Curriculum vitae
arlauer@ou.edu
 
 
Prof. A. Robert Lauer
The University of Oklahoma 
Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and  Linguistics 
780 Van Vleet Oval, Room 206, Kaufman Hall 
Norman, Oklahoma 73019 /USA 
Tel.: 405/325-6181 (office); FAX: 405/325-0103 (office)

INDEX:

 
 
TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS:
  • Renaissance and Baroque Literature of Early Modern Spain (theater, novel, poetry).
  • Textual Criticism.
  • Film Studies.
  • Literary Criticism.
  • Contemporary Latin American narrative. 
 
PERSONAL:

Place of birth: Monterrey, NL, Mexico (Hispanic descent)
Citizenship: US (Passport Number: ) 
Social Security Number: 

 
EDUCATION:

1975-1983: PhD in Romance Languages, University of Michigan: 
                           Dissertation: "The Killing of the Tyrannical King in the Spanish Theater of the Golden Age
                           (1582-1671)."  Director: Frank P. Casa.  (The dissertation undertakes a historical and analytical study 
                          of  the theme of tyrannicide in the theater of the Spanish Golden Age) 
                           Major: Romance Languages and Literatures: Spanish Literature: 17th-eentury Literature: drama. 
                           Secondary Romance Language: Portuguese. 
                           Cognate field: Luso-Brazilian Literature. 
                           Research Language: German. 



1972-1974: AM in Romance Languages, University of Michigan. 
                           Major: Spanish Literature (general Spanish and Latin American Literatures) 
                           Cognate field: Romance Linguistics. 
                           Secondary Romance Language: French 


1968-1972: BA in Spanish, Ohio State University. 
                           Majors:  Spanish Literature (general), History (Latin America). 
                           Minors:  Philosophy, Anthropology (cultural) 
          Honor thesis: "The Influence of Father Suárez in World Politics." 
                           Advisor Aristóbulo Pardo. (The thesis deals with the influence of Franciso Suárez, S. J., in the development of International Law)
 
WORK EXPERIENCE:
  • 1 Oct. 2015-31 March 2016: Professor, reader, and commentator for El Colegio de Michoacán, A. C., Zamora, Mich., Mexico.
  • May-July 2013: Gastwissenschaftler. Spanish-Portugiesich-Lateinamerikanische Abteiling. Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster.  Münster, Germany.
  • 2000--now:  Professor (tenured), The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK.
  • 1994-2000:  Associate Professor (tenured), The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK. 
  • 1989-1994:  Associate Professor (tenured), The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, WI.
  • 1984-1989:  Assistant Professor, The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, WI (tenure track). 
  • 1983-1984:  Assistant Professor, Denison University, Granville, OH (non-tenure track). 
 
PUBLICATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:


Books
Articles
Reviews
Prologues
CAI
Films
Papers
Lectures
Panels
Presentations

BOOKS:
 

  • 1.  Published Books, Monographs, Special Issues, Editions, and Festschriften:
    1. Ruta, Maria Caterina and A. Robert Lauer, eds. Un paseo entre los centenarios cervantinos. A special Cervantes monograph. Cuadernos AISPI [Associazione Ispanisti Italiani]: Estudios de lenguas y literaturas ibéricas 5 (2015).  244 pp. Online (July, 2015).
    2. Lauer, A. Robert, ed.. El tesoro escondido.  By Pedro Calderón de la Barca.  A critical edition.  Pamplona and Kassel: Universidad de Navarra and Edition Reichenberger, 2012. Autos sacramentales completos de Calderón, edición crítica 75; Teatro del Siglo de Oro, ediciones críticas 182. 230 pp. ISBN: 978-3-937734-95-8.
    3. Lauer, A. Robert and Sonya S. Gupta, eds.  Cervantes and His Legacy in Contemporary Fiction. A special double issue of the Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages Bulletin [New Series] 15.2 (Dec. 2005) and 16.1 (June 2006): 1-174 pp..  Hyderabad, India.  ISSN: 0970-8340. 
    4. Lauer, A. Robert and Kurt Reichenberger, eds. Cervantes y su mundo III.  Estudios de Literatura 92.  Kassel: Edition Reichenberger, 2005.  582 pp.
    5. Lauer, A. Robert, ed.  The Restoration of Monarchy: "Hados y lados hacen dichosos y desdichados." Edition, Notes, and Introduction by A. Robert Lauer.  Teatro del Siglo de Oro.  Ediciones Críticas 72.  Kassel, Germany: Edition Reichenberger, 1997.  265 pp. 
    6. Lauer, A. Robert and Henry W. Sullivan, eds. Hispanic Essays in Honor of Frank P. Casa.  Ibérica 20.  New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 1997.  Reprinted in 1999.  484 pp.
    7. Lauer, A. Robert.  Tyrannicide and Drama.  Part I.  The Tradition of Tyrannicide from Polybius to Suárez.  Part II.  The Tyrannicide Drama in Spain from 1579 to 1698.  Archivum Calderonianum 4.  Stuttgart, Germany: Franz Steiner Verlag 1987.  182 pp. 
    2.  Books in Press:
    3.  Books (Monographs, Special Issues) in Progress
    1. Hispania Felix: Revista Hispano-Rumana de Cultura y Civilización de los Siglos de Oro 2016 (Spring, 2017). ISSN-e 2171-2158.

    ARTICLES:

    1.  Articles in Press

    1. "Los sebastianes. Instituto de Estudios Auriseculares (IDEA).
    2. "Claudia Jerónima y los límites del marco narrativo cervantino en la Segunda Parte de Don Quijote." eHumanista.
    3. "Revaloración del concepto del honor en el teatro español del Siglo de Oro." Hipogrifo. Revista de literatura y cultura del Siglo de Oro.
    4. "La mirada del rey en el teatro áureo de Luis Vélez de Guevara y la tradición del speculum principum." La mirada sobre/del Otro en la literatura hispánica. Ed. Robert Folger and José Elías Gutiérrez Meza. Münster, Westfalen: LIT Verlag.
    5. "Los parlamentos de las damas en las tragedias de honor calderonianas." UNAM.
    6. "La exuberancia retórica de los parlamentos calderonianos en las comedias palaciegas." Figuras del bien y del mal. La construcción cultural de la masculinidad y de la feminidad en el teatro calderoniano: XVII Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón Münster (Alemania), 16-19 de julio de 2014. Ed. Manfred Tietz and Gero Arnscheidt, with the collaboration of Christoph Strosetzki. Vigo: Academia del Hispanismo. Archivum Calderonianum 14.
    7. "La segunda parte de 'El coloquio de los perros' (1635) de Ginés Carrillo Cerón y su relación con 'El coloquio de los perros' de Miguel de Cervantes: proceso y síntesis de un marco narrativo cervantino." Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America 36.2 (2016).
    8. «Florilegio de mini-reseñas (2007-2016) de A. Robert Lauer catalogadas cronológicamente según aparecieron en el Coloquio Teatro de los Siglos de Oro: Teatro-L@lists.ou.edu». Bulletin of the Comediantes.
    9. «Claudia la energúmena». Grupo Destiempos
    10. «Los Sucesos de don fray García Guerra, la Oración fúnebre y la retórica luctuosa de Mateo Alemán». E-Humanista/IVITTRA.

    11.  
    2.  Work in Progress:
    1. "Los Sucesos de don fray García Guerra y la retórica fúnebre de Mateo Alemán. E-Humanista/IVITTRA.

