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    Sebastiaan Faber [Updated: November 2019]

    Department of Hispanic Studies 331 Eastern Ave Oberlin College Oberlin, OH 44074 50 N Professor St (440) 381-5975; fax 775-6888 Oberlin, OH 44074 sebastiaan.faber@oberlin.edu tel. (440) 775-8189 sebastiaanfaber.com

    ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

    Professor of Hispanic Studies, Oberlin College, 2008-present. • Hisp 357 – Memory Battles of the Spanish Civil War

    • Hisp 441 – The Spanish Revolution, 80 Years Later

    • Fysp 152 – So You Want to be an Intellectual? A Roadmap to the Republic of Letters

    • Hisp 454 – Narrating the Past: The Historical Novel in Spain and Latin America

    • Hisp 446 – Literature and Exile in Spain and Latin America

    • Hisp/Soci 340 – Nationalism, Culture, and Politics Under and After Dictatorship: Spain and Yugoslavia

    • Hisp 347 – Luis Buñuel

    • Hisp 310 – The Struggle for Modernity: Survey of Spanish Literature II (18th-21st C.)

    • Hisp 445 – Crime, Sex and Ghosts of the Past: Contemporary Spanish Fiction and Film

    • Hisp 304 – Advanced Grammar and Composition

    • Hisp 353 – Narrating the Past: History and Fiction in 19th and 20th-C Spain

    • Hisp 354 – Representations of the Spanish Civil War

    • Hisp 459 – Writers, Journalists, Public Intellectuals: Literature and Politics in Spain and Latin America

    Visiting Professor of Spanish & Portuguese, The Ohio State University, Spring 2015 • Spanish 7540: Representations of the Spanish Civil War

    Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies, Oberlin College, 2004-2008. • Fysp 152 – The Making of a Martyr: The Life, Death and Afterlives of Federico García Lorca

    • Hisp 202 – Intermediate Spanish I

    • Hisp 445 – Crime, Sex and Ghosts of the Past: Contemporary Spanish Fiction and Film

    • Hisp 310 – The Struggle for Modernity: Survey of Spanish Literature II (18th-20th C.)

    • Hisp 332 – Memory, Truth, and Justice: How Post-Dictatorial Democracies Come to Terms with Their Past

    • Hisp 345 – (Sur)Realism in Exile: Max Aub and Luis Buñuel

    • Hisp/Soci 340 – Nationalism, Culture, and Politics: Spain and Yugoslavia in the 20th C (with Veljko Vujacic)

    • Hisp 346 – Literature and Exile in Spain and Latin America

    Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies, Oberlin College, 1999-2004. • Span 310 – The Struggle for Modernity: Survey of Spanish Literature II (18th-20th C.)

    • Span 345 – The Discreet Charm of the Buñuels: Transnational Cinema and the Surrealist Legacy

    • Span 423 – The Crisis of the Turn of the Century and the Discourse of Decadence

    • Span 445 – Crime, Sex, and Ghosts of the Past: Contemporary Spanish Film and Fiction

    • Span 446 – The Literature of Spanish Civil War Exile

    • Span 446 – Literature and Exile in Spain and Latin America

    • Span 465 – ¡Viva la raza! Constructions of Hispanic Identity Reader and Teaching Assistant, University of California, Davis, Spring 1999. Associate Instructor, University of California, Davis, Summer 1997, Fall 1998-Spring 1999. Teaching Assistant (Spanish instructor), University of California, Davis, Fall 1995-Spring 1998.

    ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

    • Chair of Hispanic Studies, Oberlin College (2006-2010, 2016-2019)

    • Founding Director of the Oberlin Center for Languages and Cultures (2012-2015)

    • Acting Chair of French and Italian, Oberlin College (Fall 2013)

    • Chair of Latin American Studies, Oberlin College (2012-2015)

    • Chair of the Board of Governors, Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives (2010-2015); Co-Chair, 2018-pres

    • Convener of the Humanities, Oberlin College (2006-2010)

    • Co-director, Comparative Literature, Oberlin College (2008-2009)

    http://www.sebastiaanfaber.com/

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    EDUCATION

    Ph.D., Spanish & Spanish-American Literature with a Designated Emphasis in Critical Theory, University of California, Davis, Sept. 1999. Dissertation: “Exile and Cultural Hegemony: Spanish Intellectuals in Mexico (1939-1975).” Director: Prof. Neil A. Larsen.

    Doctorandus (MA equivalent), Spanish Literature, cum laude, University of Amsterdam, Jan. 1995. Thesis: “Jaulas doradas y torres de marfil. La integración de los escritores españoles exiliados en México.” Director: Prof. Germán Gullón.

