Genre, Invention, and Modernity in Nineteenth Century Spain NEMLA; 7-11 April, 2010, Montreal, Quebec
The complex interdisciplinary, hybrid nature of nineteenth-century cultural, social, and political modernization in Spain is revealed in literature, art, and science. Taking specific shape in fiction, the press, poetry, scientific treatises and discoveries that overlap with the realm of the imagination, what can such productions reveal about underlying ideologies or about the contemporary hegemonies that would come to be? Send a 300-word abstract in English, Spanish, or Catalan to session chair at Paula.A.Sprague@dartmouth.edu.
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NEMLA; 7-11 April, 2010, Montreal, Quebec
Deadline September, 30, 2009.
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