Theodore (Ted) Stathopoulos, PhD

Professor, Building, Civil, and Environmental Engineering

Theodore (Ted) Stathopoulos, PhD
Office: S-EV 6125 
Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex,
1515 St. Catherine W.
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 3186


Dr. Stathopoulos obtained his Civil Engineering Diploma from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, and obtained his M.E.Sc. and Ph.D. from the University of Western Ontario (1979). He has been awarded with two Honorary Doctorates in 2011 by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece) and in 2015 by Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands). 
In 1979, he joined the Centre for Building Studies at Concordia University. His work in the area of wind engineering and building aerodynamics has received national and international recognition. He was promoted to the rank of Associate Professor in 1982 and the rank of Professor in 1987. He has been Associate Director of the Centre for Building Studies for the years 1983 to 1995. In 1993, he was appointed Associate Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, a position he held until 1998 when he became Director of the Centre for Building Studies for the years 1998-2001. He was Associate Dean of the School of Graduate Studies at Concordia University from 2003 to 2010. 
Dr. Stathopoulos has established an excellent teaching record at both the undergraduate and graduate levels and has also been active in the development of educational models. He has also received several awards for providing excellent teaching services, including the Concordia Council on Student Life Teaching Excellence Award in 1997, the Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2006, the ENCS Teaching Excellence Award in 2011, the President's Excellence in Teaching Award in 2012, the Honoris Genius for Engineering Research / Education Award by the Ordre des Ingenieurs du Québec in 2020. In parallel, he has an outstanding research record with more than 600 publications in refereed journals and conference proceedings. His work in the area of wind engineering and building aerodynamics has received national and international recognition. It forms the basis for wind design of low-rise buildings in 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2005, 2010, 2015, and 2020 National Building Code of Canada. Furthermore, it has been partly included in the 1982 American National Wind Standard (later ASCE 7-88, 93, 95, 98, 02, 05, 10, 16, and 22) and in other building design codes and standards.
Dr. Stathopoulos has established the Building Aerodynamics Laboratory at the Centre for Building Studies (later Centre for Zero Energy Building Studies) and has developed, in cooperation with Dr. D. Surry of the University of Western Ontario, the so-called “pneumatic-averaging technique” for the measurement of area-averaged fluctuating wind pressures on buildings. This technique has been used routinely around the world. He received the Best Paper Award for the paper entitled “Wind-Tunnel Studies of Buildings and Structures” published in the ASCE Journal of Aerospace Engineering in 1996. Dr. Stathopoulos' research has been receiving continuously significant support from NSERC (operating, equipment, strategic, discovery, cooperative research and development grants), FCAR, later NATEQ and FRNQT (operating and equipment grants), and several other organizations. Dr. Stathopoulos has participated actively in numerous external bodies including the ASCE Standards Committee of Minimum Design Loads of Buildings and Other Structures. He has been elected as America’s Regional Representative in the Executive Board of the International Association for Wind Engineering – IAWE (2003-2007 and 2007-2011) and a consultative member of the Board (2011-present); the Board of Directors of the American Association for Wind Engineering – AAWE (2003-07); convenor of the International Standards Organization (ISO) TC 098 / SC03 /WG 02 “Wind Action on Structures” on behalf of Standards Council Canada (SCC) (2022- present); elected member of the National Building Code of Canada (NBCC) Standing Committee on Structural Design (SC-SD) – Task Group on Climatic Loads (TG-CL) (2015-present). He has served on several ASCE bodies and chaired the Aerodynamics, the Experimental Analysis & Instrumentation, as well as the Wind Effects Committee of ASCE; elected member of Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures Standards Committee ASCE 7 (1986-present); Executive Committee of ASCE Aerospace Division (1997-2002), Vice-chair (1999-2000), Chair (2000-2001), Past Chair (2001-2002) and a member of Advisory Board (2002-present);  member of ASCE Publications Committee (2007-2010); ASCE Committee on Structures and Dynamics (1990-2005); ASCE 49 Standards Committee (2017-2021); and a member of Structural Wind Engineering Committee (SWEC) (2007-present), chair of Sub-Committee on Wind Loads on Solar Panels (2013-present).
Dr. Stathopoulos has been invited as keynote speaker, chairman, and rapporteur in short courses at national and international conferences taken place in Canada, the U.S.A., Europe, Japan, and Australia. He has been a consultant on numerous projects on issues related to wind-building interaction. He has acted as an expert witness on cases related to wind-building interaction. He also has the industrial experience, gained before his engagement in research. He has been honored by the American Association for Wind Engineering and he received the 1997 Engineering Award of the National Hurricane Conference for his “exhaustive studies leading to the adoption of the new ASCE-7 Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures which is already leading to safer, more hurricane-resistant construction in many areas”. He received the ASCE Aerospace Division’s Outstanding Professional Service Award for the year 2004, the 2009 Jack E. Cermak Medal of the Engineering Mechanics Institute of ASCE, the 2010 Best Paper Award for the paper entitled "Numerical Simulation of Dispersion around an Isolated Cubic Building: Model Evaluation of RANS and LES" published in the Journal Building and Environment, the 2010 Concordia University Research Fellow Award in the strategic research cluster ‘Technology, Industry and Environment, the 2011 Outstanding Achievement Award from the Dutch-Flemish Wind Engineering Association, the 2012 Alan G. Davenport Medal of the International Association for Wind Engineering, the 2013 Japan Association for Wind Engineering Award in recognition of his contribution to the outstanding publication of Advanced Structural Wind Engineering; the 2018-2019 Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science Research Award (Research Fellow, Tier I). Also, he is recognized by the Atmospheric Environment Journal as a Highly Cited Author for the years 2007-2010 for the paper entitled "CFD Simulation of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer: Wall Function Problems" published in the Journal Atmospheric Environment
Dr. Stathopoulos has been appointed Editor of the Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, as well as an Editorial Board member of several prestigious journals in his field. He was named a member of the Visiting Professor of the "111 Talents" Project at Beijing Jiatong University and Chongqing University in China (2014 to 2019 and 2018 to 2023); and a Distinguished Professor in Building Physics, Urban Physics, and Wind Engineering at the Technical University of Eindhoven in The Netherlands (2015 to 2019 and 2019 to 2023).


