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2019
Thursday, April 11th
7:00 AM

SECCLL Conference Program 2019

SECCLL Conference

Georgia Tech- Savannah Campus, Savannah, GA

7:00 AM

Presentation Materials Available

9:15 AM

(Afro)Latinos in Social Media, Music and Television

Lukasz D. Pawelek, University of South Carolina, Wayne State University
Dominique Lott, University of South Carolina - Beaufort
Kathryn Thompson, University of South Carolina - Beaufort

Morning Session 1 (PARB 239)

9:15 AM - 10:30 AM

(Mis)representation of Afro-Latinos in Television

Dominique M. Lott, University of South Carolina - Beaufort

Morning Session 1 (PARB 239)

9:15 AM

Nuevas visiones sobre los textos de Ricardo Palma en el Centenario de su muerte (1919 – 2019)

Genesis H. Portillo, Florida International University

Morning Session 1 (PARB 255)

9:15 AM - 10:30 AM

#Santillana, #soldierscholar: The Use of the Catalog in Medieval Spanish Praise Poetry

Sherry A. Maggin, United States Military Academy

Morning Session 1 (PARB 227)

9:15 AM - 10:30 AM

To be or not to be: Using Einstein's Theory of Relativity for Understanding the Spanish Language Duality Ser/Estar. Or How to introduce Critical Thinking in the First Year Spanish

Jorge Salvo, Claflin University

Morning Session 1 (PARB 114/115)

9:15 AM

9:35 AM

Coto vedado: el toro por los cuernos

Lizely M. Lopez, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Morning Session 1 (PARB 227)

9:35 AM

Nueva manera de trabajar en la secuencia gramatical para la enseñanza del español como segunda lengua

Yun Sil Jeon, Coastal Carolina University
Alejandro Munoz-Garces, Coastal Carolina University

Morning Session 1 (PARB 114/115)

9:35 AM

9:55 AM

¿Policías modernos?: La construcción de la masculinidad en El asesino de la pedrera (2012) y El Angulo muerto (2016)

Daniel Fonfria-Perera, Wichita State University

Morning Session 1 (PARB 227)

9:55 AM

10:45 AM

A Reexamination of "Authentic Materials" in Proficiency-Oriented L2 Teaching

Eric Kartchner, Georgia Southern University

Morning Session 2 (PARB 114/115)

10:45 AM

Goats and Ghosts: Maupassant's Le Horla

William B. Holley, Georgia Southern University

Morning Session 2 (PARB 255)

10:45 AM

La España franquista y las rutas de escape nazi en la novela histórica actual

Silvia Belen-Ramos Professor, Fairleigh Dickinson University - College at Florham

Morning Session 2 (PARB 227)

10:45 AM

11:05 AM

Alonso Quijano y Beatriz. El universalismo eterno de Unamuno en la obra de Rafael Sánchez-Mazas

Consuelo del Val, Texas Tech University

Morning Session 2 (PARB 227)

11:05 AM

How Are World-Readiness Standards Utilized in Spanish Text Books?

Fleming L. Bell, Valdosta State University

Morning Session 2 (PARB 114/115)

11:05 AM

Opening Up New Ways of Perceiving Meaning: Exploring Representation and Symbolism in Poetry and Music

Xochitl Mendez, Lesley University

Morning Session 2 (PARB 255)

11:05 AM

11:25 AM

Flipping the Foreign Language Classroom to better prepare the 21st-Century students

Fernando Palacios, Mercer University

Morning Session 2 (PARB 114/115)

11:25 AM

2:15 PM

Arabic as a Heritage Language: Parental views about Maintain and Enhancing their Children’s Arabic Language

Amani Gashan, Indiana University - Bloomington
Indiana University - Bloomington

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 227)

2:15 PM

In the Midst but Nowhere--- Narrative Inquiry into Expereince of Chinese Hui Ethnic Minority in Ningxia, China

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

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 239)

2:15 PM

Migrant caravans from Central America: the empire comes home.

