Santa Clara University

Francisco_Jimenez

Curriculum Vitae

 

Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
Santa Clara University
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95053

Telephone: (408) 554-5175
Email: fjimenez@scu.edu
Fax: 408-554-4887

EDUCATION


• 1966 B.A. Santa Clara University, Spanish/History
• 1969 M.A. Columbia University, Spanish Language and Literature
• 1972 Ph.D. Columbia University, Latin American Literature, (Specialization: Mexican Literature and Culture)
• 1989 Cert. Harvard University, Management Development Program for College and University Administrators


TEACHING AND RELATED EXPERIENCE


• 1998-present Fay Boyle Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA
• 1995-1996 (summers) Visiting Scholar, University of Cincinnati/National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute on Mexican Legends, Puebla, Mexico
• Summer 1987, Summer 1997 Visiting Professor, University of Mexico (UNAM)
• 1981-present Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA
• 1977-1981 Associate Professor of Modern Languages, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA
• 1973-1977 Assistant Professor of Modern Languages, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA
• 1972-1973 Assistant Professor of Spanish, Columbia University, New York, NY
• 1971-1972 Associate of Spanish, Columbia University, New York, NY
• 1969-1970 Preceptor, Columbia University, New York, NY

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE


• 2001-2005 Director, Ethnic Studies Program
• 1997-2000 Chair, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, Santa Clara University
• 1991-1992 Vice Chair, California Council for the Humanities (served 1987-1992)
• 1990-1994 Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Santa Clara University
• 1985 Director, Institute on Poverty and Conscience
• 1981-1990 Director of the Division of Arts and Humanities in the College of Arts and Sciences, Santa Clara University
• 1984-1991 Founder and Director, SCU Mexico Summer Study Program at the University of Mexico (UNAM)
• 1981 Co director, Mexican American Institute
• 1977-1979 Chair, California Commission for Teacher Credentialing (served 1976-1986)


ACADEMIC HONORS

Fellowships


• 1969-1970 National Defense Foreign Language Fellowship, Columbia University
• Summer 1969 Ford Foundation Summer Study Grant
• 1968-1969 National Defense Foreign Language Fellowship, Columbia University
• 1967-1968 National Defense Foreign Language Fellowship, Columbia University
• 1966-1967 Woodrow Wilson Fellowship

AWARDS AND GRANTS

Creative Works

Breaking Through
• Senderos fronterizos (Spanish edition of Breaking Through) selected by National Endowment for the Humanities and American Library Association for “We the People Bookshelf” Program for 2008
• Booklist Editors’ Choice
• American Library Association Best Book for Young Adults
• The Américas Award for Children and Young Adult Literature
• Pura Belpré Honor Book Award from the American Library Association
• The Tomás Rivera Book Award
• New York Public Library 2002 Book for the Teen-age.
• Smithsonian Notable Book
• American Booksellers Association Pick of the Lists
• Choice List of Books for 2002 from Children’s Literature
• The William Allen White Children’s and Young Adult Book Award 2003-2004 Master List
• “The Reading the World Award” annual award presented by The Center for Multicultural Literature for Children and Young Adults, University of San Francisco. “For outstanding contributions in making quality literature accessible to children and young adults and for enriching the lives of children through multicultural literature.”
• Junior Library Guild Book Club
• “Silicon Valley Reads: One Book, One Community” County-wide Reading Program (2003)
• Nominated for The Golden Sower Award for 2003-2004 (Nebraska Library Association)
• Nominated for the William Allen White Book Award for 2003-2004 (Kansas Library Association)
• Nominated (one of three) for the California Young Reader Medal for 2004-2005 (California Association of Teachers of English)
• South Carolina Young Adult Book Award Nominee, 2004-2005
• "One Book, One Community" Reads Program, Sierra Vista, Arizona, 2008.
• Jefferson County (Oregon): One Book County-wide Reading Program (Spring 2005)
• Selected for the 2005 California Collections

The Circuit
• The Boston Globe-Horn Book Award for Fiction
• The California Library Association’s 10th annual John and Patricia Beatty Award
• The Américas Award for Children and Young Adult Literature
• Booklist Editors’ Choice
• Jane Addams Honor Book Award
• New York Public Library 1999 Book for the Teen-Age
• American Library Association Best Book for Young Adults
• Smithsonian Notable Book for Children
• Popular Paperback for Young Adults by the American Library Association
• Junior Library Guild Book Club
• FOCAL Award from Los Angeles Public Library System
• Woodland, California, “one city, one book” city-wide reading Program (spring 2002)
• “NAPA County Reads” County-wide Reading Program (Fall 2003)
• Selected by the First Lady, Jessica Doyle, of Wisconcin for "Wisconcin Reads Program" Nov. 2004
•"The Circuit" (short story) The 22nd Arizona Quarterly Annual Award for Best Short Story
• Selected Book of the Month by CTV30 Bookclub Television Show (Bay Area, September 2005)
• Published in Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Korean and in Italian.
• "One the Same Page", Watsonville Community-wide Reads Program 2008

The Christmas Gift
• Cooperative Children’s Book Center (CCBC) Choice for 2001
• Américas Commended List
• 2000 Cuffie Award from Publisher’s Weekly for “Best treatment of a Social Issue”
• Notable Children's Book by American Library Association
• Scholastic Book Club

La Mariposa
Parents’ Choice Recommended Award
• Smithsonian Notable Book for Children
• Américas Commended List

• Selected for the 2005 California Collections

Teaching Awards


• 2002 Selected Outstanding U.S. Professor of the Year by CASE and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
• 1998 Día del Maestro: Teacher of the Year Award (University Category), Santa Clara County
• 1997 College of Arts and Sciences Dave Logathetti Award for Excellence in Teaching
• 1983 Teaching Grant, Santa Clara University
• 1983 Woodrow Wilson Faculty Development Grant (honorary), awarded by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation

Academic Awards


•2007 Selected, 100 Most Influential Latinos in the Silicon Valley, San Jose Magazine, July 2007.
•2006 Honorary Degree awarded to the Alumni Association by the President and Board of Trustees of Santa Clara University to celebrate 125 years of the Santa Clara Family. Honor conferred at undergraduate commencement on June 17, 2006—selected as one of 12 distinguished alumni in various fields to represent the category of Literature.
•2005-Present Public Intellectual Award for 2004-2005, College of Arts & Sciences, Santa Clara University.
•2005-2006 Dennard Visiting Scholar, St. Mark's School of Texas, Dallas, Texas
•2005 Scholar-in-Residence, Hartnell College, Salinas, California
•2004 Commencement Speaker, University of Connecticut School of Medicine
•2004 Elected an Honorary Associate of the Hispanic Society of America by the Board of Trustees of the Society
•2003-present The Asociación Cultural Latino Americana of Central California established an annual “Francisco Jiménez scholarship for Hispanic youth attending college.
•2003 Writer-in-Residence, Asilomar 54 (Conference, Curriculum Study Commission Central California Council of Teachers of English
•1998–1999 SCU Faculty Senate Professor in recognition of outstanding professional achievements and contributions to Santa Clara University
•1998–present Fay Boyle Endowed University Academic Chair
•1996-1997 James Barnes Farmer Distinguished Guest Professor for 1996-1997, Miami University, Ohio.
•1986–1998 Phil and Bobbie Sanfilippo Endowed University Academic Chair
•1978 "President's Special Recognition Award for Faculty." (The award recognizes superior teaching, publication, and special service to the Santa Clara University community.)