    2.  
    3.  Published Articles:
    1. "La firmeza en el ausencia de Leonor de la Rúa Cueva y Silva: De profeminismo a speculum principum." Bulletin of the Comediantes 68.1 (2016): 85-101. 
    2. "Vicisitudes morales de una madre de mancebía." eHumanista: Journal of Iberian Studies 32 (2016): 552-58. 
    3. "El coloquio de los perros: síntesis cervantina de una frecuentación literaria." Las novelas ejemplares: texto y contexto (1613-2013). Ed. Aurelio González and Nieves Rodríguez Valle. Mexico City: El Colegio de México, Centro de Estudios Lingüísticos y Literarios (Cátedra Jaime Torres Bodet), 2015. 325-40.
    4. "Las funciones dramáticas en la Numancia, epidrama de Cervantes." Alarconiana: Estudios sobre la obra de Juan Ruiz de Alarcón. Ed. Ysla Campbell. Ciudad Juárez, Chih., Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, 2015. 139-55.
    5. "La Numancia de Cervantes y la creación de una conciencia fundacional nacional." Comentarios a Cervantes: Actas selectas del VIII Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Cervantistas. Oviedo, 11-15 de junio de 2012. Ed. Emilio Martínez Mata and María Fernández Ferreiro. Gijón, Asturias: Gráficas Apel, 2014. 986-96. Publication. Asociación de Cervantistas and Fundación María Cristina Masaveu Peterson, Investigación & Mecenazgo. 
    6. "Actos verbales de disputa y violencia en el auto sacramental calderoniano El tesoro escondido." La violencia en el teatro de Calderón: XVI Coloquio Anglogermano sobre  Calderón Utrecht y Amsterdam, 16-22 de julio de 2011. Ed. Manfred Tietz and Gero Arnscheidt, with the collaboration of Robert Folger, Yolanda Rodríguez Pérez, and Antonio Sánchez Jiménez. Vigo: Academia del Hispanismo, 2014. 333-344. Publication. Archivum Calderonianum 13.
    7. "Honor/Honra Revisited." A Companion to Early Modern Hispanic Theater. Ed. Hilaire Kallendorf. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, 2014. 77-90. Publication. The Renaissance Society of America. Texts and Studies Series 2. 
    8. "Aspectos retóricos en el auto sacramental de El tesoro escondido de Calderón."  Anuario calderoniano 5 (2012): 197-214.
    9. "Altisidora y 'la ley de la madre': una lectura lacaniana del Quijote." Visiones y revisiones cervantinas. Actas selectas del VII Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Cervantistas.  Ed. Christoph Strosetzki.  Alcalá de Henares: Centro de Estudios Cervantinos, 2011. 433-41. Publication, CD, and Online.
    10. "The Santa Fe Opera's Life Is a Dream." Bulletin of the Comediantes 63.2 (2011): 155-160.
    11. "El teatro barroco de Juan de Zabaleta, continuador de Calderón." Calderón y su escuela: variaciones e innovación de un modelo teatral. XV Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón, Wroclaw, 14-18 de julio de 2008. Ed. Manfred Tietz and Gero Arnscheidt. With the collaboration of Beata Baczynska. Stuttgart, Germany: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2011. 309-27. Archivum Calderonianum 12.
    12. Briesemeister, Dietrich, A. Robert Lauer, Alan K. G. Paterson, Maria Grazia Profeti, Florian L. Smieja, Manfred Tietz. "De Exeter a Wroclaw, 40 años de Coloquios calderonianos. Mesa Redonda." Calderón y su escuela: variaciones e innovación de un modelo teatral. XV Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón, Wroclaw, 14-18 de julio de 2008. Ed. Manfred Tietz and Gero Arnscheidt. With the collaboration of Beata Baczynska. Stuttgart, Germany: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2011. 523-30. Archivum Calderonianum 12.
    13. "El ritmo poético del endecasílabo en los sonetos originales de Luis de Góngora." La cultura del barroco español e iberoamericano y su contexto europeo. Ed. Kazimierz Sabik and Karolina Kumor. Warsaw, Pol.: Instytut Studiów Iberyjskich i Iberoamerykanskich Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2010.  215-19. 
    14. "La figura retórica de reiteración en Troya abrasada de Juan de Zabaleta y Pedro Calderón de la Barca." Alarconiana: Primer Coloquio Internacional Juan Ruiz de Alarcón.  Actas selectas. Ed. Ysla Campbell and Luis Carlos Salazar.  Ciudad Juárez, Chih., Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, 2011.  185-94. 
    15. "El concepto del honor en el teatro de Juan de Zabaleta." Cuatro triunfos áureos y otros dramaturgos del Siglo de Oro. Ed. Aurelio González, Serafín González, and Lillian von der Walde Moheno.  Mexico City: El Colegio de México, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro, 2010.  345-59.
    16. "'La sangre me bebiera': La sangre humana como bebida en el teatro áureo español." Aguas santas de la creación. Congreso internacional bebida y literatura. Ed. Sara Poot-Herrera. Mérida (Yucatán), México: Dirección de Cultura del Ayuntamiento de Mérida, UC-Mexicanistas (Intercampus Research Program), 2010.  Vol. 1: 201-13. 
    17. Bates, Stephanie and A. Robert Lauer. "'Performativity' del género de Leonor/Leonardo y la creación de 'Gender Trouble' en Valor, agravio y mujer de Ana Caro." Anagnórisis 1 (2010): 31-55.
    18. "La narrativa moral de Juan de Zabaleta en la Vida del conde de Matisio." En buena compañía: Estudios en honor de Luciano García Lorenzo. Ed. Joaquín Álvarez Barrientos, Óscar Cornago Bernal, Abraham Madroñal Durán, and Carmen Menéndez-Onrubia. Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 2009. 397-404. 
    19. "Representación de la mujer en el teatro barroco de Juan de Zabaleta." Coloquio Internacional Teatro Barroco: Entre ayer y hoy. 16, 17 y 18 abril 2008. La Paz-Bolivia. Ed. Michela Pentimalli, Norma Campos, Maritza Wilde, and Raquel Montenegro.  La Paz, Bolivia: Espacio I. Patiño, 2009. 109-22.
    20. "La espantosa y maravillosa vida de Roberto el Diablo y sus transmutaciones literarias hispánicas." Monstruos y prodigios en la literatura hispánica. Ed. Mariela Insúa and Lygia Rodrigues Vianna Peres. Biblioteca Indiana 20. Madrid: Iberoamericana and Frankfurt am Main: Vervuert, 2009. 167-80. 
    21. "La figura trágica del poder en Amor destrona monarcas, y rey muerto por amor." Dramaturgia y espectáculo teatral en la época de los Austrias. Ed. Judith Farré. Universidad de Navarra Biblioteca Áurea Hispánica 59.  Madrid: Iberoamericana and Frankfurt am Main: Vervuert, 2009. 107-22.
    22. "Las estrategias retórico-narrativas de la Dorotea de Cervantes: Don Quijote 1.24, 28-30, 36-37, 46." Hispanic Studies in Honor of Robert L. Fiore. Eds. Chad M. Gasta and Julia Domínguez. Hispanic Monographs: Homenajes 33. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2009. 295-309.
    23. Lauer, A. Robert, with the collaboration of Diego R. Batista, Jaime Cruz-Ortiz, Teresita Iribarne de Resasco, Anthony R. Smith, and Carlos G. Torres-Rodríguez. "Análisis rítmico de los sonetos originales completos de Garcilaso de la Vega y Luis de Góngora." Anais do V Congresso Brasileiro de Hispanistas e I Congresso Internacional da Associação Brasileira de Hispanistas.  Ed. Sara Rojo [et al]. Congresso Brasileiro de Hispanistas 5 (Belo Horizonte, MG, 2008). Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil: Faculdade de Letras da Universidade Federal de Minais Gerais (Belo Horizonte), 2009. CD-ROM. 351-59.  <http://www.letras.ufmg.br/espanhol/Anais/index.htm>. 
    24. "Alfonso Sastre's Escuadra hacia la muerte: A Liminal Approach." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 31.3 (2008): 439-52. 
    25. "El VI Festival Internacional de Teatro de La Paz (FITAZ) en 2008." Gestos 23.46 (2008): 158-64.
    26. "Chamizal 2007." Bulletin of the Comediantes 60.1 (2008): 158-68.
    27. "Anne McNaughton's Don Juan: A Rogue for All Seasons." The Comedia in English: Translation and Performance. Ed. Susan Paun de García and Donald R. Larson. Monografías A. London: Tamesis, 2008.  202-13.2. 
    28. "Descendit ad inferna. Don Quixote's Descent into Hell and the Name-of-the Father." Cervantes and Don Quixote.  Proceedings of the Delhi Conference on Miguel de Cervantes. Ed. Vibha Maurya and Ignacio Arellano. Hyderabad, India: EMESCO Books, 2008. 107-22. 
    29. "Dorotea, heroína cervantina de la prolepsis." Anais do 4°. Congresso Brasileiro de Hispanistas.  Ed. Rita de Cássia Miranda Diogo, Ana Elizabeth Dreon de Albuquerque, Dilma Alexandre Figueiredo, Elda Firmo Braga. Vol. 4: Literatura Espanhola.  Rio de Janeiro: Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Associação Brasileira de Hispanistas, 2006. 32-37.  [online].  <http://www.letras.ufmg.br/hispanistas/hot/Literatura_Espanhola.pdf>.
    30. "Chamizal [2006]." Bulletin of the Comediantes 59.1 (2007): 187-218. 
    31. "The Protean Dorotea and the Spanish Baroque Novel." Cervantes and His Legacy in Contemporary Fiction. A special double issue of the Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages Bulletin [New Series] 15.2 (2005) and 16.1 (2006): 85-102. 
    32. "Los Segismundos de La vida es sueño de Calderón según las versiones de Zaragoza y Madrid."  "'Una de las dos Españas. . .'  Representaciones de un conflicto identitario en la historia y en las literaturas hispánicas.  Homenaje a Manfred Tietz.  Ed. Gero Arnscheidt and Pere Joan i Tous. Madrid and Frankfurt am Main: Iberoamericana and Vervuert, 2007. 925-33.
    33. "The Mythic Structure of Alfonso Sastre's Escuadra hacia la muerte (The Condemned Squad)." Hispanic Horizon 25 (2007): 26-36.
    34. "Chamizal 2005." Bulletin of the Comediantes 58.1 (2006): 263-70.
    35. "Physis y metaphysis de la real persona en el teatro áureo." El teatro clásico español a través de sus monarcas.  Ed. Luciano García Lorenzo, Luciano.  Colección Arte - Serie Teoría Teatral (Monografías RESAD) 158. Madrid: Editorial Fundamentos, 2006. 135-48.
    36. "Trials: Teaching the Spanish Baroque Comedia in the Twenty-First Century." Approaches to Teaching Early Modern Spanish Drama. Coed. Laura R. Bass and Margaret R. Greer. MLA Approaches to Teaching World Literature Series. New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 2006. 189-97.
    37. "Las enfermedades de las malcasadas en los dramas de honor del Siglo de Oro." El matrimonio en Europa y en el mundo hispánico. Siglos XVI y XVII. Ed. Ignacio Arellano and Jesús Maria Usunáriz. Biblioteca Filológica Hispánica 85. Madrid: Visor Libros, 2005. 55-63. 
    38. "Chamizal 2004." Bulletin of the Comediantes 57.1 (2005): 173-83.
    39. "Alfonso Sastre's Escuadra hacia la muerte (The Condemned Squad) and the Freudian Ur-Vater." Hispanic Horizon 23 (2004): 45-50.
    40. "Representación del canibalismo en las obras teatrales del siglo áureo sobre la conquista de América." Estudios de teatro español y novohispano. Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro. Ed. Melchora Romanos, Ximena González, and Florencia Calvo. Buenos Aires: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires, AITENSO, 2005. 411-18.
    41. "La puesta en escena de La hija del aire, de Calderón, en El Chamizal National Memorial (2003)." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 29.1 (2004): 201-11. 
    42. "El (homo)erotismo musical en la narrativa caribeña de Mayra Montero: Púrpura profundo." Chasqui 34.1 (2005): 42-50.
    43. "Usos de la figura retórica de frequentatio en el Quijote." Cervantes y su mundo II. Kurt Reichenberger and Darío Fernández Morera. Estudios de literatura 91. Kassel: Edition Reichenberger, 2005. 283-94.
    44. Lauer, A. Robert and Mary Carmen Beeler. "Ángeles heridos y minotauros solitarios en La vida es sueño de Calderón: Entrevista con Claudia Ríos." Comedia Performance 2.1 (2005): 193-205.
    45. Sherry J. Cox, A. Robert Lauer, Wendy L. Leraas, Samuel C. Manickam, Misael Santiago, Matt C. Waldroop, and John J. Winters.  "Raquel: ¿Infame mujer o heroína trágica?" Didascalia 1.2 (2004) [online] No pag.
    46. "Chamizal 2003." Bulletin of the Comediantes55.1 (2003): 189-200.
    47. "Comedia e ideología en la comedia española de la Conquista de América." Didascalia 1.1 (2004) [online] No pag.
    48. "Comedia e ideología en la comedia española de la Conquista de América." En gustos se comen géneros. Congreso Internacional Comida y Literatura. Ed. Oscar Sauri Bazán and Sara Poot Herrera. Mérida, México: Instituto de Cultura de Yucatán, 2003. 169-184.
    49. Lauer, A. Robert, with the collaboration of Sandra Colmenero Gruszeczka, Patricia lara Bagajewicz, Wendy Leraas, Aurora Margarita Peraza-Rugeley, Jennifer Reagan, and Lourdes Yen.  "El ritmo poético en los primeros sonetos renacentistas de Boscán y Garcilaso." Anales del 2. Congresso Brasileiro de Hispanistas, 2002, São Paulo (SP) [online]. 2002 [citado 21 mayo 2004]. Disponible en la World Wide Web. 
    50. "El planteamiento escénico de El tesoro escondido, auto sacramental historial calderoniano." Teatro calderoniano sobre el tablado. Calderón y su puesta en escena a través de los siglos. XIII Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón, Florencia, 10-14 de julio de 2002. Ed. Manfred Tietz. Archivum Calderonianum 10. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2003. 251-60.
    51. "Portrait of Alexander VI in Three British and Anglo-American Works: 'Cromwell's Complaint of Injustice' (1681), Barnabe Barnes's The Devil's Charter (1607), and Mario Puzo's The Family (2001)." Attachment to Kurt and Theo Reichenberger. El papa Borgia Alejandro VI ¿monstruo o mártir?  Estudios de Literatura 85. Kassel: Edition Reichenberger, 2003. 1-15.
    52. "La estructura dramática de El tesoro escondido, auto musical tardío de Calderón." Estudios del teatro áureo. Texto, espacio y representación. Ed. Aurelio González, Serafín González, Alma Mejía, María Teresa Miaja de la Peña y Lillian von der Walde. Cultura Universitaria / Serie Ensayo 75.  México, D. F.: Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-El Colegio de México-Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro, 2003. 345-52.
    53. "La hija del aire de Mónica Raya. El teatro sin límites." Los Universitarios 35 (2003): 54-58. Also available online.
    54. "Chamizal 2002." Bulletin of the Comediantes 54.2 (2002): 477-80.
    55. "Rey." Diccionario de la comedia del Siglo de Oro. Ed. Frank P. Casa, Luciano García Lorenzo, and Germán Vega García-Luengos. Castalia Instrumenta 9. Madrid: Editorial Castalia, 2002. 259-61.
    56. "Gutierre." Diccionario de la comedia del Siglo de Oro. Ed. Frank P. Casa, Luciano García Lorenzo, and Germán Vega García-Luengos. Castalia Instrumenta 9. Madrid: Editorial Castalia, 2002. 162-63.
    57. "Tiranicidio." Diccionario de la comedia del Siglo de Oro. Ed. Frank P. Casa, Luciano García Lorenzo, and Germán Vega García-Luengos. Castalia Instrumenta 9. Madrid: Editorial Castalia, 2002. 302-03.
    58. "Segismundo." Diccionario de la comedia del Siglo de Oro. Ed. Frank P. Casa, Luciano García Lorenzo, and Germán Vega García-Luengos. Castalia Instrumenta 9. Madrid: Editorial Castalia, 2002. 272-74.
    59. "Run Lola Run at the Dawn of Postmodernity." Simile: Studies in Media & Information Literacy Education 3.1 (2003):  [Internet article] No pag.
    60. "Los monólogos de Segismundo en La vida es sueño de Calderón." Calderón 2000. Homenaje a Kart Reichenberger en su 80 cumpleaños. Actas del Congreso Internacional, IV Centenario del nacimiento de Calderón, Universidad de Navarra, septiembre, 2000.  Ed. Ignacio Arellano. Estudios de literatura 75/76. Kassel: Edition Reichenberger, 2002. 539-47.
    61. "El ritmo poético en los primeros sonetos renacentistas de Boscán y Garcilaso." Hispanista 12 (2003): [Internet article] No pag.
    62. "La función dramática de Clarín en La vida es sueño de Calderón: prolegómenos para un estudio del 'gracioso' en la tragedia barroca calderoniana." Calderón 1600-2000. Jornadas de investigación calderoniana. Ed. Aurelio González. Mexico, D. F.: El Colegio de México, Centro de Estudios Lingüísticos y Literarios: Fondo Eulalio Ferrer, 2002. 151-67.
    63. "A Revaluation of Pasolini's Salò." Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal 4.1 (2002):  [Internet article] No pag.
    64. "Fray Luis de León's 'Alma región luciente': A Philological Seduction." Signos Literarios y Lingüísticos 2.1 (2000): 11-26. 
    65. "Doña Leonor Mendoza de Almeida y el furor uterino en A secreto agravio, secreta venganza de Pedro Calderón de la Barca." Calderón: innovación y legado. Actas selectas del IX Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro, en colaboración con el Grupo de Investigación Siglo de Oro de la Universidad de Navarra (Pamplona, 27 al 29 de marzo de 2000). Ed. Ignacio Arellano and Germán Vega García-Luengos. Ibérica 36. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 2001. 227-34.
    66. "Affectio maritalis, matrimonia iniusta y repulsa en El médico de su honra de Calderón." Deseo, sexualidad y afectos en la obra de Calderón. Duodécimo Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón, Leipzig, 14-18 de julio de 1999. Ed. Manfred Tietz.  Archivum Calderonianum 9. Stuttgart, Germany: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2001. 95-104.
    67. "Pasolini's Salò Revisited: Scatological Vision, Politics, and Postmodernism." Twentieth Century European Narratives: Tradition & Innovation. Sixth Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI), Haifa University, Israel, 16-21 August 1998. Ed. Sascha Talmor and Rachel Ben-David. Merkaz, Israel: ISSEI, 2001. CD-ROM in HTML-format.
    68. "El leal traidor de La vida es sueño de Calderón." Calderón 1600-1681: Quatercentenary Studies in Memory of John E. Varey.  Ed. Ann L. Mackenzie. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (University of Glasgow) 77.1 (2000): 133-44. 
    69. "Run Lola Run, the Internet, and Nietzsche's Theory of Eternal Recurrence." Approaching a New Millennium: Lessons from the Past--Prospects for the Future. Proceedings of the 7th  Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI), 14-18 August 2000. Ed. Daniel Apollon, Odd-Bjørn Fure and Lars Svåsand. Bergen, Norway: HIT Center at the University of Bergen for ISSEI, 2000. CD-ROM  in HTML-format. 
    70. "The Systemic Approach and Valle-Inclán, Semiotics and the Spanish Comedia: A Review Article on New Work by Iglesias Santos and de Toro." Comparative Literature and Culture 3.1 (March, 2001): Internet article. No pag. 
    71. "La enfermedad y la cura de doña Mencía en El médico de su honra de Calderón." Lecturas críticas de textos hispánicos.  Estudios de literatura española Siglo de Oro Vol. 2. Ed. Florencia Calvo and Melchora Romanos. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Eudeba (Editorial Universitaria de Buenos Aires), 2000. 255-65.
    72. "La enfermedad y la cura de doña Mencía en El médico de su honra de Calderón." Calderón. Protagonista eminente del barroco europeo.  Ed. Kurt and Theo Reichenberger. Teatro del Siglo de Oro Estudios de Literatura 60. Kassel, Germany: Edition Reichenberger, 2000. 281-94. 
    73. "La enfermedad y la cura de doña Mencía en El médico de su honra de Calderón."  ". . . que toda la vida es sueño y los sueños, sueños son." Homenaje a don Pedro Calderón de la Barca.  Ed. Ysla Campbell. Cd. Juárez, Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, 2000. 61-75. 
    74. "La visión mítica de Arturo Ripstein: La mujer del puerto." Entorno 51/52 (1999): 7-10. 
    75. "Aspectos médico-legales respecto a El médico de su honra de Calderón." El escritor y la escena VII. Estudios sobre teatro español y novohispano de los Siglos de Oro: Dramaturgia e Ideología. Ed. Ysla Campbell. Cd. Juárez, Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, 1999. 129-36.
    76. "La e pleonástica en El médico de su honra de Calderón." Palabra crítica. Estudios en homenaje a José Amezcua. Ed. Serafín González and Lillian von der Walde. Mexico: Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana and Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1997 (1998). 146-53.
    77. "Los monólogos de los monarcas en Calderón." Texto e imagen en Calderón.  Undécimo Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón, St. Andrews, Escocia, 17-20 de julio de 1996. Ed. Manfred Tietz. Archivum Calderonianum 8. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 1998. 132-42.
    78. "The Representation of Desire in Contemporary Spanish Cinema." Memory, History and Critique: European Identity at the Millenium. Proceedings of the 5th International ISSEI Conference at the University for Humanist Studies, Utrecht, The Netherlands, August 1996 [CD-ROM]. Ed. Frank Brinkhuis and Sascha Talmor, ISSEI/University for Humanist Studies. Utrecht: ISSEI/University for Humanist Studies, Utrecht, March 1998. 1-4.
    79. "Ana Bolena."  El escritor y la escena VI: Estructuras teatrales de la Comedia. Ed. Ysla Campbell. Cd. Juárez, Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, 1998. 149-56.
    80. "Contaminación y purificación en El alcalde de Zalamea." Pedro Calderón de la Barca.  El teatro como representación y fusión de las artes. Revista Anthropos: Huellas del Conocimiento 1 (Extraordinarios). Ed. Ignacio Arellano and Ángeles Cardona. Barcelona: Proyecto A Ediciones, 1997. 102-07.
    81. Lauer, A. Robert.  "Recursos retóricos usados en los autos inspirados en parábolas." Divinas y humanas letras.  Doctrina y poesía en los autos sacramentales de Calderón: Actas del Congreso Internacional, Pamplona, Universidad de Navarra, 26 febrero-1 marzo, 1997.  Ignacio Arellano, J. M. Escudero, B. Oteiza, and M. C. Pinillos, eds.  Pamplona: Universidad de Navarra and Kassel: Edition Reichenberger, 1997.  245-52.
    82. "The Recovery of the Repressed: A Neo-Historical Reading of Fuenteovejuna." New Historicism and the Comedia: Poetics, Politics and Praxis. Ed. José A. Madrigal. Boulder, CO: Society of Spanish and Spanish-American Studies, 1997. 15-28.
    83. "La representación del deseo masculino en La última noche que pasé contigo de Mayra Montero." Entorno 43 (1997): 45-48.
    84. "Las Mencías: tres problemas y 'un' personaje." El escritor y la escena V.  Estudios sobre teatro español y novohispano de los Siglos de Oro. Homenaje a Marc Vitse. Ed. Ysla Campbell. Cd. Juárez, Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, 1997. 115-21.
    85. "A Neo-Historical Reading of Fuenteovejuna." Brave New Words.  Studies in Spanish Golden Age Literature. Ed. Edward H. Friedman and Catherine Larson. Iberian Studies 12. New Orleans, LA: University Press of the South, 1996. 209-19.
    86. "Bandos y tumultos en el teatro político del Siglo de Oro." Teatro, historia y sociedad.  Seminario Internacional sobre Teatro del Siglo de Oro. Ed. Carmen Hernández Valcárcel. Murcia: Servicio de Publicaciones, Universidad; Ciudad Juárez: Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, 1996. 123-38.
    87. "El baño de Caupolicán en el teatro áureo sobre la conquista de Chile." Actas del Congreso Internacional sobre Mira de Amescua y el teatro español del siglo XVII (Granada, 27 octubre-3 noviembre de 1994). Ed. Agustín de la Granja and Juan Antonio Martínez Berbel. Vol 2. Granada: Universidad de Granada, 1996. 291-304.
    88. "Lorenzo García y el teatro valenciano del barroco tardío." Ed. Ysla Campbell. El escritor y la escena IV. Estudios sobre teatro español de los Siglos de Oro. Homenaje a Alfredo Hermenegildo.  Actas del IV Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro (8-11 de marzo de 1995, Ciudad Juárez). Ciudad Juárez, Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, 1996. 47-56.
    89. "The Comedia and Its Modes." Hispanic Review 63.2 (1995): 157-78.
    90. "Medieval Antecedents in Juan de Mariana's Alleged Theory of Regicide." Studies on Medieval Spanish Literature in Honor of Charles F. Fraker. Ed. Mercedes Vaquero and Alan Deyermond.  Madison, WI: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, 1995. 197-209. 
    91. "El alcalde de Zalamea y la comedia de villanos." El escritor y la escena III.  Estudios en honor de Francisco Ruiz Ramón.  Actas del III Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro (9-12 de marzo de 1994, Ciudad Juárez). Ed. Ysla Campbell.  Cd. Juárez, Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, 1995. 135-42.
    92. "El rey Basilio y el discurso del poder." Hacia Calderón: Décimo Congreso Anglogermano Passau 1993. Ed. Klaus Dirscherl and Hans Flasche. Archivum Calderonianum 7. Stuttgart, Germany: Franz Steiner Verlag, 1994.  253-65.
    93. "La conquista de Chile en el teatro español del Siglo de Oro." El escritor y la escena II: Actas del II Congreso de la Asociación de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro (17-20 de marzo de 1993, Ciudad Juárez). Ed. Ysla Campbell. Ciudad Juárez, Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, 1994. 95-103.
    94. "The Iberian Encounter of America in the Spanish Theater of the Golden Age." Pacific Coast Philology 28.1 (1993): 32-42.
    95. "La tragedia histórica del Siglo de Oro: Virués, Lope de Vega, y Calderón." Nóesis 4.8 (1992): 25-37.
    96. "Semiotic Intrusions in the Symbolic Order: The Recovery of the Repressed in Calderón's Honor Plays." Homenaje a Hans Flasche. Festschrift zum 80. Geburstag. Ed. Günther Zimermann and Karl-Hermann Körner. Stuttgart, West Germany: Franz Steiner Verlag, 1991. 95-112.
    97. "Erasing the Signifier: Phallologocentric Tactics of Repression in Calderón's Honor Plays." Texto y espectáculo: Nuevas aproximaciones críticas a la Comedia. Ed. Arturo Pérez-Pisonero. El Paso: University of Texas at El Paso, 1991. 61-70.
    98. "The Dramatic Symmetry of Calderón's Los cabellos de Absalón: A Semiotic Reading." Romanistisches Jahrbuch 39 (1989): 323-41.
    99. "The Supernatural in the Political Spanish Theater of the Golden Age." Gestos 4.8 (1989): 49-64.
    100. "The Use and Abuse of History in the Spanish Theater of Golden Age: The Regicide of Sancho II as Treated by Juan de la Cueva, Guillén de Castro, and Lope de Vega." Hispanic Review 56.1 (1988): 17-37.
    101. "La imagen del rey tirano en el teatro calderoniano." Hacia Calderón.  Octavo Congreso Anglogermano Bochum 1987. Ed. Hans Flasche. Archivum Calderonianum 5. Stuttgart, West Germany: Franz Steiner Verlag 1988. 65-76.
    102. "The Pathos of Mencía's Death in Calderón's El médico de su honra." Bulletin of the Comediantes 40.1 (1988): 25-40.
    103. "Tirso de Molina, Calderón, and the comedia compuesta of the Golden Age." Estudios 156-157 (1987): 145-154.
    104. "'Tuve honor y tengo amor': The Tragedy of El médico de su honra." Romanistisches Jahrbuch 30 (1979): 251-62.
    105. "Desarrollo de un tema político en el film Tristana de Luis Buñuel." Letras Hispánicas 9 (1972): 74-78.

