223. "Spanglish" and Identity within and outside the Classroom
Sunday, 4 January, 10:15–11:30 a.m., 206, Hynes
Program arranged by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese
Presiding: Domnita Dumitrescu, California State Univ., Los Angeles
1. "Becoming Bilingual, Becoming Ourselves: Archival Memories of Spanglish in Early Californian Epistolary Texts," Robert Train, Sonoma State Univ.
2. "Gloria Anzaldúa's Discourse as a Mestiza and Queer Writer," Jorgelina Fidia Corbatta, Wayne State Univ.
3. "'Who soy yo?': The Creative Use of Spanglish to Express a Hybrid Identity in Chicano/a Heritage Language Learners of Spanish," Ana Sánchez-Muñoz, California State Univ., Northridge
4. "'¿Por qué leemos esto en la clase de español?': The Politics of Teaching Literature in Spanglish," Regan Postma, Albertson Coll. of Idaho
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