curriculum vitae (c.v.)
Mar Gómez Glezwindeler@usc.edu +1 347 421 1911 836 Sanborn Ave. #319 Los Angeles, CA 90029
OPI Assessment Workshop-English/Mixed, American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, December 2014 (Currently pursuing Full Certification as ACTFL OPI Tester)
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY with honors from New York University, May 2013 Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures
Dissertation: My secret for myself. Teresa of Ávila’s uses of secrecy. Academic supervisor: Georgina Dopico-Black
ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN CREATIVE WRITING IN SPANISH, New York University, May 2013
MASTER OF ARTS IN LITERARY THEORY AND COMPARATIVE LITERATURE from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, July 2004
Thesis: The Discourse of the other: Analysis of immigration in Spain as reflected in Film and Theater (1990 – 2004)
Academic supervisor: Montserrat Iglesias.
BA IN JOURNALISM from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, July 2003
BA IN SOCIOLOGY with honors from Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, July 1999 EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
1. Academic appointments
Aug. 2014 – University of Southern California, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Full Time Lecturer
Aug. 2007 – New York University, Department of Spanish and Portuguese May 2012 Languages and Literatures. Adjunct Instructor
Spring 2010 New York University, MFA in Creative Writing in Spanish, Teaching Assistant
Fall 2005; New York University in Madrid, MA Program, Adjunct Instructor Spring 2006;
Aug. 2004 - Vassar College, Hispanic Studies Department, Foreign Language May 2005 Fellow
Aug. 2003 – University Carlos III in Madrid, Vassar-Wesleyan Program in May 2004 Madrid. Student Advisor
2. Other Summer 2006
Literature Specialist in La taberna del tiempo, Radio Program. Cadena SER. Spain. RESEARCH
1. Financed fellowships & Awards
2012 - 2013 HUMANITIES INITIATIVE FELLOWSHIP, New York University 2012 - 2013 DEAN’S DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIP, New York University 2006 - 2011 MACCRACKEN DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP, New York University 2001 - 2004 NATIONAL PROGRAM F.P.U. FELLOWSHIP, Ministry of Education
and Culture of Spain
2000 - 2003 Journalism Department of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Spanish Media Tendencies
2000 Journalism Department of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Josefina Carabias Chair
1999 – 2000 Center for the Study of Migration and Racism (CEMIRA) Universidad Complutense de Madrid
2. Conference Papers
“Del lector concreto, al lector abstracto en los prólogos de Cervantes”, given at the 41st International Symposium of Hispanic Literature. The Influence of Don Quixote in the Humanities, at California State University Dominguez Hills, 15– 17 April, 2015. “The secret of me or how Teresa of Ávila writes her secrets” given at the Humanities Initiative, NYU, March 12, 2013
“Sylvia Molloy: Varia imaginación”, 6th International Conference on Transatlantic studies. Brown University, 10-14 April 2012
“Mi secreto para mí. The use of secrecy by Teresa of Ávila”given at NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese Colloquium, Sept. 10, 2011
“El pie en el estribo. Los prólogos de Cervantes” Colloquiuum of Hispanic & Lusophone Literatures. University of California-Berkeley, Apr 11, 2008
“Imágenes de las mujeres inmigrantes en el cine y el teatro español”, III International Conference of the Hispanist Association, University of Granada, April 2006
“América: Un continente que exporta espiritualidad”, VII Encuentro de Latinoamericanistas Españoles. Cáceres, Sept. 1999
“La dictadura de las audiencias en los medios de comunicación”, I Congreso de Estudiantes de Sociología, Salamanca, Universidad de Salamanca, March 1998
PUBLICATIONS 1. Books of Fiction
LA EDAD GANADA. Caballo de Troya. Penguin Random House, Barcelona: 2015. CAMBIO DE SENTIDO. Parentesis Editorial, Sevilla: 2010.
