CCSL Award Night, April 3, 2014

CCSL Award  Night, April 3, 2014
  
Graduate Teaching and
Supervising Experience

... Toni, as he prefers to be called, has distinguished himself with a large and outstanding teaching commitment in Hispanic Studies. He has gone above and beyond what is required of him to ensure success in academic student life, proven being an exceptionally reliable, resourceful and dedicated professor not only for Concordia graduate and undergraduate students but also for many former Concordia students in their pursuit of a PhD degree. The Hispanic Studies Graduate Students Association has always counted on him when an advisor is needed.

Professor Giménez Micó’s outstanding qualities make him a worthy and deserving person to receive this year´s Concordia Outstanding Contribution Award.

Graduate Courses:
  • In  Concordia U.  (Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics):
    • SPAN 601.  "Discourse Analysis and Research Methods"  (Winter 2016,  M.A. course)
    • SPAN 622.  "In-Depth Reporting in Spanish Oral Presentations and Written Submissions"  (Winter 2003, M.A. tutorial for  Carmen Puga-Peña)
    • SPAN 633S.  "The Inscription of Orality and Cultural Diversity in Latin American Literature"  (Fall 2004-Winter 2005, M.A. tutorial for Lidia Cuccia)
    • SPAN 644 / HUMA 876.  "Decolonial Thought"  (Fall 2014,  M.A./Ph.D. course)
    • SPAN 662.  "Plebeian Interpellation and Subalternity"  (Fall 2011 and  Winter 2013,  M.A. course)
    • SPAN 683.  "El Maleconazo desde la perspectiva de la interpelación y de la memoria plebeyas" (Winter 2016, supervision and evaluation of M.A. research paper by  Vilma Vidal García)
    • SPAN 694.  "Thesis Proposal"  (Fall 2011, M.A. tutorial for  Douglas Kristopher Smith  co-taught with Hugh Hazelton)
    • SPAN 695.  "Thesis"  (Winter 2012, M.A. tutorial for  Douglas Kristopher Smith  co-taught with Hugh Hazelton)
  • In the  U. of Calgary  (French, Italian & Spanish):
    • Span699_08.  "Advanced Translation"  (Winter 2000, tutorial for  Nancy Cloutier)
    • Span699_35.  "The Inscription of Orality and Cultural Diversity in Latin American Literature"  (Fall 1998, Winter 2000)
  • In the  U. Laval  (Département des littératures):
    • "Esp-66583. Metodología de la investigación en literaturas hispánicas."  Collaborative teaching course with Emilia Deffis (coordinator), Manuel Español Echevarría, Francisco Jarque Andrés, Louis Jolicoeur, Ricardo Serrano Deza, Ignacio Soldevila Durante, and Luis Thenon. Fall 2003
    • "Esp-66583. Metodología de la investigación en literaturas hispánicas."  Collaborative teaching course with Emilia Deffis (coordinator), Daniel Castillo Durante, Augusto Escobar Mesa, Louis Jolicoeur, Alexandre Sadetsky, Ignacio Soldevila Durante, Luis Thenon, Peter Thompson, and Javier Vargas de Luna. Fall 2005  (U. Laval,  Faculté des Lettres,  Département des littératures)

I have been an active participant in graduate studies by serving in several ways (please see  my CV  for details):
  • as a member of the Supervisory Committee, Jennifer Faucher, Ph.D. Individualized Program (Spanish),  School of Graduate StudiesConcordia U.  Title of the thesis: "The Role of the Pícaro in the Autobiographical Picaresque Novel from the Spanish Golden Age to its Influences in Contemporary Culture", since Winter 2016;

Moreover, I hold:

Both non-remunerated positions allow me to be involved in the graduate programs of the  Department of French, Italian and Spanish (U. of Calgary)  and  the  Département des littératures (U. Laval).
 


2017  José Antonio Giménez Micó