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2018
Thursday, April 5th
7:00 AM

SECCLL Conference Program 2018

Georgia Southern University

7:00 AM

Presentation Materials Available

9:15 AM

El programa bracero y las huelgas de campesinos en "El corrido de Dante" de González Viaña

Audrey E. Garcia, Kennesaw State University

Room 212

9:15 AM

La historia del caballero Rafael y los orígenes de la literatura sofisticada y reconstructivista de Álvaro Cunqueiro

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

Room 210

9:15 AM - 10:30 AM

Prison, Theatre, and Italy’s Boogiemen

Rosetta Giuliani Caponetto Dr, Auburn University

Room 218/220

9:15 AM

The Liberation of Women in Boccaccio’s Decameron

Maria G. Simonelli Dr., Monmouth University

Room 218/220

9:15 AM - 9:30 AM

"Timbuktu" ou comment expliquer le djihad aux nuls

Mahamadou M. Diaby-Kassamba, Winston-Salem State University

Room 217

9:15 AM

9:30 AM

The Great Biracial Divide and Connection: Magical Realism and Identity in Abeng and No Telephone to Heaven by Michelle Cliff

Devona Mallory Ph.D., Albany State University

Room 218/220

9:30 AM

9:35 AM

Decolonizing French: Afrophonics in Ken Bugul’s Aller et retour (2013)

Hapsatou Wane, Armstrong State University

Room 217

9:35 AM

The South is Different: The Other Modernity in the Travel Narratives of Carmen de Burgos and Emilia Pardo Bazán

Daniela Raducanu, Utah State University

Room 210

9:35 AM

The Specter of Impunity in Operación Hamlet

Debra C. Ames, Valparaiso University

Room 212

9:35 AM

9:45 AM

“A Dark, Abiding, Signing Africanist Presence” in Walker Percy’s Dr. Tom More Novels

David Withun, Faulkner University

Room 218/220

9:45 AM

9:55 AM

El via crucis de los venezolanos. Venezuela sin lideres.

Pedro P. Hoyos Salcedo, Augusta University, Augusta, GA Associate Spanish Professor

Room 212

9:55 AM

La recreación del personaje colectivo en Central eléctrica

Antonio Parrilla-Recuero, Indiana University - Bloomington

Room 210

9:55 AM

10:00 AM

Narrative Inquiry Research on Ethnic Minority Teachers’ Work Experience in Northwest China

Ru Li, Georgia Southern University

Room 218/220

10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

10:45 AM

Amor a tres bandas y crimen como telón de fondo: Amor, deseo y autoridad social en "No me llames cariño" (2004) de Isabel Franc

Agustín Martínez-Samos, Texas A & M International University

Room 210

10:45 AM

Appétences

Déborah Lee-Ferrand, College of William and Mary
Benoit P. Leclercq, High Point University
Denis Depinoy, High Point University

Room 217

10:45 AM

De la famine aux podiums: perspectives sur la représentation des cuisines d’Afrique Sub-Sahariennes en transition

Déborah Lee-Ferrand, College of William and Mary

Room 217

10:45 AM - 11:00 AM

“Influencia de Gabriel García Márquez en la literatura de latinos: Patricia Engel”

Laura P. Alonso-Gallo Dr., Barry University

Room 212

10:45 AM

La presencia de la mujer en "El anacronópete" de Enrique Gaspar y Rimbau

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

218/220

10:45 AM

11:00 AM

Plenary Session Keynote Speaker BAD GRAMMAR: Language Research and Teaching in the Age of Fake News.

Terell A. Morgan, The Ohio State University

Room 111/113

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

11:05 AM

Intuición fenomenológica en la constitución del universo literario de la novela Adán Buenosayres de Leopoldo Marechal

Elena Picech

Room 218/220

11:05 AM - 11:25 AM

Masculinity’s Dilemma in Spanish “Sexy” Comedies

Mary T. Hartson, Oakland University

Room 210

11:05 AM

Self-consciousness, Defense Mechanisms, and Negation of Personal and Physical Privacy in "La noche de los feos" by Mario Benedetti

Adriana Primo-Vincent Dr., Albany State University

Room 212

11:05 AM

11:25 AM

Helios Gómez: Un icono del dibujo político de entreguerras.

