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NOBLE DAVID COOK CURRICULUM VITAE

ACADEMIC ADDRESS:

Department of History, DM 395B

Florida International University

University Park

Miami, FL 33199

tel. 305 348-3966 fax. 305 348-3561


PERSONAL:

Academic year Summers

1411 Lisbon Street Calle San Jacinto 104-1A

Coral Gables, FL 33134 41010 Sevilla, SPAIN

tel. 305 445-0808 fax. 305 448-5808 tel. 011 34 95 434-4603

e mail: cookn@fiu.edu or ndcook@yahoo.com

EDUCATION:

University of Texas, Ph.D. 1973

University of Florida, M.A. 1964; University of Florida, B.A. 1962


ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

Florida International University, Professor 1992   , Chair, 1995 98, 2006-07

University of Bridgeport, Instructor Professor, 1969 92

Yale University, Visiting Professor, Part Time 1989 90

Universidad Católica del Perú, Fulbright Professor, 1974, 1984

University of Texas, Teaching Assistant, 1964 65

University of Florida, Teaching Assistant, 1963 64


ACADEMIC HONORS:

2008 Murdo J. MacLeod Book Prize Honorable Mention, Latin American and Caribbean Section of the Southern Historical Association for People of the Volcano: Andean

Counterpoint in the Colca Valley

2008 Named Profesor Honorario of the Departamento Académico de Humanidades of the Pontificía Universidad Católica of Peru.

2007 William R. Jones Outstanding Mentor Award for the McKnight Fellows, Florida Education Fund.

2000 Research Excellence, President's Award, Florida International University

1997 -- Miembro Correspondiente de la Academia Nacional de la Historia del Peru

1997 Teaching Excellence Award, Florida International University

1992 Nominated for Cline Prize Conference of Latin American History, best book on ethnohistory

1988 92 William Bentson Senior Endowed Professorship, University of Bridgeport

1979 82 Henry Littlefield Junior Endowed Chair, University of Bridgeport

Visiting Fellow, Yale University; Latin American Studies, 1979 80, 1981;

History Department, 1985 87; History Division, Yale Medical School, 1991 92

Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society; Phi Alpha Theta Honorary Society

FOUNDATION GRANTS: Noble David Cook   page 2


American Council of Learned Societies, 1998-99

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1991 92

Comité Conjunto Hispano norteamericano para la Cooperación Cultural y Educativa, Spain, 1990 91 [Fulbright]

NEH, Cornell University, Summer Seminar Andean America, 1990 (declined)

University of Florida, Center for Latin American Studies, Library Research Grant, Summer 1989

Mellon Foundation, University of Bridgeport Summer Research Grants, Spain, 1986 and 1987

Comité Conjunto Hispano norteamericano para la Cooperación Cultural y Educativa, Spain, 1985 [Fulbright]

Fulbright Commission, Peru, 1984

Mellon Foundation, University of Bridgeport Summer Research Grant, Spain, 1982

Wenner Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Peru, 1977

NEH, Summer Seminar in Anthropological Theory, University of Illinois, 1976

Ford Foundation, Peru Office, Local Research, 1974

Fulbright Commission, Peru, 1974

Doherty Foundation, Research in Peru, 1968

Fulbright Hays, Research in Spain, 1967

NDEA, Title VI, University of Texas, Portuguese Language, 1965 66, 1966-67


ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE (brief sample):

Florida International University:

History Department Chair, 1995 98, May 2006 – December 2007

Graduate Program Director 1993 95

University of Bridgeport:

History Department Chair, 1986 87, Chair Elect, 1989 91

Summer Chairman, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982

Chairman of the Senior Capstone Program, 1986 87

Chairman of the Esterline Corporation Scholarship Committee, 1982 87

Coordinator of the Bachelor of Elective Studies Program, 1978 79


UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS (brief sample):

Florida International University, 1992-2008:

A&S Budget Committee

University Research Council

Africa New World Studies Search Committee

Cuban Studies Search Committee

Graduate Advisory Committee, Latin American History

College CLAST Evaluation Committee

Davidson Endowed Visiting Professorship Committee, Chair

A&S Teaching Incentive Program Committee, Division Chair

Head, Committee for History Doctoral Program in Atlantic Civilization

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: Noble David Cook   page 3


Evaluator, National Panel for the National Science Foundation:

Ford Foundation Minority Fellowship Program, 1997

Ford Foundation Minority Fellowship Program, 2001

Ford Foundation Minority Fellowship Program, 2005

Chair, Conference of Latin American History Program Committee for the 2004 American Historical Association Convention, Washington, DC

Associate Editor, Hispanic American Historical Review, 1993 97

Book Review Editor, Hispanic American Historical Review, 1992 93

Contributing editor for the Handbook of Latin American Studies, Library of Congress, South American Ethnohistory section, 1990 95

Member of editorial board: Ethnohistory, 2009-11

Histórica, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, 1977----

Anuario de Estudios Hispano-Americanos, CSIC, Seville, Spain, 2005-2009, 2010-14

Ibero-Americana Pragensia, Anuario del Centro de Estudios Ibero-americanos de la Universidad Carolina de Praga, Czech Republic, 2000---

The Americas, Area Editor, 1997-98

Ethnohistory, 2010--

Occasional manuscript evaluator for:

Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Ethnohistory, Hispanic American Historical Review, Latin American Research Review, Journal of Historical Geography, Bulletin de l'Institut Francais d'Etudes Andines, Mesoamerica, Anuario de Estudios Hispanoamericanos, Population and Development Review, The Americas.

