Monday, 11 January, 8:30–9:45 a.m., Michigan B, Sheraton Chicago
Program arranged by the Division on Twentieth-Century Spanish Literature and the Division on Twentieth-Century Latin American Literature
Presiding: Hilda Chacón, Nazareth Coll. of Rochester; Susan Martin-Márquez, Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick
Speakers: Susana Draper, Princeton Univ.; Carolina Gainza, Universidad Diego Portales; Daniel Nemser, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Daniel Noemi Voionmaa, Northeastern Univ.; Luis I. Prádanos, Miami Univ., Oxford; Dierdra Reber, Emory Univ.
This roundtable will offer comparative analyses of new social movements that have emerged throughout Latin America and Spain in recent years and that seek to contest and find solutions to a wide range of vulnerabilities—in food, housing, and other forms of sustenance and economic security; in biology and the natural environment; and in the free circulation of knowledge and culture.
Latin American Literature
Spanish Literature – Twentieth and Twenty-First Century