Posts under tag: RLGSA
The RLGSA (RL Graduate Student Association) is hosting Cristina Moreiras-Menor this week. On March 14th, she will offer a lecture on the film “Biutiful” entitled “Death, Afterlife and the Question of Existence” in 115 Lawrence Hall at 3:30pm.
On Thursday, March 15: Workshop with students and faculty from 10:00 to 11:30 at EMU 230.
Moreiras-Menor the author of Cultura herida: literatura y cine en la España democrática (Ediciones Libertarias, 2002) and La estela del tiempo: Imagen e historicidad en el cine español contemporáneo (Iberoamericna/Vervuert, 2011). She has also published extensively on authors and filmmakers such as Teresa de Jesús, Rosalía de Castro, Leopoldo ‘Alas’ Clarín, Miguel de Unamuno, Juan Goytisolo, Xosé Luis Méndez Ferrín, Ana Rossetti, Manuel Vazquez Montalbán, Luis Buñuel, Álex de la Iglesia, Mario Camus (among many others), as well on topics such as violence and memory, violence and the state, critical regionalism, the Spanish Civil War, the Francoist Dictatorship, and the Transition to Democracy.
The Graduate Students at RL have organized their biannual Symposium around the concepts of “Outbreak” and “Breakout”. Please join us November 13th and 14th for a series of panels, talks, and activities that will engage researchers and the community with cultural representations of outbreaks and breakouts in the many societies that speak a Romance Language.
The Romance Languages Graduate Student Association presents the 3rd Annual Works in Progress Symposium on Friday, March 7th. The event will take place in Lilis Hall room 112 from 4:00-6:00pm.