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Janet W Acevedo
Director and Lecturer, ASL/English Interpreting Program

Phone: 317-274-4025 (Office)
Email: jacevedo@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 421A


Janet Acevedo Emeritus/Retired 317-274-4025 (Office) jacevedo@iupui.edu Director and Lecturer, ASL/English Interpreting Program BA; Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, Illinois; 1970
MA; New York University, New York, N.Y.; 1976
American Sign Language
English as a Second Language
English for Academic Purposes
Sign Language Interpreting
Consultant, Adaptive Educational Services Office Member, Steering Committee for People With Disabilities Member, Captioning Sub-Committee 1 0 0 1 0 WLAC-RETIRED
Marta Antón
Professor of Spanish
Chair, Department of World Languages & Cultures Associate Director, Spanish Resource Center at IUPUI

Phone: 317-274-0421
Email: manton@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 545A


Marta Antón World Languages & Cultures, Graduate Faculty, Graduate MAT in Spanish, World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-0421 manton@iupui.edu Professor of Spanish
Chair, Department of World Languages & Cultures Associate Director, Spanish Resource Center at IUPUI
Licenciatura, University of Oviedo,
M.A University of Massachusetts-Amherst,
Ph.D. University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Second language acquisition, sociocultural theory, assessment, Hispanic linguistics (sociolinguistics and phonology) Acquisition of Spanish as a Second Language, Methods of Teaching Spanish, Sociolinguistics, Spanish Linguistics Teaching Excellence Recognition Award (1997), Teacher of the Year awards by Indiana Foreign Language Teachers’ Association (2001) and Indiana Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (2001), Distinguished Service Award by the Indiana Network for Early Language Learning (2005),Outstanding Faculty Award by the School of Liberal Arts, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (2013). Advisory Board Member, Language Teaching (Cambridge University Press) and Language and Sociocultural Theory (Springer); President, Indiana Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese; Examiner, Diploma de Español como Lengua Extranjera (DELE); Coordinator, National Spanish Exam for Indiana; member, Executive Board of the Indiana Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. Book: Métodos de evaluación de ELE (Arco Libros, 2013), book chapters in The Routledge Handbook of Language Testing (Routledge 2012), Spanish Second Language Acquisition: The State of the Science (Georgetown University Press 2003), Teachers’ roles in second language learning: Classroom applications of sociocultural theory (Information Age Publishing 2012), and articles in academic journals such as International Journal of Applied Linguistics, Language Teaching, Foreign Language Annals, The Modern Language Journal, The Canadian Modern Language Review, Hispania, Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana, Revista Española de Lingüística Aplicada, Estudios de Lingüística, Communication and Medicine, The Journal of Rhetoric, Professional Communication, and Globalization, etc. 1 0 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Edmundo F Arauco


Phone: 317-274-0062
Email: edarauco@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA545


Edmundo Arauco World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-0062 edarauco@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Enrica J. Ardemagni
Professor Emerita of Spanish; Director of Graduate Studies and Certificate in Translation Studies Program; Senior Faculty, University College; Adjunct Professor, IU School of Medicine Department of Family Medicine

Phone: 317-274-8957
Email: eardema@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502G


Enrica Ardemagni Graduate Translation Studies, Emeritus/Retired, World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-8957 eardema@iupui.edu Professor Emerita of Spanish; Director of Graduate Studies and Certificate in Translation Studies Program; Senior Faculty, University College; Adjunct Professor, IU School of Medicine Department of Family Medicine B.A., M.A. University of Arkansas,
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin,
Certified Trainer in Cultural Competency Graduate Certificate in Medical Interpreting,
Indiana Supreme Court Certified Court Interpreter Certified Healthcare Interpreter CHI(TM), Certificate in Online Teaching
Medieval literature; Spanish for business, health and law; Translation studies; Interpreting; Online Teaching and Learning. Boyer Scholar, 2007-2008,
SLA Faculty Fellow 2007,
University College Faculty Fellowship, 2004
Liberal Arts Teaching Scholar, 2002, 2003
Trustees Teaching Award, 2001, 2002, 2008
NETwork for Excellence in Teaching Award, 1999
Teaching Excellence Recognition Award, 1998, 2000
University of Arkansas Distinguished Alumni Award, 1998
President, School of Liberal Arts Faculty Assembly; President, National Council on Interpreting in Health Care; Past Administrative Chair, American Translators Association (ATA) Literary Division, Past President/Founding Member Midwest Association of Translators and Interpreters; Administrator ATA Educators Division. Editions of medieval medical texts, articles published in the American Translators Association Chronicle, the ATA Spanish Language Division Newsletter, the American Association of Pediatrics Newsletter, the International Journal of Teaching, and articles in books on medieval literature. 1 0 0 1 0 WLAC-SPAN
Edwin U Arellano


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: earellan@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Edwin Arellano World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-1103 earellan@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Clayton Baker
Professor Emeritus of Spanish



Clayton Baker Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Emeritus/Retired Professor Emeritus of Spanish B.A. Ball State University 1950
M.A. Indiana University 1955
Ph.D. Indiana University 1969
Spanish language and composition, foreign language pedagogy, teaching foreign language to the adult learner Cited for Outstanding Leadership by the AATSP National Spanish Examinations 1985, cited for Outstanding Service to the Profession1990, and Indiana Chapter of AATSP Professor of the Year 1991 numerous papers and articles 1 0 0 1 0 WLAC-RETIRED
John D. Barlow
Professor Emeritus of English and German
Adjunct Professor of Philanthropic Studies, Women's Studies, and Communication Studies
Dean Emeritus of the School of Liberal Arts



John Barlow Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Emeritus/Retired Professor Emeritus of English and German
Adjunct Professor of Philanthropic Studies, Women's Studies, and Communication Studies
Dean Emeritus of the School of Liberal Arts
B.A. New York University 1958
M.A. New York University 1961
Ph.D. New York University 1967
Literature and the arts in the 20th century, translation, philanthropy and literature German Expressionist Film (Boston 1982)
Articles on cinema and music, translations, including Martin Heidegger: "Plato's Doctrine of Truth" (1962), Jean Améry: On Aging (Bloomington 1994), Jean Améry: On Suicide (Bloomington 1999)
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James G. Beaudry
Assistant Professor Emeritus of French



James Beaudry Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Emeritus/Retired Assistant Professor Emeritus of French B.A. St. Mary's College 1949
M.A. Laval University (Canada) 1956
D.Th. University of Montreal 1960
M.A. University of Illinois 1970
Ph.D. University of Illinois 1973
The "Essais" of Montaigne, and French-speaking Canadian literature and civilization Faculty Enrichment Award from the Canadian Government 1989-90 Volunteer counselor for SHIPP (Senior Health Insurance Information Program) and teaches senior citizens how to use computers 1 0 0 1 0 WLAC-RETIRED
Gabrielle S. Bersier
Emerita Professor of German
Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies


Phone: 317-27C-A545
Email: gbersier@iupui.edu


Gabrielle Bersier World Languages & Cultures - German, Women's Studies 317-27C-A545 gbersier@iupui.edu Emerita Professor of German
Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies
B.A. Vorprüfung Johann Gutenberg University (Germany) 1973
M.A. University of Wisconsin (Madison) 1975
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin (Madison) 1979
Goethe, German classicism and romanticism, philosophy of nature, literature-science relations, parody, autobiography, literature-arts relations, intermediality, German theater German literature, culture, theater and language Teaching Excellence Recognition Award 2000
Indiana Association of Teachers of German Post-Secondary Teacher of the Year 2000
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship 2001-2002
IUPUI Engaged Department Initiative 2005-2008
New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities Grant 2008-2009
Departmental Chair (World Languages and Cultures) 2002-2012
Wunschbild und Wirklichkeit.Deutsche Utopien im 18. Jahrhundert (Carl Winter 1981), Goethes Rätselparodie der Romantik.Eine neue Leseart der 'Wahlverwandtschaften'(Niemeyer 1997), Wege des Heilens.Goethes physiologische Autobiographie 'Dichtung und Wahrheit' (Königshausen & Neumann 2014),
Book Chapters, Articles in journals including: Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte, Eighteenth-Century Life, Eighteenth-Century Studies, Goethe-Jahrbuch, Goethe Yearbook, Jahrbuch des Freien Deutschen Hochstifts,Monatshefte, Recherches Germaniques, Word & Image
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Didier Ghislain Bertrand
Director, a Program in French Associate Professor of French

Phone: 317-274-3902
Email: bertrand@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501E


Didier Bertrand World Languages & Cultures - French, Graduate Translation Studies 317-274-3902 bertrand@iupui.edu Director, a Program in French Associate Professor of French B.A. Université de Picardie (France) 1982
M.A. University of Iowa 1985
Ph.D. University of Iowa 1991
Curriculum development, Writing, the Robinson Crusoe narratives, Post-colonial and Feminist Studies, Literature and Photography (Ekphrasis), literature and religion, French Canadian Literature and Culture.

Authors: Jules Verne, Michel Tournier, Marguerite Duras, Monique Proulx, Jacques Poulin, Roch Carrier, and Patrick Modiano, to name a few.