Luis Gonzalez Barrios, Spelman College

Room 218/220

11:25 AM

1:15 PM

Systematic Defensive Memory and Psychological Trauma in David Carreras’ Hipnos (2004)

Jesse Bynum, Clemson University

Room 217

1:15 PM - 1:35 PM

2:15 PM

Growth Mindset-pedagogical Techniques to teach Spanish Grammar to Non-native Speakers: A Research Case Study

Sara Moreno de Nicolas, High Point University

217

2:15 PM

Spanish and English Contact and The Order of Morpheme Acquisition

Daniel Smith, Clemson University

Room 210

2:15 PM

Study Abroad: Problems and Opportunities

Eric Kartchner, Georgia Southern University
Jorge W. Suazo, Georgia Southern University
Caleb Wilemon, Georgia Southern University

Room 218/220

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM

The Ecologically Noble Savage or the Pursuit of an Ecological Identity in Luis Sepúlveda’s Environmental Novels

Claudia M. Páez-Lotero, University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Room 212

2:15 PM

Time and Space as Borgean Dreams

Caleb Wilemon, Georgia Southern University

Room 218/220

2:15 PM - 2:35 PM

2:30 PM

Strategies for Literacy and Literate Performance among Heritage Learners

Raquel Prieta
Jamile Forcelini, Florida State University

Room 210

2:30 PM

2:35 PM

Digital Portfolio: An Assessment Tool to Foster Motivation Towards Speaking Spanish as a Foreign Language

Virginia T. Nunez -, High Point University

217

2:35 PM

Exploring the Treacherous Systems of the Mind: Sergi Vizcaíno’s Paranormal Xperience (2011)

Hannah Cheeks, Clemson University

Room 217

2:35 PM - 2:55 PM

La ciudad como espacio de la marginalidad: un acercamiento crítico a Un oso rojo

Mariana Pensa, UCLA Extension

Room 210

2:35 PM - 2:55 PM

Presentation Materials Available

La denuncia de la corrupción gubernamental a través de Pantaleón y las visitadoras de Mario Vargas Llosa

Jennifer Makepeace, Georgia Southern University

Room 218/220

2:35 PM - 2:55 PM

La identidad latina a través de la voz narrativa en dos escritoras latinoamericanas

Blanca E. Comito, Georgia Southern University

Room 212

2:35 PM - 3:15 PM

2:45 PM

Language Shift and Linguistic Attitudes in Cavite City, Cavite, Philippines

Sheryl Bernardo-Hinesley, Columbus State University

Room 210

2:45 PM

2:55 PM

Box 507 (2002) by Enrique Urbizu: Crossroads of Human Spirit and Economic Systems

Graciela Tissera, Clemson University

Room 217

2:55 PM - 3:15 PM

La radionovela como construcción cultural en La tía Julia y el escribidor de Mario Vargas Llosa

Mauricio Peña Sanchez, Georgia Southern University

Room 218/220

2:55 PM - 3:15 PM

3:45 PM

Al-Ghayb in Al-Ẓāhir Baibars’ Sīrah

Mohamed Mohamed, Northern Arizona University

Room 212

3:45 PM

Culturas heterogéneas: los paralelos entre El hablador y Pantaleón y las visitadoras

Becky Francis, Georgia Southern University

Room 217

3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

Foreign Language instruction and the acquisition of professional skills.

Fernando Palacios, Mercer University

Room 217

3:45 PM

Le bagne et La Nouvelle

Caroline Strobbe, The Citadel

Room 210

3:45 PM

Two Novels about Two Young Women

Neda Helena Jeny, savannah classical academy

Room 218/220

3:45 PM

4:05 PM

Fantasme olympique et camps de concentration dans W ou le souvenir d'enfance de Georges Perec

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

Room 210

4:05 PM

ICT and Chinese language instruction: Three semesters of classroom experiment

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

Room 217

4:05 PM

Juventud divino tesoro: Comentario social en El hermano menor

Daisy Hunt, Georgia Southern University

Room 217

4:05 PM - 4:25 PM

Queering Chilean History in "Tengo miedo torero" by Pedro Lemebel

Martin Ward, University of Georgia

Room 218/220

4:05 PM

Rhetoric of Rebellion in Arab Women’s Literature: Storytelling and women's empowerment in Mernissi's "Dreams of trespass"

Mustapha Sami, Emmanuel College - Boston

Room 212

4:05 PM

4:25 PM

Flipping the Classroom to Teach as a Second Language, A Holistice Approach

Adelia E. Parrado-Ortiz, Bethune-Cookman University

Room 217

4:25 PM

Japan: Gender Role or Gender Discrimination?

Noriko Kolbe, Georgia Southern University

Room 218/220

4:25 PM

The Image of Arab Culture in World Literature in American Anthologies

Jonas Elbousty, Yale University

Room 212

4:25 PM

Vampires and Swashbucklers: Identity Theft in Paul Féval’s La Ville-vampire and Le Bossu

William B. Holley, Georgia Southern University

Room 210

4:25 PM

4:45 PM

Teaching Borges and Vargas Llosa in 2017: Lessons for Conservatism

Eric Kartchner, Georgia Southern University

Room 217

4:45 PM - 5:00 PM

5:15 PM

Online Contact Effects of English on the Korean Language: Linguistic Features of Korean in Casual Online Situations

Jiyoung Lee Daniel, University of North Georgia

Room 217

5:15 PM

The "Tapado" as a Symbol of Progress and Panic

Adrianne Woods, University of South Carolina - Columbia

Room 210

5:15 PM

The language of power and the politics of language in education: Politics, dominance, and social engineering in North Africa

