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About James Cockcroft

PLEASE NOTE: A very brief biography in English and Spanish appears here, followed by a slightly longer but still brief biography in three languages and a much, much longer academic c.v. from 2005. See also the link "bibliography" for Cockcroft's many books of 21st century,which obviously updates the c.v.

ATENCIÓN: Una brevísima biografía aparece aquí en inglés y español, seguida por una biografía un poquito más larga pero todavia breve en tres idiomas y un c.v. académico mucho más largo del año 2005. Véase también "bibliography" para los muchos libros de Cockcroft publicados en el siglo veinti-uno.

Dr. James D. Cockcroft (Ph.D., Stanford), Fellow Open SUNY Center Online Teaching Excellence; bilingual award-winning author 50 books; three-time Fulbright Scholar; Honorary Editor Latin American Perspectives; a founder Red en Defensa de la Humanidad; poet; member various professional associations, international councils & civil society tribunals; frequent public lecturer. James resides in Montreal, Canada, with spouse Dr. Susan Caldwell.

DR. JAMES D. COCKCROFT. Ciudadano estadounidense, inmigrante canadiense, autor galardonado de 50 libros sobre América Latina, Estados Unidos y asuntos internacionales. Es historiador, analista política y poeta bilingüe. Es miembro del Consejo Mundial del Proyecto José Martí de Solidaridad Mundial y Redactor Honorario de Latin American Perspectives. Fue vice presidente del Tribunal Benito Juárez de la sociedad civil (2005) y participa en la Coordinadora Internacional de Redes en Defensa de la Humanidad; el Comité Internacional por la Libertad de los Cinco Héroes Cubanos; la Table de Concertation de Solidarité Québec-Cuba; el Tribunal Internacional de Libertad Sindical; el Tribunal Internacional de Conciencia de los Pueblos en Movimiento; la Alianza Literaria Canadiense-Cubana; el Colectivo Coordinador del Comité de Ciudadanía Quebec 2001 Diez Años Después; y la Base de Paix Montréal. Su página multilingüe es www.jamescockcroft.com.

A bilingual award-winning author of 50 books on Latin America, Latin@s, US hidden history, culture, migration, and human rights, DR. JAMES D. COCKCROFT (Ph.D., Stanford University) is Internet professor for the State University of New York. A bilingual poet, three-time Fulbright Scholar, and Honorary Editor of Latin American Perpsectives, he serves on the Coordinadora Internacional de Redes en Defensa de la Humanidad, the International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban Five, and civil society’s Benito Juárez Tribunal (vice-president, 2005) that judged U.S. terrorism against Cuba and International Tribunal of Trade Union Freedom (2009-). A Canadian immigrant, he is a member of the UNESCO-sponsored World Council of the José Martí World Solidarity Project, la Table de Concertation de Solidarité Québec-Cuba, la Base de Paix Montréal, le Comité Fabio Di Celmo pour les 5, Citizens Committee Quebec 10 years later, and the Canada-Cuba Literary Alliance. His multilingual blog is www.jamescockcroft.com.

DR. JAMES D. COCKCROFT, Ph.D., Universidad de Stanford, es Internet Profesor de la Universidad Estatal de Nueva York. Tres veces un becario Fulbright, él es autor galardonado de 50 libros sobre América Latina; derechos humanos; migración; Latin@s; EE.UU.; y la cultura. También es poeta bilingüe y Redactor Honorario de Latin American Perspectives. Como inmigrante canadiense, el doctor Cockcroft fue vice presidente del Tribunal Benito Juárez de la sociedad civil (2005) que juzgó a EE.UU. por su terrorismo contra Cuba y miembro del Tribunal Internacional de Libertad Sindical (2009-). Es miembro del Consejo Mundial del Proyecto José Martí de Solidaridad Mundial patrocinado por la UNESCO, la Coordinadora Internacional de Redes en Defensa de la Humanidad, el Comité Internacional por la Libertad de los Cinco Héroes Cubanos, el Tribunal Internacional de Libertad Sindical, el Tribunal Internacional de Conciencia de los Pueblos en Movimiento, la Table de Concertation de Solidarité Québec-Cuba, le Comité Fabio Di Celmo pour les 5, el Colectivo Coordinador del Comité de Ciudadanía Quebec 2001 Diez Años Después, la Alianza Literaria Canadiense-Cubana, y la Base de Paix Montréal. Su página multilingüe es www.jamescockcroft.com .

