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    Sebastiaan Faber [Updated: March 2018]

    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 www.oberlin.edu/faculty/sfaber

    ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

    Professor of Hispanic Studies, Oberlin College, 2008-present. 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 Buuel

    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 Garca 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 Buuel

    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 202 Intermediate Spanish I | Span 304 Advanced Grammar and Composition

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

    Span 345 The Discreet Charm of the Buuels: 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-present)

    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)

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

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

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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 integracin de los escritores espaoles exiliados en Mxico. Director: Prof. Germn Gulln.

    AREAS OF ACADEMIC INTEREST

    Iberian and Latin American Trans-Atlantic Studies

    Institutional History of Hispanism

    Historical Memory in Post-Franco Spain

    Spanish Cinema; Luis Buuel; Post-Francoist 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 and Fiction in Latin-American Literature

    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

    Books

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

    2. Contra el olvido. El exilio espaol en Estados Unidos. Ed. Sebastiaan Faber y Cristina Martnez-Carazo. Alcal de Henares: Instituto Franklin de Estudios Norteamericanos, Universidad de Alcal, 2009.

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

    4. With Gijs Mulder. Edition of Schetsen uit Spanje, by Marcellus Emants. Leiden: Menken, Kasander & Wigman, 2004. [Annotated edition with afterword.]

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

    Articles published in peer-reviewed journals

    1. 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.

    2. 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 lvarez-Blanco, Cristina Moreiras-Menor, Luis Moreno-Caballud, Simon Doubleday, and Benita Sampedro. (link)

    3. Actos afiliativos y postmemoria: Asuntos pendientes. Pasavento. Revista de Estudios Hispnicos 2.1 (2014): 137-55.

    4. Los exiliados espaoles y las instituciones mexicanas: Entre la autonoma y la cooptacin. Historia del Presente 22 (2013): 75-84.

    http://digitalcommons.asphs.net/bsphs/vol40/iss1/8/

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    5. Usted, qu sabe?: History, Memory, and the Voice of the Witness. Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispnicos 36.1 (2012): 9-27.

    6. Buuels Impure Modernism (1929-1950). Modernist Cultures 7.1 (2012): 56-76.

    7. With Pablo Snchez Len and Jess Izquierdo Martn. El poder de contar y el paraso perdido. Polmicas mediticas y construccin colectiva de la memoria en Espaa. Poltica y Sociedad 48.3 (2011): 463-480.

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

    9. The Debate about Spains Past and the Crisis of Academic Legitimacy: The Case of Santos Juli. The Colorado Review of Hispanic Studies 5 (2007): 165-90, special issue on El ensayismo nacional, ed. Javier Krauel; Contestacin a Santos Juli. The Colorado Review of Hispanic Studies 7 (2009): 245-49.

    10. 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 Fernndez and Patricia DAllemand.)

    11. Silencios y tabes del exilio espaol en Mxico: historia oficial vs. historia oral. Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Serie V. Historia Contempornea 17 (2005) [2006]: 373-389.

    12. 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.

    13. Entre el respeto y la crtica. Reflexiones sobre la memoria histrica en Espaa. Migraciones y exilios 5 (2004) [2005]: 37-50.

    14. El mundo est en todas partes. La subversin fantstica de Jorge Luis Borges y Bernardo Atxaga. Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispnicos. 28.3 (2004): 519-539.

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

    16. Un pensamiento que hace rimas. El afn universalizador en las novelas de Javier Maras. Revista Hispnica Moderna. 56.1(2003) [2004]: 195-204.

    17. Max Aub: Conciencia del exilio. Diablotexto 7 (2003-2004): 25-52. [Repr.: in El Correo de Euclides. Anuario Cientfico de la Fundacin Max Aub 1 (2006) [2007]: 16-35.]

    18. The Truth Behind Jusep Torres Campalans: Max Aubs Committed Postmodernism. Hispania 87.2 (2004): 237-246.

    19. Between Cernudas Paradise and Buuels Hell: Mexico Through Spanish Exiles Eyes. Bulletin of Spanish Studies [formerly Bulletin of Hispanic Studies] (Glasgow). 80.2 (2003): 219-40.

    20. Learning from the Latins: Waldo Franks Progressive Pan-Americanism. New Centennial Review 3.1 (2003): 257-295.

    21. Algunos aspectos ideolgicos del exilio espaol en Mxico. La nueva literatura hispnica 4 (2000) [2003]: 25-51.

    22. Un pasado que no fue, un futuro imposible. Juegos parahistricos en los cuentos exlicos de Max Aub. Explicacin de Textos Literarios 29.1 (2000-2001) [2002]: 82-89. [Also in Proyecto Clo: Una Mirada Hispana a la Historia Universal 18 (2000). ]

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