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2017
Thursday, March 23rd
9:00 AM

SECCLL 2017 Conference Program

Georgia Southern University

9:00 AM

Presentation Materials Available

9:15 AM

In a Land Far, Far Way: Writing (in) the South Pacific

Lucia Florido, University of Tennessee - Martin

Room 218

9:15 AM

Revêtement urbain et caricature au XIXe siècle

Caroline Strobbe, The Citadel

Room 212

9:15 AM

9:35 AM

Borges y el otro: La victoria literaria del gaucho sobre la civilización

Adelia E. Parrado-Ortiz, Bethune-Cookman University

Room 217

9:35 AM

Crimen y sociedad en El crimen de la calle de Fuencarral de Galdós

Vicente Gomis-Izquierdo, Indiana University of Pennsylvania - Main Campus

Room 210

9:35 AM - 10:15 AM

Le ressort pastoral dans Les mystères de Paris

Benoit P. Leclercq, High Point University

Room 212

9:35 AM

9:55 AM

Iconografía de la mujer mexicana: Cinco momentos en el siglo XX.

Dolores Rangel, Georgia Southern University

Room 217

9:55 AM

Illegal immigration from Mexico and Central America into the United States: a history

Pedro J. Lopes, Lander University

Room 218

9:55 AM

L’Angoisse, la Folie et la Mort dans Madame Bovary

Laurent P. Monye, Clark Atlanta University

Room 212

9:55 AM

10:45 AM

Del Ideal de la Humanidad a González Posada y Carmen de Burgos: La evolución del feminismo español

Christian Rubio, Bentley University

Room 210

10:45 AM

La historieta de amor y la música romántica urbana en Demasiado amor de Sara Sefchovich

Audrey E. Garcia, Kennesaw State University

Room 212

10:45 AM

La identidad bilingüe: uso del español como recurso persuasivo en la campaña publicitaria electoral de 2016 en EEUU.

Sara Moreno de Nicolas, High Point University

Room 218

10:45 AM

11:05 AM

El salto a la valla: la representación metafórica de los distintos actores que participan en el discurso migratorio periodístico. (Alicia Juncos Zori)

Alicia Juncos Zori, University of Kentucky

Room 218

11:05 AM

La búsqueda de la auténtica cultura mexicana de Carlos Monsiváis

Luis Mora, Georgia Gwinnett College

Room 212

11:05 AM

Musical vs. Pictorial Ekphrasis in Twentieth-Century Hispanic Poetry

Will Derusha, University of North Texas

Room 217

11:05 AM

11:25 AM

La tetralogia de Leonardo Padura Fuentes: La otra cara de la novela policial cubana

Alain-Richard SAPPI, Georgia Wesleyan College

Room 212

11:25 AM

The parar + gerund construction in Peruvian Spanish: An analysis of the habitual gerund

Miguel Garcia, Georgia Southern University

Room 218

11:25 AM

Yeats and Revivalism

Hui Feng

Room 217

11:25 AM

1:30 PM

State of the State in World Languages in Georgia in K-12

Patrick Wallace, Georgia Department of Education

Room 218

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

2:15 PM

Economic Consequences of Jewish Persecution of Iberia in the Early Middle Ages and Pre-czar Imperial Russia

Dale Crandall, University of North Georgia

Room 218

2:15 PM

Linguistic and Sociological Dimensions of the Illusive Concept of Jamʿ

Mohamed Mohamed, Northern Arizona University

Room 212

2:15 PM

Proposals for the creation of Spanish programs in grades K-8th in southeast Georgia

Marcela Ruiz-Funes, Georgia Southern University
Ana Gonzalez, Georgia Southern University
Jennifer Makepeace, Georgia Southern University
Keysha Pacheco, Georgia Southern University
Sara Longaberger, Georgia Southern University

Room 217

2:15 PM

Revitalizing Foreign Language Teaching & Learning in American Universities

Alexander Selimov, University of Delaware

Room 210

2:15 PM

2:35 PM

A Kinesthetic Approach to Second Language Acquisition

Johanna M. Alberich, Troy University
Rachel Fournier, Troy University
Kelly Suero, Troy University

Room 210

2:35 PM

Jazzbandismo: El jazz como símbolo de la modernidad en la obra literaria de Ramón Gómez de la Serna

Dr. Anton Garcia-Fernandez, University of Tennessee - Martin

Room 218

2:35 PM

مسألة الترجمة الذاتية في الأدب العربي: رشيد بو جدرة نموذجا

Mustapha Sami, Emmanuel College - Boston

Room 212

2:35 PM

2:55 PM

Exploring the new trends in Spanish as a FL in the US

Fernando Palacios, Mercer University

Room 210

2:55 PM

Representations of Muslim women in Hollywood movies: A Cultural Studies Analysis

Abdulrahman Fatehalla Ali Alhawsali, Georgia Southern University

Room 212

2:55 PM

3:45 PM

De lo sublime a lo ridículo: Los procesos de mitificación y desmitificación de la Revolución cubana a través de las figuras de Don Quijote y Sancho