Pedro J. Lopes, Lander University

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 255)

2:15 PM

The validity of teaching and learning a modern language through the online delivery mode

Rosalind Arthur, Clark Atlanta University

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 114/115)

2:15 PM

2:30 PM

The American culture in almaseery’s intellectual authoresses

Hind Yousef Haddad, Independent researcher

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 227)

2:30 PM

2:35 PM

Breaking Down the Barriers of Affordability & Accessibility: B-CU’s Open Sources Project - MLS 131 & 132

Adelia E. Parrado-Ortiz, Bethune-Cookman University

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 114/115)

2:35 PM

Isolation, Powerlessness, and Escape Depicted in Marielito Writer, Guillermo Rosales

darren k. broome, Gordon College - Barnesville

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 239)

2:35 PM

Narcos: Designing an Upperlevel Critical Thinking Course on the Mitigation of Drug Trafficking in Mexico and Colombia

Sharon K. Montano Dr.

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 255)

2:35 PM

2:55 PM

High leverage teaching and tutoring practices to accelerate oral language proficiency of Arabic as a foreign language learners in the United States

Ebrahim M. Bamanger, Indiana University Bloomington
Indiana University - Bloomington

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 227)

2:55 PM

Jóvenes cronistas mexicanas: conciencia moral e identidad nacional

Dolores Rangel, Georgia Southern University

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 255)

2:55 PM

Self Determination and Socio-Political Frustration. Perspectives of the Diaspora.

Mikhail Furnace, Livingstone College

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 239)

2:55 PM

3:45 PM

"The Psychoanalysis of Satire: A Short Paper about Aphanisis in A Short Film about Disappointment."

Alex Blazer, Georgia College and State University

Afternoon Session 2 (PARB 239)

3:45 PM

TV or not TV: Reality and Fiction in the Depiction of Family and Aliens

William O. Deaver Jr., Georgia Southern University

Afternooon Session 2 (PARB 14/115)

3:45 PM

4:05 PM

Fight or Flight: Plague, Zombies and Contemporary Public Discourse

Randal P. Garza, University of Tennessee at Martin

Afternoon Session 2 (PARB 227)

4:05 PM

La increíble y triste historia de la promoción del español normativo en Colombia y sus tácticas desalmadas: "El Profesor Súper-O"

Angela Pinilla-Herrera, Georgia Southern University

Afternoon Session 2 (PARB 114/115)

4:05 PM

(Un)Lawful Memories: Autobiographical Garden Spaces in Sylvaine Dampierre’s Un Enclos

Lisa Connell, University of West Georgia

Afternoon Session 2 (PARB 239)

4:05 PM

4:25 PM

Albert Camus: quand le divin prend ses distance par rapport a l'art

Babacar Mboup, Valdosta State University

Afternoon Session 2 (PARB 239)

4:25 PM

Hispanic Stereotypes in Contemporary Film

Emily Pressler

Afternoon Session 2 (PARB 227)

4:25 PM

Used by Many, Taught by Few: A Study on el Voseo in Latin America

Madelyn L. Harvin, Georgia Southern University

Afternoon Session 2 (PARB 114/115)

4:25 PM

5:15 PM

Explorers and Missionaries: the making the Marquesas one word at a time

Lucia Florido Dr., University of Tennessee - Martin

Afternoon Session 3 (PARB 239)

5:15 PM

The Investigation of Morphological Characteristics of Net-Lingo in English and Korean and Their Implied Meanings in Casual Online Contexts

Jiyoung Lee Daniel, University of North Georgia

Afternoon Session 3 (PARB 227)

5:15 PM

5:35 PM

Schémas Narratifs et Convergents dans les Romans Africains et Afro Caribéens

Laurent P. Monye, Clark Atlanta University

Afternoon Session 3 (PARB 239)

5:35 PM

The Centrality of Intercultural Communication in the 21st Century’s Liberal Arts Curriculum

Philip A. Ojo, Agnes Scott College

Afternoon Session 3 (PARB 227)

5:35 PM

5:55 PM

Transglocal Fictions: Archetypal Detours in Maryse Condé's Hérémakhonon, en attendant le bonheur (1988)

Hapsatou Wane

Afternoon Session 3 (PARB 239)

5:55 PM

Friday, April 12th
9:15 AM

A better integration of FL programs within the academy in the 21st century.

