Aileen Al-Kadi     (Portuguese)

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

2010-“O dia em que matei meu pai: o parricídio como espetáculo da violência” in 
Revista de Estudos em Literatura Brasileira Contemporânea. Ed. UnB (Universidade de Brasilia, Brazil) nº 37 - brasília, janeiro/junho de 2011.

2010 -“Un asesino solitario, la autoria de un crimen compartido: del centro a los márgenes y el espectáculo de la violencia política en el México de los 90.” In Revista de Literatura Mexicana Contemporánea, número 44. Año 16. University of Texas at El Paso, TX.


Book Chapters

2011- “La oficialidad del crimen en la narrativa de Elmer Mendoza” en Vida y Resistencia en Ciudad Juárez. Colegio de La Frontera Norte. COLEF, Ciudad Juárez, Chichuahua, Mexico. Forthcoming 2012.

Book Reviews

2011- Cacilda Rêgo & Carolina Rocha (editors). New Trends in Argentine and Brazilian Cinema (Intellect Bristol / University of Chicago Press, 2011). Hispania. Scheduled for Fall 2011.
    

2011 - Drummond, Roberto. Hilda Hurricane (University of Texas Press, 2010), translated by Peter Vaudry-Brown. Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas 83, ‘Cityscapes: Rio and Bahia’ (guest editors for the issue: Elizabeth Lowe and Peggy Sharpe). Scheduled for Fall 2011.

2010 - Perrone, Charles A. “Brazil, Lyric, and the Americas. Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida.” In Hispania, published by the AATSP (American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese). Classical & Modern Languages at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.  Issue December, 93.4.

2010 - Domínguez-Ruvalcaba, Héctor and Ignacio Corona. “Gender Violence at the U.S.-Mexico Border: Media Representation and Public Response. Edited by. Tucson, AZ: The University of Arizona Press.” In Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana. Department of Romance Languages at Tufts University, Medford, MA. VOL. XXXVI - No 72 - 2010 -- J.M. ARGUEDAS:  100 años de vigencia--


Books    

2011- Ellos y Nosotros. Chronicles written by well known Latin American fiction writers and journalist living in the US and in Latin America. Co-editor with journalist Diego Fonseca. (To be published in 2012 by ed. Alfaguara/Santillana USA.)

2011- Faces of Violence. A Critical Anthology of Brazilian Contemporary Fiction. As the editor, organizer, and contributor (preface and two essays). Fifteen short stories and chapters translated into English and accompanied by essays written by well-known scholars from the US and Brazil. Sponsored by Itamaraty, Ministry of External Relations in Brazil and the General Consul of Brazil in Houston, TX. (Peter Lang Publishing )


Other Publications and Translation

2011 - Translation from Portuguese to Spanish of excerpts from João Almino’s novel Cidade Livre. “Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos” (n. 735, september 2011) Special edition “Literatura Brasileña Hoy”. Madrid, Spain.

2011 - Translation from Portuguese to Spanish of André de Leones chronicle “Abaixo da linha de sombra” and Carola Saavedra “Heranças” for Ellos y Nosotros. Chronicles written by well known Latin American fiction writers and journalist living in the US and in Latin America (to be published in 2012 by ed. Alfaguara/ Santillana USA.)

2011- Translation from English to Spanish of Daniel Alarcón’s chronicle “Aquí está bien” [Here is fine] for Ellos y Nosotros. Chronicles written by well known Latin American fiction writers and journalist living in the US and in Latin America (to be published in 2012 by ed. Alfaguara/ Santillana USA.)


Matthew Desing     (Spanish)

“'De pan y de tresoro': Sacrament in the Libro de Apolonio.” La Corónica. Accepted-forthcoming.

“Luciana's Story: Text, Travel, and Interpretation in the Libro de Apolonio.” Hispanic Review 79.1 (Winter 2011): 1-15.  

Translation. Dominguez Casas, Rafael. “The Artistic Patronage of Isabel the Catholic: Medieval or Modern?”  Queen Isabel I of Castile: Power, Patronage, Persona.  Ed. Barbara F. Weissberger. London: Boydell and Brewer, 2008. 123-48.

Index. Queen Isabel I of Castile: Power, Patronage, Persona.  Ed. Barbara F. Weissberger. London: Boydell and Brewer, 2008.