Grants


•2005-2007 Presidential Research Grant, "Memories and Remembrances: Mexican American Community Builders in San Jose, California, 1970-2000." $9,980.
•2004-2005 Presidential Research Grant, "Memories and Remembrances: Mexican American Community Builders in San Jose, California, 1070-2000." $3,500.
• 1989–1992 Principal Director, "Japanese Language Staff Expansion" Grant for $100,000: The Japan Foundation
• 1990–1994 Principal Director, "Excellence Through Diversity," Grant for $1,000,000: James Irvine Foundation
• 1985 Presidential Research Grant, Santa Clara University


Service Awards


•2007 Resolution of Commendation from the California State Senate “for contributions to education”
•2006 Napa County Hispanic Network Award for “contributions to education & inspiration to youth”
•2005 Portrait of Success Award, Santa Clara Valley Water District
•2004 "Profiles of Exellence Award", ABC, Channel 7, "for contributions to the Bay Area"
•2002 Mexican American Community Service Agency Award (MACSA) for “contributions to education”
•2001 Award of Appreciation from Santa Clara University Center for Multicultural Learning in recognition for contribution in Promoting Multicultural Education and Diversity Awareness at SCU.
•2001 Received the Distinguished Human Rights Leadership Award from the Harvard Club of San Francisco, June 21, 2001.
•2001 Selected by Telemundo KSTS-48 and Estereo Sol 98.9 FM as a “local Hispanic Hero In the San Francisco Bay Area for having made outstanding contributions to the improvement of Hispanic lives in the Bay Area.”
•2000 Featured in Channel 48, Telemundo’s “Triunfador Latino” Series (aired several times)
•1999 Key to the City of Long Beach given by the mayor of Long Beach for contributions to the education
•1999 Received the Plate of Bounty Ward from the U.S. State Department of Education “for service to the education of migrant children”
•1998 California State Assembly Certificate of Recognition for outstanding achievement of meritorious nature benefiting students of Santa Clara County
•1998 Professor Cedric Busette Memorial Award for outstanding contributions to Ethnic Studies
•1978, 1980 Outstanding Young Man of America Award

Recognitions


•Selected as one of the 100 most influential Latinos in the Silicon Valley, San Jose Magazine, July 2007
•Featured in: Kids Make History: A New Look at America’s Story. Susan Buckley & Elspeth Leacock. Houghton Mifflin, 2006.
•Invited (declined) judge for the National Book Awards, 2005.
•Commencement address, Santa Maria High School, Santa Maria, CA. June 15, 2005.
•Featured author, California Council for the Humanities' "Authors in Conversation" campaign series.
•Selected by Jessica Doyle, First Lady of Wisconcin, for her Reading Day at the Governor's Residence, Nov. 19, 2004.
•Writer-in-Residence, Asilomar 54, Curriculum Study Commission, CCCTE, 2004.
•Member, Local Committee of Honor for the exhibit, "Our Journeys/Our Stories: Portraits of Latino Achievement" sponsored by Smithsonian Center for Latino Initiatives and the Mexican Heritage Plaza, 2004.
•Commencement speaker, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, May 16, 2004.
•Commencement speaker, Tunnel Junior High School, Santa Maria, California, June 25, 2004.
• Honored by the Asociación Cultural Latinoamericana by naming a scholarship after me, July 26, 2003.
• Commendation by the Governor of the State of Jalisco, Mexico, “for promoting Mexican culture in the U.S.” Ceremony took place in Long Beach, California, June 21, 2003.
• Featured in Telemundo, “Al Rojo Vivo” (2003).
• Featured in Univisión, “Aquí y Ahora” (2003).
• Featured in Selecciones (Readers’ Digest), section “Triunfadores” (May 2003).
• Commendations from U.S. Senators Diane Feinstein and Barbara Boxer and from the United States Congress for being selected United States Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement the Advancement Teaching (2002).
• Resolution of Commendation from U.S. Congress for being selected U.S. Professor of the Year (2002).
• Resolution of Commendation from Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors for my work in higher education.
• Member, Board of Trustees, Archbishop Mitty High School (1995-1999).
• Selected as a James Barnes Farmer Distinguished Guest Professor for 1996-1997, Miami University, Ohio.
• Resolution of commendation from the California State Commission on Teacher Credentialing for "outstanding contributions and leadership" (1986).
• Resolution of commendation from the California State Legislature for "outstanding display of leadership as member of The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing" (1986).
• Citation of recognition from the Community Development Council of Orange County for "valuable contributions and Outstanding efforts on behalf of the disadvantaged residents of Orange County" (1986).
• Honored by the Association of Mexican American Educators for "dedicated and continuous service in education" at the 21st annual conference in Anaheim (1986).
• Honored by the California Teachers Association and Santa Clara County legislators in 1979 for "distinguished leadership in education."
• Elected to the Board of Directors of the Far West Laboratory for Educational Research and Development (1988 – 1991); elected chair of the Board (1991).
• Elected to the Board of Directors of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) (1992 - 1995).
• Appointed to Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities (WASC) (1989 - 1995),
• Reappointed second term (1992 - 1995).
• Appointed to the California State Humanities Council (CCH) by Governor Deukmejian for 1987 - 1992 (the only Democrat appointed by Deukmejian to CCH); Elected CCH Vice Chair (1991 - 1992).
• Appointed Commissioner to the California State Commission for Teacher Preparation and Licensing (CTPL) by Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. for two terms (1976 - 1986). Elected (CTPL) Vice Chairman for 1976 - 1977 and Chairman for 1977 - 1978; Re elected Chairman for 1978 - 1979.

Listed in


Who's Who in American Education
Who's Who in the West
Contemporary Authors New Revision Series, Vol. 90
Contemporary Authors, Vol. 131
Chicano Scholars and Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Directory
Directory of American Poets and Fiction Writers
Directory of American Scholars
Directory of International Biography
Hispanic Who's Who in America
The International Authors and Writers Who's Who
International Who's Who in Education
National Directory of Chicano Faculty and Research
Outstanding Young Men of America
Stanford Berkeley Guide to Northern California Latin Americanists
Mexican American Biographies
Notable Latino Americans: A Biographical Dictionary
Authors and Artists for Young Adults, Vol. 32
Something About the Author (Vol. 108)
Hispanic Writers, Vol. 1
Biography Today (Authors), Vol. 13
Ninth Book of Junior Authors and Illustrators (2004)

SCHOLARLY AND ARTISTIC WORK: PUBLICATIONS

Books

Ethnic Community Builders: Mexican Americans in Search of Justice and Power (The Struggle for Citizenship Rights in San Jose, California. AltaMira Pres (co-authored with Alma Garcia & Richard Garcia), 2007

Casse di cartone: Racconti dalla vita di un piccolo contadino emigrante.  Italian Translation of The Circuit, published by Achille, 2007. Translation by Victor B. Vari and Nello Proia

Under that Sky, Japanese translation of Breaking Through  published by Tokyo: Komine Shoten Ldt, 2005.

