Movement, Migration, and Globalization in the Romance World
Keynote speakers for this event will be Mireille Rosello, Northwestern
(author of Postcolonial Hospitality: The Immigrant as Guest and
Declining the Stereotype: Ethnicity and Representation in French
Cultures); Margaret Rosenthal, USC (author of The Honest Courtesan:
Veronica Franco, Citizen and Writer in Sixteenth Century Venice, and a
forthcoming book on sixteenth-century illustrated travel manuscripts);
and William Childers, Brooklyn College (author of a forthcoming book
titled Transnational Cervantes).
Charting Speculative Spaces
Horror, Desire, and Subversion
Anachronisms and Adoptions
Writing the End of the Century Medievalisms
Trauma, Mourning, and Loss
Inventing Latin American Nations
Gender and Geography
Writing the Island
To be considered, proposals must include: a working title; a one-page
abstract, double-spaced; if a group proposal, the full names of all
presenters as well as an abstract from each; your name; email address
and mailing address; and a brief biography. All proposals should be
sent to the contact provided below.
Please visit our website for more information.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS IS MAY 1, 2004.
Note: Thanks to the generosity of the Department of Romance Languages, there will be no registration fee associated with this event. Additionally, though this is officially a Romance language event, we strongly encourage participation from all fields, as long as papers can somehow connect to the broader Romance world.
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