Occasional manuscript evaluator for:

Stanford University Press, University of New Mexico Press, Duke University Press, University of California Press, Cambridge University Press, Penn State University Press, Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, McGraw Hill Companies.

Occasional evaluator for:

National Endowment for the Humanities, National Geographic Society, Guggenheim Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, National Science Foundation, Woodrow Wilson Center

Conference on Latin American History (CLAH):

Committee on Demography, 1977 

Committee on Historical Statistics, 1982B

Chair of the Cline Prize Committee for Ethnohistory, 1982

Chair, Historical Demography Committee, 1987 88

Committee on Andean Studies

Committee on Colonial Latin American History

Chair, Scobie Prize Committee for Pre-dissertation Research, 2000

Chair, CLAH Program Committee for 2004 AHA Convention, Washington, DC

Consultant, Centro de Estudios Latinomericanos de Demografía, Santiago de Chile, August 1973

Kislak Foundation Student Prize Committee Evaluator, 1997-2002, Proposal Evaluator 2005

Library of Congress, Kislak Foundation, Junior and Senior Fellowship Proposal Evaluator, 2006.

Faculty Advisor for Phi Alpha Theta, University of Bridgeport

BOOKS: Noble David Cook   page 4


2011 Hijos del Volcán. Dualidad andina en el valle del Colca. Arequipa: Ediciones El Lector.

2010 La catástrofe demográfica andina. Perú 1520-1620. Lima: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Spanish revised and expanded edition of Demographic Collapse: Indian Peru, 1520 1620.

2009 The Plague Files: Crisis Management in Sixteenth Century Seville. with Alexandra Parma Cook, Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2009.

2007 People of the Volcano: Andean Counterpoint in the Colca Valley, Peru. Durham: Duke University Press, with Alexandra Parma Cook.

2005 La conquista biológica: las enfermedades en el Nuevo Mundo. Madrid: Siglo XXI Editores, 2005. Translated by María Asunción Gómez. 2nd ed, revised and expanded from Born to Die, English edition.

2004 Demographic Collapse: Indian Peru, 1520 1620. New York: Cambridge

University Press, first paperback edition of 1981 original.

2000 "Juicios Secretos de Dios" Epidemias y despoblación indígena en Hispanoamérica colonial, with W. George Lovell, revised edition, with new chapter by N.D. Cook, Quito: Editorial Abya-Yala.

1998 Born to Die: Disease and New World Conquest, 1492-1650. New York: Cambridge University Press. [simultaneous paperback edition]

1998 The Discovery and Conquest of Peru by Pedro de Cieza de León, translated and edited with Alexandra Parma Cook. Durham: Duke University Press.

1998 Relación de la vida y milagros de Francisco Solano [1618], by Luis Jerónimo de Oré, edited by N.D. Cook. Lima: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.

1992 "Secret Judgments of God" Old World Disease in Colonial Spanish

America, edited with W. George Lovell. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. [paperback edition 2001]

1992 Un caso de bigamia transatlántica, with Alexandra Parma Cook.

Madrid: ANAYA & Mario Muchnik.

1991 "Good Faith and Truthful Ignorance:" A Case of Transatlantic Bigamy,

with Alexandra Parma Cook. Durham: Duke University Press. [paperback edition 1992]

1985 Numeración general de todas las personas...de Lima, año de 1700. Edited by N.D. Cook. Lima: COFIDE.

1982 The People of the Colca Valley: A Population Study. Boulder, Col.:

Westview Press.

1981 Demographic Collapse: Indian Peru, 1520 1620. New York: Cambridge

University Press.

1975 Tasa de la visita general de Francisco de Toledo. Edited by N.D. Cook. Lima: Universidad Mayor de San Marcos.

1968 Padrón de los indios de Lima en 1613. Edited by N.D. Cook. Lima: Universidad Mayor de San Marcos.


BOOK CHAPTERS: Noble David Cook   page 5

2011 “Women in the Port Cities of the Early Modern Atlantic World: Retrospect and Prospect,” in Douglas Catterall and Jodi Campbell, eds., Women in Port: Gendering Communities, Economics, and Social Networks in Atlantic Port Cities, 1500-1800, Leiden: Brill, in production.

2011 “Demography” and “Exploration,” in Karen Kupperman, ed., American Centuries: the Ideas, Issues and Values That Shaped U.S. History, MTM Publishing, “Demography”, 55-62; and “Exploation of the Southwest and Florida, European”, 87-94.

2009 “Afterword,” with Alexandra Parma Cook, in Daniela Bleichmar, Paula De Vos, Kristin Huffine, and Kevin Sheehan, eds., Science in the Spanish and Portuguese Empires, 1500-1800, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 311-21.

2008 "Visitas, Censuses and Other Sources of Population Information,@ in Joanne Pillsbury, ed., Historiographic Guide to Andean Sources, 3 vols., Norman: University of Oklahoma Press and The National Gallery of Art, 1: 129-43.

