NeMLA 2021 Panel Attendance

I participated last Friday 12th of March, 2021, at the 52nd Annual Convention of the Northeast Modern Language Association, this time held online, with a presentation on how Fernanda Melchor’s use of multiple voices, times, and spaces in her novel Hurricane Season helps promote an understanding of crimes as systemic instead of as isolated events. It was a great chance to discuss the way we articulate diegetic time affects the political connotations of a literary work.

If you attended NeMLA too, the session with the rest of the fantastic panelists was recorded and will be available for 6 months at the venue’s platform.

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