Index.  Marriage and Sexuality in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia.  Ed. Eukene Lacarra Lanz.  Hispanic Issues v. 26. New York: Routledge, 2002.



Jane E. Evans     (French)

Tactical Silence in the Novels of Malika Mokeddem.  Book manuscript accepted for publication in September 2008 for the Francopolyphonies Series.  Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2008. 236 pages.  Published in December 2010.
 
“Autobiography as Metaphrasis: Malika Mokeddem’s La Transe des insoumis.”  Submitted to the Life Journal, November 2011.
 
“Le Voyage réel cathartique: Sujets libres, par Clémence Boulouque.”  Accepted for publication in an anthology about women and travel.  Névine El-Nossery and Anna Rocca, eds.  Éditions Universitaires Européennes.  Sarrebruck, Germany. 18 pages.
 
“A Memoir of Passage: Mort d’un silence, by Clémence Boulouque.”  Published in the Women in French Studies Journal Special Issue 2009.  18 pages.
 
“Reinscribing the Body: A Study of Leïla Marouane’s Le Châtiment des hypocrites.” Published in Aimer et mourir: Love, Death, and Women’s Lives in Texts of French Expression.  Eilene Hoft-March and Judith H. Sarnecki, eds.  April 2009.  Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.  24 pages.
 
“Reconfiguring the Self: a Study of Latifa Ben Mansour’s L’Année de l’éclipse through Political, Psychological, and Stylistic Lenses.”  Women in French Studies Journal.   December 2008. 21 pages.
 
“Un écrivain en évolution: entretien avec Fatima Gallaire, avec la participation de Denise  Brahimi.”  Algérie Littérature / Action.  115-116 (2007): 205-218.  Algérie Littérature / Action is published monthly by Editions Marsa in Paris, France.  It is dedicated to promoting critical works about Algerian authors as well as original works by Algerian writers.
 
“Immigrants from the North: Reconsidering the Québecois Settlement in Woonsocket, Rhode Island.”  Conference Proceedings from the Lineae Terrarum Conference, University of Texas at El Paso, March 27-30, 2006.
 
"Images de l'éducation post-coloniale dans trois romans de Malika Mokeddem," the CELAAN Review (of the Centre d'Etudes sur la Littérature et les Arts d'Afrique du Nord.  December, 2002: Article accepted for publication in a future issue because of the "quality of [my] writing and the pertinence of topics treated."
 
“Memory as Performance in Fatima Gallaire’s Molly des sables and Rimm la gazelle.” Special Issue of the Women in French Studies Journal, Women’s Voices: Critical Essays on Francophone Women’s Theatre.  Ed. Cecilia Beach and Jill Johnston. 2014.
 
“Aller loin pour être chez soi : Sujets libres par Clémence Boulouque.” Frictions et devenirs dans les écritures migrantes au féminin: enracinements et renégociations.  Saarbruck: Presses universitaires européens, 2011.
 

Sandra Garabano     (Spanish)

Book

Reescribiendo la nación: la narativa de Ricardo Piglia. Ciudad Juárez, México: Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, 2003.
        

Articles in Refereed Journals

“The Brilliance of Progress: People, Nature and Nation.” Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, 20:4, 2011: 343-354

“Sujeto femenino, bilingüismo y nación en las Memorias de Inés Echeverría Bello.”  Letras femeninas. v. XXXVI, Num. 2, Invierno, 2010: 109-122.

“Una herencia monstruosa: mestizaje y modernización en Chile.” Revista Iberoamericana. Num.  227, 2009: 349-362.

“Roberto Bolaño y la novela del archivo latinoamericano” Dissidences: Hispanic
Journal  of Theory and Criticism. Online. Internet: 15/12/08. (http://www.dissidences/4GarabanoBolano.html)

“Homenaje a Roberto Arlt: crimen, representación y violencia en Plata quemada de Ricardo Piglia.” Hispamérica. Año XXXII, Num. 96, May, 2003: 85-90.

“Pedro Lemebel: políticas de consenso, masculinidad y travestismo.” Chasqui. V.32, Num. 1, May, 2003: 47-55.    

“Genealogía e identidad en la narrativa de Diamela Eltit y Matilde Sánchez”  Chasqui. V. 29, Num. 1, May, 2000: 88-100.     

