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THE DEPARTMENT OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES & LITERATURES celebrates the Hispanic Heritage Month with the October

THE DEPARTMENT OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES & LITERATURES

celebrates the Hispanic Heritage Month with the

October 28-29, 2011
October 28-29, 2011

More information on the website: www.wix.com/snzekmi/arguedas/

information on the website : www.wix.com/snzekmi/arguedas/ 8:30 - 9:00 Connelly Center Lounge Registration, coffee,

8:30 - 9:00

Connelly Center Lounge Registration, coffee, pastry

9:00 10:30

Bryn Mawr Room

Moderator: María Gladys Vallieres , Villanova University
Moderator: María Gladys Vallieres , Villanova University

Moderator: María Gladys Vallieres, Villanova University

Intertextulidad en El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo Blanca Aranda, University of Oregon

La muerte del autor. Barthes y Arguedas Zachary Hayes, Villanova University

Genette, Arguedas, y los zorros: una aproximación paratextual Nasser Meerkhan, Villanova University

Diálogo de zorros, entre la oralidad y escritura en El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo Ericka Herbias, State University of New York at Stony Brook

9:00 10:30

Haverford Room

Moderator: Carlos Trujillo , Villanova University

Moderator: Carlos Trujillo, Villanova University

Moderator: Carlos Trujillo , Villanova University

A Millennial Palimpsest: Musical Quechua Poetry in the works of José María Arguedas Rebecca Carte, Georgia State University

Listening to the River’s Song: Reflections on Music and Sound in Arguedas’ Deep Rivers. Kevin Ryan, Villanova University

La sonoridad de la naturaleza y la fuerza del huayno: Las voces de abajo en Los ríos profundos. Ángel Díaz, Temple University

José María Arguedas, un escritor de las aguas Alex Salinas Arandia, Erskine College

9:00 10:30

Rosemont Room

Erskine College 9:00 – 10:30 Rosemont Room Moderator: Adriana Merino , Villanova University Puente
Erskine College 9:00 – 10:30 Rosemont Room Moderator: Adriana Merino , Villanova University Puente

Moderator: Adriana Merino, Villanova University

Puente sobre el mundo. La renovación espiritual de Ernesto en Los ríos profundos Jésica Bonelli Guantay, Villanova University

"Padrecito, no me ensucie" la representación del catolicismo en Los ríos profundos Gabriela Bornancini, Villanova University

Los ríos profundos: una aproximación bajtiniana María José Calzado Saavedra, Villanova University

El internado: punto de encuentro entre Mario Vargas Llosa y José María Arguedas David Franco, Villanova University

10:30 11:00

Coffee break

11:00 -12:00

Connelly Center Cinema

Opening Remarks: Mercedes Juliá, Chair, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures

Opening Remarks: Mercedes Juliá, Chair, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures

12:00 2:30

Falvey Library

hosted by Joseph Lucia , Director, Falvey Library Rev. Kail C. Ellis, OSA , Vice

hosted by Joseph Lucia, Director, Falvey Library

Rev. Kail C. Ellis, OSA, Vice President for Academic Affairs greets the participants

2:30 4:00

Cinema

Affairs greets the participants 2:30 – 4:00 Cinema Moderator: Silvia Nagy-Zekmi, Villanova University
Affairs greets the participants 2:30 – 4:00 Cinema Moderator: Silvia Nagy-Zekmi, Villanova University

Moderator: Silvia Nagy-Zekmi, Villanova University Participants: Sergio R. Franco, Temple University; Fernando Rivera Díaz, Tulane University; Ulises Zevallos Aguilar, Ohio State University Adele Lindenmeyr, Dean of Graduate Studies greets the participants

4:00- 5:30

Bryn Mawr room

Moderator: Carlos Yushimito, Brown University
Moderator: Carlos Yushimito, Brown University

Moderator: Carlos Yushimito, Brown University

El huayno en la ciudad: la música andina como modelo cultural en El Sexto. Jorge Coronado, Northwestern University

La guitarra de Cámac como símbolo del fracaso en El Sexto. Jack Martínez, University of Connecticut

Músicos, indios/andinos, nómadas, migrantes, mitimaes, transulturadoes conquistando al ciber y otros espacios. Carlos Mamani, Gannon University

La historia de la violencia y la violencia de la historia: la influencia de la literatura colonial en la literatura indigenista actual Marie Elise Escalante, University of Pennsylvania

4:00-5:30

Haverford room

University of Pennsylvania 4:00-5:30 Haverford room Moderator : Joseph Robertson, Villanova University
University of Pennsylvania 4:00-5:30 Haverford room Moderator : Joseph Robertson, Villanova University

Moderator: Joseph Robertson, Villanova University

Mestizaje: Promise or Compromise? Priscilla Archibald, Roosevelt University

Todas las sangres: Arguedas y la construcción de la identidad híbrida peruana. Perla Gamboa, Pacific Lutheran University

