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  • MARGINALIA: THE BORDERS OF THE BORDER (IASA VIII WORLD CONGRESS, JULY 19-21, 2017)

    ACADEMIC COMMITTEE

    HONORARY CHAIR: Thomas R. Mitchell, Texas A&M International University Manuel Broncano, Texas A&M International University, IASA President Giorgio Mariani, University "La Sapienza," Italy, IASA President (2011-2015) Djelal Kadir, IASA Founding President Paul Giles, IASA President (2005 - 2007) Jane Desmond, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IASA President (2007 - 2011) Patrick Imbert, University of Ottawa, Canada Manju Jaidka, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India Dongshin Yi, Seoul National University, Korea Martin Halliwell, University of Leicester, UK Ana Mauad, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil Ulfried Reichardt, University of Mannheim, Germany Markha Valenta, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands Pawel Jędrzejko, University of Silesia, Poland Zilà Bernd (University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil), IASA Vice-President Eui Young Kim (Inha University, South Korea), IASA Executive Director José Antonio Gurpegui (University of Alcalá, Spain), IASA Treasurer

    LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

    Manuel Broncano, Chair Deborah Blackwell Irma Cantú José Cardona-López Malena Charur John E. Dean Stephen Duffy Ula Klein Rosa María de Llano Agustín Martínez-Samos Jonathan Murphy Paul Niemeyer William Nolan Lola Orellano Norris Aarón Olivas

  • MARGINALIA: THE BORDERS OF THE BORDER (IASA VIII WORLD CONGRESS, JULY 19-21, 2017)

    ALL ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE STUDENT CENTER

    WEDNESDAY, JULY 19

    8:30 REGISTRATION (Reception Desk at Student Center main hall. Registration will continue during the three days of the conference) 9:30-11:00 PANEL 1.1

    I AM FROM … LIVING AT THE BORDERS Chair: Tonya Huber (Texas A&M International University, USA) Co-presenters (TAMIU): Elizabeth R. San Miguel Ilian Hernández Juárez Mayra L. Hernández Lorena P. Cestou Maricruz Flores Osvaldo García 9:30-11:00 PANEL 1.2

    BORDERS OF THE BODY, BORDERS OF THE SELF I Chair: William Nolen (Texas A&M International University, USA) Yomira Varela (Texas A&M International University, USA) “Race and Androgyny in Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom” Alice Balestrino (“Sapienza” University of Rome, Italy) “Placing Time, Timing Space. Memory As Border and Line of (Hi)Stories” William Nolen (TAMIU, USA) “The Marginalizing of the Individual in the 19th Century as Precursor for the 20th Century Masses” 9:30-11:00 PANEL 1.3

    TRANSATLANTIC/TRANSPACIFIC CROSSINGS

  • MARGINALIA: THE BORDERS OF THE BORDER (IASA VIII WORLD CONGRESS, JULY 19-21, 2017)

    Chair: Tess Chakkalakal (Texas A&M International University, USA) Michele Russo (“G. d’Annunzio” University of Pescara, Italy) “Cultural Harbouring in Nabokov’s Biography: Mapping Literary and Linguistic Geography” Jinah Kim (California State University at Northrige, USA) “Unruly Dead Across the TransPacific” Rui Kohiyama (Tokyo Woman's Christian University, Japan) “The Mixing of Blood between the United States and Japan: ‘Eurasians’ in the Pacific Context” 11.00-11:15 COFFEE BREAK 11:15-11:45 OFFICIAL INAUGURATION OF THE 8TH IASA WORLD CONGRESS Thomas R. Mitchell (Provost and VP for Academic Affairs, TAMIU), Minita Ramírez (VP for Student Success, TAMIU), Claudia San Miguel (Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, TAMIU), Stephen E. Duffy (Chair, Department of Humanities, TAMIU) 11:45-12:30 Chair: Giorgio Mariani, former IASA President

    Manuel Broncano, IASA President IASA Presidential Address

    Giorgio Mariani

    Emory Elliot Award Ceremony

    (Prize subsidized by Tramitaciones Group Forwarding) 12:30-13:30 PLENARY LECTURE I Chair: Irma Cantú (Texas A&M International University, USA)

    Alberto Moreiras

    “Testimonio and Protopolitics: Notes on the Illegal Condition”

  • MARGINALIA: THE BORDERS OF THE BORDER (IASA VIII WORLD CONGRESS, JULY 19-21, 2017)

    13:30-15:00

    LUNCH

    (Student Center Food Court open)

    15:00-17:00 PANEL 1.4

    FROM MARGINALIZED BORDER TO INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE: COMPREHENDING CHECKPOINTS THROUGH THARP’S FUNNEL—NO LONGER LIVING IN LIMBO

