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ELIZABETH GAMBLE MILLER
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Trabajos sobre la literatura hispanocanadiense

CRÍTICA DE LA LITERATURA HISPANOCANADIENSE
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    A. TRADUCCIÓN
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      1. Traducciones de obras de autores hispanocanadienses: Nela Rio
      • Elizabeth Gamble Miller ha dedicado gran parte de su extensa labor de traducción a la obra poética y narrativa de_Nela Rio._Su actividad no solamente incluye la publicación de sus traducciones y de sus estudios críticos sobre la obra de_Rio,_sino que también ha presentado ponencias en congresos nacionales e internacionales, ha organizado paneles de traducción dedicados a la poeta, y desde hace más de 18 años participa en The International Bilingual Readings, de la_American Literary Translators Association_con la presencia de_Nela Rio._También ha incorporado la obra de_Rio_en sus clases de literatura en la Southern Methodist University, Dallas (Texas, EE UU).
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      1.1. Reconocimientos otorgados en relación a su traducción de la obra poética y narrativa de Nela Rio
      • Finalista en el Texas Institute of Letters Soeurette Diehl Fraser Award for Best Book of Translation for 2004 por su traducción de_The Space of Light/El espacio de la luz_(29 poemas y 6 cuentos de Nela Rio).
      • Finalista en el Concurso de Traducción de Luz en arte y literatura con la traducción del poema "Time of Permanence/Tiempo de permanencia." Fue publicado en Luz en arte y literatura 11: 93.
      • Finalista del International Quarterly, Crossing Boundaries 1997 Translation Award por su traducción del cuento "Lucrecia". Publicado en Disordered Houses: Surrealism and Beyond 3.1 (Tallahassee, Florida): 95-99.
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      2. Libros
        2.1. Libros bilingües (poesía y prosa). Traducciones al inglés
        • 2004._El espacio de la luz/The Space of Light,_es una selección de 29 poemas y 6 cuentos de_Nela Rio_escritos entre los años 1980 y 2004. Elizabeth Gamble Miller es la traductora y editora. Arte de portada, Espacio de la luz, metáfora visual de_Nela Rio. Broken Jaw Press, Fredericton, Canadá. Lanzamiento en la conferencia de la_American Literary Translators Association, Las Vegas, EEUU, 2004 y en Eastern Oregon University, Oregon, EEUU, 2004. 160 pp. 
        • 2004._Sosteniendo la mirada: cuando las imágenes tiemblan/ Sustaining the Gaze: When Images Tremble / Soutenant le regard: quand les images tremblent,_fotografía de_Brian Atkinson, poesía de_Nela Rio. Traductoras: al inglés, Elizabeth Gamble Miller, al francés, Jill Valéry. Introducción de Joe Blades. Broken Jaw Press, Fredericton, Canadá. Las fotografías de Brian Atkinson incluidas en este libro han sido tomadas en la selva Ixcan, Guatemala, entre 1994 y 1997. Los poemas de_Nela Rio_fueron inspirados por la tradución que hizo en 1983 sobre los testimonios de refugiados guatemaltecos en Chiapas. Broken Jaw Press, Fredericton, Canadá. Lanzamiento  en Canadá: Fredericton, N.B., y en The University of Prince Edward Island, PEI; en el exterior, Granada, Nicaragua, 2005. 62 pp.
        • 2004. Francisca, sin techo/Francisca, Homeless/Francisca, Sans Toit._Nela Rio._DVD multi-media trilingüe. Traductora en francés:_Edith Johnsson Devillers._28 metáforas visuales y texto original en español de Nela Rio. Arts Netlantic y The New Brunswick Arts Board Award.
        • 2003._En las noches que desvisten otras noches / During Nights that Undress Other Nights_de_Nela Rio. Arte de portada, Candelas V, metáfora visual de_Nela Rio. Broken Jaw Press, Fredericton, Canadá. Primer lanzamiento del libro en Canada; segundo Cambridge, Massachussets, EE. UU. 88 pp.
        • 1999. Los espejos hacen preguntas/The Mirrors Ask Questions._“Reflejos, Imágenes y otros encuentros”, ensayo literario de_Nela Rio_sobre la primera poeta de las Américas (siglo XVI) Sor Leonor de Ovando, después de su visita a Santo Domingo, República Dominicana. También incluye quince poemas de Rio, a modo de diálogo, dedicados a Sor Leonor, leídos y grabados en la iglesia Regina Angelorum. Traducción de Elizabeth Gamble Miller. Arte, “Buscando altares en la noche oscura”, “Los espejos hacen preguntas #1 y # 2”; “Pascua de Resurrección”; “Humildad conventual; grandeza cortesana”, metáforas visuales de Rio. Edición para coleccionistas. Gold Leaf Press, Fredericton, Canadá. Primera presentación: 1999 Feria Internacional del libro de Santo Domingo. Pabellón de la Poesía; 1999 International Bilingual Readings,_American Literary Translators Association,_New York, NY, EEUU;  “The Millennium Circle of Women Poets from Latin America and Spain”. Fundación Iberoamericana de Cultura Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C., 1999._62 pp.

