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    José Anazagasty Rodríguez


    Universidad de Puerto Rico

    Recinto Universitario de Mayagüez

    Facultad de Artes y Ciencias

    Departamento de Ciencias Sociales

    P.O. Box 9266

    Mayagüez, Puerto Rico

    Phone:

    Office: (787) 832-4040 ext 2499



    Cell Phone: (787) 308-5246

    Email: jose.anazagasty@upr.edu




    EDUCATION





      1. B.A., University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez, Social Science

      1. M.A. Washington State University, Sociology

    2001-2004 Ph.D. Washington State University, American Studies
    ACADEMIC AWARDS
    Graduated Magna Cum Laude, University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez, 1995

    American Sociological Association Minority Fellowship, 1995-1998


    RESEARCH INTERESTS
    Environmental sociology, American Studies, production of nature, social theory, Latino/a and Latin American studies, colonial/postcolonial studies.
    PUBLICATIONS

    DOCTORAL DISSERTATION

    Anazagasty-Rodríguez, J. (2004). The making of the “garden spot of the world”: United States imperialism, imperial rhetoric and the capitalist production of nature in Puerto Rico, 1898-1910. Doctoral Dissertation, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington.




    MASTER’S THESIS
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (1999). Examining Levels of Support for the Environmental Movement: A Cross-National Study. Master’s thesis, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington.

    PUBLISHED PAPERS
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (????). “The Music is Weird”: American Texts and the Devaluation of Puerto Rican Music. Submitted to Americana.
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (2006). Revaluing Nature: Environmental Justice Pedagogy, Environmental Justice and the Textual Economies of Nature. Atenea 26 (1): 93-113
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (2002). Colonial capitalism, hegemony and youth praxis in Puerto Rico: Fiel a la Vega’s rock en español. Latin American Music Review. 23 (1), 79-105.
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (2000). “El carbón es muerte”: The politics of energy-related technologies. In M. Pizarro (Ed.), Chicana/o Latina/o studies for the 21st century: New perspectives on mentorship and research (pp. 39-69). Washington State University.
    Gutiérrez Sánchez, J. and Anazagasty-Rodríguez, J. (December 1995). Los desastres y la prensa: Análisis de contenido [Disasters and the press: A content analysis] Atenea 1: 141-156.


    BOOK CHAPTERS
    Anazagasty-Rodríguez, J. (Forthcoming in 2009). “El Dollar es Más Serio”: La Moneda y la Modernidad Anhelada en Cartas Abiertas para el Pueblo de Puerto Rico de Rafael López Landrón. Forthcoming in Las Vanguardias Puertorriqueñas edited by Amarilis Carrero Peña & Carmen Rivera

    EDITED BOOKS
    Anazagasty-Rodríguez, J. & Cancel, M.R. (2008). “We the People”: La Representación Americana de los Puertorriqueños, 1898-1926. San Juan: EMS Editores.


    OTHER PUBLICATIONS
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (2005). Voces en contra de la producción de organismos transgénicos. Dialogo. 46-47
    Anazagasty-Rodríguez, J. (2001). “Prohíbido olvidar” [It is forbidden to forget]. El Gato. 13 (1): 8-9. http://cub.wsu.edu/chilat/el_gato.htm
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (1998). Y toda la brisa sabe a mi Puerto Rico. [And the entire breeze tastes like my Puerto Rico]. Revista Patria. http://www.angelfire.com/ne/patria/index.html.
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (1998). A very short story of a colonial guasábara in Puerto Rico. Revista Patria. http://www.angelfire.com/ne/patria/index.html.

    BOOK REVIEWS
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J Review of the book Literatura y Narrativa Puertorriqueña de Mario R. Cancel (Bitacora Profesional del escritor Mario R. Cancel http://mariorcancel.blogspot.com/, 2007).
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J Review of the book Nacionalismo Revolucionario Puertorriqueño by Michael González Cruz. (Plaza Crítica, 2006, Volume 2, Number 2).
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J Technical Review of the textbook Ciencia Social: Un Introducción al Estudio de la Sociedad for Pearson Education (2005)
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J Review of the book Political Ecology: An integrative approach to geography and environment-development studies. (Society and Natural Resources, August 2005, Volume 18, Number 7: 674-75)
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J Review of the book American empire: Roosevelt’s geographer and the prelude to globalization. (2003, Megh Barta).
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J Technical Review of the textbook Social Prisms: Reflections on Everyday Myths and Paradoxes for Pine Forge Press (June 2003).
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J Review of the book Kicking off the bootstraps: Environment, development, and community power in Puerto Rico. (September 1999). Journal of Developing Societies 15.
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J Review of the book Coping with technological change. (September 1999). Journal of Developing Societies 15.

    PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS AND COLLOQIUMS


    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (February 2007). Presentation of Mario R. Cancel’s book Historias Marginales: Otros Rostros de Jano at RUM, Mayagüez, Puerto Rico.
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (November 2006). Presentation of Michael González’s book Nacionalismo Revolucionario Puertorriqueño at RUM, Mayagüez, Puerto Rico.
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (2006). Agricultural Biotechnologies, Imperialism and the Struggle for Environmental Justice in Latin America. Paper presented at the 26th Annual Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (2004). La capitalización del “jardín de la tierra: Las narrativas de viaje estadounidenses y su economía textual de la naturaleza en Puerto Rico, 1898-1917” Paper presented at the Department of Social Sciences’ “Tertulias,” UPR-Mayagüez.
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (2004). Tomás Borge and the Sandinista ecology. Paper presented at the Globalization and the Environmental Justice Movement Symposium, Tucson, Arizona
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (2003). Imperial Musicology: U.S. colonial rhetoric and the devaluing of Puerto Rican music. Paper presented at Encuentros, WSU-Pullman, WA.
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (2002). Capitalist nature. Paper presented at the Pacific Northwest American Studies Association Annual Meeting, Spokane, WA.
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (2001). Dieting Prometheus: The local, the global and the problem of spatial scaling. Paper presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA.
    Dunlap, R. and Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (August 2000). Environmental activism in the Americas: A comparison of public perceptions and actions in Brazil, Canada, Mexico and the United States. Paper presented at the World Congress of the International Rural Sociological Association, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (1996). Environmental disasters and the political economy of the environment: Towards a sustainable reduction of disasters. Paper presented at the 91st Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York [roundtable].

    Gutiérres Sánchez, J., Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. and Castro, M. El rol de la prensa en situaciones de desastre [The role of the press in disaster situations]. Paper Presented at the Conferencia Sobre Riesgos Naturales, San Juan, PR.

    WORKSHOPS


    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (October 2009). Moderator of Panel Imagining the Caribbean Through Geographies and Identities. Repensando el Manglar: Segundo Simposio de Practicas Críticas en Estudios Culturales Caribeños. RUM: Mayagüez.
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (October 2002). Facilitator of the Workshop Songs for Action. Children of Aztlán Sharing Higher Education (C.A.S.H.E.), Pullman, Washington.
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (October 2002). Facilitator of the Workshop Studying for Action. Children of Aztlán Sharing Higher Education (C.A.S.H.E.), Pullman, Washington.

    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (October 2001). Facilitator of the Workshop Looking at Other People’s World: Understanding Social Location. Children of Aztlán Sharing Higher Education (C.A.S.H.E.), Pullman, Washington.


    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. (October 2001). Facilitator of the Workshop Latin American Music and the Politics of Resistance. Children of Aztlán Sharing Higher Education (C.A.S.H.E.), Pullman, Washington.
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. and Cuevas, María. (October 1999). Facilitators of the workshop Power of Hope in Community. Children of Aztlán Sharing Higher Education (C.A.S.H.E.), Pullman, Washington.
    Anazagasty Rodríguez, J. and Maldonado, M. (April 1998). Facilitators of the workshop Environmental Activism and Advocacy. Puerto Rican Cultures for Teachers and Researchers Training Institute. Annual Meeting of The Society for Applied Anthropology, San Juan, PR.

    TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS


    2009-2010 Assistant Professsor, University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez, Department of Social Sciences. Responsibilities included teaching the following courses:
    Introduction to Sociology (Fall 2009; 4 sections)

    Sociological Research (Fall 2009; 1 section, ad honorem)


    2008-2009 Assistant Professsor, University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez, Department of Social Sciences. Responsibilities included teaching the following courses:
    Introduction to Social Sciences (Spring 2009; 2 sections)

    Social and Cultural Change (Spring 2009; 2 sections)

    Independent Research 1(Spring 2009; ad honorem)

    Independent Research 1(Spring 2009; ad honorem)

    Human Geography (Fall 2008; 2 sections)

    Introduction to Sociology (Fall 2008; 2 sections)

    Introduction to Sociology 2 (Fall 2008; ad honorem)

    Contemporary Social Problems (Fall 2008; ad honorem)

    Independent Research 1 (Fall 2008; ad honorem)

    2007-2008 Assistant Professsor, University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez, Department of Social Sciences. Responsibilities included teaching the following courses:

    Contemporary Social Theory (Spring 2008; 2 sections)

    Social and Cultural Change (Spring 2008; 2 sections)

    Social and Cultural Change (Fall 2007; one section ad honorem)

    Introduction to Sociology (Fall 2007; 2 sections)

    Social Organization in Latin America (Fall 2007)

    Independent Study I (Fall 2007)

    Independent Study II (Fall 2007)

    2006-2007 Assistant Professsor and Department's Provisional Chair, University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez, Department of Social Sciences.

    Responsibilities include manage the department and teaching the following courses:

    History of Social Thought (Spring 2007)

    Independent Study I (SOCI; Spring 2007; ad honorem)

    Independent Study II (SOCI; Spring 2007; ad honorem)

    Independent Study I (CIPO; Spring 2007; ad honorem)

    Independent Study II (CIPO; Spring 2007; ad honorem)

    Special Topics in Political Science (Spring 2007; ad honorem)

    History of Social Thought (Fall 2006)

    Social Organization in Latin America (Fall 2006)

    2005-2006 Assistant Professor and Department’s Coordinator of Student Affairs, University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez, Department of Social Sciences

    Responsibilities include teaching the following course:

    History of Social Thought (Fall 2005)

    Introduction to Sociology (Fall, 2005)

    Social Problems in the Contemporary World (Fall 2005)

    Responsibilities also include Academic Counseling

    2004-2005 Assistant Professor and Department’s Coordinator of Student Affairs, University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez, Department of Social Sciences

    Responsibilities include teaching the following course:

    Social Structure of Puerto Rico (Spring 2005)

    Contemporary Social Theory (Spring 2005)

    History of Social Thought (Fall, 2004)

    Introduction to Sociology (Fall, 2004)

    Contemporary Social Theory (Spring 2005)

    Contemporary Social Problems (Spring 2005)

    Independent Study I (Sociology; Spring 2005)

    Responsibilities also include Academic Counseling

    2003-2004 Teaching Instructor and Department’s Coordinator of Student Affairs, University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez, Department of Social Sciences

    Responsibilities include teaching the following course:

    Social and Cultural Change (Spring, 2004)

    Contemporary Social Theory (Spring, 2004)

    Introduction to the Social Sciences (Fall, 2003)

    Responsibilities also include Academic Counseling

    2003 Teaching Instructor, Washington State University, American Studies Program

    Responsibilities included teaching the following course:

    Ecological Issues and American Nature Writing (Summer, 2003)


    2003 Teaching Instructor, Washington State University, Department of Comparative American Cultures.

    Responsibilities included teaching the following courses:

    Introduction to Comparative American Cultures (Spring 2003)

    Introduction to Chicano Studies (Spring 2003, Summer 2003).




      1. Teaching Instructor, Washington State University, Department of Comparative American Cultures.

    Responsibilities included teaching the following courses:

    Introduction to Comparative American Cultures (Fall 2001, Spring 2002, Fall 2002)

    Comparative Latino/a Cultures (Fall 2002)

    La Chicana in U.S. Society (Summer 2002)

    1999-2001 Teaching Instructor, Washington State University, Department of Sociology

    Responsibilities included teaching the following courses:

    Social Problems (Spring 2001)

    Introduction to Sociology (Spring 1999 –Fall 1999)


    1998 Teaching Assistant, Washington State University, Department of Sociology

    Responsibilities included assisting the following courses:

    Introduction to Sociology (with Lisa McIntyre), Fall 1998
    1997-1998 Teaching Assistant, Washington State University, Department of Comparative American Cultures. Responsibilities included assisting the following courses:

    Introduction to Comparative American Cultures (with Kelly Ervin), Spring 1998.

    Introduction to Comparative American Cultures (with Yolanda Flores- Nieman),

    Fall 1997.