    REVIEWS:
     

  • 1.  Reviews in Press:
    2.  Published Reviews:
    1. Review of The Signifying Self: Cervantine Drama as Counter-Perspective Aesthetic, by Melanie Henry, Bulletin of Spanish Studies. 17 Dec. 2015 (it appeared in 2016).
    2. Review of Storytelling in World Cinemas: Volume 1 - Forms, by Lina Khatib, The European Legacy. Online: 8 April 2016.
    3. Review of Storytelling in World Cinemas: Volume 2 - Contexts, by Lina Khatib, The European Legacy. Online: 6 April 2016.
    4. Review of El Calderón alemán: recepción e influencia de un genio hispano (1654-1980), by Henry W. Sullivan, Notas. Reseñas Iberoamericanas (Münster). Online: Sept. 2015: Research Gate.
    5. Review of The Fictional Arts: An Inter-Art Journey from Theatre Theory to the Arts, by Eli Rozik, The European Legacy (2015): pub. online on 5 June 2015. <http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10848770.2015.1054190>. 
    6. Review of Whatever Gets You through the Night: A Story of Sheherezade and the Arabian Entertainments, by Andrei Codrescu, The European Legacy 18.4 (2013). Published online on 28 Jun 2013.
    7. Review of Between Play and Prayer: The Variety of Theatricals in Spiritual Performance, by Anita Hammer, The European Legacy 18.2 (2013). Published online on 8 Feb. 2013.
    8. Review of Freud's Drive: Psychoanalysis, Literature and Film, by Teresa de Lauretis, The European Legacy 17:4 (2012): 549-50.
    9. Review of Emocionar escribiendo. Teatralidad y géneros literarios en la Espaa áurea, ed. Luciana Gentilli and Renata Londero, for Bulletin of Spanish Studies 89 (2012): 463-64.
    10. Review of Strindberg and the Quest for Sacred Theatre, by Theo Malekin, The European Legacy 17:3 (2012): 416.
    11. Review of Pedro Calderón de la Barca's Los alimentos del hombre, ed. Miguel Zugasti, Comedia Performance 9.1 (2012): 302-305.
    12. Review of La comedia de Calderón: discurso social y sabiduría poética, by Georges Güntert, Anagnórisis 4 (2011): 201-14.
    13. Review of Hyper-Narrative Interactive Cinema: Problems and Solutions, by Nitzan Ben Shaul, The European Legacy 16.2 (2011): 268-69.
    14. Review of Memory in Play. From Aeschylus to Sam Shepard, by Attilio Favorini, The European Legacy 16.2 (2011): 269-70.
    15. Review of El teatro de Mira de Amescua. Para una lectura política y social de la comedia áurea, by Antonio Muñoz Palomares, for Bulletin of Spanish Studies 87.4 (2010): 554-55.
    16. "The Staging of Calderón's Life Is a Dream at Rose State College (Midwest City, OK)." Comedia Performance 7.1 (2010): 266-72.
    17. Review of Calderón y el pensamiento ideológico y cultural de su época. XIV Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón, Heidelberg, 24-28 de julio de 2005, ed. Manfred Tietz and Gero Arnscheidt, for Literaturwissenschaftliches Jahrbuch, Aufträge der Görres-Gesellschaft [Berlin] 50 (2009): 355-58.
    18. Review of La legitimación de la violencia en la comedia española dei siglo XVII, by Antonia Petro del Barrio, for Bulletin of Spanish Studies 85 (2008): 366-67.
    19. Review of El silencio en el teatro de Tirso de Molina, by Florence Béziat, for Bulletin of Spanish Studies 83.7 (2006): 991-92.
    20. Review of La dramaturgia del disfraz en Calderón, by Rosa Ana Escalonilla, for Comedia Performance 3.1 (2006): 257-60.
    21. Review of Antonio Mira de Amescua. La hija de Carlos Quinto, ed. Karl Ludwig Selig, for Bulletin of Spanish Studies 82.5 (2005): 697-98.
    22. Review of La vida es sueño, by Calderón, dir. Claudia Ríos. Comedia Performance 2.1 (2005): 287-90.
    23. Review of Calderón de la Barca: El médico de su honra, by Don Cruickshank, Bulletin of the Comediantes 55.2 (2003): 196-98.
    24. Review of El retablo de la avaricia, la lujuria y la muerte de Valle-Inclán. Didascalia 1.1 (2004): [Online review] No pag.
    25. Review of Richard Wagner, Fritz Lang, and the Nibelungen: The Dramaturgy of Disavowal, by David J. Levin, for The European Legacy 9.5 (2004): 685-686.
    26. Review of The Speaking Divine Woman: López de Úbeda's La pícara Justina and Goethe's Wilhelm Meister, by Patricia Zecevic, for Bulletin of Spanish Studies 80.5 (2003): 619-20.
    27. Review of Calderón y su escuela dramática, by Ignacio Arellano, Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 27.2 (2003): 360-62.
    28. Review of The Gaze and the Labyrinth. The Cinema of Liliana Cavani, by Gaetana Marrone, The European Legacy 8.2 (2003): 246-47. 
    29. Review of The Theatre of García Lorca: Text, Performance, Psychoanalysis, by Paul Julian Smith, The European Legacy 8.1 (2003): 110-11.
    30. Review of The Story of Joseph in Spanish Golden Age Drama, Selected, Translated, and Introduced by Michael McGaha, Bulletin of the Comediantes 54.1 (2002): 177-80.
    31. Review of Differences in the Dark: American Movies and English Theater, by Michael T. Gilmore, The European Legacy 7.6 (2002): 812-13.
    32. Review of El tema del reconocimiento en el teatro español del siglo XVI. La teoría de la anagnórisis, by Patricia Garrido Camacho, Hispanic Review 70.4 (2002): 634-36.
    33. Review of Ideologies of History in the Spanish Golden Age, by Anthony J. Cascardi, The Rocky Mountain Review 55.2 (2001): 95-97.
    34. Review of Tirso de Molina: His Originality Then and Now, ed. Henry W. Sullivan and Raúl Galoppe, RILCE 17.1 (2001): 111-13.
    35. Review of La Celestina (teatro). Producción del Departamento de Teatro y Danza de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Celestinesca 24 (2000): 181-82.
    36. Review of Entre la voz y el silencio, by Margit Frenk, Cervantes 19 (1999): 194.
    37. Review of Communicating Myths of the Golden Age Comedia, by Denise M. Dipuccio, Gestos 27 (1999): 182-84.
    38. Review of Allegories of Kingship. Calderón and the Anti-Machiavellian Tradition, by Stephen Rupp, Bulletin of the Comediantes 49.1 (1997): 106-08. 
    39. Review of Rewriting Theatre: The 'Comedia' and the Nineteenth-century 'Refundición,'  by Charles Ganelin, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies [Glasgow] 75 (1998): 281-82.
    40. Review of La imagen del Rey don Pedro en la literatura del Renacimiento y del Barroco, by Ángel Sánchez, Indiana Journal of Hispanic Literatures 8 (1996): 219-22.
    41. Review of Lectura ideológica de Calderón. El médico de su honra, by José Amezcua, Crítica Hispánica 17.1 (1995): 147-49.
    42. Review of Antonio Mira de Amescua, Callar en buena ocasión o muerto vivo y enterrado, ed. John V. Falconieri, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 72.2 (1995): 230-31.
    43. Review of Diego Prado y Tovar, Hir buscando a quien me sigue, ed. John V. Falconieri, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 72.2 (1995): 230-31.
    44. Review of Writing and Inscription in Golden Age Drama, by Charles Oriel, South Atlantic Review 58.3 (1993): 106-08.
    45. Review of Theatre in Spain, 1490-1700, by Melveena McKendrick, Symposium 45.2 (1991): 157-59.
    46. Review of Política, historia y drama en el cerco de Zamora: La comedia segunda de las 'Mocedades del Cid' de Guillén de Castro, by Alberto Montaner Frutos, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 68.4 (1991): 534-35. 
    47. Review of Lope de Vega, San Diego de Alcalá, ed. Thomas E. Case, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 68.3 (1991): 418-19.
    48. Review of The Queens' Encounter. The Mary Stuart Anachronism in Dramas by Diamante, Boursault, Schiller and Donizetti, by Michael G. Paulson, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 68.3 (1991): 421-22.
    49. Review of Pedro Calderón de la Barca, El purgatorio de San Patricio, ed. J. M. Ruano de la Haza, Hispanic Review 58.3 (1990): 392-94.
    50. Review of Guillén de Castro's Las mocedades del Cid, ed. by Christiane Faliu-Lacourt, Hispanic Review 57.3 (1989): 389-91.
    51. Review of Kings in Calderón: A Study in Characterization and Political Theory, by Dian Fox, Hispania 72.1 (1989): 143.
    52. Review of Kingship and Tyranny in the Theater of Guillén de Castro, by James Crapotta, Hispania 69 (1986): 540-41. 

    PROLOGUES:

    Prologues, blurbs, and newspaper articles:

    1. Ruta, Maria Caterina and A. Robert Lauer, eds. Introduction. Un paseo entre los centenarios cervantinos. A special Cervantes monograph. Cuadernos AISPI [Associazione Ispanisti Italiani]: Estudios de lenguas y literaturas ibéricas 5 (2015): 9-13. Online (July, 2015).
    2. "In Memoriam: Francisco Ruiz Ramón." Comedia Performance 12.1 (2015): 15-18.
    3. "'¡Que no quiero verla!.'" Del texto al espectáculo: Homenaje a Francisco Portes. Ed. Ysla Campbell. Cd. Juárez, Chih., Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, 2008. 7.
    4. "'Calderón soy yo.'" Del texto al espectáculo: Homenaje a Francisco Portes. Ed. Ysla Campbell. Cd. Juárez, Chih., Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, 2008. 25. 
    5. "Días felices y la inevitable extrañeza del teatro de Beckett." Los Tiempos. Cochabamba, Bolivia. Sunday, 4 May 2008.
    6. Foreword. José Cadalso's Lugubrious Nights and the Agony of Romantic Grief. New Orleans: University Press of the South, 2008. vii-viii.
    7. Sonya S. Gupta and A. Robert Lauer. "From the Guest Editors." Cervantes and His Legacy in Contemporary Fiction. Ed. A. Robert Lauer and Sonya S. Gupta. A special double issue of the Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages Bulletin (New Series) 15.2 (Dec. 2005) and 16.1 (June 2006): 1-174. Hyderabad, India. ISSN: 0970-8340.  iv-v.
    8. "Spanish troupe holds audience captive." El Paso Times. Thursday, 8 March 2007.
    9. "La Hormiga sparkles in low comedy." El Paso Times. Thursday, 8 March 2007.
    10. "'La Villana' shines, but some of play lacks sparks." El Paso Times. Tuesday, 6 March 2007. 
    11. "'El Narciso' performance had its high, low points." El Paso Times. Tuesday, 6 March 2007.
    12. "Astrólogo fingido simply stellar." El Paso Times. Friday, 10 March 2006.
    13. A. Robert Lauer and Kurt Reichenberger. "Dedicatoria a Anthony J. Close (1937- )." Cervantes y su mundo III. Ed. A. Robert Lauer and Kurt Reichenberger. Kassel: Reichenberger, 2005. v-viii.
    14. "El mejor pasaje del Quijote (y 2)." La lupa (Universidad SEK - Segovia). Tuesday, 14 June 2005. 12. Available online (click link).
    15. "One-Man Adaptation Provides Spectacle." El Paso Times. Saturday, 5 March 2005. 3 D.
    16. Preface.  Translations of the American Plays of Lope de Vega: The Discovery of the New World, The Conquest of Araucania, Brazil Restored. Edited, translated, and with an introduction by Kenneth A. Stackhouse. Hispanic Literature 78. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen P, 2003.  i-ii. 
    17. "La hija del aire at Siglo Superb." El Paso Times. Wednesday, 6 March 2002. 2 D.
    18. "Theater Group Takes Risk with 2nd Play at Siglo de Oro Fest." El Paso Times. Thursday, 7 March 2002. 2 D.
    19. "Portuguese Play Refreshing, Sensual Farce." El Paso Times. Friday, 8 March 2002. 4 D.
    20. "Themes from Latin America Were Part of Siglo de Oro Festival's 3rd Performance." El Paso Times. Friday, 8 March 2002. 2 D.
    21. "Poetry Recital Is Featured on 5th Night of Siglo." El Paso Times. Friday, 8 march 2002. 5 D.
    22. "De Vega Play Gets Standing Ovation at Siglo." El Paso Times. Saturday, 9 March 2002. 2 D.
    23. "Lazarillo Was Fine Work at Siglo de Oro Festival." El Paso Times. Thursday, 14 March 2002. 5 D.
    24. "Final Siglo de Oro Festival Play 'Static.'" El Paso Times. Thursday, 14 March 2002. 4 D.
    25. Blurb, Women in Contemporary World Cinema, ed. A. Heidi Karriker. Film Studies 3. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 2002.
    26. Blurb, Versatilidad y unidad estética en Guillermo Valencia a la luz del simbolismo francés, by Luis Guillermo Bejarano, Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literature. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 1999.
    27. Prologue, The "Teatro Antiguo Español" Collection at the Smith College Library. A Descriptive Catalogue, by Víctor Arizpe, Teatro del Siglo de Oro Bibliografías y Catálogos 17. Kassel: Edition Reichenberger, 1996. ix-x.

    CAI:

    1. Lauer, A. Robert and Anette Cash.  Contrastive Spanish  CAI  Program for the Introductory Intermediate Level,  computer software (Granville, OH: Denison University and The Digital Equipment Corporation, 1984), designed for  DEC for the VAX/VMS operating system, using DAL (Digital Authoring Language), a color/graphics language. Ten lessons in disk form for GiGi and VT100 terminals.

    FILMS:

    Films, Interviews and TV:

    1. Interviewed by Karyna Sánchez, "Despierta, El Paso." Univisión (KINT - Channel 26). El Paso, Texas. 25 February 2005. 3 mins.
    2. Interview with Ignacio Escércega. Pioneers of the Comedia. For the Association for Hispanic Classical Theater. Filmed professionally in El Paso, Texas. 4 March 2005. 30 mins.
    3. Interview with Frank P. Casa. Pioneers of the Comedia. For the Association for Hispanic Classical Theater. Filmed professionally in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 26 March 1999. 31 mins. 

    PAPERS:

    Papers Read at Professional Conferences:

    1. "La real figura en Luis Vélez de Guevara: Ciro el Grande y Sebastián I de Portugal (el Deseado)." 25 Años de la AITENSO. Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. First week of March, 2016. By invitation.