Cajas de Cartón. Comunicación y Lenguaje III. Guatemala: Editorial Kamar, S.A., 2005.


The other side of the Road. Japanese Translation of The Circuit, pubished by Tokyo: Komine Shoten Ldt, 2004.


Senderos fronterizos. NetLibrary. Ebook, 2003.


Breaking Through. NetLibrary. Ebook, 2003.


Senderos fronterizos, School Division, Houghton Mifflin, Co., 2003.

Senderos fronterizos, Trade Division, Houghton Mifflin, Co., 2002.

Cajas de Cartón: relatos de la vida peregina de un niño campesino. Boston: School Division, Houghton Mifflin Co., 2003.


Cajas de Cartón: relatos de la vida peregina de un niño campesino. Boston: Trade Division, Houghton Mifflin Co., 2002.


Breaking Through, Houghton Mifflin Co., 2001.


The Circuit (electronic version), Ebooks, Netlibrary, 2001.


The Christmas Gift/El regalo de Navidad (An illustrated bilingual children’s book), Houghton Mifflin Co., 2000.


The Circuit, Scholastic Trumpet Book Club Paperback Edition, Scholastic Press, 2000.


Cajas de Cartón: relatos de la vida peregina de un niño campesino. Boston: College Division, Houghton Mifflin Co., 2000.


Little Immigrant's Sky. Chinese Translation of The Circuit: Stories from the life of a migrant child, The Eastern Publishing Company Co., Ltd. 1999.


The Circuit: Stories from the life of a migrant child (hardcover edition). Boston Houghton Mifflin Co., 1999.


La Mariposa (An illustrated children's book – English version), Houghton Mifflin Co, 1998.


La Mariposa (An illustrated children’s book – Spanish version), Houghton Mifflin Co, 1998.


The Circuit: Stories From the Life of a Migrant Child (soft cover), The University of New Mexico Press, 1997.


Editor, Poverty and Social Justice: Critical Perspectives, Arizona State University: Bilingual Press, 1987.


Co-author with Gary D. Keller and Rose Marie Beebe, ¡Viva la lengua, Second edition, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1987.


Co-ed. with Gary D. Keller, Hispanics in the United States: An Anthology of Creative Literature, Vol. II. Eastern Michigan University: The Bilingual Press, 1982.


Mosaico de la vida: prosa chicana, cubana y puertorriqueña. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1981.


Co-ed. with Gary D. Keller, Hispanics in the United States: An Anthology of Creative Literature, Vol I. Eastern Michigan University: The Bilingual Press, 1980.


Editor, The Identification and Analysis of Chicano Literature. New York: The Bilingual Press, 1979.


Co-author with Gary Keller and Nancy Sebastiani of Instructor's Manual for Spanish Here and Now. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1978.


Co-author with Gary Keller and Nancy Sebastiani of Spanish Here and Now. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1978.


Co-author of ¡Viva la lengua! with Gary D. Keller. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1975.


Los episodios nacionales de Victoriano Salado Alvarez. Prologue, Andrés Iduarte. Mexico: Editorial Diana, 1974.


Books Accepted for Publication


Korean translation of The Circuit: Stories from the Life of a Migrant Child to be published by Darun Publishing, Seoul, Korea.


Japanese translation of Breaking Through to be published by Tokyo: Komine Shoten Ldt, 2005.

Plays


The Circuit, a one-act play adaptation from The Circuit by The Pacific Conservatory for the Performing Arts—36 performances at various schools throughout Central Coast in California (PCPA-Hancock College, 2000 and again in 2004).


The Circuit, a one-act play adaptation from The Circuit by Santa Ines High School Drama Department in conjunction with The Pacific Conservatory for the Performing Arts, Winter, 2004. Also produced at Hancock Community College, Santa Maria, March 13, 2004. One of 15 plays selected out of 1200 in the United States to be performed at the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival in Scotland in August 2005.


Recordings


Breaking Through. Recorded Books, 2003.


The Circuit. Audio Bookshelf, 2001 (cassette and CD formats)


Cajas de cartón. Audio Bookshelf, 2001(Cassette and CD formats)


“Inside Out” Recorded for Hispanic Literature Archive, Library of Congress, 1998.

“Making Connections” Recorded for Hispanic Literature Archive, Library of Congress, 2002

Interviews


"Challenges Give Meaning to Our Lives: Francisco Jiménez and Social Justice" by Susan Carlile in ALAN Review, Vol. 32, Number One (Fall 2004), pp. 41-49.


Scholastic "Francisco Jiménez" in Scholastic Website.


"Meet the Author Francisco Jiménez", Library Sparks, Vol. 2, No. 4, (December 2004), pp. 6-11.


“Secrets Shared: A Conversation with Francisco Jiménez” by Rosalinda Barrera in The New Advocate, Vol. 16, No. 1, (Winter 2003) pp. 1-8 and 70-71.


"Conversando con Francisco Jiménez" by Teresa Méndez-Faith. Nuevos contextos: 12 cuentistas contemporaneos de Hispanoamérica. Heinle & Heinle, 2002, pp.51-55.


“Francisco Jiménez” by Chris Liska Carger in Book Links, December 2001/January 2002, pp. 14-19. <click here to read the interview>


“Your Story is the Story of Our Family” (Special Feature) in Writing, February/March 2001, pp. 3-5.


“The Apprenticeship of Francisco Jiménez” by Barbara Bailey Kelley in West, April 5, 1998.


Articles


"Latino Children's Literature: Stories withour Borders". The Sampler. Children's Literature Council of Southern California, Summer 2004, pp. 1-2.


"The Transformative Power of Teachers and Literature". Talking Points, Vol. 15, No 2 (April/May), pp. 12-14.


“The Boston Globe-Horn Book Award Acceptance Speech.” The Horn Book Magazine (January/February 1999), pp. 49-52.


“Children’s Literature: Bridges of Cultural Understanding.” Inside Borders. September 1998, p. 17.


"Spotlight on Autobiographical Reflections." Staff Development Guide for Middle School Teachers, Edited by James Flood, New York: Macmillan/McGraw Hill, 1997, p. 231.


"El Volador: The Tree of Life." Dragonfly April 1996, p. 14.


"Forword," Voices From the Fields by Beth Atkin. New York: Little, Brown & Co., 1993, p. 5.


"The American Culture Curriculum Must Be Redefined," El Observador. Vol. 8, 45 (August 16), 1989, p. 8.


"American Culture is Ethnic," San Jose Mercury News. 16 February, 1989, p. 7B.


Translator. "Versos Sencillos of Jose Marti, XLIV." The Owl, Spring 1982, p. 31.


"Alurista," "Chicano Literature," "Jose A. Villarreal," "Octavio Paz," "Rolando Hinojosa-Smith," "Rudolfo Anaya," "El Teatro Campesino," "Tomós Rivera." In Dictionary of Mexican American History by Matt S. Meier and Feliciano Rivera. Westport, Conn.: The Greenwood Press, 1981.


"Una obra de esencia mexicana" in "Martín Luis Guzmán" (Suplemento Especial de Aniversario) Tiempo, LXXIV, numero 1911 (18 de diciembre de 1978) p. 26.


