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The 23rd Edition of the Annual Hispanic and Lusophone Studies Symposium March 20th-21st, 2020, Columbus, Ohio Keynote Speakers: Guillermo Gómez-Peña, La Pocha Nostra Dr. Cacilda Rêgo, Utah State University

1/15/2020
When: Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Where: The Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio 
United States

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The Graduate Students in the Spanish and Portuguese Department at The Ohio State University invite graduate students, professors, and interested researchers to participate in the 23rd edition of the Annual Hispanic and Lusophone Studies Symposium, which will take place on March 20th21st, 2020. On this occasion, we invite interested scholars to reflect and engage in a dialogue about any aspect of literatures and cultures in the Luso-Hispanic world. We aim to create a collaborative environment in which we can critically discuss issues and concerns, while establishing a dialogue between time, space, subjects, theories, and practices.

Visit the event website at https://sppo.osu.edu/annual-symposium#Linguistics

Proposals due January 15, 2020


We encourage submissions in the following areas, but other related topics are welcome:
• Afro-Latin American Literatures and Cultures
• Body Studies
• Comparative Studies
• Colonial Studies
• Cultural Heritage
• Decolonial and Postcolonial Studies
• Film Studies
• Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies
• Globalization
• Iberian Studies
• Identity and Border Studies
• Latin American and Latinx Studies
• Literature and Comparative Literature
• Migration and Diaspora Studies
• Musicology
• Performance and Theatre Studies
• Race and Ethnic Studies
• Translation Studies
• Visual Arts
We welcome proposals for traditional papers, as well as other formats, including performance, creative writing, and video essay, among others.

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