Wind effects on buildings
Building aerodynamics
Wind environment
Dispersion of pollutants in the urban environment
Computational wind engineering
Codification of wind effects

Professional society memberships

Fellow, Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE)
Fellow, Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
Fellow, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
Fellow, Structural Engineering Institute (SEI)
Member, American Association for Wind Engineering/Wind Engineering Research Council

Professional registrations

Member, Order of Engineers of Quebec
Member, Professional Engineers of Ontario 
Member, Technical Chamber of Greece

Teaching activities

Undergraduate courses

ENGR 242: Statics
ENGR 243: Dynamics
ENGR 244: Mechanics of Materials
CIVI 341:Civil Engineering Systems
BLDG 361: Building Science I (1/3)

Graduate courses

BLDG 6071: Wind Engineering and Building Aerodynamics
BLDG 6581: Decision Analysis
ENGR 607 - ENCS 614 (ENCS 6141): Probabilistic Methods in Design
ENCS 8011: Ph.D. Seminar

Research activities

Ongoing research projects

Hatem Alrawashdeh, (Ph.D. student)

Experimental and computational evaluation of wind loads on rooftop solar panels

Solar panels are lightweight structures and wind pressures on their surfaces may be critical and may affect their structural integrity. Current wind codes and standards of practice provide emerging design provisions for common configurations of solar panels. Despite the amount of research that has been conducted to enrich the knowledge in wind-induced loads on solar panels, research in this area is still lacking and producing contradictory results. There are still many obstacles to the appropriate wind tunnel testing of these elements - scaling factors and blockage ratios are typical examples. Indeed, in order to fulfill the delicate scaling and instrumentation requirements for solar panel models in atmospheric boundary layer wind tunnels, larger models may be desirable. However, this condition may lead to unreliable wind simulations. Therefore, it is necessary to establish specific guidelines for wind tunnel testing of solar panels to be considered in subsequent experimentation to avoid the present ambiguities across previous studies’ results. Geometric test scaling is considered a key parameter in the simulation and has not yet been investigated adequately. It is then proposed that several wind tunnel experiments will be conducted at different scales (1:200, 1:100,1:50, etc.) in parallel with computational approaches based on CFD techniques. Then, comprehensive parametric experiments will be conducted to yield credible results for codification purposes and guidelines to be used by manufacturers and designers.

Murad Aldoum, (Ph.D. student)

Wind loads on rectangular and irregular buildings

Cladding and secondary component wind pressure coefficients provided by the Canadian code for buildings with rectangular plans basically emanate from studies conducted 40-50 years ago. These coefficients have remained almost unchanged until this time. However, as the wind pressure measurement tools have significantly improved during the past 50 years, verification should be made for wind provisions of rectangular buildings using experimental data obtained by modern pressure measurement devices. It is planned to test several rectangular buildings with different roof slopes and shapes in the wind tunnel, including a nearly flat roof, 45°-gabled roof, and stepped roof buildings. Buildings with irregular (i.e., nonrectangular) plans such as L-shaped and T-shaped buildings have not received adequate attention from wind tunnel investigators. Therefore, wind loads on irregular buildings are described shortly and shyly, if at all, in the current building codes and standards. Numerous tests will be performed at the wind tunnel to create a dataset for irregular buildings which will be used to evaluate the design wind loads. In addition, the dataset will be used as a training set for a machine learning model to predict wind loads for irregular buildings.


