Eighteenth Annual Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures Conference Coordinators



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Eighteenth Annual Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures

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Conference Coordinators
Adrianna Beaman, Brandon Essary, Maria Fellie

Special recognition is given to the following for their assistance and support:
Dr. Larry King and the Department of Romance Languages, The Graduate Romance Association, Claire Goldstein, Lori Saint-Martin, Roberto Dainotto, Christopher Maurer, Student Congress, the Graduate School, Graduate and Professional Student Federation, Institute for the Arts & Humanities, The Coccia Foundation, Latina/o Studies, Institute for the Study of the Americas, Medieval & Early Modern Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, African Studies, Office of Undergraduate Research, & the Ackland Art Museum, and the Center for Faculty Excellence.

Thank you to the following individuals and organizations for their help:
Mary Jones, Tom Smither, Sheena Melton, Simona Peppers, Dr. Larry King, Dr. Frank Domínguez, Dr. Rosa Perelmuter, Dr. Emilio del Valle Escalante, Dr. Samuel Amago, Dr. Dino Cervigni, Dr. Richard Vernon, Mercédès Baillargeon, Tessa Gurney, Anca Koczkas, Stella Kim, Lorenzo Salvagni, Anne Steinberg, Britton Newman, and Julián Díez.
We would also like to thank panel organizers and chairs, the participants, and the graduate students and faculty of the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures who volunteered to help when it was needed.



2012 CCRL poster design by Tessa Gurney.

Thursday, March 22, 2012
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Continental Breakfast
Student Union 2510
8:00 am - 3:45 pm
Registration
Student Union 2510
8:30 am - 9:00 am
Welcome and Introduction to the CCRL by Dr. Larry King, Chair of the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures
Student Union 2510
9:00 am - 10:30 am
1. Discursos coloniales y postcoloniales en Perú

Chair: Julián Díez Torres, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3203
Mario Cossío Olavide, University of Notre Dame

“Poéticas del discurso criollo del XVII: la palabra de Juan del Valle y Caviedes”




Wanda O. Naranjo,
University of Alabama

“El poder de las imágenes: influencia del Imitatio Christi y las alegorías visuales en el imaginario colonial y el discurso criollo latinoamericano en los siglos XVII y XVIII”


Jhonn Guerra Banda, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Lima, Perú

“Un nuevo espacio para lo profano y lo sagrado en la novela El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo de José María Arguedas”




2. Espejos mexicanos entre pasado y presente: lenguaje, memoria, y ambigüedad

Chair: Anca Koczkas, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3205
Jeff Birdsong, St. Andrews University

“Seeing Past, Seeing Present in Pacheco’s Desde entonces




Kay Ziemer,
Winthrop University

“No hay cortinas en las ventanas de la tumba: ambigüedades y simbolismo en Pedro Páramo


Bonnie Loder, Pennsylvania State University

“Madness in Elena Garro’s Los recuerdos del porvenir



10:45 am - 12:15 pm
3. Horrific Sites and Monsters in Hispanic Cinema and Literature

Chair: Abel Muñoz Hermoso, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3203
Sam Krieg, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“El terror de lo real en [Rec]




Timothy Reed, Ripon College

“Confronting Monsters: Hauntology and Defiance in Guillermo del Toro’s El laberinto del fauno (2006)”


Jonathan Risner, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Foundational Horrors: Horror ‘Para-sites’ in Nineteenth-Century Argentine Literature”



4. Castilian Visual Inventories: Medieval Wars, Maidens, and Mathematics

Chair: Frank Domínguez, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3205
Sherry Venere, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Despair and Bereavement in Gómez Manrique’s El planto de las Virtudes e Poesýa (1459)”




Brian Wilbur, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Game Theory in Don Juan Manuel’s El Conde Lucanor: Visualizing Medieval Choice”


Michael Weinberg, University of California at Los Angeles

“Sight and Sound: A Trilogy of Troubadour Songs to Move a King to War”



5. Contemporary Urban Symbols: Modern and Postmodern Images in Spain and the Mexico-U.S. Border

Chair: Stella Kim, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3206B
Britta Anderson, Washington University in St. Louis

“La imagen hecha carne: la Virgen de Guadalupe resignificada a través de los tatuajes”




Olga Sendra Ferrer,
Swarthmore College

“Building the Barcelona of the Future”



6. Cervantes across the Centuries: Visuality, Perception, and the Gaze

Chair: William Maisch, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3209
Scott Youngdahl, Virginia Military Institute

