Symposium Program

Special Note: Sessions, Plenary Panels, and Plenaries will take place at the Student Union Building on the UNM campus on Day One - Thursday February 25, 2010 and the National Hispanic Cultural Center on Day Two - Friday February 26, 2010. All introducers and moderators are from the University of New Mexico.

Conference Program Guide

Please be sure to obtain a program schedule upon arriving to the conference to note specific meeting rooms and any last-minute schedule changes.

DAY ONE: Thursday - February 25, 2010

Acoma Room in the Student Union Building - UNM Campus [ map link ]

8:30
Cafecito
9:00 - 10:15
Session I
Panel A - Hybridities and Mestizajes, I: Brazil
  • Moderated by Margo Milleret
  • Glênia Lima - “A derrota de Raimundo pelo mimetismo: uma análise de O Mulato de Aluísio Azevedo sob a ótica da teoria pós-colonialista de Homi K. Bhabha”
  • Daniela Meireles - “O mestiço brasileiro - efeitos sociais e pisicológicos da discriminação racial no Brasil”
  • Felipe P. Amaral - “A mestiçagem como obstáculo e superação no filme Antônia de Tata Amaral”
Panel B - The Sustenance of Hybridity:
Agriculture, Foodways and Cultural Consumption
  • Moderated by Benjamin Waddell
  • Tomás Martínez Saldaña - “Los Remedios, Olores Y Sabores Del Camino Real”
  • Estevan Arellano - “The Moorish Influence in New Mexico Agriculture”
  • Carlos LoPopolo - “Impact of the Spanish Horse on the World: A Historical Overview towards Testable Hypotheses”
10:30 - 12:00
Session II
Panel A - Living Identity: Real-Time Chicano Mestizaje
  • Moderated by Anna Nogar
  • Jaime Nicolopulos - “ ‘Los Tequileros’: Earliest Recording Sheds New Light on Paradigmatic Corrido of Border Conflict”
  • Aaron Salinger - “Corrido de Tomochic: Memory and Commemoration”
  • Ricardo Martinez - “Voices of the Community: The Documentation and Expropriation of Cultural Memory in Tejano Writing”
  • Julie Hempel - “Sirenas, Damas, Catrinas, y Mariachis: The Lotería of Mexican and Chicano Identities”
Panel B - Visiones contemporáneas del morismo y del españolismo:
Imagining Diasporic Morocco and Spain
  • Moderated by Alison Grochowski
  • Daniel Macías Fernández - “Cristianos, “moros” y judíos en el Marruecos español: identidades, estereotipos e interrelaciones”
  • Nora Marisa León-Real Méndez - “Opacidad y transparencia ideológicas en las novelas de la Guerra de áfrica: El blocao y Una guerra africana”
  • Ana Fernández - “La figura del moro y su relación con el sujeto femenino en Pasión de Moro de Margarita Astray Reguera y La desertora de Halma Angélico”
  • Sherean Farvardin - “Moorish Women in Spain: A study of social and cultural dichotomy in medieval and present day Spain”
12:00 - 1:30
Lonche
1:30 - 2:30
Plenary Session I
Welcome & Announcements
  • Introduction by Anthony J. Cárdenas
  • Enrique Lamadrid & Miguel Gandert - “Cristianos, Moros y Comanches: Alterity, Hybridity, and Identity in the Nuevo Mexicano Imagination”
  • Victor Manuel Solís Medina - “Los Chicahuales de Santiago Apóstol en Jesús María, Aguascalientes” (Una perspectiva estructural)
2:45 - 4:00
Session III
Panel A - Where Intersection Becomes Hybridity:
Aljamiado literature and Morisco Identity In Early Modern Spain
  • Moderated by Lourdes Saéz
  • J. David Jerez Gómez - “Literatura y clandestinidad: Contexto y difusión del bando de expulsión de los moriscos de Valencia de 1609”
  • María del Mar Rosa-Rodríguez - “ ‘Simulated Religiosities’: Aljamiado Literature and a Morisco Fatwa”
  • Donald W. Wood - “ ‘El me dira la verdad’: The Poema de Yúçuf as a Work of Morisco Didactic Literature”
Panel B - La religiosidad popular híbrida, actual y pasado,
en Mexico y entre la diaspora mexicana
4:15 - 5:15
Keynote 1
  • Introduction by Enrique Lamadrid
  • Anouar Majid - “Pure Selves/Impure Bodies”
6:00 - 7:00
Performance