2008 AToledan Documents: The Informaciones (1570-1572),” in Joanne Pillsbury, ed., Historiographic Guide to Andean Sources, 3 vols., Norman: University of Oklahoma Press and The National Gallery of Art, 3:665-66.

2008 “Toledan Documents: The Ordinanzas (1569-1581),” in Joanne Pillsbury, ed., Historiographic Guide to Andean Sources, 3 vols., Norman: University of Oklahoma Press and The National Gallery of Art, 3: 667.

2006 “Compound Epidemics, 1576-1591,” in Roger Maaka and Chris Anderson , eds., The Indigenous Experience. Toronto: Canadian Scholar’s Press, 2006.

2006 AEl valle del Colca en la investigación científica: los últimos treinta años,@ in David J. Robinson, ed., Collaguas III. Lima: Universidad Católica, cix-cxxiii.

2005 “The Taino,” in Dinah L Shelton, ed., Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity. 3 vols., Detroit: Macmillan Reference, 2005, 1017-19.

2004 “Peru,” in Europe, 1450 to 1789: An Encyclopedia of the Early Modern World

Charles Scribner's Sons, 2004, article is 5108 words, 12 pages.

2004 AEpidemias en el mundo andino durante el siglo XVI,@ in José Hernández Palomo, ed., Enfermedad y muerte en América y Andalucía (Siglos XVI-XX). Seville: Escuela de Estudios Hispano-Americanos, 35-53.

2003 "Introducción: visitas en el mundo andino," in David J. Robinson, ed., Collaguas II: Lari Collaguas, economía, sociedad y población, 1604-1605. Lima: Universidad Católica, xv-xxxv.

2002 "'Tomando posesión,' Luis Gerónimo de Oré y el retorno de los franciscanos a las doctrinas del valle del Colca," in Rafael Varón Gabai and Javier Flores Espinosa, eds., El hombre y los Andes. Homenaje a Franklin Pease, Lima: Universidad Católica, 2:889-903.

2002 "The Mysterious Catalina: Indian or Spaniard?" in Kenneth Andrien, ed., The Human Tradition in Colonial Latin America, Wilmington, Scholarly Resources, 64-83.

2001 "La población del mundo andino (1520-1700)," in Manuel Burga, ed., Historia de América Andina, Quito: Universidad Andina Simón Bolivar, 2:259-88.

2000 "Epidemias y dinámica demográfica," in Frank Moya Pons and Franklin Pease,

BOOK CHAPTERS, cont.: Noble David Cook   page 6

eds., Historia General de America Latina , Paris: UNESCO, 2:301-18.

2000 "Enfermedad y despoblación en el Caribe, 1492-1518," in W. George Lovell and Noble David Cook, eds., "Juicios Secretos de Dios" Epidemias y despoblación indígena en Hispanoamérica colonial, rev. ed., Quito: Editorial Abya-Yala, 31-61.

2000 "Desenredando la madeja de la enfermedad," in W. George Lovell and Noble David Cook, eds., "Juicios Secretos de Dios" Epidemias y Despoblación en Hispanoamérica Colonial, rev. ed., Quito: Editorial Abya-Yala, 227-50.

1998 AIntroducción,@ Relación de la vida y milagros de Francisco Solano [1618], by Luis Jerónimo de Oré, pp. ix-xxix. Lima: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.

1997 "Disease and the Depopulation of Hispaniola, 1492 1518," in Kenneth F. Kiple and Stephen V. Beck, eds., Biological Consequences of the European Expansion, 1450-1800. Brookfiled, VT: Ashgate/Valorium.

1997 ACabanas y Collaguas en la era prehispánica,@ in Rafael Varón Gabai and Javier Flores Espinosa, eds., Arqueología, antropología e historia en los Andes. Homenaje a Maria Rostworowski. Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, 379-98.

1996 Contributor for the multi volume Charles Scribner's Encyclopedia of Latin

American History, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum, 35 items.

1995 Contributor for the third edition of the American Historical Association=s

Guide to Historical Literature, Section 35: "Native Peoples of the

Americas," section editor: Frederick E. Hoxie, 75 items for subsection:

"Highland South America."

1995 "South America: Ethnohistory," Handbook of Latin American Studies 54:100-25.

1993 "South America: Ethnohistory," Handbook of Latin American Studies 52: 87 104.

1992 "Luis Jerónimo de Oré: una aproximación," in Symbolo Catholico Indiano,

ed. facsimilar dirigida por Antonine Tibesar, Lima: Australis, pp. 35 62.

1992 AUnraveling the Web of Disease," with W. George Lovell, in "Secret Judgments of God" Old World Disease in Colonial Spanish America.. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, pp. 213 42.

1992 "The Impact of Disease in the Sixteenth century Andean World," in John

W. Verano and Douglas H. Ubelaker, eds., Disease and Demography in the

Americas. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp. 207 14.

1990 "Migration in Colonial Peru: an Overview," in David J. Robinson, ed.,

Migration in Colonial Latin America. New York: Cambridge University

Press, pp. 41 61.

1981 "Eighteenth Century Population Change in Andean Peru: The Parish of

Yanque," in David J. Robinson, ed., Studies in Spanish American

Population History. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, pp. 243 70.

1978 "Education and the Leaders of Peruvian Independence," in Historia,

problema y promesa. Homenaje a Jorge Basadre. Lima: PUCP: 1: 63 88.

