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ANNE LAMBRIGHT

Trinity College Dept. of Language and Culture Studies 300 Summit St. Hartford, CT 06106 (860) 297-2433 EDUCATION The University of Texas at Austin Ph.D. Hispanic Literature, May 1997. M.A. Hispanic Literature, August 1993. Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas B. A. Spanish, History, & Latin American Studies, May 1989, magna cum laude. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS Trinity College. Department of Modern Languages Associate Professor. July 2005 to present. Assistant Professor. July 2000-June 2005. Bucknell University. Department of Modern Languages Assistant Professor. August 1997-July 2000. Yale University. Department of Spanish and Portuguese Visiting Lector. September 1999-May 2000. The University of Texas - Austin. Department of Spanish and Portuguese Lecturer and Course Supervisor, January 1997-May 1997. Assistant Instructor, January 1993 - August 1995; August 1996- December 1996. RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS Andean Literature and Culture Spanish American Indigenismo Indigenous Cultural Production in the Americas Twentieth Century Latin American Literature Latin American Women Writers HONORS External Residential Faculty Fellowship, University of Connecticut Humanities Institute, August 2010-May 2011. Faculty Research Grant Trinity College, 2009. Millicent C. McIntosh Fellowship, Woodrow Wilson Foundation June 2007-2009 Community Learning Initiative Course Development Grant Trinity College, 2004. Faculty Development Grant, Trinity College, 2002. Summer Research Grant, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University, Summer 1999.

email: anne.lambright@trincoll.edu

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Nomination, Outstanding Dissertation Award, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Texas at Austin, 1996-1997. University Continuing Fellowship, The University of Texas at Austin, August 1995- May 1996. University Preemptive Fellowship, The University of Texas at Austin, August 1991-1993. Fulbright Grant, Quito, Ecuador, September 1989-August 1990. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES PUBLICATIONS in the field of literature and culture In Progress Andean Truths: Transitional Justice, Ethnicity, and Cultural Production in Post-Shining Path Peru. Book Project. Published or Forthcoming Books Creating the Hybrid Intellectual: Subject, Space, and the Feminine in the Narrative of Jos Mara Arguedas. Bucknell University Press, 2007. Unfolding the City: Women Write the City in Latin America. Co-edited and Introduction with Elisabeth Guerrero. University of Minnesota Press, 2007. Articles or Book Chapters Dead Body Politics: Yuyachkani and Perus Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Forthcoming Worlds, Stages, Publics: Imagining Global Rights in Twenty-first Century Theater. Florian Becker, Paola Hernndez, Brenda Werth, eds. La violencia y el cuerpo femenino: Contraelviento y Antgona de Yuyachkani. Forthcoming Textos. "A Nation Embodied: Woman in the Work of Yuyachkani." Forthcoming Letras Femeninas. "On Being a Woman in the City of Kings: Women Writing (in) Lima 1990-Present". Unfolding the City. Lambright and Guerrero, eds. University of Minnesota Press, 2007. "El cdigo de lo femenino en la narrativa de Jos Mara Arguedas." Jos Mara Arguedas: hacia una potica migrante. Sergio R. Franco, ed. Pittsburg: Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, Serie Antonio Cornejo Polar, 2006. 331-355. In the Name of the Father: Vargas Llosa and/on Arguedas. Hispanfila 142 (Sept. 2004) 117136. "Espacio, sujeto y resistencia en El Sexto". Anthropolgica (Universidad Catlica, Lima, Per) 20:20 (2002): 35-56. History, Gender, and Unsuccessful Revolutions in Marta Lynchs La seora Ordez. Hispanfila 134 (Jan 2002): 105-118. "Woman, Body and Memory: Yuyachkani's Peruvian Antigone." Feminist Review (2001): 3-4. Time, Space, and Gender: Creating the Hybrid Intellectual in Los ros profundos. Latin American Literary Review 28:55 (Jan-Jun 2000): 5-26.

