ORGANIZER

2022

ORGANIZED by bi/Coa

CO-ORGANIZING INSTITUTIONS

Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society

FIDAL Foundation for the Integration and Development of Latin America

COORDINATORS

Inés Mónica Sarmiento-Archer / Leonor Taiano Campoverde

BI/COA HISPANO-AMERICAN RESEARCH TEAM

HE. Rosalía Arteaga, President of FIDAL Foundation, Member of the Editorial Board of the Encyclopedia Britannica, Member of the Board of Directors of the Library of Alexandria in Egypt, Honorary Member of the Royal Academy of Doctors of Europe, and Former President of Ecuador

Mark P. Del Mastro, Executive Director, Sigma Delta Pi, National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, Associate Provost for Curriculum and Academic Administration, Professor of Hispanic Studies, College of Charleston, S.C., Member of the North American Academy of the Spanish Language

Marie-Lise Gazarian, Vice-President for the Northeast, Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society; Editor, “Entre Rascacielos,” Journal of Creative Writing, Director of the Graduate Program in Spanish at St. John's University, Recipient of The Civil Order of Alfonso X el Sabio by the King of Spain. Recipient of the Government of Chile the Order of Merit “Gabriela Mistral

Inés Mónica Sarmiento-Archer, Director of bi/Coa: Intercultural / Community Base of the Americas, Adjunct Professor, Languages and Literature, Adelphi University / St.John's University, New York

Vicente Alcaraz García, Doctor in Economic and Business Sciences from the University of Alicante, Spain

Raysa Amador, Professor and Chair of the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Adelphi University, New York

Pascal Mongne, Art historian, affiliate institutions: Ecole du Louvre (Palais du Louvre, Paris); "Archéologie des Amériques"- ArchAm (Cnrs-Université Paris I); Comité francés para el Corpus Antiquitatum Americanensium (Union Académique Internationale); Gemeso (Grupo de estudios mesoamericanos, EPHS, París)

Leonor Taiano, program in Spanish for the University of Notre Dame. Ph.D. Humanities and Sociology-Spanish Literature and Culture. University of Tromsø (Norway)

Santiago García Álvarez, Universidad Central of Ecuador, Ph.D. International economy and development, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Juan Mezzich, Director at the Division of Psychiatric Epidemiology and International Center for Mental Health at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York University

Benita Sampedro Vizcaya, Professor of Spanish Colonial Studies in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at Hofstra University; she is also Associate Director of the Center for “Race,” Culture and Social Justice and Co-Director of the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program at Hofstra

Ignacio Ramonet, Director of Le Monde Diplomatique, France

Myriam de Arteni, Senior Conservator for Exhibitions, The New York Public Library, Barbara Goldsmith Preservation Division

Gerard Xuriguera, Art Critic, Paris, France

Carlos García Álvarez de Arcaya, Radio content manager, CADENA SER, Alicante, España

Olga Castillo Costa, Founder of Nurse School of Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja, Ecuador; Advisory member of the Health Area for Latin America at the 2nd World Conference of Universities

Nicolás Toscano: Coordinator of undergraduate Program in Spanish at St. John's University, Member of the North American Academy of the Spanish Language

Ramón Abajo, President of the Vellum Page Study of Calligraphy and Illuminated Books, Spain

David Sarmiento-Castillo, Archéologies et Sciences de l'Antiquité ArScAn-CNRS, Paris, France

Wladimir Chavez Vaca: Faculty of Business, Languages and Social Sciences, Høgskolen Østfold

Claudia Paola Cartuche Flores, Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja, Research Professor and Director of The Academic Journal "Se Acabó la Tinta" of the Department of Architecture and Art.


General Topics:

ART / MUSIC

ART / ARCHEOLOGY

HEALTH / MEDICINE

HISTORY / ECONOMY

PRESS / SOCIAL MEDIA

MEDIA IN THE DIGITAL AGE

HUMAN RIGHTS / MIGRATION

LITERATURE / MEDIEVAL / GOLDEN AGE / COLONIAL STUDIES

LITERATURE FROM CONTEMPORARY SPAIN AND LATIN-AMERICAN

SIGMA DELTA PI, THE NATIONAL COLLEGIATE HISPANIC HONOR SOCIETY


To acquire the conference proceedings, please contact: iarcher@adelphi.edu

In collaboration with:

Instituto Cervantes

The New York Public Library

Permanent Mission of Ecuador to the United Nations

Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Adelphi University

Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, Hofstra University

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