The University of Chicago April 15

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The University of Chicago April 15
El Sueño de Cristóbal Colón,© Salvador Dalí, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, ARS,
2011 In the USA, © Salvador Dali Museum Inc., St. Petersburg, FL 2011
“Political Dreams and Nightmares in Iberian and Latin American Literatures”
The University of Chicago
April 15-16, 2011
CONFERENCE PROGRAM
This event is co-sponsored by
The Department of Romance Languages and Literatures;
The Franke Institute for the Humanities;
The Division of the Humanities;
The Department of History;
The Department of Comparative Literature;
The Center for Race, Politics and Culture;
The Center for Latin American Studies;
The Center for International Studies;
The Norman Wait Harris Fund;
The University of Chicago Student Government.
Friday, April 15
8:30-9:00
Continental Breakfast and Registration (Franke Institute: all events will
take place at the Franke Institute unless otherwise noted)*
9:00-9:30
Opening Remarks
Jenna Leving, President, Spanish Graduate Students Committee,
University of Chicago
Ryan Giles, Adviser to the Spanish Graduate Students Committee,
University of Chicago
9:30-10:45
Panel 1: Performance and Archive: The Nightmare of Pinochet in
Chilean Cultural Production
Panel chair: Kelly Austin, Assistant Professor of Latin American
Literature, University of Chicago
9:30-9:50
“Sade in Roberto Bolaño’s work: A hurricane of evil”
Federico Fridman, Cornell University
9:50-10:10
“An Alternative Model for the Archive: Performative Memorialization in
the work of Diamela Eltit”
Megan Corbin, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
10:10-10:30
“‘Mi nombre: Akira Kurosawa’: la performance del otro en Sueños para
Kurosawa de Raúl Zurita”
Anthony Morales Jr., Montclair State University
10:30-10:45
Discussion
9:30-11:05
Panel 2: Revisiting Medieval and Early Modern Nightmares
(**Regenstein Library Room 522)
Panel chair: Ryan Giles, Assistant Professor of Spanish Literature,
University of Chicago
9:30-9:50
“A Flame in the Darkness: Political Invective and Healing in the Dezir a
las siete virtudes”
Mark Aquilano, University of Arizona
9:50-10:10
“Hell Dorado: La inversión distópica de Werner Herzog y Aguirre: La
cólera de dios”
Timothy F. Johnson, University of California, Davis
10:10-10:30
“St. Dominguito de Val of Zaragoza-The Transference of Ritual Murder in
Modern Catholic Spain”
Rieko Tadenuma, Kyoto University, Japan
10:30-10:50
“El Bárbaro y el animal en los discursos del imperialismo español del
siglo XVI”
Alexander Menaker, University of Chicago
10:50-11:05
Discussion
11:05-11:15
Break
11:15-12:30
Panel 3: Pesadillas del pasado: reconciliando el pasado en la narrativa
de la transición
Panel chair: Ana Corbalán, Assistant Professor, University of
Alabama
11:15-11:35
“Contra los fantasmas de la Guerra Civil: El lápiz del carpintero como
lugar de memoria”
Shelly Hines-Brooks, University of Alabama
11:35-11:55
“Una figura de mil voces: la representación colectiva de la mujer
encarcelada a través de la estructura fragmentada”
Betsy Brooks, University of Alabama
11:55-12:15 “Los mitos franquistas y su desmitificación en Los girasoles ciegos de
Alberto Méndez”
Brianne Kobeck, University of Alabama
12:15-12:30
Discussion
11:15-12:30
Panel 4: Revolución en el Perú: genealogía de un sueño (**Regenstein
Library Room 522)
Panel chair: Juan Camilo Acevedo, PhD Student, University of
Chicago
11:15-11:35
“Por el Sendero Luminoso de José Carlo Mariátegui: Sueños de
Revolución”
René Carrasco, University of Texas at Austin