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Losing Ground: Some Notes on the Feminine in El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo. Hispanfila 122 (Spring 1998): 71-84. Trocsenos el reinar en vasallaje: Afirmacin y negacin de la otredad en Comentarios reales. Dactylus 15 (Spring 1996): 24-43. Reviews "Review of Sirena Selena by Mayra Santos". Review: Latin American Literature and Arts. PUBLICATIONS in the field of language teaching and methodology Metas. With Sharon Foerster. An intermediate-level Spanish textbook and course program. McGraw Hill, 2007. Second edition, 2010. Lecturas Literarias: Moving Towards Linguistic and Cultural Fluency through Literature. With Sharon Foerster and Ramonita Marcano-Ogando. McGraw Hill, 2006. Punto y aparte: Spanish in Review, Moving Toward Fluency. An intermediate-level Spanish textbook and course program, with Sharon Foerster. McGraw Hill, First edition 1999; Second edition 2003. Third edition 2006. Fourth edition 2010. Awarded First Edition of the Year by McGraw Hill Humanities and Social Sciences Division, 2000. PAPERS PRESENTED (selected) Teaching Peruvian History through Film. Incorporating Peru into the Curriculum. Hartford, CT, September 26, 2009. When Dead Bodies Speak: Ghost Whispering with Yuyachkani. Latin American Studies Association Conference. Montreal, Canada, September 4-8, 2007. Speaking of and Through the Dead: Yuyachkani and the CVR. Encuentro of the Hemispheric Institute for Performance and Politics. Buenos Aires, Argentina, June 8-16, 2007. Teaching (in) Hispanic Hartford. Latin American Studies Association Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 16-18, 2006. "On Being a Woman in the City of Kings: Women Writing (in) Lima 1990-Present." Latin American Studies Association Conference, Las Vegas, October 7-10, 2004. "The Nation Embodied: Gender and Ethnicity in Yuyachkani." New England Council of Latin American Studies Conference, Dartmouth College, October 18, 2003. "Woman, Body and Memory: Yuyachkani's Peruvian Antigone." Latin American Studies Association Conference, Dallas, March 27-30, 2003. (Panel Organizer and Chair) "En medio de la locura: Las mujeres escriben Lima." Escritura, individuo y sociedad en Espaa, Las Amricas y Puerto Rico. Universidad de Puerto Rico en Arecibo, Puerto Rico, November 21-23, 2002. (Panel Organizer and Chair) "The New Urban Geographies of Mayra Santos Febres". Modern Language Association Conference, New Orleans, December 27-29, 2001.

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"Achieving Total Literacy: Language and Culture through Reading," Yale University, March 2, 2000. "Three Authors in Search of a Nation, or, the Place of the Intellectual in Peru (1958-1988)," invited speaker University of Connecticut, Feburary 3, 2000 and Barnard College, February 10, 2000. In the Name of the Father: Mario Vargas Llosas El Hablador, Primera Conferencia de Literatura y Cultura Hispnicas, Bucknell University, April 17-18, 1999. Locating a National Culture: The Indian and the Nation in the Works of Jos Mara Arguedas and Mario Vargas Llosa, Modern Language Association Conference, December 26-28, 1998. Gender, Race, and Social Justice in Two Neo-indigenista Writers, Latin American Studies Association XXI International Congress, Chicago, September 24-26, 1998. (Re-) Constructing Gender and Race in Two Novels by Jos Mara Arguedas, The First FIUUM Conference on Iberian/Iberian-American Literatures 1898-1998: Nation, Culture and Identity, Florida International University, October 23-25, 1997. COURSES TAUGHT HISP 401 Senior Seminar HISP 331 The Boom and Beyond HISP 321 Gender , Ethnicity and Resistance in the Andes HISP 341 Indigenous Peoples in Spanish American Literature HISP 280 Hispanic Hartford HISP 270 Introduction to Cultural Analysis (Hispanic Studies) HISP 263 Latin American Culture I (Pre-Columbian-Independence) HISP 226 Spanish American and Iberian Film and Conversation HISP/MDLG 233 Latin American Women Writers (course in translation) HISP/MDLG 233 US Latino/a Literature (in English) Spanish American Culture and Civilization (Bucknell University) Spanish American Short Story (Bucknell University) Spanish Language-All levels TRINITY COLLEGE SERVICE AND RELATED PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (selected) Board of Directors Hemispheric Institute for Performance and Politics Hispanic Studies Section Coordinator, Dept of Modern Languages and Literature, 2007-present. Faculty Sponsor, Global Site in Santiago de Chile, 2006-present Center for Urban and Global Studies Advisory Board, 2008-present Phi Beta Kappa Secretary, 2007-present Deans Ad-Hoc Committee on Teaching 2007-2008 Latin American and Caribbean Studies Coordinator, 2006-2008 Faculty Research Committee, 2007-2008 Women, Gender and Sexuality Program Steering Committee 2005-2008 Human Rights Program Faculty Advisory Board, 2007-2008 Dean of Faculty Search Committee 2005-2006

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Mellon Grants for Global-Urban Initiatives Selection Committee, 2005-2006 Community Learning Initiatives Advisory Group 2005-2006 Admissions and Financial Aid Committee, 2004-2005; 2006-2008 Member, Modern Language Association Member, Latin American Studies Association Member, Instituto Internacional de Estudios Iberoamericanos