1. Narrativa Latinoamericana I: Suenos y Memoria Chair: Linda Hollabaugh, Midwestern State University



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Wednesday. March 14


8:30-10:00
1. Narrativa Latinoamericana I: Suenos y Memoria

Chair: Linda Hollabaugh, Midwestern State University




  1. Susan Dennis, Blinn College, “Las milagrosas de Brianda Domecq, Carmen Boullosa y Luis Alberto Urrea: Tres aproximaciones a la identidad de la Santa”

  2. Linda Hollabaugh, Midwestern State University, “Otredad en La Otra Mano de Lepanto de Carmen Boullosa

  3. Pauline Warren, Houston Community College, “The New Old Worlds and the Old New Worlds in Carlos Fuentes’ Christopher Unborn

2. The art and National echoes of Jorge Ibargüengoitia

Chair: Frank White, Independent Scholar


  1. Frank White, Independent Scholar “The fact and fiction of López/Padre Hidalgo in Jorge Ibargüengoitia’s novel”

  2. Kay Sheriff, Independent Scholar, Ibargüengoitia’s “Children’s tales”

c) Mark T. Ebel, Chipola College, “Old World themes/New World Treatments in Amores Perros and The Three Burials of Melquíades Estrada
3. Populism, State Building, and Popular Movements

Chair: Robert Biles


a. Robert Biles, Sam Houston State University, “Ecuador: Popular Militancy but still Democracy for the Few?”

b. Amy L. Sellin, Fort Lewis College, “Venezuela’s Estado Liberal: Defining Education and Instruction in the Language of Positivism”

c. Carmina G. Quirarte, California State University, Fullerton, “Women’s Contribution to the 1968 Mexican Student Movement and Literature’s Representation of their Involvement”

Wend. 10:15-12:45


1. Mujeres y mitos (critica)

Chair: Debra D. Andrist, University of St. Thomas/Houston




  1. Debra D. Andrist, University of St. Thomas/Houston

  2. David Vasser, University of Virginia

  3. Omar Basabe, St. Thomas, Fredricton, New Brunswick, Canada

2. Estudios culturales: Comer y Hablar en la frontera

Chair: Mario Montaño, Colorado College


  1. Javier Villarreal, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, “La influencia del Inglés en la prensa mexicana fronteriza de Tamaulipas”

  2. Jesús Tafoya, Sul Ross State University, “En busca de la enchilada perfecta: Identidad y cultura a través de la comida fronteriza”

  3. Mario Montaño, Colorado College, “Texas-Mexican Border Region:

Folk Cookery, Ecosystems, and Material Conditions”
3. Comparative State Formation in Peru and Mexico

Chair: Ben Fallaw, Colby College

Discussant: Heather McCrea, Kansas State University


  1. Paul Gillingham, University of North Carolina-Wilmington, Sate Formation and the unimperial Presidency: qualifying the provincial power of the early PRI”

  2. David Nugent, Emory, “State of Presence, State of Absence: APRA and the Peruvian State in the Northern Andes”

  3. José Luís Renique, Lehman College, “Estado Costeño-País Andino: Perú Siglo XX

  4. Ben Fallaw, Colby College, “Anti-priests and Recalcitrant Catholics in Campeche and Yucatan: Conflicts and Accommodation in Southeastern México, 1930-1937”

e) Ben Smith, Michigan State University, “Lovers of Chaos and Enemies of Progress: Women, State Formation and the Provincial City in Oaxaca, 1940-1960”

Lunch 1:00-2:00

Official business lunch
Wed. 2:15-3:45 p.m.
1. Narrativa del siglo XIX y XX

Chair: Jesús L. Tafoya, Sul Ross State University




  1. Sara del Valle, BUAP, “En algún Valle de Lagrimas”

  2. Norma Mouton, The University of Houston, “Literatura de inmigración o literatura de Exilio?: Análisis de La Patria Perdida novela mexicana de Teodoro Torres”