11:35-11:55
“La interdicción política de la historia en la narrativa peruana de dos
etapas post revolucionarias”
Cristine Tamayo, University of Texas at Austin
11:55-12:15
“Sueños de emancipación en la crítica anarquista de Manuel González
Prada”
Giulianna Zambrano, University of Texas at Austin
12:15-12:30
Discussion
12:30-1:30
Lunch
1:30-2:45
Panel 5: Reading Ekphrastic Dreams and Nightmares
Panel chair: Frederick A. De Armas, Andrew W. Mellon Professor in
the Humanities, Spanish Literature and Comparative Literature,
University of Chicago
1:30-1:50
“Quevedo y Velázquez: el caso de los ékfrases de Cómo ha de ser el
privado”
Victoria Grefer, University of Chicago
1:50-2:10
“Los Desastres de la Guerra de Goya o las pesadillas de la razón
ilustrada”
Mayra Bottaro, University of California, Berkeley
2:10-2:30
“El Greco’s Dream of Phillip II and San Juan de la Cruz’s Andalusian
Nightmare: The Theological Body and Worldly Politics in Golden Age
Spain circa 1580”
Eric C. Graf
2:30-2:45
Discussion
1:30-2:45
Panel 6: Rewriting, Re-inscribing, and Remembering (Counter)
Histories (**Regenstein Library Room 522)
Panel chair: Jesús Botello, PhD Candidate, University of Chicago
1:30-1:50
“La luz de la retrospección: niveles meta-teatrales en Corona de sombra
de Rodolfo Usigli”
Harrison Meadows, Auburn University
1:50-2:10
“Performing Inclusion and Disillusion in Argentine Popular Theater
(1890-1916)”
Victoria Garrett, University of California, Los Angeles
2:10-2:30
“¿Reivindicación del conde Julián o reafirmación de los valores
tradicionalistas españoles?”
Rose Phillips, University of California, Irvine
2:30-2:45
Discussion
2:45-3:00
Break
3:00-4:15
Panel 7: Dreams of Power, Nightmares of Corruption: Violence and
Marginalization in Latin American Literature
Panel chair:
Olivia Núñez Hackman, PhD Student, University of Chicago
3:00-3:20
“La función y estética de la violencia en Pedro Páramo de Juan Rulfo”
Cecily Raynor, Georgetown University
3:20-3:40
“Who haunts my nightmare? The Colombian sicario in contemprary
literature”
Anna Marin, University of Texas at Austin
3:40-4:00
“Sueños y pesadillas en el sicariato en Colombia en relación con la novela
Rosario Tijeras de Jorge Franco”
Luis Carlos Flórez-Ortega, Universidad del Cauca, Colombia
4:00-4:15
Discussion
3:00-4:15
Panel 8: Sex Dreams?: cuestiones de género en la literatura hispánica
(**Regenstein Library Room 522)
Panel chair:
Traci Dybdahl, PhD Student, University of Chicago
3:00-3:20
“María sacrificada y resucitada”
Irene Domingo, Washington University in St. Louis
3:20-3:40
“El desafío a la dicotomía mujer caída vs. ángel del hogar del discurso
conservador en Doña Berta de Clarín”
Antonio José Couso-Liañez, University of Oregon
3:40-4:00
“La negra Angustias: rupturas de una soldadera mulata a la
heteronormatividad de ‘lo mexicano’”
Manuel R. Cuellar, University of California, Berkeley
4:00-4:15
Discussion
End of Day 1
Saturday, April 16
8:30-9:00
Breakfast
9:00-10:35
Panel 9: Subaltern perspectives: Reimagining Race and National
Identity
Panel chair: Dain Borges, Associate Professor of History, University of
Chicago
9:00-9:20
“¿Dónde están los negros? - Cuestiones raciales en Ingermina o la hija de
Calamar, de Juan José Nieto”
Camilo Jaramillo, University of California, Berkeley
9:20-9:40
“El Montero: Rural Banditry and the Nightmares of Colonial Hispaniola”
Diego Ubiera, University of California, San Diego
9:40-10:00
“La incorporación del proyecto (proto)nacionalista de Avellaneda en Sab
en el liberalismo español decimonónico”
Sabina Carp, University of Oregon