Desencuentros entre un zorro de arriba y un zorro de abajo: José María Arguedas y Sebastián Salazar Bondy Jaime Vargas Luna, University of Wisconsin

Chaos and Beyond: El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo. Lynn Walford, Louisana State University

5:30-6:00 Coffee break 6:00-7:00 Cinema Jean Ann Linney, Dean of the College of Arts and
5:30-6:00
Coffee break
6:00-7:00
Cinema
Jean Ann Linney, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences greets the participants
7:00-8:00
hosted by Silvia Nagy-Zekmi
8:30 - 9:00
Connelly Center Lounge
Registration, coffee, pastry
9-10:30
Bryn Mawr room
Moderator: Roger Santiváñez, Rutgers University
El espectáculo quechua como texto bilingüe en Los ríos profundos.
Julio Noriega, Knox College
“Camina el autor” Felipe Guamán Poma de Ayala y “Ukhun riq maykuna kaypipas maypipas”: una lectura
multifocal de Los ríos profundos.
Fredy Roncalla, Editor, Blog Hawansuyo
Breve introducción a la poesía de José María Arguedas en base a tres poemas emblemáticos.
Roger Santiváñez, Rutgers University
Clorinda Matto de Turner y José María Arguedas.
Edgar Zárate, Public Education, Ithaca, NY.
9-10:30
Haverford room
Moderator: Christian Formoso, State University of New York at Stony Brook
Arguedas y Vargas Llosa: la torre de Babel.
Ricardo Gutiérrez Mouat, Emory University
La recepción de José María Arguedas en los Andes bolivianos
Elizabeth Monasterios, University of Pittsburgh
José María Arguedas y Violeta Parra
Juan Armando Epple, University of Oregon
The Solitude of Masculinity in José María Arguedas’ Works
John Landreau, The College of New Jersey
10:30 – 10:45
Break
11:00-12:30
Cinema
of New Jersey 10:30 – 10:45 Break 11:00-12:30 Cinema Moderator: Julio Noriega , Knox College Participants
of New Jersey 10:30 – 10:45 Break 11:00-12:30 Cinema Moderator: Julio Noriega , Knox College Participants

Moderator: Julio Noriega, Knox College Participants: Maureen Ahern, Ohio State University, Gladys Ilarregui, University of Delaware; Consuelo Hernández, American University, Alita Kelley, Penn State University Lowell Gustafson, Associate Dean for Humanities and Social Sciences will greet the participants

12:30 3:00

East Lounge, Dougherty Hall

East Lounge, Dougherty Hall Introducing the keynote speaker: Luis Chang Boldrini, Embassy of Peru.
East Lounge, Dougherty Hall Introducing the keynote speaker: Luis Chang Boldrini, Embassy of Peru.

Introducing the keynote speaker: Luis Chang Boldrini, Embassy of Peru.

3:00 5:00

Cinema

presented by director, Mitchell Teplitsky

presented by director, Mitchell Teplitsky

presented by director, Mitchell Teplitsky

5:00 6:30

President’s Lounge

Teplitsky 5:00 – 6:30 President’s Lounge hosted by the Embassy of Peru. Satya Pattnayak, Director

hosted by the Embassy of Peru. Satya Pattnayak, Director of Latin American Studies, greets the participants.

Director of Latin American Studies, greets the participants. Our heartfelt thanks go to our Bookstore College

Our heartfelt thanks go to our

greets the participants. Our heartfelt thanks go to our Bookstore College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Bookstore College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Concentration in Writing and Rhetorics Program Cultural Studies Program Department of English Falvey Library Institute of Global and Interdisciplinary Studies Honors Program Latin American Studies Program Office of Graduate Studies Office of International Studies Office for the Mission and Ministry Office of Multicultural Affairs Office of Student Development Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs Spanish Club

of the Vice President for Academic Affairs Spanish Club Ms. Mari Blacker Arguedas offered her sculpture,

Ms. Mari Blacker Arguedas offered her sculpture, Yawar FiestaEmbassy of Peru AlDía Spanish Language Newspaper

” Embassy of Peru AlDía Spanish Language Newspaper to Mercedes Juliá , the Chair and the

to Mercedes Juliá, the Chair and the colleagues of the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures for their unwavering support, to Joanne Quinn and Gina McFadden of Falvey Library, Louise Griffin and Scott Nolan of Connelly Center, to Bonnie Marinelli and Kawang Shockley of the Catering service, to Vince Perkins of the Bookstore, to Brian Sirak of the Center for Instructional Technologies, to Anne-Marie Joyce and Toni Cicala of the Department of Romance Language and Literatures, and the graduate students of the Hispanic Studies Program for their generous help, especially to Jésica Bonelli Guantay, Ana Gabriela Bornancini, María José Calzado Saavedra, Javier Carrasco Valenzuela, Lori Compton, David Franco, Zachary Hayes, Nasser Meerkhan, Stephanie Mitchell, Rosemary Moroney, Paula Plastic.