Fundadora y defensora de pueblos: La mujer indígena en los Códices Techialoyan (Siglo XVII)," La Casona de las Mujeres, Cholula, Puebla, México, July 23, 2009.

 

    "El poder y la mujer en los pueblos de indios de Mesoamérica, 1500-1800," a presentation and historiography workshop for the young women on scholarship at the Casa de la Mujer, Grupo de Estudios de la Mujer "Guadalupe Musalem," March 13, 2009.

 

    "Proyectos digitales sobre Mesoamerica: Wired Humanities, Universidad de Oregon," Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Puebla, México, March 10, 2009.

 

    "El género en la historia de México: Figuras icónicas," Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Puebla, México, March 10, 2009.

 

    "La Malinche: From Traitor/Whore to Mother/Goddess," a Road Scholars presentation sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, by invitation of by invitation of the Spanish Department at Oregon State University (Corvallis, Oregon), February 5, 2009. [Earlier presentations by invitation of the Deschutes Public Library (Bend, Oregon), April 8, 2006; Art Department, Chemeketa Community College (Salem, Oregon), October 19, 2005, and as a Teaching & Tea Presentation, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, Eugene, February 12, 2004.]

 

    "Frida Kahlo: Mexican Artist, World Icon," a Road Scholars presentation sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, by invitation of the Fiesta Latina (Springfield, Oregon), September 12, 2008. [Earlier presentations by invitation of the Women's Resource Center, Portland Community College, Cascade Campus, March 10, 2008; the Romance Languages Department, Oregon State University, November 15, 2007; the Sisters Library (Oregon), March 10, 2007; the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute/University of Oregon Central Oregon, April 28, 2006; Umpqua Community College (Roseburg, Oregon), April 12, 2005; the Association for Lifelong Learning (Corvallis, Oregon), February 9, 2005; the Yamhill Arts Council (Amity, Oregon), October 18, 2004; the OASIS retirement group (Eugene, Oregon), June 2, 2004; the Eugene Public Library (Eugene, Oregon), May 7, 2004; the Deschutes Public Library (Bend, Oregon), September 28, 2003; the Lake Oswego Library (Portland, Oregon), May 14, 2003; the Cedar Mill Community Library (Portland, Oregon), May 15, 2003; and, the Hillsboro Library (Portland, Oregon), January 26, 2003.]

 

    "The Virgin of Guadalupe: From Creole Symbol to Guerrilla Fighter," a Road Scholars presentation sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, by invitation of the Fiesta Latina (Springfield, Oregon), September 13, 2008. [Earlier presentations by invitation of the Multnomah Public Library (Portland, Oregon), St. John's Location, December 1, 2007; the Deschutes Public Library (Bend, Oregon), December 9, 2006; the River Road Parks District (Eugene, Oregon), January 25, 2005; and, the Learning in Retirement Group (Eugene, Oregon), February 9, 2004.]

 

    "The Women of Embroidering Freedom: Indigenous Migrants from Oaxaca, Mexico, and the Courts of the State of Oregon," by invitation of Judge Ann Aiken for the judges' conference, "The Challenges of Legal Communication in the 21st Century," U.S. Federal Courthouse, Eugene, Oregon, November 30, 2007.

 

    "Employing Technology to Analyze Gender Roles in Mesoamerican Manuscripts: Recent Advances in the Mapas Project," with Judith Musick. A noon talk, Center for the Study of Women in Society, November 28, 2007.

 

    "Introduction to the Mapas Project: Digitizing Pictorial Manuscripts from Mesoamerica," with Judith Musick, a presentation to staff and fellows of Dumbarton Oaks Research Institute (Harvard University), Washington, D.C., October 17, 2007.

 

    "Mapas y manuscritos en náhuatl de la zona Tlaxcala-Puebla: Creando recursos digitales" ("Mapas and Nahuatl Manuscripts from the Tlaxcala-Puebla Zone: Creating Digital Resources"), Centro Tlaxcalteca de la Cultura and Pueblos Indígenas del SEPUEDE, Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala, México, August 13, 2007." Los códices Techialoyan del Estado de Hidalgo" ("Techialoyan Codices from the State of Hidalgo"), Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo, Pachuca, Hidalgo, México, August 8, 2007.

