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Congresos de próxima celebración:

The Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literatures

New Cartographies in Iberian and Latin American Studies

October 26-28, 2017

St. Louis, Missouri

  • Transoceanic Perspectives on Gender, Race and Colonialism in the 19th-century Hispanic World

Chair: Akiko Tsuchiya (Washington University in St. Louis)

"Spain's Blended Family: Mestizaje and Gender in Philippine Colonial Relations" Joyce Tolliver (University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign)

"The Spanish Carceral Archipelago: Concepción Arenal against Penitentiary Colonization" Aurélie Vialette (Stony Brook University)

"Colonial Imaginings on the Stage: Blackface, Masculinity, and the Economies of Empire in the Género Chico" Mar Soria (University of Missouri, Columbia)

"Race and Nationalism in Eduardo López Bago's La prostituta" N. Michelle Murray (Vanderbilt University)

"Metáforas de masoquismo imperial en La Regenta" Nuria Godón (Florida Atlantic University)


  • Nineteenth-Century Bodies and Emotions

Chair: Joseph Schraibman (Washington University in St. Louis)

"Hysteria, the Diagnostic Gaze, and Disability in Tristana" Christy Verhelst (University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign )

"Emotions and the Politics of the Street in Emilia Pardo Bazán's La Tribuna" Erika Rodriguez (Washington University in St. Louis)

"Rereading Galdós's La de Bringas: Metaobservations in the Periodical Press" Lisa Nalbone (University of Central Florida)


  • Ninteenth-Century Spaces and Mobilities

Chair: Soledad Mocchi (Washington University in St. Louis)

"Identidad, paisaje y género en Morriña de Emilia Pardo Bazán" Carmen Pereira - Muro (Texas Tech University)

"Cartografía de la Barcelona decimonónica; el ímpetu emprendedor de la 'fabricanta'" María Luisa Guardiola (Swarthmore College)

"Irrupciones trágicas del progreso en el mapa de la Restauración: Rosalía de Benito Pérez Galdós" Oscar Useche (Ursinus College)


  • New Perspectives on Spanish Film and TV

"Emilia Pardo Bazán and Carmen de Burgos in the Seis hermanas Spanish TV Series" Linda M. Willem (Butler University)


  • Colonial Entanglements: Spain and Morocco

"Colonial Maghrebian Writings and José María de Murga's Moroccan Remembrances" Ana Rueda (University of Kentucky)


  • Nineteenth-Century Subjectivities Chair: Sarah Glenski (Yale University)

"La maternidad como performance en Los pazos de Ulloa, de Emilia Pardo Bazán" Sarah Glenski (Yale University)

"El incesto como alegoría en La madre naturaleza" Mónica Fernández Martins (Texas Tech University)

"Blurring Gender Boundaries: Feminized Male and Masculinized Female Subjects in two parallel poems by Gómez de Avellaneda" Irina Mozuliova (Texas Tech University)


South Atlantic Modern Language Association

November 3-5, 2017

Atlanta, Georgia

  • Gender and Modernization in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Spain

Chair: Dorota Heneghan, Louisiana State University

Respondent: Kimberly Beasley, Jacksonville University

Phoebe Fortenberry, Louisiana State University) Woman's Role in Society: A Choice or Pre-Destination? The Literary Portraits of Women in Emilia Pardo Bazán's La dama joven and El Áncora

Jorge Abadin, Louisiana State University, Gender and Modernization in Galdós' Tristana and El abuelo

Alex Thomas, Louisiana State University, Crossing the Boundary: Women and Marriage in Carmen de Burgos' La mujer fría and La rampa


  • Spanish II-B (Peninsular: 1700 to Present)

Patricia Orozco Watrel, University of Mary Washington, Misericordia, una estrategia de salida

Dorota Heneghan, Louisiana State University, Crossing Borders and Boundaries: Love and Nation in Sofía Casanova's Como en la vida


  • Arte popular y costumbrismo: representaciones en el siglo XIX peninsular e hispanoamericano

Marelys García, Florida International University, Las Setas de Emilia Pardo Bazán: La relación de la comida con la España del siglo XIX

Dorota Heneghan, Louisiana State University, Crossing Borders and Boundaries: Love and Nation in Sofía Casanova's Como en la vida


Modern Language Association Annual Convention

4-7 de enero de 2017

Nueva York

147. Galdós: Kinship and Class

Program arranged by the International Association of Galdós Scholars

4 de enero, 5:15-6:30 p.m., Nassau West, Hilton

Presiding: Erika Rodriguez, Washington U in St. Louis

1. "The Intimacy of Blood: Undoing Caste and Kinship in Fortunata y Jacinta," Julia Chang, Cornell U

2. "Nonfamilial Kinship: Caregiving and Interdependence in Misericordia," Erika Rodriguez

3. "Transgresión, sacriicio, ciudadanía y reparación: La representación galdosiana del discurso de la domesticidad en El audaz y La familia de León Roch," Íñigo Sánchez-Llama, Purdue U, West Lafayette

Respondent: Akiko Tsuchiya, Washington U in St. Louis