Call for Papers SIGLO XIX

The flyer is on my desktop and this is another conference I cannot afford to attend but for some reason I am not deleting it from my desktop, so I cannot turn off the computer because I do not want to file it, so I am posting the notice here.

SIGLO XIX April 1-2, 2011

Florida International university symposium on 19th Century Spanish and Spanish American Literatures

Sponsored by the Department of Modern Languages

We welcome proposals for papers and panels about 19th century Spanish and Spanish- American literatures. The deadline for submission is January 7th 2011 Suggested topic headings or panel requests include but are not limited to: Historical Novel, Transatlantic Romanticism, Realism and Naturalism, Women Writers, Nationalism in Literature, Nineteenth Century Literature and Film Narratives of Decadence and Degeneration, 1898 in Hispanic Literature, Galdós, Catalan Literature, Modernism, 19th Century Drama, Exoticism, Hispano-Filipino Literature, Africanism and Orientalism, Travel Literature, Caribbean Literature, Regeneracionismo, Poetry, Essay and Journalism, Influence of Europe’s Literature in Spanish and Spanish-American Literatures.

If you are interested in presenting a paper or in organizing a session, please E-mail a one-page abstract (250 words) and a title page with the author’s name, address and phone no later than January 7th 2011 to:

Professor Joan Torres-Pou,
Florida International University, Modesto Maidique Campus

Papers may be written in Spanish or English. Length should not exceed 10 double-spaced pages (reading time: 20 minutes).

Registration fee is $165. A revised version of selected papers will be considered for publication in a collective volume.

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