LINGUIST List 33.202

Fri Jan 21 2022

Calls: Linguistic Theories/USA

Editor for this issue: Everett Green <>

Date: 14-Jan-2022
From: Brandon Rogers <>
Subject: 23rd Annual Céfiro Conference on Latin American and Iberian Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
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Full Title: 23rd Annual Céfiro Conference on Latin American and Iberian Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Short Title: Céfiro

Date: 09-Apr-2022 - 10-Apr-2022
Location: Lubbock, Texas, USA
Contact Person: Brandon Rogers
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site:

Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories

Subject Language(s): English; Portuguese

Call Deadline: 14-Feb-2022

Meeting Description:

The 2022 Hybrid Céfiro Conference will explore the power of cultural, racial, and linguistic heritage shaping the Luso-Hispanic world.   

Call for Papers:

XXIII Annual Céfiro Conference on Latin American and Iberian Languages, Literatures, and Cultures — Hybrid Format

“Powerful Heritages: Cultural, Literary and Linguistic Reflections on Periphery and Globalization”

Texas Tech University 
Spanish and Portuguese Graduate Program 

This year’s Keynote Speakers:
Dr. Anna Nogar
Dr. Sandro Sessarego

We welcome scholars to submit original research in their respective field of studies including but not limited to topics listed below.  

Possible topics include:

- Teaching Cultural Studies methodologies 
- Successful pedagogies for teaching Heritage learners  
- The intersection of Environmental Humanities 
- Professionalization of women, BIPOC people, and under-represented groups in academia 
- Spanish and Portuguese Literary Studies  
- Spanish and Portuguese Linguistic Studies 
- Latinx Studies and global perspectives 
- Mexican American & Latin American Literatures and Cultures  
- Writing from the margins/ Marginal writings 
- Oral history methods and applications 
- Decolonizing methodologies 
- Diaspora studies 
- Migrations in the global context 
- Race and Ethnicity in the Luso-Hispanic world 
- Co-Existence of Spanish, Portuguese, and Indigenous Languages in the Luso-Hispanic World 

In addition to individual papers, we welcome proposals for workshops and round tables. Presentations can be given in Spanish, Portuguese, or English.  

Both individual proposals and submissions for panels of 3 to 4 papers (highly encouraged) will be considered. Each presenter will have 15 minutes and 5 minutes will be set aside for questions from the public. Workshop presenters will have 60 minutes.  

Submission specifications: 

The deadline for the submission of abstracts is February 14, 2022. They should be sent to as Word documents. Abstracts should be approximately two hundred and fifty words and include the following personal information: (1) presentation title; (2) full name; (3) university affiliation; and (4) e-mail address. 

The fee for presenters will be $30 for graduate students (non-TTU students), $50 for professors who are interested in participating, and $25 for TTU graduate students.

Those interested on publishing their work in the Céfiro Graduate Student Journal after the conference should visit or send an email to 

Details & updates about the conference can be found at:  

Any inquiries should be sent to Veronica Cora-Castillo:  

CÉFIRO Committee and 
Céfiro faculty advisors, Dr. Sara Guengerich & Dr. Brandon Rogers 
Texas Tech University 
Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures

Page Updated: 21-Jan-2022