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    2.2. "Libros de artista" bilingües (poesía y prosa). Traducciones al inglés
    • 2001. María de la Victoria. Alegoría sobre la represión (las avispas) y el poder de las palabras (el fuego)._Nela Rio._Arte: “Mujer” #1, #2, #3, #4; “Las avispas”; “El grito”, metáforas visuales. Traducción de Elizabeth G. Miller. Edición bilingüe español/inglés. La Candela, Fredericton, Canadá.
    • 2000. Francisca, sin techo/Francisca, Homeless._Nela Rio._Poema en cuatro cantos sobre las mujeres de edad, que viven en las calles. Arte: tres Metáforas Visibles. Edición bilingüe español/inglés La Candela, Fredericton, Canadá. Primera presentación: Raleigh, South Carolina, EEUU.
    • 1997. La voz del silencio/The Voice of Silence/La voix du silence._Nela Rio._Selección de poemas de En las noches que desvisten otras noches... Arte: “Falta una”, metáfora visual. Edición trilingüe. Traducción al francés, Jill Valéry French. La Candela, Fredericton, Canadá. Primera presentación: 1995. Asamblea Plenaria The Twelfth Wichita State University Conference on Continental, Latin American and Francophone Women Writers, Wichita, Kansas, USA.
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      3. Traducciones en antologías y revistas especializadas
      • "The Night of the Thousand Needles/La noche de las mil agujas,"_Nela Rio,_Cuadernario 5,_Registro Creativo,_Asociación Canadiense de Hispanistas._Artista:_Edith Goel;_crítica:_Edith Johnsson Devillers., 2006.
      • "To Isabel, With Respect/A Isabel con respeto," Nela Rio (Argentina), poem, in Ellipse, Canadian Writing in Translation, Argentina-Canada (Fredericton, NB): 70., 2005.
      • "V." "VI," "X," "XI," "XII," "XIV," "XVII," "XXIV," from During Nights That Undress Other Nights, Nela Rio (Argentina), bilingual, titulo del libro Ixbalam Editores S. de R. L. (Tegucigalpa, Honduras): 18-43., 2004.
      • "Marietta at the Angelus," short story, "Malena on the Patio with a Full Moon,"  "Malena en el patio de luna llena," "Tango," "Tango," poems, Nela Rio, in Beacons 9 (SUNY Plattsburg):  2003: 58-61, 74-75.
      • "Oblivion Travels in a Black Car," Nela Rio, short story, in World View, art by Robert Essley, National Peace Corps Association, v. 16, n. 4 (Washington, D.C.) 2003: 51.
      • "María de la Victoria," Nela Rio, short story, in World View, art by Robert Essley National Peace Corps Association, Spring, v. 16. n. 2 (Washington, D.C.) 2003: 49-50.
      • "The Wysteria Garden," "El jardín de las glicinas," Nela Rio, short story, in Torre de papel, v. 11, n. 2/3, The University of Iowa (Iowa City) 2001: 121-131.
      • "Two Poems Nela Rio": “Long Alone,” “Disinherited,” “It Feels Cold,” “Pedestrian Right-of-Way,” ms., the four cantos of “Francisca, Homeless,”  “Tango,” Nela Rio, in World Literature Today, Spring, v. 7, n. 2, The University of Oklahoma (Norman, Oklahoma) 2001: 299, 300.
      • ‘To María,” "Na María," Nela Rio, Tameme New Writing from North America, Sun and Moon, Sol y Luna, v. 1, n. 2, (Los Altos, CA) 2001: 118-121.
      • "Time of Permanence," "Tiempo de permanencia," Nela Rio, in Luz en arte y literatura, n. 11, 1998: 93. Finalist in the 1998 Translation Contest.
      • "VII," "XV," Nela Rio, from "During Nights That Undress Other Nights," bilingual, The League of Canadian Poets (Fredericton, Canada) 1998: 28-31.
      • "Beginning," "Comienzo," "The Rose Garden," "El rosedal," "The Breeze," "La brisa," Nela Rio, in Danger Falling Ice, Writes of Spring, The League of Canadian Poets (Fredericton, Canada) 1997: 28-33.
