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Julio Noriega

Associate Professor of Modern Languages (Spanish)

Julio Noriega
Contact
309-341-7239
jnoriega@knox.edu

General Interests
"My interests lie in Spanish-American Migrant Literature and Indigenous Cultures of America within the context of colonial-postcolonial, transatlantic and cultural studies theories."

Years at Knox: 2009 to present

Education
Ph.D., Philosophy: Latin American and Peninsular Literature, 1993, University of Pittsburgh.
Graduate Certificate in Latin American Studies, Center for Latin American Studies, 1991, University of Pittsburgh.
M.A., Latin American Literature, 1989, University of Pittsburgh.
Licenciatura in Hispanic Literature, 1985, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos.
B.A., Hispanic Literature, 1984, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos.

Teaching Interests
Latin American languages and literatures.

Selected Professional Accomplishments

Honors/Grants
Knox College Mellon Faculty Grant, Knox College, Illinois, 2010.
Finalist of 22nd Premio de Relatos awarded by El Diario de León, León, Spain, March, 2007.
Finalist of 19th Premio de Relatos awarded by El Diario de León, León, Spain, July, 2004.
Visiting Faculty Summer Fellowship, Center for Latin American Studies, University of Chicago, 2003.
Beca de Investigación para Hispanistas Extranjeros, Secretaría de Estado para la Cooperación Internacional y para Iberoamérica del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores de España, 1999.
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Stipends Research Grant, 1995.
Letras de Oro Literary Prize awarded by the government of Spain's Foreign Ministry and the North-South Center of the University of Miami, 1994.
Texts of the Pre-Columbian/Spanish Encounters l492-l650 A National Endowment for the Humanities Institute, The Community College Humanities Association and The Johns Hopkins University, 1992.
Mellon Pre-doctoral Scholarship, University of Pittsburgh, 1991.

Publications
Caminan los Apus: Escritura andina en migración. In print.

"Soy andina: Melodía y ritmo de la migración en los Andes". El cine hispánico en el bicentenario de las independencias iberoamericanas (1801-2010). Miami: Florida International University, Promociones y Publicaciones Universitarias. In print.

"El forastero andino en Los ríos profundos". Arguedas Centenario. Gladys Flores Heredia, Marcos Martos Carrera, and Javier Morales Mena, eds. Lima: Editorial San Marcos, 2011.

"Sujetos y textos transandinos". Revista Telúrica y Magnética. (Lima, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Unidad de Posgrado de la Facultad de Letras y Ciencias Humanas, 2011): 239-248. Reprinted in Stepario: Revista Cultural y Literaria. 7. 10 (Huancayo, July 2011) 13-14.

"La poesía novoandina en el Perú". Chupe de letras con su condimento novoandino by Ugo Facundo Carrillo. Lima: Ediciones Sol y Niebla, 2011, pp. 13-20.

"Un inolvidable pueblo: Una cartografía literaria del migrante andino". Un inolvidable pueblo by Ramos Berrospi Ernesto. Huancayo: Fondo Editorial del Instituto de Educación Superior Tecnológico Público Santiago Antúnez de Mayolo, 2011. Reprinted in Quehacer 180 (Lima, October-December, 2010): 112-117.

"El Perú al revés en Ilusiones perdidas de Ernesto Ramos Berrospi". Ilusiones perdidas by Ernesto Ramos Berrospi. Huancayo: CIRCE Editores, 2011, pp. 9-14.

Escritura quechua en el Perú. Lima: Ediciones Pakarina, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, 2011. 148pp. Revised edition of Buscando una tradición poética quechua en el Perú (Winner of the 1994 Letras de Oro Literary Prize).

"Los retratos de José Carlos Mariátegui en el mundo andino". Quehacer. 178 (Lima, April-June, 2010): 108-117.

"La poética bilingüe de Ugo Carrillo". Quehacer. 177 (Lima, January-March, 2010): 94-101. Reprinted in Puyupa wayrapa ninapawan musqukusqanmanta (runapa siminpi qillqakuna) by Ugo Facundo Carrillo. Huancayo: Imprenta Editorial Punto Com (2010): 122-132.

"El retrato de Mariátegui en el mundo andino". Mabel Moraña & Guido Podestá, eds. José Carlos Mariátegui y los estudios latinoamericanos. Pittsburgh: Instituto International de Literatura Iberoamericana, Serie Críticas, 2009.

"Migrant Indigenism in Peru." Latin American Narrative: Great Themes in the New Millennium. Anadón, José, ed. México: Asociación Iberoamericana y Filipina de Ateneos, (2008.)

