BOSTON COLLEGE

         

Tenth Annual International Graduate Conference on Romance Studies

 APRIL 5-6, 2002

 

THE QUEST FOR MEANING THROUGH THE COEXISTENCE OF IDEOLOGIES  

Art Design: C. Ford Curran, Jr.

 Conference Program

 

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 5

2:30 

 Registration

Devlin Hall 008
3:00 

Welcome and Preliminary Remarks   William REYES-CUBIDES, Editor, Romance Review

 

Devlin Hall 008
3:15 - 5:00 

Keynote Address  

  Professor Paolo VALESIO (Yale University)  

“Making Meanings and the Italian Twentieth Century”

 Introduced by Gabriele DEL ROSSI (Boston College)

 

Devlin Hall 008
5:00 - 6:00 

Reception

McMullen Museum Foyer 

 

Devlin Hall
6:00 - 8:00 

Art Exhibit        

McMullen Museum 

     André MASSON Inside/Outside Surrealism: Works from the Gotlieb Collection   

 

Devlin Hall

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 6

8:00 – 9:00 Coffee and muffins              Lyons Hall (3rd floor)

9:00 – 10:30 First Session

French Studies 

Lyons Hall 207

 

Langages, cultures, littératures: réflexions au-delà de l’hexagone

Chair:   Leanna BRIDGE (Boston College)

Alison RICE (UCLA)

Translating Faith: Abdelkébir Khatibi’s La mémoire tatouée

Nathalie DROUGLAZET (Boston College)

“Un train peut en cacher un autre": Nedjma, palimpseste katebien          

Maria TRIANDAFYLLIDOU (Université Paris VII-Denis Diderot)

Deterritorialisation et réel-littérature: Gilles Deleuze lecteur de la littérature anglo-américaine

 

Hispanic Studies 

Lyons Hall 202

 

Cibernética, cinematografía y teatro: convergencia socio-ideológica y literaria

Chair:  Yonsoo KIM (Boston College)

 

Pilar PÉREZ SERRANO (Boston College)

            Burladores y burlados: la falta de catarsis en el público arrabaliano

Sonia MERELES OLIVERA (Indiana University)

            La revolución digital y el texto virtual en la era electrónica: la poesía online

María HERNÁNDEZ (Boston University)

El deseo y la tauromaquia en Federico García Lorca y Pedro Almodóvar: ¿género, ideología o fuerza irracional?

 

Hispanic Studies 

Lyons Hall 316

 

Interdisciplinariedad: ¿prototipo de una lectura de la literatura testimonial y de viajes?

Chair:  Victoria GARDNER (Boston College)

 

José ÁLVAREZ-FERNÁNDEZ (Michigan State University)

            Trauma, memoria y pedagogía en los testimonios de la represión franquista

Santiago Alberto SÁNCHEZ-BARBAS (Dartmouth College)

            Caminos y ciudades en la frontera del siglo XVIII: escritos de viajes por España

Nicolás NARANJO (Boston College)

            La “Mala Cosa” de Naufragios de Cabeza de Vaca… ni “mala” ni imaginativa

 

 

 

10:45 – 12:15  Second Session

 

French Studies 

Fulton Hall 453

 

Individu, identité et existence

Chair: Nathalie DROUGLAZET

 

Emmanuelle VANBORRE (Boston College)

            La notion de temps dans La nausée de Jean-Paul Sartre

Sylvie YOUNG (UCLA)

“C’est là ce que nous avons eu de meilleur!”: L’ Education sentimentale, ou du bonheur dans l’échec

Linda S. BLACK (University of Toronto)

The Concept of Ex-citizen in Beowulf (premodern) and Tony Harrison’s V (postmodern)

 

Hispanic Studies 

Lyons Hall 315

 

Estrategias de poder:  dignidad, alianzas y mentiras

Chair: Ahmed MARTÍNEZ (Boston College)

 

Maija LANGELAND (Boston College)

The Power of Dignity in Three Short Stories of Gabriel García Márquez

Michel FERNÁNDEZ (Boston College)

“Me he dado cuenta de que miento, siempre he mentido…”: la estética del doble sentido en la canción silviana

