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会议名称:  San Antonio College 14th Annual Multicultural Conference The Body Uncovered: Det
会议时间:  2008-04-22
会议地点:  San Antonio, Texas, United States
会议主题:  We invite papers and presentations analyzing the body ?manipulated, dominated, spun, (un) dressed, possessed, imaged, represented, censored, honored and defiled. We invite faculty, administrators, and staff to participate.

14th Annual Multicultural Conference

The Body Uncovered: Determining the Core

6:00-6:45 p.m. McAllister Auditorium

Music by Terry Muska and the San Antonio College Guitar Ensemble


Introduction of Conference Topic & Unveiling of Journal, Voices:

Moumin Quazi, Tarleton State University

Reading :

Closing Remarks:

Mike Burton, San Antonio College

Wednesday, April 23

(All sessions are held in the Visual Arts and Technology Center Room 120, unless otherwise noted.)

Continental Breakfast 8:00-9:00 a.m.

The Body Uncovered and Black Representation 9:00-9:50 a.m.

Jayne King, Northwest Vista College

“Save the Last Dance for America: Inner City Bodies on the Edge”

Narcel Gerard Reedus, University of Texas at Arlington

“Ezekiel’s Dream: The State of Hyper-reality Where the Falsely Accused and the ‘Criminalblackman’ are Digital Artifacts that Inhabit the Same Dream”

The Body Uncovered and Literature 10:00-10:50 a.m.

Michele Bottalico, University of Salerno , Italy

“The Sentimental Language of Bodies in Two American Seduction Novels”

Chuck Taylor, Texas A & M University, College Station

“Love’s Body in Dagoberto Gilb”

The Body Uncovered and Literary Theory 11:00-11:50 a.m.

Erin Ranft, The University of Texas at San Antonio

“Venus is Young and Thin: Science Fiction as an Agent for Discussion of the Body”

Moumin Quazi, Tarleton State University

“The Diasporic Body and the Malady of Interpretation: An Examination of Jhumpa Lahiri’s Interpreter of Maladies

The Body Uncovered and Psychology 12:00-12:50 p.m.

Morris Lampert, San Antonio, Texas

An Evening of Literary Selections 6:30-9:00 p.m.

Ellie Leonhardt, University of North Texas

“The Stories of the Body in Contact Improvisation”

Shiela Sanchez-Hatch, San Antonio College

Carol Reposa, San Antonio College

Purvi Shah, Marymount Manhattan College


Thursday, April 24

The Body Uncovered and Self-Image 9:25-10:40 a.m.

Jennifer Brown,

“Attitudes about Menstruation”

Gilbert Polanco, Palo Alto College

“Complex? What Complex?”

Jim West, St. Philip’s College

“Mirror, Mirror on the Wall . . .”

The Body Uncovered in Anthropology 10:50 a.m.-12:05 p.m.

Arch Mayfield, Wayland Baptist University

“Pigment of the Imagination”

Mario Marcel Salas, Northwest Vista College

“Mestizaje: The De-Africanization and De-Indianization Process in Mexican Society with the

Colonialist Heritage”

David Redles, Cuyahoga Community College, Western Campus


Luncheon 12:15-1:45 p.m.

La Fonda on Main Reservation Required

2415 N. Main Ave (210) 733-0621

Introduction: Stephen Dingman, San Antonio College

Luncheon Speaker:

Purvi Shah, Marymount Manhattan College

Poet, Writer, Teacher and Executive Director of Sakhi for South Asian Women,

a community-based anti-domestic violence organization

Conference Committee:


Juanita Luna Lawhn, Coordinator, San Antonio College

Laurie López Coleman, San Antonio College

Stephen Dingman, San Antonio College

Mike Burton, San Antonio College

Juan Bruce-Novoa, University of California, Irvine

Judy Lampert, San Antonio College

Juan Rodriguez , Texas Lutheran University

John O'Keefe, San Antonio College

Moumin M. Quazi, Tarleton State University

主办单位:  Alamo Community Colleges/San Antonio College English Departement
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