DR. JAMES D. COCKCROFT est un poète bilingue actif et très impliqué tant en littérature que dans les causes humanitaires. James est un immigrant canadien qui se dit "Latin Americaniste", écrivain, professeur et conférencier. Dr. Cockcroft détient un doctorat de l'université Stanford. Il est membre de plusieurs organismes et associations, notamment : le World Council pour le José Martí World Solidarity Project commandité par l'UNESCO; le Coordinateur International en Défense de l’Humanité; le Comité International pour la Liberté des Cinq Héros Cubains; la Table de Concertation de Solidarité Cuba-Québec; le Comité Fabio Di Celmo pour les 5; le Tribunal International de Liberté Sindical; le Tribunal International de Conscience des Peuples en Mouvement; la Collective de Coordination du Comité citoyen Québec 10 ans après;; l'Alliance littéraire Canada-Cuba; et la Base de Paix Montréal. James a déjà publié 50 ouvrages et remporté divers prix. Pour en savoir plus sur lui, visitez www.jamescockcroft.com

NAME: James D. Cockcroft Date: Nov. 15, 2005
Mail: 7078 St. Vallier, Montreal, Québec H2S 2R2, CANADA
Phone: (514) 278-4032
E-Mail: jcockcro@yahoo.com

SUMMARY:

DR. JAMES COCKCROFT (Ph.D., Stanford University, 1966, Sociology, History, Political Science, with a Latin America/U.S./Europe/Development focus) is a three-time Fulbright Scholar, two-time guest professor in Mexico (UNAM and UAM), former Ford Fellow and Peace Corps consultant, 1988 University of California Regents Lecturer, 2000-2004 Fellow at the International Institute for Research and Education (IIRE) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and State University of New York-Empire and SUNY Learning Network professor. Dr. Cockcroft is an award-winning author and frequent public lecturer on policy issues of the day. Also a bilingual poet, he has written forty-five books on Latin America, Mexico, international relations and political economy, comparative human rights, development and technology, Latinos, labor migration, multiculturalism, Middle East, US hidden history, and public policy (select book reviews appended). In 2001, siglo veintiuno editores published his LA ESPERANZA DE MÉXICO and his AMÉRICA LATINA Y ESTADOS UNIDOS: HISTORIA Y POLÍTICA PAÍS POR PAÍS. Dr. Cockcroft’s teaching innovations include "commissions of inquiry" and "team research" (see pp. xvi-xviii of his 1998 textbook LATIN AMERICA: HISTORY, POLITICS, AND U.S. POLICY), as well as community-related research and what social scientists now call "participatory research” (e.g., his 1982 book on immigration re-issued in 2005 with new up-to-date materials, Historia de un pueblo migrante: Los trabajadores de Michoacán).

TEACHING/RESEARCH AREAS
Several online courses on the Web; Introductory, intermediate, and graduate courses in Sociology, History, and Science and Technology Studies, and new elective courses in general, relating to gender, work, family, and class; Global Workplace; Globalization: Business and Society in the Information Age; Societies in Transition; International Relations; Theory and Methods; Sociology of Development, Trade, and/or Science and Technology; Comparative Human Rights; Comparative Cultures; Crime and Society; Latin America; Mexico; the Caribbean Basin; Latinas and Latinos in the United States; Third World and/or North/South Relations; Sociology of Labor Migration; Politics of Environment; Comparative Revolutions.

EDUCATION, LANGUAGE SKILLS, TRAVEL
B.A., Cornell Univ., 1957 (Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi in Philosophy & English); M.A., Stanford Univ., 1964 (English); Ph.D., Stanford Univ., 1966 (Sociology, History, Political Science, with a Latin America/U.S./Europe/Development focus). Fluent in English and Spanish; literate or semi-fluent in Dutch, Farsi, French, German, Italian, and Portuguese. Seven years residence in Latin America. Guest Lectures, research experiences, and human rights work in the United States, Latin America, Canada, Europe, Africa, the Middle East.