    2. "Los Sebastianes." Congreso Internacional "La imagen de la autoridad y el poder en el teatro del Siglo de Oro." GRISO-Universidad de Navarra & Fundación Valdés-Salas. Salas, Asturias, Spain. 18-19 Dec. 2015. By invitation.
    3. "Claudia Jerónima y los límites del marco narrativo cervantino en la Segunda Parte de Don Quijote." Congreso Internacional "Cuatro Siglos del Quijote de 1615." Biblioteca Palafoxiana. Puebla, Mexico. 23-25 Nov. 2015. By invitation. 
    4. "La firmeza en el ausencia de Leonor de la Rúa Cueva y Silva: de profeminismo a speculum principum." XVII Congreso de AITENSO, "El teatro clásico en su(s) cultura(s): de los Siglos de Oro al siglo XXI." Queens College. Queens, New York, USA. 20-23 Oct. 2015.
    5. "La segunda parte del 'Coloquio de los perros' (1635) de Ginés Carrillo Cerón: continuación y síntesis de un experimento literario." IX Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Cervantistas (CINDAC). Universidade de São Paulo. São Paulo, Brazil. 1 July 2015.
    6. "La mirada del rey en el teatro áureo de Luis Vélez de Guevara." Coloquio Internacional "La mirada sobre/del Otro en la literatura hispánica." Romanisches Seminar, Universität Heidelberg. Heidelberg, Germany. 1 June 2015. By invitation.
    7. "Luis Vélez de Guevara y la tradición dramática de speculum principum." Congreso Internacional A autoridade da tradição e o poder da inovação no teatro e na literatura do Siglo de Oro / La autoridad de la tradición y el poder de la innovación en el teatro y en la literatura del Siglo de Oro. CHAM-FCSH/Nova-UAc-Grupo de Investigação "Cultura, história e pensamento ibéricos e ibero-americanos" & GRISO-Universidad de Navarra. Faculdade de Ciéncias Sociais e Humanas da Universidade de Lisboa. Lisbon, Portugal. 26 May 2015. By invitation.
    8. "Amantes, vampiros y otros habitantes de la Colonia Roma en la narrativa de Luis Zapata y José Emilio Pacheco." Congreso Internacional de Literatura "Como México no hay dos como Mérida ninguna." Feria Internacional de la Lectura Yucatán (FILEY). Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, UC-Mexicanistas (Intercampus Research Program). Centro de Convenciones SIGLO XXI. Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico. 13 March 2015. By invitation.
    9. "Los parlamentos de las damas en las tragedias de honor calderonianas." Coloquio "La dramaturgia calderoniana: el discurso femenino." Keynote speaker (conferencista magistral). Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Universidad Autónoma Nacional de México (UNAM). Mexico City, Mexico. 7 October 2014.  By invitation.
    10. "La exuberancia retórica de los parlamentos calderonianos en las comedias palaciegas." XVII Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón. Münster, Germany. 16-19 July 2014.
    11. "Cervantes: La novela sin fin." National Cervantes Symposium. University of Illinois at Chicago. Chicago, IL. 24-26 April 2014.
    12. "Entes marginados en roles protagónicos: El coloquio de los perros de Cervantes." Congreso Internacional "De marginados a protagonistas: moros y negros en el teatro." Laboratorio Escénico Univalle, Grupo de Creación e Investigación, Departamento de Artes Escénicas, Facultad de Artes Integradas de la Universidad del Valle, Grupo de Investigación Siglo de Oro (GRISO),  Universidad de Navarra. Cali, Colombia. 20-21 March 2014. By invitation.
    13. "Celebrando los 400 (y un) años de las Novelas ejemplares de Cervantes con El coloquio de los perros." "'Y si vivo cien años. . .' Feria Internacional de la Lectura Yucatán (FILEY) & UC-Mexicanistas. Sala de Convenciones Siglo XXI. Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico. 13-15 March 2014.  By invitation.
    14. "Genre and Reception Issues in Leonor de la Cueva's Tried and True (La firmeza en la ausencia)." A special presentation for the "Translation and Production of the First-Known Performance of Leonor de la Cueva's La firmeza en la ausencia" panel.  Association for Hispanic Classical Theater, Inc. El Paso, TX, USA. 27 February-2 March 2014.
    15. "Vicisitudes morales de una madre de mancebía." Las vicisitudes del artificio en el barroco español e hispanoamericano: A Special M/MLA (Mid-West Modern Language Association) Session. Milwaukee, WI.  7-10 November 2013. 
    16. "El coloquio de los perros: síntesis cervantino de una frecuentación literaria."  Las "Novelas ejemplares": Texto y contexto (1613-2013). Centro de Estudios Lingüísticos y Literarios, El Colegio de México. Mexico City, Mexico. 23-24 October 2013.
    17. "La Numancia de Cervantes: Un modelo actancial." II Congreso Ibero-Asiático de Hispanistas. Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Grupo de Investigación Siglo de Oro (GRISO) of the University of Navarra, and the Instituto de Estudios Auriseculares (IDEA). Kyoto, Japan. 21-23 September 2013.
    18. "La esticomitia en Calderón." Mitos y espacios míticos en el teatro de Calderón. Dipartimento di Scienze Umanistishe, Università degli Studi di Palermo; Grupo de Investigación Calderón (GIC), Universidad de Santiago de Compostela; Grupo de Investigación Siglo de Oro (GRISO), Universidad de Navarra; Instituto de Estudios Auriseculares (IDEA). Palermo, Sicily. 17-18  June 2013. By invitation.
    19. "Vida y costumbres de la Madre Andrea (c. 1650): Fisuras morales en una narrativa picaresca." Coloquio Internacional. Sonderveranstaltung im Rahmen des Kolloquiums von Prof. Dr. Christoph Strosetzski. Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster. Münster, Germany. 11-12 June 2013. By invitation.
    20. "Las funciones dramáticas en la Numancia de Cervantes." III Coloquio Internacional Juan Ruiz de Alarcón. Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez. Cd. Juárez, Mexico. 8 March 2013.
    21. "Erotismo y picardía en Vida y costumbres de la Madre Andrea (c. 1650)." VII Congresso Brasileiro de Hispanistas.  Universidade Federal da Bahia. Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. 6 September 2012.
    22. "La Numancia de Cervantes y la creación de una conciencia fundacional nacional."  VIII Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Cervantistas (CINDAC). University of Oviedo. Oviedo, Spain. 11-15 June 2012.
    23. "Las comedias caballerescas de Pedro Calderón de la Barca." Association for Hispanic Classical Theater, Inc. El Paso, TX, USA.  9 March 2012.
    24. "Recursos retóricos utilizados en las comedias novelescas de Calderón: El jardín de Falerina."  Congreso Internacional "Calderón de capa y espada." El Colegio de México, GIC-Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, GRISO-Universidad de Navarra. Mexico, D. F., Mexico. 27-29 October 2011. By invitation.
    25. "Actos verbales de disputa y violencia en el auto sacramental calderoniano: El tesoro escondido." XVI Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón. Utrecht, The Netherlands. 18-22 July 2011.
    26. "La primera ópera en inglés sobre La vida es sueño de Calderón." Armonía en las artes: Literatura, música y baile, Dirección de Cultura del Ayuntamiento de Mérida & Asociación UC-Mexicanistas [Intercampus Research Program]. Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. 31 March-2 April 2011. By invitation.
    27. "The Santa Fe Opera World Premiere of Lewis Spratlan's Life Is a Dream, Based on Pedro Calderón de la Barca's La vida es sueño." Association for Hispanic Classical Theater, Inc. El Paso, TX, USA. 3 March 2011.
    28. "Aspectos tropológicos en el auto sacramental de El tesoro escondido de Pedro Calderón de la Barca." II Coloquio Internacional Juan Ruiz de Alarcón. Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, Cd. Juárez,, Mexico. 3 March 2011.
    29. "Postres, apóstrofes y postrimerías en Amadeus, El tragaluz y La Regenta." Congreso Internacional de Literatura Postrimerías.  Centro Cultural Olimpo. Mérida (Yucatán), México. 22-24 April 2010. By invitation.
    30. "La esticomitia en el auto sacramental de El tesoro escondido de Calderón." Association for Hispanic Classical Theater, Inc. El Paso, TX, USA. 4-7 March 2010.
    31. "Altisidora y la 'ley de la madre': una lectura lacaniana del Quijote." VII Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Cervantistas (CINDAC).  Münster Universität.  Münster, Germany. 30 September-4 October 2009.
    32. "El ritmo poético de los sonetos originales de Luis de Góngora." Kongres Kultury Hiszpanskiego Baroku. Congreso Internacional La Cultura del Barroco Español e Iberoamericano y su Contexto Europeo. Warsaw, Poland. 21-25 September 2009. By invitation.
    33. "La figura retórica de reiteración en Troya abrasada de Juan de Zabaleta y Pedro Calderón de la Barca." Coloquio Internacional La dramaturgia de Juan Ruiz de Alarcón. Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez.  Cd. Juárez, Chih., Mexico. 2-4 March 2009.
    34. "The Staging of Calderón's Life Is a Dream at Rose State College (Midwest City, OK)." Association for Hispanic Classical Theater, Inc. El Paso, TX, USA. 5-8 March 2009.
    35. "'La sangre me bebiera': La sangre humana como bebida en el teatro áureo español." Congreso Internacional Bebidas y Literatura. Aguas Santas de la Creación. El Teatro Mérida. Mérida (Yucatán), México. 15-17 January 2009. By invitation.
    36. "Análisis rítmico de los sonetos completos de Garcilaso de la Vega y Luis de Góngora." V Congresso Brasileiro de Hispanistas / I Congresso Internacional da Associação Brasileira de Hispanistas. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil. 4 September 2008.
    37. "La komedya en Filipinas." Congreso Internacional Maravillas, prodigios, monstruos y portentos en la literatura y el arte de Iberoamérica. Universidade Federal Fluminense. Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 27 August 2008. By invitation.
    38. "El teatro barroco de Juan de Zabaleta, continuador de Calderón." Calderón y su escuela: variaciones e innovación de un modelo teatral. XV Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón. Wroclaw, Poland. 15 July 2008.
    39. "Representación de la mujer en el teatro barroco de Juan de Zabaleta." Coloquio Internacional: "El Barroco entre ayer y hoy."  Espacio Simón I. Patiño. La Paz, Bolivia. 18 April 2008.  By invitation.
    40. "Theatrical Representations of Honor and Virtue in the Baroque Theater of Juan de Zabaleta."  First International Theatre Conference on Komedya. University of the Philippines. Quezón City, Philippines. 27-29 February 2008.
    41. "La figura trágica del poder en Amor destrona monarcas y rey muerto por amor."  International Congress on Dramaturgia y espectáculo teatral en la época de los Austrias: España y América. Tecnológico de Monterrey. Monterrery, NL, Mexico. 22-24 October 2007. By invitation.
    42. "El concepto del honor en el teatro de Juan de Zabaleta." XII Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro. El Colegio de México & Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (Unidad Iztapalapa). Mexico City, Mexico. 15-18 October 2007. 
    43. "The Staging of Tirso de Molina's El burlador de Sevilla at the Chamizal (1986-2005)." Association for Hispanic Classical Theater, Inc. El Paso, Texas. 1-3 March, 2007.
    44. "Dorotea, heroína cervantina de la prolepsis." IV Congresso Brasileiro de Hispanistas. Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro.  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 4 September 2006.
    45. "'. . . descendit ad inferna.' Don Quixote's Descent into Hell and the Name-of-the-Father." Congreso Internacional Cervantes y el Quijote. Sponsored by Germanic and Romance Studies, Delhi University; Asociación de Cervantistas; and GRISO, Universidad de Navarra. Delhi, Palma de Mallorca, Pamplona. 31 January 2004-2 February 2005.  By invitation.
    46. "Las enfermedades de las malcasadas en los dramas de honor del Siglo de Oro." El Matrimonio en Europa y en el Mundo Hispánico: Siglos XVI y XVII. Historia y Literatura. Simposio Internacional. Pamplona, Spain. Universidad de Navarra. 20-21 September 2004.  By invitation.
    47. "Comida e ideología en la comedia española de la conquista de América." Association for Hispanic Classical Theater, Inc. El Paso, Texas. 4-6 March 2004.
    48. "Representación del canibalismo en las obras teatrales del siglo áureo sobre la conquista de América." XI Congreso Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro (AITENSO), Universidad de Buenos Aires e Instituto de Filología y Literaturas Hispánicas "Dr. Amado Alonso." Buenos Aires, Argentina. 15-19 September 2003.
    49. "La hija del aire." Round Table: Recent Performances at the Chamizal Siglo de Oro Theater Festival. Association for Hispanic Classical Theatre, Inc. El Paso, Texas. 7 March 2003.
    50. "El ritmo poético en los primeros sonetos renacentistas de Boscán y Garcilaso." II Congresso Brasileiro de Hispanistas. São Paulo, Brazil. 8-11 October 2002.
    51. "Comida e ideología en la comedia española de la conquista de América." Congreso Internacional sobre Comida y Literatura. Mérida, Mexico. 30 October-2 November 2002. By invitation.
    52. "El planteamiento escénico de El tesoro escondido, auto sacramental historial calderoniano." XIII Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón. Florence, Italy. 11 July 2002.
    53. "La estructura dramática de El tesoro escondido, auto musical tardío de Calderón." X Congreso Internacional de la Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro (AITENSO), El Colegio de México, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Facultad de Filosofía y Letras). Mexico City, Mexico. 17 October 2001.
    54. "Clarín y Segismundo: Personajes en busca de su papel dramático en La vida es sueño de Calderón." Jornadas de Investigación Calderoniana. Calderón 1600-2000. El Colegio de México. Mexico City, Mexico. 15 November 2000. By invitation.
    55. "Clarín y Segismundo: personajes en busca de su papel dramático en La vida es sueño." Foro sobre Calderón de la Barca (Celebración del 4º Centenario de su Nacimiento). Universidad de las Américas. Puebla, Mexico. 14 November 2000.  By invitation.
    56. "Run Lola Run, the Internet, and Nietzsche's Theory of Eternal Recurrence." A special session on Film at the Millennium: New Directions, New Technologies, Seventh Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI). University of Bergen. Bergen, Norway. 17 August 2000.
    57. "Los monólogos de Segismundo en La vida es sueño de Calderón." Congreso Internacional en celebración del IV Centenario del nacimiento de Calderón. Universidad de Navarra. Pamplona, Spain. 19 September 2000.
    58. "Doña Leonor de Almeida y el furor uterino en A secreto agravio, secreta venganza de Pedro Calderón de la Barca." Pamplona, Spain. 28 March 2000.
    59. "Affectio maritalis, matrimonia iniusta y repulsa en El médico de su honra de Calderón." XII Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón. Leipzig, Germany. 17 July 1999.
    60. "Revolaración del 'Soldado Rebelde' en La vida es sueño de Calderón." 8th Annual Charles F. Fraker Conference. Ann Arbor, Michigan. 27 March 1999. Keynote speech. By invitation.
    61. "El 'soldado rebelde' de La vida es sueño: un problema de recepción crítica." Octavo Congreso Internacional de la Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro. Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. 3-6 March 1999.
    62. "Trials." Division on Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Spanish Drama. Modern Language Asssociation. San Francisco, California. 29 December 1998. 
    63. "La visión mítica de Arturo Ripstein: La mujer del puerto." Special session on Film and Hispanic Narratives. Pacific & Ancient Modern Language Association. Claremont, California. 7 November 1998.
    64. "Pasolini's Salò Revisited: Scatological Vision, Politics, and Postmodernism." Sixth Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI). Haifa, Israel. 16-21 August 1998.
    65. "Aspectos médico-legales respecto a El médico de su honra de Calderón." VII Congreso de la Asociación de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro: "Dramaturgia e Ideología." Almería, Spain. 2 March 1998.
    66. "La cura de doña Mencía en El médico de su honra de Calderón."  II Congreso Internacional Extraordinario de la AITENSO: "Relaciones y correspondencias entre el teatro peninsular y novohispano."  Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla. Puebla, Mexico. 17 October 1997.
    67. "Ana Bolena en el teatro hispano del viejo y del nuevo mundo." Pacific & Ancient Modern Language Association. San Jose, California. 7-9 November 1997. 
    68. "La enfermedad y la cura de doña Mencía en El médico de su honra de Calderón." Tercer Congreso Nacional "Letras del Siglo de Oro Español," Buenos Aires, 17 al 20 de septiembre de 1997. Buenos Aires, Argentina. 20 September 1997.
    69. "Recursos retóricos usados en los autos inspirados en parábolas y relatos evangélicos: El tesoro escondido." Congreso Internacional sobre el Auto Sacramental. Pamplona, Spain. 1 March 1997. By invitation.
    70. "Ana Bolena." VI Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro. Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. 4 March 1997.
    71. "The Complete Comedia." MLA, Division on Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Spanish Drama. Washington, D.C. 30 December 1996.
    72. "The Representation of Desire in Contemporary Spanish Cinema." Fifth Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI). Utrecht, The Netherlands. 19-24 August 1996.
    73. "Los monólogos de los monarcas en Calderón." XI Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón. University of Saint Andrews. Saint Andrews, Fife, Scotland. 17-20 July 1996.
    74. "Father, Redeemer, Seducer, Scapegoat, and Victim: Aspects of the Masculine Ethos in the Spanish Theater of the Golden Age."  Renaissance Society of America Conference. Bloomington, Indiana. 17-21 April 1996.
    75. "The Representation of Women's Desire(s) in the Films of Almodóvar." Second Annual Conference on Women in Film: Constructing a New Reality. The University of Oklahoma. Norman, Oklahoma. 27-28 March 1996.
    76. "Las Mencías."  Teoría y praxis del personaje. V Congreso Internacional de la Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro. Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. 6-9 March 1996.
    77. "La representación del deseo masculino en La última noche que pasé contigo de Mayra Montero." Fifth Annual Conference on Ibero-American Culture and Society: Latin American Women Writers - Discourse on/of the Feminine. Albuquerque, New Mexico. 8-10 February 1996.
    78. "La puesta en escena de una obra de regicidio en los siglos XVIII-XIX." Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association.  Santa Barbara, California. 2 November 1995.
    79. "Lorenzo Garc?a y el teatro valenciano del barroco tardío español." IV Congreso Internacional de la Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro. Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. 10 March 1995.
    80. "Contaminación y purificación en El alcalde de Zalamea." Modern Language Association: "Rito y celebración en el teatro del Siglo de Oro" Session of the 16th- and 17th-Century Spanish Drama Division. San Diego, California. 28 December 1994.
    81. "Canibalismo simbólico en La vida es sueño." Philological Association of the Pacific Coast. San Francisco, California. 5 November 1994.
    82. "El baño de Caupolicán en el teatro áureo de la conquista de Chile." Congreso Internacional sobre Mira de Amescua y el Teatro Español del Siglo XVII. Granada, Spain. 28 October 1994. By invitation.
    83. "Alcaldes, alcaldillos y alcaldotes en el teatro áureo español." Seminario Internacional Teatro del Siglo de Oro Español. Murcia, Spain. 25 October 1994. By invitation.
    84. "El alcalde de Zalamea y la comedia de villanos." III Congreso Internacional de la Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro. Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. 15 March 1994.
    85. "Bandos and Tumultos in the Political Theater of the Golden Age." Modern Language Association: Session on Subversion in the Comedia: Politics, History, Genre, 16th- and 17th- Century Spanish Drama Division. Toronto, Canada. 29 December 1993.
    86. "El rey Basilio y el discurso del poder." Décimo Congreso Anglogermano Sobre Calderón. Passau, Germany. 19 July 1993.
    87. "La conquista de Chile en el teatro español del Siglo de Oro." Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. March, 1993. 
    88. "The Iberian Encounter of America in the Spanish Theater of the Golden Age." Special session on "The Comedia and Discovery."  Philological Asssociation of the Pacific Coast. San Diego, California. 13 November 1992.
    89. "Significantes pospuestos en Fuenteovejuna." First Annual Symposium of the Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro. Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. 18 March 1992.
    90. "The Comedia: Genre of Exclusion and Inclusion." Special session on The Spanish Baroque Comedia: Genre of Contrasts. Midwest Modern Language Association. Chicago. 15 November 1991.
    91. "Hacia una revaluación del término Comedia." América y el Teatro del Siglo de Oro Symposium. Mexico City, Mexico. 5 October 1991.
    92. "Erasing the Signifier: Phallologocentric Tactics of Repression in Calderón's Honor Plays."  Eleventh Annual Golden Age Spanish Drama Symposium. El Paso, Texas. 13 March 1991.
    93. "The Recovery of the Imaginary in the Honor Plays of Calderón." Tenth Annual Golden Age Spanish Drama Symposium. Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. 14 March 1990.
    94. "The Recovery of the Feminine in Calderón." Mid-West Modern Language Association. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 5 November 1989.
    95. "An Actantial Model of the Supernatural in the Political Theater of the Golden Age." Ninth Golden Age Spanish Drama Symposium. El Paso, Texas. March 1989.
    96. "Theories of Regicide in Counter-Reformation Spain: Soto, Mariana, Suárez." Special session on Revolt, Regicide, and Statecraft in Counter-Reformation Spain, Modern Language Association Convention. New Orleans, Louisiana. 27 December 1988.
    97. "The Historical Tragedy of the Golden Age." Modern Language Association Convention, 16th- and 17th-Century Drama Division. New Orleans, Louisiana. 28 December 1988.
    98. "The Political Uses of the Supernatural in the Spanish Theater of the Golden Age." Mid-West Modern Language Association. St. Louis, Missouri. 4 November 1988.
    99. "A Semiotic Reading of Los cabellos de Absalón." Eight Golden Age Spanish Drama Symposium. El Paso, Texas. 10 March 1988.
    100. "Beginning, Recasting, and Proliferation of the Comedia: Hados y lados hacen dichosos y desdichados (Anon.)." Modern Language Association Convention, 16th- and 17th-Century Drama Division. Los Angeles, California. 29 December 1987.
    101. "La imagen del rey tirano en el teatro calderoniano." Octavo Coloquio Anglogermano Sobre Calderón. Bochum, West Germany.  16 July 1987.
    102. "Hegel's and Schopenhauer's Reflections on the Tragic in Calderón." Center for Twentieth-Century Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 1 May 1987.
    103. "The Political Comedia of Regicide (1582-1671)." Modern Language Association Convention, 16th- and 17th-Century Drama Division. Chicago, Illinois. 29 December 1985.
    104. "Tirso de Molina, Calderón, and the comedia compuesta of the Golden Age." First International Symposium on Tirso de Molina.  Washington, D.C. 22 November 1985. 
    105. "History, Drama, Commentary: Los cabellos de Absalón." North East Modern Language Association Convention. Hartford, Connecticut. 29 March 1985.
    106. "The Use and Abuse of History in the Spanish Theater of the Golden Age." Modern Language Association Convention, 16th- and 17th-Century Drama Division. Los Angeles, California. 28 December 1982. 
    107. "Juan de la Cueva and the Question of Regicide." 32nd Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference. Winston-Salem, North Carolina. 8 October 1982.
    108. "Doña Mencía's Guilt in El médico de su honra." Sixth Philological Association of the Carolinas. Columbia, South Carolina. 6 March 1982.
    109. "A Reexamination of Don Gutierre." International Congress in Honor of D. Pedro Calderón de la Barca. Lincoln, Nebraska. 18 October 1981.