"Vaca Sagrada de Diamela Eltit: del cuerpo femenino al cuerpo de la historia."  Hispamérica. Año XXV. Num.73, 1996: 121-128.
        
"Textualidad femenina e historicidad en A Paixão segundo G.H. de Clarice Lispector.”  Universitas. Humanística. Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia. January-June 1995: 89-94.


Bruce Louden     (Latin)

Books

Homer’s Odyssey and the Near East.  Cambridge University Press. 2011.

The Iliad: Structure, Myth, and Meaning.  Johns Hopkins University Press. 2006.

The Odyssey: Structure, Narration, and Meaning.  Johns Hopkins University Press. 1999.

    
Works in Special Collections

Nineteen Articles in The Homer Encyclopedia.  Wiley-Blackwell.  2011.

“Hesiod’s Theogony and the Book of Revelation 4 and 12,” forthcoming in the book, Japhet in the Tents of Shem, Philippe Wadjenbaum, Thomas L. Thompson, ed.

“Odysseus in Troy,” forthcoming in the book, Return to Troy: New Essays on the Director’s Cut. Martin Winkler, ed. Eighteen entries in The Homer Encyclopedia.  Wiley-Blackwell.  2011

“The Odyssey and Frank Capra’s It’s a Wonderful Life,” pp. 208-28 in Reading Homer: Film and Text, ed. Myrsiades.  2009.

“The Gods in Epic,” pp. 90-104 in The Blackwell Guide to Ancient Epic, ed. John Foley.  Blackwell 2005.

“Eurybates, Odysseus, and the Duals in Book 9 of the Iliad.” The Colby Quarterly 38: 62-76 (2002). special all-Homer volume.

    
Journal articles

“Samson, Achilles and Heracles,” 2011. 

Bible Study Magazine, July & Aug: 34-35.

“Euripides’ Alcestis and John’s Lazarus (John 11:1-44, 12:108),” 2011.

Interdisciplinary Humanities, 28.1: 21-31.    

“Is There Early Recognition between Penelope and Odysseus?  Book 19 in the Larger Context of the Odyssey,” 2011,  College Literature 38.2: 76-100.

"Retrospective Prophecy and the Vision in Aeneid 6 and the Book of Revelation," 2009, International Journal of the Classical Tradition 16: 1-18.

"Reading through The Alcestis to The Winter's Tale," 2007, Classical and Modern Literature, 27.2.
    
"Bacchylides 17: Theseus and Indo-Iranian Apam Napat," 1999, The Journal of Indo-European Studies, 27: 57-78.

"The Tempest, Plautus, and the Rudens," 1999, Comparative Drama, 33: 199-233.

"Eumaios and Alkinoos: The Audience and the Odyssey," 1997, Phoenix, 51: 95-114.

"Milton and the Appropriation of a Homeric Narrative Technique," 1996,Classical and Modern Literature, 16: 325-40.

"Epeios, Odysseus, and the Indo-European Metaphor for Poet," 1996, The Journal of Indo-European Studies, 24: 277-304.

"A Narrative Technique in Beowulf and Homeric Epic," 1996, Oral Tradition, 11: 346-62.

"Categories of Homeric Wordplay," 1995, Transactions of the American Philological Association, 125: 27-46.

"Pivotal Contrafactuals in Homeric Epic," 1993, Classical Antiquity, 12: 181-98.

"An Extended Narrative Pattern in the Odyssey," 1993, Greek, Roman, and Byzantine, Studies, 34: 5-33.



Kirsten F. Nigro     (Spanish/Translation)
 
EDITED VOLUMES

Un escenario propio. Actas selectas. Vol. 1. With Phyllis Zatlin, Rutgers University. Ottawa: Girol Paress. 1998. 118 pp

Lecturas desde afuera: ensayos sobre la obra de Vicente Lenero. Mexico, D.F: UNAM/ Ediciones el Milagro). 1997. Introduction, two essays.

Essays in Honor of Frank Dauster. Newark, Delaware: Juan de la Cuesta Press, 1995. With Sandra Cypess, U of Maryland.

