Honorary Research Fellow, Dept. of Cultures and Languages, School of Arts, Birkbeck College, U of London (Oct. 1st 2018- ). http://www.bbk.ac.uk/languages/our-staff/associate-research-fellows-visiting-professors/fernando-g-herrero/fernando-g-herrero
Teaching Fellow (Spanish), Dept. of Modern Languages, University of Birmingham (2017-2019).
Trinity Catholic School, Guy's Cliffe Avenue, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV32 6NB
(September - December 2016, maternity cover).
Regis High School (http://www.regis.org/), Foreign and Classical Language Faculty (Spanish & Latin), 55 East 84th Street, New York City, NY 10028, USA (Sept. 2013-August 2016).
Harvard University, Visiting Scholar, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures (September 2011-June 2013) & Boston College, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, Visiting Faculty (Fall 2012) & University of Massachusetts, Boston, Visiting Faculty, Latin American Studies Program, Department of Hispanic Studies (Spring 2012).
Oberlin College, Visiting Assistant Professor (academic years 2009-2011).
Hofstra University, Visiting Full-Time Faculty, Dept. of Romance Languages (Fall 2006) & Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of History (Spring 2009).
University of Massachusetts, Boston, Department of Hispanic Studies, Spanish Language Instructor (Spring 2006).
University of Pittsburgh. Dept. of Hispanic Languages and Literatures, Visiting Assistant Professor (January-April 2004).
Universidad de las Américas (UDLA), Puebla, México. Visiting Faculty Collaborating with the Stanford Overseas Studies Program (Winter Quarter 2003).
Salamanca University, Spain. Visiting Faculty, Instituto Inter-Universitario de Estudios de Iberoamérica y Portugal (Oct. 2000).
Stanford University. Assistant Professor, Department of Spanish & Portuguese [now called Iberian and Latin American Cultures], Division of Languages, Cultures and Literatures (September 1999 to August 2004).
Duke University. Romance Studies, Graduate Instructor of Spanish (1994-1998) & the University Writing Program (UWC) and the FOCUS Program (1994-1995).