    LECTURES:

    1. "Santiago de Cali y Popayán, Colombia (Sudamérica)." Father Stanley Rother Hispanic Cultural Institute. Norman, OK. 8 April 2014. 
    2. "The Concept of Honor in the Spanish Middle Ages." OU Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Norman, OK. 4 March 2014.
    3. "Anti-Semitic Slurs in Golden Age Spain." Judaic Studies (JUST) Faculty Luncheon Series. The University of Oklahoma. Norman, OK. 6 November 2013.
    4. "Santa Fe and Taos: Roads to Heaven." Father Stanley Rother Cultural Institute. Norman, OK. 13 November 2012.
    5. "Santa Fe and Taos: Roads to Heaven." Father Stanley Rother Cultural Institute. Norman, OK. 6 November 2012.
    6. "The Viceroyalty of New Granada (Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador) Today." Father Stanley Rother Cultural Institute.  Norman, OK. 2 October 2012. 
    7. "The Viceroyalty of New Granada (Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador) Today." Father Stanley Rother Cultural Institute.  Norman, OK. 27 March 2012. 
    8. "The Viceroyalty of New Granada (Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador) Today." Father Stanley Rother Cultural Institute.  Norman, OK. 13 March 2012. 
    9. "El Escorial: Home, Office, Monastery, and Pantheon of the Spanish Habsburgs." A presentation for the Instituto Cultural Hispánico Hispanic Cultural Institute (HCI). Parish Center of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Norman, OK. 12 October 2010. 
    10. "Sacred Baroque Art in Spain and America." A presentation for the Instituto Cultural Hispánico Hispanic Cultural Institute (HCI). Parish Center of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Norman, OK. 21 April 2009.  <http://hculturalinstitute.blogspot.com/>.
    11. "The Spiritual Conquest of America." The Hispanic Cultural Institute (HCI). Parish Center of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Norman, OK. 7 October 2008.
    12. "Spanish Imperialism in the Age of Discovery." Kappa Gamma Epsilon Honor Society. Norman, Oklahoma. 18 November 1999.
    13. "Baltasar Gracián, S.J., and The Art of Worldly Wisdom." Kappa Gamma Epsilon Honor Society Reading Circle. Borders Bookstore. Norman, Oklahoma. 22 April 1997.
    14. "Taxonomy of the Comedia." The University of Oklahoma Faculty Colloquia Series. Norman, Oklahoma. 16 February 1995.
    15. "Rhetorical Strategies of Power in Calderón's La vida es sueño." The University of Oklahoma Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Norman, Oklahoma. 1 December 1994.
    16. "The Encounter between America and Iberian Europe in the Spanish Theater of the Golden Age." Reflections on the Columbian Encounter. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Center for Latin America. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 5 March 1992.
    17. "Insights on the Encounter of Columbus from a Latin American Perspective." Rediscovery and Truth, 1492-1992. Cardinal Stritch College. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 18 February 1992.
    18. "The New Historicism and the Spanish Theater of the Golden Age (Fuenteovejuna)."  University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Foreign Languages and Literatures Program. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 11 February 1992.
    19. "The Encounter of Two Worlds." Keynote speaker at El Club Español de Milwaukee. Milwaukee, WI. 25 January 1992. 
    20. "El concepto del honor." Homestead High School. Mequon, Wisconsin. 31 October 1991.
    21. "En busca del Siglo de Oro por tierras de España y Portugal." La Asociación de Amigos de la Lengua Española. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 19 September 1987.
    22. "Visita al Prado." La Asociación de Amigos de la Lengua Española. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 18 April 1987.
    23. "La imagen del rey tirano en el teatro español del Siglo de Oro." La Asociación de Amigos de la Lengua Española. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 15 February 1986.
    24. "La  muerte del rey don Sancho en tres dramas del Siglo de Oro." La Asociación de Amigos de la Lengua Española. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 15 December 1984.

    PANELS:

    1. Pasto, David, A. Robert Lauer, and Christopher Weimer. "Realizing a Dream: The Oklahoma City Theatre Company's 2004 Production of Life Is a Dream." Roundtable Discussion.  panish Golden Age Theater Symposium. El Paso, Texas. 4 March 2005.
    2. "Sesión de AITENSO y teatro breve." A special session of the Congreso Internacional sobre Mira de Amescua y el Teatro Español del Siglo de Oro. Granada, Spain. 28 October 1994. 
    3. "Gender Studies and the Spanish Theater in the Golden Age." A special session of the 1993 Annual Philological Association of the Pacific Coast. Seattle, Washington. 5 November 1993 (organizer and chair).
    4. "Feminist Approaches to the Comedia." A special session of the Mid-West Modern Language Association. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 5 November 1989 (organizer and presenter).
    5. "Revolt, Regicide, and Statecraft in Counter-Reformation Spain." A special session of the Modern Language Association. New Orleans, Louisiana. 27 December 1988 (organizer, presenter, and chair).
    6. "History  and Drama in the Spanish Theater of the Golden Age." Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. Lexington, Kentucky. April, 1985 (organizer and chair).

    PRESENTATIONS, DEMONSTRATIONS, WORKSHOPS, AND CONFERENCE PLANNING:
     

    1. "How to Apply Critical Theory to your Writing." The 2016 Chair's Professional Development Workshop, hosted by Kappa Gamma Epsilon. Norman, Oklahoma. 8 September 2016. 
    2. "La primera edición crítica y anotada de El tesoro escondido, auto sacramental tardío de don Pedro Calderón de la Barca." Book presentation for Tierra Tinta 8th Annual Conference on Latin American, Spanish, and Luso-Brazilian Literatures. The University of Oklahoma. Norman, Oklahoma. 11 October 2012.
    3. Invited presenter for a Professional Development Workshop on "CVs and Cover Letters," sponsored by Kappa Gamma Epsilon, OU's Modern Language Honor Society. The University of Oklahoma. Norman, OK. 4 October 2012.
    4. "MLA Workshop." Open to MLLL undergraduate and graduate students. The University of Oklahoma. Norman, OK.  20 April 2007.
    5. Presenter and discussant for the 28th Siglo de Oro Drama Festival. Chamizal National Memorial Auditorium. El Paso, Texas. 28 February-9 March 2003.
    6. Books that Inspire Exhibit. The University of Oklahoma Libraries. Bizzell Memorial Library. Norman, Oklahoma. April, 2001. 
    7. "Introduction to Paul Leduc Rosenzweig's Frida: naturaleza viva." Screening the Self: (Auto)Biography and Film Festival.  Norman, OK. 23 May 2000.
    8. Prepared three workshops for graduate students in the following areas: Pedagogy, Kant's Aesthetics, and Jean Baudrillard (Fall, 1998).
    9. Prepared three workshops for graduate students in the following areas: Writing Research Papers, Using MLA Guidelines, Aristotle's Poetics (Fall and Spring, 1997-98).
    10. Karriker, A. Heidi and A. Robert Lauer. Assisted in the planning for the Third Annual Women in Film Conference, "Women on the Edge: Film into the  Twenty-First Century." The University of Oklahoma. Norman, OK. 26-28 March 1997.
    11. Discussant for the film Amantes (Lovers), by Vicente Aranda, at the "Cine de Pasión: Contemporary Latino Cinema" festival. The University of Oklahoma. Norman, OK. 4 April 1997.
    12. "Reading Baroque Poetry." AP (Advanced Placement) demonstration for high school teachers. Madison, WI. 19 June 1996.
    13. "Introduction to Pedro Almodóvar's Dark Habits (Entre tinieblas)." The Other Film Club. Norman, OK. 14 April 1995.
    14. "Using Video to Encourage Critical Thinking." Second Post-Lilly Teaching Fellows Retreat. University of Wisconsin-Parkside. 24 September 1994.
    15. "The Use of Video and Critical Thinking." Wisconsin Teaching Fellows Summer Institute. Madison, WI. 28 July 1994.
    16. I developed and partially filmed three three-hour workshops for UWM TA's and Lecturers on 22 January, 29 January, and 12 February, and again on 30 August, 31 August, and 1 September 1993 on how to conduct an oral proficiency interview (OPI), how to introduce writing in language courses, how to facilitate student-centered pair-work activities, how to use various communicative strategies, computer assisted instruction (CAI), and how to use music and video for testing purposes.  UWM lecturers, local high school teachers and one of the textbook authors participated in these demonstrations.
    17. "Descubrimiento, conquista, encuentro, ¿qué?" Round table discussion for Spanish 373 course: Español para profesores de español.  University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Milwaukee, WI. 22 June 1992.
    18. Keynote speaker for Brookfield High School Sigma Delta Pi Spanish Honor Student Society initiation. Milwaukee, WI. 3 November 1992.
    19. Video presentation on how to create student skits for special Spanish 373 course: Español para profesores de español.  University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Milwaukee, WI. 24 June 1991.
    20. Video Workshop for the UWM Department of Spanish and Portuguese on Sexual Harassment. Milwaukee, WI. 10 April 1991.
    21. Oral presentation on UWM policies on Sexual Harassment for UWM Department of Fine Arts. Milwaukee, WI. 26 April 1991.
    22. "Francisco Franco and the Spanish Civil War," followed by the film Caudillo, UWM, Milwaukee, WI. 16 April 1987 (a public event).
    23. "Lope de Vega y Fuenteovejuna," followed by the film Fuenteovejuna. UWM. Milwaukee, WI. 11 May 1987 (a public event).
    24. "The Objectives of the Second Year Spanish Sequence at UWM," followed by a Demonstration of the Rassias Method. The University of Wisconsin Center. Madison, WI. 19 April 1986.
    25. "The Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)," followed by a film on the same topic. UWM. Milwaukee, WI. 14-16 April 1986 (a public event).
    26. "El auto sacramental calderoniano," followed by the film La vida es sueo. UWM. Milwaukee, WI. 7 April 1986 (a public event).
    27. "The Rassias Method and Its Applicability at Denison University." Denison University. Granville, OH. 8 February 1984.
    28. Faculty Demonstration of the First Lesson of the Lauer/Cash Contrastive Spanish CAI Lessons for the Introductory Intermediate Level (Computer demonstration using the GiGi color graphics terminal). Denison University. Granville, OH. 15 February 1984.
     
    TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
    Courses taught at OU (1994-present):

    Collaborative Student Projects and Educational Web Pages:

    1. Proyecto GarGón <in transitu>.
    2. Proyecto Cordeiro.
    3. Boscán and Garcilaso Sonnets.
    4. Raquel and the Enlightenment.
    5. Style.
    6. Spanish Versification.
    7. Rhetoric.


    I.  Literature:
         A.  Graduate level seminars (taught in Spanish):
    1. Spanish 5603: Literature of the Spanish Renaissance and the Early Golden Age (Spring 2000, Spring 2006, Spring 2013).
    2. Spanish 5203: Prose Fiction of Cervantes-Don Quijote (Fall 1996, Spring 1999, Spring 2005).
    3. Spanish 5930: Golden Age Poetry (Fall 1995).
    4. Spanish 5353: Renaissance and Baroque Drama (Spring 1995, Spring 1998, Spring 2004, Spring 2010).
    5. Spanish 5623: Renaissance and Baroque Poetry (Spring 2002, Spring 2016). 
    6. Spanish 5673: Eighteenth-Century Literature (Spring 2003).
    7. Spanish 5683: Modern Peninsular Prose (Spring 2009).

         B.  Undergraduate level courses (taught in Spanish):
    1. Spanish 4183: Spanish Capstone: Contemporary Hispanic Theater (Fall 2003, 2009, 2011, Spring 2016).
    2. Spanish 4990: Spanish Capstone: Don Quijote (Spring 1998). 
    3. Spanish 4990: Spanish Capstone: Renaissance and Baroque Poetry (Fall 1998).
    4. Spanish 4183: Spanish Capstone: The Spanish Comedia (Fall 2002).
    5. Spanish 4153: Survey of Spanish Literature to 1700 (every Fall since 1997). 
    6. Spanish 4163: Survey of Contemporary Spanish Literature (every Spring since 1996).
    7. Spanish 4313: Spanish Civilization (Spring 1996, Spring 1997, Spring 2004).
    8. Spanish 3853: Readings in Spanish Literature (Spring 2010).


    II.  Aesthetics and Rhetoric:
          A.  Graduate level seminars (taught in English):
    1. Modern Languages and Literatures (MLLL) 5073: Contemporary Literary Criticism (Spring 1996). 
    2. Modern Languages and Literatures (MLLL) 5063: Early Literary Criticism (Fall 2003, Fall 2006, Fall 2008, Fall 2010):

    3. Spanish 5990: Graduate Independent Study (Early Literary Criticism [Fall 1998]).


    III.  Language:
          A.  Undergraduate level courses (taught in Spanish):
    1. Spanish 3423: Advanced Spanish Composition (Spring/Fall 1995, Fall 1996, Spring 1997, Fall 2001, Spring 2003).
    2. Spanish 3073: Spanish Conversation (Spring 1995).
    3. Spanish 2113: Spanish Reading (Fall 1994). 


    IV.  Aaesthetics and Rhetoric (General Education Requirement):
           A.  Undergraduate level courses (taught in English):
    1. MLLL 4063: Early Literary Criticism (variable topic) [Fall 2008, Fall 2009]


    V.  Cinema Studies (taught in English):
    1. Film and Video Studies (FVS) 3843: Topics in National Cinemas: Latin American Cinema (Fall 2002).
    2. Film and Video Studies (FVS) 3243 / Modern Languages and Literatures 3000: Hispanic Cinema (Fall 2004).


    VI.  Continuing Education:
    1. Modern Languages and Literatures (MLLL) 3000: Contemporary Hispanic Cinema: Almodóvar, Bemberg, Buñuel, Saura, and others (Winter intersession 1995).


    Courses taught at UWM (1984-1994):
    Literature:
    Graduate seminars (taught in Spanish):
    1. Spanish 765: Seminar in Twentieth Century Literature: "The Hispanic Novel of Dictatorship" (Spring, 1993).
    2. Spanish 753: Seminar in Siglo de Oro Literature: "The Spanish-American Encounter in History and Drama" (Spring, 1992).
    3. Spanish 753: Seminar in Siglo de Oro Literature: "Lope de Vega."  Graduate seminar (Spring, 1990).
    4. Spanish 753: Seminar in Siglo de Oro Literature: "Calderón" (Spring, 1986).


    Graduate seminars (co-taught in English):
    1. For.Lit.702: Seminar in Literary Forms: "Drama."  (Spring, 1991).
    2. For.Lit.702: Seminar in Literary Forms: "Comedy."  (Spring, 1989).


    Graduate/undergraduate courses:
    1. Spanish 521: The Spanish American Novel ("Novela del dictador") [Fall 1993].
    2. Spanish 502: The Literature of a Spanish American Country or Region: "The Conquest of Mexico" (Fall, 1992).
    3. Spanish 499: Contemporary Spanish American Novel in Translation ("Dictators and Dictatorships in the Contemporary Latin American Novel") [Summer 1994].  Taught in English.
    4. Spanish 473: Contemporary Hispanic Theater (Spring, 1986). 
    5. Spanish 436: Don Quijote (Fall, 1986; Fall 1988). 
    6. Spanish 435: Cervantes's Early Works (excluding Don Quijote) [Spring 1994].
    7. Spanish 434: Studies in Golden Age Poetry (Summer, 1992).
    8. Spanish 433: Golden Age Drama (Spring, 1985; Fall, 1991).
    9. Spanish 432: Studies in Golden Age Prose: "Moral and Didactic Literature" (Spring, 1993).
    10. Spanish 431: "Tragedy and Metatheater in the Golden Age" (Spring 88).
    11. Spanish 431: "Kingship and Tyranny in the Golden Age" (Spring 1987).
    12. Spanish 423: The Renaissance in Spain (Fall 1993).
    13. Spanish 421: Medieval Literature (Fall, 1992).
    14. Spanish 411: Advanced Survey of Spanish Literature (Spring 1994).


    Undergraduate courses:
    1. Spanish 301: Elementary Survey of Spanish Literature (Fall, 1985; Fall 1988; Spring 1989; Fall 1991).