Materialien zum mexicanischen Theatre, with Heidrum Adler. Berlin: Editorial dia, 1994

Palabras mas que comunes: ensayos sobre el teatro de Jose Triana. Boulder: Society for the study of Spainish and Spanish American Studies (Univ. of Colorado), 1994

“Modern Mexican Theatre.” Special issue of the Latin American Theatre Review. Invited Guest Editor, Spring 1985

Books edited for and published in Taft Memorial Fund and University of Cincinnati Studies in Latin American, Chicano and US Latino Theatre

1994    Schmidhuber, Guillermo. EL teatro mexicano en cierne

1995    Thomas, Charles Philip. The Theatre of Marco Antonio de la Parra. Translations and Commentary

1996    Barbara Younoszai and Rossi Irausquin-Johnson. With a forward by Isaac Chocron. Three Plays by Isaac Chocron

1996    Carlos Morton. The Fickle Finger of Fate and Other Mexican Plays in Translation


PARTS OF BOOKS

“Apaches, El deseo y Mujeres que beben vodka: una lectura personal de tres novedades rasconbandianas.” In El teatro de Rascon Banda: voces en el umbral, eds. Jacqueline E. Bixler and Stuart A. Day. Mexico City: Escenología, 2005. Pp. 137-46.

“José Triana.” In Dictionary of Literary Biography. Latin American Dramatists, Vol, 305, ed. Adam Versenyi. Farmington Hills, MI: Bruccoli Clark Layman Book, Thomson Gale, 2005. Pp. 330-340.

“Dolores Prida.” In Latino and Latina Writers, Vol. 2, ed. Alan West-Durán. Farmington Hills, MI: The Scribner's Writers Series, Thomson Gale, 2004. Pp. 737-746.

“Luis Valdez.” In Latino and Latina Writers, Vol. 1, ed. Alan West-Durán. Farmington Hills, MI: The Scribner's Writers Series, Thomson Gale, 2004. Pp. 491-503.

“El viaje de los cantores: un viaje trágico a un paraíso falso.” In Teatro mexicano hoy, eds. Heidrun Adler and Jaime Chalbaud. Frankfurt/Madrid: Vervuert Iberoamericana, 2004. 187-192.

“Generaciones de mujeres, generaciones de dramaturgas.” In Teatro mexicano hoy, eds. Heidrun Adler and Jaime Chalbaud. Frankfurt/Madrid: Vervuert Iberoamericana, 2004. 111-124.

“Hacienda historia, hacienda teatro: La noche de Hernán Cortés.” In Teatro mexicano hoy, eds. Heidrun Adler and Jaime Chalbaud. Frankfurt/Madrid: Vervuert Iberoamericana, 2004. 57-64.

Numerous entries, Oxford University Dictionary of World Theater and Performance.
Oxford: Oxford UP, 2002.

“Getting The Word Out: Issues in the Translation of Latin American Theatre for U.S. Audiences.” Moving Target. Theatre

Translation and Cultural Relocation. Ed. Carole-Anne Upton. London: St. Jerome
Publishing, 2000. 115-26.

Teatro mexicano hoy, eds. Heidrun Adler and Jaime Chalbaud. Frankfurt/Madrid: Vervuert Iberoamericana, 2004.

“Inventions and Transgressions: A Fractured Narrative on Feminist Theatre in Mexico.”
Excerpt rpt. in Routledge Reader in Gender and Performance, eds Jane de Gay and Lizbeth Goodman. London: Routledge, 1998. 207-213.

“Women, Theatre and Society: Examples from Mexico.” Special issue on Latin American theatre, Bucknell Review Press, 1997.

“Los años 60: Vicente Leñero y el escenario flexible.” In Teatro Latinoamericano de los sesenta. Ed. Osvaldo Pelletieri. Buenos Aires: Editorial   Corregidor, 1995. 305-317.

“¿Qué ha pasado aqui? Nadie sabe nada de Vicente Leñero.” In Essays in Honor of Frank Dauster. 207-16.

“Inventions and Transgressions: A Fractured Narrative on Feminist Theatre in Mexico.”
In Negotiating Performance: Gender, Sexuality and Theatricality in Latin/O America. Eds. Diana Taylor and Juan Villegas. Durham: Duke UP, 1994. 137-158.