    AREAS OF ACADEMIC INTEREST

    • Iberian and Latin American Trans-Atlantic Studies

    • Institutional History of Hispanism

    • Historical Memory in Post-Franco Spain

    • Spanish Cinema

    • Literature of Spanish Civil War Exile

    • Spanish Civil War

    • Contemporary Spanish Politics

    • Intellectuals and Political Commitment

    • Intellectual Contacts Between Spain and Spanish America after 1810

    • Constructions of Hispanic Identity since Latin-American Independence

    • Theory of Ideology

    • Contemporary Spanish Fiction

    • Journalism

    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

    Books

    1. Memory Battles of the Spanish Civil War: History, Fiction, Photography. Nashville: Vanderbilt UP, 2018.

    2. Contra el olvido. El exilio español en Estados Unidos. Ed. Sebastiaan Faber & Cristina Martínez-Carazo. Alcalá de Henares: Instituto Franklin de Estudios Norteamericanos, Universidad de Alcalá, 2009. 2nd ed. 2010.

    3. Anglo-American Hispanists and the Spanish Civil War: Hispanophilia, Commitment, and Discipline. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

    4. Schetsen uit Spanje, by Marcellus Emants. Ed. Gijs Mulder & Sebastiaan Faber. Leiden: Menken, Kasander & Wigman, 2004.

    5. Exile and Cultural Hegemony: Spanish Intellectuals in Mexico (1939-1975). Nashville: Vanderbilt UP, 2002.

    Articles published in peer-reviewed journals

    1. “The United States and World Fascism: Teaching Human Rights through the Spanish Civil War.” Hispania 102.1 (2019): 9-13.

    2. “Salvados como periodismo populista. En busca de un sujeto nacional-popular.” Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies vol. 21 (2017) [2018], ed. Antonio Gómez López-Quiñones. 235-262.

    3. “Image Politics: U.S. Aid to the Spanish Republic and Its Refugees.” Forma; revista d'estudis comparatius. Art, literatura, pensament 14 (2016) [2017]: 21-34. (link)

    4. “Forum: For Whom Do We Write? A Discussion about Format, Purpose, and Audience.” Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies 40.1 (2015): 139-155. With Palmar Álvarez-Blanco, Cristina Moreiras-Menor, Luis Moreno-Caballud, Simon Doubleday, and Benita Sampedro. (link)

    https://www.upf.edu/documents/3928637/135367886/Art.+1.pdf/d9e2bb1c-7235-aaaf-946d-428fb2b92549 http://digitalcommons.asphs.net/bsphs/vol40/iss1/8/

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    5. “Actos afiliativos y postmemoria: Asuntos pendientes.” Pasavento. Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 2.1 (2014): 137-55.

    6. “Los exiliados españoles y las instituciones mexicanas: Entre la autonomía y la cooptación.” Historia del Presente 22 (2013): 75-84.

    7. “‘¿Usted, qué sabe?’: History, Memory, and the Voice of the Witness.” Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 36.1 (2012): 9-27.

    8. “Buñuel’s Impure Modernism (1929-1950).” Modernist Cultures 7.1 (2012): 56-76.

    9. With Pablo Sánchez León and Jesús Izquierdo Martín. “El poder de contar y el paraíso perdido. Polémicas mediáticas y construcción colectiva de la memoria en España.” Política y Sociedad 48.3 (2011): 463-480.

    10. “L’esilio degli intellettuali spagnoli e tedeschi in Messico: due esperienze a confronto.” Memoria e ricerca: Rivista di storia contemporanea (Forlì/Ravenna, Italy) 31 (2009): 63-80. Special issue on “L’Europa in esilio: La migrazione degli intellettuali verso le Americhe tra le due guerre,” ed. Renato Camurri.

    11. “The Debate about Spain’s Past and the Crisis of Academic Legitimacy: The Case of Santos Juliá.” The Colorado Review of Hispanic Studies 5 (2007): 165-90, special issue on “El ensayismo nacional”, ed. Javier Krauel; “Contestación a Santos Juliá.” The Colorado Review of Hispanic Studies 7 (2009): 245-49.

    12. “Economies of Prestige: The Place of Iberian Studies in the American University.” Hispanic Research Journal 9.1 (2008): 7-32. (Special issue on cultural studies, ed. Josep-Anton Fernàndez and Patricia D’Allemand.)

    13. “Silencios y tabúes del exilio español en México: historia oficial vs. historia oral.” Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Serie V. Historia Contemporánea 17 (2005) [2006]: 373-389.

    14. “The Privilege of Pain: The Exile as Ethical Model in Max Aub, Francisco Ayala, and Edward Said.” Journal of Interdisciplinary Crossroads 3.1 (2006): 11-32. Thematic issue on “The Limits of Exile.” Ed David Kettler and Zvi Ben-Dor.

    15. “Entre el respeto y la crítica. Reflexiones sobre la memoria histórica en España.” Migraciones y exilios 5 (2004) [2005]: 37-50.

    16. “El mundo está en todas partes. La subversión fantástica de Jorge Luis Borges y Bernardo Atxaga.” Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos. 28.3 (2004): 519-539.

    17. “The Trope as Trap: Ideology Revisited.” Culture, Theory & Critique. 45.2 (2004): 133-169.

    18. “Un pensamiento que hace rimas. El afán universalizador en las novelas de Javier Marías.” Revista Hispánica Mo