1977 "La población de la parroquia de Yanahuara, 1738 1747," in Franklin

Pease, ed., Collaguas I. Lima: Universidad Católica, pp. 13 34.

1975 "The Indian Population of Veguetá, 1623 1683," Atti del XL Congresso Internazionale degli Americanisti. Genoa. 4: 309 16.


JOURNAL ARTICLES: Noble David Cook   page 7

2009 “Recuerdos de una amistad,” El Dominical, El Comercio (Lima, 15 November 2009), 12.

2008 “Viviendo en las márgenes del imperio: Luis Jerónimo de Oré y la exploración del Otro, Histórica (Lima) XXXII.1: 11-38. (Appeared in 2009, vol. date 2008)

2005 “Avances en el estudio de la población andina colonial,” Histórica (Lima) XXVI.1-2: 15-84. (Appeared in 2005, vol. date 2002)

2004 AFranklin Pease y el valle del Colca: el desarrollo de la investigación histórica,@ Cuadernos del Archivo de la Universidad 38(Lima):18-28.

2003 “The Corregidores of the Colca Valley, Peru: Imperial Administration in an Andean Region,”@ Anuario de Estudios Americanos (Seville) 60:2: 413-39.

2003 AUna primera epidemia de viruela en 1493?,@ Revista de Indias 63:227: 49-64.

2002 "Sickness, Starvation, and Death in Early Hispaniola," Journal of Interdisciplinary History 32:3: 349-86.

2001 "Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca: A Major New Edition," Colonial Latin American Review 10:1(June): 129-32.

2000 "Franklin Pease Garcia-Yrigoyan (1939-1999)," Hispanic American Historical Review 70(May).

1999 "El impacto de las enfermedades en el mundo andino del siglo XVI," Histórica 23:2: 341-65.

1993 "Disease and the Depopulation of Hispaniola, 1492 1518," Colonial Latin American Review. 2: 213 46.

1992 "Epidemias en Triana (Sevilla, 1660 1865)," with José Hernández Palomo, Annali della Facoltà di Economia e Commercio della Università di Bari. 31: 53 81.

1992 "Beyond the Martyrs of Florida: The Versatile Career of Luis Gerónimo de Oré," The Florida Historical Quarterly. 71: 169 87.

1990 "Varieties of Andean Reality: Recent Perspectives," Latin American Research Review. 25: 206 16.

1989 "Patrones de migración indígena en el virreinato del Perú: mitayos, mingas y forasteros," Histórica. 13: 125 52.

1982 "Population Data for Indian Peru: Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries," Hispanic American Historical Review. 62: 73 120.

1978 "Recent Research Trends in Peruvian Historical Demography," Latin American Population History Newsletter. 1: 3 9.

1978 "La visita de los Conchucos por Cristóval Ponce de León, 1543," Historia y Cultura 9/10: 23 46.

1977 "Estimaciones sobre la población del Perú en el momento de la conquista,"

Histórica. 1: 37 60.

1976 "Les Indiens immigres a Lima au debut de XVIIe siecle," Cahiers des Ameriques Latines. 13/14: 33 50.

1974 "La población indígena de Veguetá, 1623 1683," Historia y Cultura. 8: 81 90.

1969 "Libro de cargos del tesorero Alonso Riquelme con el rescate de Atahualpa," Humanidades. 2: 41 88.

1965 "La población indígena en el Perú colonial," Anuario del Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas (Rosario, Argentina). 8: 73 110.

BOOK REVIEWS: Noble David Cook   page 8


Renaissance Quarterly, 63:4(2010); review of Gabriela Ramos, Death and Conversion in the Andes: Lima and Cuzco, 1532-1670. Notre Dame: University of Norte Dame Press, 2010.


Hispanic American Historical Review, 90:3(2010):546-47; review of Sherry Fields, Pestilence and Headcolds: Encountering Illness in Colonial Mexico. New York: Columbia University Press, 2008.


Ethnohistory, 57:3(2010):520-21; review of Charles Walker, Shaky Colonialism: The 1746 Earthquake – Tsunami in Lima, Peru, and its Long Aftermath. Durham: Duke University Press, 2008.


Renaissance Quarterly, 62:4(2009):174-75; review of Alejandra B. Osorio, Inventing Lima: Baroque Modernity in Peru’s South Sea Metropolis. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Americas, 65:4(2009):619-20; review of Nicolás Wey Gómez, The Tropics of Empire: Why Columbus Sailed South to the Indies. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2008.


American Historical Review, 113:5(2008):1588-89; review of Alan Durston, Pastoral Quechua. The History of Christian Translation in Colonial Peru, 1550-1650. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2007.


American Historical Review, 113:5(2008):1521-22; review of Paul Kelton, Epidemics & Enslavement. Biological Catastrophe in the Native Southeast, 1492-1715. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2007.


Histórica (2008); review of Marco Curatola Petrocchi and Mariusz S. Ziólkowski (eds), Adivinación y oráculos en el mundo andino antiguo. Lima: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú y Instituto Francés de Estudios Andinos, 2008.


American Historical Review, 111:2(2006):469-70; review of Daniel S. Jones, Rationalizing Epidemics. Meanings and Uses of American Indian Mortality since 1600, Harvard University Press, 2004.


