William Flores, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Spanish Faculty Senate President Single Subject Coordinator – Spanish Program
Office Phone: (951) 343-4646 E-mail: email@example.com Office Location: W.E. James Building, Room 285 Office Hours: Tuesdays 5 PM – 7 PM Thursdays 3:30 PM - 7:30 PM & Also available by appointment.
|Ph.D.||Spanish||University of California at Riverside||2011|
* Professional Teaching License by the Florida Association of Christian Colleges and Schools
* Professional Educator's Certificate by A.C.S.I.
* Capstone Portfolio Courses
* Avant-garde Movements and the Postmodern Novel in Latin America
* Latin American Literature through “Modernismo”
* Colonial Latin American Literature
* Spanish Theater in the 20th Century
* Spanish Literature: Romanticism and Realism
* Spanish Literature: From the Middle Ages to the Golden Age
* Spanish Grammar and Composition
* Intermediate Spanish
* Elementary Spanish
* Spanish for Health Care Professions
* Koine Greek
* Fully Online Spanish classes
Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests
* Latin American Literature (19th and 20th centuries)
* Literary Theory (satiric theory / postcolonialism / narratology / ecocriticism)
* Iberian Literature
* Second Language Acquisition
* Assistant Professor of Spanish, Hyles-Anderson College, Crown Point, Indiana.
* Spanish Teacher, Ocala Christian Academy, Ocala, Florida.
Research, Presentations, & Publications
* Flores, William. “Deconstrucciones teoréticas, desmitificación y voces indígenas: hacia una ecocrítica latinoamericana.” Revista Internacional d'Humanitats 39 Oct. 2016: 43-48. Print.
* Bell-Villada, Gene, Rudyard Alcocer, Nicholas Birns, Juan De Castro, William Flores, Edith Grossman, Zhanna Gurvich, Héctor Hoyos, Regina Janes, María del Mar López-Cabrales, Ignacio López-Calvo, Haley Osborn, Rubén Pelayo, Robert L. Sims, Fernando Valerio-Holguín, Olivia Vázquez-Medina, Marcela Velasco, and Michael Wood. Gabriel García Márquez in Retrospect. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2016. Print.
* Flores, William. Rev. of Ethics of Life: Contemporary Iberian Debates. Forthcoming in Hispania.
* Flores, William. Rev. of Literatura, peronismo y liberación nacional, by Alberto Julián Pérez. Hispania. 99.2 Jun. 2016: 349-351. Print.
* Flores, William. Rev. of Transatlantic Correspondence: Modernity, Epistolarity, and Literature in Spain and Spanish America, 1898-1992, by José L. Venegas. Hispania 98.4 Dec. 2015: 840-841. Print.
* Flores, William. Ecocrítica poscolonial y literatura moderna latinoamericana [Postcolonial Ecocriticism and Modern Latin American Narratives]. Lima: UP of the UNMSM, 2015. Print.
* Flores, William. Rev. of Dancing the New World: Aztecs, Spaniards, and the Choreography of Conquest, by Paul A. Scolieri. Hispania 97.2 Jun. 2014: 335-336. Print.
* Flores, William. Rev. of Hispanic Immigrant Literature: el sueño del retorno, by Nicolás Kanellos. Hispania 95.3 Dec. 2012: 553-554. Print.
* Flores, William. Rev. of Laura Esquivel’s Mexican Fictions: Like Water for Chocolate, The Law of Love, Swift as Desire, Malinche: A Novel, ed. Elizabeth Moore Willingham. Hispania 95.1 Mar. 2012: 180-181. Print.
* Flores, William. Ecosophies, Technology, and Luddism: An Ecocritical Perspective to the Study of The Cosmic Race, Doña Barbara, One Hundred Years of Solitude, The Storyteller, and Mantra. Diss. University of California, Riverside, 2011. Ann Arbor: UMI, 2011. Print.
* Flores, William. “Ecocrítica, colonización y El Arquitecto y el Emperador de Asiria de Fernando Arrabal: Subversión en la tradición satírica.” Hispania 92.4 Dec. 2009: 673-680. Print.
Peer Reviewed Conference Presentations
* “Ecosophies and the Apocalyptic Imagination in One Hundred Years of Solitude.” The 98th Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP), Miami, Florida. July 8-11, 2016.
* “The Objective, the Method, and the Practice: Ideas for the Development of an Upper Division Seminar on Literature and Ecocriticism.” XVII Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispánica, Mérida, México. March 9-11, 2016.
* “The Teaching of Ecocritical Theory and the works of Mario Vargas Llosa, Gabriel García Márquez, José Vasconcelos, Rodrigo Fresán, and Rómulo Gallegos.” The 2016 Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish & Portuguese – Roger Anton Chapter, Fullerton, California. March 5, 2016.
