Hispanic Studies Research Seminar

Wednesdays from 3:00-4:30pm
Ponderosa Annex E, Room 121

October 2 Andrea Roca, “Las imágenes de los cronistas viajeros Thévet, Staden y Léry, siglo XVI, como documentos de identidad indígena en el Brasil del siglo XXI”
October 9 Min Ji Kang, “Gendered Violence and Alcohol Intoxication in the Libro de buen amor”
October 16 Tamara Mitchell, “Broken Bodies, Broken Nations: Roberto Bolaño on Neoliberal Logic and (Un)Mediated Violence”
October 23 Serge Guilbaut, “Fear of the Past, or Why History can Destabilize Convention” 
October 30

María Adelaida Escobar Trujillo, Carolina Navarrete (Universidad de La Frontera) y Daniela Sandoval Pino (Universidad de La Frontera), “Un recorrido por las cartas del MEMCH: Alianzas, demandas y tensiones en el marco de la emancipación de las mujeres de Chile”

This session will start at the later time of 4pm

November 6

Book Launch: Gabriela Aceves Sepulveda, Women Made Visible: Feminist Art and Media in Post-1968 Mexico (University of Nebraska, 2019). With Anna Casas, Bill French, Lorenia Salgado, and Alessandra Santos.

Co-organized with the Program in Latin American Studies

This session will start at the later time of 4pm