  3. Lucía Pérez Bernardo, University of Dallas, La utopía en El Periquillo Sarmiento: Una propuesta ilustrada para la nación mexicana”

  4. Alejandro Cortazar, Louisiana State University, “Heroísmo trágico en la reivindicación moral en El Criollo de José Ramón Pacheco”

2. Current Studies.

Chair: Seth Garfield, University of Texas


  1. Seth Garfield, University of Texas, “A New American Frontier: The Brazilian Amazon During World War II”

b) Romelia Hurtado de Vivas, Eastern New Mexico University, Carta a los maestros que se atreven a ensenar”

c) Joseph Zavala, Southwestern University, “A World in Conflict: The Great Rebellion and the Formation of the Andean Elite in Late Colonial Peru”


3. Border Studies and SCOLAS memories.

Chair: Wendell Aycock, Texas Tech University


a) Lya Niño, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, “Un acercamiento a los procesos de empoderamiento de las mujeres indígenas imigrantes asentadas en Tijuana y San Quintín”

b) Enrique Priego Mendoza, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Water Issues along the U.S. Mexico Border”

c) Wendell Aycock, Texas Tech University, “Merida Once Again: Reflections about Past Meetings and Some of the People Who Have Enjoyed the Ambiance of SCOLAS

3:45-5:15


1. Ciencia y memoria, lenguaje

Chair: Ana Maria Del Gasso, Universidad Autonoma de Puebla




  1. Carlos M. Coria-Sánchez, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, “Influencia de Nervo en la ‘Un Señor con unas alas enormes’ de Gabriel García Márquez”

  2. Ana María Del Gesso Cabrera, Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, “El mundo fantástico de Francisco Tario”

  3. Jiyoung Yoon, University of North Texas, “A Semantic Study of the Spanish emotional verbs: Gustar vs. Amar”

2. Escritoras e inspiraciones (obra creativa)

Chair: Debra D. Andrist, University of St. Thomas/Houston


  1. Rose Mary Salum, Literal: Latin American Voices/University of St. Thomas/Houston

  2. Wendolyn Lozano, Independent Scholar

c) Aída Nadi Gambetta Chuk, BUAP, “Pasión biográfica e histográfica de Paco Ignacio Talibo II: Pancho Villa. Una biografia narrativa”
3. The US-México Border, Immigration and Nativist Identity

Chair: Mary H. Chipley, Austin Community College




  1. Geni Flores, Eastern New Mexico University, “Hispano American Attitudes and Mexican Immigration into New Mexico”

  2. Perry McWilliams and Terry Newton, St. Edwards University, “Alamonism: Texans’ and maybe some others’, “Civil” Religion

  3. Erin Graham, University of Houston, “Population’s Ramifications: Environmental Confrontations in Tamaulipas, México”

Thursday March 15


8:30-10:00
1. Estudios culturales, literarios y lingüísticos.

Chair: Iztel Ficharte, University of Houston




  1. Guadalupe Pérez-Anzaldo, University of Idaho, “Memoria y oralidad en la narrativa de Maria Luisa Góngora Pacheco”

  2. Iztel Richarte , University of Houston, “el uso del ‘yo’ en la escritura formal de hispanohablantes de herencia”

  3. Ramiro Rea, The University of Texas-Pan-American, “La cultura del caballo en las novelas fronterizas”

2. En torno a la narrativa latinoamericana

Chair: José Juan Colín, University of Oklahoma


  1. Brent Carbajal , Western Washington University, “No habrá más pena ni olvido de Osvaldo Soriano: violentas imagenes de un tango peronista”

  2. William Clary, University of the Osarks, “El autoritarismo y contrareaccion en dos novelas históricas en la Centroamérica contemporánea”

  3. José Juan Colín, University of Oklahoma, “ La expresión juvenil llegó y se quedó: ‘La Tumba de José Agustín como caso de estudio’”

3. Current Projects in indigenous Mesoamerica: Central México

Chair: Rachel Adler, College of New Jersey


  1. Stephen M. Perkins, Oklahoma State University, “Modeling the Mesoamerican State: A Comparison of Theories from Nahua Central México and the Maya South”