"Muertes históricas de Martín Luis Guzmán: 'El águila y la serpiente'" in Homenaje a Andrés Iduarte. The American Hispanist, 1976, pp. 179-185.


"An Interview with Jose Antonio Villarreal." The Bilingual Review, III, 3
(January-April, 1976), pp. 66-72.


"José Rubén Romero" included in the Encyclopedia of World Literature in the 20th Century. Ed. Frederick Ungar and Lina Mainero. New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., Inc., 1975. IV, pp. 316-319.


"Juan Rulfo" included in the Encyclopedia of World Literature in the 20th Century. Ed. Frederick Ungar and Lina Mainero. New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., Inc., 1975. IV, p. 324.


"Dramatic Principles of the Teatro Campesino." The Bilingual Review, II, 1 and 2 (January-August, 1975), pp. 99-111.


"Santa Clara University: Centuries of Hispanic Tradition." La Luz, (June, 1974), pp. 32-33.


"Chicano Literature: Sources and Themes." The Bilingual Review, I, 1 (January-April, 1974), pp. 4-15.


"Martí y las razas." Cuadernos Americanos, (mayo-junio, 1973), 155-164.
"Los Mexico Americanos" in A-LM Spanish. 2nd ed., New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973, pp. 334-344.


Book Reviews

"Memorias: A West Texas Life" by Salvador Guerrero. Revista de Estudios Hispánicos XXX, 2 (May 1996), pp. 333-335.

"El Parque Gorki" by Martin Cruz Smith. Lector 2 (November/December 1983): pp. 34-35.

"La cabaña" by Juan García Ponce. Lector 3: 2 (1984): p. 98.

"La cuentística de Juan Bosch: Un análisis crítico-cultural" by Margarita Fernández Olmos. Hispania 66 (December 1983): pp. 649-650.

"Return: Poems Collected and New) by Alurista". Lector 2 (July/August 1983): p. 41.

"Háblenme de Funes" by Humberto Constantini. Lector 2 (March/April 1983): pp. 33-34.

"A Bibliography of Criticism of Contemporary Chicano Literature" by Ernestina N. Eger. Lector I (March 1983): p. 19.

"Mexico en las obras de Emilio Rabasa" by E. Glass, The American Hispanist, Vol. I, 5 (January, 1976), p. 15.

"Chicanos and Rural Poverty" by Vernon M. Briggs, Jr. in The Review of Black Political Economy, 3, 3 (Spring, 1973), pp. 121-123.

Short Stories

“Cajas de cartón.” Reprint in Read Aloud Anthology. Peasrson Scott Foresman, forthcoming, 2008.

“Bajo la alambrada.” Arriba: Comunicación y cultura, 5rd ed., by Zayas-Bazan & Bacon, Printice Hall, Inc. 2008, pp. 534-537.

“Cajas de carton.” Reprint in Somos Latinos in the U.S.” by Aase Kledal and Berenice Lara Laursen, Norhaven Book, Viborg, Denmark, 2007, pp. 26-33.

“Cajas de carton.” Reprint in Rumbos, by Jill Pellettieri, et al. Thomson Heinle, forthcoming, April 2008.

“The Circuit.” Reprint in The Reader’s Journey. Pearson Education, Inc., forthcoming, June, 2007

“The Circuit.” Reprint in Language Arts and Literature. Pearson Education, Inc., 2008, pp. 129-140.

“The Circuit.” Reprint in Previews: Einfuhrungskurs in die gymnasiale Oberstufe by Peter Freese. Munchen, Germany: Langenscheidt ElT GmbH, pp. 90-94.

“The Circuit.” Reprint in Race, Class, and Gender in the United States, 7th Edition, edited by Paula S. Rothenberg. New York: Worth Publishers, 2007, pp. 427-431

“A Break Through.” Reprint in Napa Register. October 2, 2006, pp. C1-C2

“The Circuit.” Reprint in Napa Register. September 18, 2006, pp. C1-C2

“Under the Wire.” Reprint in Napa Register. September 10, 2006, pp. C1-C7.

“The Circuit.” Excerpt Reprint in Anthology: Passport Readings Journeys, Beginnings, edited by Sharon Vaughn.

            Voyager Expanded Learning, 2007

“My First Days in First Grade.” Fluency First K-3 Edited by Timothy Rassinski & Nancy Padak. Wright Group/McGraw-Hill, 2006

“The Circuit.” Reprint in Race, Class and Gender, Seventh Edition, edited by Paula Rothenberg, Worth Publishing, forthcoming, 2006

“Cajas de carton.” Reprint in Somos Latinos in the US. Denmark, Systime Publilshing, forthcoming 2007

“The Circuit.” Reprint in An Introduction to Literature . Perfection Learning Publishers, forthcoming 2006

“Learning the Game.” Reprint in Glencoe’s Backpack Reader. McGraw-Hill/Glencoe, forthcoming 2006

“Making Connections.” Reprint in Treasures: A Reading/Language Arts Program.

           New York: Macmillan/McGraw-Hill, 2007, pp. 484-496.

“Cajas de carton.” Reprint in Album: Cuentos del mundo hispánico, 3rd edition, edited by Joy Renjilian-Burgy.

           Houghton Mifflin Co., 2005, pp. 106-115.

“The Circuit.” Reprint in Ramp-Up. Washington, D.C.: America’s Choice, Inc. 2006, forthcoming

“Le circuit.” French translation of “The Circuit” by Patrick Grenier in:  The Eye of the Other/L’oeil de l’autre. The

Translators’ French Quarter, Edited by Claudia Hoffer Gosselin, California State University, Long Beach. Vol. VII, (Spring 2001). 206-215.

"Cajas de cartón". Reprinted in Nuevos Horizontes, edited by Gilman/Daggett/levey-Konesky. John Wiley and Sons, 2005.

"Cajas de cartón." Reprinted in Hispanidades: Latinoamerica, edited by David Curland et. al., McGraw Hill, 2005.

"Cajas de cartón". Excerpt in Holt Advanced Placement Program 2005 Test Edition (grade 9-12) Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 2005.

"The Circuit". Reprinted in Scott Foresman Teacher's Edition. The Permissions Group A Division of CPG Ltd., 2005.

"The Circuit". Reprinted in InterActive Reader Audio Program. McDougal Littell, 2005 forthcoming.

"Conexiones". Reprinted in En Espanol: Lecturas para hispanohablantes, Level 2. McDougal Littell, 2004, pp. 108-117.

"Moving Still". Reprinted in California Uncovered: Stories for the 21st Century. Edited by Chitdra Banerjee Divakauruni, Heyday Books, 2005, pp. 330-343.

"The Circuit". Reprinted in Pacemaker American Literature. New Jersey: Pearson Education, 2005 forthcoming.

"The Circuit". Reprinted in FCAT Language Arts Practice Test (Steck-Vaughn Achieve Florida, Reading 7). Harcourt Achieve: Florida Department of Education, 2005, pp. 16-20.

"Inside Out". Reprinted in Scott Foresman Reading-Grade 5. Scott Foresman/Pearson Education, 2005 forthcoming.

"The Circuit". Reprinted in Achieve Florida State, English Language Arts. Harcourt. Sept. 2005.

"Bajo la alambrada". Arriba: Comunicación y cultura, 4th ed., by Zayas-Bazan & Bacon, Prentice Hall Inc., 2004, pp. 530-534.