“Perspective, Perception and Play: Integral Components of the Defeat of Determinism in ‘Rinconete y Cortadillo’”




Ricardo Castells,
Florida International University

“Cervantes, Film Noire, and ‘El amante liberal’”


Sharon E. Knight, Presbyterian College

“Visualizing Cervantes and Heliodorus: Snapshots of the Spectacle”


Tatevik Gyulamiryan, Purdue University

“La imagen de Don Quijote, su percepción y re-acentuación”



7. Reading Female Desire in the Age of French Modernity and Beyond

Chair: William Allen, Furman University

Student Union 3209
Maury Bruhn, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Rewriting Motherhood in Thérèse Philosophe




William Allen,
Furman University

“Through the Eye to the Heart: A Visual Seduction in Némirovsky’s Les Chiens et les Loups


Katherine Karcher, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Marguerite Duras and the Sea”



8. Jorge Carrigan presenta su novela Muñequita linda (2011)

*Book presentation & signing (books available for purchase)

Chair: Jorge Carrigan, Author

Student Union 3515
Rita Martín, Radford University
Jorge Carrigan, Author

12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Lunch Break

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
9. Visualizing Immigration and Power in Contemporary Italy

Chair: Ennio Rao, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3515
Lucy Emerson, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Representation versus Reality: Chinese Immigrants in Gomorra and in Italy Today”


Adriana Cerami, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Renditions of Power in the Montalbano Novels”



10. Identidad cubana decimonónica

Chair: Rita Martín, Radford University

Student Union 3203


Aida Medina,
University of Alabama

“María Luisa Milanés: Construcción del Nocturno en la obra de una poeta suicida”


Jason Osborne, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

“Raza, identidad y depresión: un análisis antropológico de la Autobiografía de Juan Manzano”


11. Images of the Arab Woman in Medieval & Golden Age Narrative

Chair: Alan Redick, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3205
Robert Noffsinger, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“The Presentation of the Muslim Woman in Hadith Bayad wa Riyad




Crystal Chemel,
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

“Disguise as Freedom and Empowerment in María de Zayas’ A Slave to Her Own Lover



12. Food, Feminism, and Politics in Contemporary Hispanic Texts

Chair: María Salgado, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3206A


Elizabeth Huard,
Florida State University

“Emotional Tastes: Affect, Politics and Food in Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón’s La mitad del cielo


Julie Warner, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Cook Books: Re-appropriating Gender Norms in Women’s Literature through Culinary Metaphor”



13. Cernuda’s Poetry in Words & Images: Transatlantic & Transmedia Readings

Chair: Cecelia J. Cavanaugh, Chestnut Hill College

Student Union 3206B
G. Sean McNeal, Eastern Illinois University

“The Epiphanic Mode in Luis Cernuda’s ‘Lázaro,’ ‘Quetzalcoatl’ and ‘Luis de Baviera escucha Lohengrin’




Nilofar Burke,
George Mason University

“En el laberinto de soledad, vivir entre la realidad y la ficción: un estudio comparativo de la poesía de Luis Cernuda y la película El laberinto del fauno


Enrique Álvarez, Florida State University

“The Affective Gaze: Cernuda’s Mexico”



14. Transgressing Reality: The Changing Face of Modern Art and Literature

Chair: TBD, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3503
Geneviève Waite, City University of New York

“Provocative, Perturbed, and Addictive: Surrealism as Vice and Image in Louis Aragon’s Paris Peasant


Marta Nuñez, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“The Prestige of Unoriginality: Marcel Duchamp’s Readymades and Andy Warhol’s Signature”


Aline Skrzeszewski, University of Cincinnati

“Littérature française du XXIème siècle: Ecriture d’un mal-être?”



3:45 pm - 5:15 pm
15. Fortune and “Industria” in Early Modern Italian Literature

Chair: Michele Sguerri, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3203
Michele Sguerri, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“The Second Day of the Decameron: the Role of Fortune Reconsidered”


Danila Cannamela, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“La Terza Giornata del Decameron: l’Eden Terreno Dell’Industria”


Matteo Gilebbi, Duke University

“De Simulacris Fortunae. Confluenze di aspetti e rappresentazioni della Fortuna in ‘Orbecche’ di Giraldi Cinzio”



16. Rethinking the Study Abroad Experience

Chair: Glynis Cowell, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3205
Leticia I. Romo, Towson University

“Safety vs. Total Immersion: The Current Dilemma of Study Abroad Programs”




