CURRICULUM VITAE


JUDITH MORGANROTH SCHNEIDER

Education:


B.A.1963Barnard College, Columbia University, French (cum laude)

Ph.D.1969 Duke University, Romance Languages and Literatures: French (major),
Spanish and Italian (minors)


Experience in Higher Education:


1990-University of Maryland Baltimore County,

Associate Professor of Modern Languages


1984- 1990 University of Maryland Baltimore County,

Assistant Professor of Modern Languages


1980-1984University of Rochester, Adjunct Assistant

Professor, French and Spanish


1978 -1979University of Rochester, Part-time Instructor,

French and Spanish


1/1978 - 6/1978State University College of New York at Brockport, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Spanish


9/1977-1/1978State University College of New York at Brockport, Visiting Assistant Professor, French

 

1975- 1976Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Adjunct Assistant Professor, French


1973-1977St. John Fisher College, Adjunct Assistant Professor, French and Spanish


1970-1971Albertus Magnus College, Assistant Professor, French


1969-1970Albertus Magnus College, Instructor, French


1966-1967, Duke University, Teaching Assistant, French

 

1964-1965


Experience in other than Higher Education:


1/1983-6/1983Public School No. 23, Rochester City School District, Teacher, Spanish


1967-1968St. Mary's Junior College, Raleigh, North Carolina, Teacher, High School Division Spanish


Research Support and/or Fellowships:

1963-66. $9,000. N.D.E.A. Fellowship. For doctoral studies at Duke University.


1985. $1500. UMBC Faculty Summer Fellowship.


1985. $500. UMBC Graduate School Award to support publication of a special number of Folio on Latin American Jewish Writers.


1985-86. $4000. Fellowship, Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture.


1991-1992. $3,800. UMBC DRIF Research Award

 

1998. $600. Course development grant (Spanish 421/621: U.S. Latino Literature). Center for Language Initiatives, UMBC.

 

Master's Students (thesis)


Keeley West-Linley, The Representation of the Postmodern Cajun Woman in Cajun Music. December, 1999.


Master'sStudents (extended scholarly papers)


Laura Colozzi, The Brazilian Telenovela: Popular or Mass Culture?


Bonita Crowell, Comparing the Affective Filter in Two ESL Teaching Methods”


Juliette Eastwick, Strategies to Prepare the Continuing Education Adult Foreign Language Learner for Cultural Competence: A Proposal for a Pre-Course Workshop”


Lisa Fanning, The Male African Critical Reception of Mariama Ba’s Une si longue lettre


Carol Hutzley, Toward the Effective Teaching of Culture in the Foreign Language Classroom: A Review and Evaluation”


Loren Lewis, "Jorge Isaacs and His Novel María: The Literary Image of the Nineteenth-Century Afro-Colombian"


José Lobo, Community and Political Activism of Women in the U.S. and in Latin America


Ivette Perez, The Affective Filter and Attitudes Towards Hispanics Among Elementary School Spanish Learners”


Barbara Vilar, The Teacher Read a Story About Me Today: Toward Authenticity in multicultural Children’s Literature”



Publications (and Other Creative Efforts)


Please see attached, under heading "Publications (and Other Creative Efforts)."



Professional Activities:



Papers Presented at Conferences


Renegotiating Boundaries: Genealogy and Geography in Rosa Nissán’s Las tierras prometidas. Latin American Jewish Studies Association X International Research Conference. Princeton University, Princeton, N.J. March 14-15, 1999.


El sueño de América y el sueño americano: El crecimiento de la conciencia de una empleada doméstica en la novela de Esmeralda Santiago.” Coloquio Internacional: Género, raza y clase en la cultura latinoamericana y caribeña. Havana, Cuba, February 15-19, 1999.


Feminist Literary Representations of Maids and Mistresses: Gender Alliances Across Class Boundaries?” XXI International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association. Chicago, Illinois, September 23-September 26, 1998.


Forjando nuevas alianzas feministas en la diáspora latinoamericana: Esmeralda Santiago y Nora Glickman, dos escritoras latinas de los suburbios de Nueva York.” Exilios femeninos/Women’s Exiles, International Interdisciplinary Conference. Huelva, Spain, May 6-8, 1998.


Mestizas judeolatinoamericanas: La construcción de identidades diaspóricas femeninas en el teatro de Nora Glickman.” Coloquio Internacional: La mujer latinoamericana y su cultura en los umbrales del próximo milenio: teoría, historia y crítica. Havana, Cuba, February 16-20, 1998.


