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JAIME MARROQUÍN ARREDONDO Department of Modern Languages and Literatures Western Oregon University Humanities and Social Sciences 307 345 N. Monmouth Ave. Monmouth OR 97361 Tel. (503) 838-9250 e-mail: [email protected] ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS Assistant Professor of Spanish. Modern Languages Department. Western Oregon University. 2014. Assistant Professor of Spanish, Department of Romance, German and Slavic Languages and Literatures, The George Washington University, 2007-2014. Lecturer of Spanish, Texas State University, Spring 2007. Assistant Instructor. University of Texas at Austin, 1998-2006. EDUCATION Ph.D in Hispanic Literature, University of Texas at Austin, 2007. M.A. in Hispanic Literature, University of Texas at Austin, 2001. B.A. in Communication Sciences, Universidad de las Américas-Puebla (Mexico), 1997. AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS • Major Research Project Grant. Western Oregon University, 2014-2015. • Faculty Development Grant. Western Oregon University, 2014-2015. • Liberal Arts College Research Funds. Western Oregon University, 2014-2017. • Co-recipient of an Engaged Department Grant awarded by the Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service. George Washington University, 2013-2014. • Academic Advising Excellence Award, Columbian College of Arts and Sciences at George Washington University, 2011. • Columbian College of Arts and Sciences Facilitating Fund, The George Washington University, 2009. • Romance, German and Slavic Languages Research Fund, The George Washington University, 2007. • Farmer Fellowship, Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies. University of Texas at Austin, 2005. • Oliver Kennedy Fellowship, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Texas at Austin, 2005. • Honors at the completion of Ph.D. comprehensive exams, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Texas at Austin, 2004.

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Farmer Fellowship, Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies. University of Texas at Austin, 2000 & 1999.

PUBLICATIONS Books Missionary Science: Cultural Translation and Scientific Revolution from Colonial Mexico (in preparation). Diálogos con Quetzalcóatl: humanismo, etnografía y ciencia (1492-1577). Nuevos Hispanismos Series, edited by Julio Ortega. Madrid & Frankfurt: Iberoamericana Vervuert Press, 2014. La historia de los prejuicios en América. La Conquista. México: Porrúa, 2007. Edited volumes Translating Nature: a History of Early Modern Atlantic Science. Ed. Jaime Marroquín Arredondo and Ralph Bauer. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016 (under contract). Open Borders to a Revolution: Culture, Politics and Migration. Ed. Jaime Marroquín Arredondo, Adela Pineda and Magdalena Mieri. Washington DC: The Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2013. Peer-reviewed articles and book chapters "Ethnography and Experience: Mesoamerican Knowledge and Early Modern Science," (to be resubmitted, after readers’ review at the American Historical Review). “Introduction” (with Ralph Bauer). Translating Nature: a transcultural history of early modern science in the Atlantic world. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016 (forthcoming). “Sensual abuela: la historiografía de Gonzalo Fernández de Oviedo en los orígenes de la antropología.” Revista Alteridades, 25, 50 (2015):77-89. "Sebastián Ramírez de Fuenleal: humanismo y etnografía en los inicios de la Nueva España," El sol de los talleres. Estudios en homenaje a Stanislav Zimic . Ed. María de los Angeles Fernández Cifuentes. Newark: Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs, 2014 "Introduction" (with Adela Pineda and Magdalena Mieri). Open Borders to a Revolution: Culture, Politics and Migration. Ed. Jaime Marroquín, Adela Pineda and Magdalena Mieri. Washington D.C.: The Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2013.

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"Fallen Utopia: The Mexican Revolution in Katherine Anne Porter's 'María Concepción' and 'Flowering Judas.'" Open Borders to a Revolution: Culture, Politics and Migration. Ed. Jaime Marroquín, Adela Pineda and Magdalena Mieri. Washington: The Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2013: 111-122. “Montaigne y el escritor de fútbol. Una lectura de Dios es redondo de Juan Villoro”. Materias dispuestas. Juan Villoro ante la crítica. Ed. José Ramón Ruisánchez and Oswaldo Zavala. Madrid: Candaya, 2012: 247-60. “Los mitos caídos.” Conciencia Mexicana, Ed. Rodrigo Pereyra. (Lubbock: Céfiro Press and Cálamo, 2010): 162-166. “Reinventing Nationalisms. Mexico in the works of José Revueltas.” Trans. Revue de literature générale et comparée. 5 (2008): 2-10. “Editorial.” Revista Pterodáctilo. First issue of the Graduate Students Journal of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Texas at Austin. (2002). Book reviews Narrar lo imposible: la crónica indiana desde sus márgenes by José Manuel Camacho Delgado. Revista Iberoamericana 59 (2015): 37-38. With a Book in their Hands: Chicano/a Readers and Readerships Across the Centuries, Manuel M. Martín-Rodríguez, ed. SHARP News, the quarterly bulletin of The Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, 24,3 (2015): 20-21. The Spectacular City, Mexico and Colonial Hispanic Literary Culture by Stephanie Merrim. Renaissance Quarterly Journal. 64.2 (2011): 568-69. Fiesta, espectáculo y teatralidad en el México de los conquistadores. by Hugo Hernán Ramírez. Renaissance Quarterly Journal. 63.2 (2010): 581-82. 68’ by Paco Ignacio Taibo. Revista Pterodáctilo 1 (2002): 43. Interviews Interview (with Adela Pineda) to John Womack. Open Borders to a Revolution: Culture, Politics and Migration. Eds. Jaime Marroquín, Adela Pineda and Magdalena Mieri. Washington D.C.: The Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2013. “Amor por el moderno caníbal.” Interview to Eduardo Subirats. Revista Pterodáctilo. 1 (2002): 2-11.

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Translations Translation of essays by William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Mathew J. Bruccoli, P.J. O’Rourke and Mary Morris. Hacia el paisaje del mezcal. Viajeros norteamericanos en México. Siglos XIX y XX. Ed. Adela Pineda y Leticia M. Brauchli. Mexico: Aldus, 2001. SYMPOSIUMS ORGANIZED Chair of the Symposium, From History to Science in the Early Modern Atlantic World. Mexican Cultural Institute at Washington D.C. Supported by George Washington University, the Kislak Family Foundation, the Embassy of Spain, the Mexican Cultural Institute and the Early Americas Working Group. April 29, 2014. Keynote Speaker: Jorge Cañizares Esguerra, Alice Drysdale Sheffield Professor of History at the University of Texas at Austin. Co-chair of the Symposium Creating an Archetype: The Influence of the Mexican Revolution in the US. Held at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History in Washington D.C. Sponsored by Smithsonian Museum of American History, Mexican Cultural Institute, University of Maryland at College Park, George Washington University and Boston University. September, 2010 Keynote speaker: Gilbert M. Joseph, Farnam Professor of History at Yale University. KEYNOTE ADDRESSES AND LECTURES “Other Words, Similar Things: Early Modern Natural Science as Cultural Translation.” Keynote. Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Maryland, College Park. March, 2016. Sponsored by the Early Americas Working Group, Kislak Family Foundation and the University of Maryland, College Park. “Para describir Anáhuac: humanismo, etnografía y ciencia.” Keynote. Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Science and Humanities. Mexico National University (UNAM). Part of the conferences cycle: New Historiographical Approaches to the History of Science. Mexico City, November 27, 2014. "Early Americas' Ethnography and Early Modern Science," Lecture. From History to Science in the Early Modern Atlantic World symposium. Mexican Cultural Institute at Washington D.C. Sponsored by George Washington University and the Kislak Family Foundation. April 29, 2014. "Las Fronteras de una Revolución," Keynote. Mexico's Permanent Mission at the Organization of American States (OAS) Commemoration of the 103th Anniversary of the Mexican Revolution. Loggia of the Art, Museum of the Americas, OAS, Washington DC. November 20, 2013. “The Origins of the Baroque in Mexico,” Lecture, Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington, DC. November 16, 2009.

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PANELS ORGANIZED “Translating Nature: A Transcultural History of Early Modern Science in the Atlantic World,” 2016 Translation and Transmission in the Early Americas: The Fourth Early Americanist 'Summit.' University of Maryland and Washington DC, 2-5 June, 2016 “Ethnography of Indies and Early Modern Sciences,” 2016 Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Congress, New York City, May, 2016. "Translating Nature: a Cross-Cultural History of Early Modern Science." Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies (ASPHS) annual conference. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, March 2015 "Early Modern Atlantic Scientific Discourses." History of Science Society Meeting. Chicago, November, 2014. "Transborder and Transoceanic Dialogues" 2013 Latin American Studies Association Congress (LASA) at Washington DC, June 2013. “Nuevos Deslindes: Alfonso Reyes y los estudios literarios contemporáneos,” 38th International Institute of Iberoamerican Literature (IILI) Congress, Georgetown University, Washington DC, June, 2010. “La literatura como epistemología: desde el Nuevo Mundo hasta el Nuevo Orden,” 2009 Latin American Studies Association Congress (LASA) at the Pontificia Universidade Católica de Rio de Janeiro, June 2009. PAPERS PRESENTED “Early Natural Science as Cultural Translation: ‘ethnographic’ practices in Gonzalo Fernández de Oviedo’s Historia general y natural de las Indias.” 2016 Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Congress, New York City, May, 2016. “Cosmopolitan Anahuac: the political economy of Toribio de Benavente Motolinía’s Mexican utopia.” Forum of Colonial Latin American Literatures Session; ‘The Economics of Empire in the Early Modern Iberian World’ Panel. Modern Languages Association (MLA) 2016 National Convention. Austin, January 2016. “Sensual abuela: la historiografía de Gonzalo Fernández de Oviedo en los inicios de la ciencia moderna.” Anthropology and the Senses Symposium at the 4th Latin American Congress of Anthropology at Mexico National University, Old School of Medicine, Mexico City, October 2015.

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“Utopias from Greater Mexico: the Mexican Revolution as transnational political imagination,” Transnational(ist) Mexico: Displacement, Migration, and Mobility Conference. University of Maryland, College Park, September 2015. "Franciscan Utopian Thought and Early Modern Science: the case of Toribio de Benavente Motolinía's Memoriales." Reading Science Panel. Renaissance Society of America (RSA) Conference. Berlin, March 2015. "Describing Anahuac: Classical Rhetoric and Early Modern Natural Science in the Florentine Codex." 'Early Modern Materialisms' session. Modern Languages Association (MLA). Division for Comparative Studies in Renaissance and Baroque Literature. 2015 National Convention. Vancouver, January 2015. "Ethnography and Experience in Francisco Hernández's Mexican Natural History." Early Modern Atlantic Scientific Discourses Panel. History of Science Society Meeting. Chicago, November 2014. "Early Modern Ethnography as Critical Discourse: Utopian Paradox in Motolinía's Memoriales (1527-1541)." 'Politics, Ethnography and the Paradoxes of Empire' Session, History and Historiographies/Historical Processes’ track. 2014 Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Congress. Chicago, May 2014. "Another Fallen Utopia: Katherine Anne Porter and the Mexican Revolution," 2013 Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Congress, Washington DC, June 2013. "Ethics and Nature in the Works of Francisco Hernández," Annual Renaissance Society Meeting, Montreal, March 2011. “When Science and Literature Were One. The Historia General de las cosas de Nueva España by Bernardino de Sahagún,” Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: Ethics and Objects in the Early Modern and Medieval Periods, The George Washington University Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute (MEMSI) Conference, March 2011. “La Historia como arte de naturaleza: una lectura natural de Visión de Anáhuac,” 38th International Institute of Iberoamerican Literature Congress, Georgetown University, June, 2010. “Mexico, New Spain and the Western Idea of History,” Annual Renaissance Society Meeting in Venice, Italy, April 2010. “Los frágiles límites del Saber. El Códice Florentino de Bernardino de Sahagún” 2009 Latin American Studies Association Conference at the Pontificia Universidade Católica de Rio de Janeiro, June 2009. “Montaigne y Villoro,” 2009 ACLA Conference Global Languages, Local Cultures. Harvard University, March 2009.

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“The Aztec Encyclopedia of Bernardino de Sahagún. Science and literature after the Conquest,” 37th International Iberoamerican Literature Institute Congress, at the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla. Puebla, Mexico, June 2008 “Mexico and Revueltas” Marxism 2000 Conference. University of Massachussets. March, 2000. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Book and article peer reviews “Lost and Found: The early natural histories of Mexico and the vagaries of literary fashion.” Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History. September, 2015. Idolatry and the Construction of the Spanish Empire, Brepols Publishers, August, 2015. Workshops Co-chair, “Rethinking early modern ethnography” Workshop. Center of Interdisciplinary Investigations in Science and Humanities, UNAM, Mexico City, November 27, 2015. Interviews “Cuatro Preguntas a Jaime Marroquín,” interview by María Pizarro Prada published on Iberoamericana/Vervuert Blog (http://blog.ibero-americana.net/2014/12/17/cuatropreguntas-a-jaime-marroquin/), December 17, 2014. “Humanism and Mexico” Interview by Ignacio Albarracín from Washington D.C. Public Library, December, 2009, (http://vimeo.com/8252019). TV Interview about 16th century Spanish missionary and ethnographer Bernardino de Sahagún. Cultural show Entrelíneas: Canal 22. Mexico City, September 15, 2008. Other professional activities Nominated by the Modern Languages Association (MLA) executive committee of the LLC Colonial Latin American Forum to stand for election to the 2016-2021 executive committee. Panel Moderator, Organization of American States (OAS) Commemoration of the 208th Anniversay of Benito Juárez's Birthday. Salón de las Americas, OAS. Washington DC, March 21, 2014.

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Attended the 2013 Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Annual Awards Gala in representation of George Washington University, invited by Gilbert Cisneros, president of the Gilbert and Jacki Cisneros Foundation. Washington DC, October 1, 2013. Guest Speaker, Latin American "Regional Foundations" Class, Elliot School of International Affairs, the George Washington University, March 2012. Founder and Editor in Chief of Revista Pterodáctilo, Journal of the Graduate Students of the Spanish and Portuguese Department at the University of Texas at Austin, 2000-2001. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Western Oregon University Upper-level undergraduate language, literature and culture courses: Spanish 319 Spanish for Heritage Speakers I, II, III (Fall 2014-Fall 2015). Spanish 401 Advanced Grammar and Conversation. Spanish 340 Culture and Civilization of Mexico (Fall 2015). Spanish 370 Introduction to Latin American Literature (Spring 2015). Spanish 339 Latin American Culture and Civilization (Winter 2015). Spanish 401 Chicano/Latino Literature and Culture (Fall 2014). Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico. History Program, Humanities Department. Graduate Seminar: Describing Anahuac (November, 2012). The George Washington University (2007-2014): * (New course) Upper-level undergraduate literature courses: Spanish 4450: Mexican Literature and Culture: "Describing Anahuac" (Fall 2012)* Spanish 3510: Golden Age Literature (Spring 2012, 2011, Fall 2008) Spanish 3560: Early-modern Poetry of Spain and Latin America (Spring 2012)* Spanish 4600: The Mexican Revolution (Fall 2010)* Spanish 149: Spanish American Colonial Literature (Spring 2010, 2008, 2013) Spanish 145: Modern Spanish-American Poetry (Spring 2010, Fall 2008, 2012)* Spanish 134: Origins of Mexico (Fall 2009)* Spanish 122: Cervantes' Don Quixote (Fall 2009, 2007, Spring 2013) Spanish 147: Latin American Essay (Spring 2009, Fall 2013) Spanish 133: The Spanish Perception of Mexico (Spring 2008)* Spanish 3220: Spanish and Latin American Civilization II (Spring 2011)* Spanish 3210: Spanish and Latin American Civilization I (Fall 2010, 2013)* Spanish 090: Textual Analysis (Spring 2009, Fall 2008) University of Texas at Austin (1998-2006): All levels of Spanish, including advanced grammar and composition courses.