 

    "La memoria social en la identidad de los 'pueblos de indios,' Nueva Espana" ("Social Memory in the Identity of Indigenous Communities of New Spain"), Congress on Primordial Titles organized by Amos Megged of Haifa University and Sebastián van Doesburg, Biblioteca Burgoa, Centro Cultural de Santo Domingo, Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico, August 2, 2007.

 

    "Soldaderas: Female Mexican Revolutionary Figures, Larger than Life," a Road Scholars presentation sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, by invitation of the Arts and Culture Festival, Blue Mountain Community College (Pendleton, Oregon), April 16, 2007. [Earlier presentations by invitation of the Central Library and Hollywood Library (Portland, Oregon), both on March 18, 2007.]

 

    "Frida Kahlo: International Icon," radio interview at KOPT 1600 AM, Eugene, Oregon, March 28, 2006.

 

    "The Virgin of Guadalupe," radio interview at KOPT 1600 AM, Eugene, Oregon, December 13, 2005.

 

    "El género y el espacio virtual. ¿Cómo ensenar y estudiar la historia de las mujeres mexicanas usando fuentes digitales?" Instituto Mora, Mexico City, October 24, 2005.

 

    "Emphasizing Militancy in Mexican Female Icons," part of a series, "International Perspectives on Women, Gender, and Sexuality," University of Oregon, Eugene, October 12, 2005.

 

    "El Proyecto Mapas y el Archivo Virtual Mesoamericano: Dos recursos para avanzar los estudios mesoamericanos," Universidad de las Américas, Cholula, Puebla, Mexico, August 22, 2005.

 

    "Translating Nahuatl," Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexico, July 25, 2005.

 

    "The Virtual Mesoamerican Archive," presentation to staff and fellows of Dumbarton Oaks Research Institute (Harvard University), Washington, D.C., May 20, 2005.

 

    "The Mapas Project," Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, November 5, 2004.

 

    "Transcending Conquest: Nahua Views of Spanish Colonial Mexico" (book highlights), University of Copenhagen, Denmark, June 18, 2004.

 

    "Frida Kahlo: Artista mexicana, ícono mundial," a Road Scholars presentation in Spanish sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, by invitation of Womenspace Latina Support Group (Eugene, Oregon), December 2, 2004.

 

    "Mesoamerican Treasures: The Kislak Techialoyan from Tolcayuca and the Mapas Project," Jay I. Kislak Mesoamerican Museum, Miami Lakes, Florida, May 13, 2004.

 

    "Now What? Nahuatl! Introduction to the Aztec Language," multi-media presentations for Foreign Language and International Studies Day, University of Oregon, April 30, 2004. (Earlier presentations also: April 25, 2003, April 27, 2001, April 28, 2000, April 30, 1999, and May 1, 1998.)

 

    "El Archivo Virtual Mesoamericano: poniendo fuentes históricas al acceso público," Universidad Autonoma de Tlaxcala, Mexico, May 9, 2003.

 

    "The Virgin of Guadalupe: From Criolla to Guerrillera," Teaching and Tea Presentation, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, Eugene, January 16, 2003.

 

    "El género en los estudios mesoamericanos," Museo Felgérez, Zacatecas, Mexico, November 21, 2002.

 

    "El papel de la mujer en la construcción de los pueblos mesoamericanos," Palacio Legislativo del Estado de Tlaxcala, Mexico, November 15, 2002.

 

    "Títulos, Techialoyans, and Mexican Ethnohistory," invited presentation for the graduate seminar in Colonial Latin American Literature, University of California, Berkeley, February 2002.

 

    "Dating the Bodleian Nahuatl Sermon," invited presentation for the faculty reading group on Colonial Latin America, University of California, Berkeley, February 2002.

 

    "Frida Kahlo: Mexican Artist, World Icon," four presentations for Women's History Day, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, March 9, 2001.

 

    "Mexico's Founding Mothers and Fathers: Early Mesoamerican Gender Complementarity?" grant report, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, March 7, 2001.

