Eighteenth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities - Virtual Conference

  • 2020 Special Focus: Transcultural Humanities in a Global World
  • 1-3 July 2020
  • Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Venice, Ita;y

2020 Special Focus - Transcultural Humanities in a Global World

Interconnectivity is defined as the state or quality of being connected together: it often involves sets of cause-and-effect interconnections that operate between and within peoples and places. By definition, inter connectivity crosses and challenges physical or abstract boundaries: it emphasises that no object of study can be viewed in isolation as local events can have global outcomes. This holds with any types of research object, including language contact and migration, cultural crossings and flows, historical events, scientific and technological frontiers, and environmental issues.

While interconnectivity has always taken place in human history, we now live in times of unprecedented, fast-paced networks and connections, with complex and unpredictable feedback loops. How does interconnectivity cut across, challenge, and transform the perception of boundaries, be them national borders, language barriers, local policies, environmental laws? The special focus of the 2020 International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities seeks to explore the transcultural dimension of interconnectivity in all aspects of humanities. The conference invites to look at local issues in a global perspective, and how cause-and-effect relationships cross scale from the local to the global and from the global to the local.

Welcome Address and Plenary Session

Welcome Address

José-Luis Ortega, Associate Professor, University of Granada, Granada, Spain

Anna Morbiato, Assistant Professor, Department of Asian and North African studies, Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Italy

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Plenary Sessions

Threatening Languages. Can Linguists Contribute to a Better World?

Umberto Ansaldo, Head of School, Professor of Linguistics, The University of Sydney, Australia

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Reclaiming our Humanity in the age of AI

Luc Steels, ICREA Research Professor, Institute for Evolutionary Biology (UPF/CSIC), Barcelona, Spain

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Venice, the Waters, the Plagues: Reimagining the City in Times of Crisis

Shaul Bassi, Professor, University of Venice Ca' Foscari, Venice, Italy

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Feature Sessions

Plenary Discussion (Spanish)

Asunción López-Varela, Associate Professor and Deputy Head of the Department of English Studies, Universidad Complutense Madrid, Spain

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Live Zoom: July 3 - 17:00 Madrid, Spain

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Feature Session / Ponencia temática: Marcella Simoni

Connecting Baghdadi Jews: The Jewish Press between India and China

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Emerging Scholar Awardees

For each conference, a small number of Emerging Scholar Awards re given to outstanding graduate students and emerging scholars who have an active academic interest in the conference area. The Award, with its accompanying responsibilities provides a strong professional development opportunity for early career academics. The 2020 Emerging Scholar Awardees are listed below.

  • Alba García Martínez, University of Barcelona, Spain
  • Annie Jansen, Penn State Brandywine, United States
  • Atefeh Salemi, Islamic Azad University, Boroujerd Branch, Iran
  • Daniel Chukwuemeka, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Jenna Walmer, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, United States
  • Paul Venzo, Deakin University, Australia
  • Rafael "Raffy" I. Santo, University of Asia and the Pacific, Philippines
  • Giselle Bahamondes Quezada, Universidad Católica del Maule, Chile
  • Héctor R. Castrillón Costa, Universidad de Texas, Estados Unidos
  • Javier Zúñiga Crespo, Universidad de La Rioja, España
  • Jesús Fernández-Caro, Universidad de Cádiz, España
  • Roberto Jiménez Gómez, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México
  • Catalina Cheng Lin, Universidad de Granada, España

Virtual Presentations

Virtual Presentations are grouped by general themes. Please click the blue buttons below to view and comment. Each presenter's formal, written paper will be available to participants if accepted to the journal collection.


Virtual Presentations
2020 Special Focus: Transcultural Humanities in a Global World
Towards a Test of Cultural Misappropriation

Kevin Nute, Assistant Professor, Architecture, University of Hawaii, Manoa, Hawaii, United States


Is Principled Nonviolence Possible in the 21st Century?

