11th International Conference on Chicano Literature and Latino Studies
Towards New Interpretations of "Latinidad" in the 21st Century
Salamanca, May 28th-30th 2018
The 11th International Conference on Chicano Literature and Latino Studies, organized by HispaUSA and the Universidad de Salamanca, with the collaboration of the Instituto Franklin-UAH, will be held in Salamanca, May 28th-30th, 2018.
This Conference draws attention to the different interpretations of the concept of “Latinidad” at the present time, also looking towards the future. Therefore, “Latinidad” involves the blend of cultures recreating different identities, often forgotten in an exercise of permanent reconstruction.
Panels and Papers are welcome on these topics:
- Different interpretations of Latino identity.
- Multiculturalism and Interculturalism.
- Construction of “Latinidad”.
- Evolution and development of Latino concept.
- The idea of “Latinidad” in literature.
For more information on the Conference, please visit: http://hispausa.com
Silvia Betti (Universitá di Bologna)
Julio Cañero Serrano (Instituto Franklin-UAH)
Norma E. Cantú (Trinity University)
Isabel Durán Gimenez-Rico (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
María Herrera-Sobek (University of California-Santa Barbara)
Gabriel Melendez (University of New Mexico)
Ana María Manzanas (Universidad de Salamanca)
Jose Antonio Gurpegui Palacios (Instituto Franklin-UAH)
Miriam Borham Puyal (Universidad de Salamanca)
Viorica Patea (Universidad de Salamanca)
Cristina Crespo Palomares (Instituto Franklin-UAH)
Ana Lariño Ares (Instituto Franklin-UAH)
Irene Moreno Acevedo (Instituto Franklin-UAH)
Álvaro Gutiérrez Pizarro (Instituto Franklin-UAH)
Jorge Diego Sánchez (Universidad de Salamanca)
|Before March 5th||Before April 15th|
|Speaker+Membership Fee||200 €||240 €|
|Speaker Member||160 €||200 €|
|Speaker Non-Member||210 €||250 €|
|Attendee Member||90 €||130 €|
|Attendee Non-Member||110 €||150 €|
|Students||75 €||75 €|