TEACHING AND WORKSHOP EXPERIENCE (see also Summary above and item D on p. 9 below)

Director research teams based in Germany, Mexico, California, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York on issues of development, labor migration, human rights, “free trade wars,” U.S.-Mexico border, and multiculturalism. Graduate-credit minicourses and workshops for school teachers on U.S. multiculturalism and global studies curriculum development and bilingual education.

Positions: (see also Grants, p. 9)

Mentor, Tutor, and Curriculum Designer, State Univ. of New York-Empire and SUNY Learning Network, 1993- ; Visiting Professor, State Univ. of New York at Albany, 1987, 1997-98; Visiting Online Instructor for Human Rights, Skidmore College, 1998-99; Visiting Professorships at Russell Sage College, 1994-97, Ramapo College of New Jersey, 1994-95 and 2000, Adirondack Community College, 1994-95, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), 1991-93; Professor in Residence, Univ. of Connecticut (Storrs) and Univ. of Massachusetts (Amherst), 1988-90; Distinguished Visiting Lectureships at Univ. of California (1988), San Diego State Univ. (1988, 1982, 1981), Univ. of Vermont (1986- 87), Russell Sage Junior College of Albany (1987), SUNY-Plattsburgh (1984-85), Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM-Azcopotzalco in Mexico City, 1980-81), Universität Bielefeld (Germany, 1980), Institute of Social Studies (The Hague, 1977), Universidad Nacional de México (UNAM, 1973); N.Y. State Education Dept. minicourses for school teachers on multiculturalism and global studies, 1987- 1995; Workshops for Ct. school teachers on Spanish language and bilingual education teaching innovations, 1989-91; N.Y. Council for the Humanities "Speaker in the Humanities" Lecturer on immigration, 1990-95; N.Y. State Council on the Arts and NEH-funded Public Library Lecturer, 1988-2000; N.Y. Council for the Humanities and NEH-funded Lecturer for "The American Century," "Lives Worth Knowing," and several other programs, 1991-95; Professor, Rutgers Univ. Graduate School and Livingston College, 1971-83; Associate Professor, Univ. of Wisconsin, 1968-71; Humanities Fellow, Antioch College, 1967-68; Union of Graduate Colleges 1968-1978 (an Antioch College-driven “university without walls” program that granted Ph.D. degrees); Lecturer, Universidad de los Andes (Colombia), 1960-61, and Colegio Abrahám Lincoln (Colombia), 1959-61.

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

A. BOOKS

A.1 Completed Books (refereed)

L@S LATIN@S EN EL QUEHACER DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS. Fotos, documentos, bibliogafía. México City: Jorale Editores, 2006.

HISTORIA DE UN PUEBLO MIGRANTE: LOS TRABAJADORES DE MICHOACÁN. Fotos, documentos, bibliogafía, cronología. Mexico City: México City: Jorale Editores, 2005.

SALVADOR ALLENDE READER: CHILE’S VOICE OF DEMOCRACY (Assisted by Jane Carolina Canning). Melbourne, Australia: Ocean Press, 2000. Photos, documents, bibliography, chronologies. Spanish-language edition SALVADOR ALLENDE: LA VOZ CHILENA DE LA DEMOCRACIA, with an introduction for the Spanish-language edition. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Editorial América Latina, 2003.

AMÉRICA LATINA Y ESTADOS UNIDOS: HISTORIA Y POLÍTICA PAÍS POR PAÍS. Mexico City: siglo veintiuno editores, 2001 [mapas, fotos, documentos, bibliogafía, cronología, índice analítico, obras de arte por Rini Templeton].

MEXICO’S HOPE: AN ENCOUNTER WITH POLITICS AND HISTORY (NY: Monthly Review Press, 1999); Spanish-language edition LA ESPERANZA DE MEXICO with Siglo veintiuno editores, Mexico City, 2001. Maps, bibliographical commentary, glossary, index, art work by Rini Templeton.