Anna Hamling, Associate Professor, Culture and Media Studies, UNB


Lost Voices Now Heard: Women, Literature, and Memoir

Janet Crosier, Springfield Technical Community College, United States


Historical Minstrelsy, Double Identities, and Social Masks in Transcultural Settings: Insights from the Nathan “Nate” Harrison Historical Archaeology Project in San Diego, California

Seth Malilos, Professor and University History Curator, Anthropology, San Diego State University, United States


Local Research with Global Consequences: Transcultural Practice-based Research

Agata Lulkowska, Lecturer in Film Production, Dept. of Screen and Sound, Staffordhire University, United Kingdom


Transculturalism and Queer Culture in Devdutt Pattanaik’s “Shikhandi”

Bornali Nath Dowerah, Assistant Professor, Manohari Devi Kanoi Girls’ College, Dibrugarh, Assam, India


Appropriation and Conversation in the Art of Music: Synergy and Struggle between Honoring and Claiming Artifacts in Music

Paul Laprade, Professor, Music Department Chair, Department of Music and Performing Arts, University of St. Francis, Illinois, United States


Sex in the City: Eastern and Western Conceptions of the “Human” in a Classical Work of Modern Vietnamese Reportage

Richard Quang-Anh Tran, Professor, Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Italy


Civic, Political, and Community Studies
Playing Socio-political Games

Alba Garcia Martinez, PhD Researcher, Design and Visual Art, University of Barcelona, Spain


Rwanda's Post-Genocide Transitional Justice

Jenna Marie Walmer, Student, Holocaust and Genocide Studies/ Psychology, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, United States


Cultivating a Climate for Paradigm Shift: Be a Catalyst for Change - Not an Antagonist

Joe Perez, Senior Systems Analyst / Team Lead, Information Technology, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, North Carolina, United States


Indigenous Perceptions on Tourism Solutions for Climate Change Adaptation in Highly Impacted Areas: Protection of Traditional Heritage in Remote Communities

Jill Huinder, Consular Officer, Consular Affairs, Belgium Consulate New York, New York, United States

Pavlina Latkova, Associate Professor, Recreation, Parks, Tourism & Holistic Health, San Francisco State University, California, United States


Women, Urban Violence, and Public Space in the Metropolitan Area of Puebla-TLaxcala, Mexico

Anne Kristiina Kurjenoja, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico


Communications and Linguistic Studies
Urban Experience, Place, and Identity in Rio Doce/CDU

Maria Helena Braga e Vaz Costa, Professor, Arts Department, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte - UFRN, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil


Edward Larrabee Barnes and the Quest for Originating Forms

Kirstin L. Ellsworth, Assistant Professor of Art History, Art and Design, California State University Dominguez Hills, California, United States


Participants, Exam Results, and Linguistic Study of the Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi Carried out in Granada and Malaga during the Last 10 Years

Chiara Uliana, PhD Candidate, University of Granada, Spain


The Importance of Linguistic Literacy in English as a Foreign Language Instruction

Karla Fonseca Sanchez, Professor, Foreign Languages, Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica, San José, Costa Rica

Jacqueline Araya Ríos, Professor, Foreign Language Department, Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica, San José, Costa Rica


Identifying Design and its Cross Cultural Effect on Humanity: Breaking Down and Exploring Design Barriers to Create Unison

Natalie Tyree, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design, Department of Art, Western Kentucky University, United States

Shannon McCarthy, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design, Eastern Kentucky University, United States


Critical Cultural Studies
Christ in the Suburbs

Stuart Frolick, California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), United States

Carla Figueroa, Graphic Designer


Digital Humanities in Practice

Margherita Berti, PhD Student, University of Arizona, United States


The Interdisciplinary Dynamics of Post-Phenomenology and Transmedia Storytelling within a Context of Digital Media Design

Randa Aljohani, Assistant Professor, The Department of Computer and Information Sciences, Prince Sultan University, Saudi Arabia

Orchida Fayez Ismail, Director of Department, University Level English Department, Prince Sultan University, Saudi Arabia


