Conferences

  • "Bye, bye to Area Studies, really? Neo-Wilsonianism for the 21st Century?: Assessing the Impact of US Foreign Policy in the Study of Culture (Humanities and the Social Sciences), Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London (May 18, 2010).
  • “Vicissitudes of Love near Inés de la Cruz’s Carta Atenagórica (1690): Reflections on Historicity and Foreignness in relation to the Hispanic Baroque,” Religion in the Hispanic Baroque: The First Atlantic Culture and its Legacy (The Foresight Centre, Liverpool, 12-14 May 2010).
  • "Do "Digital" and "Humanities" Go Well Together?: A Virilian Reflection," Exploring the Archive in the Digital Age, International PostGraduate Conference in the Arts and the Humanities," King's College, London (May 6-8, 2010).
  • "What should the Humanities (and also the Social Sciences) do regarding the Recent Revival of Woodrow Wilson? Stay Always in the Wings of the Bald Eagle?,” Faculty Talk Series 2009-2010, Oberlin College (March 3, 2010).
  • Oberlin College representative at the “Global Capitalisms: Old and New,” Midwest Faculty Seminar, The University of Chicago Center for Teaching and Learning (February 25-27, 2010).
  • “La Interpelación de la Historiografía Renacentista de Garcilaso de la Vega,“ at the Colonial Peru in Trans-Atlantic and Trans-Pacific Perspectives, A Year of the Humanities Colloquium Commemorating the 400th Anniversary of the Comentarios Reales de los Incas (1609), Department of Spanish & Portuguese, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Oct 28-29, 2009).
  • Collaboration in the Between Three Continents: Rethinking Equatorial Guinea on the 40th Anniversary of its Independence from Spain at Hofstra University (April 2-3, 2009).
  • Participation in the Teaching American History “Oral History Seminar,” Museum of the City of New York (February-May, 2008).
  • “Anti-Hispanism; Larger Frames,” Hispanisms on the Verge: a one-day symposium organized by Eduardo Subirats (King Juan Carlos Center, New York University, March 27, 2006).
  • “Avatars of Historical Reason in the Home of the Brave: the Case of Colonial Latin American Studies,” LASA Conference (San Juan, Puerto Rico, Spring 2006).
  • “Foreign Humanities in the Shadow of U.S. Foreign Relations: Rethinking Samuel Huntington’s Who are We?,” MLA Conference (Washington, December 2005).
  • “Epistemology of Mannerism: Peter de Kempeneer’s The Seven Virtues,” (Fellows Colloquium, John Carter Brown Library, Brown University, April 20, 2005).
  • “Of the Intelligence of History and Imperial Geopolitics: the Antijovio (1567) of Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada (1506-1579),” (Fellows Colloquium, John Carter Brown Library, Brown University, Dec. 1, 2004).
  • “Geopolítica, Geocultura e Hispanismo,” Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas. XV Congreso
  • “Of Foreign Sensibilities. Book of Interviews,” inside the Faculty Lecture Series at the Center for Latin American Studies, Stanford University (October 8, 2003).
  • “Of Mannerism and Historicity: The Antijovio by Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada” (Baroque and Neo-baroque Symposium, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Minnesota, September 21, 2003).
  • “Historicidad y Extranjería,” at the Eighth Annual Conference. La Crítica y el Arte en México. Escenarios: Diálogos entre las artes y la escritura (Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese, University of California, Irvine, May 24-5, 2002).
  • “About Historicity, Legality and Literature re: Francisco de Vitoria and James Brown Scott,” presented at the Colonial Studies Working Group (Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese, University of California, Berkeley, May 3, 2002).
  • "The Making of we in the pre-USA Americas," the McNeil Center's Conference "New World Orders: Violence, Sanction and Authority in the Early Modern Americas, 1500-1825" (Philadelphia, Oct. 19-20, 2001).
  • "Agonies of Historicity: 29 theses," and "The repressive culture in pre-USA Americas” (Washington, Sept. 6-8, Latin American Studies Association [LASA] 2001).
  • "Historicity, Legality, the pre-USA Americas, a few thoughts," the Faculty Talk Series, the University of California, Davis, School of Law (April 25, 2001).
  • "Law and Literature in the Hispanic Atlantic," at the "Reshaping the Americas: Narratives of Place" Conference, University of California, Irvine Humanities Research Institute (April 20-21, 2001).

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