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Transcript of CURRICULUM VITAE - UCLA History · PDF file CURRICULUM VITAE TEOFILO F. RUIZ Address: 1557 S....

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    Address: 1557 S. Beverly Glen Blvd. Apt. 304, Los Angeles, CA 90024 Telephone: (310) 470-7479; fax 470-7208 (fax)

    E-mail: HIGHER EDUCATION: City College, C.U.N.Y., B.A. History, Magna Cum Laude. June 1969 New York University, M.A. History Summer 1970 Princeton University, Ph.D. History January 1974 TEACHING CAREER:

    Distinguished professor of History and of Spanish and Portuguese 2012 to present • Faculty Director, International Education Office 2010-2013 • Chair, Department of Spanish and Portuguese 2008 to 2009 • Professor of History, University of California at Los Angeles 1998 to 2012 • Visiting Professor for Distinguished Teaching, Princeton University 1997-98 • Professor, Department of History, Graduate Center, C.U.N.Y. 1995-98 • Tow Professor of History at Brooklyn College 1993-95 • Director of The Ford Colloquium at Brooklyn College 1992-95 • Visiting Professor, Princeton University, Spring 1995 • Visiting Martin Luther King Jr. Professor, Michigan State University Spring 1990 • Visiting Professor, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) Winter 1990 • Professor of History, Brooklyn College 1985-98 • Professor of Spanish Medieval Literature, Ph.D. Program in Spanish and Portuguese, Graduate Center, C.U.N.Y. 1988-98 • Associate Professor, History, Brooklyn College 1981-85 • Visiting Assistant Professor, History, Princeton University Spring 1975 • Assistant Professor, History, Brooklyn College 1974-81 • Instructor, History, Brooklyn College 1973-74 • Teaching Assistant, History, Princeton University Spring 1973 HONORS, FELLOWSHIPS, ELECTIONS, AND LECTURESHIPS: Doctor Honoris causa: University of Cantabria (Spain), April 2017

    Festschrift, Authority and Spectacle in Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Essays in Honor of Teofilo F. Ruiz (New York: Routledge, 2017) Knapp Visiting Chair in the Humanities, University of San Diego,

    February 2017 Welmann Term Chair in History, 2016-19 Peter Reill Term Chair in History, 2012-2015

    Plenary Speaker at the Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of the Pacific (Reno, Nevada, 2015); the annual meeting of the ASPHS

    (the Johns Hopkins University, 2015); the 25th Anniversary meeting of the History-Social Science Project (University of California, Irvine, 2015); The St. Louis University’s Annual medieval Studies meeting

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    (St. Louis University, 2016) Appleby memorial lecture. San Diego State University (18 April 2014

    Distinguished Visiting Professor at Universidad de Cantabria and University of Comillas (Santander, Spain), 13 to 28 March 2014 • Inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 2013 (for life) • Elected fellow of the Medieval Academy of America 2013 (for life)

    Re-elected to the ACLS Board of Directors 2013-17 Advisory Committee, Junipero Serra Exhibit, Huntington Library 2012-13

    • Inducted into PBK at Dartmouth College 2012 • PBK Lecturer of the Year 2012-13 • Faculty Research Lecturer, UCLA 2011-12 • National Humanities Medal 2011-12 • Elected to the Société nationale des Antiquaires de France 2012 (for life) • PBK Lecturer of the Year 2011-12 • Appointed Outside Reviewer for the European Research Council 2009- • Elected to the ACLS Board of Directors 2009-2017 • Distinguished Teacher Award, UCLA 2008 • Member of Advisory Board of the Wende Museum (LA) 2008 onwards • John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship 2007-08 • Elected Vice-President of the American Historical Association. 2005-08 Research Division • Elected president of the American Academy of Research Historians of 2005-08 • Medieval Spain • Clark Library Professor 2002-03 • Emma Willard 175th Anniversary Lectureship 2002 • Wolfe Institute Fellowship 1996-97 • PSC-CUNY Research Award 1996-97 • Premio del Rey, The AHA Biennial Award for Best Book on Spanish History 1995 • “Outstanding Master’s Universities and Colleges Professor of the Year,” chosen by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching 1994-95 • Faculty, NEH Seminar, Mexico June, 1995 • Tow Professor of History, Brooklyn College 1993-95 • Director of Studies, École des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris, France January 1993 • Faculty, Community College Association, NEH Seminar, The Johns Hopkins University 1992 • CUNY Research Travel Grant Summer 1990 • Faculty, NEH Seminar, Essex Community College June 1990 • Faculty, NEH Seminar, UCLA July 1989 • Member, Screening Committee, ACLS 1988 • Lecturer, International Workshops (Ettore Majorana). Erice, Italy Sept., 1988 • Member, Selection Committee, “Spain and America in the Vth Centenary of the Discovery,” Spanish Government 1988 • Faculty, NEH Institute, Fordham University 22/6-31/7 1987 • Lecturer, NEH Seminar, Newberry Library 9-12 June 1987 • Director of Study, École des hautes études en sciences sociales. Paris, France January 1987 • Member, Action Thematique Programmée (ATP) of the Centre National de Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) on the Genesis of the Modern State. Spain 1985-89 • Visiting Fellow, Antiquary Lectures, Denys Hay Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance History, University of Edinburgh January 1986 • Member, Fulbright Area Commission 1986-89

