October 26th, 2023. Guest Speaker.

2-3:15 pm, AH 205. "Consuming Modernity via 1980s Mexican Youth Star Lucerito."

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October 31st, 2023. Film Screening and Q+A.

9:00-10:50am.  Corazón azul/Blue Heart  (Miguel Coyula, 2021).
Living Room Theater (CU 112). Film in Spanish with English subtitles.

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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.

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Keynote address: "The Archive, Literature, and Human Rights (1973-2023)" (Daniel Noemi Voionmaa)

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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:

Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Events

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).