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Fabian Banga
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Attended University of California, Berkeley
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SPECIAL-INTEREST SESSION (AATSP-NC): http://fla-nc.org/wp/

1:30-2:20 | Book presentation: Brujos, espiritistas y vanguardistas. – (Room 212)
by Fabián Banga, in conversation with Anne Fountain, American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese President, and Sandra García Sanborn, FLANC President.


The title is Brujos, espiritistas y vanguardistas (Witches, spiritualists and avant-garde) and was published by Editorial Leviatán (Argentina). The book explores the representation of esoteric traditions in the aesthetic projects of the avant-garde literary movements in Latin-American and Spain of the early twentieth century.
Main Language of Presentation: Spanish-English
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[ Conference Program ]. Special Presentations / Keynote Addresses: Yo Azama. 11:00-11:30: Yo Azama. “The Teacher as an Artist. Inspire and Engage Learners in the 21st Century World Language Classroom”. Azama currently teaches Japanese at North Salinas High School and World Language Teaching ...
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Husband, dad, teacher, dog walker, cook.

Education
  • University of California, Berkeley
    Ph.D. in Hispanic Languages and Literatures, 2004
  • University of California, Berkeley
    M.A in Hispanic Languages and Literatures, 2000
  • University of California, Berkeley
    BA in Spanish Languages and Literatures, 1998
  • University of Buenos Aires
    Psycology, 1989
    Licenciatura in Psychology (incomplete) Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Psicología, 1984-1989
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Academic Interests: Latin-American avant-garde, representation of technology and esoteric traditions in literature and film, feminism, instructional technology, open education, journalism.
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  • Berkeley City College
    Professor, 2002 - present
    Department Chair, Modern Languages
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