Journal of Latin American Geography 5:1(2006):130-31; review of Charles C. Mann, 1491: New Revelations of the Americas before Columbus. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2005.


American Anthropologist 107:3(2005):522-23; review of Robert William Fogel, The Escape from Hunger and Premature Death, 1700–2100: Europe, America, and the Third World. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.


Bulletin of the History of Medicine 78:2(2004):472-74; review of Suzanne Alchon Austin, A Pest in the Land: New World Epidemics in a Global Perspective, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2003.

BOOK REVIEWS BY ND COOK, cont.: Noble David Cook   page 9


Journal of Interdisciplinary History 34:3(2003):308-11; review of Richard H. Steckel and Jerome

C. Rose, eds., The Backbone of History: Health and Nutrition in the Western Hemisphere, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.


Hispanic American Historical Review 82:2(2002):344-46: review of Juan José R. Villarías Robles, El sistema económica del imperio Inca: Historia crítica de una controversia,

Mesoamérica (2001); review of María del Carmen Mena García, Sevilla y las flotas de Indias. La gran armada de Castilla del Oro (1513-1514), Seville: Universidad de Sevilla, 1998.


Journal of Southern History 68:2(2001):431-32; review of John T. McGrath, The French in Early Florida: In the Eye of the Hurricane, Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2000.

The Americas 56(2000):115-16; review of Alan J. Kuethe and Enriqueta Vila Vilar, eds., Relaciones de poder y comercio colonial: nuevas perspectivas, Seville: Escuela de Estudios Hispano-americanos, 1999.


Mississippi Historical Quarterly 53:1(2000):165-67; review of Jerald T. Milanich, Florida's Indians from Ancient Times to the Present, Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1998.


Journal of Interdisciplinary History 31:2(2000):308-11; review of Ann Twinam, Public Lives, Private Secrets. Gender, Honor, Sexuality, and Illegitimacy in Colonial Latin America, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1999.


Journal of Interdisciplinary History 30:3(1999):516-20; review of David Henige, Numbers from Nowhere: the American Indian Contact Population Debate, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1998.


The Historian 61:4(1999):951-52; review of Miles H. Davidson, Columbus Then and Now: A Life Reexamined, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1997.


Journal of World History 10:2(1999); review of Sheldon Watts, Epidemics and History: Disease, Power and Imperialism, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997.


Hispanic American Historical Review 79(1999):135; review of Luis F. Calero, Chiefdoms under Siege: Spain's Rule and Native Adaptation in the Southern Colombian Andes, 1535 1700. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1997.


Hispanic American Historical Review 79(1999):139-40; review of Relaciones y visitas de los Andes, 4 vols., edited by Hermes Tovar Pinzón. Bogotá: Instituto Colombiano de Cultura Hispánica, 1995.


BOOK REVIEWS BY ND COOK, cont.: Noble David Cook   page 10


The Americas 54:3(1998):452-53; review of Susan Elizabeth Ramirez, The World Upside Down: Cross-Cultural Contact and Conflict in Sixteenth-Century Peru, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1996.


The North Carolina Historical Review 75:2 (1998):219-20; review of Charles Hudson, Knights of Spain: Hernando de Soto and the South's Ancient Chiefdoms, Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1997.


Hispanic American Historical Review 77(1997):120-21; review of Wendy Kramer, Encomienda Politics in Early Colonial Guatemala, 1524-1544. Dividing the Spoils, Boulder: Westview Press, 1994.


Hispanic American Historical Review 77(1997):303-304; review of Establishing Exceptionalism: Historiography and the Colonial Americas, edited by Amy Turner Bushnell. Brookfield, Vt.: Variorum, 1995.


Hispanic American Historical Review 77(1997):716; review of Franklin Pease, G.Y., Las Crónicas y los Andes, Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1995.


Sixteenth Century Journal 27:1(1996):263-64; review of James C. Murray, Spanish Chroniclers of the Indies: Sixteenth Century, New York: Twayne Publishers, 1994.


Sixteenth Century Journal 27:1(1996):274-75; review of Castaways, the Narrative of Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, edited by Enrique Pupo Walker; translated by Frances M. López Morillas.

Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993.


Sixteenth Century Journal 27:1(1996):276-77; review of Karen Ordahl Kupperman, ed., America in the European Consciousness: 1493-1750, Chapel Hill: University North Carolina Press, 1994.


The Americas 51:4(1995):594-95; review of Robert H. Jackson, Indian Population Decline: The Missions of Northwestern New Spain, 1687-1840, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1994.


Hispanic American Historical Review 75(1995):91-93; joint review of Peter Gerhard's, A Guide to the Historical Geography of New Spain, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1993; The North Frontier of New Spain, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1993; The Southeast Frontier of New Spain, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1993; Javier Ortiz de la Tabla Ducasse, Los encomenderos de Quito, 1534-1660, Seville: Escuela de Estudios Hispanoamericanos, 1993; and José de la Puente Brunke, Encomienda y encomenderos en el Perú, Seville: Diputación Provincial de Sevilla, 1992.


Hispanic American Historical Review 75(1995):225-26; review of Kenneth F. Kiple, ed., The Cambridge World History of Human Disease, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993.