      • "The Name," "El nombre," poem, Nela Rio, in Luz en arte y literatura, Retratos/Portraits, n. 10 (Tarzana, California) 1997: 28, 29.
      • "The Portrait," "El cuadro,"  Luz en arte y literatura, Retratos/Portraits, n. 10 (Tarzana, California) 1997: 50-51.
      • "Lucrecia," Nela Rio, short story, in International Quarterly, Finalist in Crossing Boundaries 1997 Translation Award, Disordered Houses: Surrealism and Beyond, v. 3, n.1 (Tallahassee, Florida) 1997: 95-99.
      • "Canto XX," "Poema XX," from ms. "During Nights That Undress Other Nights," En las noches que desvisten otras noches, Nela Rio, in Letras Femeninas, vol. XXII 1-2, (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1996: 281-282.
      • "Beginning," "Comienzo," "The Rose Garden," "El rosedal," "The Breeze," "La brisa," Nela Rio (Argentina), in Luz en arte y literatura, Geografías, viajes y otras idas, n. 8, Spring (Tarzana, California) 1995: 32-37.
      • "Lucrecia," Nela Rio, short story in Nashwak Review, Fall (Canada) 1994: 98-100.
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      4. Ensayos
      • "Applying Theory to the Practice of Literary Translation: Contemporary Latin American Authors," Translation Review 69, The University of Texas at Dallas (Richardson, Texas) 2005: 43-48.
      • "Literary Techniques in Nela Rio's En las noches que desvisten otras noches," my translation of the essay published in Spanish in 2002 in Ediciones Nuevo Espacio, is bilingual in En las noches que desvisten otras noches/During Nights That Undress Other Nights, Nela Rio, Broken Jaw Press (Fredericton, Canada) 2003: 68-75.
      • "Perspectivas técnicas en la poesía de Nela Rio," in Reflexiones, ensayos sobre escritoras hispanoamericanas contemporáneas. Colección Academia, Priscilla Gac-Artigas, editora. Ediciones Nuevo Espacio, vol. II, June (New Jersey) 2002: 237-243.
      • “Translator’s Essay for 'To María,' 'Na María,' Nela Rio,” Tameme New Writing from North America, v. 1, n. 2, Spring (Los Altos, California) 2001: 196-198.

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      5. Ponencias
      • • "La poética del desplazamiento en la obra de Nela Rio,"  VII Encuentro Internacional de Escritoras "Rosalía de Castro", Universidad de Vigo, May 2-5, 2006, Baiona, Galicia, Spain. To be published in 2007.
      • “Culture Embedded in Language,” Exhibición Internacional de Poemas de Poetas Iberoamericanos Contemporáneos, March 17-24,  2002. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. 2002. Recording available.
      • "Applying Theory to the Practice of Literary Translation: Contemporary Latin American Authors," Southwest Council of Latin American Studies (SCOLAS), March 22 (March 21-24), 2001, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
      • "Translating Nela Rio's Poetry," panel organizer and presenter. Fundación Cultural Iberoamericana, Oct. 15-17, 1998, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
      • "Translating Culture-Translating Gender," Jornadas Poéticas y Académicas, St. Thomas University and The League of Canadian Poets, New Brunswick, Canada, 1998.
      • “Perspectivas técnicas en la poesía de Nela Rio,” Wichita State University Conference on Continental Latin American and Francophone Women Writers, March, Wichita, Kansas, 1995.
      • “Recursos técnicos de En las noches que desvisten otras noches de Nela Rio," Academia Iberoamericana, (AIP) III Bienal Internacional de Poesía, September 12-20, Madrid, Ubeda, Alicante, Spain.
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      6. Participación en mesas redondas
      • Panelist, "Sound and Translation in Prose and Poetry," 29th Annual American Literary Translators Association, October 22, 2006, Seattle/Bellevue, Washington.
      • Panel Organizer, "Nela Rio, Her Editor and Translators," Joe Blades, Editor, Broken Jaw Press; Translators, Hugh Hazelton and Elizabeth Gamble Miller into English, Jill Valéry and Edith Jonsson-Devillers, into French, American Literary Translators Association, Boston (EE UU), 2003.
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      7. Lecturas bilingües
      • Tango," Nela Rio, (published in World Literature Today, Spring, v. 7, n. 2, The University of Oklahoma (Norman, Oklahoma) 2001: 299, 300) performed  as music composesd by Gary Ewer and sung by Maureen Batt and Melanie Marlin, sopranos, accompanied by Jacob Danson-Faraday on the guitar. James Dunn Theatre in the Dalhousie Arts Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, March 28, 2007.
