PAT SEED Professor History Department Rice University Academic Awards 1994-1995 Vasco Da Gama Lecturer (Portuguese Govt. Commission on the History of Discoveries)/ 1993 Daughters of Colonial Wars Prize (William and Mary Quarterly) for "Taking Possession and Reading Texts'/ 1991 Conference on Latin American History 2d Place for "'Failing to Marvel:' Atahualpa's Encounter with the Word" Latin American Research Review/ 1989 Herbert E. Bolton Prize and 1989 Bryce Wood 2d place for To Love, Honor, and Obey in Colonial Mexico/ Academic Fellowships John Carter Brown Library, National Endowment for the Humanities, Tinker Foundation, Fulbright Research Fellowship, Social Science Research Council Current Editorial Boards Itinerario: European Journal of Overseas History (Leiden, Netherlands) H-World, on-line forum in world history, Latin American Subaltern Studies, Book Series Editor, World History Library, University of California Press Books: *American Pentimento: The Pursuit of Riches and the Invention of "Indians* (Anthropology) / University of Minnesota Press, 2001 *Ceremonies of Possession in Europe's Conquest of the New World, 1492-1640* (History) Cambridge University Press, 1995 (in Portuguese, 2000)/ *To Love, Honor, and Obey in Colonial Mexico: Conflicts Over Marriage Choice, 1574-1821* (History) Stanford University Press, 1988 (in Spanish, 1992)/ Lectures: (50+) Overseas São Paulo, Brasilia, Lisbon, Canberra (Australia), Cape Town (South Africa), Dunedin (NZ), Essex (Eng.) Brussels, Antwerp (Belgium), Leiden (Netherlands), Oslo, Stockholdm, Copenhagen, multiple locations in Canada and Mexico; Named lectures in U.S.include John H. Parry Lecture (Harvard), Trumball Lecture (Yale), Allabough Lecture (Dartmouth), Articles and book chapters (50+) in literary theory, film studies, anthropology, mathematical sociology, cartography, historical areas inc. Latin America, colonial U.S., early modern Europe,historical topics military, political, cultural, indigenous peoples, comparative, many also in Spanish and Portuguese Academic Offices Founding Member Latin American Subaltern Studies, Founding Vice President, Forum on European Expansion and Global Interaction, 1994-1996; Other offices in American Historical Association, Conference on Latin American History Software Programming and Design Awards: "Latitude" ( "Best of the Net," 1999 Yahoo "What's New;" Bonus.Com "Supersite" for Geography and Science Education, also, Chronicle of Higher Education Insite, Carmen Sandiego (Frequently top-ranked site at Google for word "latitude;" consistently outranks Dell Corp.) Documentary Film Consultant: Capiau Productions (Antwerp, Belgium) Charles V and the Americas
TV & Webcasts KUHT (Houston) "Taking Possession: Comparative Cultural History" "Caliban and Native Title: The Tempest" Library of Congress/American Historical Association, "Globalizing the Americas" "Globalizing Regional History" Webcast July 1999 Languages: Fluent: Spanish, French, and Portuguese/ Adequate Reading Speaking: Dutch, Italian, Ladino, Afrikaans /Reading only: Latin, Catalan, Flemish/ Some reading and speaking Arabic, Hebrew, Swedish, and Danish.