Writing Across the Curriculum, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Pedagogy of technology, Online Teaching, UDL (Universal Design for Learning). Carnegie Fellowship, 2001-2002
IUPUI Network for Excellence in Teaching 1996
Teaching Excellence Recognition Award 1998-2000
IUPUI Writing Faculty Forum 1998
Outstanding Club Advisor Award 1999
West European National Resource Center Grant 2000
Translator. English <> French. Reviewer, The French Review; Consultant, Houghton-Mifflin Co.; Consultant, Heinle & Heinle Co; Director, Program in French, WLAC, IUPUI Test Yourself in French Grammar (National Textbook Corp 1996)
Co-author Entre Amis: Cahier d'Activites (Houghton-Mifflin Co. 1998) and Controverses(Cengage, 2006; 2nd edition: 2011)
Articles in Romance Notes, Romance Languages Annals, Religion & Literature, Dalhousie French Studies, Les CahiersForell, and Iris
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Sara Bianco


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: sabianco@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Sara Bianco World Languages & Cultures 317-274-1103 sabianco@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC
Amy Bomke
Lecturer,Spanish
Coordinator of First Year Spanish Program
Department of World Languages and Cultures

Phone: 317-278-2294
Email: abomke@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502A


Amy Bomke World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-278-2294 abomke@iupui.edu Lecturer,Spanish
Coordinator of First Year Spanish Program
Department of World Languages and Cultures
M.A. 1998 University of Northern Iowa beginning language learning, Spanish culture and civilization, teaching L2 writing 1 0 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Steven Borders
Adjunct Professor

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: svborder@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Steven Borders Latino Studies Program, World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-1103 svborder@iupui.edu Adjunct Professor MA, IUPUI 2017 MA, University of Arizona, 2007 BA, Indiana University, 2003 foreign language teaching linguistics sociolinguistics cultural studies Spanish 203 Spanish 313 Latino Studies 101 Latino Studies 350 Hispanic Honor Society American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese Medical Interpreter 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
John Andrew Borkowski


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: joborkow@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


John Borkowski American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 joborkow@iupui.edu B.A. Gallaudet University 1991, M.S. Rochester Institute of Technology 2005 Indiana School for the Deaf - High School Social Studies 2005-present ASL Instructor 2011-present 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Leon H. Bourke
Professor Emeritus of French
Founder, I.U. Dijon Academic Summer Program, Dijon, France.
Started the Latin program at IUPUI.



Leon Bourke Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Emeritus/Retired Professor Emeritus of French
Founder, I.U. Dijon Academic Summer Program, Dijon, France.
Started the Latin program at IUPUI.
B.A. St. Anselm's College 1948
M.A. Laval University (Canada) 1952
Ph.D. 1957
M.S.T. Christian Theological Seminary 1984.

Director, NDEA Language Institutes for Elementary and Secondary School Teachers of French 1962, 1963.

Certificate in Language Administration, NDEA Institute, University of Massachusetts program in Arcachon, France 1968

Nineteenth and twentieth-century French literature, the French Revolution, and methodology of teaching languages, Latin and French translation. Retirement: lecturing and teaching Papers presented at the Annual Colloquium on Modern Literature and the Cinema held at the University of West Virginia 1 0 0 1 0 WLAC-RETIRED
Herbert J. Brant
Associate Professor of Spanish
Director of the Program in Spanish


Phone: 317-274-8206
Email: hbrant@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501G


Herbert Brant Graduate MAT in Spanish, World Languages & Cultures - Spanish, Women's Studies 317-274-8206 hbrant@iupui.edu Associate Professor of Spanish
Director of the Program in Spanish
B.A. in Spanish and French, Rosary College (now Dominican University), 1980
A.M. (Master of Arts in the Teaching of Spanish), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1985
Ph.D. in Spanish, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1990
Spanish language and pedagogy, Argentine literature and culture, 20th century prose fiction of Latin America, GLBTQ Literature of Latin America, Jorge Luis Borges, Latin American Modernism and Avant-Garde, Second Language Acquisition and Teaching Methodology Spanish language (all levels), Latin American literature and culture, Language teaching methodology Faculty Development Grant-in-Aid of Research, 1993 and 2000
Liberal Arts Summer Research Grant, 2000
International Projects and Activities Grant, 2001 and 2003
Special Focus (Gateway Course) Grant, 2003
IUPUI Arts and Humanities Grant, 2011
Spanish Teacher of the Year (University Level), Indiana Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (IAATSP), 2006.
Director of the Program in Spanish, 2002-2007 and 2012 to 2015; Director of Graduate Studies in Spanish, 2008-2010; Lead Advisor for the Department of World Languages & Cultures-Spanish, 2005-2015;

Resident Director of IUPUI Graduate Summer Institute for Teachers in Salamanca, Spain 2003;

Director of the Program in Spanish 2002-2007;

Secretary of SLA Faculty Assembly 1999-2001;

Resident Director, IU Study Abroad Program in Salamanca, Spain 1998;

Various School of Liberal Arts committees;

Co-Director, IUPUI's Congreso de Didáctica del Español 1996-2004.

Contributions to journals: Hispania, Hispanófila, Chasqui, Romance Languages Annual, Latin American Literary Review, and Confluencia
Contributions to books: Bodies and Biases: Representations of Sexualities in Hispanic Literatures and Cultures U of Minnesota P, 1993; Spanish American Literature: A Collection of Essays Garland P, 1998; and Ernesto Pellegrini’s Asfalto, Buenos Aires, 2004.
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Rebecca A Buchan


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: rbuchan@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Rebecca Buchan American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 rbuchan@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Tamara M Cabrera
Assistant Professor of Spanish and Translation Studies

Phone: 317-278-5818
Email: tmcabrer@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA502B


Tamara Cabrera Graduate Translation Studies, Graduate MAT in Spanish, World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-278-5818 tmcabrer@iupui.edu Assistant Professor of Spanish and Translation Studies Ph.D in Languages, Texts and Contexts. University of Granada, Spain. 2015 MA in Translation and Interpreting. University of Granada, Spain. 2011 0 0 0 0 0 WLAC-GTS
Judith Lynn Carlstrand


Phone: 317-274-0062
Email: jlroman@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA545


Judith Carlstrand World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-0062 jlroman@iupui.edu B.A. Spanish & French, Purdue University 1973 M.A. Spanish Literature, Indiana University 1975 Ph.D. Spanish & Latin American Lit,The University of Texas, Austin 1983 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Thorsten Carstensen
Assistant Professor of German

Phone: 317-278-6349
Email: tcarsten@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA501B


Thorsten Carstensen World Languages & Cultures - German, Max Kade German-American Center, Graduate Translation Studies 317-278-6349 tcarsten@iupui.edu Assistant Professor of German Ph.D German Literature, New York University, 2012
M.A. German Literature, History, and English, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, 2006
Visiting Graduate Student, University of Michigan, 2003-2004

19th- and 20th-century German Literature
Literature and Architecture
Exile and Literature
Travel Literature
German Literature and the "Lebensreform" movements

Spring 2017:
G 370/G371: German Cinema / Der deutsche Film
G 408: Love and Nature in the Age of Romanticism

OVPIA Short-Term Faculty Exchange (IU), Hamburg University, 2016
Trustees Teaching Award (IUPUI), 2016
Shipps Faculty Award (IUPUI), 2014, 2015, 2016
School of Liberal Arts Summer Research Grant (IUPUI), 2013 and 2016
Arts and Humanities Internal Grant (IUPUI), 2013
New Frontiers Exploratory Travel Fellowship, Indiana University, 2013
Dean's Dissertation Fellowship, New York University (2012, declined)
GSAS Predoctoral Summer Fellowship, New York University, 2008 and 2009
Henry M. MacCracken Fellowship, New York University (2007 - 2012)
DAAD travel fellowship, 2005
Max Kade Fellowship, University of Michigan (2003/2004)
Baden-Württemberg travel fellowship, 2003
Fulbright Scholarship, University of Michigan (2003/2004)

Book reviews in journals such as Monatshefte, Journal of Austrian Literature, and Literaturkritik.de.

Monograph:
Romanisches Erzählen. Peter Handke und die epische Tradition, Göttingen: Wallstein, 2013.

Edited Volumes:
Die tägliche Schrift. Peter Handke als Leser, Bielefeld: transcript, to be published in 2018.
Alltag in der Literatur der Moderne, forthcoming in 2017 (co-edited with Mattias Pirholt).
Die Literatur der Lebensreform. Kulturkritik und Aufbruchstimmung um 1900, Bielefeld: Transcript, 2016 (co-edited with Marcel Schmid).

Journal articles and book chapters:
“Skepticism and Responsibility. Paul Auster's The Book of Illusions,” in: Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, forthcoming in 2017.
"Kulturlandschaft im Dschungel. Ernst Jünger auf Ceylon", in: Michaela Holdenried/Alexander Honold/Stefan Hermes (Hg.), Reiseliteratur der Moderne und Postmoderne, Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag, 2017.
"Erfrischungen für Leib und Seele. Der lebensreformerische Diskurs im Kunstwart", in: Carstensen/Marcel Schmid (Hg.), Die Literatur der Lebensreform. Aufbruchstimmung und Kulturkritik um 1900.
“Keine Spuren hinterlassen. Bauen, Wohnen und Erben bei Thomas Bernhard,” in: Gegenwartsliteratur. A German Studies Yearbook, 13 (2014).
“Die Geschichte zwischen Mann und Frau. Peter Handke und die Liebe,” in: Gegenwartsliteratur. A German Studies Yearbook, 12 (2013).
"Der Welt nachlauschen. Peter Handkes Poetik des Hörens", in: Entwürfe. Zeitschrift für Literatur, 67 (2011).
"Herr Seiner Zeit. Peter Handkes Don Juan und das heilsame Abenteuer des Erzählens", in: Zeitschrift für Deutsche Philolologie, 02/2009.
“Zwischen Rekonstruktion und Dekonstruktion. Hermann Brochs Roman Die Schlafwandler am Ausgang der Moderne,“ in: Seminar – A Journal of German Studies, February 2010.
"Shattering the Word-Mirror in Elizabeth Costello: J.M. Coetzee's Deconstructive Experiment", in: The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, March 2007.

Translation:
Hans Fallada, Wolf Among Wolves. Afterword and partial translation. New York: Melville House, 2010.

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Anthony Charles Crist
Mr. Anthony Charles Crist B.A.

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: accrist@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Anthony Crist World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-1103 accrist@iupui.edu Mr. Anthony Charles Crist B.A. B.A., Indiana University, 2007 M.A.T., Indiana University, 2013(In progress) Spanish Culture and Civilization, Grammar, Cultural Immersion, Study Abroad, Teaching Methodology, Second Language Acquisition French Culture and Civilization, Grammar Lawrence Central High School 2012, Level 1 and Level 3 Spanish 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Danielle Lynn Davis


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: davis47@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Danielle Davis World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-1103 davis47@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Robert Dramin


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: rdramin@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Robert Dramin American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 rdramin@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Alan Christopher Fleming


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: fleminac@indiana.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Alan Fleming Classical Studies 317-274-1103 fleminac@indiana.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-CLAS
Alicia A Fleming
Associate Faculty of Spanish and Latino Studies

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: aaflemin@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Alicia Fleming Latino Studies Program, World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-1103 aaflemin@iupui.edu Associate Faculty of Spanish and Latino Studies B.A. French and Spanish, Minor-International Studies IUPUI, 2007 M.A.T. Spanish IUPUI 2012 Afro-Cuban Poetry and Literature, Afro-Cuban Spanish dialect, Latin American Culture, Afro-French Poetry and Literature Teaching: Current: First Year Spanish (SPAN S131, SPAN 132, LATS L101), Ivy Tech (S101, S102, S203, S204) Previous: Beginning Spanish II (SPAN S118), Martin U (S101, S102, S203, S204) Barbara Thoerson White Scholarship, Indiana University Fall 2007 Certificado de Ponente a la Conferencia de Lengua, Universidad de Hidalgo September 2011 Certificate of Recognition as Exponent of Poetry/Language Workshop, UAEH October 2011 Certificate of Recognition as Exponent of the Expo Lengua y Cultura, UAEH November 2011 Certificate of Recognition de Estancia Académica, Universidad de Hidalgo December 2011 Alicia Fleming Writing Contest established by: Universidad de Hidalgo/LELI March 2012 Interpreting for local organizations and private companies; Teaching French, Spanish and ESL classes to private citizens International Host Program at IUPUI for the past 3 years, Volunteer for Eitlejorg Museum “Intercultural Understanding: Repairing the Disconnection between African and African Americans via Language and Literature”. Social Science Research Network November 23, 2014. Web. “Cry Freedom”. Chirico Chicano-Requinto Studies Journal, Indiana University (2012) El Azul. Poetry/Short Story Anthology. Hidalgo: Universidad de Hidalgo/ LELI, 2010. “La Lengua”, “Flamenco”. Marcapaso. Universidad de Salamanca 8.4 (2010): 4. My Soul Inside Out. Indianapolis: Anansi Publishing, 2006. 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Jason Wendell Formon
Teacher of Spanish

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: jformon@imail.iu.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Jason Formon World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-1103 jformon@imail.iu.edu Teacher of Spanish B.A. University of Indiana 2014 Spanish Grammar I taught English as a second language at the University of Guadalajara (Proulex) 2006-2008. I made the Dean's List five times between 2011 and 2014 and earned a minor in psychology. I received a Letter of Commendation from the United States Navy Captain of the USS. George Washington (CVN-73), 2004. Medical Interpreter at St. Francis Hospital (2009-2010). U.S Census Enumerator and Field Verifier. 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Rosario Garnemark


Phone: 317-278-5818
Email: rogarn@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA502A


Rosario Garnemark World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-278-5818 rogarn@iupui.edu 0 0 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Wendy Garringer


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: wgarring@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Wendy Garringer World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-1103 wgarring@iupui.edu B.A.in Social Work, Mount Mercy College (Cedar Rapids, IA) 2001; B.A. in Spanish, University of Iowa 2006; M.A.T in Spanish, IUPUI, 2014 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Audrey R. Gertz
Senior Lecturer in Spanish

Phone: 317-278-6089
Email: agertz@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501F


Audrey Gertz World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-278-6089 agertz@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer in Spanish B.A. Washington University 1986
M.A. University of Kansas 1988
Ph.D. University of Kansas 1996
Twentieth-century Peninsular prose and fiction,
The Medieval Jewish Community in Spain, Pedagogy of Second Language acquisition
Beginning Spanish, Accelerated Beginning Spanish, Intermediate Spanish, Spanish Grammar, Spanish Composition, Spanish Conversation, Applied Spanish: Spanish in the Business World, Spanish for Health, and Spanish for Law Enforcement. Engaged Department Grant, IUPUI, 2005, 2006 and 2008 Favorite Professor, IUPUI Athletics, 2006 Named an "outstanding and positive influence" by 13 graduating seniors, 2004, 2006 and 2009 Research Grant, Wabash College, 1999 and 2000
Research Grant , College of Wooster, 1996
Graduate Curriculum Committee Talent Alliance Committee Advisor of Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish Honorary Society Development and Design of new courses accepted into IU curriculum
Beginning Spanish for Law Enforcement I and II
Initiation and development of community contacts with IUPUI
Articles in: Romance Languages Annual,
Nuevas perspectivas sobre el '98
La Chispa '97: Selected Proceedings
Perspectivas sobre la culltura hispanica
Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Literature, Selected Proceedings
Hispania
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Renee Gregory


Phone: 317-274-0062
Email: rengrego@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA545


Renee Gregory World Languages & Cultures - German 317-274-0062 rengrego@iupui.edu B.A. IUPUI, 1993 M.A. UMASS, 2009 German language and grammar Beginning German G117, G118, G119, G131, G132 Favorite Professor Award, IUPUI, 2006, 2011, 2012 German Award, IUPUI, 1993 Margaret A. Cooke Foreign Study Award, IUPUI, 1992 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-GER
Claudia Grossmann
Senior Lecturer and Director, Program in German; Associate Director, IUPUI Max Kade German-American Center; Co-Director, Dual Degree Program in German and Engineering

Phone: 317-274-3943
Email: cgrossma@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 539B


Claudia Grossmann World Languages & Cultures - German, Max Kade German-American Center, Graduate Translation Studies 317-274-3943 cgrossma@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer and Director, Program in German; Associate Director, IUPUI Max Kade German-American Center; Co-Director, Dual Degree Program in German and Engineering Erstes Staatsexamen, University of Siegen/Germany, 1981; Ph.D., University of Siegen, 1985 German language and culture, German for specific purposes, internships and exchanges, German film, 20th century literature, German-American studies German language, German film, translation, business German Outstanding Lecturer, School of Liberal Arts; Post-Secondary Teacher of the Year, Indiana Association of Teachers of German; Trustees Teaching Award Director of Indianapolis German School for children; Board Member, Indiana German Heritage Society; Fellow, Max Kade German-American Center Book with Carl Winter, Germany; conference proceedings; translations with IUPUI Max Kade German-American Center Publishing. 1 0 0 0 0 WLAC-GER
Gina Harker


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: giharker@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Gina Harker American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 giharker@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Izumi T Harris
Associate faculty, Department of World Languages and Cultures IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: itharris@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Izumi Harris World Languages & Cultures - Japanese 317-274-1103 itharris@iupui.edu Associate faculty, Department of World Languages and Cultures IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI Japanese language and culture, Cultural representation J131 1st Year 1st Semester Japanese, J132 1st Year 2nd Semester Japanese, J201 2nd Year 1st Semester Japanese, and J202 2nd Year 2nd Semester Japanese. 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-EALCJ
Mark Lawton Harrison


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: mh56@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Mark Harrison American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 mh56@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Mary Jane Herrema-Olson


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: mherrema@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Mary Herrema-Olson World Languages & Cultures, American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 mherrema@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC
Giles R. Hoyt
Professor Emeritus of German and Philanthopic Studies
Director Emeritus of the IUPUI Max Kade German-American Research and Resource Center