Becoming Us: How Invisible Heritage Can Be The Story Of Our Awareness

Elisa Corro, Research Fellow, Department of Humanistic Studies, Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities (VeDPH), Italy


The Mariachi Protesta: United States Border Policies and Immigrant Autonomy

Cameo Flores, Teaching Assistant, Student, AV, Ethnomusicology, Arizona State University, Arizona, United States


Baudrillard's America in 2020: A Global Projection of Post-Orgiastic Capitalism

Frederic Conrod, Florida Atlantic University, United States


Humanities Education
Actions of Pedagogical Residence Program

Beatriz De Oliveira Lima, Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil

Rosana Aparecida Pimenta, Professora e Coordenadora Pedagógica do Curso de Dança, Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Brazil


Massive Open Online Courses Camps: Promoting Effective Blended Courses for Language Teachers' Development

Janaina Cardoso, Associate Professor, Anglo-Germanic Languages Dept; Linguistics Dept, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


European Research Council Funding Opportunities

Anne Mark Nielsen, European Commission, Belgium


Screening "Salò": Saftyism, Fragility, and Transgression in the University Classroom

Christopher Trogan, Professor, New York University - Gallatin School of Individualized Study, New York, United States


The Perils and Rewards of Teaching Short-Term Study Abroad Programs in the Age of Social Media

Ronald Weber, Associate Professor, History/Humanities, University of Texas at El Paso, Texas, United States

Rene Schlueter, Kirkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States

Scott Samuelson, Associate Professor, Kirkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids IA, United States

Margaret Musgrove, Associate Professor, University of Central Oklahoma, United States

Sarah Kyle, Associate Professor, University of Central Oklahoma, United States


Beyond Normative Participation Standards: How Can We Include Introverted Students in Our Classroom Dialogue?

Joana O'Steen, Graduate Student and Instructor, English, University of Hawaii, United States


Literary Humanities
Digital Literary Studies

Richard Změlík, Assistant Professor, Department of Czech Studies, Palacký University, Olomouc, Czech Republic


About the Writer’s Provisional Beliefs

Carla Luciane, Doctoral Student, Letters, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


Writing Semblance and Difference

Hala Ghoneim, Associate Professor, Languages & Literature, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Wisconsin, United States


Uplift Animals and the Limits of Animal Representation: A Case Study of Olaf Stapledon and Clifford D. Simak

Jesus Fernandez, Doctorando, Departamento de Filología Inglesa y Francesa, Universidad de Cádiz, Spain


Changing Ideation of Aesthetic Taste: Retelling Jane Austen in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2009)

Lobna Shaddad, Associate Professor, English Department, Assiut University, Egypt


Remapping the Castaway Novel: Spatial Adaptation and Identity Formation in Umberto Eco’s "The Island of the Day Before"

Susan Marais, Senior Lecturer, Languages / Academic Literacy, North West University, North-West, South Africa


The Dimension of Human Possibilities in Silas Marner

Ana Clara Birrento, Assistant Professor of English Literature, Department of Linguistics and Literatures, University of Evora, Alto Alentejo, Portugal


The Elderly Transhuman: Age, Immortality, and Rejuvenation in (Science) Fiction

Christian Perwein, Pre-Doc, Department of American Studies, Student of the University of Graz, Austria


A Tale becomes a Testimony: Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and The Testaments

Yoon Jung Cho, Ph.D Candidate, English Literature, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea

Il-Yeong Kim, Department of English Language & Literature, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea


Virtual Posters
The Right-based Republicanism as a Basis for Globalization

Aleksandar Savanović, Associate Professor, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Water as a Mirror Paradigm in Blanca Andreu’s Elphistone and her Poems in L’anno di Poesia 1990-1991 by Roberto Mussapi

Nancy Neininger Blain, McNeese State University, United States

Mind-body Learning and Transformation at Stellenbosch University

Elmarie Costandius, Associate Professor, Visual Arts, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