 

    "Using the Gender in History Database to Teach Aztec Culture," for the "Teaching and Tea" pedagogical seminars for university and high school faculty, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, November 9, 2000.

 

    "Women of Mesoamerica: Gender Complimentarity and Hierarchy," for the "Teaching and Tea" pedagogical seminars for university and high school faculty, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, December 10, 1998.

 

    "Gender Constructs in Town Guardianship, Colonial Mesoamerica," for Reclaiming the Past, Research Interest Group of the Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, May 29, 1998.

 

    "Intruders or Allies? Portrayals of Spaniards in Indigenous Records of Colonial Mexico," Hispanic Division, Library of Congress, May 10, 1995.

 

    "Indigenous Views of the Conquest of Mexico," Linfield College, McMinnville, Oregon, April 21, 1993.

 

    "Aztec Women under Spanish Colonization," Willamette University, Salem, Oregon, March 29, 1993.

 

    "'We No Longer Accept the Discover Card:' Rethinking Columbus [through Political Cartoons]," Freshman Honor Society, University of Oregon, November 18, 1992.

 

    "The Mapa de Cuauhtlantzinco: Indigenous Allies of the Spanish Remember the Conquest," Museum of Natural History, University of Oregon, Eugene, November 13, 1992.

 

    "Aztec, Maya, and Inca Views of the Spanish Invasion," for the Latin American and Caribbean Student Organization, University of Oregon, Eugene, October 13, 1992.

 

    "Columbus: The Legacy," Chemawa Indian School, International Indigenous Peoples' Day Symposium, Salem, October 12, 1992. (Sharing the podium with Father Ernesto Cardenal of Nicaragua.)

 

    "Recognizing Rape in the Conquest of Latin America," Part of a Roundtable Discussion, Annual Meeting, American Historical Association, Pacific Coast Branch, Corvallis, August 14, 1992.

 

    "Uncomfortably Close Encounters: Sexual Assault in the Conquest of Latin America," Miracle Theater Group, Portland, September 17; Central America Project, Oregon State University, Corvallis, May 18; Department of History, Columbian Quincentenary Conference, University of Oregon, April 23, 1992.

 

    "Perspectivas indígenas sobre la evangelación y la adoración de los santos: época colonial, Valle de Toluca," invited public lecture, El Colegio Mexiquense, Toluca, Mexico, August 2, 1992.

 

    "Nuevas consideraciones sobre los códices 'Techialoyan,'" Convocation Keynote Talk, Escuela Nacional de Antropología, Mexico, July, 1991.

 

    "Indigenous Views of the Conquest of Mexico," Department of History, Portland State University, February 26, 1990.

 

    "Bad Deeds? Unorthodox Property Titles and the Struggle for Land in Colonial Mexico," Department of History, University of Oregon, February 2, 1989.

 

    "Unorthodox Land Titles of Colonial Mexican Indian Towns," Department of History, University of California, Riverside, February 5, 1988.

 

    "U.S. Covert Operations: Guatemala's 'Operation Success'," Convocation Panel, University of Oregon, September, 1988.

 

    "Brazil's Multi-Cultural Heritage," presentation for a panel entitled, "Brazil Today: A Look at the Forces Shaping It," for the International Week Forum, Focus on Brazil, University of Maine, April 15, 1987.

 

    "An Overview of Nicaraguan Cultural and Social History," lecture presented on behalf of the Bucksport Area Peace Action Committee, Orland, Maine, February 2, 1987.

 

    "Debt, Drugs, and Democracy: What's Behind the News on Mexico," presentation for a panel entitled, "¿Qué Pasa? What's Happening in Latin America?" at the Maine Center for the Arts, November 11, 1986.

 

    "Crisis in Central America: An Historical Perspective," lecture presented on behalf of the Aroostook Peace Action Coalition, Caribou, Maine, May 9, 1986.

 

    "Background on Central America," lecture presented on behalf of the Concerned Citizens of Southern Aroostook, Houlton, Maine, February 28, 1986.

 

    "From Huipil to Silk Petticoat: Researching Women in Nineteenth-Century Travel Accounts of Mexico," Women in the Curriculum, University of Maine, December 3, 1985.

