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“A Room” at FAAPI 2010

Posted by Mariel Amez on July 10, 2010

Next September,  “A Room of One’s Own” will present a number of options at the FAAPI Conference in Cordoba.

As we had announced, the central event will be the Panel Perspectives on Postcolonial Literature. The Academic Committee has already accepted the three proposals  submitted: Cecilia Acquarone ( “Bernardine Evaristo’s The Emperor Babe: a postmodern novel in verse.”), Maria Jose Buteler: “Unaccustomed Earth: striking roots in new lands” and Florencia Perduca (“Anita Desai’s The Village by the Sea: Trapped between Two discourses or Inhabiting a Third Place?”)

 In addition, there will be two papers, which have also been accepted by the Academic Committee: “Evaluating and E-valuating in the College Literature Class: a many sided task” (Ibáñez-Lothringer) and  “From learner to prosumer: interactions between art and literature from a connectivist perspective” (Amez).

 If you haven’t yet made up your mind about attending, remember there is a special offer for parties of five teachers enrolling together, which expires on July 20th.

 

Visit the ACPI site for more details.

 See Panel at FAAPI 2010 and Papers to be presented at FAAPI 2010 for abstracts and biodata of the presenters.

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