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12th Annual Colloquium in Latin American and Peninsular Languages, Literatures, and Cultures «Samuel
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The graduate students in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of California, Davis are pleased to announce their graduate conference focused on the artistic and linguistic representations of transgression, transformation and intersection, processes that are characteristics of crossing epistemological and territorial borders.

10/21/2016
When: Friday, October 21, 2016
Where: University of California Davis Memorial Union
California
United States

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12th Annual Colloquium in Latin American and Peninsular Languages, Literatures, and Cultures «Samuel G. Armistead»

Crossing the Lines: Artistic and Linguistic Transgression, Transformation and Intersection

Friday, October 21, 2016

Memorial Union

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Keynote Speakers:

Linguistics: Ana Maria Carvalho, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Arizona

Literature: Vincent Barletta, Comparative Literature and Iberian and Latin American Cultures, Stanford University

The graduate students in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of California, Davis are pleased to announce their graduate conference focused on the artistic and linguistic representations of transgression, transformation and intersection, processes that are characteristics of crossing epistemological and territorial borders.

The idea of crossing lines, whether intentional (transgression), accidental (transformation), or transversal (intersection), generates a number of interpretations that question the stability of borders as limits of disciplines, cultural production, language, and (human) bodies. For this year’s theme, we are interested in re-conceptualizing the notion of borders, as the movements between such lines expose hybridity and ambivalence while problematizing subjectivities, bodies, communities, territories, and modes of communication. The crossing of lines dissolves epistemic dichotomies and engenders expansive approaches. We seek to reexamine power relations and substructures of artistic, geopolitical, and linguistic representations.

  • Art and Activism
  • Bilingualism
  • Biopolitics
  • Border Studies
  • Code-switching
  • Corpus Linguistics
  • Early Modern Studies
  • Economies and Trade
  • First and Second Language Acquisition
  • Gender, Sexuality & Women’s Studies
  • Heritage Language Acquisition
  • Linguistic Variation and Contact
  • Literary Criticism
  • Performance Studies
  • Race and Ethnicity
  • Science and Technology Studies
  • The Real versus the Imaginary

 

As in previous years, thanks to support from the UC Davis Department of Spanish and Portuguese, the 2016 registration fee has been waived.

For additional information, including our CFP, please visit https://coloquioucdavis.wordpress.com/.

Please also visit us on our Facebook page.

 

Colloquium Committee

  • Elena Atanasiu y Silvia Aguinaga-Echeverría (Directoras)
  • Alejandro Rossi (Tesorero)
  • Marta Llorente y Lina M. Reznicek-Parrado (Representantes Lingüística)
  • Morgan Smith, Miguel Rojo Polo y Leonardo Silva (Representantes Peninsular)
  • Danae Valenzuela, David Tenorio y Leonardo Silva (Representantes América Latina)
  • Alejandro Rossi y Silvia Aguinaga-Echeverría  (Webmaster)
  • Robert Irwin (Representante Profesorado)

     

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