Colleagues, for 2017 the theme for our guaranteed session is
“Questioning the Global Hispanophone”: The Global Hispanophone offers both the potential for an expanded, destabilized Hispanism, and the limitations of being a pseudo-imperial category. Can a postnational, postimperial approach avoid this imperialist framework without undermining the specificities of this corpus?
We will also propose a second Global Hispanophone session:
“Hispanophone-East Asian Connections,” for which we are soliciting analyses of texts about or from Hispanophone populations in East Asia, from any period. This session is not guaranteed.
Finally, watch this space: we may propose a third session, in collaboration with another forum.
Here is our third call for papers. We are proposing this non-guaranteed session in collaboration with the forum on Sephardic Studies. Please consider proposing a paper, and share all three CFPs widely.
From “Moroccan Mellahs to Filipino Sinagogas: Sephardic Diaspora.”
Studies of Sephardic communities in African or Asian Spanish colonies. How does Sephardic cultural production problematize imperial and postimperial notions of Hispanidad? Abstracts: firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 March 2016; Adolfo Campoy-Cubillo (email@example.com).
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