    Literature Courses in Translation (taught in English): Graduate Seminars:
    1. For.Lit.702: Seminar in Literary Forms: "Drama" (Spring 1991).  V. supra.
    2. For.Lit.702: Seminar in Literary Forms: "Comedy" (Spring 1989).  V. supra.


    Graduate/undergraduate courses:
    1. Spanish 499: Contemporary Spanish American Novel in Translation (Summer 1994).  V. supra.


    Language: Undergraduate courses:
    1. Spanish 310: Composition and Conversation (Fall, Spring 1986).
    2. Spanish 215: Grammar Review, Composition, and Conversation (Sp 92). 
    3. Spanish 204: Fourth Semester Spanish (Spring, 1985).
    4. Spanish 203: Third Semester Spanish (Fall 84, Spring, Fall 85).
    5. Spanish 111: Intensive Course-Spoken Spanish II (Fall 1989, Spring 1989, Spring 1991, Spring 1992).
    6. Spanish 110: Intensive Course-Spoken Spanish I (Summer 1987; Fall,  Summer 1988; Spring, Summer 1989, Fall 1991).
     
    ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:

    Professional Service: 
    General Editor of Ibérica, a monograph series on the theater of the Renaissance and the Baroque in Spain, Portugal, and Colonial Ibero-America, published by Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., an International firm with branches in Bern, Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin, Paris, New York, Chicago, and San Francisco (by invitation from the publisher {originally for a ten year contract}).  The editorial board consists of scholars from the US, Spain, Mexico, Germany, Ireland, and Canada.  To date the following books have been published: 

    1. Calderón. The Imagery of Tragedy, by Charlene Suscavage. Ibérica 1. New York: Peter Lang, 1991.
    2. Tirso de Molina. La vida y muerte de Herodes/The Life and Death of Herod. A Christmas Tragedy and Epiphany, by Frederick H. Fornoff. Ibérica 2. New York: Peter Lang, 1991.
    3. The Book of Tales by A.B.C., by John E. Keller, L. Clark Keating, and Eric M. Furr, eds. Ibérica 3. New York: Peter Lang, 1992.
    4. El teatro del México colonial: Época misionera, by Jerry M. Williams. Ibérica 4. New York: Peter Lang, 1992.
    5. The Political Theater of Early Seventeenth-Century Spain, with Special Reference to Juan Ruiz de Alarcón, by Cynthia Leone Halpern. Ibérica 6. New York: Peter Lang, 1993.
    6. Sarmiento de frente y perfil, by William H. Katra. Ibérica 7. New York: Peter Lang, 1993.
    7. Francisco de Rojas Zorrilla, Progne y Filomena, by Alfredo Rodríguez and Saúl E. Roll-Vélez. Ibérica 8. New York: Peter Lang, 1994.
    8. Pedro Calderón de la Barca's The Fake Astrologer, by Max Oppenheimer, Jr. Ibérica 9. New York: Peter Lang, 1994.
    9. Pecularidades estilísticas de Fernão Lopes, by Julio López-Arias. Ibérica 10. New York: Peter Lang, 1993.
    10. El mito de Edipo en la tragedia barroca española. Alejandro Arboreda: No hay resistencia a los hados, by Pasqual Mas i Usó and Javier Vellón Lahoz. Ibérica 5. New York: Peter Lang, 1995.
    11. Three Plays by Moreto and Their Adaptation in France, by Hilda Rissel. Ibérica 11. New York: Peter Lang, 1995.
    12. Art and Faith in Tridentine Spain (1545-1690), by Alain Saint Saëns. Ibérica 14. New York: Peter Lang, 1995.
    13. Blas Fernández de Mesa, La fundadora de la Santa Concepción: Comedia en dos partes, edición, introducción y notas de Nancy K. Mayberry. Ibérica 15. New York: Peter Lang, 1996.
    14. Cantores del Corpus Christi. Antología de poesía lírica toledana, by Elizabeth Wilhemsen. Ibérica 13. New York: Peter Lang, 1996.
    15. Textos y contextos en torno al tema de la espada y la cruz en tres crónicas novelescas: Cautiverio feliz, El carnero, Infortunios de Alonso Ramírez, by Norma Hernández de Ross. Ibérica 12. New York: Peter Lang, 1996.
    16. La mujer en el contexto epistolar poético del Siglo de Oro, by Olga M. Muñiz. Ibérica 19. New York: Peter Lang, 1996.
    17. Medieval Iberia. Essays on the History and Literature of Medieval Spain, by Donald J. Kagay and Joseph T. Snow, eds. Ibérica 25. New York: Peter Lang, 1997.
    18. Félix Lope de Vega's Los españoles en Flandes: A Critical Edition, by Veronica M. Sauter, ed. Ibérica 17. New York: Peter Lang, 1997.
    19. The House of Trials: A Translation of Los empeños de una casa by Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, by David Pasto, trans. Ibérica 21. New York: Peter Lang, 1997.
    20. Hispanic Essays in Honor of Frank C. Casa, by A. Robert Lauer and Henry W. Sullivan, eds. Ibérica 20. New York: Peter Lang, 1997. Sold out in 1999. Second printing in 1999.
    21. La comedia hagiográfica del Siglo de Oro español, by Elma Dassbach. Ibérica 22. New York: Peter Lang, 1997.
    22. Las sergas de Esplandián y la España de los Reyes Católicos: Pensamiento y literatura, by Susan C. Giráldez. Ibérica 16. New York: Peter Lang, 2003.
    23. The Re-Creation of History in the Fernando and Isabel Plays of Lope de Vega, by DeLys Ostlund. Ibérica 18. New York: Peter Lang, 1997.
    24. La vida de Lazarillo de Tormes, y de sus fortunas y adversidades, ed. by Félix Carrasco. Ibérica 23. New York: Peter Lang, 1997.
    25. Coherence in Thirteenth-Century "Cuaderna Vía" Poetry: The "Libro de Alexandre" and the "Libro de Apolonio", by Esther M. Martínez. Ibérica 26. New York: Peter Lang, forthcoming.
    26. "La silva curiosa" de Julián de Medrano: estudio y edición crítica, by Mercedes Alcalá-Galán. Ibérica 27. New York: Peter Lang, 1998.
    27. The Beautiful Woman in the Theater of Lope de Vega: Ideology and Mythology of Female Beauty in Seventeenth-Century Spain, by Marlene K. Smith. Ibérica 28. New York: Peter Lang, 1998.
    28. Family Matters. A Study of On- and Off-Stage Marriage and Family Relations in Seventeenth-Century Spain, by Darci L. Strother. Ibérica 29. New York: Peter Lang, 1999.
    29. De diis gentium. Tradición clásica y cultura medieval, by Francisco Crosas López. Ibérica 30. New York: Peter Lang, 1998.
    30. Rebels with a Cause. Adam and Eve in Modern Spanish Literature, by Bruce A. Boggs. Ibérica 24. New York: Peter Lang, 1998.
    31. Love in the "corral": Conjugal Spirituality and Anti-theatrical Polemic in Early Modern Spain, by Thomas Austin O'Connor.  Ibérica 31. New York: Peter Lang, 2000.
    32. Wit's End: An Adaptation of Lope de Vega's La dama boba, by Edward H. Friedman. Ibérica 32. New York: Peter Lang, 2000.
    33. Lope de Vega and the Comedia de Santos, by Robert R. Morrison. Ibérica 33. New York: Peter Lang, 2000.
    34. El nuevo mundo descubierto por Cristóbal Colón / The New World Discovered by Christopher Columbus, by Robert M. Shannon.  Ibérica 34. New York: Peter Lang, 2001.
    35. Pero López de Ayala's Rimado de palacio, edition, introduction and notes by H. Salvador Martínez. Ibérica 35. New York: Peter Lang, 2000.
    36. Calderón: innovación y legado. Actas selectas del IX Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro, en colaboración con el Grupo de Investigación Siglo de Oro de la Universidad de Navarra (Pamplona, 27 al 29 de marzo de 2000), by Ignacio Arellano and Germán Vega García-Luengos (eds.). Ibérica 36. New York: Peter Lang, 2001. 
    37. Anatomía y escenificación: La representación del cuerpo humano en el teatro de Calderón de la Barca, by Patricia A. Marshall.  Ibérica 37. New York: Peter Lang, 2003.
    38. Escenas en conflicto: el teatro español e italiano desde los márgenes del Barroco, by Marcella Salvi. Ibérica 38. New York: Peter Lang, 2005. 
    39. Sor Juana/Música: How  the Décima Musa Composed, Practiced, and Imagined Music, by Pamela H. Long. Ibérica 39. New York: Peter Lang, 2009.
    40. Amistades peligrosas: El discurso homoerótico en el teatro de Lope de Vega, by Julio González-Ruiz. Ibérica 40. New York: Peter Lang, 2009.
    41. Los poderes de la palabra: el improperio en la cultura hispánica del Siglo de Oro, ed. Carmela Pérez-Salazar, Cristina Tabernero, and Jesús María Usunáriz. Ibérica 41. New York: Peter Lang, 2013.
    42. Tradición e innovación en las Novelas a Marcia Leonarda de Lope de Vega, by María Ángeles Fernández-Cifuentes. Ibérica 42. New York: Peter Lang, 2013.
    43. El juramento ante Dios, y lealtad contra el amor. By Jacinto Cordeiro. A modern and critical edition by Jaime Cruz-Ortiz. Ibérica 43. New York: Lang, 2014.
    44. Prismatic Reflections on Spanish Golden Age Theater: Essays in Honor of Matthew D. Stroud. By Gwyn E. Campbell and Amy R. Williamsen. Ibérica 44. New York: Lang, 2016.

    Consultant:

    1. External reviewer of a EUR 30,000.00 renewable grant for the Austrian Academy of Sciences (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften [Vienna, Austria]).  July 2011.
    2. 4 Aug. 2009: I was invited by the Ottawa, ON, Canada Foundation for Innovation / Fondation canadienne pour l'innovation (CFI) to be an external grant assessor for a project on The CulturePlex: A Lab for the Study of Cultural Complexity for the Leaders Opportunity Fund (LOF).  With regrets, I declined, for lack of time. 
    3. External assessor  for a $247,533.00 grant administered by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada / Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada (Ottawa, ON).  Jan., 2008.
    4. Academic assessor of the MA and PhD Programs in Hispanic Studies at The University of Western Ontario, London, ON, Canada (March, 2005).
    5. Reviewer of the Department of Romance Languages Program at Binghamton University, State University of New York, Binghamton, NY (9-10 Nov. 2006).
    6. Elected member of the Modern Language Association Executive Committee of the Division on Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Spanish Drama (2001-2005). Secretary for the Division in 2003; Chair in 2004. Previous nominations in 1991 and 1992.
    7. Member of the Comisión Científica of the VIII CINDAC (Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Cervantistas) [2012].
    8. Member of the Comisión Editorial of the VIII CINDAC (Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Cervantistas) [2012].
    9. Member of the Editorial Board of the Bulletin of the Comediantes (1999-present).
    10. Member of the Advisory Board (Consejo asesor) of Anuario Calderoniano (University of Navarra, Spain) [2008-Present].
    11. Elected Member of the Board (vocal) of the Asociación de Cervantistas (2009-2012).
    12. Member of the editorial board (Comité científico) of  the Spain-based Revista de Investigación Teatral Anagnórisis (2010-Present).
    13. Member of the editorial board (Comité científico) of Editorial Anagnórisis   (2011-2015).
    14. Member of the editorial board (Consejo científico) of Estudios Hispánicos (Uniwersytet Wroclawski [University of Wroclaw {Breslau}, Poland] {2011-present}).
    15. Member of the Advisory Board (Consejo asesor) of Arte Nuevo (Neuchâtel, Switzerland) [2012- ].
    16. Guest Editor: Romance Notes (2015), Hipogrifo (Spain) [2013], RILCE (Spain) [2012], Medievalia (Mexico) [2011], The European Legacy (Israel) [2011], Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America (US) [2010, 2011, 2012], Bucknell University Press (US) [2011], La corónica (US) [2009], Signos literarios (Mexico) [2009], Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos (Canada) [2008, 2016], Bulletin hispanique (2016), Revista de Estudios Hispánicos (2015, 2016), Revista Estudios (Venezuela) [2016].
    17. MLA Consultant for Margaret R. Greer and Laura Bass's Approaches to Teaching Golden Age Drama. 8 May 2001.
    18. Member of the Junta Directiva of AITENSO and elected Treasurer (1999-2001) of  the Mexico-based Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro (AITENSO).
    19. Web master for the Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro (AITENSO): 26 January 2000-6 August 2007 (36,804 visits).
    20. Web master for the Bulletin of the Comediantes (BCom) from 2004 to 2007.
    21. Web master for Coloquio Cervantes (a discussion forum coordinated with Kurt Reichenberger) [2005-Present].
    22. Web master for Coloquio Teatro de los Siglos de Oro (a discussion forum coordinated with Kurt Reichenberger) [2005-Present].
    23. MLA consultant for John J. Reynolds and Szilvia E. Szmuk's Spanish Golden Age Drama: An Annotated Bibliography of U.S. Doctoral Dissertations (1899-1992) with a Supplementary Checklist of Dissertations from Several Other Countries.
    24. Harcourt Brace College consultant to proofread Interacciones (4th ed.), a Spanish grammar book by Emily Spinelli ($231.50 honorarium paid on 9/18/2000).
    25. Elected by the Executive Committee of the Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Spanish Drama Division to be its representative at the Delegate Assembly of the Modern Language Association for 1993-95.
    26. Invited panelist for the 1994 Ford Foundation Predoctoral and Fellowship Program for Minorities, administered by The National Research Council, March 1994, Washington DC.
    27. Invited panelist for the 1993 Ford Foundation Predoctoral and Fellowship Program for Minorities, administered by The National Research Council, March 1993, Washington DC.
    28. Invited panelist for the 1992 Ford Foundation Predoctoral and Fellowship Program for Minorities, administered by The National Research Council, March 1992, Washington DC.
    29. Member of the Coordinating Committee of the XI Simposio de Teatro del Siglo de Oro, sponsored by The University of Texas-El Paso, the Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, El Chamizal National Memorial Theater of El Paso, Texas, and the Ayuntamiento Municipal de Ciudad Juárez, 1991.
    30. Executive Committee member of The Mexico-based Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro (AITENSO), 1992-1995.
    31. AITENSO [v. supra] Secretary, Program Director, and US, Canada, and Europe representative for this organization (elected for a three year term: 1992-1995).
    32. Advisory Board member of the Fondo Ruiz de Alarcón y el Teatro de su Tiempo, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa, Mexico City.
    33. Member of the Advisory Board of Mary Parker's Major Spanish Dramatists, to be published by Greenwood Publishing Group.
    34. Tenure review member for individuals at the following institutions: 1) Asst. Prof. at the U of Louisville, KY (promoted to Assoc. Prof.), 2) Asst. Prof. at St. Joseph's U (promoted to Assoc. Prof., 3) Asst. Prof. at Paterson U (promoted to Assoc. Prof.), 4) Asst. Prof. at Oakland U (1997) [promoted to Assoc. Prof.], 5). Asst. Prof. at The U of Western Ontario (promoted to Assoc. Prof.), 6) Asst. Prof. at Virginia Commonwealth U (promoted to Assoc. Prof.), 7) Assst. Prof. at the U of Delaware (promoted to Assoc. Prof.), 8) Asst. Prof. at the U of Arkansas (promoted to Assoc. Prof.), 9) Asst. Prof. at Tulane U (promoted to Assoc. Prof.), 10) Asst. Prof. at Franklin and Marhsall C (promoted to Assoc. Prof.. in 2009-2010), 11) Asst. Prof. at Bellarmine U (2010), 12) Asst. Prof. at Michigan State U (2010), 13) Asst. Prof. at University of Notre Dame (2013), 14) Asst. Prof. at West Virginia University (2013).
    35. Promotion review member for the following individuals: 1)  Assoc. Prof. at Brandeis U (promoted to Professor), 2) Assoc. Prof. at The U of Wisconsin-Milwakee (promoted to Professor), 3) Assoc. Prof. at Florida International U (promoted to Professor), 4) Assoc. Prof. at Oklahoma State U (promoted to Professor), 5) Prof. at The U of California, Santa Barbara (2010), 6) Assoc. Prof. at Georgia State University (2011), 7) Assoc. Prof. at Texas A & M (2012), 8) Assoc. Prof. at Virginia Commonwealth University (2013), 9) Assoc. Prof. at Texas Tech University (2014), 10) Assoc. Prof. at Dartmouth College) (2015).
    36. Review of a $158,051 peer research grant for the Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada, 12 February 1993.
    37. Mexican TV Interview (30'), along with theater director Felio Eliel, on the drama of Ruiz de Alarcón and Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz.  Mexico City. 2 October 1991.


