CFP: 11th Annual Colloquium in Latin American and Peninsular Languages, Literatures and Cultures «Samuel G. Armistead» | University of California, Davis, E.U.

Languages & Literatures, University of California, Davis | Img.: Sergio Díaz-Luna

Nueva fecha límite para envío de propuestas: 10 de agosto de 2015

Keynote Speakers: [Ling.] Kelly Lowther Pereira, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, & [Lit.] Daylet Domínguez, University of California at Berkeley 

The graduate students in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese of University of California, Davis cordially invite submissions for the 11th Annual Colloquium in Latin American and Peninsular Languages, Literatures and Cultures «Samuel G. Armistead». The organizing committee will be considering all abstracts researching the fields of Peninsular and Latin American Cultures, Literatures and Linguistics. Potential areas of interest may include, but are not limited to: 

Literature: ● Poetry and poetics, narratives and narrators of the Golden Age ● Studies in comedia performance and Golden Age Spanish Drama ● Natural heritage, modernization, nation and migration ● Memory, forgetting and trauma ● Intersections: sex, race and class ● Social movements in cultural texts, cyberculture, media and performance ● Calligrammatic poetry, concrete poetry and new media poetics ● Graphic novels and comics ● Popular music in literature and social change ● Childhood Representation in the cultural production ● Critical Theory in the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America. 
Linguistics: ● Second language acquisition, bilingualism, and identity ● Spanish as a heritage language ● Spanish in the US ● L2 and heritage language pedagogy ● Acquisition during study abroad ● Technology and language learning ● Spanish and Portuguese phonology, sociolinguistics, and psycholinguistics.

Fecha del evento: 23 de octubre de 2015

Submit your abstract [of 250 words or less]. Note: Abstracts and presentations can be written and delivered in Spanish, Portuguese and/or English. Each individual will be allowed 15 minutes to present. For inquiries, contact the UC Davis Colloquium Committee 2015 at