Liset Cruz Garcia, Independent Scholar

Room 212

3:45 PM

Disability and Monstrosity in Transnational Modern Literatures

Matt Franks, University of West Georgia
Angel Bullington, University of West Georgia
RaeAnna Hogle, University of West Georgia
Eli Miles, University of West Georgia
Matt Rood, University of West Georgia

3:45 PM

Looking from the Outside in: Guadalupe Nettel’s Creation of Two Protagonists Reduced to Bare Life and Alternative Spaces

Maria L. Hoffman, University of Kentucky

Room 210

3:45 PM

Thoughts and Impressions of an Open Access French Textbook, Liberté

Darren K. Broome, Gordon College - Barnesville

Room 217

3:45 PM

4:05 PM

Addressing pronunciation in the L2 classroom : best practices

Annette Hanle-Daniels, Berry College

Room 217

4:05 PM

Screening Nostalgia in Bilingual Memoir: From Poison to a Cure

Lukasz D. Pawelek, University of South Carolina - Beaufort

Room 212

4:05 PM

The Border/Crossings of College-Bound Latinas

Gisela Norat, Agnes Scott College

Room 210

4:05 PM

4:25 PM

Adaptation of the Keyword Method in the KFL Classroom: Remembering 14 Korean Consonants

Jiyoung Lee Daniel, University of North Georgia

Room 217

4:25 PM

“Esposa, madre e hija: análisis de los roles tradicionales femeninos en las variantes dominicanas del romancero español”

Rita Tejada, Luther College

Room 212

4:25 PM

5:15 PM

"The New Colossus" or "O! Close the Gates" ? A Literary Interpretation of the Human Rights Implications of the Current Migration Crisis in the Mediterranean Region

Philip A. Ojo, Agnes Scott College

Room 212

5:15 PM

Una visión posmoderna de la mujer en La Amortajada de María Luisa Bombal

Aurora Kiser

Room 210

5:15 PM

Where to Surf in Peru, or How to Use an ePortfolio to Learn Culture

Carrie Bramlet, University of Virginia

Room 217

5:15 PM

5:35 PM

El lado feminista de Infinita de Ethel Krauze

Carlos Coria-Sánchez, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Room 210

5:35 PM

Unburdening the White Man: Yasmina Khadra's "L'équation africaine" (2011)

David S. Vanderboegh, Creighton University

Room 212

5:35 PM

Understanding literature through different artistic expressions

Clara Mengolini, Mercer University

Room 217

5:35 PM

5:55 PM

A Multiliteracies Approach to Teaching the Spanish Comedia

Jaime O. Cruz-Ortiz, Kennesaw State University

Room 217

5:55 PM

Friday, March 24th
9:15 AM

Historias del Kronen: Portrait of a Late 20th Century Spanish Psychopath

Timothy J. Ashton, University of South Carolina Aiken

Room 218

9:15 AM

Teaching Spanish: Theory and Practice

Lucia I. Llorente, Berry C
Linda McManness, Baylor University
Karen Lopez-Alonzo, Baylor University

Room 212

9:15 AM

The Mules of the World: Zora Neale Hurston’s Underlying Metaphor

Amelia Simmons, East Georgia State College

Room 210

9:15 AM

9:35 AM

The role of tension in teaching languages

Larbi Oukada Dr., Geirgia College & State University

Room 217

9:35 AM

9:55 AM

Before Jane Austen: Some Forgotten English Women Writers

Neda H. Jeny, Savannah Classical Academy

R00m 210

9:55 AM

The Acquisition of Spanish Theta in a Study Abroad Context

John J. Stevens Dr., University of North Carolina at Wilmington

Room 217

9:55 AM

10:45 AM

Rebuilding the Language Curriculum from the Back Seat

Sheri Spaine Long

Room 111/113

10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

1:30 PM

Publishing Your Work in Scholarly Journals

Sheri Spaine Long

Room 217

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

2:15 PM

“A mi padre he de dejar:” Filial Discord and the Rejection of the Secular World in Lope’s Teresian Plays

Bryan Betancur, Furman University

Room 218

2:15 PM

Complementary Application of Classical Conditioning & Operant Conditioning in Teaching and learning Chinese as a Second Language in U.S---Taking GSU as an example

