Teaching

Stanford University: Graduate

  • English/Comp Lit 309A. Novel of the Americas
  • English/Comp Lit 309. The Ethnic Bildungsroman and Historical Novel
  • English 309J. Colloquium on Chicano Cultural Studies
  • English 310A. Colloquium on the Novel of Modernity
  • English 359. American Transnational Poetics
  • English 363. Colloquium on Dialectical Aesthetics and Postcolonial Encounters
  • English 356. Colloquium on Transnational Poetics
  • English 363G. Colloquium on Transnational Modernisms
  • English 363D. Colloquium: The Theoretical Toolkit: Dialectics and Form
  • English 363G. Postrace Aesthetics
  • English 382. Race, Formalisms, and Narrative Theory
  • English 396. Introduction to Graduate Studies and Theory

Stanford University: Undergraduate

  • Introduction to the Humanities: Citizenship and Governance
  • Freshman Seminar: The Two Cultures: Bridging the Gap
  • Sophomore College: Comparative American Urban Cultures, 1994-99, 2001
  • Comparative Literature 142. Literature of the Americas
  • Comparative Literature 105. Literature of the Americas
  • English 165C. Introduction to Literary Theory
  • English 126. Twentieth Century American Fiction
  • English 124A. Chicano Cultural Studies
  • English 124B. Contemporary Chicano Narrative
  • English 160E. Ethnic and Third World Literature
  • English 198N The Death of the Romantic Lyric (Peters Seminar)
  • CIV 4. Europe and the Americas
  • CIV 5. Europe and the Americas
  • Chicano Studies 110. Introduction to Chicano Life & Culture

Ph.D. Candidates Supervised at Stanford University

Completed

1991-1994
  • Josefina Saldaña, Ph. D., Modern Thought & Language; Assoc. Prof. New York U
  • Carrie Tirado Bremen, Ph. D., Modern Thought & Language; Assoc. Prof. SUNY Buffalo
  • Eric Schocket, Ph. D., English; Assoc. Prof. late of Hampshire College
  • Manuel Martinez, Ph. D., English; Assoc. Prof. U of Indiana
  • Sameer Pandya, Ph. D., Modern Thought & Literature, Lecturer UC Santa Barbara
1995-1998
  • John Gonzalez, Ph. D., English; Assoc. Prof. U of Texas at Austin
  • Darieck Scott, Ph. D., Modern Thought & Literature; Assoc. Prof. UC Berkeley
  • Diana Paulin, Ph. D. English; Assoc. Prof. Trinity College
  • Lisa Lenker, Modern Thought & Literature
  • Alicia Maria Gámez, Ph. D., Modern Thought & Literature, Attorney at Law
  • Inez Salazar, Ph. D., English
1999-2001
  • Maria Eugenia Cotera, Ph. D., Modern Thought & Literature, Assoc. Prof. U of Michigan
  • Alicia Schmidt-Camacho, Ph, D. Modern Thought & Literature, Assoc. Prof. Yale U
2002-2005
  • Marcial Gonzalez, Ph. D., Modern Thought & Literature, Assoc. Prof. UC, Berkeley
  • David Cantrell, Ph. D., English, Instructor, University of San Diego
  • Rod Hernandez, Ph. D., English
  • Daniel T. Contreras, Ph. D., Modern Thought & Literature, Assoc. Prof. Fordham U
  • Yael Ben-Zvi, Ph.D, Modern Thought & Literature, Asst. Prof. U of Negev, Israel
  • Carlos Gallego, Ph. D., English, Asst. Prof., U of Arizona
  • Raul Coronado, Ph.D, Modern Thought & Literature, Assoc. Prof., U of Chicago
  • Magdalena Barrera, Ph.D, Modern Thought & Literature, Asst. Prof., San Jose State U
2006-2007
  • Allison Carruth, Ph. D., Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of California, Los Angeles
  • Shimberlee Jirón King, Ph.D., English, Assistant Professor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Felicia Flor de Luna Martinez, Ph.D., English, Assistant Professor, St. John's College
  • Rebecca Starks, Ph.D, English
  • Noam Cohen, Ph. D., English
2008-2010
  • Jolene Hubbs, Ph. D., American Studies, Assistant Professor, University of Alabama
  • Lee Konstantinou, Ph. D., English, Assistant Professor, University of Maryland
  • Vida Mia Garcia, Ph.D., Modern Thought & Literature
  • Mari Ruth Angelica Flores, Ph. D., Modern Thought & Literature
  • Jayson T.G. Sae-Saue, Ph.D., Modern Thought & Literature, Assistant Professor, Southern Methodist University

In Progress

  • Mark Vega, Ph. D., English
  • Elda Maria Roman, English
  • Long Le-Khac, English
  • Jodie Archer, English
  • Angelica Becerra Vidergar, Comparative Literature
  • Cristina Jimenez, English
  • Dalglish Chew, English
  • Rebecca Wilbanks, Modern Thought & Literature

Ph.D. Candidates Supervised at University of Texas at Austin

  • Shelli Booth Fowler, Ph. D., English, Assoc. Prof, Washington State U
  • Forrest Pyle, III, Ph. D., English, Assoc. Prof., Oregon U
  • Jennifer Sharpe, Ph. D., Comp. Lit., Assoc. Prof., UCLA
  • Mohammed Shukany, Ph. D., English, Professor U of Saudi Arabia
  • Louis Mendoza, Ph. D. English, Assoc. Prof. U of Texas, San Antonio
  • Suzanne Shumway, Ph. D., English
  • Carolyn Warmbold, Ph. D., English
  • Wendy McRedie, Ph. D., Comparative Literature
  • Helga Winkler, Ph. D., Spanish
  • Susan Comfort, Ph. D., English

M.A. Candidates Supervised

  • Eric Nelson, M.A., English
  • Jennifer Sharpe, M.A., Comp.Lit.
  • Forrest Pyle, III, M.A., English
  • Suzanne Chin, M.A., English
  • Jeanne McCarthy, M.A., English
  • Nancy Seabury, M.A., English
  • Paul J. Borelli, M.A., English
  • Susann Doenges, M.A., English
  • Scott Mitchell, M.A., English
  • Enrique Lopez, M.A., English