Britton W. Newman,
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Little Minds – Big Worlds: Using Study Abroad and Internet Technology to Connect Elementary Classrooms at Home and Abroad”


Patricia Sagasti Suppes, Ferrum College

“Ethical Issues in Service Learning Abroad”



17. Binaries, Spaces, and Perspectives in Contemporary Latin American Novels

Chair: Hosun Kim, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3206B


Jonathan Montalvo,
Western Michigan University

“La actitud binaria de Tacho respecto a un estereotipo gay en Rumbo al hermoso norte de Luis Alberto Urrea”


Patricia Reagan, Randolph-Macon College

“Overturning the Image: A New Perspective of the Inferno in José Donoso’s El lugar sin límites


Katherine Karr-Cornejo, Hampden-Sydney College

“Architectural Perspective on El sueño de la historia: Joaquín Toesca and La Moneda”



18. Visualizing the Humanities: From Gnovis to Guru?

*A Special Presentation

Chair: Lucia Binotti, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3206A


Whitney Winters,
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Brian Wilbur, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Hélène de Fays, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chris Smith, North Carolina State University
Armando Suárez, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Emily Clark, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Laurel Foote-Hudson, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

19. Twenty-first-century Hispanic Cinema: Metropolis, Periphery, Economics

Chair: Cristina Carrasco, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3209
Erja Vettenranta, City University of New York

“‘Algo huele a podrido en esta casa’: el espacio urbano en La comunidad de Álex de la Iglesia”



Jason E. Klodt,
University of Mississippi

“Narcissism, Affluence, and the Economics of Young Adulthood in Recent Spanish Cinema”


Francisco Brignole, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Reclaiming the Cinematic: From Cinematic Excess to Cinematic Essence in Lisandro Alonso’s Liverpool



20. From the Parisian Salon to the Islands: Blurring Subject/Object Dialectic in Representations of Women

Chair: Lori Knox, Coastal Carolina University

Student Union 3503
Lori Knox, Coastal Carolina University

“In Black and White: The Battle for Subjectivity in Madame de Villedieu’s Anaxandre




Andrew Gard,
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Elle monte sur les planches: Women revealed in the images of l’Encyclopédie”


Jana Blach, West Virginia University

“La femme tahitienne visualisée par Paul Gauguin et Pierre Loti”



5:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Toy Lounge, Dey Hall


Refreshments
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Toy Lounge, Dey Hall


21. Keynote Address:
“Visual Reading and Its Failures: The Comet of 1680”
Speaker: Claire Goldstein

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

John Lindsey Morehead II Lounge, Graham Memorial Building


Welcome Soirée and Piano Performance by Lorenzo Salvagni
Lorenzo Salvagni is a graduate teaching fellow in the department of Italian Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill and a lecturing fellow in Italian at Duke University in Durham. When he is not teaching or working on his dissertation, he likes to make music. Lorenzo plays piano and organ; he holds a Master of Music degree in collaborative piano from the Cleveland Institute of Music. He enjoys creating innovative approaches to teach Italian language and literature through music. In the fall, Lorenzo taught a seminar titled “Italian through Opera” here at UNC; this spring he is teaching a literature class at Duke by the title of “Arie, Romanze, Canzoni: Music and Literature in Italy.” If you want to know more, drop him a line: salvagni@email.unc.edu

Friday, March 23, 2012
8:00 am - 10:00 am


Continental Breakfast
Student Union 2510

8:00 am - 3:45 pm
Registration
Student Union 2510
9:00 am - 10:30 am
22. Desperate Housewives and the Ubiquitous “beffa” in Decameron Seven, Eight and Nine

Chair: Barbara Zaczek, Clemson University

Student Union 3203
Kate Greenburg, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“‘Casalinghe disperate’: Decameron VII e le beffe delle donne”


April Weintritt, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“L’Ottava Giornata del Decameron: L’universalizzazione della Beffa”


Anna Melillo & Kaitlin Johnson, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Decameron Day Nine: The ‘Beffa’ Continued

23. Masculinity, Melodrama, and History in Mexican Cinema

Chair: Samuel Amago, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3205
Anne E. Hardcastle, Wake Forest University

“Objects of Desire: Film Gaze, the Luises and the Politics of Looking in Los tres García




Stephen R. Langford,
Wake Forest University

“Comunicando con el público: el desarrollo del melodrama desde Nosotros los pobres hasta Amores perros


Brian Price, Wake Forest University

“Bicentennial Blockbusters: Mexico’s Historical Imagination Goes to the Movies”



