Ana Maria Gonzalez

Ana Maria

Department of World Languages & Cultures

Assoc. Professor of Spanish, Department Chair

Contact

Ana Maria Gonzalez
Langner Hall

Phone: 830-372-6086

EMAIL


Education

2013 - present Middlebury School of Languages. Middlebury College. Vermont
M.A. French Studies – (completed 18 graduate credits)
1996 - 2002 University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Massachusetts.
Ph.D., Latin American Colonial Literature
1996 - 1999 University of Massachusetts. Amherst, Massachusetts.
M.A. Spanish Language and Literature
1994 - 1996 University of Toledo. Toledo, Ohio.
1985 - 1990 Escuela Normal Superior F.E.P. México, D.F.
B.A. Normal Superior
Obtained Bachelor's Degree in Spanish, graduating with highest honors.
1980 - 1984 Centro Regional de Educación Normal. Iguala, Guerrero, México.
Obtained Primary Education Teaching Degree, graduating with highest honors.

Teaching Experience

2009 - present Spanish Associate Professor. Texas Lutheran University. Seguin, Texas.
2003 - 2009 Spanish Assistant Professor. Texas Lutheran University. Seguin, Texas.
2002 - 2003 Visiting Spanish Assistant Professor. University of Dallas, Irving, Texas.
2000 - 2002 Visiting Spanish Instructor. University of Dallas, Irving, Texas.
1999 - 2000 Adjunct Spanish Instructor. University of Dallas, Irving, Texas.
1999 Adjunct Spanish Instructor. Collin County Community College. Plano, Texas.
1998 Spanish Instructor for the Social Services Agency – ServiceNet employees in Northampton, Massachusetts.
1997-1998 Spanish Instructor for Domestic Violence Unity employees. Northwestern District Attorney’s Office in Northampton, Massachusetts.
1996-1998 Teaching Associate. University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Massachusetts.
1995 Spanish Instructor for faculty members at the University of Toledo.
1994-1995 Spanish Teaching Associate. University of Toledo. Toledo, Ohio.
1992-1994 Spanish as a Second Language Professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Taxco Campus. Taxco, Guerrero, México.
1992 Senior Counselor and Credit Teacher for Concordia Language Villages, Concordia College, Moorehead, Minnesota.
1991 - 1992 Amity Aide at Spanish Immersion Adams Magnet School. Saint Paul, Minnesota.
1991 Senior Counselor and Credit Teacher for Concordia Language Villages, Concordia College, Moorehead, Minnesota.
1989 Elementary School English Teacher. Instituto Guerrerense de la Cultura, Centro de Cultura de Taxco.
1988 Spanish language skills workshop leader for elementary education teachers. SEP (Secretary of Public Education) México, D.F.
1987 – 1988 Special Commission at SEP (Secretary of Public Education) in a project for the design of literacy programs. Department 3. México, D.F.
1987 – 1988 Special Commission at SEP (Secretary of Public Education) Programs design project for ongoing education of teachers. Department 3. México, D.F.
1986 – 1987 4th Grade Teacher at SEP (Secretary of Public Education) México, D.F.
1985 – 1986 Cultural Activities Teacher in Elementary Education at SEP (Secretary of Public Education) Cuautitlán Izcalli, State of Mexico.
1984 – 1985 2nd Grade Teacher at SEP (Secretary of Public Education) Cuautitlán Izcalli, State of Mexico.

Publications

2015 “Words from Warriors” Stories by Veterans. Student Project Coordinator.
Compilator, editor and author. “Déjame que te cuente…” Anthology. Volume IV. Spanish Edition. Collected stories from Spanish teachers and Hispanic immigrants in the USA. Book presentation – June.
2014 Seguin Stories – Historias de Seguin Anthology. The presence of Hispanics in Seguin. Book presentation at Teatro de Artes de Juan Seguin – September 20.
Compilator, editor and author. “Déjame que te cuente…” Anthology. Volume III. Collected stories from Spanish teachers and Hispanic immigrants in the USA. Book presentation – June.
2013 Compilator, editor and author. “Déjame que te cuente…” Anthology. Volume II. Collected stories from Spanish teachers and Hispanic immigrants in the USA. Book presentation – June.
2012 Editor. Seguin Stories – Sam Flores, a conversation. Book presentation - July 27
Compilator, editor and author. “Déjame que te cuente…” Anthology. Volume I. Collected stories from Spanish teachers and Hispanic immigrants in the USA. Book presentation – June.
Editor. “Poesías de Salomé Ureña de Henríquez” first edition of 1880.
2011 La Cristiada by Diego de Hojeda. Annotated Edition.
Poetry publication CELEBRACIÓN y REVERENCIA, poemas dedicados a la mujer. Proyecto del Capítulo de Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canadá de la Academia Iberoamericana de Poesía. October.
2010 “Oquedad” - First Collection of Poems.
Cristiada se deriva de Cristo: El sentido religioso en el poema de Diego de Hojeda. Hipertexto 12, Verano 2010. pp 33-51. Judged selection.
2008 Jornadas Andinas de Literatura Latinoamericana, 2006. “’Aquí estamos y no nos vamos’: casos y cosas en la experiencia migratoria”. Universidad de los Andes. Bogotá, Colombia. Volume II. Judged selection.
2006 Spanish revised edition for Flynt-Cooter English-Español Reading Inventory for the Classroom, published by Prentice Hall. Contributor. This inventory is used to assess bilingual elementary school students reading proficiency.
2005 Naufragios: La retórica del proemio como instrumento de persuación.” In Perfiles Culturales en la Literatura Hispánica. Serie Encuentros de Viejos y Nuevos Mundos. Asociación de Estudios Culturales Hispánicos. Lima, Perú. Judged selection.
2004 “Mitos, santos y herejes en la epopeya de Hojeda” In Encuentros de viejos y nuevos mundos - Literatura Hispánica. Asociación de Estudios Culturales Hispánicos. Lima, Perú. Judged selection.
1999 “En búsqueda de Malintzin: una propuesta para desmitificar a La Malinche.” In Las representaciones de la mujer en la cultura hispánica. Universitas Castellae. Valladolid, Spain. Actas.
1998 mOthertongue Poetry Anthology contributor. Sponsored by the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of Massachusetts and the University of Massachusetts Arts Council. Judged selection.