  2. John K. Chance and Barbara L. Stark, Arizona State University, “Strategies Employed in Imperial Provinces: Prehispanic and Colonial Perspectives in Mesoamerica”

  3. Michael T. Ducey, University of Colorado at Denver, “Frontiers of the Republica: Indigenous Communities and constitutional ayuntamientos in

Central Veracruz during the Federal Republic”

Thursday: 10:15-11:45


1. Current Projects in indigenous Mesoamerica: Southern Mesoamerica

Chair: Stephen M. Perkins, Oklahoma State University




  1. Garrett Cook, Baylor University, “Representing a Highland Maya World Within a Neo-Liberal World”

  2. Debra H. Rodman, Randolph-Macon College, “Truth, Memory, and Human Rights: Genocidal Denial in Eastern Guatemala”

  3. Rachel Adler, College of New Jersey, “Yucatecans in Dallas, Texas: What’s New in the New South”

d) Andrew J. Gordon, University of Houston, “Ethnic re-identification and the Maya of Western Belize”

2. México: Foreign Threats and Domestic Conflicts

Chair: Harry P. Hewitt, Midwestern State University


  1. Douglas W. Richmond, University of Texas at Arlington, “Choques sociales en Yucatán en la época de los liberales y el Segundo Imperio, 1855-1867”

b) Paul Hart, Texas State University, “Sugar and the Economic Origins of the Zapatista Revolution in Morelos”

c) Jamie Christy, University of Houston, “Mexican Oil, American Interest, and the Revolution of 1910”


3. Cultura Popular

Chair: J. Vitelio Contreras, Eastern New Mexico University




  1. J. Vitelio Contreras, Eastern New Mexico University. “El valeroso, el pequeño Indiano: Cortez the killer… ‘Pared Blanca, Papel de necios’”

  2. César Ferreira, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, “Elementos de Cultura Popular en Los Cachorros de Mario Vargas Llosa”

c) Lee Daniel, Texas Christian University, La escenificación del corrido”

12:00-1:00 Lunch

Thursday March 12, 1:15-4:00 p.m.
1. Escritura Femenina Autobiográfica

Chair: Raquel Gutiérrez Estupiñán, BUAP,




  1. Maria Velasco Marín, BUAP, “La parodia de la representación autobiográfica en De un salto descabalga la reina de Carmen Boullosa”

  2. Clemencia corte Velasco, BUAP, “El discurso autobiográfico en Memoria de la melancolía de María Teresa León”

  3. Virginia Hernández Enríquez , BUAP, “Inventar Ciudades: Una novela de Madurez”

  4. Raquel Gutiérrez Estupiñán, BUAP, “Autobiografía y referencialidad Tiempo de Llorar de María Luisa Elío”

2. Prosa Escrita por mujeres en Latinoamérica

Chair: Nuri L. Creager, Oklahoma State University


  1. Pierina Beckman, University of North Texas, “ Las heroínas en las novelas de María Amparo Escandón”

  2. Catalina Aguilar, Fort Lewis College, “The historical, metaphorical and biographical analysis of Rosario Ferre’s novel House on the Lagoon

  3. Nuri L. Creager, Oklahoma State University, “`…hacia el infinito por la línea horizontal`: La (geo) grafía del alma americana en Quiromancia de la Pampa de Victoria Ocampo”

  4. Linda McManness, Baylor University, “Paying Debts: Post Modern Women in Guadalupe Loaeza’s Debo luego existo

3. Education and the Mexican State

Chair: Estela Munguía Escamilla, BUAP


  1. Estela Munguía Escamilla, BUAP, “Intento fallido por reformar la legislación educativa porfiriana de Puebla durante el periodo revolucionario”

  2. Blanca Estela Santibáñez Tijerina, BUAP, La enseñanza elemental y sus espacios educativos en Tlaxcala durante el porfiriato”

