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©2019 by Dr. Michael Hames-Garcia.

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

  • Full Professor of Ethnic Studies (Affiliated with Comparative Literature; English; Latin American Studies; Philosophy; and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies) (2010)

  • Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies (2006–10)

  • Barbara and Carlisle Moore Distinguished Visiting Professor of English (2005-06)

BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY, STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK

  • Associate Professor of English (2004-06)

  • Assistant Professor of English (1998-04)

STANFORD UNIVERSITY

  • Hewlett Postdoctoral Fellow, Research Institute for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (RICSRE) (2002-03)

 

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

  • Director, Center for Study of Women in Society (CSWS) (2014-15)

  • Scholar in Residence, Center on Diversity and Community (CoDaC) (2011-12)

  • Head, Ethnic Studies Department (2008-11)

  • Director, Center for Race, Ethnicity, and Sexuality Studies (CRESS) (2005-11)

  • Director, Ethnic Studies Program (2006-08)

BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY

  • Director of Undergraduate Studies, English Department (2003-05)

 

SPONSORED RESEARCH, FELLOWSHIPS, AND AWARDS

  • Academic Support Grant, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (2019-20)

  • Rippey Innovative Teaching Award (2018)

  • Rippey Innovative Teaching Award (2017)

  • Summer Research Stipend, University of Oregon (Nominated from UO for NEH Summer Stipend) (2014)

  • Faculty Excellence Award, University of Oregon ($25,000) (2013)

  • Lambda Literary Award for 2011 LGBT Anthology (Gay Latino Studies) (2012)

  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Award (for promoting cultural diversity and racial justice), University of Oregon (2011)

  • Tom and Carol Williams Fund for Undergraduate Education, University of Oregon: Williams Council Award to the Ethnic Studies Curriculum Committee ($19,290) (2008-09)

  • Research Institute for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, Stanford University (one-year research fellowship, sponsored by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation): “Rethinking Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies: Colony, Borderlands, Diaspora” (2002-03)

  • Dr. Nuala McGann Dresher Leave, United University Professionals (UUP) (2002-03)

  • Dean’s Workshop (series of one-year awards), Binghamton University: “Workshop on Reconceptualizing U.S. Latina/o Studies” (Co-PI with María Lugones) (1999-03)

  • Dean’s Research Semester, Binghamton University (2001)

  • Mellon Dissertation Completion Fellowship, Cornell University (1997-98)

  • Graduate School Special Minority Fellowship, Cornell University (1995-97)

  • Sage Fellowship, Cornell University (1993-94)