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655. Women's Fears and Fear of Women in Pre-1800 Iberia and the Americas

Saturday, 11 January, 5:15–6:30 p.m., Huron, Sheraton Chicago

Program arranged by GEMELA: Grupo de Estudios sobre la Mujer en España y las Américas (pre-1800)

Presiding: Dana C. Bultman, Univ. of Georgia

1. "'El miedo las mata': El afecto del miedo y el temor desde la voz femenina de la nueva filosofía," Beatriz Cruz, Universidad del Turabo

2. "Invoking the Earth Monster: Tlatelolcan Women in the Face of Conquest," Leisa Kauffmann, Wayne State Univ.

3. "Acting-Out Fear? From Vulnerability to Valor in Zayas and Caro," Catherine M. Connor, Univ. of Vermont

4. "'Et tu, Zayas?': La inocencia castigada and the Grotesque Maternal," Mindy Badia, Indiana Univ. Southeast

For abstracts, visit www.gemela.org/.


Subjects:

  • Spanish Literature – General

  • Spanish Literature – Before 1700

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