TAMIU Shares 10th Session of the Inter-university Literary Seminar on Spanish American Short Novel
The 10th session of the inter-university, international seminar, “Plural Writings: Theory and Praxis of the Short Novel,” will take place at Texas A&M International University’s (TAMIU) Western Hemispheric Trade Center (224), Friday, June 14, from 9-11 a.m.
This free inter-university seminar delves into the study of Spanish American short novels or nouvelles. It will transmit live in Spanish via video conference system from TAMIU.
Presenters and participants include scholars and students from, Sorbonne Université (Paris), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), and TAMIU.
Among the presenters of this session there will be two graduate MA students from TAMIU. Their names and presentation titles are Carmen García Arévalo, "La ambigüedad como técnica narrativa en Cuando entonces (1987) de Juan Carlos Onetti” and Ricardo Cueva, "Elementos teóricos de la nouvelle en El túnel (1954) de Ernesto Sábato.”
All seminar sessions are free and open to professors, University seniors, graduate students of Spanish and to those interested in this topic.
Dr. José Cardona-López, TAMIU Regents Professor of Spanish and Spanish American Literature, will spearhead the transmission from TAMIU. His colleagues and co-organizers from Paris and México City will join in virtually.
For more information, please contact Dr. Cardona-López at 326.2690, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit offices located in the Anthony J. and Georgia A. Pellegrino Hall, room 314F