Noh Theatre as a Venue Where Mortality and Immortality Symbolically Interact

Yukihide Endo, Retired Teacher, English, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Japan

Colour Matters

Kay Li, York University, Canada

Christ in the Suburbs

Stuart Frolick, California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), United States

Carla Figueroa, Graphic Designer

Redefining the Human in Academic Literacies

Maria Chisari, Lecturer, Learning Centre, The University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

The Great Debate: Standing up for Democracy

La Sonya Townsend, Assistant Professor , Metropolitan College of Professional Studies/School of Social Work, Johnson C. Smith University, United States

Dezette Johnson, Associate Professor, Social Work, Johnson C. Smith University, United States

Judith Crocker Billinsgley, Assistant Professor, Johnson C. Smith University, United States

Strengthening Identity in Higher Education - Sharing a Story of Place at the University of Tasmania

Clair Andersen, Aboriginal Higher Education Advisor, Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching, University of Tasmania, Australia

University as an Independent Place

Aleksandra Kunce, Professor, Institute of Culture Studies, University of Silesia, Slaskie, Poland

E-Poetry, Performance, and Identity

Maria Lujan Figueredo, Associate Professor, Spanish Program, Dept. of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics, York University, Ontario, Canada

Becoming a Teacher of Content and Language Integrated Learning in Higher Education: A Case Study in Asia

Jia Ying Lee, Assistant Professor, English Department, Tamkang University, Taiwan

Ming Huei Lin, Associate Professor, Tamkang University, Taiwan

Learning Styles and Data-Driven Learning in English as a Foreign Language Classes

Ming Huei Lin, Associate Professor, Tamkang University, Taiwan

Jia Ying Lee, Assistant Professor, English Department, Tamkang University, Taiwan

Postcolonial Economies and the Art of Monetary Texts

Daniel Chukwuemeka, Doctoral Student, English, University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Rethinking the Self: Metamodernism and Contemporary Literary Fiction

Lidia Meriem Mentri, PhD Student , English Literature and Creative Writing , Kingston University London, United Kingdom

Song Lyrics in German and English: Person Related Nouns and Culture

Shelley-Ching-yu Depner, Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Rethinking Romance in Academic Libraries: An Argument for Adding Romance to Your Popular Titles Collection

Annie Jansen, Reference and Instruction Librarian, Penn State Brandywine, Armed Forces Americas, United States

The Merits and Challenges of Adopting Core Curriculum for International Music Degree Programs Within Higher Education

David M. DeVasto, Associate Professor, Department of Music, Elmhurst University, United States

A Collaborative Evaluation of Funeral Home Employers’ Perceptions Regarding Hireability of Individuals Based on Extent of Visible Body Art

Tanya Scotece, Assistant Professor, Miami Dade College, United States

Liliana Rodriguez-Campos, University of South Florida, United States

Virtual presentations (Spanish)

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ATENCIÓN Y SEGUIMIENTO DEL ALUMNADO
NUEVAS FORMAS DE COMUNICACIÓN UNIVERSITARIA: HACIA UNA CONEXIÓN EFICAZ CON EL ALUMNO

Alicia Martín García, Profesora, Universidad de Málaga, Málaga, España

VALORES HUMANOS Y SOCIALES DE LOS ESTUDIANTES DE LOS GRADOS UNIVERSITARIOS EN MAGISTERIO

Manuel Lizalde Gil, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Carlos Peñarrubia, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

¿Y SI LOS MENTORES SON LAS PERSONAS PROFESIONALES YA JUBILADAS? BUENA PRÁCTICA EN LA FACULTAD DE EDUCACIÓN: 12 MIRRORS

Pilar Alejandra Cortés Pascual, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Alberto Quílez Robles, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Manuel Lizalde Gil, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

E-TUTORING: REDUCIENDO EL ABANDONO EN LA UNIVERSIDAD

Raquel Lozano Blasco, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Pilar Alejandra Cortés Pascual, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Sonia Val, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Andrea Marconi