BOOK REVIEWS BY ND COOK, cont.: Noble David Cook   page 11


MAN 29:4(1994):989-90; review of Suzanne Austin Alchon, Native Society and Disease in Colonial Ecuador, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1991.


Mesoamérica 28(1994):413; review of Bernard R. Ortiz de Montellano, Aztec Medicine, Health and Nutrition, Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1990.


Hispanic American Historical Review 73(1993):313-14; review of María Rostworowsi and Pilar Remy, eds., Las visitas a Cajamarca 1571 72/1578, 2 v, Lima: Instituto Estudios Peruanos, 1992.


Colonial Latin American Review (1992):274 75; review of Ida Altman, Emigrants and Society: Extremadura and Spanish America in the Sixteenth Century, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1989.

Technology and Culture (1991):438 40; review of Peter Bakewell, Silver and Entrepreneurship in Seventeenth Century Potosí: The Life and Times of Antonio López de Quiroga, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1988.


American Historical Review 93:2(1988):535; review of Frank Salomon, Native Lords of Quito in the Age of the Incas: The Political Economy of North Andean Chiefdoms, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1986.


Hispanic American Historical Review 67(1987):339 40; review of Silvio Zavala, El servicio personal de los indios en la Nueva España, 1521 1575, 2 vols., Mexico City: El Colegio de México, 1984 85.

Hispanic American Historical Review 67(1987):159 60; review of Raúl Porras Barrenechea, Los cronistas del Perú (1528 1650) y otros ensayos, Lima: Banco de Crédito del Perú, 1986.

History. Reviews of Books 15(1987): 77; review of Frederick B. Pike, The Politics of the Miraculous in Peru, Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1986.


The Journal of Southern History (1984):630 32; review of Henry F. Dobyns, Their Number Become Thinned: Native American Population Dynamics in Eastern North America, Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1983.


Hispanic American Historical Review 63(1983):389 91; review of Steve J. Stern, Peru's Indian Peoples and the Challenge of Spanish Conquest: Huamanga to 1640, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1982.


American Historical Review (1981):678 79; review of Nicholas P. Cushner, Lords of the Land: Sugar, Wine, and Jesuit Estates of Coastal Peru, 1600 1767, Albany: State University of New York Press, 1980.

BOOK REVIEWS BY ND COOK, cont.: Noble David Cook   page 12


Hispanic American Historical Review 60(1980):486 88; review of David J. Robinson, ed., Social Fabric and Spatial Structure in Colonial Latin America, Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, 1979.

Hispanic American Historical Review 59(1979):574 75; review of Angel Rosenblat, Los conquistadores y su lengua, Caracas: Universidad Central de Venezuela, 1977.


Hispanic American Historical Review 59(1979):725 28; review of Nicolás Sánchez Albornoz, Indios y tributos en el Alto Perú, Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, 1978.

Inter American Review of Bibliography 28:2(1978):198 99; review of Nicolás Sánchez Albornoz, The Population of Latin America, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974.



Hispanic American Historical Review, 57(1977):723 25; review of William M. Denevan, The Native Population of the Americas in 1492, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1976.


Journal of Inter American Studies and World Affairs (1971):535 37; review of Woodrow Borah, The Population of the Mixteca Alta, 1520 1960, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1968.


BOOK PROJECTS IN PROGRESS:


"Luis Gerónimo de Oré: the Franciscans and the New World" [book, research began in 1974].


Co-edit volume of papers, "Crisis at the End of Empire. Disease and Public Health in the Americas, 1750-1821" presented at the July 2006 Meeting of the International Congress of Americanists.


"The barrio of Triana and America: a socio-economic study." [Book, with Alexandra Parma

Cook, based on research in Seville 1990 91, 1998-99, and various summers].


RECENT PAPERS:


2010 “Migration in the Americas: the last thousand years,” University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, 4 January.

2009 “Counting the Uncountable: Successes and Failures of the Past Half Century,” Plenary address for the Annual Convention of the Renaissance Society of America, Los Angeles, March 21.

2007 “The Conde del Villar and the response to epidemic disaster, Seville and Lima in the 1580s,” Annual Convention of the Renaissance Society of America, Miami, March 2007.

2006 “Counting the uncountable: Andean native population counts to 1620,” paper for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Yale University, February 2006.

RECENT PAPERS, continued: Noble David Cook - page 13


2006 “Evaluation of Spanish census taking in the central Andes from Pizarro to 1600,” for panel organized by N.D. Cook and M. Francis on “Re-evaluating the verisimilitude of early Amerindian population counts” for the American Historical Association and the Conference of Latin American History, Philadelphia, 8 January.

2005 “Living on the Borders of Empire: Luis Gerónmo de Oré and the Exploration of the ‘Other’”. Annual Conference of the American Society for Ethnohistory, Santa Fe, NM, 17 November.

2003 AFranklin Pease y el Proyecto Collaguas,@ Instituto Riva-Aguero, Lima, Peru, 13 November.

2003 AFuentes para la Historia Demográfica Peruana,@ Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú,@ Lima, Peru, 12 November.

2003 AEpidemics in Early Colonial Latin America,@ University of Miami, Department of History, 24 September.

2002 AEl Libro de Homenaje de Franklin Pease,@ Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú,@ Lima, Peru, 6 December 2002.