Theodore Potsis, (Ph.D. student)

Tuning the virtual wind tunnel for design of low-rise buildings

The use of computational fluid dynamics in wind engineering has rapidly expanded in the last decades in both scientific research and practical applications. Turbulence features in the lower atmospheric boundary layer, that interact with low-rise structures, consist of a very challenging modelling topic; especially for peak loads that are needed for design. Current state-of-the-art tools for estimating fluctuating wind loads on building envelopes are out of the computational reach of practitioners and introduce many complexities. To address that, a tuning procedure is researched between the virtual and the physical wind tunnel, based on simple assumptions and minimum computational burden. Wind tunnel experiments are used to extract velocity time-series, which are adapted to fit certain parameters. The adapted time series are then introduced in the computational domain, where the values of interest are calculated. Results regarding the turbulence statistics, spectral content and peak pressure coefficients on building envelopes correlate well with experiments. The importance of inlet conditions in computational procedures is highlighted and the adequate accuracy is discussed, as to create a uniform computational procedure for design of low-rise buildings against wind loads that can be easily applied by modern practitioners.

Recent research projects

Jianhan Yu
Contribution to the Exposure Assessment for the Evaluation of Wind Effects on Buildings

Mohamad Dakour
Multihazard Performance-Based Assessment of Multi-Storey Steel Braced Frame Buildings

Mu’ath Al-Makhadmeh
Comprehensive Study of Non-synoptic Wind Effects on Buildings
Efstratios Dimitrios Rounis
A Novel Design Methodology for Air-based Building Integrated Photovoltaic/thermal (BIPV/T) Systems with Coupled Modelling of Wind-driven and Channel flow-driven Convective Phenomena   

Faruk Ahmed Sakib
Wind Loads on Canopies Attached to Buildings of Different Heights

Firouzeh Souri
Effectiveness of Roof Overhang on Mid-Rise Buildings: Field Measurements and Improved Assessment Based on ISO Standard

Shuay Shao
Comprehensive Study of Wind Effects on L- and T-Shaped Low-Rise Buildings with Hip Roofs
Murad Aldoum
Wind Loads on Low-Slope Roofs of Low-Rise and Mid-Rise Buildings with Large Plan Dimensions

Senwen Yang
Wind Effects on Air Curtain Aerodynamics Performance

Aierken Dilimulati
Augmenting Urban Wind Energy: Shrouded Diffuser Casing for Roof-Mounted Wind Turbines
Thai Son Nguyen
Wind-Induced Shear and Torsion on Low and Medium-Rise Earthquake Resistant Steel Braced Frame Buildings
Jun Cheng
An Experimental and Computational Study of Natural and Hybrid Ventilation in Buildings

 Zissis Ioannidis
Double Skin Facades Integrating Photovoltaic Panels, Motorized Shades and Controlled Air Flow

Ayman Al-Quraan
Contribution to Wind Energy Conversion Systems in Urban and Remote Areas

Vincent Chiu
The Effect of Overhang on Wind-driven Rain Wetting for a Mid-rise Building

Efstratios-Dimitrios Rounis
Multiple-inlet Building Integrated Photovoltaics: Modeling and Design including Wind Effects

Hatem Alrawashdeh
Wind Pressures on Flat Roof Edges and Corners of LargeLow Buildings

Mauricio Chavez-Yanez
A Comprehensive Numerical Study of the Effects of Adjacent Buildings on Near-Field Pollutant Dispersion

Mohamed El Sharawy
Wind-Induced Torsional Loads on Low- and Medium-Rise Buildings

Dimitrios Ladas
Wind Effects on the Performance of Solar Collectors on Roofs

Neetha Vasan
Experimental Study of Wind Effects on Unglazed Transpired Collectors

Hosé Daniel Candelario-Suarez
Wind-Induced Pressures on Canopies Attached to the Walls of Low-Rise Buildings

Eleni Xypnitou
Wind Loads on Solar Panel Systems Attached to Building Roofs

Hajra Bodhisatta
A Comprehensive Experimental Study of the Effects of Adjacent Buildings on Near-Field Pollutant Dispersion

Ioannis Zisis
Wind Load Paths on Wood Buildings

Lin Du
Air Infiltration through Revolving Doors

Eleni Mouriki
Solar-Assisted Hybrid Ventilation in an Institutional Building
Rania Bedair
Comprehensive Study of Wind Loads on Parapets

Amit Gupta
Physical Modeling of the Downwash Effect of Rooftop Structures on Plume Dispersion

Panagiota Karava
Airflow Prediction in Buildings for Natural Ventilation Design: Wind Tunnel Measurements and Simulation

Ioannis Zisis
Structural Monitoring and Wind Tunnel Studies of a Low Wooden Building



 Ed. Voces de nuevas primaveras. Octavo encuentro deescritoras hispano-canadienses. Prólogo de AntonioGiménez-Micó. Montreal: CCLEH, August 2018. 74 pp.