David J. Shook, Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus

Morning Session 1 (PARB 114/115)

9:15 AM

Creación, recuperación y apropiación del cuerpo y de la voz femenina en distintas obras literarias.

Ana Zapata-Calle, University of West Georgia
Anca Koczkas, University of West Georgia
Bethsabe Huaman Andia, Tulane University
Jeffrey Zamostny, University of West Georgia

Morning Session 1 (PARB 255)

9:15 AM

La Presencia de una Ausencia: un Acercamiento Crítico a Niebla de Unamuno

Victoria Calmes, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse

Morning Session 1 (PARB 227)

9:15 AM

النقد الثقافي آلياته وخصائصه - إدوارد سعيد أنموذجا

adnan lamara, Faculty of Literature and Humanities

Morning Session 1 (PARB 239)

9:15 AM

9:35 AM

Postverdad, contrapoder y feminismo en La edad del frío. Conversaciones con Antígona

María Teresa Sanhueza, Wake Forest University

Morning Session 1 (PARB 227)

9:35 AM

Science Backed Classroom-Based Strategies for Improving Students’ Academic Performance and Emotional Resilience

Catherine T. Johnson, Georgia Southern University

Morning Session (PARB 114/115)

9:35 AM

واقع الرواية العربية في الأدب العربي المعاصر

Hind Yousef Haddad, Independent researcher

Morning Session 1 (PARB 239)

9:35 AM

9:55 AM

Oral Proficiency and Student Motivations for Studying Abroad

Jana Sandarg, Augusta University
Michelle Bruner Peace, Eufaula High School Alabama

Morning Session (PARB 114/115)

9:55 AM

10:45 AM

No Child Left Monolingual: Why and How to Become a More Linguistically Inclusive Nation

Kim Potowski, The University of Illinois at Chicago

Keynote Speaker (PARB 114/115)

10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

2:15 PM

La mirada del Otro y el "lo" anónimo en "Después del almuerzo" de Julio Cortázar

Mac Williams

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 255)

2:15 PM

Spanish Linguistics at UNCG

Mariche G. Bayonas, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Cristina Arango Callejas, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Marisa Gonzalez, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Veronica Allen, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 114/115)

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM

Students' Perception on Teaching L2 Culture Online

Mariche G. Bayonas, University of North Carolina Greensboro

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 114/115)

2:15 PM

The Morisco Episodes of Don Quijote (II 54, 63-65) and Contemporary Political Discourse on Immigration: A Comparative Analysis

Mark Groundland

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 227)

2:15 PM

دور البنية الاجتماعية والثقافية لبيئة التعلم في إعداد المواد والمواقف التدريسية لمتعلمي اللغة العربية الناطقين بغيرها

fouad AMRAOUI, Applied linguistics and teaching arabic as L2. Mohammed v university, Rabat, Morocco

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 239)

2:15 PM

2:30 PM

On Editing Jacinto Cordeiro's Los doce de Ingalaterra

Jaime O. Cruz-Ortiz, Kennesaw State University

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 227)

2:30 PM

2:35 PM

On Seeing and Being Pain: Corporeal Politics, Visual Cultures and Violence Against Women

Therese Tardio, Carnegie Mellon University

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 255)

2:35 PM

واقع اللغة العربية عند أبناء المهاجرين في الولايات المتحدة

Hind Yousef Haddad, Independent researcher

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 239)

2:35 PM

2:45 PM

The Humanistic Underpinnings of Early Modern Iberian Martial Arts

Grant A. Gearhart, Georgia Southern University

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 227)

2:45 PM

2:55 PM

A propósito del 8M: un breve informe de libros e ideas feministas actuales

Jorge W. Suazo, Georgia Southern University

Afternoon Session 1 (PARB 255)

2:55 PM

3:45 PM

Child-Protecting/Nurturing-Oriented Cultural/Religious Practices in East Asia: Reports and Observations from China and Japan

