Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium
Friday, November 10, 2017, 9am-4:30pm
Viterbo University, La Crosse, Wisconsin
**Register and submit abstracts for the Fall 2017 Symposium**
Deadline: October 27th at 1pm
Each year, several hundred people from the tri-state area convene on the Viterbo University campus to see and experience undergraduate student research and creative works from a variety of disciplines. Undergraduate students from institutions throughout the Midwest (and beyond!) share their work via research posters, artistic displays, and oral presentations. Please see the links below for more information about this year's event. Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Thanks to the generosity of the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership, our 2017 Seven Rivers keynote speaker will be Dr. Erik Camayd-Freixas, Professor of Spanish & Director of Translation at Florida Interntational University. Dr. Erik Camayd-Freixas is Professor of Hispanic Studies, Graduate Program Director, and Director of Translation Studies at Florida International University, Department of Modern Languages. A Harvard-trained communications analyst, social theorist, and expert linguist at federal and state courts, Dr. Camayd has testified before Congress, contributed as amicus curiae to the U.S. Supreme Court, and received human rights awards from the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center, the Guatemalan Foreign Ministry, and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He has interpreted for ten heads of state, including President Obama and Pope Benedict XVI.
Dr. Camayd has lectured on linguistic, literary, and cultural studies, immigration, labor, ethics, and human rights in law schools, bar associations, and professional organizations nationally and internationally. He has published Realismo mágico y primitivismo (University Press of America, 1998), Primitivism and Identity in Latin America(University of Arizona Press, 2000), Postville: La criminalización de los migrantes (F&G Editores, 2009), La etnografía imaginaria: Historia y parodia en la literatura hispanoamericana (F&G Editores, 2012), Orientalism and Identity in Latin America (University of Arizona Press, 2013), and U.S. Immigration Reform and Its Global Impact(Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), in addition to numerous articles in collective volumes and journals throughout the Americas and Europe. Dr. Camayd specializes in cultural studies, literature, and historiography of the colonial and contemporary periods of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Materials from Past Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposiums