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Name: Rosalie Sitman, Ph.D.


I.D. 17410143
Faculty of Humanities, Dept. of Foreign Languages
Home Address: Kehilat Warsha 68, Tel Aviv 69702. Phone No.: 03 - 6477480

Work: 03 - 6407009


Date/Place of Birth: 24/3/56 - Chile Date of Arrival in Israel: 31/7/78
Marital Status: Married No. of Children: Three

A. EDUCATION


1974 - 77: OXFORD University, Modern Languages, BA, 1977

Oxford, England


1977 - 78: KING'S College, Postgraduate Certitificate, PGCE, 1978

University of LONDON, in Education

London, England
1980: OXFORD University, Modern Languages, MA, 1980

Oxford, England


1994 - 99: TEL AVIV University, Latin American History, MA thesis equivalent,

1999
1999 – 2001: TEL AVIV University, Latin American History, Ph.D., 2002

Supervisor: Prof. Tzvi Medin

B. ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE


1979 - 1995: TEL AVIV University, Dept. of Foreign Languages,

"Madrich", Coordinator ENGLISH Courses


1983 - 1998: TEL AVIV University, Dept. of Foreign Languages,

"Madrich/Moreh", Coordinator SPANISH Courses


1998 – Present: "Martzeh", Coordinator SPANISH Courses
1989 - 1991: TEL AVIV University, Association of Graduates in the Social

Sciences and the Humanities, COPY EDITOR (English) of



International Problems, journal of the above

Association


1990 - 2000: TEL AVIV University, School of History, COPY EDITOR of

E.I.A.L. (Estudios Interdisciplinarios de América

Latina y el Caribe), journal in Spanish, English and Portuguese
1998 – Present: TEL AVIV University, Dept. of Foreign Languages, MEMBER

of the Foreign Languages Academic Committee


2000 – Present: TEL AVIV University, School of History, CO-EDITOR of

E.I.A.L. (Estudios Interdisciplinarios de América

Latina y el Caribe), journal in Spanish, English and Portuguese
2002 – Present: TEL AVIV University, Institute of Latin American History and

Culture, MEMBER of the Scientific Committee

C. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
a. Curriculum Design:
1983 - present: TEL AVIV University, Curriculum Design, Spanish Courses

Beginners/Advanced


1985: DEGEM Systems, Tel Aviv, Courseware Design (English/Spanish)
1987 - 1989: IDEA/Van Leer Foundation, Curriculum Design Consultant,

Spanish for Business


1990 - 1991: TEL AVIV University, Curriculum Design, Spanish for Tourism
1993 - 1996: TEL AVIV University, Curriculum Design, Basic English Courses

Besisi/Besisi II

1999 – 2001: TEL AVIV University/Cervantes Institute, Curriculum Design, Teacher

Training Course, Spanish


1999 – Present: TEL AVIV University, Curriculum Design, Higher Spanish

Course for Proficient/Exempted Students


b. Computer Assisted Instruction:
1979 - Present: TEL AVIV University, Dept. of Foreign Languages, Member of pilot

team that supervised and implemented the introduction of

PLATO C.A.I.
Courseware Design and Implementation in the Language Centre
In-service demonstrations of the use of technology in the

classroom


TEL AVIV University, Distance Learning Pilot Project, Spanish
2000 – Present: TEL AVIV University/ University of BARCELONA,

CO-COORDINATOR, Telecollaboration Project, Spanish as a

Foreign Language for Teacher Trainees and Students
c. Translating/Interpreting/Moderating:
1987: TEL AVIV University, translated Dr. Roberta Salper's book on the Spanish

writer Ramón del Valle-Inclán from English into Spanish


1989: EDITOR, Spanish-Hebrew, Hebrew-Spanish Dictionary, PROLOG Publishers,

Ramat Gan


1990: EDITOR, Spanish-Hebrew Conversation Guide, PROLOG Publishers,

Ramat Gan


1990: TEL AVIV University, School of History, translated from Hebrew and

English into Spanish the abstracts of the lectures delivered at the

encounter with the Spanish and Latin American diplomatic corps
1991: TEL AVIV University, Public Relations Dept., simultaneous translation

from Spanish into Hebrew and Hebrew into Spanish at encounter with

Spanish and Latin American intellectuals
1991: TEL AVIV University, Dept. of Philosophy, simultaneous translation from

English into Spanish and Spanish into English of interview between

the Vice-Rector of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia and Prof.

Ben-Ami Scherfstein


1991: TEL AVIV University, Genia Schreiber Art Gallery, Spanish and Catalan

consultant for Miró Exhibition


1994: TEL AVIV University, Genia Schreiber Art Gallery, simultaneous translation

from English into Spanish and Spanish into English, and from Hebrew

into Spanish and Spanish into Hebrew, Prof. Moti Omer's lecture

and encounter with newspaper editors from Spain and Latin America


1994: TEL AVIV University, Sourasky Central Library, MODERATOR, opening of

Bolívar Exhibition with the Venezuelan Ambassador Mr. Gerbassi

and Prof. Shlomo Ben Ami
1995: TEL AVIV University, simultaneous translation from Spanish into Hebrew

and Hebrew into Spanish, and from English into Hebrew and Hebrew

into English at encounter with media personalities from Spain

and Latin America


1995: TEL AVIV University, MODERATOR, encounter with Latin American

writers, Wiener Library


1996: BEIT ARIELA Library, Tel Aviv, MODERATOR and

ACADEMIC CONSULTANT, First Poetry Reading of Spanish and

Latin American poets, Association of Writers in Spanish of Israel
1997: TEL AVIV University, MODERATOR, encounter with Latin American

writers, Dan David Bldg.

1997: TEL AVIV University, MODERATOR, roundtable, International Colloquium:

Education and Politics in Latin America, School of History


1997: ALCALÁ DE HENARES University, MODERATOR, VIII International

Congress of ASELE, Spain


1998: TEL AVIV University, MODERATOR, International Colloquium: Film,

Politics and Identity in Latin America, School of History


1998: TEL AVIV University, MODERATOR, encounter with Mexican writer, Naftali

Bldg.
1999: TEL AVIV University, MODERATOR, IX Congress of the

International Federation of Latin American and Caribbean Studies (FIEALC),

School of History


1999: CÁDIZ University, MODERATOR, X International Congress of ASELE,

Spain
2000: TEL AVIV University, MODERATOR, International Colloquium: 500 Years

Since the Discovery of Brazil, Institute of Latin American History and Culture
2000: TEL AVIV University, MODERATOR, International Symposium on Latin

America and Hegemonic Discourse: On the Responsibility of Intellectuals,

Institute of Latin American History and Culture
2001: VALENCIA University, MODERATOR, XII International Congress of

ASELE, Spain


2001: University of WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE, Conference on The Jewish

Diaspora in Latin America, consecutive translation from Spanish into English

D. ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS
1982: Israel Association of Applied Linguistics Conference, HAIFA University, Israel

(one paper)


1993: Technology in the Classroom Workshop, TEL AVIV University, Israel

(one paper)


1993: IV International Congress of the Association of Teachers of Spanish

as a Foreign Language (ASELE), Madrid, Spain

(one paper)

1994: V International Congress of ASELE, Santander, Spain

(one paper)
1995: First Encounter of Spanish Teachers in Israel, HAIFA University, Israel

(one paper)


1995: VI International Congress of ASELE, León, Spain

(two papers)


1996: Spanish Workshop with the Cervantes Institute, Levinsky Teacher

Training College, Tel Aviv, Israel


1996: VII International Congress of ASELE, Almagro, Spain

(two papers)


1998: IX International Congress of ASELE, Santiago de Compostela,

Spain


(two papers)
1998: Spanish Workshop, University of BARCELONA, Spain

(one paper)


1998: Foreign Languages Didactic Seminar, TEL AVIV University

(one paper)


1999: X International Congress of ASELE, Cádiz, Spain

(one paper)


1999: IX Congress of the International Federation of Latin American and

Caribbean Studies (FIEALC), TEL AVIV University

(two papers)
1999: First Spanish Teacher Training Workshop, TEL AVIV University/Cervantes

Institute

(one paper)
2000: Second Spanish Teacher Training Workshop, TEL AVIV University/

Cervantes Institute

(one paper)
2000: Foreign Languages Didactic Seminar, TEL AVIV Univ.

(one paper)


2001: Third Spanish Teacher Training Workshop, TEL AVIV Univ./

Cervantes Institute

(one paper)
2001: The Jewish Diaspora in Latin America. Conference at the University of

WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE

(one paper)
2001: Thirteenth World Congress of Jewish Studies, HEBREW University, Jerusalem

(one paper)


2001: XII International Congress of ASELE, Valencia, Spain

(one paper)


2002: XIII International Congress of ASELE, Murcia, Spain

(one paper)


2002: International Colloquium: New Approaches to Spanish Studies, TEL

AVIV University

(one paper)
2002: Postgraduate History Seminar, Universidad de SAN ANDRÉS, Buenos Aires

(one paper)


2003: Spanish Teacher Training Workshop, Cervantes Institute

(one paper)

E. SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS ATTENDED
1996: International Colloquium: Political Thought in Latin America.

Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, TEL AVIV University


1996: Association of Spanish Teachers in Israel Workshop: Etymology.

Dr. D. Levin, TEL AVIV University


1997: Association of Spanish Teachers in Israel Workshop: Literature and

Spanish Language Teaching.

D. Soler-Espiauba, THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY LANGUAGE

CENTRE, Brussels


1997: Association of Spanish Teachers in Israel Workshop: Topical Grammar

Points: New Approaches to Teaching Prepositions and the Subjunctive.

C. Moreno, UNIVERSITY OF MÁLAGA
1997: International Colloquium: Education and Politics in Latin America in

the Twentieth Century, TEL AVIV University


1997: VIII International Congress of ASELE, Alcalá de Henares, Spain
1998: International Colloquium: Film, Politics and Identity in Latin America,

TEL AVIV University


1998: Workshop: New Directions in Syllabi and Materials Design,

TEL AVIV University/Kibbutz Shefayim


2000: International Colloquium: 500 Years Since the Discovery of Brazil,

TEL AVIV University


2000: International Symposium: Latin America and Hegemonic Discourse:

On the Responsibility of Intellectuals, TEL AVIV University


2000: Encounter with Cuban Intellectuals, TEL AVIV University
2000: XI International Congress of ASELE, Zaragoza, Spain
2001: International Colloquium: New Approaches to Brazilian Studies,

TEL AVIV University

F. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
UTELI, Union of Teachers of English in Israel
IAAL, Israel Association of Applied Linguistics
Founding Member of Israel Association of Spanish Teachers, AIPE
Member of ASELE, International Association of Teachers of Spanish as a Foreign

Language
Member, AIELC, Association of Writers in Spanish of Israel


Member, Association of Latin Americanists in Israel
Founder and Director of ESPAN-L, electronic discussion group for

professionals of the Spanish Language on the Internet


Co-Founder, Internet Committee of the Israel Association of Latin

Americanists


Member on the Internet of: TESL-L (and branches), SLART-L, FLTEACH -

devoted to language teaching and research


ESPORA, H-LATAM, LATAM-INFO, LASPAU and

LASNET, LAJSA, MAILAMERICA, HISTOPRENSA -

devoted to the study and research of Spain and

Latin America


ESPAN-L, APUNTES, LITERATURA, HISPANIA,

FORMESPA, INFOLING, STYLUS - devoted to the

Spanish Language, Literature and Culture

G. AWARDS RECEIVED


2000: Wolf Foundation Prize for Research in History
2001: Lester and Sally Entin Faculty of Humanities Award for Excellence in

Teaching


PUBLICATIONS

MONOGRAPHS ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION


1. R. Sitman

Victoria Ocampo and SUR (1931-1955): Between Europe and America

(Spanish: Victoria Ocampo y SUR (1931-1955): entre Europa y América)

Ediciones Lumiere, Buenos Aires


REFEREED ARTICLES


1. R. Sitman, I. Lerner

Latin American Literature: A Tool for Cultural Rapprochement in

the Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language (Spanish: Literatura

hispanoamericana: herramienta de acercamiento cultural en la enseñanza

del español como lengua extranjera)

E.I.A.L., Vol. 5, No. 2, 1994 (pp. 129-135)


2. R. Sitman, I. Lerner

Spanish Teaching in Israel (Spanish: La enseñanza del español en

Israel)

Boletín de ASELE, No. 14, 1996 (pp. 15-20)


3. R. Sitman

Reflections on the Use and Abuse of the Internet in Spanish Language Teaching

(Spanish: Algunas reflexiones sobre el uso y abuso de la Internet en la

enseñanza del E/LE)

Boletín de ASELE, No. 18, 1998 (pp. 7-33)
4. R. Sitman

Wanderings in Cyberspace: Reflections on the Use and Abuse of the Internet in

Spanish Language Teaching (Spanish: Divagaciones de una internauta. Algunas

reflexiones sobre el uso y abuso de la Internet en la enseñanza del E/LE)

Espéculo, No. 10, 1998-99:

http://www.ucm.es/info/especulo/numero10/sitman.html
5. M. Cruz, I. Ginés, R. Sitman

The Value of Experience. Guidelines for the Integration of the Internet in the

Spanish Classroom (Spanish: El valor de la experiencia. Pautas para la integración

de la Internet en el aula E/LE)

Frecuencia-L, No. 12, 1999 (pp. 46-52)
6. R. Sitman, I. Lerner

Spanish American Literature in the Spanish Classroom: To Meet or Not to Meet?

