Congratulations to the three finalists from our Fall Roundtable Workshop: Carmen Araujo, Christene D'anca, and James Nate Nicols! Carmen presented “Dialogical exchange and the invention of fictions as a tool for transformation in Miguel de Cervantes’ Don Quixote and two short stories", Christene D'anca presented "Translating Identity: Andrei Codrescu and Cultural Multilingualism", and James Nicols presented on "Discerning Disjunctions in Raúl Ruiz's A TV Dante". Carmen, Christene, and James received sustained feedback on their projects from graduate peers in Spanish and Portuguese, English, Feminist Studies, Film and Media Studies, Comparative Literature, Art, and Religious Studies. We wish Carmen, Chrsistene, and James the best of luck at their future conferences, and extend a formal congratulations to James, whose paper has recently been accepted for publication! If you're interested in submitting for the upcoming Winter Roundtable, please see our Roundtables and Travel Grants Page.