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XXI Annual Colloquium on Hispanic American and Peninsular Literature, Linguistics and Culture

Friday, February 26, 2021 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Join the UCF Spanish Graduate Association, SaGA, at the 21st Annual Colloquium on Hispanic American and Peninsular Literature, Linguistics and Culture. This important event brings together professors and students to celebrate the Spanish language with different roundtables, workshops and presentations related to the literatures, linguistics and cultures of the Spanish language.

Guest speaker Señor José María Merino from Real Academia Española will present "¿Para qué sirve la ficción literaria?". The Colloquium will also have presentations on research work and creative writing, roundtables and workshops, and musical and cultural presentations. 

Presentations are in Spanish. This event is free to attend. 

Registration is required. To receive the access credentials to the Zoom platform, email SaGA@ucf.edu. 

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