Dr. David Julseth (Foreign Language) presented at the International Hispanic Conference of the Day of the Dead that was held in Miami at Florida International University Oct. 31 – Nov. 1. His research paper was on literary and artistic representations of the traditional Mexican food prepared and used during the celebration. After the conference, a selective process led to his paper being chosen by the peer-reviewed Hispanet for publication. The article, “¡Buen provecho! Cultural Representations of Food for the Day of the Dead” will appear in Hispanet Journal, Volume 4, ISSN: 1937-8920, 2012.
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