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    Catherine Jaffe
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    The MLA Forum LLC 18th & 19th Century Spanish and Iberian will sponsor 2 sessions at the MLA Convention in Washington, D.C., 6-9 January 2022.

    THE “BLACK LEGEND” OF SPAIN IN 18TH /19TH C IBERIA
    The “Black Legend” of Spain: issues of victimization/self-critique, race, class, gender, historical memory, national identity, empire, religion, in 18th/19thC Spanish and Iberian literature and cultural production. Brief CV & 200-word abstract to cj10@txstate.edu.

    Deadline for submissions: Thursday, 18 March 2021
    Catherine Marie Jaffe, Texas State U (cj10@txstate.edu ) Yvonne Fuentes, U of West Georgia (yvonnefuentes@charter.net )

    Scientific Myth and Mythic Science in 18th-19thC Iberia
    Concepts of scientific practice, development, and knowledge in dialogue with, or opposition to, myth, folklore, superstition, magic, prophecy, and traditional belief/wisdom. Brief CV & 200-word abstracts.

    Deadline for submissions: Thursday, 18 March 2021
    Nicolás Fernández-Medina, Penn State U (nuf3@psu.edu )

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