Ali ALALOU, University of Delaware

Room 218/220

5:15 PM

5:35 PM

Developing Global Learning in a Home-grown Short-term Program Abroad: A Case Study in Germany

Rick Chamberlin, Lebanon Valley College

Room 217

5:35 PM

Rompiendo esquemas: valores morales en Calderón de la Barca

Beatriz C. Jimenez Medina, Worcester State University

5:35 PM

The Transformative Potentials of Sub-Saharan African Migrants in the Development of their Homelands: Senegal as a Case Study

Philip A. Ojo, Agnes Scott College

Room 218/220

5:35 PM

5:55 PM

Music in the Work of Félix Francisco Casanova

Pablo Martínez Diente, Kansas State University

Room 210

5:55 PM - 6:15 PM

The Italian Migration Crisis and its Effects on Ordinary Life in Italy

Elizabeth M. Vukovics, Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College

Room 217

5:55 PM

Friday, April 6th
9:15 AM

Teaching Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz in a Twenty-First Century Classroom: Juana Inés (2016) and Other Visual Technologies through an intersectional lens

Maria L. Schroeder, University of Kentucky

Room 210

9:15 AM

Us and the Others: illegal immigration as a subsidiary theme in recent film productions.

Pedro J. Lopes, Lander University

Room 212

9:15 AM

9:30 AM

La presencia de la mujer en Mal de amores

Carlos Coria-Sánchez, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Room 210

9:30 AM

9:35 AM

Legion: The Traumatic Encounter between Fantasy and Reality in Noah Hawley's Superhero Drama

Alex Blazer, Georgia College and State University

Room 212

9:35 AM

Sputnik: The historical event which revitalized, redirected foreign language study in the U.S., and prepared it for today’s needs

Joe LaValle 2457533, University of North Georgia

Room 218/220

9:35 AM

World Languages and the Global Workforce a State Overview

Patrick Wallace 6518373, Georgia Department of Education World languages

Room 217

9:35 AM

9:45 AM

‘Si las paredes hablaran’ y el silencio deshumanizador en Inés (1995) de Elena Garro

Yasmina A. Vallejos, Pittsburg State University

Room 210

9:45 AM

9:55 AM

Fellini's Pinocchio: La dolce vita

Kevin Bongiorni Dr., Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge

Room 212

9:55 AM

Flannery O'Connor's Pantheo-Christian World

Kathy R. Pitts, Jackson State University

Room 218/220

9:55 AM

10:00 AM

El dolor corporal y de expresión en "Rompiendo el silencio" de Martha Montoya

Mariela Wong, College of Mount Saint Vincent

Room 210

10:00 AM

11:05 AM

Roman-feuilleton et dissémination: la boulimie de Les Mystères de Paris de Eugène Sue

Benoit P. Leclercq, High Point University

Room 217

11:05 AM - 12:45 PM

11:25 AM

Animal on est mal: désir mimétique et cannibalisme chez Raymond Macherot

Denis Depinoy

Room 217

11:25 AM - 12:00 PM

2:15 PM

Borges y Vargas Llosa: Exploraciones culturales, sociales y filosóficas

Rebekah Hein, Georgia Southern University
Caleb Wilemon, Georgia Southern University
Jennifer Makepeace, Georgia Southern University
Becky Francis, Georgia Southern University
Dasny Hunt, Georgia Southern University
Eric Kartchner, Georgia Southern University

Room 218/220

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM

Individual versus Systems in Cinema

Graciela Tissera, Clemson University
Jesse Bynum, Clemson University
Hannah Cheeks, Clemson University

Room 217

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM

"Racismo en República Dominicana y Venezuela: Análisis de las películas Feo de día y lindo de noche y Pelo malo

Osvaldo Parrilla, Lander University

Room 210

2:15 PM

2:55 PM

La hora de los hornos: un análisis desde la perspectiva populista

Alicia Juncos Zori, University of Kentucky

Room 210

2:55 PM

La radionovela como constructo cultural en La tia Julia y el escribidor de Mario Vargas Llosa

Mauricio Peña Sanchez, Georgia Southern University

2:55 PM

3:45 PM

Laberintos Diasporicos: Tierras de Encanto y Crisis en el Caribe

David Goethie Jr., Independent Scholar

Room 210

3:45 PM

También la lluvia y Cumbite: activismo, actores y agua

William O. Deaver Jr., Armstrong State University

Room 218/220

3:45 PM

4:05 PM

Homosociabilidad y performatividad en el lenguaje de "69, Amor" (2005) de Cristina Sánchez-Andrade

Sandra Nava Nieto

Room 218/220

4:05 PM

Ourika and Sibila of the Andes: two Nineteenth Century Black Female Protagonists

Nydia Jeffers

Room 210

4:05 PM

4:25 PM

Low and High Art: Poetics, Nostalgia and Cultural Memory

Lukasz D. Pawelek, University of South Carolina - Beaufort

Room 210

4:25 PM