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6th International Conference on Chicano Literature

“New Challenges for the New Millennium”

Universidad de Alicante, May 22-24, 2008

The aim of the 6th edition of this conference, organized by the Universidad de Alicante, was to serve as a forum for debate and exchange among researchers, scholars and writers, to share new findings in the field of Chicano Literature.

Nicolas Kanellos
Houston University
Conferencia: “Nativos, inmigrantes y exiliados: relaciones sociales y literarias”

Isabel Durán
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Conferencia: “Teaching Chicana/o Literature Abroad: The Use Of Autobiography For Comparative Purposes”

Manuel Villar Raso
Universidad de Granada
Conferencia: “La estructura de las obras de Mendez. De Tata Cashua a Peregrinos de Atlan

  • Alejandro Morales (University of California – Irvine)
  • Ana Piffardi (Eastfield College)
  • Francisco Lomelí (University of California – Santa Barbara)
  • José Antonio Gurpegui (Universidad de Alcalá)
  • Julio Cañero (Universidad de Alcalá)
  • Manuel Broncano (Universidad de León)
  • Manuel Martín Rodríguez (University of California – Merced)
  • María Herrera-Sobek (University of California – Santa Barbara)
  • Rolando Hinojosa-Smith (University of Texas – Austin)
  • Isabel Díaz Sánchez
  • Carmen Gómez Galisteo
  • Yolanda Cerdá Redondo
  • Josefina Rueda Cinta
  • Víctor Riera Menéndez

 

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