Samuel F. Sotillo

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Senior Lecturer

  • Email: sfsotill@ncsu.edu
  • Address:
    Language and Computer Labs 206A, Box 8106
    NCSU Campus
    Raleigh, NC 27695

Biography

My name is Samuel Felipe Sotillo and I was born and raised in Venezuela. I used to be an engineer and worked for many years as a Network Analyst and System Administrator before making the transition to teaching and the Humanities.

Projects

Recent research interests include: digital publishing, the use of digital technologies in the Humanities, Venezuelan literature.

I am the digital curator for the Venezuelan Literature Project. Still a work in progress, the VLP is intended to be a digital repository for everything related to Venezuela's literature, films, and arts.

Publications

Recent Papers in Spanish Literature:

Technical papers published by e-zine infosecwriters.com:

Articles published by ZopeMag:

  • Book Review: The Definitive Guide to Plone
  • Product Review: Bastion Ledger
  • Product Review: mxODBC
  • Product Review: Formulator
  • Product Review: ZStyleSheets
  • Transactions by example: (Part II of II)
  • Transactions by example: (Part I of II)

Articles published by IBM DeveloperWorks:

Recent Articles in Spanish

Borges, Averroes y los malentendidos

Presentations

A Contracorriente Virtual Symposium (October 2013) - Co-organizer/Technical Coordinator

A Contracorriente Book Presentations/Talks (November 2012) - Co-organizer

Spring 2009 FLL Brownbag Series (April 2009)

José Antonio Ramos Sucre: la agonía como itinerario de vida (presenter)

2009 Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference (March 13-20, 2009)

A New Model: Moving From 25 to 220 Beginning Spanish Students (co-presenter with Prof. J. Scott Despain)

AATF/AATSP Spring Meeting 2009 (March 14, 2009)

The Morisco Case (co-presenter with Dr. Elvira Vilches, Katie Watson, Elizabeth Trujillo, and Susana García)

Responsibilities

Former NCSU Faculty Senator

Editorial and Production Coordinator, A Contracorriente Press

Education

  • BS in Information Security from East Carolina University
  • MA in Spanish Literature and Culture from North Carolina State University