LATINO VISIONS: CONTEMPORARY CHICANO, PUERTO RICAN, AND CUBAN AMERICAN ARTISTS (Assisted by Jane Carolina Canning). Danbury, CT: Franklin Watts, 2000. Photog.s, bibliog., footnotes, index. New York Public Library 2001 List Best Books for the Teen

(with J. Weber, E. Cockcroft) TOWARD A PEOPLE'S ART: THE CONTEMPORARY MURAL MOVEMENT. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1999, updated edition of 1977 E.P.Dutton first edition, with 1977 Foreword by Jean Charlot and added authorship of Tim Drescher and Ben Keppel; photog.s in color & b&w. [NOTE: work deals with WPA and 1960s-1990s' U.S. public art/public policy, especially mural art by minorities.]

LATIN AMERICA: HISTORY, POLITICS, AND U.S. POLICY. Chicago: Nelson-Hall Publishers, Second edition, 1998. (First edition was 1989 with Harper & Row under title of NEIGHBORS IN TURMOIL). Maps, photog.s, doc.s, bibliog., chron., index.

LATINOS IN THE MAKING OF THE UNITED STATES. Danbury, CT: Franklin Watts, 1995, photog.s, bibliog., footnotes, index. New York Public Library 1996 List Best Books for the Teen Age.

LATINOS IN BEISBOL. Danbury, CT: Franklin Watts, 1996, photog.s, bibliog., footnotes, index. Paperback edition, 1997. Spanish-language edition, 1999 [Mexico City: siglo veintiuno editores].

LATINOS IN THE STRUGGLE FOR EQUAL EDUCATION. Danbury, CT: Franklin Watts, 1995, photog.s, bibliog., footnotes, index. New York Public Library 1996 List Best Books for the Teen Age.

THE HISPANIC STRUGGLE FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE. Danbury, CT: Franklin Watts, 1994, photog.s, bibliog., footnotes, index. New York Public Library 1995 List Best Books for the Teen Age.

DANIEL ORTEGA. Preface by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. NY: Chelsea House, 1991, photog.s, bibliog., chron., index. New York Public Library 1991 List Best Books for the Teen Age.

DIEGO RIVERA. NY: Chelsea House, 1991, photog.s, bibliog., chron., index.

OUTLAWS IN THE PROMISED LAND: MEXICAN IMMIGRANT WORKERS AND AMERICA'S FUTURE (NY: Grove Weidenfeld, 1986, 2nd ed. & update, 1988, bib., chron., index).

MEXICO. NY: Monthly Review Press, 1983; revised ed., 1990, maps, art work by Rini Templeton, bibliog., glossary, index.

MOHAMMED REZA PAHLAVI SHAH OF IRAN. NY: Chelsea House, 1989, photog.s, bibliog., chron., index.

(with Edna Acosta-Belén, Barbara Sjostrom, et al.) THE HISPANIC EXPERIENCE IN THE UNITED STATES: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES (NY: Praeger, 1988).

(with Nora Hamilton, et al.) MODERN MEXICO: STATE, ECONOMY, AND SOCIAL CONFLICT (Los Angeles: Sage Publications, 1985).

(with Carlos Vázquez, Manuel García y Griego, et al.) MEXICAN-U.S. RELATIONS: CONFLICT OR CONVERGENCE? Los Angeles: UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, 1983.

(with UAM-Azcapotzalco Migration Research Team) TRABAJADORES DE MICHOACÁN: HISTORIA DE UN PUEBLO MIGRANTE. México: imisac Ediciones "Contraste," 1982, maps, photog.s, doc.s, chron.

(with Georg Stauth, Bryan Turner, Abbas Vali) IRAN: PRE-CAPITALISM, CAPITALISM, AND REVOLUTION. Saarbrucken/Fort Lauderdale: Verlag breitenbach Publishers, 1980.

LAS CLASES Y EL ESTADO EN MÉXICO. México: Editorial Nuestro Tiempo, 1979.

(with Andre G. Frank, Dale Johnson) LA ECONOMIA POLITICA DEL SUBDESARROLLO EN AMERICA LATINA. Buenos Aires: Ed. Signos, 1970; revised ed., siglo veintiuno editores Ed., 1974.

