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“Manipulating Subtitles: Hitchcock’s Humor in Spanish,” Paper presented at panel “On Subtitles,” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Montréal, Canada, March 2015
“La circulación migratoria colombiana y el culebrón diaspórico en Paraíso Travel y Chance: Los trapos sucios se lavan en casa,” Paper presented at panel “Identidades y Fronteras en el Cine y la Televisión en la era de la Globalización,” Congreso Internacional de Americanistas, “Construyendo Diálogos en las Américas,” Vienna, Austria, July 2012
“Can Latin Women Thrill?: The Transnational Reinventions of Martel and Bollaín,” Paper presented at panel “Latin American Cinema After the Year 2000,” Latin American Studies Association Conference, San Francisco, California, 24 May 2012
“Caught in the Elevator with Hitchcock and Campanella: A Comparatist Approach to The Secret in Their Eyes,” Paper presented, Cine-Lit VII, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, February 2011
‘A New “Cine de Transición”?: Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón’s Spanish/Cuban Films,’ Paper presented, Latin American Studies Association Conference, Rio de Janiero, Brazil, June 2009.
“El humor cortante: Cuestiones de humor y terror en El laberinto del fauno (2006) de Guillermo de Toro,” Paper presented, International Society of Luso-hispanic Humor Studies Conference, Universidad de Santiago, Santiago, Chile, November 2007.
“Fabián Bielinsky’s Debt to Late Hitchcock,” Paper presented, Society of Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Chicago, Illinois, March 2007.
“The Aura of Hitchcock in Fabián Bielinsky’s Films,” Cine-Lit VI, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, February 2007
“Teaching Spanish Mysticism at an Undergraduate Catholic College: Issues of Relevance, Accessibility and Self-Censorship,” Paper presented, Conference of the
Asociación de Escritoras de España y de las Américas, AEEA/AHT, Georgetown
University, Washington, DC, October 2006.
“With Hitch as His Model: Guillermo del Toro,” Paper presented, Society of Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 2006.
“Latin Hitchcock: Guillermo del Toro,” Paper presented, Latin American Studies Association Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 2006.
“El banco de imagenes resistentes: El humor pronunciado por El Pinguino y otros animales políticos, y visto en los cartones y las fotos de Nik,” Paper presented, IX Annual Conference of the International Luso-Hispanic Humor Studies Society, Jacó, Costa Rica, September 2005.
“Felices perdedores: Los lunes al sol, The Full Monty, y 800 balas,” Paper presented, VIII Conference of the International Luso-Hispanic Humor Studies Society, UNAM [Autonomous National University of Mexico], Mexico City, Mexico, October 2004.
‘Countering Basque Terrorism: Asesinato en febrero (Spain, 2001)” Paper presented, ”Hispanic Cultural Studies: The State of the Art, an Interdisciplinary Conference,” of the Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies, Tuczon, Arizon, September 2002.
“Critiquing ETA through a Cinematic Politics of Silence: Ortega Santillana’s Documentary Asesinato en febrero [Assassination in February] (Spain 2001),” Paper presented, Visible Exidence IX Conference, Griffith University, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, December 2001.
“Federico Luppi: Counterfeiting Manhood in Transnational Spanish Language Cinema,” Paper presented at Session on “Transnational Stars,” Society for Cinema Studies Conference, Washington, DC, May 2001.
“Hitting the Mark from Television to Film: Violence, Timing, and the Comedy Team in Alex de la Iglesia’s Muertos de risa (1999), Paper presented, International Luso-Hispanic Humor Studies Conference, McGill University, Montréal, Canada, September 2000.
“Federico Luppi, Tortured But Unshaven: Tough Guy Stardom through Two Decades of Spanish Language Cinema,” Paper Presented, Point Blank Conference, University of Arizona-Tucson, Tucson, Arizona, May 2000.
“A ‘Welcome’ Façade: Racism and Economic Necessity from Berlanga’s Bienvenido, Mr. Marshall to Bollaín’s Flores de otro mundo,” Paper presented, Cine-Lit 2000, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, Feb. 2000.
“Dance Move-Ease: After-images of the New Global Body,” Paper presented, Session on “Media Industries and the Global Popular: Marketing the Transnational City,” Society for Cinema Studies Conference, Florida Atlantic University, West Palm Beach, Florida, April 1999
“On the Ellipse of Satanic Comedy: Tracing a Goyesque Tradition of Violence in Alex de la Iglesia'’ Film Día de la Bestia (1995), Paper presented, International Society of Luso-Hispanic Humor Studies Conference, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, October 1998
"Film History/ Art History/ Nationalism: Domesticating Cityspace in Victor Erice's Dream of Light and Antonio López's Paintings," Paper presented in Session on "Screening Space," Society for Cinema Studies Conference, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, May 1997
"Children of the European Union, Crossing Gendered Channels: Javier Marías's Novel Todas las almas and Gracia Querejeta's Film, El último viaje de Robert Rylands," Paper presented, Cine-Lit III Conference, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, February 1997
"Film History/ Art History/ Nationalism: Performing Dalí in Bigas Luna's Los huevos de oro," Paper presented, Film Culture History Conference, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, August 1996
"Painted Ladies and Cross-cultural Karaoke: Performing Dalí in Bigas Luna's Los huevos de oro," Paper presented in Session on "Visual Cultures in the 90's," Society for Cinema Studies Conference, Dallas, Texas, March 1996
"The Realm of Farce in Recent Spanish Cinema," Paper presented, First International Conference on Hispanic Humor, International Society of Luso-Hispanic Humor Studies, West Chester University, West Chester, Pennsylvania, September 1995
"Film History/ Art History/ Nationalism: The Case of Trueba's Belle Epoque," Paper presented, Session on "Spanish Cinema: The Representation of the Nation," Society for Cinema Studies Conference, "One Hundred Years of Cinema: Writing the Histories," New York City, March 1995
"Dressed in the Past for National Success: Marketing Costume Comedy in Recent Spanish Cinema," Paper presented, Twentieth Annual Conference on Literature and Film, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, January 1995.
"The Hegemonic Discourse of Decoration: Mirrors, Erotic Paintings and the Revival of the Imperial Vision in Uribe's El rey pasmado," Paper presented, Session on "Madrid in the Movies: The City Past and Present," Modern Languages Association Conference, San Diego, California, December 1994.
'The "Magical Episodes" of the Quijote on Film: Gutiérrez Aragón's Maravillas," Paper presented, Cine-Lit II, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon and Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, February 1994
"From La hojarasca to El general en su laberinto: García Márquez's Rewriting of Sophocles' Theban Plays, Paper presented, Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, May 1992
"Montero and the Bolero: A Feminist Discourse?," Paper presented, Confluencia: The Conference, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado, April 1988.
"Marriage in the Diana," Paper presented, Session on "Desire in Formal Dress in
Renaissance Art & Literature," Modern Languages Association Conference, New York, New York, December 1983
"Avoiding the Censors: Quevedo's Prologues to the "Sueños,"' Paper presented, Session on "Censorship and Subversion in Golden Age Prose," Modern Languages Association Conference, Los Angeles, California, December 1982
Annotated Bibliography of Lucrecia Martel (1966- ) for Oxford Bibliographies, Krin Gabbard, Editor in Chief, Cinema and Media Studies (under contract for 2017)
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