Noemi Martin Santo

EDUCATION. Ph.D. in Hispanic Language and Literatures. Boston, MA. Boston University ... Periphērica. Submitted and under review. “Japanese Christian Women through the Eyes of a Seventeenth Century Spanish Merchant.” Journal of Early Modern Christianity 4.2 (2017): 289-310. “Conflictos de autoridad narrativa en ...
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Noemi Martin Santo Department of Foreign Language Studies Providence College 1 Cunningham Square Providence, RI 02918 [email protected] 508 649 2329 EDUCATION Ph.D. in Hispanic Language and Literatures Boston University Dissertation Advisor: Christopher Maurer

Boston, MA 2016

M.A., Spanish University of Oregon

Eugene, OR 2010

Diploma en Enseñanza de Español como Lengua Extranjera (Diploma in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language) Universidad Antonio de Nebrija Certificado de Aptitud Pedagógica (Certificate in Pedagogy for Secondary Education) Universidad Miguel Hernández Licenciatura en Ciencias de la Información (B.A., Mass Media Communication) Universidad Complutense

Madrid, Spain 2007 Elche, Spain 2003 Madrid, Spain 1999

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS Providence College Visiting Assistant Professor First through Sixth trimesters of Spanish Spanish Composition Conversational Spanish Boston University Advanced Teaching Fellow, Course assistant to James Iffland in Spanish Medieval and Golden Age Literature Teaching Fellow Second-, Third-, and Fourth-Semester Spanish Spanish for the Professions Spanish for Second Year Students at Madrid Study Abroad Program Introduction to the Analysis of Literary Texts Spanish for Healthcare Professionals

Providence, RI

Boston, MA Spring 2016

2010-2016 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Spring 2013 Summer 2012

Eugene, OR 2008-2010

University of Oregon Teaching Fellow First through Sixth trimesters of Spanish Nova Group of Japan Instructor

Osaka, Japan 2007-2008

Beatrice Public Schools Teacher of Spanish

Beatrice, NE 2005-2007

Educational Service Unit #13 Distance Learning Teacher of Spanish

Scottsbluff, NE 2004-2005

PUBLICATIONS Bernardino de Ávila. Relación del reino del Nipón. Ed. Noemí Martín Santo. Madrid: Clásicos Hispánicos. Under contract. “«Vive el Sol, / si Dios le debo llamar». La conversión de un príncipe en Los mártires del Japón de Lope de Vega.” Periphērica. Submitted and under review. “Japanese Christian Women through the Eyes of a Seventeenth Century Spanish Merchant.” Journal of Early Modern Christianity 4.2 (2017): 289-310. “Conflictos de autoridad narrativa en la Relación del reyno del Nippon de Bernardino de Ávila.” Informes del Observatorio / Observatorio Reports. Instituto Cervantes Symposium on Recent Scholarship I (2017): 79-91. “El espacio y la maravilla en el Libro de Alexandre.” eHumanista 32 (2016): 559-569. “Back Tomorrow: Federico García Lorca/Poet in New York.” Spanish translation of booklet for an exhibition at the New York Public Library, April 5th to July 20th, 2013. “Yo, boxing-ball” and “Esta empresa no va.” El español en la maleta: relatos de profesores de español por el mundo. Barcelona: Esquema Ediciones, 2010. CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION American Comparative Literature Association “«Algunos le imputaron de cruel, y no lo era, sino justiciero.» Visions of a Japanese ‘King’ in Early Modern Spanish Accounts”

Los Angeles 2018

Theater under the Ming and the Habsburgs

Hong Kong 2018

University of Chicago Center in Hong Kong “«Soy como tigre que está emboscado.» Characterization of the pirate Li Feng in Miguel de Luarca’s Verdadera relación de la grandeza del reino de China” Asociación Internacional Siglo de Oro Panel organizer: cartas, crónicas y relaciones del Asia Oriental Presented: “La distopía japonesa de Bernardino de Ávila”

Madrid 2017

Kentucky Foreign Language Conference Lexington 2017 “Alonso de Navarrete como personaje en Los mártires del Japón de Lope de Vega” Instituto Cervantes at Harvard University, Symposium on Recent Scholarship “Ni sangre, ni puesto, ni letras. Conflictos de autoridad narrativa”

Boston 2016

Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies at Boston College “On Christians and Gentiles: The Jesuit Pedro Morejón in Japan”

Boston 2016

Renaissance Society of America 2016 Boston 2016 “Japanese Martyrs in Bernardino de Ávila’s Account of the Kingdom of Nippon (1598-1616)” Boston 2016

American Comparative Literature Association “Reading the Margins: on research of European Accounts in 16th and 17th Centuries in Japan”

Lexington 2013

Kentucky Foreign Language Conference “Asia es para conquistadores: la dimensión espacial de las maravillas en El libro de Alexandre”

NeMLA 2013 Boston 2013 Panel organizer: “The Fissures of Orientalism: Japonisme in Latin American Modernismo” Presented: “Interpretación de la autenticidad oriental en los paseos de Enrique Gómez Carrillo por Yoshiwara” Boston College XX Annual Graduate Conference in Romance Languages and Literatures “Enrique Gómez Carrillo: Modernismo en el relato de viajes oriental” Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures “Vicente Blasco Ibáñez en la India: el intelectual frente a la masa oriental”

Boston 2012

Chapel Hill 2011

COMPETITIVE GRANTS AND AWARDS The Angela J. and James J. Rallis Memorial Award Boston University Center for the Humanities

Boston University May 2015

The Edwin S. and Ruth M. White Prize Boston University Center for the Humanities

Boston University May 2015

Mellon Summer Institutes in Vernacular Paleography Weekend Workshop in Spanish Paleography

Newberry Library March 2015

Graduate Research Abroad Fellowship Boston University Graduate Researcher Summer 2014 Research in the Archivo General de Indias (Seville), Biblioteca Nacional (Madrid), and Archivo Franciscano Ibero-Oriental (Madrid), Spain

Award for Teaching Excellence Department of Romance Studies at Boston University LS 212 (fourth-semester Spanish)

Boston University May 2013

Award for Teaching Excellence Department of Romance Studies at Boston University LS 211 (third-semester Spanish)

Boston University May 2012

RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE Boston University Study Abroad Madrid Program Graduate Assistant

Anales Galdosianos

Madrid, Spain Spring 2015

Asistente del Director

Boston, MA 2011-2014

Aula Cervantes Boston DELE exam assistant

Boston, MA Fall 2013

University of Oregon Volunteer in teaching writing skills to students preparing the GED in Spanish

Eugene, OR Fall 2009

INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE Representative for Romance Studies at Graduate Student Organization Boston University

2014-2015

Elected President, Association of Graduate Students of Spanish (AEGE) Boston University

2011-2012

LANGUAGES Spanish: Native speaker English: Near-native proficiency Italian: Reading proficiency Portuguese: Reading proficiency Catalan: Reading proficiency PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Renaissance Society of America Modern Language Association American Association of Comparative Literature Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry Asociación Internacional Siglo de Oro

REFERENCES Alison Caplan, Associate Professor, Department Chairperson Providence College, 1 Cunningham Square. Providence RI 02918 (401) 865-2893 [email protected] Christopher Maurer, Professor of Spanish Boston University, 718 Commonwealth Avenue. Boston MA 02215 (617) 353-6233 [email protected] James Iffland, Professor of Spanish Boston University, 718 Commonwealth Avenue. Boston MA 02215 (617) 353-6216 [email protected]