Jane Juffer

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Content: Jane Juffer Department of English Program of Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Cornell University 250 Goldwin Smith Hall Ithaca, NY 14853 [email protected] Education Ph.D., English, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS at Urbana-Champaign M.A., English, Loyola University of Chicago B.A., Journalism, magna cum laude, Drake University Academic positions Professor, Cornell University, Department of English and Program of Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, beginning fall 2013 Associate professor, Cornell University, Department of English and Program of Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, fall 2008 to spring 2013 Director, undergraduate studies, Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Beginning spring 2012 semester (ending spring 2016) Associate professor, Department of English, Pennsylvania State University, 2005 to 2008 Affiliation: Women's Studies Program Director, Latina/o Studies Initiative Assistant professor, Department of English, Pennsylvania State University, 1999-2005; Co-director, Latina/o Studies Initiative Awards Robert A. and Donna B. Paul Award for Excellence in Advising, 2015 Fellowships and visiting professorships Visiting professor, University of Passau, Passau, Germany, July 2015, Invited to give two lectures on children and migration and meet with students and faculty Visiting professor, University of Technology Sydney, July 16-30, 2009 1
Research fellow at the Rock Ethics Institute, Pennsylvania State University, semesterlong seminar on Economics and Social Justice, spring 2007 Funded project: "God's (In)visible Hand: Latina/o Protestants in the Midwest U.S." Current project Mixed Feelings: Children's Media and the Management of Emotions. Under review at University of Minnesota Press. Academic Publications Books Intimacy across Borders: Race, Religion, and Migration in the U.S. Midwest. Temple University Press, 2013. Single Mother: The Emergence of the Domestic Intellectual. New York: New York University Press, 2006. At Home with Pornography: Women, Sex, and Everyday Life. New York: New York University Press, 1998. Edited collections "The Last Frontier? Contemporary Configurations of the U.S.-Mexico Border." South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. 105:4. Fall 2006. Reprints "Domestic Intellectuals: Freedom and the Single Mom." Reprinted in Maternal Theory: Essential Readings. Editor Andrea O'Reilly. Toronto: Demeter Press, 2007. 726-755. Selected Articles "Can the Children Speak? Precarious Subjects at the U.S.-Mexico Border." In Feminist Formations Special Issue, Mobilizing Vulnerability: New Directions in Transnational Feminist Studies and HUMAN RIGHTS, a special issue of Feminist Formations, Mobilizing Vulnerability. Eds. Wendy Hesford and Rachel Lewis. Vol 28 (1): Fall 2016. 94-120. "They Cling to Guns or Religion": Pennsylvania Towns Put Faith in Anti-Immigrant Ordinances." In Latin American Migrations to the U.S. Heartland: Changing Social Landscapes in Middle America. Eds. Linda Allegro and Drew Wood. University of Illinois Press, 2013. 249-270. "Mothers Against Mothering: The Mothers Against Illegal Aliens Movement and the Politics of Vulnerability." Journal of Research on Mothering, special issue on mothering and migration, issue 2:2, November 2011. 2
"Compassion and Rage: The Face of the Migrant." South Atlantic Quarterly Vol. 108:1. Winter 2009. 219-35. "Everyday Life at the Corporate University." In Poetry, Politics, and the Profession: Cary Nelson and the Struggle for the University. Eds. Michael Rothberg and Peter K. Garrett. Buffalo: SUNY University Press, 2008. 141-58. "Hybrid Faiths: Latino Protestants Find a Home Amongst the Dutch Reformed in Iowa." Latino Studies Vol. 6:3. Autumn 2008. 290-312. "Vigilantes on the Border." South Atlantic Quarterly. Vol. 105:4. Fall 2006. 663-680. "Why We Like to Lose: On Being a Cubs' Fan in the Heterotopia of Wrigley Field." South Atlantic Quarterly, Vol. 104:4. Spring 2006. 289-302. "Sexual Technologies/Domestic Technologies: Pornography as an Everyday Matter." In Contemporary Culture and Everyday Life. Editors Tony Bennett and Elizabeth B. Silva. British Sociology Association: Sociology Press, 2004. 71-88. "There's No Place like Home: New Developments on the Domestic Front." In More Dirty Looks: Gender, Pornography and Power. 2nd edition. Editor Pamela Church Gibson. London: British Film Institute, 2004. 45-58. "Excessive Practices: Aesthetics, Erotica, and Cultural Studies." In The Aesthetics of Cultural Studies. Editor Michael Bйrubй. Blackwell Press, 2004. 58-79. "Dirty Diapers and the New Organic Intellectual." Cultural Studies 17:2. June 2003. 167-191. "In Search of the Latino Public Sphere: Everywhere and Nowhere." Nepantla 4.2, Summer 2003. 55-60. "Who's the Man? Sammy Sosa, Latinos, and Televisual Redefinitions of the National Pastime." Journal of Sport and Society, December 2002. 337-359. "The Limits of Culture: Latina/o Studies and the Corporate University." Nepantla: Views from South 2:2. Duke University Press. Summer 2001. 265-293. "Latina/o Studies and the Ethics of Job Training: On the Premises of the Corporate University." Aztlбn: A Journal of Chicano Studies 26:2. Fall 2001. 183-198. Ana Castillo, Sandra Cisneros biographies. A Multimedia Companion to the Anthology of Modern American Poetry. Editor Cary Nelson. Oxford University Press, 2000. 3