24. Indigenous Performance and Poetics in Movement in the Andes & Mesoamerica

Chair: Emilio del Valle Escalante, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3206A
Andrea Echeverría, Georgetown University

“Retratos y autorretratos migrantes en la poesía de Gloria Mendoza”




Daniel Castelblanco,
Georgetown University

“Leonel Lienlaf y el musgo sagrado de la poesía: aproximación etnobotánica a la poesía indígena contemporánea”


Matthew Tremé, Princeton University

“The Resignification of Masked Performance in the New Popular Latin American Theater”



25. Perspectives of Self, Text and Image in Twentieth-century Peninsular Literature

Chair: Keith Schaefer, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3209
Linda Bartlett, Furman University

“From Text to Image: Facebook, Miguel de Unamuno, and the Literature Classroom”




Lourdes Manyé,
Furman University

“Momentos de iluminación: de la pintura a la escritura en cuentos de Manuel Rivas”


Maria R. Rippon, Furman University

“Perspectives of Faith and Nihilism in Carmen Laforet and Mercedes Salisachs”



26. El acto de mirar y sus implicaciones literarias: fotografía, mujer, dominación

Chair: Maria Pao, Illinois State University

Student Union 3503
María Milán, City University of New York

“Perspectivas múltiples en Los dos retratos de Nora Lange”



Javier Sampedro,
University of Pennsylvania

“La irreverencia de la imagen en Virgilio Piñera: más allá del lenguaje del absurdo”


Elda J. Stanco, Roanoke College

“De bares, enanos y Toulouse-Lautrec: Perspectivas clandestinas en Mi pequeño mundo de Stefania Mosca”



27. Visualizing Spaces: Landscape and Exoticism in Francophone Studies

Chair: Martha Van der Drift, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 2306B
Marianne Bessy, Furman University

“Les cartes géographiques dans l’œuvre alexakienne : une appropriation

visuelle et textuelle de l’espace”


Luciano Picanço,
Bluefield State College

“Imprinted Behaviors: Landscape Writing in Patrick Chamoiseau’s Work”


Lucia Florido, University of Tennessee at Martin

“Tahiti in literature: more than what meets the eyes”



10:45 am - 12:15 pm
28. Questions of Visuality in the Contemporary Spanish Cinema

Chair: Anne Hardcastle, Wake Forest University

Student Union 3203
Paul Begin, Pepperdine University

“Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Biutiful (2010): A Critique of Globalized Human Trafficking, or the Triumph of Style over Substance?”




Matthew J. Marr,
Pennsylvania State University

“Digital Encounters in Pedro Almodóvar’s Los abrazos rotos (2009)”


Samuel Amago, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Charting Spain in the Global Cinemascape”


29. Medieval & Golden Age Texts from Inside the Prison, the Convent, & the Law

Chair: Josefa Lindquist, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3205
María Dolores Bollo-Panadero, Colby College

“La visualización alegórica del embate ‘razón – pasión’ en Cárcel de amor


Joaquín Rodríguez-Barberá, Sam Houston State University

“El aspecto crítico de Quevedo”




Anne-Shirley Abell, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Mysticism, Mariology and the Mouth: An Analysis of Santa Juana de la Cruz’s El Conhorte


Whitney Winters, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Choosing Damnation: Suicides and Heretics in Alfonso X’s Las siete partidas



30. Visualizing Colonial Mexico in the Twenty-first Century

Chairs: Oswaldo Estrada, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Anna Nogar, University of New Mexico

Student Union 3206A


Irma Cantú, Texas A&M International University

“Marketing Malinche: Global Strategies by Laura Esquivel”




Cristina Carrasco,
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Reverse Colonial Otherness in Inma Chacón’s La princesa india


Tamara Williams, Pacific Lutheran University

“Imaging Absence: The Poetics of Silence in Luis Felipe Fabre’s La sodomía de la Nueva España


Ilana Luna, Hampden-Sydney College

También la lluvia: Decolonial Praxis and the Question of National Cinema”



31. Coming of Age: Illustrations, Symbols, and Language across Hispanic Texts

Chair: Elda Stanco, Roanoke College

Student Union 3206B
Maria T. Pao, Illinois State University

“The St. George Legend in Primera memoria




Mari Pino del Rosario,
Greensboro College

“Textos e imágenes en la literatura española para el público juvenil de entre siglos:

XIX - XX”
Viridiana García Hernández, Western Michigan University

“El inglés como lengua dominante vs. el español como lengua dominada en Cómo las chicas García perdieron el acento de Julia Álvarez”