"El juego de la patada". Reprinted in En Espanol: Lecturas del mundo en espanol. McDougal Littell, Sept. 2004.

"The Circuit". Reprinted in Soaring Score, FCAT READING Level G. Harcourt, October 2004.

"The Circuit". Reprinted in ACCESS English. Great Source Education Group (division of Houghton Mifflin), Nieman Inc., August 2004.

"The Circuit". Reprinted in Working Class Literature in the United States, edited by Nicholas Coles and Janet Zandy. Oxford University Press, 2004.

"The Christmas Gift". Reprinted in Conclusions, edited by Joyce Armstrong Carroll. Absey and Company.

"Under the Wire". Reprinted in Pre-GEPA Success in Language Arts Literacy. Instructivision Inc., 2003, pp. 188-191.

“The Circuit”. Reprint in Mexican American Short Stories, edited by Marga Munkelt. Germany: Reclam Educational Publisher, 2004, pp. 66-76.

“Los Santitos”. Reprint in Chicken Soup for the Latino Soul, edited by R. Sanchez. Health Communications, Inc. Dearfield Beach, Florida, forthcoming 2005.

“Cajas de cartón”. Excerpt. PACE Method. Rita B. Adair-Hauck. Pennsylvania State Modern Language Association Forum, forthcoming.

“Cajas de cartón”. Excerpt. National Evaluation Systems, Inc. Amherst, MA. (testing material)

“The Circuit”. In Tapestry Listening and Speaking 2 (Chinese Edition), edited by Michael Ryall. Heinle/Thomson Publishers Inc. forthcoming

“Moving Still”. (excerpt) in United States History: A Curriculum for Eleventh Grade. Edited by Eileen Luhr, Island Publishing Co., forthcoming, 2004

“Learning the Game”. (excerpt) in United States History: A Curriculum for Eleventh Grade. Edited by Eileen Luhr, Island Publishing Co., forthcoming, 2004

“Christmas Gift”. (excerpt) in United States History: A Curriculum for Eleventh Grade. Edited by Eileen Luhr, Island Publishing Co., forthcoming, 2004

“The Cotton Sack”. (excerpt) in United States History: A Curriculum for Eleventh Grade. Edited by Eileen Luhr, Island Publishing Co., forthcoming, 2004

“Miracle in Tent City”. (excerpt) in United States History: A Curriculum for Eleventh Grade. Edited by Eileen Luhr, Island Publishing Co., forthcoming, 2004

“The Circuit”. CD Production in Prentice Hall Reader’s Companion, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2003.

“Inside Out”. Reprinted in Reading, Self and Society: An Academic Literacy Reader, edited by Audrey Fielding. Jossey-Bass Inc., forthcoming, 2003.

“The Circuit”. Reprinted in Elements in Literature. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, forthcoming, 2005.

“The Circuit”. Reprinted in Considering Cultural Differences, edited by Pauline Uchmanowicz. New York: State University of New York, 2004, pp. 20-28

“The Circuit”. Reprinted in Tapestry Reading 2, edited by Rebecca Oxford. Boston: Heinle & Heinle, forthcoming, 2004.

“The Circuit”. Reprinted in Pacemaker American Literature. New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, forthcoming, 2004.

“Learning the Game”. Reprinted in Revised Junior Great Books Series 6. Chicago: The Great Books Foundation, forthcoming, 2005.

“El Angel de Oro”. Reprinted in Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP-Grade 6 Test), 2004.

“Under the Wire”. Reprinted in Language Arts: Pre-GEPA Success, edited by Cosmo Lorusso, New Jersey: Intructivision, Inc. 2003, pp. 188-191.

“The Circuit”. Reprinted in Race, Class, and Gender in the United States, 6th edition, by Paula
Rothenberg, W.H. Freeman and Company/Worth Publishers, forthcoming, 2003

“Cajas de cartón”. Reprinted in Entre mundos, 2nd edition, by Brandon Zaslow, Prentice Hall, 2004, pp. 93-98.

“Cajas de cartón”. Nuevas Vistas. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 2003, pp. 252-259.

“Learning the Game”. HRW Library. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, forthcoming, 2000?

“The Circuit”. Holt Reader. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, forthcoming, 2003

“The Circuit”. Literature Express Book Plus 2 . Edited by Linda Lee. Heinle & Heinle,
forthcoming?

“The Circuit”. Literature, Class, and Culture. Edited by Paul Lauter and Ann Fitzgerald.
Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. 1999?

“The Circuit”. Reader’s Choice, Fourth Edition, Edited by Sandra Elberstein, The University of Michigan Press, 2002, pp. 334-338.

“The Circuit”. Writing Lives: Reading Communities, Third Edition. Ohio State University, 2001.

“The Circuit”. Voices of the Latino Culture, 2nd edition, edited by Daniel Whitaker, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 2001, pp. 183-187

“The Circuit.” Visions: Language, Literature, Content. Edited by Lydia Stack and Mary Lou McCloskey, Heinle & Heinle, forcoming, 2003.

“Inside Out”. Reading, Self and Society: An Academic Literacy Reader. Edited by Audrey Fielding and Ruth Schoenback, Jossey-Bass Inc., Publishers, forthcoming, 2003

“The Circuit.”. Holt Online Library. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, forthcoming 2003.

“The Circuit”. and “Genesis of The Circuit.” Reprinted in Quality Teaching for English Learners. WestEd, forthcoming, 2003

“The Circuit”. Reprinted in Under the Fifth Sun: Latino Literature from California. Edited by Rick Heide. Santa Clara University/Heyday, 2002, pp. 179-184.

“The Circuit”. CD-Rom. New York: Macmillan/McGraw-Hill, forthcoming, 2003

“The Circuit”. In The Language of Literature, Grade 6 e-Edition Plus Online. McDougal Littell, forthcoming, 2003

“The Circuit”. Reprint in Soaring Scores FCAT Reading, Level G. Steck-Vaughn Berrent (A Harcourt Company), forthcoming, 2002

“Forced Out”. Reprint in Weekly Reader, Vol. 52, No. 15, pp. 24-30 (March 21, 2003).

“The Circuit”. Reprinted in English, YES! Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, forthcoming, 2002

“The Circuit”. Reprint in Prentice Hall Literature 7e iText, Printice Hall, forthcoming, 2002“The Circuit”. Reprint in InterActive Reader Plus, McDougal Littell, forthcoming

“The Circuit”. Reprint in InterActive Reader Plus for English Learners, McDougal Littell, forthcoming

“The Circuit”. Reprint in InterActive Reader Plus with Additional Support, McDougal Littell, forthcoming

“The Circuit”. Reprint in InterActive Reader, McDougal Littell, forthcoming

“Forced Out”. Reprint in WeeklyReader, WeeklyReader Corporation, forthcoming, fall 2002

“The Circuit”. Reprint in Notting Hill Gate Textbook 4A, edited by Marga Munkelt, Germany: Diesterweg Educational Publisher, 2002, pp. 53.

