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Spanish major Christian Quattrociocchi ’16 presents a research paper at the 2017 NeMLA Convention

By Department of Romance Languages and Literatures on March 29, 2017
Christian Quattrociocchi, a 2016 Spanish graduate and now a PhD student in Latin American literature at Johns Hopkins, delivered a paper at the 48th Northeast Modern Language Association Convention (NeMLA) held in Baltimore. His paper, “Creacionismo and Cinematic Techniques in Cagliostro, by Vicente Huidobro”, was part of a panel devoted to Early and Silent Cinema in Latin American Literature (1895-1930), organized and chaired by Chrystian Zegarra.  

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