32. Reconfiguring Urban Spaces in Modern and Postmodern French Media and Print Culture

Chair: Sarah Peterson, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3209
Patrick Gamsby, Laurentian University

“Opening the Pages of Modernity: Henri Lefebvre, Spatial Dialectics, and the Social Text”




Stephen Steele,
Simon Fraser University

“Choses vues dans les boutiques parisiennes de 1925, avec Pierre Mac Orlan”


Alexandra Natoli, University of Virginia

“A Tale of Two Cities: Reading Rome and Romeo in A bout de souffle’s Paris”


John Littlejohn, Coastal Carolina University

“Creating Space: Tom Tykwer’s Run Lola Run and the Legacy of Jean-Luc Godard and Krzysztof Kieślowski”



33. El cuento hispanoamericano: tiempo, realidad y lenguaje

Chair: Martín Sueldo, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3503
Eunice Rojas, Lynchburg College

“Visiones y revisiones del tiempo imaginario: intentando ‘Volver’ a ‘El milagro secreto’”




Kern Lunsford,
Lynchburg College

“Ostranenie: La ‘desfamiliarización’ de la realidad en ‘Las babas del diablo’ y en ‘El otro Narciso’ de Julio Cortázar”


Gabriela Powers, Brigham Young University

“El lenguaje de la mujer latinoamericana en los cuentos ‘Emma Zunz’ de Jorge Luis Borges, ‘La mujer’ de Juan Bosch y ‘El árbol’ de María Luisa Bombal”



12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Lunch Break
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
34. Dreams, Lingering, and Allegory: Images from Dante

Chair: Dino Cervigni, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3206B
Matthew Liberti, Indiana University

“‘Oh frate, andar in su che porta?’: Belacqua’s Authority and the Necessity of Lingering in Purgatorio IV”


Joseph Perna, New York University

“Dream, Rubric, Icon, Screen: Sight and Spectatorship in the Vita nuova


Emiliano Guaraldo, University of Virginia

“L’inferno della Milano Films: Tra adattamento visivo e rivoluzione narrativa”



35. El arte y la sociedad en Cuba

*With Invited Panelist Rafael Rojas

Chair: Britton W. Newman, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3206A
Rafael Rojas, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE), México D.F.

“Revolución, guerra civil y literatura en Cuba (1957-1967)”


Linda Howe, Wake Forest University

“Contemporary Cuban Cultural Production and Virgilio Piñera’s Los Siervos




Clementina Adams,
Clemson University

“Crítica sociopolítica y conciencia cultural en la obra Histórico-Romántica ‘El Harén de Oviedo’ de la cubana, Marta Rojas”



36. Visual Elements in Twentieth-century Spanish Texts: Modernism in the Eye of the Creator

Chair: Matthew J. Marr, Pennsylvania State University

Student Union 3209
María Victoria Sánchez Samblás, Columbia College, SC

“Entre el quijotismo y el pragmatismo: Los argonautas de Vicente Blasco Ibáñez y la reinvención de la imagen peninsular post-1898”




Diego Batista,
Weber State University

“El mar como instrumento de lucha en La esperanza me mantiene (1959) de Pedro García Cabrera”


Andrew A. Anderson, University of Virginia

“Calligrammes + Expressive Typography: Ultra Intersections in Grecia (1919)”



37. Hacia una lectura transatlántica del poema largo hispanoamericano

Chair: Alan Redick, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3203
Adán Aragón, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

“Noción del concepto de ‘lenguaje’ en Primero sueño, Muerte sin fin y Canto a un dios mineral




Gabriela Nall, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

“El legado de Los contemporáneos”


Verónica Grossi, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

“Desde la oscura orilla del sueño: transcurso y revelación en el poema largo hispanoamericano”



38. ¿Qué vemos cuando leemos?: la literatura como un espejo distorsionante de la realidad

Chair: Michelle Gravatt, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3503
Juan Carlos Martín Galván, Stonehill College

“Discursos marginales: ciencia ficción en la narrativa española desde el siglo XIX”




Laura Arribas,
University at Buffalo

“Ideal Pilgrims in the Camino: Visual and Literary Conflicting Representations”


Francisco Laguna Correa, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Discurso, revelación y ‘pathos’ en Amado monstruo de Javier Tomeo”