    Chair: Tonya Huber (TAMIU) Co-presenters (TAMIU): Elizabeth R. San Miguel Lorena Cestou Mayra L. Hernández 15:00-17:00 PANEL 1.5 MUNDOS ENCONTRADOS, MUNDOS TRADUCIDOS Chair: Irma Cantú (Texas A&M International University) Perla Ábrego (University of Texas at Permian Basin) “El indiano: una mirada transatlántica a la frontera México-Estados Unidos en Tormento de Benito Pérez Galdós” Jaime Cano (University of Houston) “Primera llamada, cambio de reglamento en la cancha y el universo: El papel femenino en la obra Guapa de Caridad Svich” Irma Cantú (TAMIU) “Marketing Malinche: Manipulación de las distintas traducciones de Malinche (2006) de Laura Esquivel” María Jesús Castro Dopacio (Escuela Oficial de Idiomas, Vivero, Lugo, Spain) “La creatividad reivindicativa de Raquel Valle Sentíes, Santa Barraza y Carmen Lomas Garza” Juan Gonzalez Etxeberria (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain) “Las fronteras del silencio” 15:00-17:00 PANEL 1.6

    “ENTRE GUADALUPE Y MALINCHE:” TEJANA WRITERS TALK LITERATURE ON THE BORDER Chair: Norma E. Cantú (Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, USA)

  • MARGINALIA: THE BORDERS OF THE BORDER (IASA VIII WORLD CONGRESS, JULY 19-21, 2017)

    Co-Pesenters: Carmen Tafolla (University of Texas at San Antonio, USA) Raquel Senties, Writer Anel Flores, Writer Santa Barraza, Artist, (Texas A&M, Kingsville) Norma Cantú (Trinity University, USA) 18:30-21:30 LIVING THE BORDER: A CONVERSATION

    Chair: Manuel Broncano (IASA President) Alejandro Pérez Jr. (Mayor Pro Tempore, City of Laredo), Carolina Zaragoza Flores (Consul General of

    México in Laredo), Enrique Rivas Cuéllar (Mayor, City of Nuevo Laredo), Minita Ramírez (Vice President for Student Success, TAMIU), Marissa Guerrero-Longoria (Dean of College Readiness, LCC), Margarita Flores (IBC representative), Oliva Varela (Director of the Laredo Development Foundation)

    Event hosted by IBC Bank

    IBC Annex Building, 2416 Jacaman Road, Laredo, 78043

    Dinner and beverages will be served. RSVP to Conference organizers. Ticket required. (Confirm your attendance and get your free ticket at the Reception Desk.)

  • MARGINALIA: THE BORDERS OF THE BORDER (IASA VIII WORLD CONGRESS, JULY 19-21, 2017)

    THURSDAY, JULY 20 8:30 REGISTRATION (Reception Desk at Student Center main hall) 9:00-10:30 PANEL 2.1 Chair: Tonya Huber (TAMIU)

    (PART I OF PANEL 2.1) INQUIRIES INTO LITERACY LEARNING AND INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCY

    IN A WORLD OF BORDER TENSIONS Co-presenters (TAMIU): Philip S. Roberson Alexandra Reyes Elizabeth R. Sanmiguel

    (PART II OF PANEL 2.1) BORDER TEACHER STORIES: THE EMERGENCE OF BILINGUAL EDUCATION IN SOUTH TEXAS

    THROUGH 2017

    Philip S. Roberson (TAMIU) 9:00-10:30 PANEL 2.2

    BORDERS OF THE BODY, BORDERS OF THE SELF, BORDERS OF THE MIND II Chair: Jane Desmond (University of [email protected], USA) Saniye Bilge Cetintas (Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey) “Borders of the Mind, the Body, and the Frame: Isis Rodríguez and the Masked Woman Series” Pilar Martínez Benedí—University of Rome “La Sapienza” “Invisible Walls. Disability, Diversity, and the Mobile Margins of “Normalcy’” Jane Desmond (University of [email protected], USA) “The Medical Clinic as Trans-species Border Zone in a More-than-Human-World” María de los Ángeles Flores (The University of Texas at El Paso) and Lourdes Cardenas (New Mexico State University) “Teresa Mendoza Empowers Women in La Reina del Sur through Observational Learning”

  • MARGINALIA: THE BORDERS OF THE BORDER (IASA VIII WORLD CONGRESS, JULY 19-21, 2017)

    9:00-10:30 PANEL 2.3

    WALLS: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE (I) Chair: Virginia R. Domínguez (University of Illino[email protected], USA) Discussant: Gyorgy Toth (University of Sterling, Scotland) Virginia R. Domínguez “Walls and Their Implications” Giorgio Mariani (University of Rome “La Sapienza,” Italy) “Romans Walls: Then and Now (as seen from a Roman Americanist”) Alejandro Lugo (Arizona State University, USA) “Of Wall Building as an Imperial Impulse: The Care of the Political Self” Amalia Sa’ar (Haifa University, Israel) “Fencing In and Out: Israel's Separation Wall and the Whitewashing of State Violence” 10:30-10:45 COFFEE BREAK 10:45-12:15 PANEL 2.4

    WALLS: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE (II) Chair: Virginia R. Domínguez (University of [email protected], USA) Discussant: György Tóth (University of Stirling, Scotland) Jasmin Habib (University of Waterloo, Canada) “Walls that Build Bridges: On Representing Political and Cultural Histories of Displacement and Belonging” Sangjun Jeon (Seoul National University, South Korea) “’Mending Wall’: the DMZ, Han, and Consequences of Mending” Gabriela Vargas-Cetina and Steffan Igor Ayora-Diaz (Autonomous University of Yucatan,