10:00-10:20
“Mestizaje Re-visited: A New Perspective on Mexican Identity from the
Novel Duerme by Carmen Boullosa”
Chantelle Hug, University of Calgary
10:20-10:35
Discussion
10:35-10:45
Break
9:00-10:35
Panel 10: New Cases of Alternative Political Spaces
(**Regenstein Library Room 522)
Panel chair: Dana Gordon Dombrowski, Ph.D. Student, University of
Chicago
9:00-9:20
“Carlos Monsiváis, cronista y pícaro”
Robert Stone, United States Naval Academy
9:20-9:40
“Eating Dis/orders: The Alimentary American Dream in La guaracha del
Macho Camacho”
Elizabeth Huard, Florida State University
9:40-10:00
“Locura y violencia en Delirio de Laura Restrepo”
Isaac García-Guerrero, Michigan State University
10:00-10:20
“Observando la realidad latinoamericana desde el cuarto de los niños: El
libro de mis Primos (Cristina Peri Rossi) y Casa de Campo (José
Donoso)”
María José Navia, Georgetown University
10:20-10:35
Discussion
10:45-12:00
Panel 11: Remembrance and Disillusion: The Spanish Civil War and
Posguerra
Panel chair: Mario Santana, Associate Professor of Spanish
Literature, University of Chicago
10:45-11:05
“La búsqueda para un héroe: dos narrativas humanizadas de Javier
Cercas”
Michael Burriss, University of Georgia
11:05-11:25
“El viaje sin retorno: España en la poética de Antonio Machado antes y
durante la guerra civil”
Nelson Danilo León, University of Missouri-Columbia
11:25-11:45
“Cela, Asturias y la novela de la dictadura”
Katie Lyle, Boston College
11:45-12:00 Discussion
10:45-12:00
Panel 12: Dreams of the Nation: National Identity Discourses in Latin
America (**Regenstein Library Room 522)
Panel chair: Alfredo Cesar Melo, Assistant Professor of LusoBrazilian Literature, University of Chicago
10:45-11:05
“Atlacatl: A Fabricated Prince of the Fabricated Land and Nation Building
in El Salvador”
Fernando A. Moreira
11:05-11:25
“The Amazon Imagined: À margem da História by Euclides da Cunha”
Cinthya Torres Nuñez, Harvard University
11:25-11:45
“El proyecto nacional en la novela Juan de la Rosa, su ausencia y
posibilidad Otra”
Manuel Modesto, University of Michigan
11:45-12:00
Discussion
12:00-1:00
Lunch
1:00-2:15
Panel 13: Reporting Mexican Nightmares: The Press and The Novel
Panel chair: Heather Allen, PhD Candidate, University of Chicago
1:00-1:20
“Opposition Journalism as Locura in Porfirian Era Narrative”
Kevin M. Anzzolin, University of Chicago
1:20-1:40
“La paz de los sepulcros: Jorge Volpi’s Mexican Political Dystopia”
Kyle James Matthews, Brown University
1:40-2:00
“1857 y la no invasión mexicana: El papel del ‘costumbrismo’”
José Antonio Losada Montero, City University of New York
2:00-2:15
Discussion
2:15-2:30
Break
2:30-3:45
Panel 14: Textual Politics in 20th Century Cuba
Panel chair: Jenna Leving, PhD Student, University of Chicago
2:30-2:50
“Entre lo sagrado y lo abyecto: La Estrella afrocubana de Tres tristes
tigres de Guillermo Cabrera Infante”
Diana Aramburu, University of Chicago
2:50-3:10
“Cecilia and Cecilia: Betrayal for Artistic Creation in Reinaldo Arenas’ La
loma del ángel”
Olivia Núñez Hackman, University of Chicago
3:10-3:30
“Janus in the Revolution: Cuban Literature of the Angolan War”
Lanie Millar, University of Texas at Austin
3:30-3:45
3:45-4:30
Discussion
Break
4:30-6:00
Keynote Address
“La isla desierta: 1938-1958”
Arcadio Díaz-Quiñones,
Emory L. Ford Professor of Spanish, Princeton
University
Presented by Agnes Lugo-Ortiz,
Associate Professor,
Department of Romance Languages and Literatures,
The University of Chicago
6:00
Closing Reception
The McCormick Tribune Lounge
in The Reynolds Club ***