2001 "La catastrofe demográfica en los Andes, a veinte años vista," VI Congreso de la Asociación de Demografia Histórica, Castelo Branco, Portugal, 18 April 2001.

2000 "Pedro del Barco, Conquistador of Peru," with Alexandra Parma Cook. Kislak Foundation Board Meeting, 8 November 2000.

2000 "Las visitas y la visión andina de Franklin Pease G.Y." Instituto Riva-Agüero, Pontificía Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, 15 November 2000.

2000 "Una primera epidemia americana (del viejo mundo) de viruelas en 1493?" VI Congreso Internacional Salud-Enfermedad de la prehistoria al siglo XX, Dirección de Estudios Históricos del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, DF, 4-9 September 2000.

1999 "Deconstructing Identity: the case of Catalina India," Guest lecture, History and Latin American Studies, Tulane University, New Orleans, March.

1998 "Fuentes para la historia de hispanoamerica en los archivos de España," Guest Lecture, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, October.

1998 "Epidemias y conquista," Guest Lecture, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, October.

1998 "Luis Gerónimo de Oré y la vida de Francisco Solano," Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, March.

1997 "Epidemias europeas en América antes de 1518," Escuela de Estudios Hispano-americanos, Seville, Spain, 4 April.

1997 Discussant, "Identity and the Historical Imagination," Critical History Workshop in Andean Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, 14 April.

1992 "Demographic Collapse Revisited," Historical Demography Committee of the Conference of Latin American History, American Historical Association Convention, Washington, DC, 27 December.

1992 "Document to Narrative: from the Crude to the Cooked," Guest Lecture, Florida

International University, 7 December.

RECENT PAPERS, continued: Noble David Cook - page 14


1992 "Research Strategies, Colonial Latin America," University of Miami, History Seminar, 2 November.

1992 "Disease and Depopulation of Hispaniola, 1492 1518," Bowling Green State University, Ohio, 15 October.

1992 "Writing History Together "In Good Faith," with Alexandra Parma Cook, Conrad Wingate Lecture, Washington College, Chestertown, MD, 16 April.

1992 "Bigamia Transatlántica: un ejemplo del siglo XVI," with Alexandra Parma Cook,

Romance Languages and Anthropology, University of Delaware, 17 April.

1992 "Epidemics and the Conquest of the Americas," with discussion of film "The Sword and the Cross," Yale University Series on "Beyond 500 Years in the Americas: Mulitcultural Perceptions and Perspectives on the Quincentennial of Christopher Columbus' Arrival," 14 April.

1992 "Epidemics and New World Conquest," History Department, Georgetown University, Washington, 6 February.

1992 "The Epidemic Factor and New World Conquest," Latin American Studies, University of Connecticut, Storrs, January.

1991 "What Killed Huayna Capac and Why Does it Matter?" History Department, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 13 February.

1991 "Luis Gerónimo de Oré: Un Franciscano Peruano," Escuela de Estudios

Hispano americanos, Seville, 6 March.

1990 "Duality in the Colca Valley," Latin American Studies Center, University of Connecticut, 17 March.

Other recent professional activities:


2009. Commentator on six papers at annual meeting of the American Ethnohistory Association, New Orleans, “Medical Ethnohistories in the Spanish Americas,” chair, Martha Few, October.

2008. Chair of panel, “Fishwives, Heretics, Tavernkeepers, and Traders: Women’s Agency in Early Modern Port Cities,” for the Annual Convention of the American Historical Association, Washington, DC, 4 January.

2006. Organized with José Hernández Palomo, panel "Crisis at the End of Empire. Disease and Public Health in the Americas, 1750-1821" for the Meeting of the International Congress of Americanists, Seville, Spain, July 16-21.

2006. Organized panel “Re-evaluating the verisimilitude of early Amerindian population counts” for the Annual Convnetion of the American Historical Association and the Conference of Latin American History, Philadelphia, 8 January.

2000. Coordinator of session "Historia de la salud pública. La ilustración y las medidas preventivas, siglos XVIII y XIX." VI Congreso Internacional Salud-Enfermedad de la prehistoria al siglo XX, Dirección de Estudios Históricos del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, 4-9 September.

2001. Commentator on three papers at annual meeting of the American Historical Association, Boston, Conference of Latin American History – “Colonial Studies” chair, S. Alchon, January.

PAST AND CURRENT MEMBERSHIPS: Noble David Cook - page 15


American Historical Association

Conference on Latin American History

Latin American Studies Association

NECLAS New England Conference on Latin American Studies

International Congress of Americanists

American Society for Ethnohistory

Fulbright Alumni Association

Society for the History of Medicine

Asociación de Demografía Histórica

Sixteenth Century Studies

AHILA Association of European Latin American Historians

Renaissance Society of America

Rocky Mountain Conference of Latin American Studies

Society for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies

Southern Historical Association


COURSES OFFERED:


Surveys

Latin American History I and II

Latin America from Columbus to Castro

United States History I and II

World Civilization I and II

Western Civilization I and II

Roots of Modern Culture (America and Europe 1850 1930)