  3. María del Carmen Santibáñez Tijerina, BUAP, “Comprensión de textos literarios: Un proceso educacional a partir de la experiencia del Colegio de Lingüística y Literatura Hispánica en la BUAP”

  4. Gloria Tirado Villegas, BUAP, “Las mujeres en los años cincuenta de la universidad al ejercicio de la profesión”

e) Yolanda Bache Cortes, Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, “A La Juventud Estudiosa De Mexico: Propuesta Educativa De El Ranacimiento (1869) Periodico Literio De Ignacio Manuel Altamirano Y Gonzalo A. Esteva”

f) Luz Marina Morales, BUAP, Historias de familias, historias de poder. Su estudio en Puebla


4:00-piano recital. “Mexican Music: From Within and Without.” Music from Carlos Chavez and Aaron Copland. Dr. Justin Badgerow/ Professor of Music/ Sul Ross State University

Friday March 16.


8:30-10:15
1. Joaquín Bestard, Yucatán’s principal prose writer

Chair: Robert Morris, Lander University




  1. Daniel Torres, Ohio University, “La idea de Beyhualé”

  2. Margaret Shrimpton, Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, “Buscando Yucatán en la narrativa de Joaquín Bestard”

  3. Julia Whitsitt, Lander University, “Joaquín Bestard’s growing up stories”

d) Robert Morris, Lander University, “Joaquín Bestard y su retrato del maya-yucateco actual
2. Narrativa III

Chair: Mary Ayala, Eastern New Mexico University




  1. Guillermo Valencia Serna, Tennessee State University, “La Voluntad de globalizarse o la destrucción de la solidaridad en Los Vigilantes

  2. Hilde M. Votaw, University of Oklahoma, “El rebozo de Doña Felipa en Los Ríos Profundos

  3. Mary Ayala, Eastern New Mexico University, “Voz e imagen Representaciones del héroe maya, Jacinto Canek”

3. Current Yucatecan Mayan Studies

Chair: Andrew Gordon, University of Houston
a) Alfonso Lopez, University of Houston, “Indigenous Visions and Ancestral Rites in the Construction of Mayan Identity: the Continuity of Mayan Consciousness among Yucatan’s Traditional Pueblos”

b) Carminia Martinez, University of Houston, “The Return of the Sacred: Millenarianism, prophecy and Rituals in the Construction of Mayan Identity in the Yucatan”

c) Terry Rugeley, University of Oklahoma, “From Caste War to Colonia Militar: The Community of Peto and the Evolution of the Porfirian State”

Friday: 10:30-12:00


1. Studies in Precolumbian and Colonial México

Chair: Joan Supplee, Baylor University




  1. Norma García Leos, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, “Reflexiones para el desarrollo de una nueva relación sociedad medio ambiente y su impacto en el bienestar de la población de Mexicali, B.C. y, encaja en la mesa de Estudios Fronterizos”

  2. Jongsoo Lee, University of North Texas “Colonial Ideology and Indigenous Past in the Chronicles of Spanish Missionaries”

c) Carly Sheffield, University of Tulsa, “Spanish Settlers and Nomadic Tribes in Zacatecas
2. Narrativa IV.

Chair: Samuel Monder, University of North Carolina


a) Samuel Monder, Ni liricos ni epicos. Marti y la filosofia moderna” University of North Carolina

b) Alberto Rojo, “Borges y la Ciencia” Oakland University

c) Demetrio Anzaldo-Gonzalez, Eastern New México University “Llanto, proyectada metamorfosis de la memoria mexicana”
3. Simbolos y Poesia en la literatura Iberoamericana

Chair: Jesus Tafoya, Sul Ross State University


a) Liz Ann Baez Aguilar, San Anotnio College, “Exploring the Influences of Identity in the Poetry of Julia Alvarez, pat Mora, and Alberto Rios through the lens of Gee’s Narrative Analysis”

b) Diana Pardo, University of Central Oklahoma, “Identity in Reconstruction”



c) Enrique Jimenez, “Simbolos y personajes e Sonata de Estio y La nina Chole”
12:00-2:00 Lunch


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