Drs. Divine, Gómez and Del Mastro Participate in the KFLC

At the 67th Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference on 4/10-4/12 in Lexington, KY, three faculty members from the Department of Hispanic Studies participated in various sessions:

Dr. Susan Divine presented her study “Nacho Vigalondo and the Recovery of Time and Space,” and she chaired a panel entitled “The Elemental Topographies of Twentieth-Century Spanish Narrative.”

Dr. Michael Gómez presented his study “Freedom and the Soul within the Mechano-Materialist System: The Bergsonian Presence in Pardo Bazán’s Naturalistic Fictions.”

Dr. Mark Del Mastro organized and directed the 12th Annual Informative Session of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, along with the following reception for chapter delegates, members and guests.

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