ACEBEDARIO. Libresa S.A., Quito: 2005. 2. Published Plays
NEW PLAYS FROM SPAIN: EIGHT WORKS BY SEVEN PLAYWRIGHTS. (Numbers) Martin E. Segal Theater Center. New York: 2013.
CIFRAS. Instituto Nacional de las Artes Escénicas y la Música, Madrid: 2012. FUGA MUNDI. Fundación Valparaiso, Alcalá de Henares: 2008.
3. Academic articles and chapters (peer reviewed)
“La liminalidad de los recuerdos: lectura crítica de Varia Imaginación”, INTI Revista de Literatura Hispánica. Num. 73-74: 2012. Providence College, Providence.
“El teatro imposible: Lectura crítica de "El público" de Federico García Lorca”, La siega. Literatura, arte, cultura magazine. Num. 13: April 2007.
“El chiste y su relación con el contexto”, Eclipse Revista Universitaria, Num. 6, 2006.
Contribuitor to the book of Tomás Calvo Buezas: Inmigración y racismo. Así sienten los jóvenes del siglo XXI. Cauce Editorial. Madrid: 2000.
“El mundo de la pantalla, el mundo de la calle: Farmacia de Guardia.” Sociedad y Utopía Magazine. Extraordinary number of 1999: pp.129 –143. Pontificia de Salamanca
University. 4. Other articles
“La Virgen y el violin, de Carmen Boullosa”, Letras Libres, Num. 118, October 2008. “Jose Manuel Prieto”, Revista Quimera, Num 288, May 2008.
“Festival Internacional de Teatro Clásico de Almagro”, Tintero Magazine. Num. 47, September 2003.
“La desheredada como novela de la representación”, Tintero Magazine. Num. 44, May 2003.
THE FORCE OF HABIT by Guillén de Castro (1569 – 1631) (From Spanish to English. Group of Spanish Golden Age Theatre at the University of California Los Angeles), 2014.
NUESTRA VIDA EN SIGNOS by Richard Shiff (From English to Spanish) article for E-misférica magazine. Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, 2014.
HONORS AND AWARDS
2014 – 2015 HOT DESK INTERNATIONAL PLAYWRIGHT, Center Stage, Baltimore
2012 – 2013 DRAMATURGIAS ACTUALES FELLOWSHIP, National Institute of Performing Arts of Spain
2012 CALDERÓN DE LA BARCA European Theatre Award 2009 INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCY AT THE ROYAL COURT
2008 ARTE JOVEN LATINA Award
2007 BECKETT International Theatre Award
2005 – 2006 WRITER FELLOW at the Residencia de Estudiantes, Madrid TEACHING AND ADVISEMENT
Invited member of PhD Dissertation Committee, University of Southern California, Department of English, Creative Writing and Literature Program.
Name of candidate: Alfred Brown IV. (Proposal defended on May 2015) 2. Courses taught
Spring 2015 SPAN 320. Iberian and Latin American Cultures: Readings on Society ( SPAN 220. Spanish Language III (Fourth skill, third semester of Spanish Language at University of Southern California) Sections 62086 and 62132.
