How do we understand dispossession and subjections that result from imposed demarcations, displacements, and deprivations? How do we see the dispossessed or subjugated as re-articulated in literary works, and what functions can those re-articulations of present/spectral absences play in the literary analysis of the dispossessed territories or bodies, and beyond?
Autobiographies establish the author’s own individual voice and the ability of that voice to display a social scandal or provoke a scandal. In so doing, authors aim to understand the social space around them, and in particular, their personal experience to provoke others within their narrative from the 19th to the 21st centuries.
The records of the 16th Council of Toledo, held in 693 in the reign of the Visigothic king Egica, indic
Spanish in the US: Globalization, Glocalization and New Discourses
Hello mi gente! Hope everyone is well, safe, and healthy. I'm organzing a panel for the upcoming NEMLA (Northest Modern Language Association) which will take place in Philadelphia on March 11th-14th 2021.
The topic of my panel is women writers’ intervention in the Latin American politics during the 20th and 21st centuries. You can submit your proposal in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Please check the description on NEMLA webpage and send me an email if you have any questions or comments
Cadernos de Estudos Sefarditas is a biannual peer-reviewed international journal published by the Cátedra de Estudos Sefarditas Alberto Benveniste (Center for Sephardic Studies Alberto Benveniste).
The editors invite authors to submit original research articles, which have not been previously published in other journal or book, concerning Sephardic studies, Iberian conversos history and Sephardic diaspora.
Society for the History of Discoveries: STUDNT ESSAY PRIZE
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 15 May of each year