    1995-1997 Teaching Assistant, Washington State University, Department of Sociology

    Responsibilities included assisting the following courses:

    Introduction to Social Research (with Riley E. Dunlap), spring 1997

    Human Issues in International Development (with David Sonnendfel), Fall 1996.

    Media and Society (with Mike Allen), spring 1996

    Sociology of Religion (with Armand Mauss), Fall 1995





        1. Research Assistant, University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez, Disaster Research Lab at the Center for Applied Social Research.

    COMMITEES

    2007-2009 Comité de Educación Subgraduada. Facultad de Artes y Ciencias. UPR-RUM.
    2007- Comité de Asuntos Estudiantiles. Departamento de Ciencias Sociales.
    2007-2009 Comité de Transición Departamento de Psicología. Departamento de Ciencias Sociales.
    2007- Comité Organizador de Simposio de Retos Sociales. Departamento de Ciencias Sociales.
    2007 Colaborador de Junta Coordinadora de Diez para la Década. Sistema Central UPR.
    2007 Comité Organizador del Primer Simposio de Retos Sociales: Violencia y Criminalidad en Puerto Rico. Departamento de Ciencias Sociales.
    2006 Comité de Conferencias Magistrales
    2004 -2007 Comité de Avalúo. Departamento de Ciencias Sociales.

    2005-2007 Comité NCATE.


    PROFESIONAL GROWTH AND TRAINING

    2009 Moodle Migration Sprint. IDEAL RUM (1.5 contact hours)


    2009 Creación de Blogs para Manejo de Cursos. IDEAL RUM (1.5 contact hours).
    2009 Como ofrecer examines en línea y como evitar que los estudiantes se copien. IDEAL RUM (1.5 contact hours)
    2008 Creación de Tutoriales Interactivos Mediante Wink. IDEAL RUM (1.5 contact hours)
    2008 Atlas Ti. CES(5 contact hours)
    2007 Action Research and Appreciative Inquiry: Developing Strategies for Positive Change on Your Campus and in Your Commmunity. Proyecto Acceso y Exito (7 horas contacto)
    2007 Creación y Desarrollo de Cuestionarios en Línea con ININWEB Questionnaire System. IDEAL RUM (1.5 hours)
    2006 6to Taller de Gerencia Académica.UPR-RUM (3 contact hours)
    2005 Taller Software Libre y Enseñanza Complementada por Internet. IDEAL RUM (1.5 hours)
    2004 Taller de Adiestramiento para la Redacción de Propuestas de Investigación. Departamento de Ciencias Sociales (6 contact hours)
    2004 Taller ¿Por qué los más inteligentes no siempre triunfan?: Inteligencia Emocional. UPR-RUM (3 contact hours).
    2004 Taller Desarrollo e Implementación de Técnicas de Avalúo dentro del Salón de Clase. IDEAL (1.5 contact hours)
    2003 Orientación a Profesores de Nueva Contratación. UPR-RUM .

    ORGANIZATIONAL MEMBERSHIP


    2006-2007 Member of the Latin American Studies Association.
    2002-2003 Pacific Northwest American Studies Association.


      1. Member of the Chicano/Latino Graduate Student Association (CAMARADAS).

    Washington State University. As part of CAMARADAS I occupied the following positions:
    Public Relations (1997-1999)

    Vice- President (1996-1997)

    Editor of ¡Levantemonos! : A News/letter from CAMARADAS


      1. Member of Video Information and Empowerment Warriors (4D-VIEW).

    1993-1995 Member of Unión Estudiantil de Sociología (UES). University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez. As member of UES I occupied the following positions:


    Vice-President (1995)

    President (1994)


    OTHER ACTIVITIES
    2007 Modelo Organización de Estados Americanos (OEA) para estudiantes Universitarios, auspiciado por la OEA.
    2006 Provisional Chair, Department of Social Sciences, UPR-RUM.
    2005-2006. Coordinator Sociology Section. Department of Social Sciences. UPR-RUM.
    2005 Organizing Committee of the 5to Coloquio Nacional sobre Mujeres (March 1 to 7; UPR-RUM).
    2004 Participation of Casa Abierta. Department of Social Sciences. UPR-

    RUM.
    2001 Member of the Editorial Collective of Dis/Content: A Journal of Theory and Practice


    1993 Participant of the American Sociological Association’s Minority Opportunity Summer Training at the University of Michigan.

    GRANTS

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