(with Bray, Corradi, Harding, Jonas, Petras, Dos Santos) LATIN AMERICA THE STRUGGLE WITH DEPENDENCY AND BEYOND, edited by Chilcote and Edelstein. Cambridge, Mass.: Schenkman, 1974. Various editions.

(with Dale Johnson and Chile Research Group) THE CHILEAN ROAD TO SOCIALISM. N.Y.: Doubleday-Anchor, 1973.

(with Andre G. Frank, Dale Johnson) DEPENDENCE AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT LATIN AMERICA'S POLITICAL ECONOMY. NY: Doubleday-Anchor, 1972. Various editions.

PRECURSORES INTELECTUALES DE LA REVOLUCIÓN MEXICANA. México: siglo veintiuno editores Ed., 1971; twenty-fifth ed., 2005.

INTELLECTUAL PRECURSORS OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION, 1900-1913. Austin: The Univ. of Texas Press, 1968 (Bolton Prize second place to Womack's ZAPATA, 1968); paperback ed. with Note to Chicano Readers, 1976.

A.2 Books in Process

OUTLAWS IN THE PROMISED LAND: THE POLITICS OF IMMIGRATION (Albuquerque: Univ. of New Mexico Press, and in Spanish, Mexico City: siglo veintiuno editores). Bibliographical commentary, glossary, index.

(with late Hedda Garza) HIDDEN HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. (Albuquerque: Univ. of New Mexico Press).

LATINO FACES: THE BIG SCREEN (assisted by late Jane Carolina Canning). (Albuquerque: Univ. of New Mexico Press), photog.s, bibliog., footnotes, index.

MULTICULTURALISM: AMERICAN NIGHTMARE OR DREAM? (uncontracted).

MARKET FUNDAMENTALISM – THE DOGMA THAT FAILED (uncontracted).

A.3 Chapters in Books

“Los últimos días de José Martí y sus lecciones para lograr la solidaridad mundial hoy,” opening chapter in CON TODOS Y PARA EL BIEN DE TODOS (La Habana: Instituto Cubano del Libro, 2005).

"Paraguay's Stroessner: The Ultimate Caudillo?", concluding chapter in Hugh M. Hamill (ed.), CAUDILLOS: DICTATORS IN SPANISH AMERICA (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1992).

"U.S. Foreign Policy," leadoff chapter in Anton-Andreas Guha and Sven Papcke (eds.), AMERIKA--DER RISKANTE PARTNER (Berlin: Athenaum, 1984).

"Migración mexicana, crisis y la internacionalización de la lucha laboral," in Jorge Fuentes Morúa (compilador), LA ORGANIZACION DE LOS CAMPESINOS Y LOS PROBLEMAS DE LA INVESTIGACION PARTICIPATIVA (Morelia, Michoacán: imisac, 1983, pp. 327-361).

"Subordinated Technological Development: The Case of Mexico," in Louis Kriesberg (ed.), RESEARCH IN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS, CONFLICTS AND CHANGE, v. 4. Greenwich, Conn.: JAI Press, Inc., 1981.

"Impact of Dependence on Social Stratification in Chile," in ACTAS Y MEMORIAS DEL XLI CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE AMERICANISTAS, 1974. México: 1976.

(with Frundt, Johnson, Chile Research Group) "ITT, Multinationals and Chile," in PROCEEDINGS OF THIRD WORLD FUTURE RESEARCH CONFERENCE. Bucharest: 1972 (with INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF MODERN SOCIOLOGY, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAMILY).

A.4 Other Books (contracted)

(with Ronald Hilton) 1964 COLLIER'S YEAR BOOK (Latin American nations).

(with Ronald Hilton) WORLDMARK ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE NA TIONS, 1963 ed., v. 5 (nations of the Americas). Pp. 312.

(with Ronald Hilton) 1963 COLLIER'S YEAR BOOK (Latin American nations).

B. JOURNAL ARTICLES (refereed)

“Imperialism, State and Social Movements in Latin America,” CRITICAL SOCIOLOGY, special issue on Latin America, published by Brill, 2005.