 

    "The Historical Roots of Turmoil in Central America," Third World Forum, University of Maine, April 15, 1985.

 

    "Army Wives and Native American Women: Interaction on the Frontier," Women's History Week Presentation, University of Maine, March 5, 1985.

 

    "Central America," Respondent to the News of the World Forum, University of Maine, February 11, 1985.

 

    "Indian Town Formation in the Toluca Valley, Colonial Period," Mesoamerican Network (Southern California Symposium), Hermosa Beach, 1983.

 

INVITED FILM INTRODUCTIONS & DISCUSSIONS:

 

    Introduction to and discussion leader for the film, Super Amigos, Margaret Mead Film Series, University of Oregon, April 29, 2009.

 

    Introduction to and discussion leader for the films, Discovering Dominga and Artist of Resistance, University of Oregon, April 19, 2007.

 

    Introduction to and discussion leader for the film, Senorita Extraviada, University of Oregon, April 12, 2007.

 

    Introduction to and discussion leader for the film, Speak Truth to Power: Voices from Beyond the Dark, University of Oregon, April 5, 2007.

 

    Introduction to and discussion leader for the film, The Sixth Sun: Mayan Uprising in Chiapas, University of Oregon, May 4, 2005.

 

    Introduction to and discussion leader for the film, The Unapologetic Life of Margaret Randall, University of Oregon, April 20, 2005.

 

    Introduction to and discussion leader for the film, Under Fire, University of Oregon, April 6, 2005.

 

    Introduction to and discussion leader for film, 11'09"01: September 11, in "The Other September 11th Film Series," University of Oregon, Eugene, October 9, 2003.

 

    Introduction to and discussion leader for film, Death and the Maiden, in "The Other September 11th Film Series," University of Oregon, Eugene, October 30, 2003.

 

    Introduction to the European premiere of The Sixth Sun: Maya Uprising in Chiapas, University of Copenhagen, May 21, 1997.

 

    Introduction to The Last Zapatista, for Latin American history and Latin American culture classes, Oregon State University, February 21, 1996.

 

    Introduction to the East Coast premiere of The Last Zapatista, Mary Pickford Theater, Library of Congress, September 5, 1995.

 

    Introduction to the film, Lizzie: An Amazon Adventure, for International Week Forum, Focus on Brazil, University of Maine, April 17, 1987.

 

    Discussion leader for film, Vacation Nicaragua, for the Latin American Film Festival, Eastern Maine Campaign for Peace in Central America, Bangor, April 12, 1987.

 

    Discussion leader for film, Castro's Challenge, for the Latin American Film Festival, Eastern Maine Campaign for Peace in Central America, Bangor, April 8, 1987.

 

    Introduction to and discussion leader for film, The Darklight of Dawn, on Guatemala, for the Latin American Film Festival, Eastern Maine Campaign for Peace in Central America, Bangor, April 6, 1987.

 

    Discussion leader for film, The Yankee Years, about U.S. foreign policy in Latin America, for the Eastern Maine Campaign for Peace in Central America, Bangor, March 11, 1987.

 

    Discussion leader for films, Waiting for the Invasion and Americas in Transition, on Nicaragua and Latin America in the twentieth century, for the Peace and Justice Film Series, University of Maine, February 5, 1987.

 

    Discussion leader for film, Testimonio: Así Avanzamos, on Nicaragua, for the Maine Peace Action Committee, December 4, 1986.

 

    Discussion leader for films, In the Name of Democracy and Road to Liberty, on El Salvador, Foreign Film Series, University of Maine, March 6, 1986.

 

    Historical introduction to the film El Salvador: Another Vietnam, and discussion leader, Peace Action Film Series, University of Maine, February 14, 1985.

 

DOCUMENTARY FILM RESEARCH AND CONSULTING:

 

    Photographic stills contribution, Women, Media and Rebellion in Oaxaca, Gabriela Martínez, Director/Producer. Premiere, March 2008.

 

    Consultant/Research, video documentary, Absolute Zero, segment on ice harvesting in Maine. Meredith Burch, Producer. Aired on PBS in January 2008.