Email: ghoyt@iupui.edu


Giles Hoyt Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Max Kade German-American Center, Emeritus/Retired ghoyt@iupui.edu Professor Emeritus of German and Philanthopic Studies
Director Emeritus of the IUPUI Max Kade German-American Research and Resource Center
B.A. State University of New York at Binghamton 1965
M.A. 1967
Ph.D. University of Illinois 1973
Early modern German literature and language, German culture studies and German-American studies Lilly Open Faculty Fellowship;
grants from the German Academic Exchange Service, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Max Kade Foundation;
various teaching awards;
John W. Ryan Award for Distinguished Contributions to International Programs and Studies Cross of Merit from Federal Republic of Germany
Board member, Indiana Sister Cities, Inc.;
Board member, Indiana German Heritage Society;
Vice-President, Athenaeum Foundation;
Indianapolis-Cologne Sister Cities Committee;
Founding Secretary/Treasurer, German Academic Exchange Service Alumni Assosiation
Several volumes and numerous articles on German Literature and German-American history;
and The International Bibliography of German-Americana
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Kevin Roy Hudson


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email:
Campus Address: CA313


Kevin Hudson World Languages & Cultures - French 317-274-1103 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-FREN
Gilberto Huerta Nataren


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: huertag@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Gilberto Huerta Nataren World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-1103 huertag@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Ricardo J Iman


Phone: 317-274-0062
Email: riman@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA405


Ricardo Iman World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-0062 riman@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Daniela Schuvaks Katz
Lecturer in Spanish Second-Year Spanish Language Program Coordinator

Phone: 317-274-7616
Email: dschuvak@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA501D


Daniela Katz World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-7616 dschuvak@iupui.edu Lecturer in Spanish Second-Year Spanish Language Program Coordinator University of Maryland at College Park; Ph.D. (ABD). 1995–1997 Arizona State University; M.A. cum laude. 1994 Montclair State University; B.A. summa cum laude. 1991 Spanish language and pedagogy Latin American Literature Spanish for native/heritage students Beginning Spanish, Accelerated Beginning Spanish, Intermediate Spanish, Spanish Conversation and Diction and Introduction to Hispanic Literature. Trustees Teaching Award, Indiana University; 2011 Nomination of Signa Epsilon Award for Outstanding Teaching; Sigma Epsilon Chapter for Sigma Delta Pi; 2011 Nomination for Excellence in Teaching Award;University of Maryland at College Park; 1996 Department Award for Best Portuguese Student; Arizona State University;1994 Teresa de Escoriaza Scholarship; Montclair State University; 1991 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Spanish Contest High School and Middle School Judge; April 21, 2012 ¡Conéctate!, McGraw-Hill Publishers; Textbook Reviewer; June 2011 Interacciones 7th Ed., Cengage Pub.; Textbook Reviewer; May 2011 Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association Annual Conference; Student Volunteers Recruiter; Fall 2011 West European Studies Center (WEST); Spanish Facilitator; June 23, 2011 Plazas: Lugar de Encuentros 4th Ed., Cengage Pub.; Textbook Reviewer; January 2011 DELE Test, Spanish Ministry of Education Proctor; Spring & Fall 2010 Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association; Session Presider; November 7, 2008 Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association; Session Presider November 7, 2008 IUPUI High School Spanish Immersion Day; Facilitator; April 2008 Retratos, Cengage Pub.; Textbook Reviewer; Fall 2008 Entrevistas, McGraw-Hill Pub.; Textbook Reviewer; Fall 2008 INTRODUCTORY CHAPTER Plazas: Lugar de Encuentros, Fourth Online Edition with Diagnostics. Cengage Pub. 2011. http://college.cengage.com/site_engine/#0840066767 ONLINE PUBLICATION “IU West European Studies hosted 5th Annual Summer Workshop for Language Teachers,” Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association (IFLTA) Online Newsletter, Fall 2011. http://www.iflta.org/newsletter/ BOOK CHAPTER “Esther Seligson and Angelina Muñin-Huberman: Jewish Mexican Memory and the Exile to the Darkest Tunnels of the Past.” inThe Jewish Diaspora in Latin America: New Studies on History and Literature. David Sheinein and Lois Baerr Barr Ed. New York, NY: Garland, 1996: 75-88. Print LITERARY ESSAY “El último Adán: De segura muerte a posible resurrección” Papel Revista Literaria 10 (1993): 20-22. Print. BOOK REVIEW Louis Baer Barr. Review of Isaac Unbound: Patriarchal Traditions in the Latin American Jewish Novel. Tempe, AZ, ASU Center for Latin American Studies, 1995. Hispamérica 26:76/77 (1997): 203-204. Print. DICTIONARY ENTRY “Ethel Krauze, (Mexico; 1954).” Darrell B. Lockhart Ed. Jewish Writers of Latin America: A Dictionary. New York, Garland, 1997: 325-328. Print. 1 0 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Natalie Christine Kinsey


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: nckinsey@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Natalie Kinsey World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-1103 nckinsey@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Scott D Kochan


Phone: 317-542-3316 (Video Phone)
Email: skochan@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA422


Scott Kochan American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-542-3316 (Video Phone) skochan@iupui.edu 0 0 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Yurika Kono


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: yurikono@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Yurika Kono World Languages & Cultures - Japanese 317-274-1103 yurikono@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-EALCJ
Roger C Kraft


Phone: 317-278-8234
Email: rockraft@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA422


Roger Kraft American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-278-8234 rockraft@iupui.edu 1 0 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Keiko Kuriyama
Director, Program in Japanese Studies
Lecturer in Japanese
Department of World Languages and Cultures
IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI

Phone: 317-274-8291
Email: kkuriyam@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA501C


Keiko Kuriyama World Languages & Cultures - Japanese, Graduate Translation Studies 317-274-8291 kkuriyam@iupui.edu Director, Program in Japanese Studies
Lecturer in Japanese
Department of World Languages and Cultures
IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI
B.A. University at Buffalo 1997, M.A. University at Buffalo 2001, Ph.D. University at Buffalo 2007 Japanese Linguistics, Japanese Language Pedagogy, Applied Linguistics J131 1st Year 1st Semester Japanese J132 1st Year 2nd Semester Japanese E231 Japan: Living Tradition E351 Studies in East Asian Culture J401 4th Year 1at Semester Japanese J401 4th Year 2nd Semester Japanese J498 Individual Studies in Japanese Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association Teacher of the Year Award (Indiana State Representative) 2014

Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association Collegiate Teacher of the Year Award 2012

Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award 2012

Association of Indiana Teachers of Japanese Teacher of the Year 2011

The National Council of Japanese Language Teachers Teacher Award 2011

Cheng & Tsui Professional Development Award 2010

Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award 2010
Jeon, M.,& Kuriyama, K (forthcoming). Level 2 of Nihongo Pera Pera: Journey for Linguistics and Cultural Fluency, DEC Publishing. Jeon, M.,& Kuriyama, K (2016). Level 1 of Nihongo Pera Pera: Journey for Linguistics and Cultural Fluency, DEC Publishing.

Kuriyama, K.,& Schwartz, A (2015). Teaching Language and Culture and Literature Together to Enhance Trans-Cultural Competence and L2 Proficiency. Notandum, N.39, 21-30.

Kuriyama, K (2014). True and False Beginner Japanese Language Students in the First Semester Classroom: Comparing Anxiety, Performance, and Retention. Journal Canadian Association of Japanese Language and Education(CAJLE) Vol. 15, 41-61.

Kuriyama, K (2013).日本語で学ぶ広島の歴史:LACコースの試み,“Learning Japanese through Japanese History: A LAC Course on Hiroshima”. Ed., Matsumoto, K, Tomizawa, S & Zheng, G. Proceedings of the 23rd Central Association of Teachers of Japanese Conference.109-119.

Kuriyama, K (2011).実践可能なCBIモデルとは?初級CBIの課題を踏まえて, “Challenges of Using CBI in Lower-Level FL Classes: Toward a Practical Model of CBI for Beginning-Level Students".Proceedings of the 18th Princeton Japanese Pedagogy Forum.106-116.
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Kathryn Lauten
Director, Program in French, Lecturer in French, Department of World Languages and Cultures Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of English

Phone: 317-274-2497
Email: klauten@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502C


Kathryn Lauten World Languages & Cultures - French, Graduate Translation Studies 317-274-2497 klauten@iupui.edu Director, Program in French, Lecturer in French, Department of World Languages and Cultures Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of English BA, Dartmouth College, 1989 PhD, University of Michigan, 1996 French language, francophone literature and film, international and local service learning, on-line education, health literacy and communication Lauten, K. (2015). "Translating research into practice." In Antón, M. & Goering, E. Understanding patients’ voices: A multi-method approach to health discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Antón, M., Connor, U., Lauten, K., & Balunda, S. (2015). "Contrastive methodological approaches to study health information sources by Spanish and English-speaking patients." In Antón, M. & Goering, E. Understanding patients’ voices: A multi-method approach to health discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Connor, U., & Lauten, K. (2014). "A multi-method analysis of diabetes patients’ health beliefs and actions." In H. Hamilton & W.S. Chou (Eds.), Handbook of Language and Health Communication. New York: Routledge. Bute, J., Comer, K., Lauten, K., Sanematsu, H., Moore, C., Lynch, D., & Chumbler, N. (2014). Implementation of a journal prototype for pregnant and parenting adolescents. Evaluation and Program Planning. 1 0 0 0 0 WLAC-FREN
Stacy A Lewis


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: zfllewis@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Stacy Lewis American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 zfllewis@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Amira Mashhour
Lecturer in Arabic & Director of the Arabic Program

Phone: 317-274-0062
Email: amashhou@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA501A


Amira Mashhour Near East Language & Culture (Arabic) 317-274-0062 amashhou@iupui.edu Lecturer in Arabic & Director of the Arabic Program Ph.D in Economics- Faculty of Economics and Political Sciences- Cairo University- Egypt. Languages and Cultures Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies Women studies Beginning Arabic- A131-A132 [T-R] Intermediate Arabic- A200-A250 (T-R) Advanced Arabic- A300-A350 [T-R] Individualized Major in Arabic and Islamic Studies. WOST Colloquium 1 0 0 0 0 WLAC-NELC
Vera L. Masters
Coordinator of ASL 131/132 Classes and Instructor in the ASL/EIP.

Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: vmasters@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Vera Masters American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 vmasters@iupui.edu Coordinator of ASL 131/132 Classes and Instructor in the ASL/EIP. BS Gallaudet University 1978
MA Ball State University 2002
Interpreting, American Sign Language 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Trudie Clark McEvoy


Phone: 317-274-2946
Email: tcmcevoy@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA502D


Trudie McEvoy World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-2946 tcmcevoy@iupui.edu 0 0 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Lucila Inés Mena
Associate Professor Emerita of Spanish

Email: lmena1@iupui.edu


Lucila Mena Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Emeritus/Retired lmena1@iupui.edu Associate Professor Emerita of Spanish Licenciatura en Filosofía y Letra University do los Andes, Bogotá (Colombia) 1962
Certificado en Lingüística Instituto Caro y Cuervo 1962
M.A. University of Texas at Austin 1964
Ph.D. Georgetown University 1971
all aspects of language teaching, modern Latin American prose, Latin American culture and civilization, and Hispanic Art La presencia de la historia en Cien años de Soledad, Barcelona (Plaza y Janés 1979);
and several articles published in Bulletin Hispanique (Bordeaux), Cuadernos Americanos (Mexico), Quaderni Iberoamerica (Italy), Symposium, Hispamerica, Latin American Research Review, and Revista Iberoamericana de Bibliografía
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A Kate Miller
Associate Professor of French

Phone: 317-274-8419
Email: am27@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA539E


A Miller World Languages & Cultures - French 317-274-8419 am27@iupui.edu Associate Professor of French B.A., Berea College, 2001 M.A., Miami University, 2004 M.A., Indiana University, 2008 Ph.D., Indiana University, 2011 French Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, Syntax of French, History of the French Language Pronunciation and Diction (F331); Introduction to French Linguistics (F402); Fourth Year French (F421); French in the Business World (F326)/Le Francais des Affaires (F451) Dekydtspotter, L., & Miller, A. K. (2013). Inhibitive and facilitative priming induced by traces in the processing of wh-dependencies in a second language. Second Language Research, 29, 345-372. Miller, A. K. (2014). Accessing and maintaining referents in L2 processing of wh-dependencies. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism, 4, 167-191. Miller, A. K. (2016). Facilitating the task for second language processing research: A comparison of two testing paradigms. Applied Psycholinguistics. Miller, A. K. (2016). Intermediate traces and intermediate learners: Evidence for the use of intermediate structure during sentence processing in second language French. Studies in Second Language Acquisition. 1 0 0 0 0 WLAC-FREN
Natasa Momcilovic


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email:
Campus Address: CA313


Natasa Momcilovic World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-1103 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Michael Gregory Moore


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: mgmoore@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Michael Moore American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 mgmoore@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Christine M Multra-Kraft


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: cmultrak@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Christine Multra-Kraft American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 cmultrak@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Nancy A. Newton
Associate Professor Emerita of Spanish and Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies
Director of Graduate Studies in Spanish; Chair of Spanish Department 1991-97
Resident Director of Indiana-Purdue-Wisconsin Program in Madrid 1986-1987; Resident Director of Indiana University Summer Program in Salamanca multiple times.

Email: nnewton@iupui.edu


Nancy Newton Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Emeritus/Retired, Women's Studies nnewton@iupui.edu Associate Professor Emerita of Spanish and Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies
Director of Graduate Studies in Spanish; Chair of Spanish Department 1991-97
Resident Director of Indiana-Purdue-Wisconsin Program in Madrid 1986-1987; Resident Director of Indiana University Summer Program in Salamanca multiple times.
B.A. Baylor University 1967
M.A. Cornell University 1968
Ph.D. 1972
modern Spanish and Latin American literature, feminist theory and literary practice, orality, literacy, and the creation of "voice"; women writers in the Spanish-speaking world; literature and art of Hispanic artists in the U.S.; the teaching of literature and culture. Creation and direction of joint international Master's degree for teachers of Spanish (IUPUI-University of Salamanca); work with study abroad programs over many years; 6 years' service as chair of Spanish Department; work on numerous departmental and School committees articles on Antonio Machado and Benito Pérez Galdós in _MLN_; _Revista de Estudios Hispanos_; _Kentucky Romance Quarterly_; articles on the academic culture in _Liberal Education_ and _Journal of the M/MLA_; article on Miguel de Unamuno in book dedicated to John W. Kronik 1 0 0 1 0 WLAC-RETIRED
Theresa A. Niccum


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: taniccum@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Theresa Niccum World Languages & Cultures, American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 taniccum@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Obioma G. Nnaemeka
Chancellor's Professor of French, Women's Studies and Africana Studies

Phone: 317-278-2038
Email: nnaemeka@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 543A


Obioma Nnaemeka Africana Studies, World Languages & Cultures - French, Women's Studies 317-278-2038 nnaemeka@iupui.edu Chancellor's Professor of French, Women's Studies and Africana Studies Studied at University of Nigeria-Nsukka,
Université de Dakar (Senegal),
Université de Grenoble (France),
Ph.D. University of Minnesota
black women writers, feminist theory, transnational feminisms, French/Francophone literatures, oral and written literatures of Africa and the African Diaspora, gender and development, human rights various grants; Rockefeller Humanist-in-Residence (University of Minnesota);
Edith Kreeger-Wolf Distinguished Visiting Professor(Northwestern University);
and national and international awards including Nigerian Achiever of the Year Award for Leadership, The Ditinguished Africanist Award and the Teaching Excellence Recognition Award.
President, Association of African Women Scholars;
convenor of the international conferences on Women in Africa and the African Diaspora (WAAD; President and CEO of the Jessie Obidiegwu Education Fund
(editor) The Politics of (M)Othering: Womanhood, Identity and Resistance in African Literature (Routledge 1997);
Feminisms,Sisterhood and Power: From Africa to the Diaspora (Africa World Press 1998);
and contributions to various journals including Signs, FeministIssues, Research in African Literatures, Law and Policy, Dialectical Anthropology, Western Journal of Black Studies and International Journal of Third World Studies
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Charlotte R Ottinger


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: crotting@iu.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Charlotte Ottinger American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 crotting@iu.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Larbi Oukada
Professor Emeritus of French
Adjunct Professor of Education
Director of Strasbourg Summer Program

Email: loukada@iupui.edu


Larbi Oukada Education, Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Emeritus/Retired loukada@iupui.edu Professor Emeritus of French
Adjunct Professor of Education
Director of Strasbourg Summer Program
B.A. University of Southwestern Louisiana 1971
M.A. University of Southwestern Louisiana 1973
Ph.D. Louisiana State University 1977
International Eduation, French linguistics, pedagogy, French grammar, and curricular and methodological issues promoting the teaching and study of foreign languages Entre Amis (Houghton Mifflin 1990) andLouisiana French (Center for Acadian Studies 1980) Controverses: le manuel (Oukada/ Bertrand/Solberg, Heinle and Heinle, 2006). Louisiana French: An Annotated, Linguistic Bibliography. Lafayette: Southwestern University Press, 1980. Teamwork in Foreign Language Education (co-editor with Alan Garfinkel), Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, 2001. 1 0 0 1 0 WLAC-RETIRED
Maria T Oviedo-Alvarenga


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: mtoviedo@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Maria Oviedo-Alvarenga World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-1103 mtoviedo@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Lauren Kalli Palmer


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: lkpalmer@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Lauren Palmer World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-1103 lkpalmer@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Martha J Payne
Visiting Lecturer, Dept. of World Languages and Cultures IUPUI (Classics)

Phone: 317-278-3645
Email: marpayne@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 504A


Martha Payne Classical Studies 317-278-3645 marpayne@iupui.edu Visiting Lecturer, Dept. of World Languages and Cultures IUPUI (Classics) B.A. University of Michigan 1967, M.A. Latin U. of N. Carolina Chapel Hill 1971, M.A. German Michigan State University 1974, PhD. Michigan State University 1981 Classics and popular culture; Greek proverbial expressions; Mythology and cinema Medical Terminology from Greek and Latin (CLAS 209); Classical Mythology (CLAS 205); Greek History (CLAS 386); Classical Mythology and Film (CLAS 321) Teacher of the Year, Indiana Classical Conference, 2006 Student excavator, Athenian Agora Led two students tours to Greece and Cyprus Advisor, Orthodox Christian Fellowship Advisor, Student Society of Classical Studies, IUPUI Payne, Martha J. Rev. of Exploring Greek Myth by Matthew Clark. CJ-Online, 25 Nov. 2012. Web. Payne, Martha J. "Alexander the Great: Myth and the Polis and Afterwards" in Myth and the Polis, D. Pozzi & J. Wickersham, Eds. Cornell University Press, 1991. 164-181. Print. ___"The Cassiopeia/Nereids Mosaic in Kato Paphos: Images Past and Future," in Visitors, Immigrants, and Invaders in Cyprus, Paul W. Wallace, ed., Institute of Cypriot Studies, SUNY Albany, 1995. 51-60. Print ___"Marathon, O Marathon," New England Classical Newsletter and Journal, May 1995. 147-153. Print. _____ "The Milk of Birds": A Proverbial Phrase, Ancient and Modern, and its Link to Nature Athens Journal of Philology, vol 4, issue 2, June 2017, pp. 95-110. Online 1 0 0 0 0 WLAC-CLAS
Ben Thomas Ratell