- Reviewed by Camila Reimers. September 2018.

-         Presentation by Lady Rojas Benavente, I Salon du livre à Laval, December 5, 2018.

    Rojas Benavente, LadyWater Star/ Estrella de agua. English translation directed by Sophie M. Lavoie. Toronto: ANTARES, 2017. 86 pp. ISBN 978-1-77355-004-6

- Reviewed by:  Marzena Walkowiak, “The global world: poetry away to connect different cultures, feelings and points of view.”            In Voces de nuevas primaveras. Octavo encuentro deescritoras hispano-canadienses. August 2018: 60-62.

Ø          Lady Rojas Benavente  &  Sophie M. Lavoie  (eds.).  Construyendo memoria: Escritoras latinocanadienses en elnuevo milenio. Toronto: ANTARES, 2017. 117pp. ISBN 978-1-77355-001-5

      Alvarado, Rivera. María Jesús.El Feminismo. Educación Femenina. Le Féminisme. L´Éducation féminine. Feminism.Feminine Education. Rojas Benavente, Lady, Ed. & literary article. Translator to French by Janine Edoin & to English by AliciaZavala & Louise Sheils. Montreal: EditionsAlondras, 2014. 188 pp. ISBN 978-292-314-3323

-- Reviewed by: Gabrielle Etcheverry, May 6, 2016.  VII Meeting of Canadian-Hispanic Women Writers at Concordia University,Montreal. “Women’sLiberation and Peruvian Nation Building: Review of Lady Rojas’ Study of María Jesús Alvarado Rivera” in Construyendomemoria: Escritoras latinocanadienses en el nuevo milenio. Toronto: ANTARES, 2017:107-110.

      Rojas Benavente, Lady. Alumbramientoverbal en los 90. Escritoras peruanas: signos y pláticas. Montreal: Editions Alondras, 2014. 314 pp. Second ed. ISBN978-2-923143-3-30

2011 – 2014 SSHRC to work on Peruvian Women’s narratives: Violence, Racism and Gender in National Post-Independence. In progress.

2009-11 Fundacao Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil, to edit a book, Voces negras de las Américas Diálogos contemporáneos/ Vozes negras das Américas Diálogos contemporaneous. Book manuscript completed.  Book published. 

2009-2010 Arequipa Contemporary Library, Peru, to publish a book, Adela Montesinos Life and literary work. Book published.

2002-2005 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada to work on “A Literary Analysis of Peruvian Women Poets: 1900-1960”. Book published.

Refereed chapters

“Alicia Yáñez Cossío”, Narradoras ecuatorianas de hoy. Una Antología crítica. Adelaida López de Martínez & Gloria Da Cunha-Giabbai, Compiladoras. San Juan: Editorial de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, 2000: 31-71.      

Refereed articles

            “Pre-textos artísticos y pretextos psicológicos en Tiempo de ser (2017) de Camila Reimers.” In Voces de nuevas primaveras. Octavo encuentro deescritoras hispano-canadienses. Montreal: CCLEH, August 2018:48-54.

       “La estética dela colonialidad en Las arterias de don Fernando (2013).” In Letras deMaple. Antologia de escritura femenina hispano-canadiense. Ricardo CamarenaCastellanos, ed. Ottawa: Split Quotation, 2016. 120-132. 

        Margarita Práxedes Muñoz: E Pluribus Unun o hacia una república unida.” In  Godenzzi, Juan C.; Sebastián Ferrero & Catherine Poupeney Hart. Eds. Tinkuy. Boletín de investigación y debate. Notas sobre prácticas culturales eidentidades en el Perú. (n. 23, 2015): 5-19.

      El espacio de la luz (2004). Cuentos y poemas de Nela Rio” in NelaRio Escritura en foco: la mirada profunda. Gabriela Etcheverry. Ed. Ottawa: Qantati eBooks, 2012: 238-254.

     “Angélica Palma Román y la historia narrativa delPerú post-independiente”, in Aula Palma VIII 2009. Instituto RicardoPalma, Ed. Lima: Universidad Ricardo Palma, 2009: 287-299. 