“Cajas de cartón”. Reprint in Avenidas, edited by Patti Marinelli, Heinle & Heinle, forthcoming, 2002

“Cajas de cartón”. Reprint in Prentice Hall Literatura, Printice Hall, forthcoming, 2002

“The Circuit”. Excerpt in Language Network, McDougal Littell, forthcoming, August 2002 (pd)

“Cajas de cartón” (excerpt). Pasajes: Literatura, 5th edition. Edited by Mary Lee Bretz, McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2002, pp. 166-170.

“The Circuit”. Choices. Edited by Breton Goodman. Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, forthcoming 2002

“Cajas de cartón”. Abriendo Paso: Lecturas. Díaz/Collins. Boston: Heinle &Heinle Publishers, forthcoming 2001.

“The Circuit.” Multicultural America. McDougal Littell. Glenview Illinois, forthcoming 2002

“The Circuit” (Text and CD Recording) Prentice Hall Literature. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, forthcoming 2001

“The Circuit”. English Plus Book 2. Edited by Janet Hiller et al. New York: AMSCO School Publications, forthcoming

“The Circuit”. The Inquiring Reader, edited by Richmond R. Garrigus, Allyn and Bacon, forthcoming, 2001

“The Circuit”. The American Nation, 8th edition. Prentice Hall, forthcoming, 2001

“The Circuit”. Reader’s Companion, Prentice Hall, forthcoming, 2001

“Learning the Game”. Glencoe Literature Library, edited by Gary Soto, Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, pp. 75-80

“Cajas de carton”. Vistas y voces latinas, 3rd. edited by Constance Montross,
Prentice Hall, 2001, pp. 21-28

“De dentro hacia afuera”. Nuevos Contextos, edited by Teresa Mendez-Faith. Heinle & Heinle, pp. 37-51.
“The Circuit” (reprint) Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Literature forthcoming, 2002

“To Have and to Hold”. Gencoe Literature Library, edited by Patricia Beatty, Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, forthcoming, 2001

“The Circuit”. (reprint) Prentice Hall Literature, forthcoming, 2001

“A Break Through”. The Santa Clara Review, Vol. 88, No. 2 (Spring/Summer 2001), pp. 48-52

“The Circuit”. High Point. Edited by Alfredo Schifini, et.al. Hampton-Brown, 2001, pp. 331-339

“Bajo la alambrada”. Arriba: Comunicación y cultura, 3rd ed., by Zayas-Bazan & Bacon, Printice Hall, Inc. 2001, pp. 515-518.

“The Circuit”. Reprint in Voices of the Latino Culture, edited by Daniel Whitaker, Kendall/Hunt Publishing, Dubuque, IA, forthcoming, 2001

“The Circuit”. Reprinted in Writing Lives: Reading Communities, Ohio State Univesity, Pearson Custom Publishing, forthcoming, 2001

“The Circuit”. Reprint in Readers Choice, edited by Sondra Silberstien, University of Michigan Press, forthcoming, 2001

“The Circuit”. The Language of Literature. Boston, McDougal Littell, 2001, pp. 264-269.

“The Circuit”. Reprint in Holt Reader, Holt, Rinehardt & Winston, forthcoming 2000

“The Circuit”. Reprint in Literature of the United States, St. Ignatius Prep, forthcoming, 2000

“The Circuit”. Reprint in Literature express Book Plus 2, edited by Lee & Decker, forthcoming, 2001

“The Circuit”. Elements of Literature. Austin: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 2000, pp. 659-664.

“The Circuit”. Glencoe Literature (The Reader’s Choice). New York: McGraw-Hill, 2000, pp. 4-11.

“The Circuit”. GEPA Success in Language Arts Literacy, edited by Steck-Vaughn and Berrent, New Jersey Department of Education, 2000, pp. 55-58.

Recording of “The Circuit”. Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes. Printice Hall, Inc. 2000.

“The Circuit”. Distant Thunder, edited by Janis G. Scalone, Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1999, pp. 49-55.

“Cajas de cartón”. Cuentaquetecuento, Edited by Alma Flor Ada. San Jose, Costa Rica, 1998, pp. 12-16.

“The Circuit”. (Excerpts) Boyer’s The American Nation (Literature Worksheets). New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1998, pp. 63-64.

“The Circuit”. Racism and Sexism: An Integrated Study, Fourth Edition, edited by Paula S. Rothenberg. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1997, pp. 288-292. (Reprint)

"Cajas de cartón". Dos Mundos (Cuaderno de trabajo B), edited by Terrell, et.al. Boston: McGraw-Hill, 1998, pp. 371-374. (reprint)

"Cotton Sack: A Short Story". Los Angeles Times Book Review. Sunday, October 19, 1997, pp. 10-11.

“Cajas de cartón”. Encuentros. Austin: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1997, pp. 249-254.

“The Circuit”. Help Wanted (Short Stories About Young People Working), Edited by Anita Silvey, Boston: Little Brown and Co., 1997, pp.109-116.

“Cajas de cartón”. Cuentamundos. New York: Macmillan/McGraw-Hill, 1997, pp. 332-337.

“The Circuit”. Literature for Life and Work (Book 2), Edited by Elaine Bowe Johnson, et.al., Cincinnati, Ohio: South-Western Educatinal Publishing, 1998, pp. 66-72.

“The Circuit”. Language Through Literature, Edited by Lee L. Reinhartsen, Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 1997, pp. 193-211.

“The Circuit”. Leaving Home. New York: HarperCollins, 1997, pp. 53-62. (reprint)

"Learning the Game". The Santa Clara Review. Vol. 84, No. 1 (Winter 1997, pp. 110-114. (reprint)

"Christmas Gift". The Santa Clara Review. Vol. 84, No.1 (Winter 1997), pp. 115-116.

"Cajas de cartón". Selecciones Literarias. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1997, pp. pp. 63-66. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Choices in Literature: Justice for All. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1997, pp. 17-22. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Elements of Literature, Edited by Robert Probst, et.al., Austin:Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1997, pp. 651-657. (reprint)

"El regalo de navidad". Arriba: Comunicación y Cultura, Zayas-Bazan, Bacon, Fernandez, 2nd edition, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1997, pp. 498-503.

“The Circuit”. Literature And Integragated Studies. Glenview, Illinois: ScottForesman/A Division of Harper CollinsPublilshers, 1997, pp.56-61.

“The Circuit”. The Language of Literature, Ed. by Arthur N. Applebee, et.al., Boston: McDougal Littell (A Houghton Mifflin Company), 1997, pp. 546-552. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Impact: 50 Short Short Stories, 2nd edition, New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1996, pp. 291-296.

“The Circuit”. Active Reading Guide: America Street, Ed. by Anne Mazer, Littleton, MA: Sundance Publishing, 1996, p. 26. (excerpt)

“The Circuit”. American Literature, New Jersey: Globe Fearon Educational Publisher A Division of Simon & Shuster, 1996, pp. 80-89.

"Learning the Game". Riversedge, Vol. 10, No. 1 (Fall 1995), 45-50.

"Moving Still". California History, Vol. 74, No.3 (Fall 1995), 306-315.

“The Circuit”. Reading Comprehension Workshop. New Jersey: Globe Fearson Educational Publishers, 1995, pp. 11-15.

