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Apocalyptic themes handled by Spanish directors of the current century, including Jaume Balagueró, Paco Plaza, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, David and Álex Pastor, Álex de la Iglesia, Juan Antonio Bayona, Jorge Torregrossa, and Alfonso Cortés-Cavanillas, and F. Javier Gutiérrez.
The Two cines con niño is the first genre study of child-starred cinemas from Spain. It illuminates continuities in the political use of the child protagonist in over fifty years of Spanish cinema and how the child-starred genres deploy the concept of childhood to retrospectively define the nation and its future. From Francoist popular to…[Read more]
Extended deadline: November 1st
CINE LIT 9
An International Conference on Hispanic Film and Fiction
Organized by Portland State University,
University of Oregon,
and Oregon State University
You are invited to submit an abstract, limited to 300 words, on any aspect of the
relationship between Hispanic literature and film or hispanic film…[Read more]
Ruth Z. Yuste-Alonso started the topic CfP NeMLA 19| Contesting the Gaze: Gender & Genre in Hispanic Women’s Filmmaking in the discussion Cinemas of Spain & Latin America on MLA Commons 1 year, 9 months ago
Contesting the Gaze: Gender and Genre in Hispanic Women’s Filmmaking
(Proposed Roundtable for NeMLA 2019 in Washington, D.C.)
In Ways of Seeing (1972), John Berger notes that the idea of gaze has been traditionally defined as masculine, for there is an underlying assumption that “men act and women appear. Men look at women. Women watch themselv…[Read more]
Check out this new book edited by Jordi Marí:
You and your students are invited to contribute to a new platform for the study and teaching of Hispanic cinema and culture, CineMaestro.
CineMaestro is an open-access collaborative digital project designed to promote audiovisual literacy and intercultural competencies for informed global citizens and professionals…[Read more]
CFP: Hispanismo y humorismo at NeMLA in Pittsburgh (April 12-15, 2018)
This proposed panel is concerned with satirical responses to corruption, injustice, disenfranchisement and economic crisis from across Hispanic cultural production. Papers may analyze dark comedy in film, comics and cartoons, narrative, theater, visual arts, social media, and…[Read more]
New publication on approaches to film studies in Spanish for advanced undergraduate and graduate students.
available on Project Muse.
Vicente Gomis-Izquierdo started the topic Special Volume Hispanic Journal "Rebeldes Históricos en el imaginario mexicano" in the discussion Cinemas of Spain & Latin America on MLA Commons 3 years, 6 months ago
“Rebeldes históricos en el imaginario mexicano”
Este número especial de Hispanic Journal se propone estudiar la figura del/la rebelde en el imaginario mexicano, un personaje histórico-cultural que ha existido desde tiempos pre-colombinos hasta la actualidad. Una de las premisas fundamentales de los ensayos seleccionados será l…[Read more]
The editors of Hispanic Journal invite submissions of unpublished studies all year around. Hispanic Journal is published twice annually by the Department of Foreign Languages and the Graduate School of Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Its purpose is to publish research and criticism of the highest quality in the areas of Spanish, Portuguese,…[Read more]
for Hispanic Filmmaking in English and the Child in the Gothic Mode of Hispanic Cinema, and many other sessions!
Call for Papers: Hispanic Filmmaking in English?
North East Modern Language Association (NeMLA) in Baltimore, MD – March 23-26, 2017
The Oscar-winning directors and pictures of the past three years–Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity and Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Birdman and The Revenant–call more attention to a growing trend of filmmakers bo…[Read more]
Erin K. Hogan started the topic CFP NeMLA 2017: The Child in the Gothic Mode of Hispanic Cinema in the discussion Cinemas of Spain & Latin America on MLA Commons 3 years, 10 months ago
The aim of this proposed paper panel session is to explore new interpretations of the Gothic mode’s child characters in the cinema of Spain and Latin America by departing from the theoretical “haunts” in existing criticism. Readings that engage with the paradigms of Derridean hauntology, pioneered by Jo Labanyi, and historical memory have preva…[Read more]
Daniela Goldfine started the topic Gender and Sexuality in Jewish Latin American Cultural Production in the discussion Cinemas of Spain & Latin America on MLA Commons 3 years, 11 months ago
The editors of a volume titled “Gender and Sexuality in Jewish Latin American Cultural Production” invite proposals from potential contributors. The volume is planned for publication with Lexington Books as part of their Latin American Gender and Sexualities series edited by Carolina Rocha.
Essay proposals should explicitly address issues and…[Read more]
ABOUT THE SERIES
The Latin American Gender and Sexualities series is a timely addition to current scholarship on
gender and sexuality. In the last decade, a number of Latin American governments are showing
openness to new kinds of sexualities through public policy. The study of gender and sexuality also
developed during that time to examine…[Read more]
Cine-Lit VIII February 2015 http://liberalarts.oregonstate.edu/sites/liberalarts.oregonstate.edu/files/cine_lit_viii_0.pdf
Call for Papers
WORLDS and WORDS
29th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference in the Humanities
Sponsored by the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
University of West Georgia, College of Arts and Humanities
October 30-November 1, 2014
Deadline Extended until July 22nd
We welcome submissions from across…[Read more]