“Rewriting the Canon of Modern Mexican Theatre.” In Mexican Literature: A History,
ed. David William Foster. Austin: U of Texas P, 1994. 213-242.

“A Birdseye View of Modern Mexican Theatre.” ('Das zeitgenissche Theatre in Mexico”). In Materialien zum mexikanischen Theatre. 8-40.

“Die Reise der Sanger von Hugo Salcedo. Eine schicksalfte Resie ins falsche Paradies.” In Materialien zum mexicanischen Theatre. 98-105

“Orden y limpieza, otra vez: Palabras communes de Jose Triana.” In Palabras mas que    comunes. Ensayos sobre el teatro de Jose Triana, 65-73

“Problemas en la investigación del teatro latinoamericano.” In German translation. In Das moderne Theatre Lateinamerikas, Wilfried Floeck and Karl Kohut, eds. Frankfurt: Vervuert Verlag, 1993. 55-65.

“Para narrar la narrativa del teatro feminista-el paradigma mexicano.” Teatro y teatristas. Estudios sobre teatro iberoamericano y argentino. Osvaldo Pellettieri, ed. Buenos (Universidad de Buenos Aires), 1992. 235-248.

Five entries on Latin American theatre, plays and playwrights. International Directory of Theatre. London: St. Martin's Press, 1991.

“Sexualidad y género: la mujer como signo en el teatro latinoamericano.” In Semiótica y teatro latinoamericano. Fernando de Toro, ed. Buenos Aires: Editorial Galerna, 1991. 257-266.

“Griselda Gambado vista desde lejos: primeros textos y contextos culturales.” In Teatro argentino de los '60 : Polémica, continuidad, ruptura. Osvaldo Pellettieri, ed. Buenos Aires: Editorial Corregidor, 1990. 169-181.

“Griselda Gambado y el discurso femenino.” In Essays on the Theatre of José Triana and Griselda Gambado.Diana Taylor Taylor, ed. Ottawa, Canada: Girol Press, 1989. 64-71

“Esta noche juntos, amándonos tanto de Maruja Vilalta.” In Actas del VI Congreso Internacional de Hispanistas, Evelyn Rugg and Rafael Lapesa, eds.

“From Criollismo to the Grotesque: Approaches to José Donoso.” In Tradition and Renewal , Merlin Forster, ed. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1975. 208-32.

ARTICLES

“Dangerous Spaces, Dangerous Liaisons: Performance Arts on the U.S./Mexico Border,” Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature (Special volume on performance in the Americas, ed. by Deborah Castillo, Cornell University). Summer, 2008.

“Is That Really True? History and Theatre in (Some) Brazilian and Mexican Plays.” Chasqui. Revista de literatura Latinoamericana. Special issue No.1    (“From Excessive Friendships to Cannibalism Revisited: Brazilian and Spanish American Literary and Cultural Encounters,” ed. Lucia Helena Costigan): 90-96, 2004.

“Mujeres escribiendo (en) la frontera.”  Revista de teatro,” Puebla, Mexico. Spring, 2003.

“Sabina Berman and Her Theatre.” Theatre Forum 14 (1999): 88-90

“Filling the Empty Space: Women and Latin American Theatre.” Special issue on Latin American women writers. Studies in 20th Century Literature. 20.1 (Winter 1996): 251-270.

 “Mujeres fuertes: la poesia de Pat Mora.” Cuadernos americanos (Nueva epoca) (Mexico City) 10.55 (Jan-Feb 1966): 118-130. Special issue on Chicano literature. Spring 1996.141-51.

Special issue on “The Configuration of  Feminist Criticism and Theortical Practices in Hispanic Literary Studies.”

“Un revuelto de la historia, la memoria y el genero: expresiones de la posmodernidad sobre las tablas mexicanas.” Gestos. Teoria y practica del teatro hispano 9.17 (April 1994) 20-41. Special issue on Hispanic Theatre and Postmodernism.

“Textualidad, historia y sujetividad: género y género.” Latin American Theatre Review (Spring 1993) 17-24.

 “Breaking [It] Up is [Not] Hard to do: Writing Histories and Women Theatre Artists in Latin America.” Gestos. Teoria y practica del teatro hispano 7.14 (November 1992) 127-39.