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Advising Spanish Majors and Minors, Western Oregon University, 2015. Chicano/Latino Studies Minor, WOU, 2015. Latin American Studies Minor, WOU, 2015. Spanish Club Student Association, WOU, 2015. Spanish Majors and Minors, George Washington University, 2007-2014. Thesis and Dissertation Supervision Member, Master in Bilingual Education Thesis Committee, Vanessa Rodríguez, Western Oregon University, (Spring 2016) Member, Ph.D. Dissertation Committee, Soohyun Jung, Spanish, University of Texas at Austin (Summer 2012). Director, Honors Thesis, Alexandra Sugurel, George Washington University (Spring 2011). Director, Honors Thesis, Megan Masciola, GWU (Spring 2010). Mentoring and Undergraduate Research Assistants Jaime Velasco, Research Assistant, George Washington University, (2013-2014). Stefan Jimenez-Wisler, Contemporary Latin American Novel, GWU (Spring 2013). Daniel Zozaya Brown, Research Assistant, GWU (2011-2012). Alexandra Sugurel, Latin American Film through Literature, GWU (Fall 2010). Cindy Medina, Research Assistant, GWU (Fall 2010). Megan Masciola, New Spain's Literature, GWU (Spring 2010). ACADEMIC SERVICE Committee/Consultant Work • Dual Language Education Advisor, (Spanish ESOL/Bilingual Education), College of Education and College of Liberal Arts, Western Oregon University, 2015-2016 academic year. • Member, Faculty Senate, Western Oregon University, 2015-2016 academic year. • Member, Joint Committee on Educator Preparation, Western Oregon University, 2015-2016 academic year. • Member, Curriculum Reform Committee. Spanish Program at Western Oregon University (Fall 2014). • Member, Portuguese Language Program Evaluation Committee, George Washington University (Spring 2013). • Member, Search Committee for Assistant Professor in Medieval and Golden Age Spanish literature GWU (2012-2013). • Member of the Columbian College at George Washington University Committee and Gilbert Cisneros Foundation Initiative for the Promotion of First Generation Students GWU (2012). • Member, Search Committee for Assistant Professor in Medieval and Golden Age Spanish literature GWU (2010-2011). • Member of the University Committee on Research GWU (Spring 2010). 9

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• Chair, Search Committee for Spanish Language Specialist GWU (2009-2010). • Member, Committee for the review of George Washington University Madrid Spanish Program at the Universidad Autónoma of Madrid (Spring 2009). • Member, Search Committee for Spanish Language Specialist GWU (2008-2009). SERVICE LEARNING/COMMUNITY OUTREACH Counselor, Instituto de Cultura Oregoniana. June 2015-present. Advisor, Spanish Club, Student Organization, Western Oregon University, September 2015-present. Coordinator, Espacio Latino, Western Oregon University Latino Students’ annual colloquium. Sponsored by WOU Multicultural Students Services and Programs and recipient of a WOU Diversity Initiative Grant. May 2015-present. Executive Committee Member. Western Oregon University’s and the City of Salem’s Cultural Ambassadors project. This initiative provides WOU bilingual students with the opportunity to conduct bilingual work at the city of Salem’s cultural venues via internship/practicum class arrangements. Fall 2014-present. Writing workshop for Spanish-speaking students at Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School in Washington DC. Fall 2012-Spring 2013. (For references contact Jorge Delgado, Assistant Principal, [email protected]). Co-recipient of an Engaged Department Grant awarded by the Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service. George Washington University 2013-2014. LANGUAGES Native speaker of Spanish, near-native fluency in English, advanced Portuguese, reading knowledge of French and Nahuatl. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Modern Languages Association Latin American Studies Association (Colonial, Mexico, and Latino Studies sections) Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies History of Science Society Renaissance Society of America Early Americas Working Group

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REFERENCES Ricardo Padrón Associate Professor of Spanish Dept. of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese 444 New Cabell Hall Charlottesville, VA 22904 Tel. 434 924 4658 Email: [email protected] Ralph Bauer Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature Director of Graduate Studies University of Maryland, Department of English Tawes Hall College Park, MD 20742 Tel. 301 405 3810 Email: [email protected] José Pardo-Tomás Senior Researcher Institució “Milà i Fontanals” Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) Carrer Egipcíaques, 15 Barcelona, 08001 Spain Tel. +34 934 423 489 Email: [email protected]f.csic.es

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