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: bratell@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Ben Ratell American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 bratell@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Harry S. Reichelt
Associate Professor of German

Email: itae100@iupui.edu


Harry Reichelt Emeritus/Retired itae100@iupui.edu Associate Professor of German B.A. Rutgers University 1966
Ph.D. Rutgers University 1971
eighteenth and nineteenth-century German literature, didactic literature (especially fables), all levels of German language,business German, and computer-assisted instruction Fulbright fellowship,
IUPUI Honors Council Grant,
University German Teacher of the Year-Indiana 1991-92,
IU School of ContinuingStudies Teaching Excellence Award 1995,
and IU President's Award for Distinguished Teaching 1995
Chairperson of the German Department 1975-86 ;
Founder and Director, Indianapolis German School-Indianapolis Deutschschule;
Executive Council member, American Association of Teachers of German 1991-97;
and Treasurer, Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association
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Laurie Reinhardt


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: reinharl@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Laurie Reinhardt American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 reinharl@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Karen A. Roesch
Assistant Professor of German
Hoyt-Reichmann Scholar of German-American Studies
Director, Max Kade German-American Research and Resource Center

Phone: 317-274-8740
Email: karoesch@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA329


Karen Roesch World Languages & Cultures - German, Max Kade German-American Center 317-274-8740 karoesch@iupui.edu Assistant Professor of German
Hoyt-Reichmann Scholar of German-American Studies
Director, Max Kade German-American Research and Resource Center
Ph.D. Germanic Linguistics, University of Texas at Austin, 2009
M.A. Teaching and Curriculum, Michigan State University, 2000
B.A. German & English, Trinity University, San Antonio, 1974
German language, culture, and linguistics:
German Society Past and Present
The Structure of German
Advanced Grammar
German Culture Today
The Immigrant Experience: Indiana Germans
2014. Hoyt-Reichmann Scholar of German-American Studies
2016. "The Immigrant Experience: Indiana Germans" designated an Indiana Bicentennial Legacy Project
2011-14: German Language Director, Middlebury-Monterey German Language Academy (summer German immersion program for Grades 6-12) 2012. Roesch, Karen A. Language maintenance & language death: The decline of Texas Alsatian. Culture and Language Use, Vol. 6. pp. xv + 253. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
2017. Roesch, Karen A. "Mir reda ka richtiges Dietsch: Self-stigmatization in German-American dialects." Yearbook of German-American Studies.
2015. Pierce, Marc, Hans C. Boas, & Karen Roesch. The History of Front Rounded Vowels in New Braunfels German. Germanic heritage languages in North America: Acquisition, attrition and change, Joseph Salmons & Janne B. Johannessen (eds.)Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
2010. Boas, Hans C., M. Pierce, H, Weilbacher, Karen Roesch & G. Halder. The Texas German Dialect Archive: a multi-media resource for research, teaching, and outreach. Journal of Germanic Linguistics.
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Roula Saidah


Phone: 317-274-0062
Email: rosaidah@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA545


Roula Saidah World Languages & Cultures - French 317-274-0062 rosaidah@iupui.edu Master in french literature. IU F 119/F132/F 203/F204 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-FREN
Steven E Schubert
Steven E. Schubert, M.A. Linguistics, Instructor of Spanish, The Department of World Languages & Cultures

Phone: 317-278-7375
Email: seschube@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA545


Steven Schubert World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-278-7375 seschube@iupui.edu Steven E. Schubert, M.A. Linguistics, Instructor of Spanish, The Department of World Languages & Cultures B.A. The University of Iowa, Spanish Linguistics and Anthropology majors M.A. The University of Iowa, Linguistics Steve Schubert has been teaching at the University level for 10 years, first at the University of Iowa and currently at IUPUI and Butler Universities. Fulbright Teaching Fellowship, Romania, 2005-2006 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Laura M Smith
Senior Lecturer, (ASL Coordinator) American Sign Language/English Interpreting Program

Phone: 317-489-4706
Email: ls29@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA422


Laura Smith American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-489-4706 ls29@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer, (ASL Coordinator) American Sign Language/English Interpreting Program M.S.Deaf Bilingual Education McDaniel College, MD; B.A. ASL Teaching, Gallaudet University, Washington D.C. ASL Pedagogy, Deaf studies - research and developing courses, Comparative research -Deaf and Appalachian communities. Deaf Interpreter (DI) in legal, medical, educational settings Serves as a Board of Interpreting Standards for the State of Indiana: FSSA- 2017-2020. 1 0 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Andrea Meyer Smith


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: anjmeyer@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Andrea Smith World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-1103 anjmeyer@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Glenn E. Snyder
Visiting Lecturer in Religious Studies (and Classics)

Phone: 317-274-1465
Email: glsnyder@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502E


Glenn Snyder Classical Studies, Religious Studies 317-274-1465 glsnyder@iupui.edu Visiting Lecturer in Religious Studies (and Classics) Ph.D., Harvard University, 2010 A.M., Harvard University, 2005 M.A.R., Yale University, 2002 B.A., Indiana University, 1998 New Testament and early Christian studies (esp. Paul); Israelite studies from the Persian to Islamic periods; ancient Mediterranean myth, philosophy, and religion (e.g., Egyptian, Greek, and Roman) CLAS C205, "Classical Mythology"; CLAS G131-132, "Ancient Greek"; REL R133, “Introduction to Religion"; REL R243, "Introduction to the New Testament"; REL R300, "From Gnostics to Gnosticism"; REL R300, "Jews and Christians in Antiquity"; REL R315, "Hebrew Bible" (Tanakh/Old Testament); REL R325, "Paul and His Influence in Early Christianity"; REL R353, "Judaism"; REL R400, "Marytrdom in Early Christianity" Snyder, Glenn E. Acts of Paul: The Formation of a Pauline Corpus. Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 2.352. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2013. Bovon, François. New Testament and Christian Apocrypha: Collected Studies II. Ed. Glenn E. Snyder. WUNT 237. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2009; reprinted in Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Academic, 2011. 1 0 0 0 0 WLAC-CLAS
Robert F. Sutton, Jr.
Professor Emeritus of Classical Studies Program

