Professor José Antonio Rodríguez Garrido
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
"Identidades múltiples y agencias culturales en la construcción de la biografía de Juan de Espinosa Medrano (¿1629?-1688)"
"Mother & daughter: The two female characters of A Moralista, written by Dinah Silveira de Queiroz"
"Epiphany and death in the tales A Casa de Fayola, by Abílio Ferreira & Alice está morta, by Miriam Alves"
"Contextualizing Feminine Auto/biographical “I’s” as Viewed from within Cuba"
"Remarks on transitive Locative Alternation in Brazilian Portuguese"
Preston Hayes: “Spilling Blood, Pushing the Envelope: Horror Cinema in the Romance-Speaking World”
Julia Hernández: “On ‘Translating’ Homer in Fifteenth-Century Spain: Philological Posturing, Vernacular Humanism, and the Curious Case of Juan de Mena’s so-called Omero romançado”
"Dead Agencies: Violent Transactions and the Politics of Dying in Neoliberal Mexico"
Dr. Richard Gordon,
Professor of Spanish and Portuguese, Director of the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute
“Popular Theater in Eighteenth-Century Lisbon: Preliminary Research Presentation and Dialogue on the Development of Book Projects”
Dr. Emily Sahakian
Assistant Professor of French,
Assistant Professor of Theatre
"Restaging Black Histories: Edouard Glissant's Popular Theatre, from Martinique to UGA"
Please note the special time for this event, 3:30 PM
“Biopolitics of the Cyborg Body in Science Fiction Short Films in .Sub (Jossie Malis Álvarez, 2012) and Hyper-reality (Keiichi Matsuda, 2016)"
"Intensification in Brazilian Portuguese: a preliminary analysis of muito and bem"
“Searching for lo queer in Argentina”