Dr. Stephanie WoodDirector of Wired Humanities Projects and Senior Research Associate
Office: 2085 University Street
Affiliated Departments: College of Education
Programs, Research and Outreach: Center for Equity Promotion
Research Associate/Principal Investigator: Center for Equity Promotion, College of Education, University of Oregon, 2015–present; and previously, Center at Oregon for Research in Education, 11/1/2012–2015.
Senior Editor: Latin American History, Oxford Research Encyclopedia, with a focus on digital resources, Oxford University Press, 9/2013–present.
Director: Wired Humanities Projects, University of Oregon, 7/1/2009–present. (Formerly: Associate Director, 2004-09; Coordinator, 2002-04; and Faculty Affiliate, 1999-2002.)
Adjunct Faculty: Latin American History, Department of History, University of Oregon. Also offering occasional courses in Latin American Studies, Women’s Studies, and Spanish. Since 1992.
Assistant Professor: Latin American History and U.S. History, Department of History, University of Maine, 1984-89. (I was on leave, 1988-89; then resigned tenure-track position to join spouse in Oregon).
Teaching Associate: Latin American History and U.S. History, Department of History, UCLA, 1980-83.
Ph.D. UCLA; Latin American History, 1984. Dissertation: “Corporate Adjustments in Colonial Mexican Indian Towns: Toluca Region, 1550-1810,” on the adjustments of indigenous communities to Spanish colonization, with particular attention to community land holding. Supervisor: James Lockhart.
M.A. UCLA; Latin American History, 1979. Supervisor: James Lockhart.
B.A. University of California, Santa Cruz; History and Latin American Studies (double major), 1977. Senior Thesis. Supervisor: David Sweet.
PUBLICATIONS / BOOKS:
El manuscrito Techialoyan de San Miguel Mimiapan (Estado de México), Florencio Barrera and Stephanie Wood, editors. Toluca: Fondo Editorial del Estado de México. Submitted in 2018, currently under peer review.
Honoring Tribal Legacies: An Epic Journey of Healing. Two print volumes and one digital corpus of curricula, co-edited with CHiXapkaid (D. Michael Pavel) and Ella Inglebret. Omaha and Eugene: National Park Service and the University of Oregon, 2014. Video introduction by Emily West Hartlerode, Oregon Folklife Network, 2014. https://blogs.uoregon.edu/honoringtriballegacies/
Mesoamerican Memory: Enduring Systems of Remembrance, volume co-edited with Amos Megged. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2012.
Sources and Methods for the Study of Postconquest Mesoamerican Ethnohistory (e-book), coedited with James Lockhart and Lisa Sousa, Eugene, Ore.: Wired Humanities Projects, University of Oregon, 2007. Expanded in 2010. http://whp.uoregon.edu/Lockhart/index.html
Transcending Conquest: Nahua Views of Spanish Colonial Mexico, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2003.
De tlacuilos y escribanos: estudios sobre documentos indígenas coloniales del centro de México, co-edited with Xavier Noguez Ramírez. Toluca and Zamora, Mexico: El Colegio Mexiquense and El Colegio de Michoacán, 1998.
Indian Women of Early Mexico, co-edited with Susan Schroeder and Robert Haskett. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1997.