"Nora Glickman's Reconstructions of the Postmodern Jewish Latina/Latin American FemaleSubject." III Congreso de Teatro Latinoamericano. University of Kansas, April 2-5, 1997.


"Inscripciones de la otredad judía y femenina en las novelas de Alicia Steimberg y Rosa Nissan." VIII Conferencia Internacional de Investigación de la Asociación Latinoamericana de Estudios Judaicos (LAJSA). Mexico City, November 11-14, 1995.



"La Kabbale et la conversion dans l'oeuvre poétique de Max Jacob." Colloque International Max Jacob: Poete et romancier. Centre de Recherches de la Poésie contemporaine, Université de Pau, Pau,France, May 25-28, 1994.


"Liliane Atlan's Construction and Deconstruction of Jewish Identity." Seventh Annual International Colloquium on Twentieth-Century French Studies. University of Iowa. [April 18-21, 1990]



"L'Immeuble: la simulation et la compétence communicative au niveau du français intermédiaire." Convention of the American Association of Teachers of French. Paris, France. July 14, 1989.


"French Jewish Ideology and the French Left: The Positions of Albert Memmi and Alain Finkielkraut."

International Colloquium in Twentieth Century French Studies. Columbia University. New York, NY. April 1, 1989.


"Liliane Atlan: French Jewish or Jewish French Writer?" Modern Language Association of America. New Orleans, Louisiana. December 29, 1988.


"Max Jacob et l'humour juif." Colloque International sur L'Humour d'Expression Française. Université de Paris VIII, Paris. June 28, 1988.


"The Holocaust and Identity: Crucial Themes in the Writings of Liliane Atlan." Congrès Mondial du Conseil International d'Etudes Francophones. Montréal. April 15, 1988.


"Albert Memmi and Alain Finkielkraut: Two Discourses on French Jewish Identity." Northeast Modern Language Association Convention. Providence, RI. March 26, 1988.


"Ana Vasquez: Interrogaciones sobre el exilio y la identidad." Segundo Congreso Creacion Femenina

en el Mundo Hispanico 1987. Mayaguez, Puerto Rico.

November 17, 1987.


"A Jewish Response to Catastrophe: Three Plays by Liliane Atlan." Northeast Modern Language Association Convention. Boston, MA. April 3, 1987.


"Max Jacob Juif." International Colloquium in Twentieth-Century French Studies. Duke University. Durham, NC. March 12, 1987.


"Una lectura femenina y judia de dos escritoras judiargentinas: Nora Glickman y Alicia Steimberg." Tercer Simposio Internacional de Literatura: Critica Literaria de la Literatura de Latinoamerica, Siglo XX. Salta, Argentina. August 7, 1986.


"Grammar Learning: A Tool or a Goal?" Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Washington, D.C. April 18, 1986.


"Inscriptions of Jewishness and Femininity in the Writings of Alicia Steimberg and Nora Glickman." Northeast Modern Language Association Convention. Rutgers, NJ. April 3, 1986.


"Crossing Cultures in the Fiction of Isaac Goldemberg." Northeast Modern Language Association Convention. Hartford, CT. March 28, 1985.


"La dualité en tant que figure symbolique et figure du discours dans l'écriture poétique de Max Jacob." Colloque International Max Jacob. Saint-Etienne, France. September, 1983.




Professional Workshops



"Grammar Games." Maryland Foreign Language Association. Catonsville, MD. May 12, 1990.


"TPR for Young Children: K-8." National FLES Institute. UMBC. Catonsville, MD. July 19, 1988.


"TPR and the Natural Approach." Prince William County Public Schools In-service Training. Manassas, VA. September 3, 1987.


"The Natural Approach: Some Demonstrations." The Association of Independent Maryland Schools Fall Conference. Baltimore, MD. November 17, 1986.


"Total Physical Response: Theory and Practice." In-service Workshop for Foreign Language Teachers. Calvert County Schools. November 10, 1986.


"The Situation Machine." With co-presenter Robert Sloane. Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Washington, D.C. April 18, 1986.


"The Natural Approach: Theory and Practice." Annual Teacher's Meeting of the Baltimore Archdiocese. Baltimore. April 14, 1986.


"Total Physical Response." Greater Washington Association of Teachers of Foreign Languages/Maryland Foreign Language Association Joint Fall Conference. College Park, MD. September 28, 1985.


"Total Physical Response in the Elementary School Second Language Classroom." Board of Cooperative Educational Services. Spencerport, NY. April 8, 1984.