Rosa Serrano, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Ana Belén Cebollero Salinas, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Anita Montagna

César Rodríguez

Santos Orejudo, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Oscar Casanova, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

María Jesús Cardoso, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Jacobo Cano Escoriaza

Ana Rodríguez, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

COMPETENCIA CIUDADANA EN LOS CENTROS EDUCATIVOS DE EDUCACIÓN PRIMARIA DEL TERRITORIO ESPAÑOL: NORMATIVA, FORMACIÓN, PRÁCTICAS Y EXPECTATIVAS DEL PROFESORADO

Sara Navarro Lalanda, Università Europea di Roma, Roma, Italia

LA ASIGNATURA DE MÚSICA EN LA FORMACIÓN INICIAL DEL DOCENTE DE INFANTIL: LA VISIÓN DEL ALUMNO

Rosa María Serrano, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

EN NOMBRE DE LA INTEGRALIDAD Y EL “BUEN VIVIR”: GENEALOGÍA DE LOS DEPARTAMENTOS DE CONSEJERÍA ESTUDIANTIL EN ECUADOR

Diego Palacios, Universidad Tecnológica Indoamérica, Ecuador

Felipe Hidalgo, Universidad Tecnológica Indoamérica, Ecuador

CREACIONES DE LA REPRESENTACIÓN COLECTIVA
EDUCACIÓN E HIPERSEXUALIZACIÓN EN LA INFANCIA EN REDES SOCIALES: ESTRATEGIAS DE INTERVENCIÓN

Nieves Moyano Muñoz, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Pilar Alejandra Cortés Pascual, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Cecilia Latorre Cosculluela, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Raquel Lozano Blasco, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Alberto Quílez Robres, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

Marta Ferrer Serrano, Doctoranda, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

PROYECTO VICTORIA: UN VIAJE CULTURAL DE IDA Y VUELTA

Rocío Martel Pardo, Universidad de Salamanca, Salamanca, España

Ismael Mont Muñoz

Mercedes Sola López, Universidad de Salamanca, Salamanca, España

EL USO RESPONSABLE DE LAS REDES SOCIALES Y EL CIBERCOTILLEO EN ESTUDIANTES

Ana Belén Cebollero Salinas, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, España

PODER Y SIMBOLISMO EN TRES DÉCADAS DE REDEMOCRATIZACIÓN: REPRESENTACIONES DE POLÍTICA Y CIUDADANÍA ENTRE LOS JÓVENES DE BRASIL Y PORTUGAL

Gimima Beatriz Melo da Silva, Profesora Adjunta, Universidade do Estado do Amazonas, Brasil

HUMANIDADES Y SOCIEDAD
HUMANIZAR, EDUCAR Y SOCIALIZAR: NOSTALGIA, VERGÜENZA Y CONFIANZA

Luis R. Ibarra, Profesor investigador, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, México

EL PAISAJE COMO FENÓMENO TRANSVERSAL: UN APORTE A LAS HUMANIDADES TRANSCULTURALES

Raúl Cadús, Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Neuquén, Argentina

LAS SOCIEDADES DE MASA EN TIEMPOS DE LA RACIONALIDAD TECNOLÓGICA

Irving Samadhi Aguilar Rocha, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, México

ANÁLISIS COMPARATIVO ENTRE LA PROPAGANDA MILITAR DE LAS GUERRAS MUNDIALES Y LA ACTUAL PANDEMIA DE COVID-19

Vicente Ocaña Guzmán, Universidad de Jaén, Jaén, España

ARTES Y REPRESENTACIONES
ENTRE LITERATURA ARTÍSTICA Y REALIDAD POLÍTICA: ESCRIBIR SOBRE PICASSO DURANTE EL FRANQUISMO

Beatriz Martínez López, Doctoranda, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, España

MARÍA MANDINGA Y SUS CRISIS DE IDENTIDAD: EL RETO DE LA FORMACIÓN DE LA PERSONALIDAD PARA LOS ADOLESCENTES Y JÓVENES EN AMÉRICA LATINA

