Michael Scott Doyle

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Professor of Spanish
COED 424B

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 2021

Virtual Office Hours

Tuesday & Thursday 2:30-3:30pm & by appointment

Zoom: http://bit.ly/DoyleOffice

Co-Coordinator of Graduate Certificate Business Spanish

 

Teaching Schedule

SPAN/LTAM 4120/5120 Tuesday & Thursday 10:00-11:15 am, online synchronous 

SPAN/LTAM 4121/5121 Tuesday & Thursday 1:00-2:15 pm, online synchronous

During the 2013-2014 academic year, Dr. Doyle served as a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Spanish at the United States Air Force Academy (DVP-USAFA). To date, Dr. Doyle has 99 publications (78 single-authored), among them 16 books (7 co-authored textbooks and 7 co-authored workbooks, with Doyle as lead author; 1 literary translation, and 1 guest-edited monographic volume); 8 book chapters; 37 articles and essays (or equivalent); 1 case study (which has 613 downloads from 12/12/16 to 8/13/20, https://commons.emich.edu/gabc/vol5/iss1/5/); 7 interviews; 1 edited proceedings volume; 11 translations (short-story length); a 15-segment video (scripted and edited over three filming dates in 2001, 2010 and 2013); 1 audio podcast; and 7 reviews (2 substantive); 70 conference presentations; 69 invited lectures, panels, and keynote addresses; and 65 workshops, the majority co-sponsored by the federally-funded Centers for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), at professional conferences and institutions of higher learning. He has taught 45 different classes in the fields of Spanish and translation studies. Dr. Doyle has provided 23 years of administrative service: 9 as department chair, 3 as undergraduate coordinator, 11 as graduate coordinator, and one as Faculty Director of the North Carolina Semester in Spain (SIS) Consortium Program in Santander (fall 2017 and spring 2018). He was the initiating organizer and co-chair of the 5th International Symposium on Language for Specific Purposes (ISLSP) and Centers for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) Business Language Conference to be hosted by UNC Charlotte on March 5-7, 2020 (https://languages.uncc.edu/ISLSP-CIBER). Please see https://pages.uncc.edu/michael-scott-doyle/ for more.

Education

Ph.D., Spanish, University of Virginia (1981)

Certificat, Sorbonne (French) (1977)

M.A., Spanish, Universidad de Salamanca (1976)

B.A., Spanish, University of Virginia (1975)

Diploma de Estudios Hispánicos (Spanish), Universidad de Barcelona (1974)

Appointments

Professor of Professor of Spanish, Business Language Studies (Spanish), and Translation Studies, UNC Charlotte, 1993-present

Chair, Department of Foreign Languages (renamed Languages and Culture Studies), UNC Charlotte, 1993-1999

Graduate Coordinator of Master of Arts in Spanish, UNC Charlotte, 2000-04, 2005-2009, 2016-2017

Faculty Director, UNC Charlotte Semester in Spain (SIS at the Universidad de Cantabria), Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 semesters

Distinguished Visiting Professor of Spanish (DVP), United States Air Force Academy (USAFA), 2013-2014

Interim Chair, Department of Psychology, UNC Charlotte, 2001-02

Chair, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, San Diego State University, 1991-93

Professor of Spanish, San Diego State University, 1990-93

Associate Professor of Spanish, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, San Diego State University, 1988-90

Associate Professor of Spanish, Department of Foreign Languages, University of New Orleans, 1987-88

Assistant Professor of Spanish, Department of Foreign Languages, University of New Orleans, 1984-87

Undergraduate Coordinator (= Associate Chair), Department of Foreign Languages, University of New Orleans, 1984-87

Assistant Professor of Spanish, Department of Modern and Classical Languages, University of Notre Dame, 1981-84

Specific Research Interests

Business Language Studies (BLS) and Spanish for Business and International Trade (Language, Discourse, and Intercultural Communication Studies)

Language for Specific Purposes (LSP) and Spanish for the Professions and Specific Purposes (SPSP)

Translating and Translation Studies (TTS: History, Theory, and Method; Literary and Non-Literary)

Cormac McCarthy in Spanish Translation Twentieth-Century Spanish Literature

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