“Gendered Class Analysis: Internationalizing, Feminizing, and Latinizing Labor’s Struggle in the Americas,” LATIN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES, Issue 103, 25:6 (November 1998), pp. 42-46.

"Mexico's Political Earthquake," MONTHLY REVIEW, 42:7 (Dec. 1990), 39-50.

"New Politics Challenge in Latin America," NEW POLITICS, III:1 (Summer 1990), 16-31.

"Pauperización urbana y rural," COYOACAN, V:15 (Jan.-June, 1983), 25-64.

"Immiseration, Not Marginalization," LATIN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES, X: 2, 3 (Spring, Summer 1983), 86-107.

(with Jorge Bustamante) "México-EU: La frontera invisible," NEXOS, 42 (June 1981), 3-7.

"On the Ideological and Social Character of Iran's Revolution," RIPEH/REVIEW OF IRANIAN POLITICAL ECONOMY & HISTORY, IV:2, V:1 (Fall 1980, Spring 1981), 1-26.

"Recent Caribbean Developments and Need for Theoretical Expansion," LATIN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES, V:2 (Spring 1978), 29-36.

"Transnacionales y estructura social de Chile," CUADERNOS POLITICOS, 10 (Oct.-Dec. 1976), 64-82.

"The Transnationals, Dependence and Underdevelopment," PEACE AND CHANGE: A JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH, III:4 (Spring 1976), 24-30.

"Impact of Transnational Corporations on Chile's Social Structure," SUMMATION, V:1,2 (Summer, Fall 1975), 7-32.

"Prescott and His Sources: A Critical Appraisal," HISPANIC AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, XLVIII:1 (Feb. 1968), 59-74.

"El maestro de primaria en la Revolución Mexicana," HISTORIA MEXICANA, XVI:4 (April-June 1967), 565-587.

(with Bo Anderson) "Control and Cooptation in Mexican Politics," INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE SOCIOLOGY, VII:1 (March 1966), 11-28. Reprinted in various books, this article and its sequel by Cockcroft, "Coercion and Ideology in Mexican Politics," appear in Cockcroft, Frank, Johnson, DEPENDENCE AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT (N.Y.: Doubleday-Anchor, 1972), 219-268.

C. OTHER SCHOLARLY ARTICLES, BOOK REVIEWS, EDITORIALS, POEMS, etc. (refereed or contracted)

Several in such publications as: ACADEMIC AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA; THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY; THE AMERICAS; COLECTIVO DE TRABAJADORES; CUBANOW; CUADERNOS AMERICANOS; ENCYCLOPEDIA AMERICANA; GROLIER ENCYCLOPEDIAS ON AND OFF LINE; HISPANIC AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW; HISPANIC AMERICAN REPORT; HISTORIA MEXICANA; THE HISTORIAN; HUMANITIES NEWS; IN THESE TIMES; INPRECOR; LA JARABILLA; LA JORNADA; LATIN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES; THE LATINO REVIEW OF BOOKS; MANY WATERS; MATE AMARGO; MEMORIA; MERIP REPORTS/MIDDLE EAST RESEARCH & INFORMATION PROJECT; MONTHLLY REVIEW; NACLA REPORT ON THE AMERICAS; THE NATION; NEW BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE; THE NEW YORK TIMES; LA OPINION; REBELION; SCIENCE AND SOCIETY; SCIENCE FOR PEOPLE; URBAN REVIEW.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY

A. PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND RELATED

Member: American Historical Association; American Political Science Association; American Society of Journalists and Authors; American Sociological Association; Caribbean Studies Association; Columbia Univ. Seminar on Pre-Industrial Areas (distinguished scholars, refereed); Conference on Latin American History; Conference of Mexican and U.S. Historians; Conference on Peace Research in History; LASA (Latin American Studies Association), NECLAS (New England Latin Americanists), and NYSLA (New York State Latin Americanists); Center for Iranian Research and Analysis; International Coordinating Committee in Defense of Humanity; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Delta Pi (Sociedad Española Nacional); Tribunal Benito Juárez (vice-president); World University Service (U.S. Committee Advisory Board member)

B. PAPERS, PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES (select years only)

1976-77: "Transnational Corporations and Technology: Theoretical Questions," International Studies Association Meetings, Toronto; "Current Conjuncture in Western Europe," Festival for Critical Social Theory, Boston Univ.; Discussant, "War and International Conflict," 71st Annual Meeting of ASA, N.Y.; "U.S. Policy & NIEO," World Conference on New International Economic Order, Lagos, Nigeria.