John Edward Trujillo, Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Salamanca, España

F. J. GARCÍA FAJER "LO SPAGNOLETTO” (1730-1809) - LAMENTACIÓN 1ª DEL MIÉRCOLES SANTO: UN ESTUDIO LINGÜÍSTICO APLICADO A SU MÚSICA

Vicente Romani López, Doctorando, Universidad de la Laguna, Tenerife, España

LA IDENTIDAD DE LOS PUEBLOS Y LAS CULTURAS A TRAVÉS DE SU MÚSICA RÚSTICA, TRADICIONAL E TRANSCULTURAL: CONTRIBUCIONES ETNOMUSICOLÓGICAS DE ZÖLTÁN KODÁLY, BELA BARTÓK Y FERNANDO LOPES-GRAÇA

Maria do Rosário de Sousa, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Porto, Portugal

INDAGACIONES SOBRE LA EXPERIENCIA ESTÉTICA DEL SUJETO TECNOINTELIGENTE: REALIDAD VIRTUAL Y CREACIÓN DE CONOCIMIENTO EN TORNO A LAS INSTALACIONES Y ENVIRONMENTS ARTÍSTICOS DE LUZ CONTEMPORÁNEOS

Leticia Crespillo Marí, Investigadora Predoctoral, Universidad de Málaga, Málaga, España

LA LITERATURA RENACENTISTA EN EL ARTE Y EN LA MÚSICA

Rita Franco Muñoz, Doctoranda, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, España

UNA DIDÁCTICA LITERARIA TRANSCULTURAL: LA PERCEPCIÓN DE LO AJENO A TRAVÉS DE LA LITERATURA DE MIGRACIÓN

Isabella Leibrandt, Profesora Titular, Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, España

LAS NUEVAS TECNOLOGÍAS Y EL VIDEOARTE EN LA FORMACIÓN DE LOS HISTORIADORES DEL ARTE: UN ESTUDIO DE CASO

Francisco Javier Domínguez Burrieza, Profesor Ayudante Doctor, Universidad de Valladolid, Valladolid, España

José Luis Cano De Gardoqui García, Profesor Titular, Universidad de Valladolid, Valladolid, España

OBJETOS ARTÍSTICOS, ARTESANOS, PARA EL OCIO Y TECNOLÓGICOS: UN SIGLO DE DISEÑOS Y DESEOS CUMPLIDOS

Sonia Ríos Moyano, Universidad de Málaga, Málaga, España

PENSAMIENTO, LENGUA E HISTORIA
CALIXTO BERNAL (1804-1886): SU LUCHA POR LA ABOLICIÓN DE LA ESCLAVITUD A TRAVÉS DE LA PRENSA DECIMONÓNICA

Javier Zúñiga Crespo, Investigador Universidad de La Rioja, Logroño, España

LA CELEBRACIÓN DEL DÍA DE LOS DIFUNTOS EN LAS COMUNIDADES INDÍGENAS DEL ALTO PUTUMAYO: LA NECESIDAD DE LA SOSTENIBILIDAD COMO EJE CENTRAL PARA SU USO COMO RECURSO TURÍSTICO

Jesús Barón, Fundación Universitaria Los Libertadores, Bogotá, Colombia

Leidy Lorena Herrera Herrera, Estudiante, Fundacion Universitaria Los Libertadores, Bogotá, Colombia

Yesica Jazmín Marín Tapiero, Estudiante, Fundación Universitaria Los Libertadores, Bogotá, Colombia

Sandra Patricia Cote Daza

LA PROGRESIVA DECADENCIA DE LA DINASTÍA QING A TRAVÉS DE LAS IMÁGENES

Juan José Estrella Ramírez, Universidad de Jaén

DERECHO GREMIAL Y NOTARIAL EN BIZANCIO: LA REGULACIÓN DEL EMPERADOR LEÓN VI EL SABIO EN EL LIBRO DEL EPARCA (SS.IX-X D.C.)

