Embedded below, you’ll find a recent version of my CV (Last updated: Fall 2014).
I know that there are some who believe that the CV should be the painstaking documentation of everything one has done in one’s career. I do not include myself among them. I tend to err on the side of selected rather than collected, particularly when it comes to documenting my service outside of its immediate context. I don’t begrudge my colleagues their page counts, but my own preference is for representation rather than completism.