 

    Director of Research for Meridian Productions, working with Director/Producer Saul Landau on the video documentary, The Sixth Sun: Mayan Uprising in Chiapas, Fall 1995. Aired on PBS in 1996. (I also introduced the European premiere and led the discussion at the University of Copenhagen, May 27, 1997.)

 

    Consultant, video documentary, The Last Zapatista. Susan Lloyd, Producer and Director, 1995. Aired on PBS in 1996. (I also introduced the premiere showing and led the discussion at the Mary Pickford Theater, Library of Congress, September 29, 1995.)

 

    Consultant, Indigenous Versions of the Conquest of Mexico, for the video documentary, Columbus and the Age of Discovery, WGBH-TV Boston, Rachel Field, Producer, 1989. Aired on PBS in 1991.

 

 FILM FESTIVALS:

 

    Organizer, "Human Rights in Latin America Film Series," University of Oregon, Spring 2007.

 

    Co-Organizer, with other Latin American Studies faculty, "Dreams and Nightmares: Latin America in the 21st Century, a Film Series," University of Oregon, April 20-June 1, 2006.

 

    Organizer, "Central America and the Cold War: A Film Series," University of Oregon, Spring 2005.

 

    Organizer, "The Other September 11th Film Series," (films about Chile, 9/11/73), University of Oregon, Fall 2003.

 

 MANUSCRIPT CONSULTING:

 

    Consultant, Hispanic Division, Library of Congress, identification of a colonial Nahuatl manuscript, 2007.

 

    Consultant, Arader Galleries (New York), report on colonial Mexican manuscripts, 2006.

 

    Consultant, Christie's Auction House (New York), authentification of colonial Mexican manuscripts, 1998-99.

 

    Consultant, H. P. Kraus Rare Books and Manuscripts (New York), identification and evaluation of colonial Mexican manuscripts and rare books, 1999, 1986.

 

    Consultant, Colonial Mexican Manuscripts in Nahuatl at the Bancroft Library (Berkeley), National Education Television, American Film Foundation, Terry Saunders, Producer, 1986.

 

 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

 

    Getty Research Portal Advisory Group, 2012–present.


    Co-Organizer, "Visual and Textual Dialogues in Mesoamerica," a three-day panel for the 54th International Congress of Americanists, Vienna, July 2012.


    Panel Chair, "The Many Conquests of America," American Historical Association, Boston, Massachusetts, January 2011.

   

    Co-Organizer, "Negotiating Encounters: Cross-Cultural Communication, Translation, and Interplay in Pre-Hispanic and Colonial Mesoamerica," a week-long symposium, University of Warsaw, for June 2010

 

   Board Member, New Media Consortium, Campus Leader Advisory Board for University of Oregon, 2009–2010.

 

    Co-Organizer, "Time and Space in Mesoamerican Cultural Memory," a two-day panel for the 53rd International Congress of Americanists, Mexico City, July 2009.

 

    Panel Chair, "Cartographic Encounters in Colonial Mexico," American Society for Ethnohistory annual meeting, Eugene, Oregon, November 2008.

 

    Commentator, "Mesoamerican Testaments and Testators," American Society for Ethnohistory annual meeting, Eugene, Oregon, November 2008.

 

    Referee for CD-Rom, University of Texas Press, 2008.

 

    Referee for articles, Ethnohistory 2008; Ethnohistory and Historical Reflections, 2007; Historia Mexicana, 2006; Hispanic American Historical Review, 2003; Relaciones (Mexico), 2003; Colonial Latin American History Review, 1999; Journal of Women's History, 1998-1999.

 

    Peer review of book manuscript, Duke University Press, 2007.

 

    Commentator, "Genocide in the Americas" Panel, part of the Witnessing Genocide: Representation and Responsibility Conference, University of Oregon, April 29, 2007.

 

    Commentator,"Transcending Narratives: Contestation and Accomodation in Colonial Mesoamerican Texts," Latin American Studies Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 18, 2006.

 

    Commentator, "Caras y máscaras del México étnico: La participación indígena en las formaciones del Estado Mexicano," XXVII Coloquio de Antropología e Historia Regionales, El Colegio de Michoacán, October 26-28, 2005.

