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CURRICULUM VITAE 2011

ISRAEL FERNANDO HERRERA

2635 East 2nd Street, Apartment 7 Bloomington, IN 47401 812-679-9169 e-mail: herrerai@indiana.edu  EDUCATION INDIANA UNIVERSITY 2006 -2008 Bloomington, IN

M.A, Latin American and Caribbean Studies

UNIVERSITY OF IOWA 2004-2006 Iowa City, IA

M.A, Hispanic Literature

UNIVERSIDAD INDUSTRIAL DE SANTANDER 1999- 2002 Bucaramanga, Colombia

Specialization, Pedagogy and Technology

UNIVERSIDAD INDUSTRIAL DE SANTANDER 1992-1998 Bucaramanga, Colombia

B.A., Teaching Foreign Languages and Literature  PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE 2012

- Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, March 2012, Presenter  PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE 2011

- CINE-LIT VII International Conference on Hispanic Film and Fiction, Portland State University and Portland International Film Festival

- Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages , March 3-5 2011,Indianapolis, Presenter

- Spanish in the US Conference, March 17-20, UC Davis, Sacramento.

- National Conference for Second Language Teachers, April 7-9, Montreal, Canada, Presenter - 31st Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, May 5-7, 2011

- XLVI Congreso Internacional de la AEPE, July 24-29 , Universidad Castilla de la Mancha- Cuenca, Spain.

- Indiana Foreign Language of Teachers Association, Oct 17-19, Indianapolis - ACTFL 2011 Annual Convention and World Languages Expo, Nov 18-20, Denver - Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, March 2012, Presenter  ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS AND EVENTS 2011

- Mario Vargas Llosa’s Film series, February 2011, Organizer - IU Iberoamerican Film Series, Spring 2011, Organizer

- 1st IU Spanish and Portuguese Song Festival, April 1st, Bloomington, Organizer

- Spanish National Contest, Indiana Judge, April 16th, Cathedral High School, Indianapolis - Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages- Advisory Council - CSC on the Teaching of Foreign Languages – Indianapolis Hospitality Committee - IU Honors Program, Summer, Valencia, Spain, Instructor and PR

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- Monroe County’s Centro Comunal Latino, Legal services support to Hispanic immigrants, Volunteer

- US Senator Richard Lugar speech at IU, April 2011, Arrangement Event Committee  AWARDS, NOMINATIONS AND MERITS

- Student Choice Award for Outstanding Teaching 2011 - IU Trustees Teaching Award 2011 - Spanish National Contest, Indiana Judge 2009, 2010 - Indiana University Best AI Teaching award nomination 2008 - Outstanding Leadership and Community Service award 2008 IU Council for Advancing Student Leadership

- IU Honors Program in Valencia, Spain 2007-2011 - Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Assistantship 2006 - SDSU Overseas Spanish program Assistant in Costa Rica 2004-2005 - Institute of International Education – US Department of State Teaching Recognition 2004 - Fulbright Commission Foreign Language Teaching Assistantship 2003 - Reconocimiento Excelencia en Docencia Universidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga 2002 - Premio Mejor Docente Idiomas Universidad de Santander 1999 - Director Festival de la canción inglesa Universidad de Santander 1996 -2003

 TEACHING EXPERIENCE

INDIANA UNIVERSITY 2010 - 2013 Bloomington, IN

Lecturer; teach Spanish courses for undergraduate students. Courses taught: S280: Spanish Grammar and Composition INDIANA UNIVERSITY 2010 -2011

Bloomington,IN

Spanish Instructor; Kelly School of Business- CIBER PROGRAM

Teach conversational Spanish courses to MBA students and Globase-Peru students INDIANA UNIVERSITY 2008 - 2010

Bloomington, IN

Visiting Lecturer; teach Spanish courses for undergraduate students. Courses taught: S105: First year Spanish

S200: Second year Spanish I S250: Second year Spanish II INDIANA UNIVERSITY 2006 - 2008

Bloomington, IN

Associate Instructor; taught Spanish courses for undergraduate students. Courses taught: S100: Elementary Spanish

S105: First year Spanish S150: Elementary Spanish II

IU HONORS PROGRAM IN SPAIN Summers 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011,2012,2013 Valencia, Spain

Instructor; taught advanced grammar course for honors high school students (a 300 level class) .

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UNIVERSITY OF IOWA 2004-2006 Iowa City, IA

Teaching Assistant; taught Spanish courses for undergraduate students Courses taught: 035:001: Elementary Spanish

035:002: Elementary Spanish II 035:011: Intermediate Spanish II

UNIVERSIDAD DE COSTA RICA Summers 2004, 2005 San José, Costa Rica

Instructor; taught course on Latin American Literature and Culture to SDSU students. SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY 2003-2004

Brookings, SD

Fulbright Language Teaching Assistant

Courses taught: Span-101 Introductory Spanish I Span-102 Introductory Spanish II

UNIVERSIDAD SANTO TOMAS 2002-2003 Bucaramanga, Colombia

English Language Instructor

UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE BUCARAMANGA 1999 - 2003 Bucaramanga, Colombia

English Language Instructor

UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTANDER 1995 - 2003 Bucaramanga, Colombia

English Language Instructor

CENTRO LATINOAMERICANO DE IDIOMAS CELAI 1993-1996 Bucaramanga, Colombia

English Language Instructor  PRESENTATIONS

- Por una clase de español positiva y familia r IFLTA Conference, Indianapolis 2010

- Español ceativo a través de obras de teatro IFLTA Conference, Indianapolis 2009

