Program

 

Friday, February 17

 
A
B
C
11:00-2:00
Registration: ICC 403
Panel I
2:00-3:30
Language Development in Context
Moderator:
Dr. Ronald Leow
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
ICC 450
 
The Acquisition of Sensitivity to Syllable Boundaries: How L1 English Speakers Learn to Segment Spanish Andres Sabogal
Karol Ibarra Zetter
Noah Allaire
University of New Mexico
 
Corrective feedback in SCMC: Linguistic development in learners of Spanish
Chrissy Bistline-Bonilla Gabriela DeRobles Georgetown University
 
Acquisition of Variable Commands in L1 and L2 Spanish: Examining Imperatives and Optatives
Farrah Neumann
University of Pittsburgh 
 

Movements in Language
Moderator: 
Dr. Héctor Campos
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
ICC 550

The diverse results of linguistic contact between Arabic and Romance during the Middle Ages
Tyler Bergin
Georgetown University

 

 

A note on Spanish free relatives
Abel Cruz
Georgetown University

 
 
Gendered Latin America

Moderator: 
Dr. Emily Francomano 
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
ICC462

El sujeto activo/pasivo en la poesía de Neruda y Agustini
Daniela Hernández
The University of Texas at San Antonio

La condenación de la india prostituta en la visión ofuscada de Guamán Poma
Brisa Nuñez García
Georgetown University 

3:30-3:45 Break ICC 403

Panel II
3:45-5:15

 

Workshop

4:00-5:00

Pedagogical Workshop
ICC 101

Providing feedback on heritage language learners' writing: A closer look at practices and implications 
Janire Zabildea
Georgetown University

 

 

Visions of Brazilian Literature
Moderator:
Dr. Gwen Kirkpatrick
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
ICC462

A representação da construção da identidade nipo-brasileira em Gaijin-Caminhos da Liberdade (1980), produzido por Tizuka Yamasaki, e Brazil-Maru (1992), de Karen Tei Yamashita.
Clara Zanirato
Ohio State University

A hora da estrela: a tour de force of minor literature
Daniel Raso
Temple University

5:15-5:30

Break ICC 403

Keynote

ICC 101

5:30-7:00

Eye tracking in SLA research: Past, present, and future
Keynote Address for Linguistics
 
Dr. Aline Godfroid
Michigan State University 
7:30-9:00
Cultural Event
Rhythms in Song and Dance
Copley Formal Lounge

 

Saturday, february 18

  A B C
9:00-10:00 Breakfast: ICC 403

Panel III

10:00-11:30

Interactions in Language and Identity

Moderator:
Mercedes Ontoria Pena
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
ICC101

Bicultural, Bilingual y bien jodido: Negotiations of Mexican Identity, Biculturalism and Virtual Spaces Through the Eyes of the Narrator- Translator in Carmen Boullosa’s La novela perfecta
Melissa Frost
University of Virginia

Heritage Learner Identity and Investment: A multiple case study of HLLs in the foreign language classroom
Raquel Mattson-Prieto
Temple University

El papel de la Identidad y la Comunidad Lingüística en la Evaluación de Hablantes Modelos, Variación Situacional y el Cambio Lingüístico
Meghan Birch
Georgetown University

Gender II
Moderator:
Ross Karlan
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
ICC450

Opposed Politics, Gendered Rhetoric: Commonalities in the Formation of Two Women’s Movements in Twentieth-century Argentina
Laura Colaneri
University of Chicago 

El relato amoroso y la construcción lingüística de le identidad gay en tres novelas latinoamericanas del siglo XX Daniela Hernandez
University of Texas, San Antonio

 

Colloquium: Lamentación, queja y reclamo:
El lenguaje de derechos por sujetos marginados en los Andes, siglos XVI y XVIII

Moderator: 
Mónica Vallín
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
ICC 462

 Del orden natural a un lenguaje indígena universal en El memorial de agravios de Don Diego de Torres, Cacique de Turmequé (1584)
Juan Manuel Ramirez Velazquez
University of New Mexico

 
Derechos humanos, matrimonio y estereotipos: Petición y queja de dos mujeres negras de Lima (1780)
Alice Donahue
University of New Mexico
 
Los lamentos de Calixto: el aporte de un mestizo a la defensa de los derechos en el Virreinato del Perú (1750)
Patricia Ordoñez
University of New Mexico 
11:30-11:45 Break ICC 403
Keynote
ICC 101
11:45-1:15
Baroque Contredanse:
Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora and Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz
Keynote Address for Literature
 
Dr. Rolena Adorno
Yale University 
1:15-2:30

Lunch Break-  See Insert in Folder for Suggestions 

Panel IV

2:30-4:00

Language and Text(s)
Moderator:
Dr. Laura Vilardell
Department of Spanish and Portuguese

ICC 101 

 
Grade of English-Spanish language transference in Spanish newspapers of Los Angeles, Miami and New York
Ashley Shaffer
Temple University
 
El impacto desfavorable en el desempeño académico de las traducciones inadecuadas en un programa bilingüe: Un estudio de campo
Yeni Dávila
University of Texas at San Antonio 
Re-approaching the Early Modern
Moderator:
Yoel Castillo Botello
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
ICC 150

 

Imprisonments, oracles, and Arthurian myths: Symbolism behind Arturo Cova’s names in La vorágine
Oscar Ruiz Hernandez
University of Virginia
 
“Una lectura quijotesca de San Manuel Bueno, mártir, de Miguel de Unamuno”
María del Mar Gámez Garcia University of Cincinnati
 
Uncovering the Celestinesque in Kate Chopin’s The Awakening
Hunter Lang
University of Cincinnati 
 
Visual Assessments of Latin America

Moderator:
Dr. Alejandro Yarza
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
ICC 462

The Embodiment of Presence and Absence in the Documentary Film of Patricio Guzman
Nash Middleton
Ohio State University
 
Distopías amorosas: El Infierno como una comedia anti-romántica y fichera
Sabino Luévano
University of Houston
 
Teorías esenciales para la obra de cinéma d’auteur de Gutiérrez Alea
Anne-Sophie Leroux
McGill University 
4:00-4:15
Break ICC 403
 

Panel V

4:15-5:45

Special Panel sponsored by the Georgetown University Initiative for Multilingual Studies: Understanding Bi- and Multilingualism Through Language Policy
Discussant: Dr. Cristina Sanz
Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Member of the Initiative for Multilingual Studies
ICC 101
 
Guaraní in the Brazilian Context: The Intersection of Language Maintenance and Policy
Drew Wildes
Georgetown University
 
Major and minor languages: Is that a fair distinction?
Laura Vilardell
Georgetown University
 
Las actitudes lingüísticas entre mujeres hispanohablantes en Marruecos
Farah Ali
University at Albany 
6:00-7:30

Closing Reception

Epicurean Restaurant