Our America? Past and Future of the New Latin American Fiction
The Department of World Languages at the University of South Florida welcomes you to the 2016 Our America? Past and Future of the New Latin American Fiction International Literature Colloquium on the USF main campus in Tampa, Florida. Taking after José Martí’s famous essay, Our America? Past and Future of the New Latin American Fiction is the first US-based gathering of both Latin American studies scholars as well as writers who were part of the literary groups McOndo and the Crack. The goal of the conference is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas about transatlantic connections, cultural migrations, new forms of communication, global literatures, and non-fixed identities as they pertain to new aesthetic trends.
October 20-21, 2016
Grace Allen Room, USF Library, Tampa Campus, Florida
Organizers of the conference are Dr. Pablo Brescia (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Oswaldo Estrada (email@example.com).
Please direct all inquiries regarding conference matters to Dr. Pablo Brescia (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Presented by the Department of World Languages, USF Office of Research and Innovation, USF World, Humanities Institute, Status of Latinos, USF Libraries, Graphicstudio and UC-Mexicanistas. A ResearchOne event.