 

    Co-Organizer, with other Latin American Studies faculty, of the symposium, "Smoldering Ashes: Revisiting the Legacy of the Cold War in Central America," University of Oregon, May 5-7, 2005.

 

    Co-Organizer, with other Latin American Studies faculty, of the symposium, "Democracy and Human Rights in Latin America: 30 Years after September 11th," University of Oregon, Fall 2003.

 

    Commentator, "Cacicas and Capullanas in the Colonial Andes" panel, American Historical Association, Boston, January 5, 2001.

 

    Commentator, "Mesoamerican Histories" Roundtable, Dumbarton Oaks, Washington D.C., 1995.

 

    Panel organizer, annual meeting of the Renaissance Society of America, Stanford University, 1992.

 

    Panel organizer (two-day panel), 47th International Congress of Americanists, New Orleans, 1991.

 

    Commentator, Nahuatl Historical Literatures Panel, 5th International Symposium of the Latin American Indian Literatures Association, Cornell University, Ithaca, 1987.

 

    Peer review for book, University of Oklahoma Press, 2003.

 

    Referee for grant applications, Foundation for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education, 2003; Concejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (México), 2001; National Endowment for the Humanities, 1987-89.

 

    Conference Organizer (in conjunction with European organizer Hanns Prem and Mexican organizer Constanza Vega) and chair of two half-day sessions of the international meeting, "Tercer Simposio de Códices y Documentos," Puebla, Mexico, August 18-23, 1996.

 

    Lecturer, National Endowment for the Humanities, at two 1989 and one 1992 Summer Institutes for Faculty, "Encounter of Cultures: European and Indigenous Versions of Conquest," Mexico City; "Recreating the New World Contact: Indigenous Languages and Literatures of Latin America--Problems of Translation," Austin; and, "European Exploration: Contacts with the Cultural Other, 1400-1650," Part 4, "Europeans and the Americas--The Aztecs," Salem.

 

    Prize Judge: Wheeler-Voegelin Prize Committee, American Society for Ethnohistory, 1999; Judith Lee Ridge Prize, Western Association of Women Historians, 1990, 1991.

 

 TECHNICAL TRAINING:

 

    Scholarly Edition Production (Electronic) Workshop, Digital Humanities Summer Institute, with Dorothy Porter. University of Victoria, British Colombia, June 2007.

 

    Advanced Text Encoding Initiative Workshop, with Julia Flanders and Syd Bauman. Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, November 2004.

 

    Text Encoding Initiative Workshop, with Susan Schreibman. Gothenburg University, Sweden, June 2004.

 

    XSLT Workshop, with Susan Schreibman. Gothenburg University, Sweden, June 2004.

 

TEACHING AND SERVICE, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

 

 COURSES TAUGHT (term and year -- not counting independent readings supervision for credit):

 

    History 199, The Columbian Quincentenary, SU92

 

    History 199, Latin American History through Film, SU95 (twice)

 

    History 380, Introduction to Latin American History (Colonial), F92, F94

 

    History 381, Introduction to Latin American History (19th C.), W93

 

    History 382, Introduction to Latin American History (20th C.), S93, S96, S00

 

    History 399, Human Rights in Latin America through Film, S07.

 

    History 399, Latin American History through Film, S96, W98, S00

 

    History 399, History of Women in Latin America, W99, W00

 

    History 399, Malinche & Guadalupe: The Mexican Whore-Virgin Dichotomy, SU99

 

    History 399, Adelita & Ramona: Mexican Women in Insurrection, SU99

 

    History 399, Frida Kahlo: Mexican Artist, World Icon, SU99

 

    History 410/510, Gender in History, W00, F03

 

    History 410/510, Mexico's Women Icons, S01

 

    History 483/583, Revolutions in Twentieth Century Latin America, S92, S94

 

    History 483/583, Latin American History through Film, S99, F01, W02

 

    History 483/583, Mexico's Women Icons, F99

 

    Women's Studies 399, Gender in History, S98, F00

 

    Women's Studies 399, Mexico's Women Icons, F98

 

    Women's Studies 410/510, History of Women in Latin America, W98

 

    Women's Studies 410/510, Gender in History, S99

 

    Spanish 101 (two sections), F95

 

    Spanish 102 (two sections), W96

 

    Spanish 318 (Literatura Colonial Hispanoamericana), W01, S01, F01

 

    Study Abroad (NCSA London), London-Based NGOs that Reach into Latin America, S02

 

PH.D. THESIS GUIDANCE / ORAL EXAMS:

 

    Luis Ruíz, comprehensive exam field, gender in Latin American history, 2008 (oral); dissertation, 2008-present.