“The Circuit”. Points of View: An Anthology of Short Stories, Edited by James Moffett and Kenneth R. McElheny, New York: Mentor, 1995, pp. 257-262. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Growing up in a Multicultural Society: Nine American Short Stories, Edited by Peter Freese, München: Langenscheidt-Longmann GmbH, 1994, pp. 68-80. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. A World of Literature. Grand Rapids Michigan: Christian Schools International, 1995, pp. 148-157. (reprint)

"Cajas de cartón". Sendas literarias, edited by Aida Walqui-van Lier. Boston: Heinle & Heinle, 1995, pp. 135-145. (reprint)

"Cajas de cartón". Vistas: voces del mundo hispánico, edited by Constance M. Montross. 2nd ed. New York: Printice Hall, Inc., 1995, pp. 19-25. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. America's New War on Poverty, edited by Robert Lavelle. San Francisco: KQED Books, 1995, pp. 45-51. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Changes Magazine, edited by Margaret Iveson. Morristown: Silver Burdett Ginn, 1995, pp. 46-51. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Voyages in English, edited by Carolyn Marie Dimick. Chicago: Loyola University Press, 1995, pp. 419-424. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Race, Class and Gender in the United States, edited by Paula S. Rothenberg. 3rd ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995, pp. 199-203 (reprint)

“The Circuit”. The CLAS Coach, ed. by Vivienne Hodges. New York: Educatonal Design Inc. pp. 19-26.

"The Migrants". The IGAP Review, ed. by Vivienne Hodges. New York: Educational Design, Inc., 1993, pp. 68-75. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. America Street: A Multicutural Anthology of Stories, ed. by Anne Mazer. New York: Persea Books, 1993, pp. 23-31. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Elements in Literature. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1993, pp. 180-185. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Become the Music. New York: Macmillan/McGraw-Hill, 1993, pp. 156-165. (reprint)

"Cajas de cartón". Caracola. New York: Macmillan/McGraw-Hill, 1993, pp. 332-347. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Beyond the Reef. Houghton Mifflin Co,, 1993, pp. 88-101. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. The Writers Craft. New York: McDougal, Littell and Co., 1993, pp. 142-145. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Journey Home, ed. by Teresa Fasolino. New York: Scott Foresman & Co., 1993, pp. 40-53. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Growing Up Chicano: An Anthology of Literature, ed. by Tiffany Ana Lopez. N.Y. William Morrow and Co., Inc., 1993, pp. 137-144. (reprint)

"Cajas de cartón". Album, 2nd edition, ed. by Rebecca M. Valette. Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath and Co., 1993, pp. 38-48. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Tapestry: A Multicultural Anthology, ed. by Alan C. Purves. Englewood Cliffs, 1993, pp. 251-257. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. The EWT Coach Reading, ed. by Vivienne Hodges. Educational Design, Inc., 1993, pp. 142-144. (excerpt)

“The Circuit”. Literary Cavalcade, Vol. 45, No. 2, (Oct. 1992), 33-35. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. North of the Rio Grand: The Mexican American Experience in Short Fiction, ed. by Edward Simmen. New York: Mentor Books, 1992, pp. 222-228. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Columbus & After: Rethinking the Legacy. California Council for the Humanities, 1992, pp. 48-49. (reprint)

"The Migrants". Multicultural Reading Series, ed. by Vivienne Hidges. New York: Education Design, Inc., 1992, pp. 54-59.

“The Circuit”. Eyewitnesses and Others: Readings in American History, Vol. 2: 1865 to the Present. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc., 1991, pp. 427-434. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Literature, ed. by Laurence E. Berliner, et al. Englewood Cliffs: New Jersey, 1991, pp. 143-149. (reprint)

“The Circuit”. Mexican American Literature, edited by Charles Tatum. Orlando: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, 1990, pp. 299-306. (Reprint)

"Cajas de cartón". Cada vez mejor, by Maria-Paz Haro, et al. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1990, pp. 321-328. (Reprint)

"El regalo de Alma." Journal of the Association of Mexican American Educators, 1988-89, pp. 38-41.

"Cajas de cartón". Fronteras, edited by Nancy Levy-Konesky, et al., New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1989, pp. 347-352. (Reprint)

“The Circuit”. Discoveries in Literature (Classic Edition), edited by L. Jane Christensen and Edmund J. Farrell. Glenview: Scott, Foresman, 1989, pp. 73-79. (Reprint)

“The Circuit”. Adventures for Readers, Pegasus Edition. Orlando: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, 1989, pp. 71-76. (Reprint)

"The Circuit". (excerpt). Language, edited by Ronald Cramer, et al. Glenview: Scott Foresman, 1988, p. 26.

“The Circuit”. Elements of Literature. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1988, pp. 180-184. (Reprint)

"Cajas de cartón". Nuevas Alturas, edited by Angela Labarca and James M. Hendrickson. Boson: Heinle & Heinle Publishers Inc., 1988, pp. 186-195. (Reprint)

“The Circuit”. Racism and Sexism: An Integrated Study, edited by Paula S. Rothenberg. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1988, pp. 108-112. (Reprint)

“The Circuit”. Follow the Wind, edited by Jack Cassidy, et al., New York: Scribner Educational Publishers, 1987, pp. 350-365. (Reprint)

"Cajas de cartón". Las mañanitas, edited by José Flores, et al. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1987, pp. 202-112. (Reprint)

“The Circuit”. Literature (Revised Edition), edited by Susan Duffy Schaffrath, et al., New York: McDougal, Littell & Company, 1987, pp. 243-248. (Reprint)

“The Circuit”. The Random House Achievement Program in Literature, edited by Tom Wolpert & Lee B. Hopkins. New York: Random House, Inc., 1986, pp. 116-123. (Reprint.)

"Cajas de cartón". Vistas del mundo hispánico: A Literary Reader, edited by Constance M. Ontross & Esther L. Levine. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1986, pp. 173-182. (Reprint.)

"Cajas de cartón". Carreras: Casos en la comunidad, edited by Perez-Erdelyi and Kupferschmid. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1985, pp. 123-127. (Reprint)

“The Circuit”. Cuentos Chicanos: A Short Story Anthology, edited by Rudolfo A. Anaya and Antonio Marquez. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1984, pp. 106-110.

"Cajas de cartón". Album: Cuentos del mundo hispánico, edited by Rebecca M. Valette and Joy Renjilian-Burgy. Lexington, Massachusetts: D.C. Heath and Company, 1984, pp. 39-52. (Reprint.)

“The Circuit”. Literature. Evanston, Illinois: McDougal, Littell and Co., 1982, pp. 16-21. (Reprint.)

"Cajas de cartón". Nuevos Horizontes, edited by José Fernández and Nasario García. D.C. Heath and Co., 1982, pp. 16-21. (Reprint.)

"Muerte fría". Perspectivas (3rd edition), by Mary Ellen Kiddle and Brenda Wegmann. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1983, pp. 194-196. (Reprint.)

"Cajas de cartón". Portions reprinted in "Peregrinaje Interminable," Tiempo, Vol. 74, No. 1920, (19 de febrero de 1979), 50.

"Cajas de cartón". The Bilingual Review, IV, 1 and 2 (January-August, 1977), 119-122.

"Something to Share". Stand Tall. Ed. Judith Adams, New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc., 1975, pp. 40-53.

"Arado sin buey". The Bilingual Review, I, 3 (September-December, 1974), 277-278.

"The Story Behind the Story". Purpose in Literature. p. 17.