- Politics, drugs and guerrilla in Colombia University of Iowa, Iowa City, 2005

- Politics, drugs and guerrilla in Colombia University of Wisconsin, Madison 2004

- Politics, drugs and guerrilla in Colombia University of Minnesota,Minneapolis 2004

- Politics, drugs and guerrilla in Colombia University of North Dakota, Gramd Forks 2004

- Plan Colombia South Dakota State University, Brookings 2003

- Plan Colombia Agustana College, Sioux Falls, SD 2003

- Easy erasing for a healthy breathing ASOCOPI- Medellin, Colombia 2001

- The art of asking in the classroom ASOCOPI- Bucaramanga, Colombia 1999

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 RESEARCH INTERESTS

 Twentieth and twenty first century Latin American literature  Contemporary Latin American Cinema

 Post-Franco Literature

 Twentieth century Southern Cone literature  La novela del dictador

 Caribbean literature  Gabriel García Márquez

 TEACHING INTERESTS

 Latin American Romanticism and Modernism  Composition and conversation courses  Literature, culture, and cinema courses  Dictatorships in literature and film  Nationalism in Latin America  La novela del dictador  La novela de la tierra  Colombian literature  Gabriel García Márquez  Human rights in Latin America

 AFFILIATIONS

 IFLTA (Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association) 2009 - present  AATSP (American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese) 2009 - present  AATSP Indiana 2009 - present  LASA (Latin American Student Association) 2004 - present

 ILASSA ( International Latin American and Spanish Student Association) 2007 - present  Colombia Support Network ( Human Rights Organization)

Indiana Chapter Coordinator, 2006 – present Iowa Chapter Coordinator, 2004 – 2006 South Dakota Chapter Coordinator, 2003 – 2004  Amnesty International

Indiana University, Member 2006 – present University of Iowa, Member 2004 – 2006

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 INTERESTS

 Film

Director of “Macondo” ( IU Iberoamerican film screenings) 2007- Present

 Theatre

IU Spanish Department Theatre group VIDA cast member

Performances: “Mañana de sol” de Alvarez Quintero 2010-2011

“Talgo con destino a Murcia” de Charo González Casas 2010

“Una mariposa blanca” de Gabriela Roepke 2009

“La aceitunas”de Lope de Rueda 2009

“El retablo de las maravillas”de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 2009

“Amor de Don Perlimplín” de Federico García Lorca 2008

“El viejo celoso” de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 2007

 ENGLISH FIELD PROFILE

NATIONAL ENGLISH TEACHING ASOCOPI (COLOMBIAN ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS OF ENGLISH OF) CONFERENCE

Year Venue City 1.995 Universidad de la Salle Bogotá 1.996 Universidad Nariño Pasto 1.997 Colegio Alemán Cali 1.998 Gimnasio Moderno Bogotá

1.999 Universidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga Bucaramanga (Conference Chair) 2.000 Hotel Almirante Cartagena

2.001 Centro Colombo Americano Medellín 2.002 Universidad Francisco de Paula Cúcuta

CENTRO COLOMBO AMERICANO ANNUAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING SYMPOSIUM XV ENGLISH SYMPOSIUM 1.995 Bogotá

XVI ENGLISH SYMPOSIUM 1.996 Bogotá XVII ENGLISH SYMPOSIUM 1.997 Bogotá

 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY FIELD PROFILE NEURO-PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN LEARNING SEMINAR BOLIVAR HOTEL

CUCUTA-COLOMBIA 1999

II CONCEPTUAL PSYCHOLOGY NATIONAL CONGRESS UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE BUCARAMANGA 1.999

IX COLOMBIAN CONGRESS OF PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE BUCARAMANGA 2.000

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 PEDAGOGY FIELD PROFILE DIPLOMADO IN PEDAGOGY UDES

BUCARAMANGA 2.000

PARTICIPATION TECHNIQUES SEMINAR UDES

BUCARAMANGA 2.000

PEDAGOGIC EVALUATION SEMINAR UDES

BUCARAMANGA 2.000

PLANIFICATION, CONTROL AND EVALUATION OF THE EDUCATIVE PROCESS OF TEACHERS SEMINAR

UDES

BUCARAMANGA 2.000

ENGLISH READING STRATEGIES WORKSHOP UDES

BUCARAMANGA 2.000

 HUMAN RIGHTS FIELD PROFILE

COLOMBIAN SUPPORT NETWORK NATIONAL CONFERENCE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON

2.003

CENTRO DE LAS AMERICAS ANNUAL CONFERENCE MINNEAPOLIS

2.003

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MID-WEST REGIONAL CONFERENCE SAINT LOUIS

2.004

PARTNERING FOR PEACE CONFERENCE CHICAGO

2005

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MID-WEST REGIONAL CONFERENCE CINCINNATI

2.005

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MID-WEST REGIONAL CONFERENCE CHICAGO

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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL NATIONAL CONFERENCE MILWAUKEE

2.007

TEACHING PERFORMANCE CONTACTS

1. Terri Greenslade

Assistant Dean for Academic Standards and Opportunities,

Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs, College of Arts and Sciences,

Kirkwood Hall 012.

(812) 855-8245

tgreensl@indiana.edu

2. Sthephanie M. Goetz

Managing Director

Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages

111 S. Jordan Avenue

Bloomington, IN 47405-7799

Tel: (812) 855-7957 Fax: (812) 855-1142

swoody@indiana.edu

3. James Lynch

Supervisor 280

IU Spanish and Portuguese Department

jamlynch@indiana.edu

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