"Total Physical Response and the Comprehension Approach." New York State Association of Foreign Language Teachers Regional Meeting. March 10, 1984.



"Drama Techniques in Language Learning." New York State Association of Foreign Language Teachers Regional Meeting. March 14, 1983.



Lectures/Presentations to the Community


Euzhan Palcy’s Rue Cases-Nègres: A Sociological Perspective.” Festival of Films From the French-Speaking World. UMBC. November 8, 1999.


"The Jewish Presence in French Literature." UMBC French Day for Maryland Teachers. October 19, 1996.


"Les Jeux de la Grammaire/Grammar Games." UMBC French Immersion Day for High School Students. March 10, 1990.


"Jeux révolutionnaires et autres." UMBC French Immersion Day for High School Students. March 11, 1989.


"La Chanson française." UMBC French Immersion Day for High School Students. October 31, 1987.


"Spanish Day." International Language Camp at UMBC. June 26, 1987.


"Jeux dramatiques dans l'Enseignement." UMBC French Immersion Day for High School Teachers. April 11, 1987.


"Jeux dramatiques." UMBC French Immersion Day for High School Students. November 15, 1986.


"Spanish Day." International Language Camp at UMBC. June 24, 1986.


"Communicative Activities." UMBC French Immersion Day for High School Teachers. March 15, 1986.


"La Communicacion." UMBC Spanish Immersion Day for High School Students. April 12, 1986.


"Reaching Out Activities." UMBC French Immersion Day for High School Students. November 2, 1985.



Professional Associations


American Association of Teachers of French


American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese

Instituto Literario y Cultural Hispánico


Latin American Jewish Studies Association


Latin American Studies Association


Modern Language Association




Responsibilities in Professional Associations


Organizer and Chair, “Voces diásporicas/Diasporic Voices: Readings by U.S. Latina/o Jewish Writers with Commentary. XXII International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association. Miami, FL. March 16, 2000.


Correspondant (U.S.A.), Association des Etudes Max Jacob.


Chair, Special Session on Jewish Questions in French Literature:

From Proust to Perec. Modern Language Association Convention. Washington, D.C. December 26-30, 1989.


Secretary, Special Session on French Jewish Writers. Northeast Modern Language Association Convention. Wilmington, Delaware. March 29, 1989.


Chair, Special Session on The Jewish Image in Latin American Literature. Northeast Modern Language Association Convention. Providence, RI. March 24, 1988.


Secretary, Special Session on Literature of the Holocaust. Northeast Modern Language Association Convention. Providence, RI. March 24, 1988.


Secretary, Special Session on The Jewish Image in Latin American Literature. Northeast Modern Language Association Convention. Boston, MA. April 3, 1987.


Chair, Special Session in honor of the "Max Jacob Centennial." Modern Language Association Convention. New York, NY. December 28, 1976.

      


Other Professional Service


Editorial Board, Folio. 1976-1990



Teaching and Curriculum Design


New topics courses for which I designed the curriculum and developed new materials and bibliographical references follow:


SPAN 421/621. Spring 1998. Latino(a) Literature in the United States.


FREN 303, Fall 1997. Caribbean Culture in French.


SPAN 421, Fall 1996. Escritoras latinoamericanas.


FREN 471/671, Fall 1996. Jewish Writers in France. (revised seminar).


SPAN 300H, Spring 1995. Introduction to the Investigation of Music and Society in Latin America and Spain.


FREN 471/671, Fall 1994. French Colonialism Through Cinema.


FREN 471/671, Fall 1992. Contemporary Women in French: Cultural Autobiography Through Words and Film.


FREN 303, Fall 1989. Masculin/Féminin: Changing Representations of the Couple in Modern French Culture.


FREN 481/681, Spring 1989. The Jewish Experience in France.



Other new courses for which I designed and developed the curriculum:


FREN 323, Spring 1997. Modern Times. Cultures of the French-Speaking World from 1871 to the present.

 

MLL 321/JDST 321, Spring 1995. Jewish Writers in World Literature.


SPAN 201H, Fall 1994. Intermediate Spanish I for Honors Students.


FREN 302, Spring 1990. Advanced French II.



Language courses in which I helped design and implement a new curriculum:


SPAN 301, with Professor Alan Bell, Spring 2000.


SPAN 301, with Professor John Sinnigen. Fall-Spring 1995-1996.


SPAN 201 with Professor Thomas Field. Fall-Spring 1984-1985.