Email: rfsutton@iupui.edu


Robert Sutton Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Individualized Major Program, Art History, Emeritus/Retired, Women's Studies rfsutton@iupui.edu Professor Emeritus of Classical Studies Program A.B. Haverford College 1969
Ph.D. University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) 1981
classical art and archaeology, ancient Greek and Roman civilization, ancient Greek language and literature, Greek history, iconography, Greek ceramics and painting, archaeological surface survey and excavation, social history and gender studies Classical Archaeology, Art & Archaeology of Greece, Art & Archaeology of Rome, Myth & Reality in Greek Art, Greek History, Golden Age of Athens, Discover an Ancient Polis: Ancient Greece on Site (taught in Greece), Classical Mythology Honorary Woodrow Wilson Fellow 1969,
School of Liberal Arts Distinguished Faculty Award 1998;
School of Liberal Arts Student Council Advisor of the Year Award 2003;
Post-secondary Teacher of the Year, Indiana Classical Conference, 2004.
President, School of Liberal Arts Faculty Assembly, 2006-08;
President, Archaeological Institute of America Central Indiana Society 1990-95, 2006-present, treasurer and Indianapolis program coordinator, 1995-2006;
President, Indiana Classical Conference 1997-99
committee member, Archaeological Institute of America;
and committee member, American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Secretary-Treasurer (with Susan Buck Sutton), Alumni/ae Association, American School of Classical Studies (2009-15)
Book
Editor, Daidalikon: Studies in Memory of Raymond V. Schoder, S.J., Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci, 1989 (32 articles; pp. 424 + xii incl. 40 pl.)
Book Chapters and Articles
Heterosexual Lovemaking on Attic Black-figure: Corpus and Some Conclusions, pp. 77-91 in Concepts of Pictorial Representation in the Hermeneutics of Greek Vase Painting, ed. Stefan Schmidt and J. Oakley, Beiheft of the Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum Deutschland 4. Munich: Bavarian Academy of Sciences (Wissenschaften) 2009.
Zeuxis, Vase Painting and the Kneeling Bather. The Invention of the Female Nude, pp. 270-279 in Athenian Potters and Painters II, ed. John Oakley and Olga Palagia. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2009.
Female Bathers and the Emergence of the Female Nude in Greek Art, pp. 61-86 in The Nature and Function of Water, Baths, Bathing, and Hygiene from Antiquity through the Renaissance, ed. Cynthia Kosso and Anne Scott. Amsterdam: Brill. 2009.
Family Portraits: Recognizing the Oikos on Attic Red-Figure Pottery, Charis. Studies in Honor of Sara A. Immerwahr, ed. Anne Chapin, Hesperia Supplement 33 (2004), pp. 327-350.
The Good, the Base, and the Ugly: The Drunken Orgy in Attic Vase Painting and the Athenian Self, pp. 180- 202 in Not the Classical Ideal: Athens and the Construction of the Other in Greek Art, edited by Beth Cohen, Leiden: Brill, 2000.
Nuptial Eros. The Visual Discourse of Marriage in Classical Athens, The Journal of the Walters Art Gallery, vol. 55/56 (1997/1998) pp. 27-48.
Making the Scruffy Sherds Speak: Intensive Surface Survey in Greece, Indiana Archaeology 1 (1997) pp. 144-59.
Pornography and Persuasion on Attic Pottery pp. 3-35 in Pornography and Representation in Greece and Rome, ed. Amy Richlin. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992.
Chapter 11. Ceramic evidence for Settlement and Land Use in the Geometric to Hellenistic Periods, pp. 245-263; Appendix 12.1. The Finds from Koressos (Site 7), pp. 282-284 and (With J. F. Cherry, J. L. Davis, and E. Mantzourani) Chapter 5. Gazetteer of Archaeological Sites," pp. 69-156 in Landscape Archaeology as Long-term History: Northern Keos in the Cycladic Islands, by J. F. Cherry, J. L. Davis, and E. M. Mantzourani. Los Angeles: UCLA, Institute of Archaeology, 1991.
Ceramics of the Historic Period, pp. 646-649 in J. Wright, J. Cherry, J. Davis, E. Mantzourani, S. Sutton and R. Sutton, The Nemea Valley Archaeological Project, 1984-1987: An Interim Report. Hesperia 59 (1990) 579-659.
On the Classical Athenian Wedding: Two Red-figure Loutrophoroi in Boston, Sutton 1991, pp. 331-359.
(With Matthew E. Creighton, S.J.), “Bibliography of Raymond V. Schoder, S.J.” ibid., pp. 1-7
“Preface”, ibid., pp. vii-viii.
Pestschrift Immerwahr: Das Nimmer Wahr und das Nicht Wahr, edited with J. Cooper, Chapel Hill, 1977. Humorous studies presented to Henry and Sara Immerwahr.
The Populonia Coinage and the Second Punic War, pp. 199-211 in Studi introduttivi alla monetazione etrusca, Supplemento Annale 22. Istituto Italiano di Numismatica, 1975.
Athenian Red-figure Lekythos by the Eretria Painter, Ackland Note 8 Chapel Hill, N. C., Ackland Art Center, 1972.
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Dave N Tester


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: dtester@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Dave Tester American Sign Language/English Interpreting 317-274-1103 dtester@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Rosa Tezanos-Pinto
Director, Program in Spanish
Associate Professor of Spanish
Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies
Affiliated Faculty, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, IU Bloomington

Phone: 317-278-0012
Email: rtezanos@iupui.edu
Campus Address: Cavanaugh Hall 539C


Rosa Tezanos-Pinto Latino Studies Program, Graduate MAT in Spanish, World Languages & Cultures - Spanish, Women's Studies 317-278-0012 rtezanos@iupui.edu Director, Program in Spanish
Associate Professor of Spanish
Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies
Affiliated Faculty, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, IU Bloomington

Ph.D. University of Miami (Romance Studies, Spanish)
M.A. University of Miami (Spanish)
B.A. University of Miami (Sociology and Latin American Studies)

Twentieth and Twenty-first Century Hispanic American Women's Writing, Post-Boom Writing, National and Testimonial Narratives
2016 IFLTA Teacher of the Year Representing Indiana at the Central States' Teacher of the Year Contest; Numerary Member, Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Española (2015); Corresponding Member, Real Academia Española (2015); Numerary Member, Academia Mexicana para la Educación e Investigación en Ciencias, Artes y Humanidades; Trustees Teaching Award (2015, 2012-2010); Teacher of the Year, Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association (2014); Teacher of the Year, American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Indiana (2014, 2013); Joseph T. Taylor Excellence in Diversity Award (2014); Order of the Discoverers (2012); Harold Eugene Davis Prize (2012); Boyer Scholar (2008); Outstanding Woman Faculty Leader Recognition Certificate (2008); Dominican Republic Education and Mentoring Project Recognition Certificate (2008); IUPUI Jaguars Favorite Professor Recognition Certificate (2007); Instituto Literario y Cultural Hispánico Recognition Certificate (2006); Revista Némesis Award (2003); Comodoro Rivadavia Book Fair Silver Plaque (2001); Phi sigma Iota, International Foreign Language Honor Society (2000)


Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Española, Alba de América, College Board AP Reading/Literature, DPS Language Access Advisory Council, Ediciones Corregidor (Argentina), Editorial Ruinas Circulares (Argentina), La mujer en la literatura del mundo Hispánico, Premio Enrique Anderson Imbert, RANLE, Revista de la Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Española.

En el jardín de los vientos. Obra Poética de Luis Alberto Ambroggio 1974-2014, Carlos Paldao y Rosa Tezanos-Pinto, Eds. (2014); Derechos Humanos y Literatura, María Teresa Medeiros-Lichem and Rosa Tezanos-Pinto, Invited Editors, Confluencia 29.1 (2013); El exilio y la palabra. La trashumancia de un escritor argentino-estadounidense , Rosa Tezanos-Pinto, Ed.(2012); La mujer en la literatura del mundo hispánico Vol. VIII, Juana A. Arancibia and Rosa Tezanos-Pinto, Eds. (2009); La poesía de Alejandro Guillermo Roemmers. Celebración de la existencia , Colección Estudios Hispánicos, Vol. XV, Juana A. Arancibia and Rosa Tezanos-Pinto, Eds. (2009); María Rosa Lojo. La reunión de lejanías , Colección La Mujer en la Literatura Hispánica, Vol. VII, Juana A. Arancibia, Malva E. Filer, and Rosa Tezanos-Pinto, Eds. (2007); Redimiendo la infancia en la estructura poética. Análisis crítico de los textos de Ester de Izaguirre y Loreina Santos Silva (2005); Antología compartida de Poetas Hispanos de Miami, Rosa Tezanos-Pinto and Alberto Romero, Eds. (2000). Articles in journals including Confluencia, Antipodas, Journal of Hispanic and Galician Studies, Cuaderno Internacional de Estudios Humanísticos, Revista Gramma , RANLE , Alba de América , Baquiana.
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Elizabeth Wolfram Thill
Director, Program in Classical Studies

Phone: 317-278-3627
Email: ethill@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA543B


Elizabeth Thill Classical Studies 317-278-3627 ethill@iupui.edu Director, Program in Classical Studies PhD in Classical Archaeology, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 2012 MA in Classical Archaeology, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 2007 BA in Classical Archaeology, University of Michigan,, 2005 Roman sculpture, Roman architecture, numismatics, Dacia, state development, use of the past by ancient and modern states 0 0 0 0 0 WLAC-CLAS
Michel A. Trahyn Gonzalez
Adjunct Professor of Spanish

Phone: 317-274-0062
Email: mtrahyng@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA545


Michel Trahyn Gonzalez World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-0062 mtrahyng@iupui.edu Adjunct Professor of Spanish M.A.T. Spanish, Indiana University-Purdue University (Indianapolis), 2011 Master Interuniversitario Hispano-Norteamericano en Lengua Española y Culturas Hispanas, Universidad de Salamanca, 2009-2010 Diplomado en Mercadotecnia / Graduate Diploma in Marketing, Universidad de Valle de Mexico, 2001 Licenciatura en Sistemas de Computación Administrativa / Bachelor in Computer Systems Administration, Universidad de Valle de Mexico, 1995 Latin American Pre-Colonial Literature, Mexican Culture, Latin American Culture, Spanish Second-Language Acquisition, Mesoamerica Current: Second Year Spanish I (SPAN S203) Previous: Beginning Spanish I (SPAN S117), Beginning Spanish II (SPAN S118), Beginning Spanish III (SPAN S119), Intensive Beginning Spanish I (SPAN S131), Second Year Spanish 1 (SPAN S203), Second Year Spanish 2 (SPAN S204) Sigma Delta Pi (Sigma Epsilon Chapter) 2012 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN
Jose Vargas-Vila
Lecturer in Spanish

Phone: 317-274-8928
Email: jvargasv@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA526


Jose Vargas-Vila Latino Studies Program, World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-274-8928 jvargasv@iupui.edu Lecturer in Spanish Director of Latino Studies
M.A. in Inter-American Studies,University of Miami, 1992
B.A. in International Relations, Minor in Political Science,Florida International University, 1978
A.A. Economics and Accounting,Miami Dade College,1976
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Rosalie A. Vermette
Professor Emerita of French and Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies
Founding faculty member of University College

