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The four papers collected here were originally presented at the Second Annual Graduate Student Conference: "Games, Sins & Mafia." Hosted by the UNLV World Languages & Cultures department and the Organization of Vistas of Hispanic Studies, the conference took place on the UNLV campus on March 16, 2019. These proceedings feature three (at the time) graduate students and one undergraduate student from the UNLV English department. Taken as a whole, the proceedings explore the aesthetic, sociological, and philosophical concerns of a range of authors—William Faulkner, Juan Rulfo (Mexico), Roberto Harrison, and Clarice Lispector (Brazil).
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education | Latin American Languages and Societies | Other Languages, Societies, and Cultures | Sociology of Culture
Select Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Graduate Student Conference: Games, Sins & Mafia. In Jarret Keene,
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/wlc_grad_conference/1