    University Service:
    At The University of Oklahoma:
    1. Fall 2016-Spring 2017: College of Arts and Sciences Graduate College Academic Appeals Panel.
    2. Faculty Senate Humanities Area Representative for the College of Arts and Sciences (2009-2011).  Unanimous election by the Executive Committee.
    3. Appointed to the College of Arts and Sciences Tenure and Promotion Committee (1994-1995, 2010-2012, 2013-2014).
    4. Appointed by OU President David Boren to the Search Committee for the Director of World Literature Today (1997-1998).
    5. Elected to the College of Arts and Sciences Support of Teaching and Research  Committee (1994-95, Fall 2005, 2006-2007).
    6. Elected to the Faculty Appeals Board (1999-2003, 2009-2113).
    7. Chairman of the New Lab Committee (to update technically the OU LRC by 1997-1999; $125,000).
    8. Elected as Committee A member of the Film and Video Studies Program (1997-1999, 2008-2010).
    9. Member of the Film and Video Studies Membership Committee (2003-2004, 2005-2006).
    10. Member of the Film and Video Studies Curriculum Committee (2005-2006).
    11. Invited to become an affiliate faculty member of the International Programs Center (1997-2002).
    12. Appointed to the Language Learning Center Advisory Committee (2008-2009, 2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2012-2013).
    13. Appointed to the Course and Catalogue Committee (1995-1996, 1999-2001, 2002-2003).
    14. Appointed to the Course and Curriculum Committee (spring 2016).
    15. Appointed to the Department of Modern Languages Scholarship Committee (1994-1995; spring 2016).
    16. Appointed Library Liaison for the MLLL Dept. (2001).
    17. Appointed to the OU Parking Violation Appeals Committee (2010-2012).
    18. Faculty Advisor for The Other Film Club (2010-2011).
    19. Exploratory Committee for the BA Reform in Spanish (2012-2014). Chair in fall 2013-2014.
    20. Appointed member of the Ad hoc Committee on the Future of MLLL Graduate Programs (2012).
    21. Appointed Chair the Ad Hoc Committee on the State of US Language Departments (2010-2012).
    22. Chair of the MLLL Review (spring 2016).
    23. Appointed Faculty Mentor for Asst. Prof. of Japanese Yoshiko Fukushima (2001-2006).
    24. Appointed Faculty Mentor for Asst. Prof. of Spanish Nancy LaGreca (2004-).
    25. Apppointed Faculty Mentor for Asst. Prof. of Portuguese Paul Sneed (2004-2005).
    26. Member of the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program (since 1994).
    27. Member of the MLLL Departmental Committee (1997-1998, 2002-2003).
    28. Member of the Course and Curriculum Committee (2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2005-2006, fall 2013).
    29. Member of the Graduate Studies Committee (2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2006-2007, 2013-2014, spring 2016).
    30. Liaison to Graduate Advisor (2004-2005, 2005-2006).
    31. Member of the MLLL Academic Program Review Committee (2005-2006, 2013-2014).
    32. Elected Spanish Coordinator of the Spanish Section (2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2016-2017): SPANISH SECTION and SPANISH SECTION MEETINGS.
    33. Member of a Spanish Tenure-track Search Committee (2013-2014).
    34. Chair of an Unranked Term Second Year Spanish Coordinator Search Committee.
    35. Chair of Spanish Search # 12 (2003-2004), to hire two Latin-American scholars.
    36. Chair of Spanish Search # 74 (2006-2007), to hire a Spanish Peninsular scholar.
    37. Member of Spanish Search # 26 (2006-2007), to hire a Latin-American scholar.
    38. Chair of several PhD thesis committees: a) Amos A. Kasperek, "A Tirsian Theology of Angels: A Lay Person's Guide" (April, 2013); b) Matt Waldroop, "Between Laughter and Weeping: Justo medio in the Cartas marruecas of José Cadalso" (Jan. 2012); c) Jaime Cruz-Ortiz, "Jacinto Cordeiro's El juramento ante Dios y lealtad contra el amor: A Critical Edition" (April, 2009), d) Yolany E. Martínez-Mejía (2013-in transitu), e) Virginia Ramos (2013-in transitu).
    39. External member of a Ph.D. Thesis Committee in Hispanic Studies at McGill University (Montréal, Canada) for Ms. Hanaa A Walzer, "Entre narcisismo y agresividad: la construcción del musulmán en el  drama calderoniano" (2003).
    40. Member of several PhD thesis committees: Spanish: Samuel Manickam, "La representación del poder en la reciente novela latinoamericana del dictador" (2008); Luis Guillermo Bejarano, "Guillermo Valencia y su relación con el simbolismo francés" (1997) [revised and published in 1999 by Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., as Versatilidad y unidad estética en Guillermo Valencia a la luz del simbolismo francés]; Ms. Janet Livesey, "Trauma and Resistance in the Short Story Corpus of Ana María Matute: 1953-1962" (2011-2013); Ms. Beth Green-Nagle (5 April 2013- ); English: Abigail F. Keegan, "Contextualizing Byron's Homographic Signature: Explorations of His Other Self and Voice" (2001) [revised and published in 2003 by Peter Lang Publishing, Inc. as Byron's Othered Self and Voice: Contextualizing the Homographic Signature].
    41. Member of several PhD examination committees in  English and in Modern Languages.
    42. Member of numerous  MA examination committees in MLLL.
    43. Chair of two MA Thesis Committees: a) Stephanie Bates, "Performativity y Queerness en dos obras literarias del Siglo de Oro: Valor, agravio y mujer (1717-1728) de Ana Caro y El curioso impertinente (1605) de Miguel de Cervantes" (April, 2012); b) Matt C. Waldroop, "José Cadalso's Lugubrious Nights and the Agony of Romantic Grief" (2004-05) [published in 2008 by University Press of the South as José Cadalso's Lugubrious Nights and the Agony of Romantic Grief].
    44. Member of one interdisciplinary Special Degree MA Program in Sephardic Studies (History and Spanish).
    45. Member of an MA thesis committee in Sephardic Studies: Michal Rose Friedman, "The Portrayal of Jews and Jewish Themes in Iberian Golden Age Literature" (director, Prof. Norman Stillman, History Dept. and Sephardic Studies (1997).
    46. Chair of three Honors College BA theses: 1) Stephanie Bates, "'The Framed-novelle', una tradición olvidada: hacia una lectura de Aventurarse perdiendo de María de Zayas" (Spring, 2006); 2) Lauren A. Mace, "¿Quién se ríe ahora, y de qué" (a comparison of Bakhtin's and Bergson's theories of humor and their application to El libro de buen amor and Enrique Jardiel Poncela's Eloísa está debajo de un almendro) [Spring, 2005]; 3) Jennifer L. Walker, "El mayor castigo: el código social, la honra y la mujer en la trilogía rural de Federico García Lorca" (a study of the women characters in Lorca's rural tragedies) [Fall, 2005].
    47. Member of a Resident Teacher Assistance Committee (for Ms. Lisa Velasco), at Moore H.S., Moore, OK (2001-2002).
    48. Member of a Resident Teacher Assistance Committee (for Ms. Monica Austin), at Putnam H.S., Oklahoma City, OK (2002-2003).
    49. Member of a Resident Teacher Assistance Committee (for Ms. Wendy Toscani), at West Moore J. H. S., Moore, OK (2003-2004).
    50. Member of a Resident Teacher Assistance Committee (for Ms. Claudia Venturini), at Astec Charter H. S., Oklahoma City, OK (2005-2006).
    51. Member of a Resident Teacher Assistance Committee (for Ms. Isis Espino), at Monroney J. H. S., Midwest City, OK (2005-2006).
    52. Member of a Resident Teacher Assistance Committee (for Mr. Raúl Trejo), at Lexington H. S., Lexington, OK (2006-2007).
    53. Member of a Resident Teacher Assistance Committee (for Mr. Jeremy M. Lang), at Astec H. S., Oklahoma City, OK (2006-2007).


    At the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee:
    1. Member of the UWM College of Letters and Science Newberry Library Renaissance Center Advisory Committee, 1993-94.  Renewal of membership in 1994-95.
    2. Member of the Committee on Performance-Based Language Instruction (1992-93).
    3. Chairman of the Foreign Language Education Liaison Committee for 1989-90. Member since 1989. Renewal of membership in 1993-94.
    4. Spanish advisor for School of Education majors (Renewal in 1993-94).
    5. Replacement Member for the Advisory Committee for the Language Resource Center and the Simultaneous Interpretation Facility (1993-94).
    6. Member of the Assessment Committee for the Spanish and Portuguese Department (1993-94).
    7. Assisted in the interviewing process (to hire a linguist) at the MLA Convention in Toronto, Canada, in 1993.
    8. Assisted in the revision and drafting of language pedagogy portions of the Center for Latin America 1994-97 grant renewal for the Title VI Application to the US Department of Education ($279,671.00 funded).
    9. Member of the UWM Hispanic Council.
    10. Member of the Sexual Harassment Grievance Committee for 1990-92.
    11. Member of the Calendar Committee for 1989-91.
    12. Member of the Ad Hoc Academic Planning Committee for the Department of Spanish and Portuguese (1991).
    13. Service on MAFLL Program (Master of Foreign Languages and Literatures).
    14. Director of a 1989 MA thesis on "The Humors in Calderón's Honor Plays," by Ms. Sol Nazari-Zetley.
    15. Member of a 1993 MA thesis committee (chaired by Anthony Ciccone) on "A Comparison of Teachers' and Students' Attitudes Toward Foreign Language Teaching Methodologies" (Anthony Ciccone [main reader], A. Robert Lauer, and Fred  Eckman), by Mr. Jesús García-Laborda.
    16. Chairman of 13 MA examination committees: 
    17. Member of 22 MA advisory and/or examination committees. 
    18. Initial Graduate Advisor for students of Spanish (1989-91). 
    19. Departmental representative for MAFLL (1989-91).
    20. Language Supervisor and Coordinator (Spanish 103-104, 110-111, 203-204, 215) [1992-1993.  Renewal for 1993-94].


    Curriculum Development and Design:
    Course Design:
    At The University of Oklahoma (see above, under Teaching):
    1. SPAN 4183: Spanish Capstone: Contemporary Hispanic Theater.
    2. MLLL 3000: Contemporary Hispanic Cinema (Intersession course).
    3. MLLL 5063: Early Literary Criticism (for graduate students).
    4. MLLL 4063: Early Literary Criticism (for advanced undergraduates).
    5. FVS 3843: Topics in National Cinemas: Latin American Cinema.
    6. FVS 3243: Hispanic Cinema.


    At the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: 
    1. Spanish 753: "The Spanish-American Encounter in History and Drama."  (Spring 1992) [a graduate seminar comparing 16th Century chronicles on the Encounter with the 17th C. plays dealing with this event, with some theoretical readings on the philosophy of history by Hegel, Nietzsche, and White].
    2. MAFLL 702: "Drama" (graduate seminar given in English) [spring 1991]) {a survey of tragedy from Aeschylus to Brecht, with some theoretical readings <Aristotle, Hegel, Hume, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Frye, Abel, etc.>}.
    3. MAFLL 702: "Comedy" (graduate seminar given in English) [spring 1989] {a survey of the genre from Aristophanes to Ionesco with some theoretical readings <Bergson, Freud, etc.>}.
    4. Spanish 502:  The Literature of a Spanish American Country or Region: "The Conquest of Mexico" (Fall, 1992).
    5. Spanish 434:  Studies in Golden Age Poetry.
    6. Spanish 432:  Studies in Golden Age Prose: "Moral and Didactic Literature" (Spring, 1993).
    7. Spanish 431: "Tragedy and Metatheater in the Golden Age" (Spring 1988) [grad/undergrad].
    8. Spanish 431: "Kingship and Tyranny in the Golden Age" (Spring 1987) [grad/undergrad].


    At Denison University:
    1. Spanish 111 (pilot course in elementary Spanish using a modified approach of the Rassias method) [Spring 1984].


    At the University of Michigan:
    1. Spanish 224: "Contemporary Spanish Theater" (Winter 1976) [special sophomore course].
    2. Spanish 224: "Anatomy of the Mexican" (Winter, Fall, Summer 1976) [special sophomore course].


    Additional Experience
    1. Participant in a New Chairs and Directors Workshop sponsored by the OU College of Arts and Sciences on 29-30 Oct., 2008.
    2. Participant in a College of Arts and Sciences Summer Technology Workshop (2004).
    3. Participant in the Faculty Discussion Group on "Leadership" (Spring, 2000), sponsored by the University of Oklahoma Instructional Development Program.
    4. Participant in the Faculty Discussion Group on "Teaching Capstone Courses" (Fall, 1998), sponsored by The University of Oklahoma Instructional Development Program.
    5. Participant in the Faculty Discussion Group on "Working with diverse Students" (Spring, 1997), sponsored by The University of Oklahoma Instructional Development Program.
    6. Participant in the Third Annual Post-Lilly Teaching Fellows Retreat (11-13 August 1995), sponsored by the Undergraduate Teaching Improvement Council, the University of Wisconsin System, the Lilly Teaching Fellows Program, the Office of the Provost, Michigan State University, and the University of Illinois, with funding from the Lilly Endowment, held in Madison, Wisconsin.
    7. Participant of the "Varied Agenda" Faculty Discussion Groups (Spring, 1995; Spring, 1998), sponsored by The University of Oklahoma Instructional Development Program.
    8. Participant of the "Professional Development Seminar for New Faculty" (Fall, 1994), sponsored by The University of Oklahoma Instructional Development Program.
    9. ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview Workshop (tester certification in process) [Nov. 1992].
    10. Workshop on "Strengthening Your Foreign Language Instruction." Brookfield, WI. 1 January 1993. Member in attendance.
    11. Workshop on "Prochievement: Teaching and Testing." Sponsored by the UWM-Center for Latin America. Milwaukee, WI. 3 April 1993. Member in attendance.
    12. Workshop on VHS video editing (for class use) at UWM (1991-92).
    13. Language Coordination at Denison University (Sp. 111-211) and at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Sp. 203-204).
    14. Departmental Bibliographer for the UWM Library (in this capacity I was able to get an intramural grant for $2,000.00 to get a Martín Fierro collection from a private owner {April, 1985}).
    15. Member of the Meta Steinfort Scholarship Selection Committee (UWM).
    16. Counseling of Undergraduate and Graduate Students.
    17. Tutoring of Minority Students (esp. at UM and UWM).
    18. Development of Student Evaluation Form.
    19. Spanish Interpreter for parole board at Sandstone Federal Correctional Institution, Sandstone, Minnesota (March, 1983).
    20. Some CAI experience.
    21. Committee on Faculty Development member (UWM, 1984).
    22. President of La Asociación de Amigos de la Lengua Española, a professional civic group (1986-87).
    23. Co-chairman of Programs and Events for El Club Español de Milwaukee, a civic group (1986-87). 
    24. Member of the board of El Club Español de Milwaukee (1987-89).
    25. Judge for a Spanish Pronunciation Contest sponsored by the Wisconsin-Badger Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (12 February 1987; 30 April 1988).
    26. Auditor for the Spanish Club of Milwaukee (1988).
    27. Member of the Scholarship Committee of the Spanish Club of Milwaukee (1989).
     