Fall 2014 SPAN 320. Iberian and Latin American Cultures: Readings on Society SPAN 220. Spanish Language III (Fourth skill, third semester of Spanish Language at University of Southern California) Sections 62071, 62081 and 62113
Summer 2012 SPAN-UA 3. Intermediate Spanish I. (Fourth skill, third semester of Spanish Language at New York University)
Spring 2012 SPAN-UA 20. Intensive Intermediate Spanish. (Fourth skill intensive Spanish Language, equivalent to third and fourth semesters, at New York University)
Fall 2011 SPAN-UA 20. Intensive Intermediate Spanish. (Fourth skill intensive Spanish Language, equivalent to third and fourth semesters, at New York University)
Spring 2011 SPAN-UA 3. Intermediate Spanish I. (Fourth skill, third semester of Spanish Language at New York University)
Spring 2010 FORMS AND TECHNIQUES OF NARRATIVE FICTION AND NON- FICTION IN SPANISH. (Teaching Assistant for Antonio Muñoz Molina at the MFA in Creative Writing in Spanish, New York University)
Spring 2009 IBERIAN AND LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE WORKSHOP - 19th to 21st Centuries. (Teaching Assistant in charge of the Literature
Workshop of the MA in Spanish of New York University in Madrid) Spring 2008 SPAN – UA 2. Spanish for Beginners II. (Fourth skill, second semester of
Spanish Language at New York University)
Fall 2007 SPAN – UA 1. Spanish for Beginners I. (Fourth skill, first semester of Spanish Language at New York University)
Spring 2005 IBERIAN AND LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE WORKSHOP - 19th to 21st Centuries. (Teaching Assistant in charge of the Literature
Workshop of the MA in Spanish of New York University in Madrid) Fall 2004 IBERIAN AND LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE WORKSHOP - 13th
to 18th Centuries. (Teaching Assistant in charge of the Literature Workshop of the MA in Spanish of New York University in Madrid) Spring 2005 CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH Intermediate and Advanced (Vassar
Fall 2004 CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH Intermediate and Advanced (Vassar College)
3. Workshops taught
Sept. 2011 READING AND WRITING: APPROACHING SHORT STORIES (San Francisco Public Library. During ¡Viva! Latino/Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration)
April 2011 INTRODUCTION TO WRITING SHORT STORIES (Segunda Semana del Libro at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
4. Guest Lectures in other courses
Talk about La edad ganada, invited speaker for SPAN 439/539, MODERN SPANISH NARRATIVE (Prof. Daniel Herrera Cepero) at California State University, Long Beach, December 8, 2015
Talk about La edad ganada, invited speaker (on-line) for Spanish 265,
INTRODUCTION TO LITERARY ANALYSIS (Prof. Patricia L. Lopez-Gay) at Bard College, April 8, 2015
Talk about Numbers, invited speaker for SPAN 305, SURVEY OF DRAMA (Prof. Ivette Gomez) at University of Southern California, April 8, 2015
“Contemporary Spanish Theater”, invited speaker (on-line) for Spanish 301,
INTRODUCTION TO PENINSULAR SPANISH LITERATURE (Prof. Patricia L. Lopez-Gay) at Bard College, November 5, 2014
“Writing short stories in Spanish”, invited speaker for SPAN-UA 950, TOPICS IN PENINSULAR SPANISH LITERATURE AND CULTURE (Prof. Mariela Dreyfus) at New York University, April 2008.
4. New Courses Developed for University of Southern California
GESM 120, ECTASY, THE FORBIDDEN EMOTION, Seminar of Humanistic Inquiry, schedule for Spring 2016.
INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING IN SPANISH, already approved by the department.
SERVICE TO THE INSTITUTION AND THE PROFESSION 1. Committees
Current member of Website Committee, Spanish and Portuguese Department, University of Southern California.
Language Program Committee, Spanish and Portuguese Department, University of Southern California. (August 2014 – May 2015)
2. Conference and Event Organizing
Conference: “When Humanities Falter: Frictions, Detours, and Translations”. Humanities Initiative, New York University, May 8, 2013
Organizer and moderator of the round table: “Young writers from Spain. The experience of the first book”. Four writers came from Spain to talk with the students of the MFA in Creative Writing in Spanish at NYU on February 11, 2011.
Organizer of the Festival “Teatro Vivo” for two years (2008 and 2009) the festival consisted in 5 stage readings of plays written in Spanish in New York City by local Latino companies at the KJC Center of New York University.
Producer and director of the play “La comedia sin título” by Federico García Lorca, with the Spanish students of Vassar College (April 2005). This was the first time the college produced a play in a language different than English and the tradition persisted.
3. Professional membership