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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Languages, Cultures, and Race

Foreign Languages and Cultures

Vilma Navarro-DanielsVilma Navarro-Daniels, associate professor, foreign languages and cultures, authored “De la Península Ibérica a la Península de los Balkanes: Descentramiento de la identidad nacional en ‘Gerreros’ de Daniel Calparsoro” (“From the Iberian Peninsula to the Balkans: Decentering National Identity in Daniel Calparsoro’s ‘Warriors'”) in Cuaderno Internacional de Estudios Humanísticos y Literatura (International Journal of Humanistic Studies and Literature), Universidad de Puerto Rico at Humacao. She also authored “‘De jueves a domingo’, de Dominga Sotomayor Castillo, o ‘el viaje a ninguna parte’ de in país llamado Chile” (“Dominga Sotomayor Castillo’s ‘From Thursday through Sunday’ or ‘The Journey to Nowhere’ of a Country Named Chile”) in Letras Hispanas, Texas State University.

Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies

Richard King
King

Richard King, professor, critical culture, gender, and race studies, delivered three presentations: “Understanding Racial Violence and Intimidation: White Supremacist Movements in the Pacific Northwest” as the keynote address for the symposium, Building Respectful Communities: Transcending Hate, at Central Washington University in Ellensburg; “Racists, Hooligans, and Fascists: Depictions of Skinheads and Neo-Nazis in European and North American Cinema” for the Transatlantic Cinema: Production, Genres, Encounters, Negotiations conference at the University of Passau, Germany; and “Refusing to Defend this House: Athletic Insurrection at the University of Missouri and Beyond” at the American Studies Association’s annual meeting in Denver.

David Leonard
Leonard

King also authored two book chapters: “Listening to Bad Music: White Power and (Un)Popular Culture” in Unpopular Culture (University of Amsterdam Press); and “Look Away: On the Racial, Sexual, and Cultural Politics of the NFL” in Football, Culture, and Power (Routledge), co-edited by David Leonard, associate professor.