University and Community Service



Departmental Service


Chair-Elect, Spring 2000-


Advisor, MLL Council of Majors, 1997-1998


Advisor, French Club, 1997-1998


Coordinator of French Area, 1997-1998


Coordinator, MLL and INCC Internships, 1987-1998


MLL Graduate Program Committee, 1987-


Coordinator, Mentor Program and Training for Teaching Assistants, 1993-1997


Organizing Committee for Orientation of New Instructors and Teaching Assistants, 1987-1997


Associate Chair, 1992-1994


Graduate Program Director, 1992-1994


Coordinator of French Area, 1990-1991


MLL Coordinator for Advisement, 1985-1990


Advisor, French Club, 1988-1991


Advisor, Graduate Students in the Master's in Intercultural Communication Program


Advisor, Undergraduate MLL Majors and Undeclared Majors


MLL Advisory Council: Joint Committee with Maryland Foreign

Language Supervisors, 1985-87


MLL Symposium Committee, 1986-87


Committee on Language Teaching Issues, 1986-87


Student Liaison Committee, 1985-86


MLL Representative, Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, 1986, 1987



University Service


Judaic Studies Minor Committee, 1986-



Community Service


Howard County Friends of Latin America, 1987-


MLL Advisory Council: Joint Committee with Maryland Foreign Language Supervisors, 1985-87

 

[See above, Lectures/Presentations to the Community]




Publications (and Other Creative Efforts)



Books



Clown at the Altar: The Religious Poetry of Max Jacob. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1978.



Editions



Max Jacob Centennial (1876-1976). Folio, 9 (1976). 54 pp.


Latin American Jewish Writers. Folio, 17 (1987). 195 pp.



Chapters in Books


"Inscripciones de la otredad judeofemenina en las novelas de Alicia Steimberg y Rosa Nissán." Encuentro y alteridad: Vida y cultura judía en América Latina. Eds. Judit Bokser Liwerant and Alicia Gojman de Backal. Mexico City: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1999. 582-592.


Renegotiating Boundaries: Genealogy and Geography in Rosa Nissán’s Las tierras prometidas. Mexican Jewish Writers. (In Press)


Latin American and U.S. Latina Representations of Maids and Mistresses: Gender Alliances Across Class and Ethnic Boundaries.” Social Justice in Latin America: An Interdisciplinary Anthology. (In press).


"Inscriptions of a Jewish, Female Identity: The Writings of Alicia Steimberg." Argentine Jewish Writers: Critical Essays. Ed. Nora Glickman. Modern Jewish Studies Books. Flushing, NY: Queens College Press, 1993. 92-104.


"Marcos Aguinis: Shifting Lines of Difference Between the Other and the Self." Tradition and Innovation: Reflections on Latin American Jewish Writing. Eds. Robert DiAntonio and Nora Glickman. SUNY Series in Modern Jewish Literature and Culture. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1993. 135-146.




Articles

 

El sueño de América y el sueño americano: El crecimiento de la conciencia de una empleada doméstica en la novela de Esmeralda Santiago.” Actas del Coloquio Internacional: Género, raza y clase en la cultura latinoamericana y caribeña. Casa de las Américas and Universidad Federal Fluminense de Niterói, Brasil. (In press).

 

Forjando nuevas alianzas feministas en la diáspora latinoamericana: Esmeralda Santiago y Nora Glickman, dos escritoras latinas de los suburbios de Nueva York.” Exilios femeninos/Women’s Exiles, International Interdisciplinary Conference. Universidad de Huelva, Spain (In press).

 

Mestizas judeolatinoamericanas: La construcción de identidades diaspóricas femeninas en el teatro de Nora Glickman.” Actas del Coloquio Internacional: La mujer latinoamericana y su cultura en los umbrales del próximo milenio: teoría, historia y crítica. Casa de las Américas, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa de México, and Universidad de Buenos Aires (In press).

 

 

"A Literary Struggle with Ambivalence: Misogyny and Jewish Self-Hatred in Albert Cohen's Autobiographical and Fictional Writing." Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies 18 (Spring 2000): 27-48.


"La kabbale et la conversion dans l'écriture de Max Jacob." Max Jacob poete et romancier: Actes du colloque du CRPC, Université de Pau, 25-28 mai 1994. Pau, France: Publications de l'Université de Pau, 1995.


"Una lectura femenina y judía de dos escritoras judeoargentinas: Nora Glickman y Alicia Steimberg." Alba de America: Critica Literaria de la Literatura de Latinoamerica, Siglo XX (1990) [1992]: 319-27.


