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Ignacio Aguiló and Francesca Billiani

Ignacio Aguiló and Francesca Billiani

Verónica Córdova de la Rosa (Oxford Brookes U.) ‘Beyond the Modes of Violence of Representation‘

Verónica Córdova de la Rosa (Oxford Brookes U.)
‘Beyond the Modes of Violence Representation‘

Elisa T. Di Biase Castro (U. Complutense de Madrid) ‘Violence in Mexico City : Fiction, Caricature and Ironic Reality in Two Short Stories from José Emilio Pacheco and Juan Villoro’

Elisa T. Di Biase Castro (U. Complutense de Madrid)
‘Violence in Mexico City : Fiction, Caricature and Ironic Reality in Two Short Stories from José Emilio Pacheco and Juan Villoro’

Óscar Salgado Suárez (Birkbeck, U. London) ‘Coordinates of Violence in Roberto Bolaño’s 2666 Via Amalfitano’s Way’

Óscar Salgado Suárez (Birkbeck, U. London)
‘Coordinates of Violence in Roberto Bolaño’s 2666 Via Amalfitano’s Way’

PANEL 1 – Artistic and literary responses to violence in Mexico

PANEL 1 – Artistic and literary responses to violence in Mexico

PANEL 1 – Artistic and literary responses to violence in Mexico

PANEL 1 – Artistic and literary responses to violence in Mexico

Adriana Kiczkowski (UNED) ‘The futility of art in the face of global terrorism? A reading of Leaving the Atocha Station by Ben Lerner’

Adriana Kiczkowski (UNED)
‘The Futility of Art in the Face of Global Terrorism? A Reading of Leaving the Atocha Station by Ben Lerner’

Margarita Saona (U. Illinois) ‘Symbolizations of Violence and Vicarious Witnessing in the Aftermath of the Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Commission’

Margarita Saona (U. Illinois)
‘Symbolizations of Violence and Vicarious Witnessing in the Aftermath of the Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Commission’

Eugenio Enrique Cortés Ramírez (U. Castilla-La Mancha) ‘The Violence of Love: Towards an Ethics and Liberation Philosophy in Oscar Arnulfo Romero and Ignacio Ellacuría’

Eugenio Enrique Cortés Ramírez (U. Castilla-La Mancha)
‘The Violence of Love: Towards an Ethics and Liberation Philosophy in Oscar Arnulfo Romero and Ignacio Ellacuría’

Panel 2 - Representing Terrorism

Panel 2 – Representing Terrorism

Gustavo Carvajal (U. Manchester) 'Enter the Dragon': Nona Fernández's Fuenzalida and the (Re)Writing of Political Violence in Recent Postdictatorial Chilean Fiction’

Gustavo Carvajal (U. Manchester)
‘Enter the Dragon’: Nona Fernández’s Fuenzalida and the (Re)Writing of Political Violence in Recent Postdictatorial Chilean Fiction’

PANEL 3 – Post-dictatorial fiction of the Southern Cone 1

PANEL 3 – Post-dictatorial fiction of the Southern Cone 1

Rosa Wohlers (U. Kiel) ‘The Possibility of a Post-traumatic Subject: Ojo de luna, Yolanda Arroyo Pizarro’

Rosa Wohlers (U. Kiel)
‘The Possibility of a Post-traumatic Subject: Ojo de luna, Yolanda Arroyo Pizarro’

Ana Belén Estrada Gorrín (U. Granada) `Understanding the Challenge of Facing Violence Against the Other: The Literary Work of Esther Bendahan´

Ana Belén Estrada Gorrín (U. Granada)
`Understanding the Challenge of Facing Violence Against the Other: The Literary Work of Esther Bendahan´

PANEL 4 – Violences in the constitution of the subject

PANEL 4 – Violences in the constitution of the subject

Rubén Pérez-Hidalgo (U. Illinois) ‘Earning Death as a Means to an End in the Videla Years’

Rubén Pérez-Hidalgo (U. Illinois)
‘Earning Death as a Means to an End in the Videla Years’

David Conlon (NUI Maynooth) ‘“Una zona vagamente común”: Ethics, Alterity and Violence in Rodolfo Walsh’s “Esa mujer”’

David Conlon (NUI Maynooth)
‘“Una zona vagamente común”: Ethics, Alterity and Violence in Rodolfo Walsh’s “Esa mujer”’

Antonia Gama Da Costa (U. Manchester) ‘“The Way I See Today”: Realities, Fictions and Chains of Representation in Cidade de Deus’

Antonia Gama Da Costa (U. Manchester)
‘“The Way I See Today”: Realities, Fictions and Chains of Representation in Cidade de Deus’

Françoise Bouvet (U. Rennes 2) ‘Leopardo al sol de Laura Restrepo: ¿una legitimación de la violencia de la sociedad colombiana?’

Françoise Bouvet (U. Rennes 2)
‘Leopardo al sol de Laura Restrepo: ¿una legitimación de la violencia de la sociedad colombiana?’

PANEL 6 – Cartographies of social exclusion and drug trafficking

PANEL 6 – Cartographies of social exclusion and drug trafficking

Agustín Rico-Albero (U. Hertfordshire) ‘Representations of Violence in Contemporary Spanish War Films’

Agustín Rico-Albero (U. Hertfordshire)
‘Representations of Violence in Contemporary Spanish War Films’

Wine reception

Wine reception

Wine reception

Wine reception

Conference dinner

Conference dinner

Conference dinner

Conference dinner

Conference dinner

Conference dinner

Conference dinner

Conference dinner

Conference dinner

Conference dinner

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