“Magda Portal Moreno en el debate de los géneros de 1920 a 1930”, in La mujer en la literatura del mundo hispánico. Eds. Juana Alcira Arancibia & Rosa Tezanos-Pinto. La mujer en la literatura del mundo hispánico. Westminster, CA: ILCH, VIII 2009: 70-82.

“Estrella Arroyo de Guedes”, in Antología poética de Estrella Arroyo de Guedes. Buenos Aires: ILCH, 2009: 175-179.

“La invención teatral en Mamaé y del escritor Belisario en La Señorita de Tacna (1981), de Mario Vargas Llosa”, in Javier Vargas de Luna & Emilia Deffis. Eds. Perú en el espejo de Vargas Llosa. Puebla & Québec: Universidad de las Américas & Université Laval, 2008: 145-154.

“Historia narrativa de la conquista de los indígenas mexicanos: Elena Garro” in Yo quiero que haya mundo… Elena Garro 50 años de dramaturgia. Patricia Rosas Lopategui. Ed. México: Porrúa & Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, 2008: 385-393.

“Un poema de resistencia de Victoria Santa Cruz Gamarra, etnicidad en los 50 en el Perú” in ´Escribir´ la identidad: Creación cultural y negritud en el Perú. M´Bare N´Gom. Ed. Lima: Universidad Ricardo Palma, 2008: 161-174.

"El cuerpo femenino de la prostituta según Catalina Recavarren" in Mujeres que escriben en América Latina. Ed. Sara Beatriz Guardia. Lima: CEHMAL, 2007: 417-424.

"El secreto de los Sachapuyos de Sonaly Tuesta" in Carlos García Bedoya (compilador). MEMORIAS DE JALLA 2004 LIMA. Jornadas andinas de literatura latinoamericana (Tomo III). Lima: Fondo Editorial de la Universidad Nacional Mayor de Marcos, 2006: 1659-1674.

Mi Manuel y/o la legitimación autobiográfica de Adriana González Prada” in Márgara Russotto (coordinadora). La  ansiedad  autorial. Formación de la autoría femenina en América Latina: los textos autobiográficos. Caracas: Comisión de Estudios de Postgrado de la FHE y la Editorial Equinoccio de la Universidad Simón Bolívar, 2006: 343-353.

“Niñas de la selva peruana en cautiverio: identidad fragmentada y resiliencia en Doña Shabi (1956) de Clorinda Caller Iberico”, in Fernando de Diego, Gastón Lillo, Antonio Sánchez Sánchez & Borka Sattler. Eds. Identidad(es) del Perú en la literatura y las artes. Ottawa: University of Ottawa, 2005: 119-128.

“Figurando, desfigurando y configurando la feminidad en La sombra alucinante (1939) de Angélica Palma”, in Roland Forgues & Jean-Marie Flores, Editores, Escritura femenina  y reivindicación de género en América Latina. Paris: Editora Thélès, Mare & Martin, 2005: 87-101.

“Helena Aramburú Lecaros: Periodista del cambio social y cultural en el Perú de los 30”, in Gregory Zambrano (Compilador), Mujer: escritura, imaginario y sociedad en América Latina. Mérida, Venezuela: Universidad de Los Andes, 2004: 63-78.

“Escritoras peruanas al alba del próximo milenio”, in Daniel Castillo Durante & Borka Sattler Eds. Perú en su cultura. Lima: University of Ottawa / PromPerú, 2002: 175-181.

“Elena Garro: el hechizo de una escritora en exilio permanente”, in Lucía Melgar & Gabriela Mora, Eds. Elena Garro Lectura múltiple de una personalidad compleja. Puebla: Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, 2002: 203-211.

“Carmen Ollé y el des/ en/ mascaramiento de los géneros en Las dos caras del deseo”, in Priscilla Gac-Artigas. Editora. Reflexiones ensayos sobre escritoras hispanoamericanas contemporáneas. New Jersey: Nuevo Espacio, 2002: 141-156.

“Trauma y violencia político-sexual en La Fiesta del Chivo”, in Roland Forgues Ed. Mario Vargas Llosa, escritor, ensayista, ciudadano y político. Lima: Minerva, 2001: 537-552.

“Una francesa en Perú: culturas en acecho en Mi Manuel de Adriana de González de Prada”, in Roland Forgues Ed. Miradas Cruzadas. Lima: Editorial San Marcos, 2001: 122-127. Review by Carlos Garayar, “Conversaciones en los Pirineos”, Voces Revista Cultural de Lima 2, 9 (Oct-Dic 2001): 39-40.

