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SAMLA 2020 : SAMLA 2020: Transgression and Adaptation in Hispanic Cultures

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When Nov 13, 2020 - Nov 15, 2020
Where online
Submission Deadline Jul 26, 2020
Categories    literature   film   arts   popular culture
 

Call For Papers

This conference panel will explore the many forms of adaptation in Hispanic cultures, offering a comparative dialogue on the multiform products and processes of adaptation within Spain and Spanish America. We encourage contributors to employ interdisciplinary tools and theoretical perspectives that open new conversations on the porousness of cultural edges and the artifacts that sustain and deny them. We welcome paper proposals on topics including studies of texts, genres, contact zones, and analyses of adaptation itself, among others.

By July 26, please send a 250-word paper abstract, a 1-page CV and A/V requests to co-chairs Elisabeth Austin (elaustin@vt.edu) and Elena Lahr-Vivaz (elahrvivaz431@gmail.com).

Please note: SAMLA 92 will be held online, November 13-15, 2020. Please see the conference webpage for more information: SAMLA 92 CFPs.

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