Monday, February 22, 2016

Mextasy Invading University of Arizona, Tucson, for the "Annual Graduate and Professional Symposium on Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literature, Language and Culture" ‪#‎mextasy‬

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Just a quick posting to announce I will be in Tucson, the guest of some very cool graduate students and faculty, for the Annual Graduate and Professional Symposium on Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literature, Language and Culture. The conference runs February 25th and 26th with my keynote on Thursday the 25th!  I can't wait! The entire program is here!

A huge warm thank you y gracias to the Program Coordinators, Claudia Nazario and Andrea Herrera Dulcet. 

The program is entitled "Crossroad Talks: Culture, Identity, Language and Literature in Active Contact Zones" and will be held  February 25-27, 2016, at the Arizona Historical Society Museum, Tucson, Arizona.

Here are the details for the presentation:


Keynote speaker William Nericcio, San Diego State University, presents:
Toxic "Mexican" Digital Mannequins, 
Viral HisPANIC Stereotypes, and Contagious, Smartphone-borne Hate: 
Existential Conundrums for Latinas/os on the Brink of 21st Century Mextasy in the Age of the Digital Humanities                                 
Introduction by Dr. Melissa Fitch
(University of Arizona Campus, ILC 150) map to the ILC

5:45- 6:50pm on Thursday, February 25, 2016





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