Tera BARSKI (Boston College)

The Development and Manifestation of Implicit Alliances in Cuentos de Eva Luna

 

Italian Studies 

Fulton Hall 240

 

Dall'esclusione alla coesistenza: la letteratura rinascimentale al femminile

Chair: Gabriele DEL ROSSI (Boston College)

 

Sonia BRIGHENTI (Boston College)

Lady Mary Wroth

Ilaria SCOLA (Boston College)

Gaspara Stampa: il linguaggio amoroso femminile  

 

Hispanic Studies

ADC Conference Room

 

Transculturación e hispanidad: desdibujación de una identidad latinoamericana

Chair: José RAMOS (Boston College)

 

Carolyn WOLFENZON NIEGO (University of Colorado, Boulder)

El otro como rompecabezas. El judío visto por el gentil y viceversa en La vida a plazos de don Jacobo Lerner

Zoya KHAN (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

The Fissured Texts of Brilliant Weavers: A Discussion of Transculturation through Two Bolivian Novels

Peter NEISSA (Boston College)

Contaminación del discurso histórico como acto de fundación, renovación y toma de autoconciencia: La identidad latinoamericana por medio de la reescritura

 

 

12:00 – 6:00 Exhibition of Medieval Manuscripts and Facsimiles

            James J. Burns Library

1:00 – 2:30 Potluck Lunch

            Language House                                           Gabelli Hall (Lower Campus)

2:30 – 4:00 Third Session

French Studies 

ADC Conference Room

 

Reconstruire la femme: une kaléidoscope des perspectives féminines

Chair: Emmanuelle VANBORRE (Boston College)

 

Sandrine SAVONA (Vanderbilt University)

            A Feminist Approach through the Reconstruction of Tanga

Leanna BRIDGE (Boston College)

The Mule-driver’s Wife Meets the Misogynists: The Second Novella of Marguerite de Navarre’s Heptaméron and the Querelle des femmes

Hispanic Studies 

Lyons Hall 202

 

Socavación de una ideología sutil: el croquis de una escritura femenina

Chair:  Pilar PÉREZ-SERRANO (Boston College)

 

Ibtissam BOUACHRINE (Florida State University)

            El collar de la paloma

Yonsoo KIM (Boston College)

La recreación cromática de la luz en la novela de María de Zayas La inocencia castigada

Patricia NAPIORSKI (University of Houston)

Narratividad intertextual y ausencia del nexo madre-hija, como elementos que revalidan la fragmentación de la identidad femenina en El mismo mar de todos los veranos

Italian Studies

Fulton Hall 240

 

L’arte come veicolo per la comunicazione dell’identità

Chair:  Sonia BRIGHENTI (Boston College)

 

Federico SCHNEIDER (Yale University)

            Staging Erotic Dualism in Late Renaissance Pastoral Drama: Tasso and Guarini

Marco CEROCCHI (Florida State University)

Domenico Zipoli, un musicista pratese nelle Reducciones gesuitiche in America Latina

Irene MARQUES (University of Toronto)

Agostinho Neto: Beautiful Words Might Move Hills But Can They Move Mountains?

 

Hispanic Studies

Lyons Hall 207

 

Radiografía del subalterno: ¿ideologías e identidades en conflicto?

Chair:  Peter NEISSA (Boston College)

 

Victor ROSADO (SUNY at Stony Brook)

Transitional Discourses and Ideologies: Bartolomé de las Casas and His Notion of “vasallos libres”

Ahmed MARTÍNEZ (Boston College)

            Garcilaso El Inca, ¿Subalterno?

