Franca Roibal Fernández and her students at the 2017 MACLAS

in Graduate Students, News, News Spring 2017, Undergraduate Students
March 30th, 2017

From left to right: Morgan Duffney, Franca Roibal Fernández, Skovran Cunningham, Edesiri Igbuya at 2017 MACLAS

From left to right: Morgan Duffney, Franca Roibal Fernández, Skovran Cunningham, Edesiri Igbuya at 2017 MACLAS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Doctoral graduate student Franca Roibal Fernández and three undergraduates who had studied “Spanish Through Film” (LS 308) with her–Morgan Duffney, Skovran Cunningham, and Edesiri Igbuya–gave papers at the 2017 Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies Conference (MACLAS) in Charlottesville, VA on March 24-25, 2017.

Franca Roibal Fernández presented, “Uruguayos campeones: el fútbol, la murga, y la identidad uruguaya en Adiós Momo”

Morgan Duffney (a Spanish and Linguistics major) presented, “La búsqueda de la justicia en El secreto de sus ojos, Infancia clandestina y También la lluvia

Skovran Cunningham (a English and Spanish major) presented, “El humor en Medianeras”.

Edesiri Igbuya (a Biology major, minor in Spanish) presented,  “El bien, el mal y las pretensiones de interacciones en las familias en Tanta agua, Infancia clandestina y Whisky

The Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies promotes interest in Latin America studies.  More information on the Conference can be found at www.maclas.org.