Martha Batalha, Brazilian author, "The Invisible Life: From Paper to Screen." She also participated in the roundtable "Art and Politics."
Juan Manuel Hernández Campoy, University of Murcia (Spain), "Historical Sociolinguistics and Authorship Elucidation in Medieval Private Written Correspondence: Theoretical Implications for Forensic Linguistics" and "Patterns of Stylistic Variation in Sociolinguistics: Motivations and Mechanisms for Style-shifting in Social Interaction."
Débora Thomé, Brazilian author, "Desafios contemporâneos da literatura infanto-juvenil. A escrita do livro LGBTQ+ Incríveis." She also participated in the roundtable "Art and Politics."
Héctor Tobar, University of California Irvine and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author, held a reading as part of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Leonardo Tonus, Sorbonne Université, "Ícaro Lira e a museificação do sujeito em migrância." He also gave a workshop, "Encontros poéticos transatlánticos" for graduate students and participated in the roundtable "Art and Politics."