“Monstrous travesty: Performing Queer Knowledge in Cuerpos para odiar (2015).” XXXIV International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, New York, May 27-30, 2016.
Plenary Roundtable: “From La bella Otero to Hija de Perra: A Century Latin American Queer Self-Narratives.” Plenary Roundtable, “Traducciones y epistemes cuir: trayectos y desvíos desde América Latina.” 23rd Annual Lavender Languages and Linguistics Conference, American University, February 12-14, 2016.
Invited Lecture: “Writing Queer Sisterhood: The Diaries of Julia and Delfina Bunge and the Argentine fin de siglo (1890-1910).”University of California, Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz, November 6, 2015.
Keynote Address: “Trace, Blood, and Native Authenticity.” California State University, Monterey Bay. Native American Heritage Month, November 5, 2015.
Invited Lecture: “Imagen de familia: Lazos de parentesco, perversidad y memoria en el fin de siglo argentino.” Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Viña del Mar. Viña del Mar, Chile, October 19, 2015.
Invited Lecture: “‘Usted no es hombre para esas cosas’: Masculinidad, negación y deseo en el fin de siglo argentino”. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Santiago, Chile, October 16, 2015.
Latin American Studies Association Annual Congress
May 21-24, 2014
Panel Organizer: Politics of Love, Sex and Gender in the Southern Cone I. Queer Narratives
Queer Places, Practices, and Lives
May 16-17, 2014
The Ohio State University
Panel: Intimate Administrations
Paper: “Sister Reading, Sister Writing: Diaries in the Argentine fin de siglo (1890-1910)”
American Comparative Literature Association Annual Meeting
March 20-23, 2014
New York University
Panel: La Capital: Narrating/Constructing Latin American Cities in Contexts
Paper: “Sisters in the City: Fin de siglo Buenos Aires through the Diaries of Julia and Delfina Bunge”
Community + Arts + Education
February 21, 2014
1:30 to 3:30 PM
Melville Library N-3060
Stony Brook University
This interactive workshop will discuss methods of artistic intervention and community engagement that have been employed by La Poderosa Media Project across Latin America and the United States over the past eight years. Workshop facilitators will emphasize the connection between arts programs and community-based pedagogies that can be applied to university curricula, nonprofit organizations, and social enterprises. Students, faculty, and staff are all welcome to attend.
SUNY Stony Brook University
Wednesday Oct 23, 1.00 pm to 2.10 pm
in LACC seminar room (Soc Behav Sciences N320)
New Faculty Colloquium (II)
Lori Flores (History)
“Fields of Division: The Relationships Between Mexicans and Mexican Americans in U.S. Agriculture, 1940-1970”.
Joseph Pierce (Hispanic Lang & Lit):
“Este niño de mala raza: Regulating Kinship in Carlos O. Bunge’s La novela de la sangre”
For more information: http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/lacc/events/calendar.html