The Department of Hispanic Languages and Literature at Stony Brook University invites applicants for a tenure track position in 19th Century Peninsular Literary and Cultural Studies, beginning Fall 2014. Interests in gender studies, visual culture and/or Trans-Atlantic approaches are welcome. Candidates should have Ph.D. in hand or near completion, a strong research record, excellent teaching credentials and native or near native proficiency in Spanish. The person hired will be expected to teach at all levels, graduate and advanced undergraduate seminars, gateway courses toward the major and general education courses in English on modern Spain.
Applicants should complete the Academic Jobs Online application at: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/3193. The complete dossier should include a cover letter, current CV, three letters of reference and a sample of scholarly work. The deadline is Nov. 20, 2013. For confidentiality reasons, applicants should not submit the letters of reference themselves. Electronic submission of materials is highly preferred.
Alternatively, mail the above mentioned materials to: Professor Daniela Flesler, Chair of the Search Committee, Dept. of Hispanic Languages and Literature, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-3371. For a full position description and/or application procedures, visitwww.stonybrook.edu/jobs (Ref# F-8151-13-09). Stony Brook University/SUNY is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer.
New Faculty to start this Fall 2013
The Department is honored to welcome our two new Assistant Professors, Joseph Pierce (UT Austin) and Javier Uriarte (NYU). Please, visit their websites to read about their exciting research and teaching projects that they bring to our community.
Hispanic Languages and Literature Best Undergraduate Essay Award
Once again this year we will award a prize for the best original undergraduate critical essay. Papers should be submitted by Thursday May 16, 12:00 noon. The papers should be submitted in hard copy to the office of the Undergraduate Director, Daniela Flesler, Library N3018.
The essay itself should NOT include your name. NO more than one essay can be submitted.
A separate cover page should contain:
—the course and semester (Fall 2012 or Spring 2013) for which you wrote the paper
A department committee will evaluate the essays and the award will be presented at the department graduation ceremony on May 24th.
We are pleased to offer 6 or 7 competitive grants for advanced doctoral students in the Humanities or Social Sciences at Stony Brook University. Travel Grants will be in the amount of US$ 2,000 to US$ 2,500, depending on the destination, and should be used for research in Latin America, the Caribbean or Spain during the summer of 2013. Students should be already involved in pre-dissertation or dissertation research at the time of the application. In all cases, the student’s main research must be on Latin America, the Caribbean or Spain. There are no nationality restrictions.
Complete applications must include:
- Application form (click here)
- Two page research statement explaining the dissertation or pre-dissertation project and how it relates to the travel plans (700 words maximum)
- A budget detailing expenses for transportation, lodging and research
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Recommendation letter submitted by email directly by the student’s adviser
All material should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use “Travel Grant Application 2013” as your email subject.
APPLICATION deadline: Friday April 19, 2013
A multidepartmental committee will evaluate all applications and students will be notified by email on May 1, 2013.
Funded by: The Office of the Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, The Graduate School, Latin American and Caribbean Center, Department of Hispanic Languages and Literature, Department of History and Department of Sociology at Stony Brook University.
New 2013 publication by Daniela Flesler and Adrián Pérez-Melgosa
Revisiting Jewish Spain in the Modern Era.
Edited by Daniela Flesler, Tabea Linhard, Adrián Pérez Melgosa.Published February 14th 2013 by Routledge.168 pages.
“Fazedores de desertos: viajes, guerra y Estado en América Latina (1864-1902),” Javier Uriarte's dissertation completed last year at NYU, has been distinguised with the 2012 National Award in Uruguay, under the category of Unpublished Literary Essay (Ensayo literario inédito) by the National Ministry of Education and Culture in Uruguay.
Prof. Javier Uriarte is currently Visiting Professor in Hispanic Languages and Literature at Stony Brook and teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on Latin American literary and cultural studies.
Community + Arts + Education
with La Poderosa Media Center
Friday, Feb 21
1:30 to 3:30 PM
Melville Library N-3060
Prof. Lilia Moritz Schwarcz
Prof. Felipe Martínez-Pinzón
(CUNY – College of Staten Island)
"La vorágine y sus precursores:
de la pérdida de Panamá a la Guerra con el Perú"
MONDAY, MARCH 10th at 4:30 PM
MELVILLE LIBRARY N3060
Professional Development Workshop for Graduate Students
With Proffessors Javier Uriarte and Joseph M. Pierce
March 12, 2014, 1-2.30pm in Melville Library N3060
Racialized Representations of Gender in Spain and Latin America
Wed. Mar. 26, 1 pm: Prof. Ben Sifuentes
Wed. Apr. 2, 1pm: Prof. Silvia Bermudez
Thurs. Apr. 17: film dir. Raphael Alvarez