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The Graduate Romanic Association of the Department of Romance Languages at the University of Pennsylvania is a student-run organization that represents graduate students in French, Italian, and Spanish. The Graduate Romanic Association (GRA) plans monthly roundtable talks on students' research and on topics of shared professional and academic interest, and organizes the annual Graduate Student Conference in Romance Languages. Recent Conference titles include: "Traversing Geographies: New Poetics of Space (2008)," "Correspondences (2009)," and "Dis/identifications and Orientations (2010)." This year's conference, entitled "Written in Blood," will be held on March 19, 2011. Please see the attached Call For Papers for further details, including information on submissions.

GRA Executive Board Officers for 2010-2011:

Chelsea Pomponio

Vice Presidents:
Bryan Jones (Hispanic Studies); Ben Baker (French); Claudia Consolati (Italian)

Justine Quinn

Roundtable Organizers:
Lina Martínez Hernandez; Helena Fernández de Llanos

Social Chair:
Javier Sampedro


This page last modified on: January 5, 2011
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