Professor Michael A. Gómez’s study “Traces of ‘Hard’ Science in Selections from Tirso Aguimana de Veca’s Una temporada en el más bello de los planetas” has been accepted for publication in the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies.
Professor Joseph Weyers’ study “Beer, hot dogs, and politics: The vocative function of Medellín’s voseo” has been accepted for publication in the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies.
A review of Professor Raúl Carrillo Arciniega’s book La mitografía del poeta: filosofía de la sensación poética (2015) has been published in the refereed journal Chasqui: http://chasquirll.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/REVIEWS-may17_EDITED.pdf.
Professor Nadia Avendaño’s study “The Road to Healing, Pilgrimage and the Vietnam War in Let Their Spirits Dance” will appear in the fall 2018 issue of the refereed journal Confluencia.
Professor Sarah E. Owens’ peer-reviewed book chapter “Transoceanic Religious” has been published in The Routledge Research Companion to Early Modern Spanish Women Writers, an edition by Nieves Baranda Leturio and Anne J. Cruz.
Professor Edward Chauca presented his research in two different conferences in summer 2017:
- “Perú al pie del orbe: Re-appropriating Science and Technology in Novels by César Vallejo and Clemente Palma” at the American Comparative Literature Association’s 2017 Annual Meeting at Utrecht University, Netherlands. July, 6-9, 2017.
- “La distopía del sujeto moderno: racionalidad, materialidad y afecto en Travesía de extramares.” Latin American Studies Association Annual Congress inLima, Perú. April 29-May 1, 2017.
Professor Vicki Garrett presented her research at two different conferences during the summer of 2017:
- “The Body and the Popular: Performing Politics in Argentine Popular Theater” at the Latin American Studies Association Annual Congress in Lima, Peru, on April 29, 2017.
- “Trauma and Coming of Age in Alonzo Ruizpalcios’s Güeros” at the American Comparative Literature Association in Utrecht, Netherlands, on July 7, 2017.
Professor Ricard Viñas-de-Puig’s book chapter “Psych predicates, light verbs, and Phase Theory: On the implications of Case assignment to the Experiencer in non-leísta experience predicates” has been published in Contemporary advances in theoretical and applied Spanish linguistic variation, edited by Juan J. Colomina-Almiñana and published by Ohio State University Press.
Professor Sara Owens’ annotated bibliography “Women Writers of the Iberian Empire” has been accepted for publication in Oxford Bibliographies in Renaissance and Reformation.