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    • Member, Executive Committee SSPHS 1985-87 • Travel Grant (ACLS) Summer 1985 • Member, The Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey 1983-84 • National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship 1983-84 • Director of Study, École des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris, France January 1983 • Scholar Incentive Award, CUNY 1983-84 • Faculty Research Award, CUNY, for travel to Spain 1983-84 • Danforth Associate Program Fellow 1978-84 • American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship (ACLS) 1979-80 • NEH Fellowship (declined) 1979-80 • Faculty Research Award, for research in Spain 1979-80 • Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship at the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies 1975-76 • Faculty Research Award, CUNY, for travel and research in Spain 1975-76 • NDEA Fellowship, Princeton University 1970-73 • Martin Luther King Fellowship, New York University 1969-70 • Phi Beta Kappa, CCNY PUBLICATIONS—WORK PUBLISHED, IN PROGRESS, AND FORTHCOMING: BOOKS: The Western Mediterranean and the World: 400 to the Present (New York: Wiley & Sons, 2018). Spanish Society, 1348-1700 (New York: Routledge, 2017). This is a much expanded version (two additional chapters and added century of my 2001 book. Discursos de sangre y parentesco en Castilla durante la Baja Edad Media y la Epoca Moderna (Santander, Spain: Editorial Universidad Cantabria, 2015). Short book. A King’s Travels: Festivals, Spectacles, and Power in Late Medieval and Early Modern Spain (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2012). Selected by Choice as one of the notable book of the year. Viajes apostolicos de California de los religiosos de Propaganda Fide, del Colegio de San Fernando de Mexico por Junipero Serra y Fr. Juan Crespi, edited by Angel Luis Encinas and Teofilo F. Ruiz. Prologo y transcripción de Encinas Epilogo de T. F. Ruiz (Madrid: Miraguano Ediciones, 2011). The Terror of History: On the Uncertainties of Life in the Western World (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2011). Co-edited with Gabriel Piterberg and Geoffrey Symcox, Braudel Revisited: The Mediterranean World 1600-1800 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010). Spain: Centuries of Crisis, 1300-1474 (Oxford: Blackwell, 2007). Spanish translation published by Crítica, Barcelona, 2008. Nominated for the best book about Spanish medieval history and literature by the journal La Coronica. Co-author with Robin Winks, Medieval Europe and the World (New York: Oxford University Press, 2005). From Heaven to Earth: The Reordering of Castilian Society in the Late Middle Ages, 1150-1350 (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004).

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    Spanish Society, 1400 - 1600 (Longman: London, 2001). Spanish translation, La sociedad española, 1400-1600 (Crítica: Barcelona, 2002). This is a slightly revised translation of my Spanish Society, 1400- 1600. Crisis and Continuity: Land and Town in Late Medieval Castile (University of Pennsylvania Press: Philadelphia, 1994). (Awarded the “Premio del Rey” by the American Historical Association in 1995.) The City and the Realm: Burgos and Castile in the Late Middle Ages (London: Variorum Reprints, 1992). This is a collection of some of my previously published articles on Burgos and Castile. Co-author, 516 pp. Burgos en la Edad Media (Valladolid, 1984). Sociedad y poder real en Castilla (Barcelona