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Julia Domínguez is an Associate Professor of Spanish at Iowa State University. She received dual B.A.s in Hispanic Philology & Linguistics and English Philology & Linguistics from the Universidad de Extremadura (1998), a Masters degree in Hispanic Studies from Michigan State University (2000), and her Ph.D. in Hispanic Studies from the University of Arizona (2004). She has published on Cervantes, the picaresque and film in the Bulletin of Comediantes, Hispania, Cervantes and Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, among others. She is the editor of a collection of essays titled Cervantes in Perspective (Iberoamericana Vervuert, 2013) and the co-editor of Hispanic Studies in Honor of Robert L. Fiore (Juan de la Cuesta, 2009). She is currently working on a book manuscript on Cervantes and memory in Early Modern Spain.

Books

  • Storying Memories in Don QuixoteCervantes and Memory in Early Modern Spain. In progress. 
  • Cervantes in Perspective. Ed. Julia Domínguez. Madrid: Iberoamericana/Vervuert, 2013.
  • Hispanic Studies in Honor of Robert L. Fiore. Eds. Chad M. Gasta and Julia Domínguez. Newark: DE: Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs, 2009.

Articles and Book Chapters

  • “Leer con pluma en mano: escritura, lectura y memoria en Cervantes.” El Quijote en América. Cervantes, autor universal. Eds. María Isabel López, Rosa Eugenia Montes, Mª Ángeles Pérez y Mª José Rebollo. Madrid: Visor, 2016.
  • “La medicina política en Cervantes: el gobierno del cuerpo en Don Quijote.” El Segundo Quijote (1615): Nuevas interpretaciones cuatro siglos después. Ed. Conxita Domenech and Andrés Lema Hincapié. Madrid: Iberoamericana/Vervuert, 2016 (under contract)
  • “The ‘Janus Hypothesis’ in Don Quixote: Memory and Imagination in Cervantes.” Cognitive Approaches to Early Modern Spanish Literature. Ed. Isabel Jaén and Julien Simon. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2016.
  • “The Internal Senses in Don Quixote and the Anatomy of Memory.” Beyond Sight. Ed. Steven Wagschal and Ryan Giles Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2016.
  • “Cervantes and the Mother of the Muses: the Science of Memory in Early Modern Spain.”In Cervantes and the Early Modern Mind. Ed. Isabel Jaén and Julien Simon. (under review with press).
  • ‘¿Qué grandeza es mandar en un grano de mostaza, o qué dignidad o imperio el gobernar a media docena de hombres tamaños como avellanas?’: la visión celestial de Sancho y El Theatrum Orbis Terrarum de Abraham Ortelius.” Hispanófila 166 (2012): 19-37.
  • “Espacios legibles en La vida del Lazarillo de Tormes: valoración del mapa mental en la psicología cognitiva del pícaro.” Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 45 (2011): 259-81.
  • “Coluros, líneas, paralelos y zodíacos: Cervantes y el viaje por la cosmografía en El Quijote”. Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America 29.2 (2009): 139-57.
  • “Cuando la picaresca ‘determinó de pasarse a Indias:’ el caso de Mi tío Atahualpa.Studies in Golden Age Literature in Honor of Robert L. Fiore. Newark, Delaware: Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs, 2009. 149-62.
  • “Introduction” with Chad Gasta. In Studies in Golden Age Literature in Honor of Robert L. Fiore. Newark, Delaware: Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs, 2009. 11-24.
  • “El laberinto mental del exilio en Don Quijote: el testimonio del morisco Ricote”. Hispania 92.2 (2009): 183-92.
  • “Los escenarios de la memoria: psicodrama en El trato de Argel de Cervantes”. The Bulletin of Comediantes 61.1 (2009): 1-24.
  • “Luces, cámara, inacción en Lost in La Mancha: la realidad de una ficción que nunca existió”. Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America 27.2 (2007): 23-42.
  • “A Culture-Based Entrepreneurship Program: Impact on Student Interest in Business Ownership” with Chad Gasta, Leland L’Hote and Howard Van Auken. International Journal of Family Business 4 (2007): 17-30.
  • “La superposición de mapas cognitivos en la ‘Historia del Cautivo:’ el espacio discursivo en la convivencia de culturas.” 1605-2005: Don Quixote across the Centuries. Coord. John P. Gabriele. Madrid: Iberoamericana, 2005. 115-24.
  • Spanish 101: Beginning Spanish
  • Spanish 102: Beginning Spanish
  • Spanish 301: Grammar and Composition
  • Spanish 303: Spanish Conversation
  • Spanish 314: Introduction to Reading Hispanic Texts
  • Spanish 321: Spanish Civilization and Culture
  • Spanish 330: Studies in Spanish Literature to 1700
  • Spanish 332: Studies in Latin American Literature from pre-Columbian times through the Nineteenth Century
  • Spanish 352: Introduction to Spanish Phonology
  • Spanish 401: Advanced Grammar and Composition
  • Spanish 440/540: Visualizing the Rise and Fall of the Spanish Empire
  • Spanish 441/541: Don Quijote en América y América en Don Quijote
  • Spanish 463: Spanish Dialectology
  • ISU Subvention Publication Grant. (2011)
  • Fellowship for Scholarship and Creative Activity. Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities (CEAH). (2009).
  • LAS Computer Advisory Committee Grant (LASCAC). “Preparing Students to Compete on a Global Scale: A Virtual Classroom of Spanish Phonetics and Phonology”. (2005).
  • Study Abroad and Exchange Advisory Committee (SAEAC) Program Director Grant (with Julia Domínguez and Leland L’Hote) (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007)
  • Iowa State University International Service Award (2014)
  • Iowa State University Foundation Award for Early Achievement in Teaching (2010)
  • Cassling Family Award for Outstanding Early Achievement in Teaching (2010)
  • Liberal Arts & Sciences Outstanding Early Achievement in Teaching (2009)
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Contact

Office: 3118D Pearson Hall
Phone: (515) 294-8749
Email: domingue@iastate.edu