    David Orique, comprehensive exam field, gender and ethnohistory, early Latin American history, 2009 (oral); dissertation, 2011.

  

    Kristina Tiedje, Anthropology, 2004.

 

    Anuncia Escala, Romance Languages, 1993.

 

M.A. THESIS GUIDANCE / ORAL EXAMS:

 

    Laura Killian, Art History, S10 (reading and commenting on the thesis).

 

    David Orique, Latin American History, S07.

 

    Fernando Calderón, Latin American History, S06.

 

    John Lopez, International Studies and Architecture, early colonial adjustments to the layout of Mexico City, F05.

 

    Alvaro Mardones Llanos, International Studies, "Cecilia Bolocco and the Construction of the Chilean Identity," Su05.

 

    Angela Tone, History, (no-thesis option), Latin American History, S05.

 

    Annie Marges, History, (no-thesis option), Latin American History, S03.

 

    Kathleen Burk, Folklore, "Altered Altars: Creating An Exhibition Out Of A Cultural Event [Mexican Day of the Dead in Oregon]," W03.

 

    Anne Raddosevich, "Health Care in El Salvador," International Studies, S02.

 

    María Dolores Lizarzaburu, "The Impact of Alternative Trade Organizations on the Development of Rural Indigenous Artisan Women in Ecuador," F01.

 

    Francisco Murphy, Sociology, with a focus on early twentieth-century labor in Mexico, F00.

 

B.A. THESIS AND EXIT PAPER GUIDANCE / ORAL EXAMS:

 

    Twentieth-Century Latin American History:

 

    Erika Gibson, Honors College, "Third Culture Kids," F02.

 

    Jill Nicola, International Studies, "Saltando La Barda/Jumping the Fence: Mexican Immigration Stories," S01. (Director: Lynn Stephen.)

 

    Yuna Morita, International Studies, "Longing for Justice: The Voice from the Chiapas Highlands, Non-Violent 'Las Abejas" and Torn Zapatistas (Chiapas, Mexico)," S00.

 

    Marion McLean, International Studies, "Women's Voices, Mexican Midwives," S00.

 

    Chelsea Perkins, International Studies, Honors Thesis, "Border Lines: NAFTA's Effects on Women Along the U.S./Mexico Border," S00.

 

    John Adamson, International Studies, "International Human Rights Observation: The Situation in Mexico," S99.

 

    Joy Marcotte, International Studies, Honors Thesis, "From Marches to M-16s: The Fight for Women's Rights in Mexico in the Past Two Decades," S98.

 

    Courtney Stern, International Studies, "Latin American Women's Textile Cooperatives: Economic Survival, Cultural Preservation and Gender Issues," S98.

 

    Scott Currie, International Studies, "The Social Conscience of Latin American Film," S98.

 

    Katelyn Oldham, Honors College and History Thesis, "Dialogue and Mexicanidad in the Paintings of Frida Kahlo [Mexico]," F96. (Director: Linda Kintz.)

 

    Jackie Wallace, International Studies, "Sandinista Health Care in Nicaragua," F96.

 

    Mary Ripley, International Studies Honors Thesis, "A Study of Mapuche Cultural Change Exemplified in the Role of the Shaman [Chile]," S96.

 

    Marty I. Schmith, International Studies Honors Thesis, "Mobilization of Women within the Socialist Revolutionary Process: Nicaraguan and Cuban Women Demonstrate Progress Toward Emancipation," S96.

 

    Carrie Miller, International Studies, "Cuban Youth and Revolutionary Struggle in the Twentieth Century," S96.

 

    Cherstin Lyon, History Honors Thesis, "The Art of Survival: Women and the Feminine Voice of Protest in Chile," F95.

