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					Joyce Tolliver joycet@uiuc.edu Selected Publications Books Disciplines on the Line: Feminist Research on Spanish, Latin American, and U.S. Latina Women. Co-edited with Anne J. Cruz and Rosilie Hernández-Pecoraro. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2003. A collection of essays representing interdisciplinary feminist scholarship. Contributors include Mary Louise Pratt, Deborah Castillo, Frances Aparicio, Alejandro Lugo, Carmen Ramos Escandón, and other scholars from various disciplines. Cigar Smoke and Violet-Water: Gendered Discourse in the Stories of Emilia Pardo Bazán. Lewisburg PA: Bucknell UP, 1998. In her essays, Pardo Bazán defended a model of literary production and criticism that rested on an androgynous ideal. But a close reading of her own literary texts reveals that gender played a crucial role, not only thematically, but also linguistically. “El encaje roto” y otros cuentos de Emilia Pardo Bazán. New York: Modern Language Association Texts and Translations Series, 1996. A selection, from a corpus of nearly 600 stories, of Pardo Bazán’s stories in which gender issues play a key thematic role. Includes a critical introduction, bibliographies, and notes for each story.

“Torn Lace” and Other Stories by Emilia Pardo Bazán. Trans. María Cristina Urruela. New York: Modern Language Association Texts and Translations Series, 1996. The companion volume, translated to English by María Cristina Urruela, of the above. Selected recent and forthcoming articles Critical Introduction to Don Alvaro, or the Force of Fate. Trans. by Robert Fedorchek of Don Alvaro o la fuerza del sino by Angel Saavedra, Duque de Rivas. Catholic University of America Press, 2005. “‘Mi excelsa compañera Tula’: Género, historia, y crítica literaria en los ensayos de Emilia Pardo Bazán.” El feminismo reinvindicado: 1450-hoy. Ed. Lisa Vollendorf. Barcelona: Icaria, forthcoming 2005. (revision and translation of 2001 article.) “The Geography of Time: Martín Gaite’s Irse de casa.” Disciplines on the Line: Feminist Research on Spanish, Latin American, and U.S. Latina Women. Ed. Anne J. Cruz, Rosilie Hernández-Pecoraro, and Joyce Tolliver. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2003. “La voz anti-feminista y la amenaza ‘andrógina’ en el fin de siglo.” Sexualidad y escritura (1850-2000). Ed. Barbara Zecchi and Raquel Medina. Barcelona: Anthropos, 2002. 105-19. “Rosalía Between Two Shores: Gender, Rewriting, and Translation.” Hispania 85.1 (2002): 33-43. “‘My Distinguished Friend and Colleague Tula’: Emilia Pardo Bazán and Literary-Feminist Politics.” Recovering Spain’s Feminist Tradition. Ed. Lisa Vollendorf. New York: MLA, 2001. 217-40.

COURSES REGULARLY TAUGHT Undergraduate: 1. “Latin-American, Latina, and Spanish Women’s Words in English.” Taught in English. Often offered as a Discovery course. 2. “Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Literature, II.” Introduction to critical analysis of literatures from both Spanish America and Spain, from the eighteenth century to the present. 3. “Spanish Literature II: Major Works and Writers.” Literature from Spain, from the eighteenth century to the present. We typically read entire works, including several novels, in this course. Focus varies. Graduate: 1. “Nineteenth-Century Spanish Literature and Culture” 2. “Spanish Literature and Culture from 1898-1936” I typically try to include both works that appear on the MA reading list and non-canonical works in these courses. The theoretical lens through which the works are read varies. 3. Seminars: Some recent graduate seminar topics: “Gender Trouble in Fin de Siglo Spain” “Professional Writing for Scholars of Hispanic Literatures and Cultures” “Sex and the Body in Nineteenth-Century Spanish Literature.”

ADMINISTRATIVE WORK and RECENT UNIVERSITY AND CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT Director of Graduate Studies, 2001-2004 Graduate College Outstanding Mentor Award, 2000 Director of Spanish Undergraduate Honors Program, 19922001 University Senates Conference, 2005 (University-wide) Union of Professional Employees Executive Committee, 2004Graduate College Fellowship Board, 2000-2004 LAS Teaching Academy faculty mentor program, 2000present Zero-time appointment in Gender & Women’s Studies


				
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