      • With Nela Rio, "Bella!! Bella!!" a short story, American Literary Translators Association, October 16,  2006. Seattle/Bellevue, Washington.
      • With Nela Rio, "Tango," American Literary Translators Association, Alexis Park Conference Center, October 30, 2004, Las Vegas, Nevada.
      • With Nela Rio, Oregon State University, 2004, "Visual Metaphors Presentation" Nela Rio, Artist, on screen with my translations of Francisca Homeless. On DVD, commentaries on translations for classes, November 1, 2, 3, La Grande, Oregon.
      • Poetry Reading. Guest poet. Los ojos de la luna. This event comes as a corollary of the Summer Course on Escritoras Iberoamericanas given by the Department of Culture of Canning House. Canning House, London, England. June 26, 2002. Presented by Dr._Marta Zabaleta,_Senior Lecturer. School of Arts, Middlesex University, London, Nela Rio reading selections from my translations as Guest Poet, London, England.
      • With Nela Rio, "Francisca Homeless," "Francisca Sin Techo," American Literary Translators Association, October 24-27, 2001. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina.
      • With Nela Rio from During Nights that Undress Other Nights, for Amnesty International Group 422, October 19, 1999  at Borders Café and Books, Springfield, Virginia.
      • With Nela Rio from The Mirrors Ask Questions, The Millennium Circle of Women Poets from Spain and Latin America Conference, October 19, 1999, Washington, D.C.
      • With Nela Rio at the American Literary Translators Association Conference, October 20, 1999, New York City.
      • Nela Rio reading my translations, League of Canadian Poets, Fredericton, N.B., April, and Canadian Hispanists, Sherbrook, June, 1999 from poems to Leonor, ms. "The Mirrors Ask Questions," and musical poems, ms.
      • Reading with Nela Rio at "La escritora hispana: su mundo fragmentado," conference of the Fundación Cultural Iberamericana, Oct. 15-17, 1998Washington, D.C.
      • With Nela Rio, "The Wysteria Garden" "El jardín de las glicinas," Fundación Cultural Iberoamericana, George Washington University, October 17, 1998 Washington, D.C.
      • With Nela Rio, from "Poetry and Other Rhythms," 5 poems inspired by Argentine music, American Literary Translators Association, December 4, 1998Guadalajara, Mexico.
      • Reading with Nela Rio, poems and short stories, 12th Congreso Internacional de Literatura sobre Escritoras Femeninas de Lenguas Extranjeras, Wichita State University, April 6-8, 1995Wichita, Kansas.
      • Reading with Nela Rio, four poems from En el umbral del atardecer, American Literary Translators Association (ALTA), University of New Mexico, November, Albuquerque. 1994.
      • Reading with Nela Rio, five poems from During Nights That Undress Other Nights. American Literary Translators Association, University of Pittsburgh, October 28-31, 1992. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
        • Nela Rio reading my translations of poetry and prose on eleven occasions in multiple venues.
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      8. Reconocimiento (créditos, reseñas, selecciones para libros de texto, entrevistas, noticias en periódicos)
      • 2006._The Novascotian/Books quotes the first poem of During Nights That Undress Other Nights, as read in The Space of Light, and characterizes the poetry by its "tone of bitter surrealism."




B. LABOR COMO PROMOTORA CULTURAL
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      1. Organizadora y traductora de conferencias y lecturas bilingües
      • Invited Writer: Nela Rio
      • Sponsors included Casa de España, individual universities: University of Texas at Dallas (UTD), Texas Christian University (TCU), University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), The University of Houston (UH), Baylor University, American Literary Translators Association, Mundo Cultural Hispano, Southern Methodist University (SMU) Dedman College, Foreign Languages and Literatures, and Spanish Club. Videos were made available in the SMU Media Center Library for future classes.
      • Nela Rio at SMU, UTA, TCU, UTD., 1992.
      • Video of the Recital at Southern Methodist University (SMU) Dedman College, Foreign Languages and Literatures, is available.
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      2. Uso de la obra literaria de Nela Rio en clases de literatura
      • From 1992 to 2000, poems and short stories by Nela Rio have been part of the  required texts in courses of Advanced Spanish Language, Translation courses and seminars, and Spanish American Literature. Department of Foreing Languages and Literatures, Southern Methodist University, Dallas. Students essays and reports on Nela Rio poems and short stories are part of the collection of research and translations belonguin to Elizabeth Gamble Miller.
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      3. Presentación multimedia
      • Video of the Recital of Nela Rio at Southern Methodist University (SMU) Dedman College, Foreign Languages and Literatures, is available.
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