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2011 FAAPI Conference

Posted by Mariel Amez on October 30, 2011

This post is long overdue, but we needed to share the activities of  “A Room of One’s Own” at the Tucumán FAAPI Conference.

The Conference itself was memorable, with top-notch speakers, an impressive venue and first-class hospitality.

On Friday September 23rd two papers were presented:   The prologues to Shakespeare’s plays. Do they “make all well”? by Prof. Raquel Lothringer

and Literature in Teacher Education: modelling e-competencies by Prof. Mariel Amez

 Saturday was time for the panel “Literature and Identity: diasporic literatures, exile, third cultures, border narratives”
Claudia Ferradas, Ph.D. lectured on The construction of self and other in Anglo-Argentine literature.  Details of her research can be found at her own website, The Anglo-Argentine Web.
Lic. María Cristina Llorente presented The Mad Woman Comes Out Of The Attic: A Tale Of Two Adaptations.

All these activities had a good turnout, and the enthusiastic participants shared in the ensuing discussions.

We are all very pleased that this fourth issue of  “A Room of One’s Own” has been so successful, which is ample encouragement for  Literature Studies to continue to feature in future FAAPI Conferences.

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