DAY TWO: Friday - February 26, 2010

Domenici Education Center at the National Hispanic Cultural Center [ map link ]

8:30
Cafecito
Greetings
  • Estevan Rael Galvez - Director of the National Hispanic Cultural Center
9:00 - 10:30
Session IV
Panel A - Hybridities and Mestizajes, II: Perros, Moros, Moriscos
  • Moderated by José Domínguez
  • Jason Busic - “Orientalism in Pedro Guerra de Lorca’s ‘Catecheses mystagogicae pro aduenis ex secta Mahometana: Ad Parochos, & Potestates’ (1586): Culture, Theology, and Making the Familiar Strange”
  • John Beusterien - “ ‘El perro moro’: Dogs and the Emergence of Race Thinking”
  • Mary B. Quinn - “Muslim Absence as Literary Aperture: The Case of ‘Don Quijote’ ”
  • Elizabeth Teresa Howe - “El Amante Liberal: Who’s Who In The Eastern Mediterranean?”
Panel B - Identites in Resistance
  • Moderated by Pablo Paiz
  • Gerardo Aguilar Molinari - “Propuesta para una tectura de resistencia y práctica de ruptura en ‘Las aventuras mitológicas de los dioses guerreros Hunahpú e Ixbalanque’, segunda parte del Popol Vuh”
  • Doris Careaga-Coleman - “Frente al discurso del mestizaje en México: la cultura popular de los afroveracruznos como una forma de resistencia”
  • Stephanie Sánchez - “The Re-Invention and Performance of Hispano Identity through Foodways in San Rafael, New Mexico”
  • Julie Redekopp - “My El Mochito Sephardim: A New Mexican Author’s Journey”
10:45 - 12:15
Session V
Panel A - (Re)Enacting the (Re)Conquest
  • Moderated by Vanesa de Veritch
  • Andrés Latapí - “Moros y Cristianos en Valle de Bravo, Estado de Mexíco”
  • David F. García - “Comanche, Español, Graduate Student: An Autoethnography Account of a ‘Conquest Drama Practitioner’ in Northern New Mexico?”
  • Luís Urías Hermosillo - “ ‘El Reto’, A Moors and Christians play at Zacualpan, Morelos, México. Forms of social organization, sustentability and self-government in communities of ancient traditional Indian culture, as continued today”
  • Josie Espinoza de Luján - “Los Moros y Cristianos de Chimayó, Nuevo México”
Panel B - Exile and Diaspora: conversos, marranos, judíos
  • Moderated by Margo Milleret
  • Lucia Helena Costigan - “Under the Shadow of the Inquisition: New Christians on New Spain’s Northern Frontier”
  • Matthew Warshawsky - “Manuel Bautista Pérez and Francisco Maldonado de Silva: Two Paths of Crypto-Jewish Resistance to the Inquisition in Colonial Peru”
  • Héctor Contreras - “Exilio e identidad judía en Descubrimientos en México (1945) de Egon Erwin Kisch (Praga, 1885-1948)”
  • Héctor Torres - “Derridá and Marrano Culture”
12:15 - 2:30
Comida

Salón Ortega at the National Hispanic Cultural Center [ map link ]

2:30 - 3:45
Plenary Session II
Panel - Desire, Deviance, and Death in Early Modern Spain
  • Introduction by Alma Robles
  • Julio González-Ruiz - “Las amistades peligrosas de Enrique IV de Castilla: otredades no-cristianas, actos nefandos y panfletos literarios”
  • José Cartagena-Calderón - “El homoerotismo del martirio: San Sebastián y los arqueros musulmanes”
  • Sherry Velasco - “Morisca & Mestiza Lesbians in Early Modern Spain”
3:30 - 4:00
Cafecito
4:00 - 5:00
Keynote II
  • Introduction by Mary B. Quinn
  • Michelle Hamilton - “The Fall of Muslim Granada
    and the Expulsion of the Jews”
5:00 - 5:30
Closure / Reception

DAY THREE: Saturday - February 27, 2010

8:30
Departure from Albuquerque
10:00
Santa Fe Tour
2:00
Resolana / Majid