1979-81: "Transfer of Arms and Military Technology," Columbia Univ. School of International Affairs; Panelist, 8th National Meeting of LASA, Pittsburgh; "The Crisis of the Mexican State," 13th Congress of Latin American Sociology, Panama; "Development Problems in Nicaragua," 75th Annual Meeting of ASA, N.Y.; Panelist, International Symposium on Migration of Labor, Tijuana; "U.S. Policy in the Caribbean Basin," VI Coloquio Internacional, UNAM, Mexico City; Panelist, Session on Chicano History, VI International Conference of Mexican and U.S. Historians, Chicago; "Iran's Islamic Revolution and U.S. Policy," Keynote address First Annual Conference of Center for Iranian Research and Analysis (CIRA), Washington, D.C.; "The Mexican Revolution," Conference on "La Revolución--What It Means to the Chicano," Centro Cultural de la Raza, San Diego.

C. EDITORSHIPS

Director and Editor of “Latinos” book series for Chelsea House Publishers, Inc., 2000-2002; Editor for Chelsea House's Hispanics of Achievement series (1990-96); Director and Editor for Franklin Watts’ "The Hispanic Experience" book series and Global Affairs and Multiculturalism series, 1993-2002; past editor for COLLIERS YEARBOOK and WORLDMARK ENCYCLOPEDIA OF NATIONS. Compiler and editor of several special issues of professional journals in English and Spanish, including: "Social Classes in Latin America, Parts I and II," LATIN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES, IX:3 (Summer 1982), X:2,3 (Spring, Summer, 1983) and "Migración y problemas fronterizos," REVISTA 'A', IV:8 (January-April, 1983). Honorary Editor, LATIN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES. Editorial Board, STUDIES IN COMPARATIVE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, 1972-75. Assistant Editor, HISPANIC AMERICAN REPORT, v.s XIV-XVII (1961-64).

D. PH.D DISSERTATIONS, QUALIFYING EXAMINATIONS, CURRICULAR DEVELOPMENT

As member of Univ. of Wisconsin, Rutgers Univ., Rensselaer (RPI), and SUNY-Albany Graduate and Undergraduate Faculties, 1968-1999, numerous dissertations and honors theses directed and examinations chaired at home and abroad. Created and taught curriculum for undergraduates in "Hispanic Cultures in U.S." at SUNY-Albany (now required); "Introduction to World Civilization" (History) at Univ. of Wisconsin; "Sociology of Third World Affairs" and "Comparative Social-Historical Development" at Livingston College, Rutgers; and for graduate students at Rutgers in "Sociological History: Theory and Methods." Various courses designed for SUNY-Empire and on-line SUNY Learning Network (1994-to-date), e.g. an 8-credit sequence on Societies in Transition (including Japan and former Soviet Union) and “Globalization: Business and Society in the Information Age.”

GRANTS, GUEST LECTURES, ADMINISTRATIVE, CONSULTING, COMMUNITY

A. GRANTS
1962-64: NDFL Fellow, Stanford Univ.
1964-66: Fulbright-Hays (NDFL-related) Research Grant, Mexico.
1966-67: Post-Doctoral Grant, Univ. of Texas.
1967-68: Danforth Foundation Grant and Antioch Faculty Research Council Grant, Antioch College.
1969: Univ. of Wisconsin Graduate School Research Grant.
1973-74: Rutgers Univ. Research Council Grant.
1974-75: FAFP (SSRC-ACLS) Research Grant and Rutgers Univ. Research Council Grant.
1979-80: Rutgers Univ. FASP (paid sabbatical).
1980-81: Fulbright-Hays Research Grant and Ford Foundation Seed Grant for UAM Migration Research Project (Director), Mexico.
1982-83: Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología Grant for UAM Migration Research Project (Director), Mexico; Ford grant extension.
1988: Univ. of California Regents Lectureship, to develop ideas on international labor/capital flows, IRCA (Simpson-Mazzoli bill), Latinos/immigration, and U.S.-Mexico border problems.
1992-93: Participant in RPI "Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Science and Technology" Grant from Fund for Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE).