(Spanish: La literatura hispanoamericana en el aula de E/LE: ¿un lugar de

encuentro o desencuentro?)

Espéculo, No. 12, 1999:

http://www.ucm.es/info/especulo/numero12/cbelatxt.html
7. M. Cruz Piñol, R. Sitman

Your Spanish and My Spanish are on the Net. Some Thoughts about "Online"

Spanish Newspapers within the Framework of Spanish Language Teaching

(Spanish: Tu español y mi español se encuentran en la Red. Consideraciones

sobre la prensa hispana "en línea" en el marco de la enseñanza del E/LE)

Documentos de Español Actual 1, 1999 (pp. 89-103)


8. M. Cruz, R. Sitman

Spanish Newspapers on the Net: A Tool for Cultural and Linguistic

Rapprochement (Spanish: Los diarios hispanos en la red: una herramienta de

acercamiento cultural y lingüístico)

Espéculo, No. 14, 2000:

http://www.ucm.es/info/especulo/ele/diariosf.html

Also in Cultura e Intercultura en la enseñanza del español como lengua

extranjera, http://www.ub.es/filhis/culturele/index.html

PAPERS PRESENTED AT SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS PUBLISHED IN PROCEEDINGS


1. R. Sitman, I. Lerner

The Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language in Israel: Two

Approaches (Spanish: La enseñanza del español como lengua

extranjera en Israel: dos enfoques)

Actas del IV Congreso Internacional de ASELE, Madrid, 1994

(pp. 591-602)


2. R. Sitman, I. Lerner

Spanish American Literature: A Tool for Cultural Rapprochement in the

Teaching of Spanish as a Foreign Language (Spanish: Literatura

Hispanoamericana: herramienta de acercamiento cultura en la enseñanza del

español como lengua extranjera)

Actas del V Congreso Internacional de ASELE, Málaga, 1996

(pp. 227-233)

3. R. Sitman, I. Lerner

Abstract, Loved, Hated, But Never Ignored... Soap Operas in the Spanish

Classroom (Spanish: Queridas, odiadas, pero nunca ignoradas...

Las telenovelas en la clase de E/LE)

Actas del VI Congreso Internacional de ASELE, León, 1996

(pp. 245-247)
5. R. Sitman, D. Sitman

Spanish and the Internet: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in the Gobal

Village (Spanish: El español y la Internet: diversidad cultural y

lingüística en la aldea global)

Actas del VII Congreso Internacional de ASELE, Cuenca, 1998

(pp. 441-446)


6. R. Sitman, I. Lerner

About the Palette and the Brush (Spanish: A propósito de la paleta y el

Pincel...) - How to Teach Spanish Through Art

Actas del VII Congreso Internacional de ASELE, Cuenca, 1998

(pp. 429-440)
7. R. Sitman, M. Cruz

Abstract, Online Spanish Newspapers: Knowing the Differences Makes the

Distances Shorter (Spanish: La prensa hispanohablante en línea: conocer las

Diferencias para acortar las distancias)

IX Congress of the International Federation of Latin American and Caribbean

Studies (FIEALC), "El Mediterráneo y América Latina", Programa y Libro de

Resúmenes, 1999

( pp. 79-80)


8. R. Sitman

Abstract, From the Collapse of Europe to the Rediscovery of America: Victoria

Ocampo and SUR, 1939-1945 (Spanish: De la hecatombe europea al

redescubrimiento de América: Victoria Ocampo y SUR, 1939-1945

IX Congress of the International Federation of Latin American and Caribbean

Studies (FIEALC), "El Mediterráneo y América Latina", Programa y Libro de

Resúmenes, 1999

( pp. 215-216)


9. R. Sitman, I. Lerner, S. Schammah-Gesser

Is Gender Generous in Spanish? Of Women, Men and Other Herbs... (Spanish:

¿Es generoso el género en español? De mujeres, hombres y otras hierbas...)

Actas del IX Congreso Internacional de ASELE, Santiago de Compostela, 1999

(pp. 261-268)
10.M. Cruz Piñol, A. Duque, I. Ginés, R. Sitman

Virtual Tasks. Is Everything That Shines on the Internet Gold? (Spanish: Tareas

virtuales. ¿Es oro todo lo que reluce en la Internet?)