"La radio que aprendió nuestros nombres". Filandón Suplemento Dominical del Diario de León (León, Spain: March 11, 2007): 8. 22nd Premio de Relatos.

"Las trampas de la modernidad andina: el cantar de Isidro Condori". Guillermo Delgado and John Schechter, eds. Quechua verbal artistry: the inscription of Andean voices/Arte expresivo quechua: la inscripción de voces andinas (Estudios americanistas de Bonn, 38). Bonn: Institut für Altamerikanistik und Ethnologie, 2004.

"La ofrenda del río". Filandón Suplemento Dominical del Diario de León (León, Spain: Sunday, July 10, 2004): 14-15. 19th Premio de Relatos.

Five Quechua Poets/Pichka Harawikuna. Julio Noriega, ed. Pittsburgh: Americas Society/Latin American Literary Press Review (1998): 95. A collection of contemporary Peruvian Quechua poems in Quechua, along with its Spanish, and English translations.

"La poética quechua del migrante andino". José Antonio Mazzotti y Juan Zevallos Aguilar, eds. Asedios a la heterogeneidad: Libro homenaje a Antonio Cornejo Polar. Philadelphia: Asociación Internacional de Peruanistas, 1996.

Buscando una tradición poética quechua en el Perú. Miami: University of Miami, North-South Center Press, Iberian Studies Institute (1995): 224.

Encuentros con el otro: Textos e intertextos. Julio Noriega, Eleodoro Febres, and Jo Ann Engelbert, eds New Jersey: Montclair State University Press (1994): 239.

"El quechua frente a la teoría misionera de la letra en los primeros años de la Colonia". Encuentros con el otro: textos e intertextos. Eleodoro Febres, Jo Ann Engelbert, and Julio Noriega, eds New Jersey: Montclair State University Press, 1994.

Poesía quechua escrita en el Perú. Lima: Centro de Estudios y Publicaciones, 1993. 539pp. This publication was recognized as "Most Outstanding Book Published in Peru in 1993".

Presentations
"Modernización y sujeto migrante en la literatura quechua", Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Lima, Peru, August, 2009.

"Nuevas Orientaciones en los estudios de literatura quechua", Facultad de Humanidades, Universidad Federico Villarreal, Lima, Peru, August 2009.

"Para una teoría del sujeto migrante andino", at 61st Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, Kentucky, April, 2008.

Chair and presenter of Media and Art in Latin America at 2007 Annual Conference, Midwest Association of Latin American Studies, St. Louis, Missouri, November, 2007.

"El retrato de José Carlos Mariátegui en el Mundo Andino" at 54th Annual Meeting of Southern Council of Latin American Studies, San José, Costa Rica, May, 2007.

"Aves sin nido: Primera novela indigenista migrante". LAILA/ALILA, Ohio State University, May, 2006.

"Migration and Translation in Search of Indigenous Literature" at the 51st International Congress of Americanists in Santiago, Chile, July, 2003.

"El indigenismo migrante en el Perú: Aves sin nido entre la aldea y la ciudad". Symposium on Bilingual Effects, Harvard University, Real Colegio Complutense, and the Universidad del Norte in Asunción, Boston, March, 2001.

"Literatura y migración en el mundo andino". Department of Romance Languages, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, November, 2000.

"Indigenismo migrante en el Perú". Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literature, University of Wisconsin, Madison, September, 2000.

"Arguedas y la poética andina". Department of Hispanic Studies, Brown University, Providence, November, 1999.

"El zorro de abajo y el zorro de arriba: un modelo andino de texto migrante". Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, May, 1999.

Campus & Community Involvement
Advance Placement Reader for Spanish, Educational Testing Service.
Research Grant Project Reader, Social Sciences and Humanities Council of Canada.

Advisor to Doctoral Dissertation, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain.


What Students Say
"What I love most about Professor Julio Noriega is that he has a fervent passion for learning from his students. In the classroom, Julio encourages open discussions and he incorporates student-lead presentations into his curriculum in order to highlight different perspectives, methods, and knowledge. For his class on the culture of the Southern Cone, he even let me pass out notes from a literature class I had taken while studying abroad in Buenos Aires, thinking they were the perfect way to illustrate to students an Argentine point of view on one of the country's most famous authors. I think that Julio really understands and embraces the fact that students at Knox want to be creatively and intellectually challenged, because he approaches teaching, and his own learning, with these values in mind every day."
-Kathryn Frank, Spanish and History Major

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