Email: rvermett@iupui.edu


Rosalie Vermette Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Emeritus/Retired, Women's Studies rvermett@iupui.edu Professor Emerita of French and Adjunct Professor of Women's Studies
Founding faculty member of University College
B.A. University of Maine 1968
M.A. University of Iowa 1970
Ph.D. University of Iowa 1975
French culture and civilization, medieval French language and literature, general French language and literature, and first-year experience courses Chevalier dans l'Ordre des Palmes Académiques, 2009 Liberal Arts Outstanding Faculty Award, 2004
Indiana Foreign Language Educator of the Year Award(University Level)from the Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association, 1994
Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award (University Level) from the Indiana Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of French, 1994. Outstanding Advisor, School of Liberal Arts, 1996 and 1999.
To the profession, promoting the teaching of second language studies nationally, in the state and in the community;member of the Commission on Cultural Competence of the American Association of Teachers of French, presenting papers and publishing on contemporary French culture;
supporting foreign language study programs throughout Indiana University.
To the University, have been President Pro Tempore of the IUPUI Faculty Council, Vice-President of IUPUI Faculty Council, member of the University Faculty Council, and other faculty governance activities in Liberal Arts, at IUPUI, and in Indiana University.
Secretary of the East Central District Association of Phi Beta Kappa, and past president and current vice-president of the Alpha Association of Indiana, Phi Beta Kappa.
Studies in medieval French textual studies, Arthurian romance literature, Old French hagiographical studies, contemporary French culture,
and in teaching for cultural proficiency.
Co-editor, La France à l'aube du XXIe siècle/France at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century (Summa Publications, 2000)and France in the Twenty-First Century: New Perspectives (Summa, 2010).
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Sharon M. Wailes
Future Faculty Teaching Fellow, German, 2011-2012 Associate Faculty 2013-2014, Visiting Lecturer 2014-2017

Phone: 317-274-8246
Email: smunger@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502C


Sharon Wailes World Languages & Cultures - German 317-274-8246 smunger@iupui.edu Future Faculty Teaching Fellow, German, 2011-2012 Associate Faculty 2013-2014, Visiting Lecturer 2014-2017 Wells College Bachelor of Arts in German 1987 Indiana University Master of Arts in Germanic Literature and Linguistics 1994 Indiana University PhD. Germanic Studies 2013 German Literature Medieval Studies Germanic Philology Online Instruction German Language, Culture, and Literature Medieval Studies, German Culture through music and theater Kiel Exchange Fellowship 1992 Future Faculty Teaching Fellowship 2011-2012 Co-leader of the Middle High German Reading Circle, Indiana University Department of Germanic Studies Medieval Calligraphy Demonstration at Lotus Blossoms annual event at Binford Elementary School Bloomington, Indiana Participant in the Indiana University Bloomington Baccalaureate Ceremony Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Interfaith Service Planning Committee, Indiana University Bloomington “Passion as a Form of Communication in Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan.” Essays in Medieval Studies 18 (2001): 31-42. Reprint in: Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism. Ed. Jelena Krstovic. Detroit: Gale, Cengage Learning, vol. 96 (2008): 177-183. “The Function of gi-present Verbs in the Old High German and Early Middle High German Physiologus.” Journal of English and Germanic Philology (JEGP). 114 no. 3 (July 2015): 341-354. 0 0 0 0 0 WLAC-GER
Jing Wang
Associate Professor of Chinese Language and Culture

Phone: 317-278-3625
Email: jw41@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 502F


Jing Wang World Languages & Cultures, Chinese, Graduate Translation Studies 317-278-3625 jw41@iupui.edu Associate Professor of Chinese Language and Culture B.A. Harbin Shipbuilding Engineering Institute M.A. Shanghai Jiao Tong University Ph.D. Florida State University Language acquisition and instruction, computer assisted language learning, cultural studies, film studies Wang, J., & Leland, C. (2012). Exploring the use of mobile technology for learning Chinese. Journal of the National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages, 12, 133-159. Wang, J. (2012). The use of e-dictionary to read e-text by intermediate and advanced learners of Chinese. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 25(5), 475-487. Wang, J., & Upton, T. A. (2012). The impact of using a pop-up dictionary on the reading processes of beginning learners of Chinese. Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association, 47(1), 23-41. Wang, J., & Leland, C. (2011). Beginning students’ perceptions of effective activities for Chinese character recognition. Reading in a Foreign Language, 23(2), 208-224. Wang, J. & Dale, A. (2009). Comparison of the identification of Chinese words and English words with brief exposures. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 108, 51-73. Wang, J. (2009). A Study of resiliency characteristics in the adjustment of international graduate students at American universities. Journal of Studies in International Education, 13(1), 22-45. Wang, J. (2008). Electronic strategies to improve Chinese reading skills. In R. Marriott & P. Torres (Eds.), Handbook of research on e-learning methodologies for language acquisition. Hershey, PA: IGI Publishing. Wang, J. (2006). The changing roles of a language learning center at a residential liberal arts college in the midst of technological development. The IALL Journal of Language Learning Technologies, 38 (1), 56-65. 1 0 0 0 0 WLAC-GTS
Julie A. White
Clinical Assistant Professor, ASL/English Interpreting Program

Phone: 317-274-4025
Email: whitejul@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA421A


Julie White American Sign Language/English Interpreting, Graduate Translation Studies 317-274-4025 whitejul@iupui.edu Clinical Assistant Professor, ASL/English Interpreting Program B.S. Ball State University 1988, M.A. Ball State University 2003, Ph.D. Ball State University 2011 Cognitive linguistics, interpreting and translation, second language acquisition, and bilingualism Text Analysis (ASL-I 305), Discourse Analysis of ASL (ASL - L 342), Discourse Analysis of English (ASL -L340) Various National and International interpretation work - American Sign Language/English Nationally certified ASL interpreter practicing in a variety of venues; committee work with State Chapter of Interpreters (ICRID) and Department of Education; Member of the Board of Interpreter Standards White, J (2014). Cognitive spaces: Expanding participation framework by looking at signed language interpreters’ discourse and conceptual blending. The International Journal of Translation and Interpreting Research. Vol. 6, No. 1 http://www.trans-int.org/index.php/transint/article/view/295. White, J. & Multra Kraft, C. (2014) Strong Voicer: Deaf Individuals vs. Interpreter Perspectives. Conference of Interpreter Trainers Conference Proceedings. http://www.cit-asl.org/new/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/2014-CIT-Proceedings-Complete.pdf. White, J., Renguette. C., Multra Kraft, C. (2016) Interactional American Sign Language cues; Can they be taught? Proceedings from the European Sign Language Interpreter Forum 2015. To say or not to say; challenges of interpreting from sign language to spoken language. Warsaw, Poland. 1 0 0 0 0 WLAC-ASL
Jian Xu


Phone: 317-274-5118
Email: jx22@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA129A


Jian Xu World Languages & Cultures, Chinese, The Confucius Institute of IUPUI 317-274-5118 jx22@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-EALCC
Xin Yang


Phone: 317-274-5118
Email: xy25@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA129A


Xin Yang World Languages & Cultures, Chinese, The Confucius Institute of IUPUI 317-274-5118 xy25@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-EALCC
Reiko Yonogi
Professor Emeritus of Japanese Studies

Phone: 317-274-8291
Email: ryonogi@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 501C


Reiko Yonogi Emeritus/Retired Faculty, Emeritus/Retired, Women's Studies 317-274-8291 ryonogi@iupui.edu Professor Emeritus of Japanese Studies B.A. Aoyama Gakuin University (Tokyo)
M.L.S. University of California, Berkeley
M.A. University of California, Berkeley
Ph.D. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
modern Japanese fiction, East-West comparative literature, Japanese language and culture articles on modern Japanese women writers in Japan Studies, translation in feminist literary theory in U.S.-Japan Women's Journal , and the Center for Japan Studies <2>, Desire for Autonomy and Connections; Tamura Toshiko's Female Characters, a book chapter in The Outsider Within: Ten Essays on Modern Japanese Women Writers (University Press of America, 2002) 1 0 0 1 0 WLAC-RETIRED
John C Young


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: jcyoung@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA313


John Young Classical Studies 317-274-1103 jcyoung@iupui.edu 0 1 0 0 0 WLAC-CLAS
Iker Zulaica
Assistant Professor of Spanish Linguistics Director of Graduate Studies

Phone: 317-278-0135
Email: izulaica@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA545B


Iker Zulaica Graduate Translation Studies, Graduate MAT in Spanish, World Languages & Cultures - Spanish 317-278-0135 izulaica@iupui.edu Assistant Professor of Spanish Linguistics Director of Graduate Studies Ph.D. The Ohio State University M.A. The Ohio State University B.A. Universidad de Alicante (Spain) Discourse syntax, semantics and pragmatics, reference and anaphora Introduction to Spanish Linguistics (SPAN-326), Spanish Morphosyntax (SPAN-427), Spanish Phonetics (SPAN-425), Syntactic Analysis (SPAN-511), Computers and Translation (450), Spanish Grammar (311) Director of Graduate Studies (Spanish) 2015-present Articles in Linguistics, International Review of Pragmatics, Borealis, Sintagma, Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, Bochumer Linguistiche Arbeitsberichte, LinguaMatica, Proceedings of DAARC (Discourse Anaphora and Anaphor Resolution Colloquium), Proceedings of Constraints in Discourse, Proceedings of SIGDIAL (Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue), Pre-CogSci 2009, etc. 1 0 0 0 0 WLAC-SPAN