LLC 18th-19th Century Spanish and Iberian MLA 2020

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    Catherine Marie Jaffe

    265 Visualizing Catalunya

    Forum: LLC 18th- and 19th-Century Spanish and Iberian & LLC Catalan Studies

    Friday, January 10, 202010:15 AM – 11:30 AMWSCC, 201

    Presider: Leigh Mercer, University of Washington, Seattle


    Nick Wolters, Wake Forest University, “The Catalan Cut: Tailoring Bourgeois Identities in Nineteenth-Century Barcelona”

    Aurelie Vialette, Stony Brook University, State U of New York, “Visualizing Penal Reform: Legal Debates and Literary Illustrations”

    Carlos Varón González, University of California, Riverside, “(De)Coloring Books: Color, Emotion, and Landscape in Rural Catalonia”


    586 Being Human, Making Waste

    FORUM: LLC 18th- and 19th-Century Spanish and Iberian

    Saturday, January 11, 20203:30 PM – 4:45 PM

    WSCC, Yakima 2

    Presider: Nicholas Wolters, Wake Forest University

    Respondent: Catherine Marie Jaffe, Texas State University


    Oscar Ruiz Hernández, University of Virginia, “Not Wanted: Recycling Disabilities and Social Trash in the Eighteenth Century”

    Sarah Sierra, Virginia Polytechnic Instit. and State University, “Excess and Desire in El Diablo Mundo: Espronceda’s Premonitory Performance of an Anthropogenic Catastrophe”

    Gabrielle Miller, Baylor University, “Elderly Women as Feminine Waste in Spain’s Illustrated Press”


    668 Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Spanish and Iberian Pacific Rim

    FORUM: LLC 18th- and 19th-Century Spanish and Iberian

    Sunday, January 12, 20208:30 AM – 9:45 AM

    WSCC, 617

    Presider: Maria Elena Soliño, University of Houston


    Lee Xie, New York University, “Trajectories of Desire: Transpacific Trade and the Oriental Object in José Joaquín Fernández de Lizardi’s El Periquillo Sarniento

    David R. George Jr., Bates College, “A Different 1868: Japan and the Pacific Rim in the Travel Writings of Enrique Dupuy de Lôme”

    Miquel Bota, Calfornia State University, Sacramento, “Pasados ausentes: Noli me tangere o lo que resurge del Spanish Lake”

    Marlon James Sales, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, “Asian Malinches? Translators and Interpreters in the Spanish Philippines”

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