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Curriculum Vitae
Robinson A Herrera
June 01, 2013

General Information
University address: History
College of Arts and Sciences
Bellamy Building 0401
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2200

E-mail address: rherrera@mailer.fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
1997 Doctor of Philosophy, University Of California-Los A. Major: History.
1993 C. Phil., University of California, Los Angeles. Major: History. Latin American History.
1990 M.A. Latin American, University of California, Los Angeles. Major: History. Latin American History.
1988 BA, California State University, Los Angeles. Major: History.

Professional Experience
1997–present Associate Professor, History, Florida State University.

Language Proficiency
Portuguese - intermediate in speaking and writing; advanced in reading.

Spanish - native in speaking, reading, and writing.



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Historical Association

Latin American Studies Association

Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies

Teaching
Courses Taught
Race and Class in Colonial Latin America (LAH4723)

Race and Class in Colonial Latin America (LAH5727)

Special Topics in History (HIS6934)

Teaching History at the College Level (HIS6941)

Latin American History Through Film (LAH3734)

Special Topics in History (HIS5935)

Latin America: A Cross-Cultural History (LAH1093)

Special Topics in History (HIS4930)

Senior Seminar (HIS4935)

Doctoral Committee Chair
Churchill, L. B., graduate. (2010).

Reinhardt, S. L., doctoral candidate.

Villafane, P. M., doctoral candidate.

Weber, J. M., doctoral candidate.



Doctoral Committee Member
Bassetti, J., doctoral candidate.

Dorsey, A., doctoral candidate.

Grandage, J. H., doctoral candidate.

Kokomoor, K. D., doctoral candidate.



Doctoral Committee University Representative
Bellacero, C. M., graduate. (2010).

Balmori, F. F., graduate. (2008).

Mora, L., graduate. (2008).

Torres-Calderon, A. M., graduate. (2006).

Nalbone, L. J., graduate. (2006).

Gonzalez, J. A., graduate. (2005).

Bartlett Delcas, J. L., doctoral candidate.

Litka, S. J., doctoral candidate.

Maguire, M. J., doctoral candidate.

Steinhilper, D. M., doctoral candidate.

Mura, J. M., doctoral student.

Master's Committee Chair
Gilliland, C., graduate. (2010).

Master's Committee Member
Bertram, R. L., graduate. (2011).

Rivera-Gonzalez, M., student.



Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Herrera, R. A. (2000). "'Por que no sabemos firmar:' Black Slaves in Early Guatemala". The Americas, Vol. 57, No. 2, pp. 247-267.
Herrera, R. A. (2000). "Los esclavos negros en el Reino de Guatemala en los inicios de la época colonial". Anales de a Academia de Geografía e Historia de Guatemala, Vol.75, pp. 53-79.

Refereed Books
Herrera, R. A. (2003). Natives, Europeans, and Africans in Sixteenth-Century Santiago de Guatemala. University of Texas Press.

Edited Books
Herrera, R. A., & Webre, S. (Eds.). (contract). La época colonial en Guatemala: estudios de historia cultural y social. Manuscript under contract for publication, Editorial Universitaria de Universidad de San Carlos.

Refereed Book Chapters
Herrera, R. A. (in press). "Surviving the Colonial City: Native Peoples in Early Santiago de Guatemala,". In Dana Velasco Murillo, Mark Lentz, & Margarita R. Ochoa (Eds.), City Indians in Spain's American Empire: Urban Indigenous Society in Colonial Mesoamerica and Andean South America, 1600–1830 (30 pages). , Sussex Academic Press.
Herrera, R. A. (2007). "Concubines and Wives: Re-Interpreting Native-Spanish Intimate Unions in Sixteenth-Century Guatemala". In Michel Oudijk, & Laura Matthew (Eds.), Indian Conquistadors: Native Militaries in the Conquest of Mesoamerica (pp. pp. 127-144). University of Oklahoma Press.

Refereed Reviews
Herrera, R. A. (in press). Gabriel Alonso de Herrera, Ancient Agriculture: Roots and Application of Sustainable Farming. Agricultural History.
Herrera, R. A. (in press). William F. Hanks, Converting Words: Maya in the Age of the Cross. The Historian.
Herrera, R. A. (2007). Matthew Restall, Beyond Black and Red: African-Native Relations in Colonial Latin America. The Americas, Vol. 63, No. 4, 661-663.
Herrera, R. A. (2005). Federico Garza Carvajal, Butterflies Will Burn: Prosecuting Sodomites in Early Modern Spain and Mexico. Hispanic American Historical Review, 505-507.
Herrera, R. A. (2005). Pete Sigal, editor, Infamous Desire: Male Homosexuality in Colonial Latin America. Hispanic American Historical Review, 122-123.
Herrera, R. A. (2004). Sherry Johnson, The Social Transformation of Eighteenth-Century Cuba. Florida Historical Quarterly, 82:3.
Herrera, R. A. (2004). Thomas M. Whitmore and B. L. Turner II, Cultivated Landscapes of Middle America on the Eve of Conquest. Agricultural History.
Herrera, R. A. (2003). Lawrence H. Feldman, editor and translator, Lost Shores, Forgotten Peoples: Spanish Exploration of the South East Maya Lowlands. Ethnohistory, 50, No. 2, 405-407.
Herrera, R. A. (2002). Ignacio Bizarro Ujpán, edited and translated by James D. Sexton, Joseño: Another Maya Voice Speaks from Guatemala. Estudios Interdisciplinarios de America Latina y El Caribe, 13, No. 2, 214-216.
Herrera, R. A. (2002). Maureen E. Shea, Culture and Customs of Guatemala. The Historian, 64, No. 4, 779-780.
Herrera, R. A. (2000). Noble David Cook, Born to Die, Disease and New World Conquest, 1492-1650. Ethnohistory, 47, No. 2, 506-508.

Presentations
Refereed Papers at Conferences
Herrera, R. A. (accepted). "'Ashes and Dead Feathers:' Indigenous Resistance Heroes and Counterinsurgency Terror in Modern Guatemala". Paper to be presented at American Historical Association Annual Conference, American Historical Association, Chicago, IL. (International)
Herrera, R. A. (accepted). "'She's All I Have:' The Cult of Santa Muerte in Modern Mexico". Paper to be presented at Latin American Studies Association Annual Conference, Latin American Studies Association, San Francisco, CA. (International)

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Chair, Art History, GPC Sub-Committee (2010).
Member, Grievance Committee (2006–2007).

FSU Department Service
Member, Graduate Committee (2010–present).
Member, Walbolt Dissertation Fellowship Committee (2010–present).
Chair, Alex Aviña Third Year Review Committee (2011–2012).
Member, Salary (2011–2012).
Chair, Target of Opportunity Hire (2011–2012).
Member, Rick Mizelle Third Year Review Committee (2010–2011).
Chair, Search Modern Mexico History (2008–2009).
Chair, Computer Committee, Chair (2003–2009).
Chair, Search US Native American History (2006–2007).
Chair, Search US Latino/a (2005–2006).


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