María Virginia CERÉ (Universidad Nacional del Litoral -Argentina)

María Celeste PAZ (Universidad Nacional del Litoral -Argentina)

           La convergencia ideológica de los discursos de la conquista de América en Comentarios reales del Inca Garcilaso de la Vega

 

Hispanic Studies

Lyons Hall 316

 

 

Disparidad diacrónica: conceptualización análoga de un ideario existente

Chair: Nicolás NARANJO (Boston College)

 

José RAMOS (Boston College)

            Visiones paralelas de Nueva York: José Martí y Feredico García Lorca

Victoria GARDNER ( Boston College)

            Caupolicán y Héctor: visión del héroe enemigo en La Araucana y La Iliada

María M.VÁZQUEZ (Yale University)

            Símbolo y lenguaje poético: Góngora, Sor Juana y el barroco negro español

4:00 – 4:30 Coffee Break            Lyons Hall (3rd floor)

4:30 – 6-00 Fourth Session

Queer Studies

Fulton Hall 453

 

(Im)possibilities: The Subversion of the (Phal)logocentric Discourse through Homosexuality in a Heterotextual Reality

Chair:  Nathalie DROUGLAZET (Boston College)

 

Lisa R. GUNDERMAN (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Challenging a Heteronormative and Hexagonocentric World: The Search for Gay Québécois Identity

William REYES-CUBIDES (Boston College)

            Psychosis and Homosexuality in Quiroga: Homosocial Induction as a Result of Time in History?

Alistaire TALLENT (Vanderbilt University)

The Hysterical Lesbian and the Unspeakable in Diderot’s La religieuse

 

Queer Studies

ADC Conference Room

 

 

To Queer or Not to Queer?: Speaking the Silence

Chair: Ahmed MARTÍNEZ (Boston College)

 

Luis Alfredo INTERSIMONE (Rutgers University)

Nation and Homosexuality in González Castillo’s Los invertidos

Sarah CAMPBELL (University of Toronto)

The Use of Dolls in Twentieth-Century Art: Disfigured Agents of Socialization and Appropriation

 

6:30 – 8:00 Concert

            Iveria: Liturgical an Folk Music of the Republic of Georgia

            Bapst Library      Gargan Hall

            Introduced by: William REYES-CUBIDES (Boston College)

 


List of Participants
Name                                                                                   

Álvarez Fernández, José                                 

Barski, Tera                                                    

Black, Linda S.                                           

Bouachrine, Ibtissam                                      

Bridge, Leanna                                                

Brighenti, Sonia                                                  

Campbell, Sarah              

Ceré, María Virginia           

Cerocchi, Marco                 

Drouglazet, Nathalie             

Fernández, Michel             

Gardner, Victoria             

Gunderman, Lisa R.             

Hernández, María                     

Intersimone, Luis Alfredo          

Khan, Zoya                          

Kim, Yonsoo                     

Langeland, Maija            

Marques, Irene            

Martínez, Ahmed            

Mereles Olivera, Sonia              

Napiorski, Patricia              

Naranjo, Nicolás                

Neissa, Peter                        

Paz, María Celeste                

Pérez Serrano, Pilar               

Ramos, José                             

Reyes-Cubides, William              

Rice, Alison                      

Rosado, Victor                    

Sánchez Barbas, Santiago Alberto       

Savona, Sandrine                         

Scola, Ilaria                

Schneider, Federico        

Tallent, Alistaire               

Triandafyllidou, Maria        

Valesio, Paolo (Keynote Speaker)         

Vanborre, Emmanuelle                       

Vázquez, María M.                           

Wolfenzon Niego, Carolyn                   

Young, Sylvie  

                                                                       

Session – Room #

1            Lyons 316     

2            Lyons 315

2            Fulton 453

3            Lyons 202

3            ADC Conf. Room

3            Fulton 240

4            ADC Conf. Room    

3            Lyons 207

2            Fulton 240

1            Lyons 207

2            Lyons 315

3            Lyons 316

4            Fulton 453

1            Lyons 202

4            ADC Conf. Room

2            ADC Conf. Room

3            Lyons 202

2            Lyons 315

2            Fulton 240

3            Lyons 207

1            Lyons 202

3            Lyons 202

1            Lyons 316

2            ADC Conf Room

3            Lyons 207

1            Lyons 202

3            Lyons 316

4            Fulton 453

1            Lyons 207

3            Lyons 207

1            Lyons 316

3            ADC Conf. Room

3            Fulton 240

2            Fulton 240

4            Fulton 453

1            Lyons 207

               Devlin 008

2            Fulton 453

3            Lyons 316

2            ADC Conf. Room

2            Fulton 453

 

 


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