Actas del IX Congreso Internacional de ASELE, Santiago de Compostela, 1999

(pp. 743-752)
11. R. Sitman, M. Cruz Piñol

Who Needs to Learn Spanish Anyway? The Spanish Teacher and Automatic

Translation (Spanish: Who Needs to Learn Spanish Anyway? El profesor E/LE

frente a la traducción automática)

Actas del X Congreso Internacional de ASELE, Cádiz, 2000

(pp. 673-682)

SUBMITTED FOR PUBLICATION
1. R. Sitman

The 'Revista Sur' of Victoria Ocampo and its Attitude towards the Plight of Jews during World War II

Rutgers University Press, 2001 (due 2003)
2. R. Sitman, María Capelusnik

From the Inherited Word to the Transported Word: Literature in Spanish as a

Second Language (Spanish: De la palabra heredada a la palabra transterrada:

la literatura en el español como lengua extranjera)

Actas del XIII Congreso Internacional de ASELE, Murcia, 2002
3. R. Sitman

Internet: Why and What for? (Spanish: ¿Por qué y para qué Internet?)

Actas del XII Congreso Internacional de ASELE, Valencia, 2001

REVIEWS
1.Arrarte, Gerardo and José Ignacio Sánchez de Villapadierna,

Internet y la enseñanza del español (Cuadernos de didáctica del

español/LE) Arco Libros, S.L., 2001, in

Boletin de ASELE, No. 25, November 2001.

EDITING
1. Spanish-Hebrew, Hebrew-Spanish Dictionary, PROLOG Publishers,

Ramat Gan, 1989
2. Spanish-Hebrew Conversation Guide, PROLOG Publishers,

Ramat Gan, 1990


3. International Problems, journal of the Association of Graduates

in the Social Sciences and the Humanities, 1989-1991


4. E.I.A.L. (Estudios Interdisciplinarios de América Latina y el Caribe),

School of History, 1990 - Present

OTHER
1. R. Sitman

Don Luis de Góngora y Argote



Picasso and Literature,

The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, 1989 (pp. 155-156)


2. R. Sitman (Trans. from English into Spanish)

Mediería y fuerza de trabajo rural: algunas

ilustraciones del caso brasileño

E.I.A.L., Vol. 2, No. 1, 1991 (pp. 21-39)

VARIOUS
1996: Organizing Committee Member, International Colloquium: Political Thought

in Latin America. Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.

School of History, TEL AVIV University


1997: Invited to impart summer courses at the University of Toledo and the

University of Málaga, Spain


1999: Organizing Committee Member, IX Congress of the International

Federation of Latin American and Caribbean Studies (FIEALC),

TEL AVIV University
1999: Organizing Committee, Spanish Teacher Training Courses, TEL AVIV

University/Cervantes Institute


2000: Organizing Committee, Spanish Teacher Training Courses, TEL AVIV

University/Cervantes Institute


2001: Organizing Committee Member, International Colloquium: New Approaches to

Brazilian Studies, Institute of Latin American History, TEL AVIV University


2001: Organizing Committee, Spanish Teacher Training Courses, TEL AVIV

University/Cervantes Institute


2002: Organizing Committee Member, International Colloquium: New Approaches

to Spanish Studies, Institute of Latin American History and Culture,

TEL AVIV University
2003: Guest lecturer, Spanish Teacher Training Courses, Cervantes Institute


JOB DESCRIPTION

In my capacity as Coordinator of Spanish Language Courses at Tel Aviv University, I supervise the curriculum design and implementation of all new programs, including coordination of the "lector" program in conjunction with the Embassy of Spain in Israel.


I am currently involved in the design of a Spanish Teacher Training Program in collaboration with the Cervantes Institute in Tel Aviv, and am also preparing a Distance Learning Pilot Project in Spanish for the Dept. of Foreign Languages at Tel Aviv University.
I attend relevant congresses and conferences on a regular basis, and keep up to

date through subscription to professional publications and the Internet. I run one of the global Internet Discussion Groups for Spanish teachers, ESPAN-L and take active part in many other such groups.


I have also coordinated Basic English Language Courses in the Dept.of Foreign Languages, Tel Aviv University, and helped to redesign the curricula for both the Besisi and Besisi II courses. In addition, I have been active in implementing the use of new technology in the language classroom.
I have completed my doctoral thesis on the cultural history of Argentina, specifically, on Victoria Ocampo and the SUR journal, intimately connected to the spread of Spanish language and culture.


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