* “The Crisis of Ecology, Global Warming, and the Responsibility of Readers and Scholars of Literature.” The 2015 Guadalajara International Book Fair (FIL Guadalajara 2015), Guadalajara, Republic of México. November 28-December 6.
* “Ecocriticism as a Cross-Disciplinary Effective Tool to Create Positive Change.” The Lima International Book Fair (FIL Lima 2015), Lima, Republic of Perú. July 17-Aug. 2, 2015.
* “Innovative Approaches to the Teaching of Modern Latin American Literature.” The 97th Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP), Denver, Colorado. July 17-20, 2015.
* “Accreditation, and the City College of San Francisco: A Case Study on Governance.” Symposium on Higher Education Administration and Policy, University of California, Riverside. June 1, 2015.
* “Rómulo Gallegos’ Doña Bárbara and José Vasconcelos’ The Cosmic Race: Identifying Latin American Perspectives on the Environment.” XV Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispánica, Antigua, Republic of Guatemala. March 4-6, 2015.
* “Ecocritical Approaches to the Teaching of Nobel Laureate Mario Vargas Llosa.” 2014 Regional AATSP Conference on Hispanic Literature, Moreno Valley College, California. October 11, 2014.
* “Discursos indígenas, deterritorialzación y desmitificación: hacia una ecocrítica latinoamericana.” The 96th Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP), Panama City, Republic of Panama. July 8-11, 2014.
* “Una lectura ecocrítica y análisis de El hablador de Mario Vargas Llosa y Mantra de Rodrigo Fresán’s como novelas posmodernas latinoamericanas.” XIII Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispánica, Cartagena, Republic of Colombia. March 10-15, 2014.
* “Deconstrucciones teoréticas y el proyecto de una ecocrítica latinoamericana [Theoretical Deconstructions and the Project of a Latin American Ecocriticism].” 2013 American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese Conference on Hispanic Literature, University of Redlands, California. October 12, 2013.
* “An Ecocritical Reading of Vargas Llosa’s The Storyteller and The Dream of the Celt.” XII Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispánica, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. March 13-15, 2013.
* “Ecocritical Approaches to the Nobel Laureate Mario Vargas Llosa.” The 94th Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP), San Juan, Puerto Rico. July 7-10, 2012.
* “Ecosofías y antropocentrismo en El hablador de Vargas Llosa.” XI Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispánica, Cusco, Republic of Peru. March 7-9, 2012.
* “Indigenous Discourse and the Myth of the Noble Savage: Colonial Continuity in Environmental Movements.” National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies Conference, San Diego, California. September 29 - October 1, 2011.
* “Ecological Consciousness and Anthropocentric Projects in Vargas Llosa’s The Storyteller.” 2011 AATSP Conference on Portuguese and Hispanic Languages and Literature. Redlands, California. April 23, 2011.
* “Voces indígenas y el mito del ‘noble salvaje’: continuidad colonial en discursos ecocríticos.” X Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispánica, San Juan, Puerto Rico. March 2-5, 2011.
* “The Architect and the Emperor of Assyria of Arrabal: A Dialogical Response to the Discourse of Colonization of the Aborigine and of Nature.” Symposium on Contested Territories: Conflict, Violence, and the Body, University of California, Riverside. November 14, 2009.
* “Arrabal’s Satire: Where Postcolonialism and Ecocriticism Meet.” 2008 American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese Conference on Hispanic Literature, University of Redlands, California. November 15, 2008.
* “Labores, errores y horrores del gobierno aprista 1985-1990.” 2006 Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Redlands, California. November 18, 2006.
* “Diversos estilos de escritura en El árbol de la ciencia de Pío Baroja.” 2006 Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Redlands, California. November 18, 2006.
Church Membership & Activities
* Iglesia Bautista Casa Blanca, Riverside.
Community Service & Involvement
President of the Roger C. Anton Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. 2009-present.
Reader/evaluator for Hispania.
California Baptist University
Faculty Senate Vice President for 2014-2015.
Faculty Senate President for 2013-2014.
Assessment Director for the Spanish Program. 2006-present.
Assessment Representative for the Department of Modern Languages and Literature during the WASC Educational Effectiveness Review 2010.
Drafted approved grant proposal for CBU student scholarships for a total amount of $25,000.00.
Led in the organization of the Spanish Open House, Spanish Club activities, the initiation ceremony of the Hispanic National Collegiate Honor Society Sigma Delta Pi, the World Languages Day, and the Hispanic Heritage Day.
CBU Student Club Sponsor
Interests & Hobbies
"This book of the law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it; for then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have success. Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous! Do not tremble or be dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go."
- Joshua 1:8-9, NASB