Ru Li, Georgia Southern University
Zuotang Zhang, Georgia Southern University

Room 217

2:15 PM

Destitución y desilusión política en Waslala, memorial al futuro y El país bajo mi piel, memorias de amor y guerra

Karen J. Barahona, Baldwin Wallace University

Room 212

2:15 PM

“That’s a bit creepy, what you’re doing”: Black Mirror and the Perverse Gaze”

Alex Blazer, Georgia College and State University

Room 210

2:15 PM

2:30 PM

Tras el cristal: Reflejos, reflexiones, refracciones de lo perverso

William O. Deaver Jr., Armstrong State University

Room 210

2:30 PM

2:35 PM

Revolutionary Hangovers and the Poetics of Democracy: Post Conflict Meta-Poetry by Central American Women Writers (1990-Present)

Denise N. Callejas, Spring Hill College

Room 212

2:35 PM

Socio-Cultural and Socio-Linguistic Functions of Nursery Names in Rural China

Zuotang Zhang, Georgia Southern University

Room 217

2:35 PM

The Limits of Privilege and the Sins of Don Juan

Adrianne Woods, University of South Carolina - Columbia

Room 218

2:35 PM

2:45 PM

Anarcho-syndicalism and Fiction in Armand Guerra’s Flesh for Beasts (1936)

Pablo Martínez Diente, Kansas State University

Room 210

2:45 PM

2:55 PM

Affective Cartographies of the Financial Crisis; Textual Emotionality in Contemporary Spanish Poetry

Alberto Lopez Martin, Davidson College

Room 218

2:55 PM

“Detente, sombra”: The Feminist Detective Fiction of María Elvira Bermúdez

Katherine Ostrom, Emory University

Room 212

2:55 PM

3:00 PM

Almodóvar: Mujeres y género

Adrienne Banko, University of South Carolina Aiken

Room 210

3:00 PM

3:45 PM

Jews and Italians: The whitening project in Rómulo Gallegos’ “Los inmigrantes” and Rufino Blanco Fombona’s Judas capitolino

Alana Alvarez, Mercer University

Room 210

3:45 PM

Standard Spanish: A Brief History and Pedagogical Reflections

Sadler Kirk, Georgia State University

Room 217

3:45 PM

“Transformation, Trajectory, and Deleuze in Réda’s L’Improviste”

Lynn S. Anderson, University of West Georgia

Room 218

3:45 PM

Translators and Their Other Professions

Victoria Livingstone

Room 212

3:45 PM

4:00 PM

Frederick II, the Baptized Sultan of Sicily, Bridge-maker between Italian and Arab culture

Maria G. Simonelli, Monmouth University

Room 212

4:00 PM

4:05 PM

Lejos de aquí de Roberto Cossa y Mauricio Kartun: familia, absurdo y temporalidad en una re-escritura del grotesco criollo

Mariana Pensa, UCLA Extension

Room 210

4:05 PM

Presentation Materials Available

The Flipped Classroom, or How Hurricane Matthew Changed the Way I Teach

Martha L. Hughes, Georgia Southern University

Room 217

4:05 PM

The Role of Metaphors in "La Photographe" by Christophe Ferré

Olga Amarie, Georgia Southern University
Olga Amarie, Georgia Southern University

Room 218

4:05 PM

4:15 PM

Study Abroad Students’ Identity and their Social Integration

Federica Goldoni, Georgia Gwinnett College

Room 212

4:15 PM

4:25 PM

Flipping the Classroom using Modified POGIL Activities

Catherine T. Johnson, Georgia Southern University

Room 217

4:25 PM

4:30 PM

Western Audiences: Role of the International Communication of Chinese Classics

Yanjie Pang, Georgia Southern University

Room 212

4:30 PM

Presentation Materials Available

5:15 PM

El mañana, by Luisa Valenzuela: From Spaces of Oppression to Spaces of Resistance

Alyce Cook, Columbus State University

Room 210

5:15 PM

Experiencias: Lecciones aprendidas como maestro de cursos en línea.

Mauricio Peña Sanchez, Georgia Southern University
Eric Kartchner, Georgia Southern University
Teresa Buzo Salas, Georgia Southern University

Room 212

5:15 PM

What's in the input? An examination of Classroom input in Elementary and Intermediate Spanish courses

Raquel Prieta, Oakland University

Room 217

5:15 PM

5:35 PM

Memory, Metatheater, and Intertextuality in La Madrugada by Juan Tovar

Brian T. Chandler, University of North Carolina Wilmington

Room 210

5:35 PM

Online Assessment of FL Student Proficiency: A Longitudinal Perspective

Karen Acosta, Valdosta State University
Fleming Bell, Valdosta State University

Room 217

5:35 PM