"FLEX Goes To College: International Language Camp at UMBC."

Hispania, 73 (Sept. 1990): 823-826.


"Liliane Atlan: Jewish Difference in Postmodern French Writing." Symposium, 43 (Winter 1989-1990): 274-83.


"Albert Memmi and Alain Finkielkraut: Two Discourses on French Jewish Identity." The Romanic Review, 81 (Jan. 1989): 130-136.


"Max Jacob et l'humour juif." Humoresques. L'Humour d'expression française (Tome 1). Actes du colloque international. (Mars 1990): 110-118.



"Max Jacob Juif." The French Review 63 (Oct. 1989): 78-87.

 

"The Apartment House: An Experiment in Simulation and the Natural Approach Focusing on Cultural Competence." The Canadian Modern Language Review. 45 (mai/May 1989): 625-30.


"Ana Vasquez: Interrogaciones sobre el exilio y la identidad."

Alba de America, Volumen 6, Nos. 10 y 11 (Julio 1988): 225-234.


"Cultural Meanings in Isaac Goldemberg's Fiction." Folio 17 (1987): 128-40.


"La dualité en tant que figure du discours et figure symbolique dans l'écriture poétique de Max Jacob." Actes du Colloque Max Jacob 1983. Saint-Etienne, France: Presses de l'Université de Saint-Etienne, 1985: 175-82.

 

"PTA and TPR: A Comprehension Based Approach in a Public Elementary School." Hispania 67 (1984): 620-25.


"La Défense de Tartufe: An Indication of Max Jacob's Poetic Evolution." Max Jacob 3: Spiritualité de Max Jacob. Revue des Lettres Modernes 621-26 (1981): 39-53.

 

"S. Corinna Bille: Exploring the Feminine Labyrinth." Twentieth Century Foreign Women Writers. Folio 11 (1978): n. pag.


"Conversations With God: An Aspect of Dialogism in Jacob's Lyrical Poems." Folio 9 (1976).


"Max Jacob on Poetry." Modern Language Review 69 (1974): 290-96.



Bibliographies

 

"Max Jacob Annotated Bibliography." In Critical Bibliography of French Literature. Ed. Douglas W. Alden. Vol. 6. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1980. 807-17.



Translations


 

Translations from Max Jacob's Le Cornet à dés. In Sydney Lévy, The Play of the Text. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press, 1981: 127-51.


Translation of "Histoire," a poem, by Liliane Atlan. Centerpoint 3 (1978): 93-94.


Translations of poems by Max Jacob. Folio 9 (1976): 27, 31.



Reviews


Review of Musicians and Watchmakers (Músicos y relojeros), by Alicia Steimberg. Trans. Andrea G. Labinger. Latin American Jewish Studies, 19 (February 1999): 7-9.


Review of Isaac Unbound: Patriarchal Traditions in the Latin American Jewish Novel, by Lois Baer Barr. Indiana Journal of Hispanic Literature 10 & 11 (Spring-Fall 1997): 291-294.


Review of Liliane Atlan, by Bettina Knapp. Sub-Stance 62/63 (1990): 196-98.


Review of Jewish Issues in Latin American Writing, by Naomi Lindstrom. Rocky Mountain Review of Language & Literature.

44 (Nos.1-2, 1990):115-16.

 

Review of Max Jacob, Lettres à René Rimbert, ed. Christine Andréucci and Maria Green. French Review 58 (1985): 736-737

Review of Song for an Equinox, by St. John Perse. French Review 52 (1979): 780.


Review of La, by Hélène Cixous. World Literature Today (Spring 1977).


Review of L'Univers poétique de Max Jacob, by René Plantier. French Review 51 (1978): 613-14.


Review of Brouillon pour un dictionnaire des amantes, by Monique Wittig and Sande Zeig. World Literature Today (Summer 1977).


Review of Pour finir encore et autres foirades, by Samuel Beckett. World Literature Today (Winter 1977).


Review of La Demoiselle sauvage, by S. Corinna Bille. Books Abroad 50 (1976).


Review of Paysage de l'immobilité, by Yves Régnier. World Literature Today (Winter 1977).


Review of Max Jacob, by René Plantier. French Review 48 (1974): 439-440.


Review of L'Equilatère, by Paul Fournel. French Review 47 (1973): 227-28.


Review of Un Long mois de septembre, by Elvire de Brissac. French Review 46 (1972): 433-34.