    ACADEMIC HONORS AND INTERNAL GRANTS: ( $101,467.69 & three sabbaticals )
    1. 21 September 2015: Funding from the Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics Department: $557.00 for travel to Oviedo, Spain (Project Name: Royal Power in Golden Age Spain) on 16 Dec.2015-20 Dec. 2015. 
    2. 21 September 2015: Recipient of a Funding Assistance Program (FAP) grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts & Sciences: $624.00 for travel to Puebla, Mexico (Project Name: Cervantes Puebla Conference Paper)  on 22 Nov. 2015-26 Nov. 2015. 
    3. 21 September 2015: Recipient of a Funding Assistance Program (FAP) grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts & Sciences: $1,264.00 for travel to New York (Project Name: Feminism in Baroque Spain) on 19 Oct. 2015-24 Oct. 2015. 
    4. 27 April 2015: of a Travel Assistance Program (TAP) grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts & Sciences: $1,600.00 for travel to São Paulo, Brazil on 27 June 2015-5 July 2015.
    5. 3 April 2015: Recipient of a Funding Assistance Program (FAP) grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts & Sciences: $1,600.00 for travel to Lisbon, Portugal on 24 May 2015-28 May 2015. 
    6. Sabbatical leave: 1 January 2015-15 May 2015; 16 August 2015-31 December 2015.
    7. 7 July 2014: Recipient of a Travel Assistance Program (TAP) grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts & Sciences: $1,600.00 for travel to Münster, Germany.
    8. 3 February 2014: Recipient of a Travel Assistance Program (TAP) grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts & Sciences: $1,296.00 for travel to El Paso, TX, USA.
    9. 27 August 2013: Recipient of a Travel Assistance Program (TAP) grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts & Sciences: $1,600.00 for travel to Kyoto, Japan.
    10. 20 November 2012: Recipient of a Faculty Enrichment Grant, College of Arts and Sciences Support of Teaching and Research Committee, The University of Oklahoma ($1,200.00) [travel to El Paso, TX, March 2012]. 
    11. 20 July, 10 Aug. 2012: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance Grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts & Sciences ($1,121.00), the Vice President for Research ($1,121.00), and the MLLL Department ($500.00) [for travel to Salvador, Brazil, 1-7 September 2012]. Total: $2,742.00.
    12. 12 June 2012: Recipient of an OU Travel Assistance Grant from the Vice President for Research (OVPR) [$952.00] for travel to Oviedo, Spain, on 11-15 June 2012.
    13. 22 November 2011: Recipient of a Faculty Enrichment Grant, College of Arts and Sciences Support of Teaching and Research Committee, The University of Oklahoma ($1,200.00) [travel to El Paso, TX, March 2012].
    14. 17, 21 June 2011: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance Grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts & Sciences ($1,200.00), the Vice President for Research ($1,200.00), and the MLLL Department ($500.00) [for travel to Utrecht, The Netherlands, 14-25 July 2011].
    15. 29 November 2010: Recipient of a Faculty Enrichment Grant, College of Arts and Sciences Support of Teaching and Research Committee, The University of Oklahoma ($1,200.00) [travel to El Paso, TX, March 2011].
    16. 27 October 2010: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance Grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts & Sciences ($620.00) [travel to El Paso, TX, March 2011].
    17. 20 November 2009: Recipient of a Faculty Enrichment Grant, College of Arts and Sciences Support of Teaching and Research Committee, The University of Oklahoma ($1,200.00) [travel to El Paso, TX]
    18. 30 June 2009: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance Grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts & Sciences ($1,200.00), the Vice President for Research ($1,075.00), and the MLLL Department ($500.00) [for travel to Warsaw, Poland, Sept. 2009].
    19. 16 June 2009: Recipient of a Faculty Enrichment Grant, College of Arts and Sciences Support of Teaching and Research Committee, The University of Oklahoma ($1,200.00) [travel to Mérida, Mexico]
    20. 10 October 2008: Recipient of a Faculty Enrichment Grant, College of Arts and Sciences Support of Teaching and Research Committee, The University of Oklahoma ($1,200.00) [additional travel expenses to Wroclaw, Poland
    21. 27 October 2008: Recipient of a Faculty Enrichment Grant, College of Arts and Sciences Support of Teaching and Research Committee, The University of Oklahoma ($1,200.00). [supplement to Poland trip]
    22. 29 July 2008: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance Grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts & Sciences ($1,200.00), the Vice President for Research ($1,200.00), and the MLLL Department ($500.00) [for travel to Niterói and Belo Horizonte, Brazil].
    23. 15 April 2008: Presidential International Travel Fellowship, International Programs Center, The University of Oklahoma ($1,500.00) [travel to Wroclaw, Poland].
    24. 1 April 2008: Faculty Enrichment Grant, College of Arts and Sciences Support of Teaching and Research Committee, The University of Oklahoma ($1,200.00) [travel to the Philippine Islands].
    25. 28 March 2008: Faculty Travel Assistance Grant, College of Arts and Sciences, Dean's Office ($1,196.00) [travel to La Paz, Bolivia].
    26. 2007-2008: Sabbatical year at half-pay from The University of Oklahoma (16 August 2007-15 May 2008).
    27. 2006-2007: Nominated for a Regents Award for Superior Research at The University of Oklahoma.
    28. 2006: Stood for election as Regional Candidate of the Modern Language Association Delegate Assembly for the Central and Rocky Mountains (Region VI).
    29. 2006: Recipient of a Faculty Enrichment Grant funded by The University of Oklahoma College of Arts and Sciences Support of Teaching and Research Committee ($1,000.00) [for travel to the MLA, Philadelphia, PA].
    30. 2006: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences ($1,027.00) and the Vice President for Research ($1,027.00) [for travel to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil].
    31. 2006: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences ($907.00) and the Vice President for Research ($907.00) [for travel to El Paso, TX].
    32. 2005: Recipient of a Faculty Enrichment Grant funded by The University of Oklahoma College of Arts and Sciences Support of Teaching and Research Committee ($1,000.00) [for travel to the MLA, Washington, D.C.].
    33. 2005: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences and the Vice President for Research ($2,676.00) [for travel to Delhi, India].
    34. 2005: Recipient of The University of Oklahoma Cecil W. Woods Memorial Award for Excellence in Teaching of Modern Foreign Languages ($1,750.00).  See MLLL Review 2005.
    35. 2004: Recipient of a Faculty Enrichment Grant from The University of Oklahoma College of Arts and Sciences Support of Teaching and Research Committee ($1,000.00).
    36. 2004: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences ($1,200.00).
    37. 2004: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance grant from the Vice President for Research ($872.06).
    38. 2004: Recipient of University Research Funds from the OU Research Council for in situ research travel ($2,092).
    39. 2004: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance grant from the Vice President for Research, in conjunction with the Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences ($1,488.00).
    40. 2003: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance grant from the Vice President for Research, in conjunction with the Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences ($1,404.00).
    41. 2002:  Recipient of an OU College of Arts and Sciences Instructional Computing Grant to create Web Pages for Spanish Literature Courses ($1,500.00).
    42. 2002:  Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance grant from the Vice President for Research, in conjunction with the Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences ($1,392.00).
    43. 2001: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance grant from the Vice President for Research, in conjunction with the Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences ($1,500.00).
    44. 2000: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance grant from the Vice President for Research, in conjunction with the Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences ($1,296.00).
    45. 2000: Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance grant from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences ($587.63).
    46. 2000:  Recipient of a 2000 faculty enrichment grant funded by The University of Oklahoma College of Arts and Sciences Teaching and Research Improvement Committee ($1,000.00). 
    47. 2000: Recipient of a year-long sabbatical at half-pay from The University of Oklahoma.
    48. 1999:  Recipient of a 1999 faculty enrichment grant funded by The University of Oklahoma College of Arts and Sciences Teaching and Research Improvement Committee ($1,000.00).
    49. 1998:  Recipient of a Faculty Enrichment Grant funded by The University of Oklahoma College of Arts and Sciences Teaching and Research Improvement Committee ($1,000.00).
    50. 1997:  Recipient of a Faculty Enrichment Grant funded by The University of Oklahoma  College of Arts and Sciences Teaching and Research Improvement Committee ($1,500.00).
    51. 1996:  Recipient of an OU Faculty Travel Assistance grant from the Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate College Office ($1,000.00).
    52. 1995:  Recipient of an FY 95 Minority Incentive Grant Program, administered by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education ($10,500).
    53. 1994-95:  Recipient of a Faculty Enrichment Grant funded by The University of Oklahoma College of Arts and Sciences Support of Teaching and Research Committee ($1,000.00).
    54. 1994-95:  Recipient of an Undergraduate Teaching Improvement Grant for The Destinos Video Study Spanish Program for Nontraditional Students ($5,840 from the University of Wisconsin System and $5,915 in matching funds from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: a total of $11,755).
    55. 1994-95:  Selected and appointed as Wisconsin Teaching Fellow by the University of Wisconsin System and the Lilly Foundation (one of three annual nominees).
    56. 1994:  Nominated for Undergraduate Teaching Award by the UWM Awards and Recognition Committee.
    57. 1993:  Nominated and declared Finalist for Undergraduate Teaching Award by the UWM Awards and Recognition Committee.
    58. 1992:  Teaching recognition award (UWM Department of Spanish and Portuguese) [$1,000].
    59. 1991:  Teaching recognition (UWM Department of Spanish and Portuguese).
    60. 1991:  UWM Center for Latin America Travel Grant [$100].
    61. Fall 1990: Sabbatical leave with full pay from The U of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (competitive).
    62. Summer 1989: The U of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Graduate School Research Committee Award (to finish a critical and annotated edition of Hados y lados hacen dichosos y desdichados) [$4,848].
    63. 1988: UWM Center for Latin America Travel Grant [$325].
    64. Fall 1987: The University of Wisconsin System, Urban Corridor Consortium Fellowship (to do editorial research on a Golden Age play at the UW-Madison Hispanic Seminary. No teaching or administrative duties) [$5,000 for UWM, $1,000 for UW-Madison].
    65. 1986-1987:  Fellow in the Center for Twentieth Century Studies in the College of Letters and Science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (to do research on Calderonian tragedy, using the theories of Hegel, Schopenhauer, and Nietzsche).
    66. Summer 1985: The  UWM Renaissance Fellowship (to do research on legal theories of regicide at The Newberry  Library  Center for Renaissance Studies) [$1000]. 
    67. Summer 1985: The Graduate School Research Committee Award {UWM} (to finish a book on tyranny and drama, which is now complete) [$5186].
    68. 1985:  UWM Center for Latin America Travel Grant [$350].
    69. Summer 1984:  Denison University Professional Development Fund (to write the Lauer/Cash Contrastive Spanish CAI program for the introductory intermediate level, now complete) [$1000]. 
    70. January 1984:  Denison University Professional Development Fund (to attend a Rassias Method Workshop at Dartmouth College) [$674]. 25 contact hours. Certificate on file.
    71. January 1984: Denison University Research Foundation Contingency Grant (to develop the complete dramatic works of the Portuguese poet, Jacinto Cordeiro, from microfilms done previously at the Biblioteca Nacional of Lisbon) [$125].
    72. Summer 1979:  Rackham Pre-Doctoral Dissertation Grant {U. of Mich.} (to do library research in Europe on the various editions of Guill?n de Castro's El amor constante) [$986].
    73. 1972-1979: Teaching Assistantship, The University of Michigan.
    74. 1969-1972: Dean's List, Honor Society, Stadium Scholarship, The Ohio State University.
    EXTERNAL GRANTS: ( $ 310,614.37 )
    1. 2013: Heinrich Hertz-Stiftung Fellowship.  Ministerium für Innovation, Wissenschaft und Forschung des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen. Münster, Germany. Stipend: EUR 4,300.00 (c. $ 5,712.01 USD [4 Aug. 2013]). 
    2. 2012: Funding graciously provided for the publication of El tesoro escondido by the Fundación Universitaria de Navarra, GRISO (Grupo de Investigación Siglo de Oro), Subdirección General de Proyectos de Investigación, FEDER (Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional), CONSOLIDER-INGENIO Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, and Banco de Santander. EUR 4.500.00 (c. $ 5976.36 USD [4 Aug. 2013]).
    3. 1994-97: Assisted in the revision and drafting of language pedagogy portions of the Center for Latin America 1994-97 grant renewal for the Title VI Application to the US Department of Education ($279,671.00 funded).
    4. 1994-95:  Recipient of an Undergraduate Teaching Improvement Grant for The Destinos Video Study Spanish Program for Nontraditional Students ($5,840 from the University of Wisconsin System and $5,915 in matching funds from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: a total of $11,755).
    5. Summer 1988: Sigma  Delta  Pi Southland Co. Fellowship for Teachers (to do research at the Madrid Biblioteca Nacional) [$1,500].
    6. Fall 1987: The University of Wisconsin System, Urban Corridor Consortium Fellowship (to do editorial research on a Golden Age play at the UW-Madison Hispanic Seminary. No teaching or administrative duties) [$5,000 for The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and $1,000 for The University of Wisconsin-Madison: Total: $6,000.00].

    EXTERNAL GRANT ASSESSMENT:
    1. 2013: External assessor for a EUR 337,216.00 grant administered by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) Humanities and Social Sciences Division I.
    2. 2011: External assessor for a EUR 30,000.00 grant administered by the Austrian Academy of Sciences (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften). Granted.
    3. 2009: Invited by the Ottawa, ON-based Canada Foundation for Innovation/Fondation canadienne pour l'innovation (CFI) to be an external assessor for a project on The CulturePlex: A Lab for the Study of Cultural Complexity for the Leaders Opportunity Fund (LOF).  With regrets, I declined, for lack of time.
    4. 2008: External assessor for a $ 247,533.00 grant administered by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada / Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada (Ottawa, ON).
    5. 2008: Spanish Ministry of Culture. 20 March 2008. Grant to help the US National Park Service sponsor its 34th Siglo de Oro Drama Festival at the Chamizal National Memorial in El Paso, Texas. $ 5,000.00 granted.
    6. 1994: Invited panelist for the 1994 Ford Foundation Predoctoral and Fellowship Program for Minorities, administered by The National Research Council, March 1994, Washington DC.
    7. 1993: Invited panelist for the 1993 Ford Foundation Predoctoral and Fellowship Program for Minorities, administered by The National Research Council, March 1993, Washington DC.
    8. 1993: Review of a $ 158,051 peer research grant for the Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada, 12 February 1993.
    9. 1992: Invited panelist for the 1992 Ford Foundation Predoctoral and Fellowship Program for Minorities, administered by The National Research Council, March 1992, Washington DC.
     
    LANGUAGES:
     
    Primary Languages:
    1. Spanish: native fluency.
    2. English: native fluency.
    3. Portuguese: advanced knowledge. 
    Secondary Languages:
    1. French: advanced reading knowledge.
    2. German: basic reading knowledge.
     
    INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL:
    1. May-June 2013: Residence in Münster, Germany, teaching at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster. Additional travel to Palermo (Sicily), Italy, and Athens, Greece.
    2. Aug.-Sept. 2012: Travel to the VII Congresso Brasileiro de Hispanistas in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.
    3. June 2012: Travel to the VIII International Conference of the Cervantes Association (CINDAC) in Oviedo, Spain; additional travel to Dublin, Ireland.
    4. July-Aug. 2010: Travel to Quito, Ecuador, Bogotá and Cartagena, Colombia; and Caracas, Venezuela, to visit museums and historical sites.
    5. Sept.-Oct. 2009: Invited to read a paper at the Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Cervantistas (CINDAC). Münster Universität. Münster, Germany. 30 September-4 October 2009.
    6. September 2009: Invited to read a paper at the Kongres Kultury Hiszpanskiego Baroku. Congreso Internacional La Cultura del Barroco Español e Iberoamericano y su Contexto Europeo. Instituto Cervantes & Uniwersytet Warszawski. Warsaw, Poland. 
    7. August 2008: Invited guest for the International Colloquium on Maravillas, prodigios, monstruos y portentos en la literatura y el arte de Iberoamérica.  Universidade Federal Fluminense. Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Additional travel in September to Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, for another conference.
    8. July 2008: Travel to Wroclaw, Poland, for a Calderón Conference.
    9. April 2008: Invited guest of the Festival Internacional de Teatro de La Paz (FITAZ), La Paz, Bolivia.
    10. 2008: Travel to Japan, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippine Islands, Guam, Hawaii. Conference in the Philippines.
    11. October 2007: Travel to the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Monterrery, NL, Mexico, and El Colegio de México and the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (Unidad Iztapalapa), Mexico City, Mexico, for two conferences on Golden Age Theater.
    12. September 2006: Travel to the Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for a conference for Hispanists.
    13. January-February 2005: Travel to India for a Cervantes Conference in Delhi.
    14. June-July 2004: Travel to Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia, Brazil, and Argentina (to visit and photograph colonial sights).
    15. September 2003: Speaker at the XI Congreso Internacional de la AITENSO, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    16. July-August 2002: Speaker at the XIII Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón, Florence, Italy. Additional travel in Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey, and Egypt.
    17. October 2003: Speaker at the II Congresso Brasileiro de Hispanistas, São Paulo, Brazil. Additional travel to Rio de Janeiro and Niterói.
    18. November 2000: Invited speaker at the Jornadas Calderonianas, Mexico City, Mexico.
    19. September 2000: Speaker at the Congreso Internacional Calderón 2000, Pamplona, Spain.
    20. August 2000: Speaker at the Seventh Conference of the International Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI), Bergen, Norway.
    21. January 1999: Travel to Cuzco and Lima, Peru (to visit indigenous sites and colonial buildings).
    22. July 1999: Speaker at the XII Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón, Leipzig, Germany.
    23. August 1998: Speaker at the Sixth Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI), Haifa, Israel.
    24. October 1997: Speaker, moderator, and presenter at the II Congreso Internacional Extraordinario de la AITENSO: Relaciones y correspondencias entre el teatro peninsular y el novohispano, Puebla, Mexico.
    25. September 1997: Invited panelist at the Tercer Congreso Nacional "Letras del Siglo de Oro Español," Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    26. March 1997: Speaker at the Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro at the Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, Mexico (yearly attendance and participation since 1992; first secretary [1992-1996], ongoing member of the board).
    27. February 1997: Invited speaker at the Congreso Internacional sobre los autos sacramentales de Calderón at the University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain.
    28. August 1996: Paper read at the Fifth Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI), Utrecht, The Netherlands.
    29. July 1996: Paper read at the Undécimo Coloquio Anglogermano sobre Calderón, St. Andrews, Scotland, 17-20 July 1996.
    30. October 1994: Papers read at the Murcia and Granada (Spain) AITENSO Conferences in Spain.
    31. July 1993: Paper read at the Décimo Congreso Anglogermano Sobre Calderón, Passau, Germany. Additional travel through Austria, the Czech Republic, and Hungary.
    32. October 1991: Paper read at the América y el Teatro del Siglo de Oro Symposium, Desierto de los Leones, Mexico.
    33. Summer 1990: Attendance at the Noveno Congreso Anglogermano Sobre Calderón, Liverpool, England.
    34. Summer 1988: Research at the Biblioteca Nacional (Madrid, Spain). Expenses paid by a grant from Sigma Delta Pi, sponsored by the Southland Corporation. 
    35. Summer 1987: Paper read at the Octavo Congreso Anglogermano Sobre Calderón, Schwerte, West Germany. Also, library research in Madrid, and visits  to art galleries in Amsterdam, Berlin, Munich, Venice, Florence, Rome, Madrid, Toledo, El Escorial, Lisbon, Belem, Paris, and Brussels (professional expenses funded partly by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee).
    36. Summer 1979: Library research in London, Paris, Vienna, Madrid, Barcelona, and Lisbon. Expenses paid by Rackham Dissertation Grant (The University of Michigan).
    37. Spring 1970: The Ohio State University Spring Term in Spain (Toledo). Travel throughout the Iberian Peninsula and Morocco.
    38. 1951-1964: Residence in Mexico (Monterrey, NL), where I was born.
     
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    Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro (AITENSO), Asociación de Cervantistas, Association for Hispanic Classical Theater, Inc. (AHCT), Fondo Ruiz de Alarcón y el Teatro de su Tiempo, International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI), Modern Language Association (MLA), Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association (PAMLA, formerly PAPC), South Central Modern Language Association (SCMLA), Sigma Delta Pi, The Lilly Teaching Fellows Program, The Wisconsin Teaching Fellows Program, Oklahoma Foreign Language Teachers' Association.

     
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    RECOMMENDERS (please contact them directly):

    1. Prof. Thomas Austin O'Connor: Binghamton University / State University of New York / Romance Languages ? Literatures / PO Box 6000 / Binghamton, NY 13902-6000 / Tel.: 607-777-4626 / E-mail: <toconnor@binghamton.edu>.
    2. Prof. Frederick A. de Armas: University of Chicago / Romance Languages ? Literatures / 1115 E. 58th Street / Chicago, IL 60637 / Tel.: 773-702-9354 / E-mail: <fdearmas@uchicago.edu>.
    3. Prof. Edward H. Friedman: Vanderbilt University / Spanish & Portuguese / Box 1617 Station B / Nashville, TN 37240 / Tel.: 615-322-6929 / E-mail: <edward.h.friedman@vanderbilt.edu>. 
    4. Assoc. Prof. Bruce A. Boggs / Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics / The University of Oklahoma / Norman OK 73019-2032 / Tel.: 405-325-6342 / E-mail: <baboggs@ou.edu> .
    5. Prof. Víctor Arizpe / Department of Hispanic Studies / Texas A & M University / College Station, TX 77843-4238 / Tel.: 979-845-2195 / E-mail:  <arizpe@tamu.edu>. 
     
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    18 Sept. 2016