Friday, June 27, 2003

Number 25
NAME

Domenico Maceri
CURRICULUM VITAE

Born: Pellegrina, Reggio Calabria, Italy
Tel. 1-800-338-8731 ext. 3422 OR
(805) 922-6966 ext. 3422
E-mail: dmaceri@gmail.com
Education
PhD, 1990, Comparative Literature, (Spanish, French, Italian)
University of California, Santa Barbara.
MA, 1976, Italian, UCLA.
BA, 1974, French and Spanish, Jersey City State College, Jersey City,
N.J.
Other Graduate Work, 1976-1980: California State University,
Northridge, CA, and University of San Diego (30 units in
Spanish, 6 in French).
Study Abroad, Summer 1973, Université de Caen, Normandy;
Mexico, Summer, 1980.

Teaching Experience
1980-present, Romance Languages, Allan Hancock College, Santa
Maria, CA.
1977-80, Spanish and Italian, Los Angeles Harbor College,
Wilmington, CA.
1977, Italian, Loyola-Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA.
1974-76, Italian, UCLA.
1976-80, Other part-time teaching (Spanish, Italian, French, and ESL)
Moorpark College, Cerritos College, Inglewood Adult School,
Southgate Adult School.

1975-80, Related work
contributing writer for Il progresso italo-
americano of New York (articles in Italian) and L'italo-
americano of Los Angeles (articles in English).


Publications
Books
Grammar Workbook To Accompany ¿Qué Tal?, Sixth Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2003. Includes grammar exercises and explanations that serve as a supplement to ¿Qué Tal?


Grammar Workbook for Introductory Spanish. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2000.
This book includes easy-to-read grammatical explanations for introductory Spanish as well as many practical exercises. For more information visit the McGraw-Hill web site.


Dalla novella alla commedia pirandelliana. New York & Bern: Peter Lang Publishing, 1991.
This book studies five plays that Luigi Pirandello based on short stories he had previously published. The text is in Italian.






Academic Articles (For newspaper articles, click HERE).
"Dario Fo:Jester of the Working Class " World Literature Today, February 1998.
"Reducing Stress in the Foreign Language Classroom: Teaching
Descriptive Adjectives Through Humor." Mosaic, Summer 1995.
(reprinted in Teaching Languages, ed. Anthony Mollica.
Welland, Ontario: éditions Soleil, 1997).
"Community College Teaching: A Twenty-Hour a Week Job?"
Rostrum, 1995.
"Luigi Pirandello's La vita che ti diedi and Xavier Villaurrutia's El
ausente." Mester, Fall 1994.Mexican Drama
"The Intermediate Course at a Small Community College: Teaching
Spanish 103 and 104 as a Combined Class." Hispania, May
1993.
"LuigiPirandello's La vita che ti diedi: from Stories to Stage." Italian
Journal, Vol. V, N. 5 & 6, 1991.
"Grammar in the First-Year Course: How Much is Enough?"
Hispania, V. 74, N. 4, December 1991.
"Angelo'sBilingualism:An Update." Bilingual Family Newsletter, 1991.
"Elementary Texts Written Entirely in the Foreign Language: Their
Use in the High School and Community College." Hispania, Vol.
68, N. 4, December, 1985.
"Calabrian Reality in the Dialect Poetry of Vincenzo Padula." Italian
Quarterly, N. 96, Spring 1984.
"History and the Dialectic in Pirandello's Henry IV." Selecta, Vol. 3,
1982.

Book Reviews in The Modern Language Journal, Spanish Today,
Italica, Hispania, Mondo Italiano Magazine.
Regular Book Reviewer for World Literature Today (1993-present):
Italian fiction and Mexican drama.


Presentations
"A Taste of Italian," Allan Hancock College, 75th Anniversary
Celebration, 1995.
"La vita che ti diedi de Luigi Pirandello y El ausente de Xavier
Villaurrutia." Jornadas Internacionales de Teatro
Latinoamericano, Puebla, Mexico, 1994.
"Foreign Languages in the Santa Maria and San Luis Obispo Areas."
Chair, Central Coast Association of Language Professionals, Cal
Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA, 1994.
"The Teaching of Spanish for Native Speakers," Panelist, Central Coast
Association of Language Professionals, Cal Poly, San Luis
Obispo, CA, 1994.
"Luigi Pirandello's La vita che ti diedi and Xavier Villaurrutia's El
ausente." Annual Conference of the Pacific Northwest Council on
Foreign Languages, 1993.
Presiding Officer, Italian Section, Annual Conference of the
Philological Association of the Pacific Coast, 1991.
Secretary, Italian Section, Annual Conference of the Philological
Association of the Pacific Coast, 1990.
"Dalla novella alla commedia pirandelliana: il caso di Lumie di
Sicilia." Annual Conference of the Pacific Northwest Council on
the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Missoula, Montana, 1989.
"Dalla novella alla commedia pirandelliana: La morsa." Annual
Conference of the Philological Association of the Pacific Coast,
Claremont, CA, 1989.

Honors
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, Summer 1979.

Memberships
Member of the Editorial Board of the Bilingual Family Newsletter
(England).
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American Association of Teachers of Italian.
American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese.
Pacific Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.
California Language Teachers Association.
Central Coast Association of Language Professionals.


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