"A Pornographic Femininity? Telling and Selling Victoria's (Dirty) Secrets." Social Text 48, Vol. 14, No. 3, Fall 1996. 27-48. Representative Presentations "The Politics of Vulnerability: Central American Children and the Refugee Crisis." Keynote Lecture at Millersville University, Millersville, PA, as part of their month-long series on immigration and refugees. March 28, 2017. Roundtable participant, "Literature and Art for Living, Writing, and Thinking beyond Critique: Decolonizing Methodologies. Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA, January 8, 2017. "An `Archive of Feeling": Children's Resistance to U.S. Detention Camps." Invited talk. "Cultures of Dispossession: Feminism, Migration, and Displacement" seminar. George Mason University, September 18, 2015. "Precarious Subjects: Children at the Border." Invited talk, University of Passau, Germany, July 6, 2015. Moderator and organizer, "Precarious Lives: Central American Families and the Limits of U.S. immigration policy," conference and workshop, Cornell University/ Sponsored by Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and the Immigration Appellate Law and Advocacy Clinic. April 16-17, 2015. "Longing for the Money Shot." Panel, The Libidinal Economy of Data. Modern Language Association annual convention, Vancouver, Canada, January 8, 2015. "Can the Children Speak? Precarious Lives at the U.S.-Mexico Border." Invited talk, Vulnerability, Precarity and Human Rights colloquium, George Mason University, Washington, D.C., Sept. 19, 2014. "Performing Masculinity." Invited talk, Auburn Correctional Facility, Auburn, NY, Sept. 10, 2014. "Who Would Jesus Deport? Rethinking Religion in an Iowa Town." Invited talk, The Latino Midwest. University of Iowa, Iowa City, Oct. 11-13, 2012. "Precarious Lives: Children's citizenship rights and Agency in the Context of Mixed LegalStatus Families." Invited talk, University of Connecticut, Storrs, April 20, 2012. "The Bareness of the Face: Latino Encounters in Iowa, via South Africa." Invited lecture, Drake University, Des Moines, IA, Feb. 21, 2011. "Mothers against Mothering." Latin American Studies Association, Toronto, Oct. 7, 2010. 4
"Can the law be queered? Some considerations on pornography, divorce, and immigration," Griffith University Law School, Brisbane, Australia, July 13, 2009. "On the Kill Floor: Latinos and God's Work," 'The Death Scene Symposium: Perspectives on Mortality," School of Arts, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, July 15-16, 2009. "Reviving the Protestant Work Eth(n)ic: Latino Migration and the Politics of Global Christianity," Invited presentation at the Sydney Institute of Technology, Sydney, Australia, July 23, 2009. "The Face of the Migrant." International Crossroads in Cultural Studies conference, Kingston, Jamaica, July 3-7, 2008. "The Limits of Tolerance: Latinos and Religion in the U.S. Midwest." Invited talk, Nuestra America conference, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Feb. 8-9, 2008. "God's Invisible Hand: Economy, Religion, and the Latino Diaspora." Invited talk, University of Wroclaw, Wroclaw, Poland, March 17, 2007. "Everyday Life at the Corporate University." Invited talk, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, Champaign, IL, October 27, 2006. "The Long Poem of Walking: Single Mothers on the U.S.-Mexico Border." Invited talk, University of Sydney, Gender Studies Program. June 11, 2006. "Spaces of Single Mothering." University of Leeds, U.K., Invited talk, Geography Department, May 19, 2006. "The Ethics of Literary Criticism." Panel discussion. University of Zagreb, Croatia. November 14, 2005. "Domestic Intellectuals and the Practice of Everyday Life." University of Zagreb, Croatia. Invited talk. November 17, 2005. "Compassionate Vigilantes?" American Studies Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., November 3-6, 2005. "Spaces of Positivity: Puerto Rican Chicago." American Studies Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., November 3-6, 2005. "Inter-American Alliances: Conversations about Latino and Latin American Studies." Universidad Andina Simуn Bolнvar, Quito, Ecuador, June 23-25, 2005. "Border Women." Fifth Annual Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference. Champaign/ Urbana, IL. June 25-28, 2004. 5