B. GUEST LECTURES (select years only)

1980: Univ. of California (Irvine, Santa Cruz, Santa Barbara, Riverside); Stanford Univ.; California State Univ. (Los Angeles, San Jose); McGill Univ.; CUNY-Brooklyn College; Univ. of Wisconsin; George Washington Univ.; State Univ. of N.Y. (Stonybrook); Syracuse Univ.; Manhattanville College; Ibero-Americanische Institut (Berlin); Deutsch-Amerikanische Gesellschaft (Bielefeld); Forschungsseminar zur Entwicklungssoziologie (Univ. Bielefeld); Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM-Iztapalapa, México); Universidad Autónoma de Puebla

1985: Columbia Univ.; Univ. of Vermont; Bennington College; New York Univ.; Univ. of Pittsburgh; Atlanta Univ.; State Univ. of N.Y. (Albany, Plattsburgh); Rutgers Univ.; New School for Social Research; Univ. of Connecticut

1988: Univ. of California Regents Lectureship

1992: Univ. of Pittsburgh; State Univ. of N.Y. (Plattsburgh); Univ. of Connecticut; New York Univ.; CUNY-Graduate Center; CUNY-Queens College; Gettysburg College; CUNY-City College (Convent Ave.); Univ. of Vermont; New School for Social Research; Syracuse Univ.; several public libraries

1996: Foreign Policy Association Lecture on Mexico, Russell Sage College; Univ. of California-Berkeley; California State Univ.s (San Diego, Northridge, Long Beach); Pomona College; Florida State Univ.-Tallahassee; Univ. of Florida (Gainesville)

2000-02: Wabash College; University of Detroit-Mercy; SUNY-Buffalo; Colegio de San Luis, UNAM, UAM, and Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (conferencia magistral, Mexico)

2003 (May-June, Germany only): "America under Bush - War, Repression, Resistance," Berlin; “Only ‘stupid white men’? Bushs country und das ‘andere Amerika’,” Cologne and Düsseldorf; “The Cuban Five and Bush’s Foreign Policy,” Netzwerk-Cuba, Berlin; “La guerra cotidiana en América Latina y las relaciones exteriores con EEUU,” Rosa Luxemburg Club, Bielefeld, and 26th Congress of BUKO, Bremen; “Relaciones de EEUU con resto del mundo y afectos en EEUU y movimiento antiguerra,” Universität Bielefeld; “The Bush Administration, the ‘neocons’ and the ‘other America’,” Munich.

C. ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE (select years & examples only)

1971-72: Director, Latin American Institute, Rutgers Univ.; Co-coordinator, Chile Research Group.
1972: Director, Conference on Revisionist Interpretations of U.S. Foreign Involvements and Ethics of Scholarship (March 9-11), Rutgers Univ., assembling 36 panelists from three continents.
1972-74: Co-coordinator, Puerto Rico Research Group.
1973-78: Chair, Rutgers Univ. Graduate School Specialization in Development.
1973-80: Member, Advisory Committee, Latin American Institute, Rutgers Univ.
1980-83: Director, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM-Azcapotzalco) Migration Research Team, Mexico City.

D. CONSULTING, COMMUNITY, OTHER

Consultant for public and private groups at home and abroad, including review of programs involving Hispanics, immigrants, and multicultural U.S. history and culture curricular development at various schools and universities. Active in urban community programs. Various TV/radio broadcasts and press conferences on world affairs with focus on U.S. policy making (in U.S., Europe, Middle East, Africa, Latin America). Peace Corps Consultant (1964). Member USLA Justice Committee (1968-1975) and The Iranian Human Rights Commission (1978-79). Vice-president Tribunal Benito Juárez (1995- ).