“La transmutación por la palabra escrita y la lectura en la narrativa de Pilar Dughi”, Rojas-Trempe, Lady & Catharina Vallejo. Eds.  Celebración de la creación literaria de escritoras hispanas  en las Américas.  Ottawa & Montreal: Girol Books & Enana Blanca, 2000: 113-119.

“Rosina Valcárcel: entre la resistencia y la afirmación poéticas”, Mujer, creación y problemas de identidad en América Latina. Roland Forgues, compilador. Mérida, Venezuela: Universidad de los Andes, 2000: 377-383.

"Literatura, pilar básico en la enseñanza de la lengua"  in Lauro Zavala, Ed. Lecturas simultáneas. La enseñanza de lengua y literatura con especial atención al cuento ultracorto. México: Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, 1999: 43-51.

“El cuerpo y el lenguaje en La misteriosa metáfora de tu cuerpo de Doris Moromisato”, La mujer en la literatura del mundo hispánico, Alcira, J., Rosas, Y. & Dimo, E. Eds. California: Instituto Literario y Cultural Hispánico, 1999: 243-251.

“De la domesticidad neo-colonial femenina a la creación artística: El Cristo Feo de Alicia Yáñez Cossío”, Mujeres latinoamericanas del siglo XX Historia y cultura, II. México & La Habana: UAM Unidad Iztapalapa & Casa de las Américas, 1998: 87-95.

Memorias de España 1937 de Elena Garro", Estudios Hispano-americanos II, Ed. Patricia Odber de Baubeta, Birmingham: Dept. of Hispanic Studies, The University of Birmingham, 1998: 257-264.

“Poética feminista en Loca como las aves de Rosina Valcárcel”, Poéticas de escritoras hispanoamericanas al alba del próximo milenio.  Miami: Universal, 1998: 125-141.

“La creación infantil según Aline Pettersson," Escribir la infancia. Narradoras mexicanas contemporáneas, Pasternac, N., Domenella, A. R.  y Gutiérrez de Velasco, L. Mexico: El Colegio de Mexico, 1996: 233-253.

“La escritura individual y la escritura colectiva: de la imitación a la creación poética", L2 Speaking and Writing: Research, Teaching, Technology, T.S. Paribakht, H. Séguin, M-C. Tréville & R. Williamson. Eds. Ottawa: University of Ottawa, 1996: 89-93.

“Women's Word: From resistance to challenging the patriarchal culture", The Reordering of Culture: Latin American, The Caribbean and Canada in the Hood, A. Ruprecht & C. Taiana Eds. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1995: 235-250.

“Formas del goce femenino en Más allá de la mirada". Sin imágenes falsas, sin falsos espejos. Narradoras Mexicanas del Siglo XX. Aralia López González, coordinadora. México: El Colegio de México, 1995: 445-462.

“El discurso teatral del descubrimiento de las Américas". Quinientos Años de Teatro Latinoamericano. Del rito a la postmodernidad. Sergio Pereira Poza Ed. Santiago de Chile: Crítica de Teatro Latinoamericano 4, 1994: 171-177.

“Strategies for Developing Oral Skills in Spanish", L2 and Beyond: Teaching and Learning Modern Languages, V. Adamantova, L.G. Sbrocchi & R. Williamson eds. Ottawa: Legas, 1993: 139-148.

“La iniciación y el discurso de dos adolescentes en "Carol dice" de Barbara Jacobs". Cuento contigo (La ficción en Mexico). Tlaxcala: Universidad Autónoma de Tlaxcala, 1993: 117-127.

“Teatralización en la Memoria de Elena Garro." Reflexiones sobre Teatro Latinoamericano del siglo veinte. Argentina: Galerna, 1989: 135-141.

Appendix in books

"Lectura del teatro del incesto: enigmas en Circuito cerrado de Silvia Molina". Apéndice de Circuito cerrado de Silvia Molina". Mexico: UNAM, Difusión Cultural, 1995: 55-67.

"Adendum: Veinticinco años de producción dramática de Guillermo Schmidhuber", Los entes teatrales. Obra dramática de Guillermo Schmidhuber. Guadalajara: Universidad de Guadalajara, 1994: 171-176.

Prologue of books

     “Prologo”, JuanBautista Túpac Amaru y el misterio de La Orden del Sol by Jose BilbaoRichter. Buenos Aires: 1848 Editorial Circulo Militar, 2014: 11-15.

   “Amar, Ser, Hombre”, in Mensajes de barrode David Muñoz, Lima: 2012: 7.

Un libro singular”. Adela Montesinos Vida y Obra de Dunia Espinoza Montesinos. Arequipa: Biblioteca Arequipa Contemporáneos, 2010:17-25.