“The Circuit”. Purpose in Literature. Eds. Edmund J. Farrell, Ruth S. Cohen, Jane Christensen, Keith Wright. Glenview, Illinois: Scott, Foresman and Co., 1979, pp. 12-17. (Reprint.)

“The Circuit”. Arizona Quarterly, 29 (Autumn, 1973), 246-252. Received the 22nd Arizona Quarterly Annual Award in 1973 for Best Short Story.

"La mudanza". Mensaje: Revista de Cultura y Arte, New York, (July, 1973), p. 8.

"Christmas Gift". English translation of "Un aguinaldo," El Grito, V, 3 (1972), p. 75.

"Un aguinaldo". El Grito, V, 3 (1972), p. 74.

"Cold Death". English translation of "Muerte fría." El Grito, V, 3 (1972), 78-79.

"Muerte fría". Reprinted in Perspectivas: temas de hoy y de siempre, 2nd edition, 1978, pp. 210-212.

"Muerte fría". Reprinted in Perspectivas: temas de hoy y de siempre by Mary Ellen Kiddle and Brenda Wegmann. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1974, pp. 204-206.

"Muerte fría". El Grito: Journal of Contemporary Mexican-American Thought, V, 3 (Quinto Sol Publications, 1972), pp. 76-77.


ACADEMIC PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Co founder of The Bilingual Review, a scholarly journal dedicated to the study of the linguistics and literature of English Spanish bilingualism in the United States. It was founded in 1974.

West Coast Editor of The Bilingual Review.

Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Bilingual Press for the series STUDIES IN THE LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE OF UNITED STATES HISPANOS.


CONSULTING

  • Holt, Rinehart and Winston
  • California State Department of Education
  • Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
  • University of Iowa Press
  • University of Texas Press
  • National Endowment for the Humanities
  • Houghton Mifflin
  • University of New Mexico Press
  • Heyday books
  • Knopf


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Have given lectures and/or readings at the following institutions: California State University, Bakersfield; Stanford University; San Diego State University; California State College, Dominguez Hills; Stanford University; University of Texas, Austin; Harvard University; Notre Dame University; Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley; Wellesley College; San José State. Sonoma State University; University of San Francisco; California State University, Stanislaus; Miami University, Ohio; Willamette University; Pitzer College; Allan Hancock College; California State University, San Luis Obispo, University of the Pacific, College of San Mateo, University of Cincinnati, University of Wisconsin, Simpson College, Notre Dame de Namur, University of California, Santa Barbara, Purdue, Indiana State University.

Have chaired seminars and/or made presentations at: The Pacific Coast Council of Latin American Studies; The National Modern Language Association of America; California Teachers Association State Council; California State Department of Education; The Rocky Mountain Council of Latin American Studies; National Association of Bilingual Educators; California Studies Conference; International Readers Association; TexTESOL State Conference; American Council for Teachers of Foreign Languages; National Association for Chicano Studies; California School Boards Association State Conference and numerous public schools and libraries in California and local public schools and organizations.


ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE - SELECTED LIST

University


2002–2004 Member, Search Committee for new Dean in the College of Arts & Science
2000–2005 University Core Curriculum Committee
2000–present Faculty Senate Professor Award Selection Committee
1999–present Latino Admissions Advisory Board
1998–2001 Faculty Judicial Affairs Board-Arts and Humanities
1996–1999 Selection Committee, Honorary Members and Fellows for the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese
1996–1997 Member, Ethnic Studies Faculty Search Committee
1996–1999 Member, International Studies Sub Committee to U.Core Curr.Com.
1996–1998 Member, University Coordinating Committee (Elected by faculty)
1996 Chair, Search Committee for Director of Eastside Project
1995 Member, Search Committee for Director of Human Resources
1994 Member, Search Committee for Director of the Student Resource Center
1992–1995 University Core Curriculum Committee
1990–1994 Chair, Bannan Foundation Committee
1981–1988 Campus Representative, Mellon Fellowships in the Humanities
1989–1994 Member, Univesity Diversity Committee
1989–1990 Member, Women Studies Program Advisory Committee
1989 Member, Vice President for Student Services Search Committee
1986–1995 Member, Eastside Project Advisory Board
1986–1989 Member, Woodrow Wilson Committee
1985–1987 Member, Jesuit Collegiate Program Advisory Board
1980–1983 Member, Advisory Committee, Honors Program
1980–1983 Member, Faculty Affairs Board, College of Humanities
1979–1980 Member, Humanities Dean Search Committee
1979–1999 Member, Advisory Committee, Ethnic Studies Program
1978–1979 Member, Committee on the University's Service to Minorities
1975–1977 Member at Large of the Faculty Senate Council

College

2001–2004 Member, Rank and Tenure Committee
2002–2004 Member, search committee for new College of Arts & Science Dean.
1988–1990 Member, Grievance Committee, Arts and Humanities
1979–1980 Member, Stipend Award Committee for the M.A. Bilingual Education Program
1978–1980 Member, Project Governance Committee for the M.A. Bilingual Education Program
1977–1979 Member, Rank and Tenure Committee for the College of Humanities
1976 Member, Search Committee for Ethnic Studies Program
1974–1978 Member, General Humanities Committee

Boards, Commissions, etc.

• Advisory Council, Human Agenda, San Jose, California (2003-present)


• Member, Western Association Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities (1989-1995)

Elected to the Modern Language Association's Delegate Assembly (representing the Western Region) for a three‑year term, 2008-2011.


• California State Council for the Humanities (1987 1992); Vice Chair (1990-1992)


• Member, Delegate Assembly of the Modern Language Association, representing the Western United States and Canada (1989 1992)


• Board of Directors, Far West Laboratory for Educational Research & Development (1988 1991)


• Member, California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (1976 1986)


• Board of Trustees, Santa Clara University (1981 1987); Chairman, Academic Programs and Personnel Committee of Board of Trustees, Santa Clara University; Vice Chairman, Ad Hoc Committee on Commencement Speakers and Honorary Degree Recipients of Board of Trustees, Santa Clara University


• Evaluator for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Accrediting Commission (Bakersfield State U., BYU, San Bernardino State U., World College West, University of Hawaii West Oahu College)


• Elected to the Modern Language Association's Delegate Assembly (Delegate at Large) for a three year term, 1979 1981. The Delegates at Large are elected by the full membership of the MLA in a national contest


• Pacific Coast Council of Latin American Studies, Board of Governors (1977-1979)


• Member, Bilingual Advisory Board, California Student Aid Commission


• Board of Directors, (1979 1982) Asociación Latinoamericana de Bellas Artes


• WNET TV National Advisory Board for a TV series entitled "Watch Your Mouth"


• Member, MLA Executive Committee on Chicano Literature (1980 1984); President (1984)


• Reader for Spanish Advanced Placement Exams for Educational Testing Service (1988)


• Advisory Board, Eastside Project


MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

• Phi Sigma Iota, the National Foreign Language Honor Society
• American Association for Higher Education
• Modern Language Association of America
• The National Chicano Council on Higher Education (Membership in this organization is by election.)
• Association of California Teachers of Foreign Languages
• Pacific Coast Council of Latin American Studies
• American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese
• National Association on Chicano Studies

 
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