October 31st, 2023. Halloween Film Screening.
2:00-5:00pm. Corazón azul (Miguel Coyula, 2021), with an introduction and discussion by the filmmaker.
FLYER COMING SOON.
September 21-22, 2023. International Symposium.
Unfolding the Latin American Archive: New Approaches to History, Society, and Culture.
Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, AH 205.
Keynote address: "The Archive, Literature, and Human Rights (1973-2023)" (Daniel Noemi Voionmaa)
LLCL Guest Speaker Series: On Gender, Culture, and Representation: Latin American Women Writers and the Quest for Equality
Vanesa Miseres, Ph.D. “Juana Manuela Gorriti, a Life in Displacement”
Rocío Quispe-Agnoli, Ph.D. “Public Women: Fame and Its Discontents in Latin American Women’s Writings”
Ilka Kressner, Ph.D. “Writing Trauma (Human and More than Human) in Pilar Quintana’s La perra and Vanessa Londoño’s El asedio animal”
Hispanic Heritage Month
Theater Play in Spanish! / Teatro en español!: Travesía femenina + el otro género by Mirna González/ Insight Theater. Introduction by Dr. Alejandra Aguilar Dornelles. University Theatre, Arts & Letters Building (AL Building). 3:00PM (September 25, 2022)
For more Hispanic Heritage Month events, see:
Screen and Film Discussion at the Living Room Theaters
Q&A by Dr. Julia Brown. Film: The Territory, internationally co-produced doc film directed by Alex Pritz. Darren Aronofsky serves as a producer (Black Swan, mother!, Requiem for a Dream) By National Geographic Documentary Films. 7:00PM (September 3, 2022).