Poemas Urbanos de Marita Troiano” en Troiano, Marita, Poemas Urbanos. Lima: Carpe Diem, 1998: 7-10. -Review by Juan Velit Granda, "Marita Troiano, prisionera del neón",  El Comercio, Suplemento Dominical, October 20, 1998: 2 pp.

“Amar, Ser, Hombre”, in Mensajes de barro de David Muñoz, Lima: Gilles Viger L´Africain Ed. 1970: v.

Book reviews

“Mario Vargas llosa. Ética y creación de  Roland Forgues”, Alba de America 26. 49-50 (July 2007): 607-608.

“Carlos Gallardo Gómez. La Rebelión Gris. La Lucha Del movimiento pensionista por la vigencia de la 20530. Lima: Ediciones COOSTEP, 2005.

 “Elogio del diálogo: Miguel Covarrubias Vida y mundos (2004) de Elena Poniatowska Amor.” (March 2005). Plumas de Afrodita. Una mirada a la poeta peruana del siglo XX”, Voces Revista Cultural de Lima 19, 5 (2004): 24-25.

 Mortal in puribus de Marita Troiano, CCLEH, 4, 1997: 3.

"Tinísima de Elena Poniatowska", Letras Femeninas, 20, 1-2, 1994: 189-190.

 "Loca como las aves de Rosina Valcárcel", CCLEH, 3, 1996: 3.

 "Loreina Santos Silva: una escritora caribeña (Este ojo que me mira)", Eco Latino, 5, 51, 1996: 5.

"La guerrilla fantasma de Alfredo Villanueva Collado", Explicación de Textos Literarios,  19, 2, 1990-91: 93-95.

Articles on the web

        “María Jesús Alvarado Rivera: primera feministaperuana”, Destiempos. Revista de curiosidad cultural, Año 3. 19.2009.

Mexico D.F.

“Desglosando "Ese puerto existe" de Blanca Varela”, htpp//, December 14, 2008, Lima, Peru.

“Mujeres y movimientos sociales en América Latina: Ángela Ramos y Magda Portal, escritoras políticas de pie en la Historia del Perú” (2005). Centro Flora Tristan, Lima, Peru

Articles in refereed journals

     “La alteridad en La distanciaque nos separa (2015) de Renato Cisneros.” In Memoria del Perú.Actas del VIII Congreso Internacional de Peruanistas en el Extranjero. Eds. José Antonio Mazzotti  and LuisAbanto Rojas. Lima: Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana, 2018.269-285.

   Cuento paródico de Ester deIzaguirre: “Yo, fabulador, el verbo en presente” (1999), in Alba de América37. 70 y 71 (2017): 368-379.

   Entre el amor y la furia de MarujaMartínez Castilla: Prejuicios de género, actitudes machistas y discursospatriarcales en un testimonio peruano. Canadianjournal of Latin American and Caribbean studies / Revue canadienne des étudeslatino-américaines et Caraïbes 41. 1 (2016):38-60.

   “La descolonialidad del poder en JuanBautista Tupac Amaru y el misterio de la Orden del Sol.” Cultura y Versión Iensayos de investigación. En torno al bicentenario de la independenciaargentina (1816-2016) 2016: 87-103. Comments “Un hombre que expresa latragedia de los pueblos americanos” by Alejandra Crespín Argañaraz, LA GACETA, Abr 2017) 28.

   “Mujeres textimoniantes de la conquista europea en: Semillas de los Dioses Perú legendario (2000) de Lucía Foxy La isla bajo el mar (2009) de Isabel Allende”,in Consensus 20.1 (2015): 73-82.

  Un derecho inalienable paralas mujeres en “Las obreras del pensamiento en la América del Sud” de ClorindaMatto de Turner.” Buenos Aires: Académica Digital, 2015.

  Poesía de César Vallejo:pasaje del hogar familiar al exilio”, in Consensus 19.1 (2014): 21-30. Revista de la Universidad Femenina del Sagrado Corazon. Lima, Peru.

  Zarela. Una historiafeminista novela de Leonor Espinoza deMenéndez: sin educación lamujer no avanza” in Consensus 18.1 (2013): 99-112.

   Y el caos murmuró… (2004) deElvira Ordóñez o la palabra energía”. Voces Revista Cultural de Lima 49. 13 (2012): 30-31.

   “Homenaje crítico literario a Pilar Dughi Martínez, escritora peruana”. Alba de América 31. 59 (December 2011): 118-144. 

“El derecho de pensar en ‘Las obreras del pensamiento en América del Sud’ de Clorinda Matto de Turner”, Escritoras del Siglo XIX en América Latina. Lima: CEMHAL, 2010.