Zuotang Zhang Ph.D., Georgia Southern University
Noriko Mori-Kolbe Ph.D., Georgia Southern University
Shengzhu Li Ph.D., Guizhou Education University
Shuai Jiang ABD, Shandong University

Afternoon Session 2 (PARB 114/115)

3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

La España contemporánea en el arte, la literatura y el cine

Carmen T. Sotomayor Univ. North Carolina at Greensboro
Gretel Acosta, UNCG
Grant Dunlop, UNCG
Lourdes Ramírez, UNCG

Afternoon Session 2 (PARB 227)

3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

La memoria protésica como una manera de rescatar un pasado inadvertido en la obra Las posesiones de Carlos Alvarado Quesada

Maria A. CerdasCisneros, Missouri State University - Springfield

Afternoon Session 2 (PARB 239)

3:45 PM

Realismo y exasperación: un estudio de los personajes femeninos en La pata de la sota y La Nona de Roberto Cossa

Mariana Pensa, UCLA Extension

Afternoon Session 2 (PARB 255)

3:45 PM

Presentation Materials Available

4:05 PM

Pablo Neruda y Bob Seger: Defensores del Obrero Desamparado

Ana Torres Georgia Southern University-Armstrong Campus, Georgia Southern University-Armstrong Campus

Afternoon Session 2 (PARB 255)

4:05 PM

Roberto Bolaño's 2666: Giving Voice to Las Muertas de Juárez

Natalia Espinel-Quintero, Concordia University Montreal

Afternoon Session 2 (PARB 239)

4:05 PM

4:25 PM

Un antihéroe en el exilio. Dialogismo y parodia en Cobro revertido de José Leandro Urbina

Francisco Brignole, University of North Carolina Wilmington

Afternoon Session 2 (PARB 239)

4:25 PM

5:15 PM

Caramurú (1848) o la masculinidad del gaucho como herramienta para la exaltación del espíritu nacional

Miguel Angel Martos Maldonado, College of Coastal Georgia

Afternoon Session 3 (PARB 255)

5:15 PM

El bilingüismo como medio para ser competitivos en la sociedad

Marisela Hernandez, Georgia Southern University
Emily Anthony, Georgia Southern University
Mayra Garcia, Georgia Southern University
Colleen Jama, Georgia Southern University

Afternoon Session 3 (PARB 114/115)

5:15 PM - 6:30 PM

Modern Arabic Poetry: Sufi Metaphors and European Romanticism

Mohamed Mohamed, Northern Arizona University

Afernoon Session 3 (PARB 227)

5:15 PM

The Neapolitan Soul and Romantic Heart of the World

Maria G. Simonelli Dr.

Afternoon Session 3 (PARB 239)

5:15 PM

5:30 PM

A Pilgrim’s Progress for the Digital, Post-Human(ist) Age?: Social and Religious Allegory in Russell Banks’s Lost Memory of Skin

DAVID J. BUEHRER Dr., Valdosta State University

Afternoon Session 3 (PARB 239)

5:30 PM

Presentation Materials Available

5:35 PM

"En este Pais y Espiritu del provincialismo": Una Lectura Comparativa.

Diana I. Santiago Dr., Young Harris College

Afternoon Session 3 (PARB 255)

5:35 PM

Experimentalism in the Postcolonial Moroccan Novel: Fusing the Spheres of Aesthetics and Politics

Anouar El Younssi, Oxford College of Emory University

Afternoon Session 3 (PARB 227)

5:35 PM

5:45 PM

A Forgotten Masterpiece of an 18th Century Female Novelist

neda h. jeny, Kellam High School, Virginia Beach

Afternoon Session 3 (PARB 239)

5:45 PM

5:55 PM

The Uncanny in Ahmed Saadawi's “Frankenstein in Baghdad"

Mustapha Sami, Emmanuel College - Boston

Afternoon Session 3 (PARB 227)

5:55 PM

6:00 PM

Breaking the Patriarchal Enclave: Wariinga the Female Protagonist Emerges a Heroine in Ngugi’s Devil on the Cross

Jive Lubbungu

Afternoon Session 3 (PARB 239)

6:00 PM