“History Grand and History Small in Recent Venezuelan Theatre: Rial's Bolivar and Cabrujuas' Acto cultural.” Theatre Annual Univ. Of Akron (1989-1990) 37-46.

“De la novela a las tablas: Vicente Lenero y el arte de la adaptación teatral.” Alba de America 7 (July 1989) 233-43.

“Pop Culture and Image Making in Two Latin American Plays.” Latin American Literary Review (Univ. of Pittsburg) 17 (January- June 1989) 81-90.

“Gringos on the Latin American Stage.” Ideas 92 (Univ. of Miami) 1 (Spring 1988): 81-90.

“Light and Darkness in Usigli's Corona de Sombra.” Chasqui. Revista de literatura latinoamericana (BYU) 17 (November 1988) 81-90.

“La mudanza de La mudanza de Vicente Leñero.” Revista canadiense de estudios hispánicos (Univ. of Toronto) 12 (Fall 1987) 57-69.

“History and Rhetoric in Three Mexican Plays.” Latin American Theatre Review 21 (Fall 1987) 65-73.

“On Reading and Responding to (Latin American) Plays.” Gestos (UC/Irvine) 4 (November 1987) 65-73.

“Maruxa Vilalta.” Supplements to the critical Surveys of Literature, Frank N. Magill,ed. Pasadena: Salem Press, 1987. 373-79

“Forward'” “Entrevista Vicente Leñero,” “Entrevista a Luisa Josefina Hernández,” and “Postscript.” Latin American Theatre Review 18 (Spring 1985) 5-15; 79-82; 102-104;121-126.

“Entrevista a Vicente Leñero,” reprinted in Teatro documental. Vicente Leñero. Mexico City: Editores Mexicanos Unidos, 1985.153-54.

“From Criollismo to the Grostesque:Approaches to Jose Donoso.” Exceprted in Contemporary Literary Criticism, vol.32. Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1985. 153-54.

“Stage and Audience: Jorge Diaz's El lugar donde mueren los mamiferos and Topografia de un desnudo”.Estreno (Univ. of Cincinnati) 9 (Fall 1983) 121-127.

“Apuntes para la lectura de un texto dramático.” La Palabra y el Hombre (Univ. of Veracruz, Mexico) 38-38 (Fall 1981) 121-127.

“A Triple Insurgence: Isaac Chocrón's La revolución.” Rocky Mountain Review (Rocky Mountain MLA) 35 (Spring 1981): 47-53.

“Rosario Castellanos' Debunking of the Eternal Feminine.” Journal of Spanish Studies: Twenthieth Century (Univ. of Nebraska) 8 (Spring 1980) 89-102.

“La fiesta del mulato de Luisa Josefina Hernández.” Latin American Theatre Review 13 (Summer 1980) 81-86.

“The 1977-1978 Madrid Theatre Season: State of the Art.” The American Hispanist  4 (September 1978) 2-3,23.

“La noche de los asesinos: Playscript and Stage Enactment.” Latin American Theatre Review 11 (Fall 1977) 45-57.

“José Donoso: Bibliography.” (With John Hassett and Charles Tatum). Chasqui (BYU) 8 (November 1972) 15-20.


TRANSLATIONS

“A View to the Bay,” translation of Maruxa Vilalta's “Con vista a la bahía.” 2010.  Unpublished.

Julio in August, translation of Carmina Narro's Julio en agosto.” Performed off-off-Broadway, Fall 2006.

EXTRAS, with Sabrina Berman and Cherrie Moraga. “Chicano” translation/adaptation of EXTRAS, Mexican adaptation of “Stones in his Pockets.”

Moliere, filmscript by Sabina Berman, for Alfonso Cuaron productions. 2005

Happy New Century, Doktor Freud, translation of Sabina Berman's Feliz Siglo Nuevo, Doktor Freud. Workshopped with Lark Theatre, New York City. Reading, Spring 2001. Additional readings in Philadelphia and Tucson, Arizona.

The Crack, translation of Sabina Berman's La Grieta. Full production, Mainstage Theatre Season, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington, April 1999.

It is Necessary to Understand a Little, translation of Griselda Gambaro's Es necesario entendre un poco. Professional staged reading. Montreal, Canada.

