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Peripheral Sexualities

 

Friday, April 18, 2014

Welcome and Coffee                9:00-9:30                          CU 301

Panel 1                                     9:30-10:50                        CU 301

Gender and Disorder

                         

Moderated by Dr. Michael Horswell

 

Nuria Godón – Florida Atlantic University

“Masoquismo y redistribución de poderes en La Regenta

 

Akiko Tsuchiya – Washington University

“Between Science and Pornography: Gender and Deviant Sexualities in Eduardo López Bago’s El Cura (1885)”

 

Eilene Powell – University of California, Los Angeles

“Holy BDSM (Bondage and Discipline, Dominance and Submission, Sadism and Masochism) in Emilia Pardo Bazán’s Dulce Dueño

 

Panel 2                                     11:10-12:30                      CU 301

Neo/De-colonial Peripheries: Transatlantic Artists, Activists, and Borderlands

 

Moderated by Dr. Carla Calargé

 

Gema Pérez-Sánchez – University of Miami

“Marketing Peripheral Sexualities: Spain’s Exportation and Exploitation of LGTBQI Human Rights as Commodities in Latin America”

 

Michael Horswell – Florida Atlantic University

“Transvestisms of National Identity and Decolonizing from Peripheral Spaces: El museo travesti de Perú

 

Amanda L. Petersen – University of San Diego

“Consuming Female Bodies along the US-Mexican Border”  

                                                                             

 

Lunch                                     12:30-2:15                      Faculty Club

 

Panel 3                                     2:30-3:30                    CU 301

Fantasy and Sexual Fascinations

 

Moderated by Dr. Yolanda Gamboa

 

Joy Landeira – University of Northern Colorado

“Desde el vanguardismo “auto”-erótico a la destrucción autoerótica en La voz en el viento y La casa de enfrente de Ernestina de Champourcin”

 

Frédéric Conrod – Florida Atlantic University

“The narratives of El Morbo: Understanding Spain’s Sexual Borderline” 

 

 

 

Keynote Address                 4:00-5:30             Nursing 201      

                                                     Moderated by Dr. Nuria Godόn

 

José Colmeiro –University of Auckland, New Zealand

 

“Revisiones periféricas: Nación, homosexualidad e inmigración en el cine español”

 Keynote Speaker

              

Professor José Colmeiro received his PhD from the University of California, Berkeley. He holds the Prince of Asturias Chair in Spanish Studies at the University of Auckland, New Zealand since 2010. Before then he has held academic appointments at Dartmouth College and Michigan State University. He has published widely on Hispanic cultural studies, contemporary literature, cinema and popular culture. 

Major publications include La novela policiaca española: Teoría e historia crítica (1994), Crónica del desencanto: La narrativa de Manuel Vázquez Montalbán (“Letras de Oro” award, 1996), Memoria histórica e identidad cultural: De la postguerra a la postmodernidad (2005), and El ruido y la furia: Conversaciones con Manuel Vázquez Montalbán, desde el planeta de los simios (2013). He has edited the volume Manuel Vázquez Montalbán: El compromiso con la memoria (2007), as well as Silvia Mistral’s Éxodo: Diario de una refugiada española (2009), Francisco García Pavón’s detective novel Las hermanas coloradas (Clásicos Contemporáneos Comentados, 1999), and coedited Spain Today: Essays in Literature, Culture, Society (1995). His most recent book is Galeg@s sen fronteiras (2013) about the effects of globalization on local cultures.

 

Saturday, April 19, 2014

           

Panel 4                                     9:30-10:50                          CU 301

Onanism, Dissident Sexuality, and Promiscuity

 

Moderated by Dr. Amanda Petersen

 

Ana Corbalán – The University of Alabama

“Promiscuidad y perversidad en La cazadora de cuerpos, de Najat El Hachmi”

 

Iker González-Allende – University of Nebraska, Lincoln

“‘Don’t fence me in’: Onanismo y migración queer en las memorias de Terenci Moix”

 

Elena Castro – Louisiana State University

“Disidencia sexual y memoria histórica en Donde nadie te encuentre, de Alicia Giménez Bartlett”

 

Panel 5                                     11:10-1:00                          CU 301

Adolescents, Sexuality, and the Crisis of Patriarchy

 

Moderated by Dr. Iker Gonzalez-Allende

 

F. Eduardo Castilla Ortiz – Missouri Western State University

“De la historia a la ficción normativa: la homosexualidad y la edad”

 

Garbiñe Vidal-Torreira – Hendrix College

“La protagonista adolescente: educación, presión social y ritos de paso en el cuento “El delirio de las chicharras” de Nuria Barrios” 

 

Heather Jerónimo – University of Nebraska, Lincoln

“Peripheral Fatherhoods: Performing Paternity and Sexuality after the Crisis of Masculinity in Ricardo Franco’s La buena estrella and Achero Mañas’ Todo lo que tú quieras” 

 

Claudia Berríos Campos – Michigan State University

“Discursos de poder y representación en la figura de la castración como impedimento del rol sexual masculino en Los cachorros de Mario Vargas Llosa” 

 

Lunch                                    1:00-2:15              Living Room Theatre

Panel 6                                     2:15-3:30                          CU 301

Literary and Cinematic Sexualities: Fluid Aesthetics and the Decentering of Patriarchy

 

Moderated by Dr. Luis Duno-Gottberg

 

Mary Ann Gosser-Esquilín – Florida Atlantic University

“Fluid Lyrical Sexualities: Julia de Burgos’s Water Poems”

 

Jonathan Montalvo – Michigan State University

“(Des) articulación de género y la violencia subjetiva en Conversaciones con Aurelia de Daniel Torres” 

 

Ellen Davies – University of Miami

“La Malinche Steps Out of the Closet: Indigenous and Queer Identity

in the Film El niño pez

 

 

Panel 7                                     3:45-5:00                            CU 301

Sexual Peripheries and Cuban Post-Revolutionary National Cinema

Moderated by Dr. Michael Horswell

 

Luis Duno-Gottberg – Rice University

“Ferozz or the Politics of 'Bad Taste' in Cuba's Underground Cinema”

 

Margaret Frohlich –Dickinson College

“More than Heroism and Helado: Same-Sex Desire in Cuban Cinema”

 

 

 

 

 

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