39. Deceiving Appearances: Visual Duplicity in French Art and Literature from the Early-Modern Period to Romanticism

Chair: Helen Matthews, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3205
Brian Johnson, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“The Double-edged Sword of Vision in the Poetry of Tristan L’Hermite”




Biliana Kassabova,
Stanford University

“Reading the ruins: Hubert Robert’s La Grande galérie en ruines


Alexandra Slave, University of Oregon

“La fusion ou la confusion des arts dans L’Ouverture Ancienne de Mallarmé”


Wendy Wei, Case Western Reserve University

“Aestheticism as Religion in Charles Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du Mal



3:45 pm - 5:15 pm



40. Languages Across the Curriculum at UNC

*Roundtable discussion

Chair: Tanya Kinsella, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Global Education Center 1005
Allison Bigelow, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill



Julián Díez Torres, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill



Inma Gómez Soler, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill



Michael Rulon, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill



Lorenzo Salvagni, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

41. Images, Words, and Space in the Italian Ottocento and Novecento

Chair: Angelo Castagnino, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3503
Roberto Risso, University of Wisconsin at Madison

“‘Al cadere d’una bella giornata d’aprile…’ Immagini e parole in Massimo D’Azeglio narratore fra romanzi, quadri e memorie.”


Maria Giulia Carone, University of Wisconsin at Madison

“La sintassi degli spazi e dell’immagine in Blow-up: Antonioni nella prospettiva di Foucault”




42. Painting Poems: Twentieth-century Spanish Poetry, Ekphrasis, & Visual Art

Chair: Irene Gómez Castellano, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3206B
Natalia Vara Ferrero, University of Chicago / Ikerbasque

“Poetas que cincelan la palabra: La indetenible quietud de Clara Janés”




Daphne Browning,
Florida State University

“The Weeping Brook: The Ophelia Complex in Lorca’s Poetry”


Christopher Oechler, Pennsylvania State University

“Paintings in Movement in Manuel Machado’s Apolo



43. The Language Classroom: Threshold to the World

Chair: Anastacia Kohl, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3206A
Glynis Cowell, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Redesigning Introductory Spanish: Transforming the Learning Experience”




Hélène de Fays,
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Bridging Continents and Students: Making the Most of the Study Abroad Experience”


Elizabeth Gunn, Morgan State University

“Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment: Minority Students and Study Abroad”



44. Plagues throughout the Centuries in Hispanic Texts

Chair: Juan Carlos González Espitia, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3203
Randal Garza, University of Tennessee at Martin

“Of Death and Decay: Fear as Source and Subject of Intellectual Discourse”




Philip Hollingsworth,
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Opiate Experiences and Modernity in José Asunción Silva’s De sobremesa and José María Vargas Vila’s Lirio negro


Jodie Parys, University of Wisconsin at Whitewater

“Identity (Re)construction in the Face of HIV/AIDS: Self-Imposed Exile as a Journey of Self Discovery in Nelson Mallach’s ‘Elefante’”



45. Twenty-first-century Spanish Novel: Analyses of Society, Perspective, & Ways of Storytelling

Chair: Ana Corbalán, The University of Alabama

Student Union 3205
Neil D. Anderson, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Riptide: Agency and Resistance in Denso recendo a salgado by Manuel Portas and Todo é silencio by Manuel Rivas”




Alain-Richard Sappi,
Auburn University

Mauricio o las elecciones primarias (2006) de Eduardo Mendoza: una mirada sobre la transición y la postransición democrática en España”


Nathan Richardson, Bowling Green State University

“Progression through Digression in the Contemporary Spanish-Language Novel and the Curious Case of Xuan Bello’s Paniceiros



46. Visualizing Modernity: Shifting Perspectives in 18th and 19th Century French Literature

Chair: Anne Steinberg, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Student Union 3209
Diana García, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Miroir, voyeurisme et expérimentation littéraire dans La Mouche du Chevalier de Mouhy”




Allan Life, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Le temps est aveugle, l’homme est stupide: Aimé de Lemud’s ‘Réduit de C. Frollo

dans la tour’”
Dany Jacob, The University at Buffalo

“Proust et la poétique du regard”


Darci Gardner, Stanford University

“Changing Reading Practices: The Visual Features of Mallarmé’s Poetry”



5:45 pm - 6:30 pm

Toy Lounge, Dey Hall


Refreshments

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Toy Lounge, Dey Hall


47. Keynote Address:
“Snapshots, Proofs, and Lithographs:

Some Spanish Poets in New York”
Speaker: Christopher Maurer
(books available for purchase)

8:00 pm


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