"Dirty Diapers." Cultural Studies Association of North America first annual conference. Pittsburgh, PA, June 6-8, 2003. "Latina/o Studies and the Corporate University." Diversity in the Multiversity panel sponsored by the Popular Culture Association. Modern Language Association annual conference, New York, Dec. 27-30, 2002. "Child Care Inc.? Domestic Work and the Corporate University." Presented on the "Women's Work in the Corporate University" panel, sponsored by the Women's Caucus of the Modern Language Association annual conference, New York, Dec. 27-30, 2002. "On the premises of the corporate university: Latino Studies and Job Training." Annual conference of the American Studies Association. Washington, D.C., November 8-11, 2001. "A Spatial Politics of Porn." University of Leeds, U.K. Invited talk. October 11-12, 2001. "Latina/o Communities at Corporate Universities." Contra/Communidad conference. Invited talk. Duke University, April 2001. "Managing Diversity: Multiculturalism at the Corporate University." Third Annual Crossroads Cultural Studies Conference. Birmingham, U.K. June 22-25, 2000. "From Criticism to Cartography: Latina/o Studies and the Corporate University." Disciplinary Diagrams/Political Fields. Duke University, March 30-April 1, 2000. Teaching Experience Professor, English and FGSS, Cornell University, 2013Sample courses: Kids Rule! Children's Popular Culture Senior seminar in FGSS Feminism and Human Rights Refugees and the Politics of Vulnerability Associate professor, English and FGSS, Cornell University, 2008--2013 Sample courses: Introduction to Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Introduction to Cultural Studies Consuming Passions: Media, Space, and the Body Feminism and Human Rights Cultural Studies: A Spatial Problematic (graduate seminar) Director, twelve honors' theses, from 2009 to 2017, in FGSS and English 6
Assistant and associate professor, Pennsylvania State University, 1999-2008 Sample courses: Latina/o Cultural Studies (graduate seminar) Cultural Policy Studies (graduate seminar) Introduction to Latina/o Studies (entry course for undergraduate minor in Latina/o Studies) "Places to Call Home: Latinas and the Cultural Production of Nationality, Sexuality, and Gender" (senior seminar and graduate seminar) "Multiculturalism, Inc. (senior seminar) "Chicana/o Culture: Crossing and Claiming Border Spaces" (American Studies 404) "Sex, Gender, and public policy" (English 30) "Multiculturalism Inc." (English 487) "Consoling Passions: Women and Popular Culture" (English and WS 490) Graduate teaching assistant and postdoctoral fellow: Univ. of Illinois, 1991-1999. Taught numerous writing, literature, and film courses. Teaching Assistant: Loyola University of Chicago, 1988-90. Writing courses. Volunteer teacher, Don Pedro Albizu Campos High School, Chicago, 1989-90. Designed and taught a survey course of Puerto Rican, Chicano, and Central American literature and culture in the context of a high school curriculum emphasizing Latino students' cultural backgrounds. Academic organizing (Pennsylvania State University) Director, Latina/o Studies Initiative, 2005 to 2008 Responsible for writing curriculum proposals, designing, and implementing undergraduate and graduate minors in Latina/o Studies Organizer, Engaging Latina/o America speaker series, 2006-07 Co-organizer with Ralph Rodriguez, Laura Lomas and Santiago Vaquera, Sones de la Calle, two- day conference on Latina/o popular culture, February 2002 Co-organizer, with Amitava Kumar and Ralph Rodriguez, "In the Eye of Culture" conference, Pennsylvania State University, April 5-7, 2001. Numerous events with Latina/o student organizations at Pennsylvania State University, 1999 to present Additional Work Experience Copy editor, Wall Street Journal/Europe, Brussels, Belgium, 1984-85 Free-lance journalist/ Harlingen, Texas. Articles published in numerous periodicals (see below), 1985-88. Associate editor, Pacific News Service. 1987-88. Representative Journalistic Publications 7
"Abuse at the Border: Women Face a Perilous Crossing." The Progressive. April 1988. Cover story. 14-19. Funded by a grant from the Fund for Investigative Journalism, Washington, D.C. "Reading, Writing, and Decolonization: Albizu Campos High School, an alternative for Latino Youth." Chicago Reader. 23 October 1987. 3-4. "An Ominous Indictment: A reporter faces prison." Columbia Journalism Review. May 1988. "Dump at the Border: U.S. Firms Make a Mexican Wasteland." The Progressive. October 1988. 24-29. Funded by a grant from the Fund for Investigative Journalism, Washington, D.C. "Peonage in the Pines: Mexican Labor Exploited in U.S. Forests." The Progressive. November 1987. 24-27. Funded by a grant from the Fund for Investigative Journalism. "The INS Bungles Its Own Amnesty Plan." San Francisco Bay Guardian. 4 May 1988. 9-11. "South Texas Bound: Refugees Can Check In Any Time, But They Can Never Leave." The Texas Observer. 11 March 1988. Cover story. 1, 8-10. "Clean Sweep's Dirty Secret: The Chicago Housing Authority's Failed Attempt at Managing the Projects." Chicago Reader. 5 October 1990. Cover story. 1, 14-22. Other articles published in The National Catholic Reporter, In These Times, Mother Jones, and numerous newspapers subscribing to Pacific News Service 8

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