“Ya no es mi voz" de Elvira Ordóñez. Cuando las sombras hablan (1956). Voces Revista Cultural de Lima 40, 11 Décimo Aniversario (April 2010): 89-91.

“María Jesús Alvarado Rivera: primera feminista peruana”, Medianeras y mediadoras en las letras hispánicas,
Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 32, 1 (Fall 2007, It has been published in Mai-June 2008): 149-163.

“Me gritaron negra”: de Victoria Santa Cruz Gamarra. Etnicidad en el Perú de los 50 y poesía de resistencia”, Actual, Revista de la Dirección General de Cultura y Extensión. Universidad de los Andes 62-63 (Mayo-Diciembre 2006): 85-96.

“Adela Montesinos: Poeta de 1940”, Voces Revista Cultural de Lima 27, 7, 2006: 48-49.

“Roland Forgues, Crítico literario »,  Alba de América 25, 47-48, 2006: 59-63.

“Las patrias de Manuel Scorza”, Signos Literarios y Lingüísticos, México 11, VI (January-June 2004): 101-113.

"Ex-patria-das, locas y escritoras en los cuentos de Elena Garro",  Letras Femeninas 29, 1 (Summer 2003): 87-110.

“Otra poeta peruana anónima”, Yo con mi viveza. Textos de conquistadoras, monjas, brujas, poetas y otras mujeres de la colonia.” Luisa Campuzano & Catharina Vallejo Edts. La Habana & Montréal: Casa de las Américas & Concordia University, Cuadernos Casa 41, 2003: 216-219.

“El extrañamiento y la risa en La multiplicación de las viejas” in Alba de América 21, 39-40 2002: 123-135.

“Ángela Ramos, escritora política de pie en la Historia del Perú” in Alba de América 20, 37 & 38, Summer 2001: 153-165.

“De la domesticidad neocolonial femenina a la creación artística: El Cristo feo de Alicia Yáñez Cossío” in CMLL Working Papers Volume II 1998-1999. Reiss, Charles & Vallejo, Catherine, Eds. Montreal: CMLL, Concordia University, 1999: 85-91.

“La música clásica en la poesía de Rosina Valcárcel” in Alba de América, 16, 30-31, Summer 1998: 199-207.

“Lectura bajtiana de Ese ojo que me mira de Loreina Santos Silva”, in Letras Femeninas, 23, 1-2, Fall 1997:139-148.

“La crítica feminista sobre escritoras hispanoamericanas”, in Alba de América 15, 28-29, Summer 1997: 131-141.

"La educación privada en Montreal en dos cuentos de Bárbara Jacobs", in Alba de América, 14, 26-27, Summer 1996: 389-397.

"Hacia la interacción cultural en Aline Pettersson: De cuerpo entero y Más allá de la mirada," Literatura Mexicana, 7, 1, Winter 1996: 105-127.

"Formas del goce femenino en Más allá de la mirada de Aline Pettersson," Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos, 19, 1, Fall 1994: 137-147.

"El riesgo de vivir de Lucía Fox: la dramatización de la violencia peruana", La Escena Latinoamericana 1. 2 October 1993: 14-17.

"Apuntes sobre Cambio de armas de Luisa Valenzuela", Letras Femeninas, 19, 1-2, 1993: 74-83.

"Las peripecias de la mirada de El Zapaterito de Guanajuato", Alba de América, 11, 20-21, 1993: 303-310.

"Historia narrativa de la conquista de los indígenas mexicanos: Elena Garro", Literatura Mexicana, México 3, 1, 1992: 157-168.

"El descubrimiento teatral de América", Tierra adentro, México 56, Nov-Dec 1991: 99-102.

"La alteridad indígena y mágica en la narrativa de Elena Garro, Manuel Scorza y Gioconda Belli", Alba de América, 1.16-17, July 1991: 141-152.

"El autorretrato de Elena Garro", Alba de América, 1.16-17, Summer 1991: 163-180.

"¿El Teatro riñe con la Política en Por las tierras de Colón?", Latin American Theatre Review, 25\1, Fall 1991: 115-122.

"La langue française des hispanophones exilés de l'Amérique", Bulletin Association Québécoise des enseignants de français langue seconde, 12, 2, 1991: 65-73.

"El Estado en ‘Las cabezas bien pensantes’ de Elena Garro",  Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos, 14, 3, 1990: 597-605.

"La ronda mágica y la palabra del deseo", Lenguas, Literaturas, Sociedades, Cuadernos hispánicos, 3, 1990: 137-148.

"El brujo en La semana de colores”, Mitos en Hispanoamérica, Interpretación y Literatura. Michigan: East Lansing, 1, 1989: 22-34.

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