Luis Gonzaga Roger Castillo, Profesor, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona, España

EL ESTUDIO Y LA ENSEÑANZA DE LA FILOSOFÍA CHINA: A PROPÓSITO DE LA INTERDISCIPLINARIEDAD HUMANISTA, EL GLOBALISMO Y LA DIVERSIDAD

Gabriel Terol Rojo, Universidad de Valencia, Valencia, España

PECULIARIDADES LINGUOCOGNITIVAS DE LOS FRASEOLOGISMOS FORMADOS POR ONOMATOPEYAS QUE PRODUCEN SONIDOS DE AGUA EN LA LENGUA RUSA

Pavlo Marynenko, Doctorando, Universidad de Granada, Granada, España

LA UNIVERSALIDAD DE LA CORTESÍA SOCIOLINGÜÍSTICA: INFORMES BASADOS EN DATOS CUANTITATIVOS DE HABLANTES DE INGLÉS, JAPONÉS, ESPAÑOL Y CHINO

Catalina Cheng-Lin, Doctoranda, Universidad de Granada, Granada, España

ANÁLISIS ORTOTIPOGRÁFICO Y CULTURAL DE TEXTOS GASTRONÓMICOS COMO VARIEDAD DISCURSIVA EN LA SOCIEDAD

María-José Molina-García, Universidad de Granada, Melilla, España

Pósteres virtuales
EL USO DE LOS MATERIALES AUTÉNTICOS AUDIOVISUALES EN CLASES DE RUSO CON ALUMNOS DE NIVEL INICIAL

Vera Grechukhina-van der Linden, Profesora, Centro Lingüístico de la Universidad de Leiden, Países Bajos

Tatjana Portnova, Profesora, Centro Ruso de la Universidad de Granada, Granada, España

Tamara Gorozhankina, Profesora, Centro Ruso de la Universidad de Granada, Granada, España

LA FAMILIA INTERESPECIE: VÍNCULO Y DERECHOS

Carmen Caravaca, Universidad de Murcia, España

José Saez Olmos, Universidad de Murcia, España

¡TODAS Y CADA UNA DE LAS LENGUAS MERECEN EL MISMO RESPETO!

Karla Del Carpio Ovando, Universidad de Colorado del Norte, Estados Unidos

HILANDO TEJIDO SOCIAL EN ÉPOCA DEL CORONAVIRUS

Luz Mila Morales Pacaguí, Universidad Santo Tomás, Meta, Colombia

Humanidades digitales
LA INDUSTRIA CULTURAL DEL VIDEOJUEGO Y SUS RELACIONES HEGEMÓNICAS: CASO DE ESTUDIO DECOHERENCE, UN VIDEOJUEGO COLOMBIANO

Álvaro Triana, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia

HUMANISMOS DIGITALES A TRAVÉS DE NARRATIVAS MULTIMEDIA

Fernando Alba Guerrero, Profesor, Corporación Universitaria Minuto de Dios, Bogotá, Colombia

POR UNA ARQUEOLOGÍA IMPOSIBLE DE LO ORIGINAL: EL VELO INVISIBLE DE LA RACIONALIDAD ALGORÍTMICA

Juan José Caballero Molina, Profesor, Teoria de la Litearatur i Comunicació, Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, España

Jordi Hernàndez Prat, Parc Audiovisual de Catalunya Studios, Barcelona, España

LA VIRTUALIZACIÓN DE LAS ACTIVIDADES PRODUCTIVAS Y REPRODUCTIVAS EN ESPAÑA

Olivia Velarde Hermida, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, España

PROYECTO HISTOCARTO: DE LA PAGINA PROPIETARIA AL TRABAJO COMUNITARIO

Jesús Cascón Katchadourian, Universidad de Granada, Granada, España

Virtual Presentations

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Virtual Presentations

Virtual Presentations are grouped by general themes. Each presenter's formal, written paper will be available to participants if accepted to the journal.