 

    Brandy Blackman, International Studies Honors Thesis, "Revolution and Equality: How Nicaraguan Women's Lives Have Changed Since 1979," SU95.

 

    Karleen A. Scharf, International Studies, "The Women of Central America: Their Past Directs Them into the Future," SU93.

 

    Elizabeth Peterman, International Studies, "Women's Participation in Revolution in Cuba and Nicaragua," S92.

 

    Tanya Heikkila, International Studies Honors Thesis, "Women's Popular Political Organization in Latin American Revolutionary Movements: The Cases of Cuba, Nicaragua, and El Salvador," W92. (Director: Galen Martin).

 

    Denise Wallace, International Studies, "Working Women in Mexico: The Struggles Faced by Poverty," W92. (Co-directed with Robert Haskett).

 

    Colonial Latin American History:

 

    Judith Osborn, History Honors Thesis, "The Castas Paintings of Mexico: Identities in Color," S99. (Director: Carlos Aguirre.)

 

    James Curtis, History Honors Thesis, "Tupi-Guaraní Cosmology and the Formation of Sedentary Society," S99. (Director: Robert Haskett.)

 

    Magan Crane, International Studies Honors Thesis, "Conquest, Cult, and Nationalism: A Discussion of the Virgin of Guadalupe in Mexican Cultural History," S94.

 

    Janel Nockelby, Honors College, "Nahua Christianity: The Religious Education of Nahuas and Mendicant Clergy in Sixteenth Century Mexico," W93. (Director: Robert Haskett.)

 

    Latinos in U.S. History:

 

    Nicole Mione, "The Role of Art in El Movimiento," International Studies, S99.

 

    Linea Rein, International Studies, "The 150-Year Struggle of Mexican Americans and Mexican Immigrants in the United States," W98.

 

    Jonathon Patrick Poliquin, International Studies, "The Benefits of Bilingualism and Overcoming Discrimination: A Comparison of the Situations of the French Speakers of Canada and the Spanish-Speakers of the U.S.," S96 (Director: Barbara Altmann, Romance Languages, who guided the French component).

 

ADDITIONAL ADVISING:

 

    International Studies students: Amy Kott, Jocelyn Atkins, Sarah Marble, Kalub Jarosh, Francesco Bilello, Hollee Keegan.

 

COMMITTEE WORK:

 

    Oregon Latino Heritage Collaborative, 2011–present.


    Tribal Legacies, 2011–present


    Executive Committee, Center for the Study of Women in Society, 2005–2009.

 

    Savage Committee on International Relations and Peace, 2002–2005.

 

    Film Faculty Committee, 1999–2005.

 

    Feminist Humanities Project, Board of Advisers, 1998–2009.

 

    Latin American Studies Committee, 1991–present. (Advisory Committee, 2011–present; Executive Committee, 1991–1994, 2002–2008).

 

STUDY ABROAD INVOLVEMENT:

 

    Interamerican University Studies Institute, program development for Oaxaca, with attention to sending faculty from the College of Education wishing to develop collaborative research projects in Mexico. With Robert Jackson, IUSI Director. 2007 and 2008.

 

    Office of International Programs, University of Oregon, panelist for an orientation for Northwest Council on Study Abroad faculty, Portland, 2006.

 

    Overseas Study, Office of International Programs, University of Oregon. Faculty advisor for the Querétaro program. Fall 2005-.

 

    Oregon University System program at the Universidad de las Américas, Puebla, Mexico, Summer 2005. Gave a presentation to prospective students interested in Oregon.

 

    Interamerican University Studies Institute, Querétaro program, Resident Director, Summer Session II, 2005; 18 students.

 

    Office of International Programs, University of Oregon, interviewing applicants for Northwest Council on Study Abroad, 2004.

 

    AHA International, Northwest Consortium of Study Abroad program in London, Spring 2002. Taught and helped advise; 24 students.

 

    Office of International Programs, University of Oregon, search committee service, 1998.

 

    Steering Committee, Friendship Foundation for International Students, University of Oregon, Fall 1995–present.

 

    Oregon State System of Higher Education; Study Abroad Committee. Campus visits in Mexico to help select sites, 1991.