The World since 1945

Modern Spain

Introduction to the Third World

Major Figures in History: Columbus, Castro, Evita Peron, Benito Juarez

Modern Latin America

Advanced Undergraduate and Graduate

Colonial Latin America

Senior Seminar: The European Encounter with the “Other” in the Reconnaissance

Latin American Politics

History of Peru

Guerrilla Warfare in Latin America

Human Rights in Latin America

Puerto Rico and the Caribbean

Urban History I and II

Introduction to Historical Research and Writing

Research Methods: Quantification

Early Modern Spain


COURSES OFFERED: Noble David Cook - page 16

Graduate

Readings in Atlantic History

Colonial Latin American History

Modern Latin American History

Andean Ethnohistory

Imperial Spain, 1469-1713

Population History of Latin America

Death in the Port Cities of the Atlantic World: Research Seminar

Migration and the Port Cities of the Atlantic World: Research Seminar


DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS, primary supervisor:


Renzo Honores, “Lawyers and the Legal Profession in Colonial Peru, 1540-1640,” 2007. Currently Assistant Professor of History, High Point College, Office: David Hayworth Hall 119, High Point, NC 27252, Telephone: 336-841-9078 Email: rhonores@highpoint.edu

 

Miguel Costa Vigo, “Patronage and Bribery in Sixteenth-Century Peru: the Government of Viceroy Conde del Villar and the Visita of Licenciado Alonso Fernández de Bonilla,” 2005. Currently teaching at the Catholic University of Peru, Lima. Email: miguelcostavigo@hotmail.com


Francis Xavier Luca, “Re-‘interpreting’ the Conquest: European and Amerindians Translators and Go-betweens in the Colonization of the Americas, 1492-1675,” 2004. Curently Head Librarian of the Wolfsonian Museum and teaching adjunct in History at Florida International University. Email: lucaf@fiu.edu


Mauricio Damian Rivero, “The Words of God: Religious Texts and the Counter-Reformation in the Spanish World,” 2000. Currently an associate in Holland & Knight's International and Cross-Border Transactional Practice Group, Miami, FL 305 789-7655. Email: mauricio.rivero@hklaw.com


In progress:


Sandro Patruco, “Lima’s Titled Aristocracy in the Late Colonial Era.” Preliminary exams passed December 2004, Currently teaching at the Catholic University of Peru, and conducting research in Lima. Expected completion December 2010. Email: sandro.patrucco@pucp.edu.pe


Patrick Peacock, “Punishment and Empire in the Early Atlantic.” orals and writtens completed in June 2007, dissertation research underway.

Email: patrick.peacock@gmail.com


Secondary member of dissertation committee: Noble David Cook - page 17



Silvia Mitchell, Univiersity of Miami, dissertation in progress.


Magda Gomez, “Smallpox Vaccination, the Establishment of Vaccination Boards, and State Formation in Venezuela and Cuba in the Nineteenth Century,” FIU, 2008.


Astrid Whidden, “Colonial Architecture in Key West and the Bahamas,” FIU, 2007.


Germán A. Palacio Castañeda, “Civilizing the Tropics: the Highlanders’ Failed Attempt to Transform the Colombian Amazon, 1850-1930,” FIU, 2003.


Ema Sordo, “Civilizational Designs: the Architecture of Colonialism in the Native Parishes of Potosí” University of Miami, 2000.


MASTERS THESES, primary supervisor:


Silvia Z. Mitchell, “A Favorite of a Favorite in the Court of Philip III of Spain (1598-1621): the Textual Representation of Rodrigo Calderón’s Privanza and Death,” FIU, 2006, received a McKnight Fellowship for doctoral studies, U of Miami. Email: silviamitchell@aol.com


Harry S. Goldszmidt, “Bringing Forth a Peruvian Oligarchy: Race, Class, and National Identity in Callao, 1794-1848,” FIU, 2005. Currently Senior Financial Analyst, University of Miami HC/Sylvester. Telephone 305 243-1986


Frances Lourdes Ramos, “Mendicant Responses to Tridentine Reform in New Spain, 1524-1622,” FIU, 1996. Received PhD, University of Texas at Austin, presently Assistant Professor of History, University of South Florida. Email: framos@cas.usf.edu


Ileana Carmen Ramirez, “Golden Age Masters: a Prosopography of the Spanish Baroque,” FIU, 1995.


In progress:


Monica Potts Crowe, “The Issue of Potable Water for San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1765-1846: Obstacles and Responses,” completion expected in December 2010.


Secondary member of thesis committee:


Cristina Rodriguez, “The Evangelization of the Philippines: the Catechetical Method Employed by the Spanish for the Christianization of the Philippines from 1580-1680,” FIU, 2006.


Gema A. Junco, “Violence and the New Spanish Woman,” FIU, 2004.


Secondary member of thesis committee, cont.: Noble David Cook - page 18


Roberto Pacheco, “Invisible but not forgotten: the Afro-Argentine and Afro-Uruguayan Experience from the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Centuries,” FIU, 2001.


Andres Garcia, “State Building and Regionalism in Latin America: Central America and the Rio de la Plata, 1810-1850,” FIU, 2000.


Mauricio Damian Rivero, “Changing the Face of God: Religious Uniformity and Control in the Spanish World,” FIU, 1996.


Eleonor Eggleston Phillips, “From Hoosier Schoolboy to Johnny Red: Utilizing the Autobiography of Joseph William Eggleston,” FIU, 1996.


Pablo Gómez, “The JONS: National Syndicalist Ideology in Spanish History and Politics,” 1995.


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