A Woman, Two Men and a Gunshot, translation of Maruxa Vilalta's Una Mujer, dos hombres y un balazo, in Women Writing Women. An Anthology of Spanish-American Theatre of the 1980s. Teresa Cajiao and Margarita Vargas, eds. Albany: SUNY Press,1997.337-441.

“Sudden Death.” (Muerte súbita) by Sabina Berman (Mexico). Staged reading, Festival of the Americas, Albuquerque, New Mexico, July 1996. Full Production, Albuquerquee, January,1997. Latin American Theatre Today, Festival, University of Kansas, Spring 1997.

The Raft of The Medusa (La balsa de la medusa), by Egon Wolff (Chile). Modern International Drama (SUNY/ Binghamton) 24.1 (Fall 1990) 29-70.

A Little Tale of Horror (and Unbriddled Love (Pequena historia de horror (y de amor desenfrenado), by Maruxa Vilalta. Modern International Drama 19 (Spring 1986) 25-60.

Review Essays
“Vicente Lenero. The Author as Critic, by Danny Anderson.” Siglo XX/20th Century, Fall,1993.

“Aztlan. Essays on the Chicano Homeland. Eds. Rudolfo A. Anaya and Francisco A. Lomeli.” Bilingual Review (Arizona State University) (January-April 1993) 75-78.

“Contexualizing History and Histories of Hispanic Theatre: A Contexual Reading of Juan Villegas's Ideologia y discurso critico sobre el teatro de Espana y America Latina.” Revista de Estudios Hispanicos (Vassar College) (Fall 1990) 107-1

“Recent Works on Latin American Theatre.” Latin American Research Review (Univ. of New Mexico) 19 (1984) 275-80.


Reviews  (Over 30)

Most Recent:

Misemer, Sarah H. Secular Saints. Performing Frida Kahlo, Carlos Gardel, Eva Perón and Selena. New York: Tamesis. Latin American Theatre Review, 2010.

Magnarelli, Sharon. Home is Where the (He)art Is. The Family Romance in Late Twentieth-Century Mexican and Argentine Theatre. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2008. Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, 2010.



Nicholas Sobin     (Linguistics)

Forth-  “TH/EX, Agreement, & Case in Expletive Sentences,” Syntax.
coming

2011    Syntactic Analysis: The basics.  Blackwell: Oxford.

2010    “Echo Questions in MP,” Linguistic Inquiry 41, 131-148.

2009    “Echo  Questions and Split CP,”   Dislocated Elements in Discourse:  Syntactic, Semantic,
             and Pragmatic Perspectives. Benjamin Shaer, Philippa Cook, Werner Frey,  and Claudia
             Maienborn,eds., Routledge,  New York. 95-113

2009    “Prestige Case Forms and the Comp-trace Effect,” Syntax 12, 32-59.

2008    “Do so and VP,” Linguistic Inquiry  39,147-160.

2004    “Expletive Constructions Are Not LRC Movement Constructions.” Linguistic Inquiry 35,
            503-508.
    
2004    “The Relative Roles of Theory and Acquisition Studies.” Journal     of Child Language 31,
             505-507.

2003    “Negative Inversion as Non-movement.” Syntax 6, 183-212.

2003    “On the Role of Prescriptive Grammar.” Syntax in the Schools 19, 1-4.

2002    “The Comp-trace Effect, the Adverb Effect, and Minimal CP,” Journal of Linguistics 38,
            527-560.

2002    “Determiners in Genitive Constructions,”  Lingua 112, 597-618.

2000    “Minimal CP and the Adverb Effect,” Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 25, J.
            Kyle & S. Stowers, eds., Linguistics Graduate Student Association, University of Kansas,
            Lawrence, 15-38.

2000    with Howard Lasnik, "The Who/whom Puzzle: On the preservation of an archaic feature,"  
            Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 18, 343-371.

1999    “Prestige English is not a Natural Language,” Language Alive in the Classroom, R. S.
            Wheeler, ed., Praeger, Westport, CT, 23-36.

1997    “Agreement, Default Rules, and Grammatical Viruses,” Linguistic Inquiry 28, 318-343.

1996    Review of Alison Henry (1995), Belfast English and Standard English, Language 72,
            630-633.
1994    “An Acceptable Ungrammatical Construction,” The Reality of Linguistic Rules, R.
            Corrigan, G.K. Iverson, and S. Lima, eds., John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 51-65.

