Worcester State University
Women's Studies

 

Guillermina Elissondo, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Spanish

Department of Languages and Literature


Office: S303

Phone: 508-929-8713

Email:  gelissondo@worcester.edu

 

Scholarship in Women’s Studies – Selected journal publications/ book chapters/ books etc.  

 

“El triunfo de Susana San Juan en Pedro Páramo”. Tropos. Volume XI. Number 1, 1984.  

 

“An Introduction to the Poetry of Lucia Fox.” Concerning Poetry. Volume 17, Number 2.

 

Western Washington University. Fall 1984.

 

“Lucia Fox. Formas-Forms. Revista Iberoamericana. Volumen 133. Julio-Diciembre 1985.

 

“A Real Challenge: Teaching Latino Culture to White Students” in Lemuel Berry, editor,

 

2000 Culture Monograph Series. Houston: National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, pp.72-99.

 

“Representing Latino/a Culture in Introductory Spanish Texbooks” in Lemuel Berry, editor, 2001 Culture Monograph Series. Houston: National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, pp.130-148

 

“Sub-Commander Marcos Rewrites the Wor(l)d” in Lemuel Berry, editor, 2002 Culture Monograph Series. Houston: National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, pp.34-62.

 

“Recentering the Margins in María Elena Walsh’s Hotel Pioho’s Palace” in Lemuel Berry, editor, 2003 Culture Monograph Series. Houston: National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, pp. 1-22.

 

“Victim or Perpetrator?: The Controversial Story of Soledad Rosas” in Lemuel Berry, editor, 2005 Culture Monograph Series. Baton Rouge: National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, pp.172-193.

 

“Subverting the Discourse of the Family in Marta Traba’s Conversación al sur” in Lemuel Berry, 2006 Culture Monograph Series. Baton Rouge: National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, pp.178-199.

 

“Schooling and Political Participation: The Case of Night of the Pencils” in Lemuel Berry, editor. 2007 Culture Monograph Series. Baton Rouge: National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, pp. 172-190.

 

Scholarship in Women’s Studies – Selected conference presentations.

 

“Dribbling with the Dictators: The Political Significance of Soccer in Argentina and Brazil.” Chicago: American/Popular Culture Convention, April 1994.

 

“The Lyric of the Orillas: Tango as the Voice of the Marginalized.” Philadelphia: American/ Popular Culture Convention, April 1995.

 

“Market Forces and Cultural Violence in Latin America.” New York: American Educational Research Association, April 1996.

 

“Erotismo y decadencia en la oligarquía argentina de la década del cuarenta”. Decimooctavo Congreso de Literatura Latinoamericana. Montclair State University, abril, 1997.

 

“Understanding Culture and Education through the Theories of Bakhtin and Gramsci.” Chair of the Symposium. Philadelphia:American Educational Studies Association, November 1998.

 

“A Real Challenge: Teaching Latino Culture to White Students.” Houston: National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, February 2000.

 

“Representing Latino/a Culture in Introductory Spanish Texbooks.” Houston: National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, February 2001.

 

“Sub-Commander Marcos Rewrites the Wor(l)d.” Houston: National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, February 2002.

 

“Recentering the Margins in María Elena Walsh’s Hotel Pioho’s Palace.” Houston: National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, February 2003.

 

“Victim or Perpetrator?: The Controversial Story of Soledad Rosas.” Baton Rouge: National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, February 2005.

 

“Subverting the Discourse of the Family in Marta Traba’s Conversación al sur.” Baton Rouge: National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, February 2006.

 

“Shantytown Dwellers: From Long-Term Employees to City Scavengers.” Baton Rouge: National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, February 2007.

 

“Fencing-Off the Poor? Gated Communities in Suburban Buenos Aires.” Boston: 20008 Association of Humanist Sociology, Boston 2008.

 

“Fencing-Off the Poor? Gated Communities in Suburban Buenos Aires.” Baton Rouge: National  Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, February 2008.

 

Selected talks on campus, in the consortium, local community, related to Women’s Studies

 

“Representing Latino/a Culture.” Engendering Knowledge: Women’s Studies at Worcester State College. March, 2001.

 

Organizer of Latin American Women Film Festival sponsored by WSC’s Women Studies Program as part of Women’s History Month, March 2003.

 

Week One: Tuesday, March 4. Documentary Film: To Be a Mother in Latin America. Friday, March 4.  Fiction Film: The Official Story.

 

Week Two: Thursday, March 13. Documentary Film: Rebellion of la Llorona. Friday, March 14. Fiction Film: Untamed Women.

 

Week Three: Thursday, March 15. Documentary Film: The Children of Fidel. Friday, March 28. Fiction Film: Up to a Certain Point.

 
 
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