1994    “Why We Should Reconsider Teaching Grammar: A  response to the romantic position,”
            Language Quarterly 32(1-2), 51-74.

1991    “Agreement in CP,” Lingua 84, 43-54.

1991    “An AI Approach to Teaching Linguistics,” Innovations in Linguistic
            Education 5.2, 21-34.

1990    “On the Syntax of English Echo Questions,” Lingua 81, 141-167.

1989    “Echo Question Formation in English,” Proceedings of the 19th Western
            Conference on Linguistics, F.H. Brengelman, V. Samiian, and W. Wilkins, eds.,
            Dept. of Linguistics, California State University, Fresno, 310-317.

1987    “The Variable Status of COMP-Trace Phenomena,” Natural Language
            and Linguistic Theory 5(1), 33-60.

1987-    “On the Study of Bilingual Acquisition,”  a review of A Fantini, Language Acquisition of 
1988      a Bilingual Child (1985), The Bilingual Review/La Revista Bilingue, 14(3), 79-83.
  

1985    “Case Assignment in Ukrainian Morphological Passive Constructions,”
            Linguistic Inquiry 16(4), 649-662.

1984    “On Code-Switching Inside NP,” Applied Psycholinguistics, 5, 293-303.

1983    “Gapping as Evidence of Distinct L2 Acquisition,” Spanish in the U.S.
            Setting, L. Elias-Olivares, ed., National Clearinghouse for Bilingual
            Education, Washington, D.C., 37-50.

1982    “On Gapping and Discontinuous Constituent Structure,” Linguistics 20,
            727-745.

1982    “Texas Spanish and Lexical Borrowing,” Spanish in the United States,
            J. Amastae and E. Elias-Olivares, eds., Cambridge University Press,
           Cambridge, 166-181 (republication of 1976 article).

1981    “On Adv/PP-First Reductions,” Linguistic Inquiry  12(3), 488-491.

1980    “On Deletion Rules and Transference,” Speaking, Singing and Teaching: a Multi-
           Disciplinary Approach to Language Variation, F. Barkin and E. Brandt, eds., Arizona State
           University Press, Tempe, 409-419.

1980    “On Transference and Inversion,” Festschrift for Jacob Ornstein, E. Blansitt and R.
           Teschner, eds., Newbury House, Rowley,  Mass., 265-273.

1980    “On the Subject of Gapped Sentences,” Papers in Linguistics, 13(1), 101-115.

1978    “On Echo Questions in English,” Papers from the  1977 Mid-America
            Linguistics Conference, D. Lance and D. Gulstad, eds., University of
            Missouri-Columbia, 247-259.

1978    “On Complex Sentence Constructions,” Bilingual and Biliterate
            Perspectives, A. G. Lozano, ed., University of Colorado, Boulder, 112-121

1977    “On the Study of Syntax and Bilingualism,” Southwest Areal Linguistics
            Then and Now:    Proceedings of the Fifth Southwest  Areal Language and
             Linguistics Workshop , B. Hoffer and B. L. Dubois, eds., Trinity University
             Press, San Antonio, Texas, 247-263.

1977    “Notes on the Acquisition of Interrogative-Word Questions,” ERIC ED 144 377.

1977    with J. Amastae, Describing Languages, Pan American University PrintShop, Edinburg,
            Texas.

1976    “Pragmatics of Lurking,” Linguistic Inquiry 7(4), 726-728.

1976    “Texas Spanish and Lexical Borrowing,” Papers in Linguistics 9(1-2), 15-47.

1973    with M. Loflin and J. L. Dillard, “Auxiliary Structures and Time Adverbs in
            Black American English,”American Speech 48(1-2), 22-28.

1971    with M. Garcia-Zamor, “On the Inadequacy of Some Recent Syntactic
            Proposals,” Papers in Linguistics 4(3), 559-575.
A Sample of Faculty Publications

Below is only a partial list by faculty member of publications of the Department of Languages & Linguistics.  The format in each case is that preferred in the discipline of the faculty member.  This list is intended to offer a sampling of the volume of significant research produced by the Faculty of the Department of Languages & Linguistics.  For further information on publications, presentations, etc., consult individual faculty pages.