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Tertulia Literaria: Spring Poetry Reading 2015.
Thursday, February 26th, 2015. Humanities Building 1008
11-12:30 Session 1: Margarita Espada & Phillip Baldwin. Transatlantic Communities and Creative Technology Outreach
Margarita Espada and Phillip Baldwin will demonstrate their research and practical ways of using technology and body to create a transatlantic performance for an online community. The workshop will explore the use of neurosensor on the performer in the field of the IR (kinect) camera counterpointing the mind/body discourse and how they find through a floating city and instagram hashtags. The workshop will introduce participants in curricular to startup interactive media, telematics, coding ,transmedia forms, and creative technology outreach.
1:30-3:00 Session 2: La Poderosa Media Project (Joseph M. Pierce, Alejandra Zambrano, Jorge García, and Gabriela Espinosa)
The team will lead an intensive workshop demonstrating the theory and practice of community-based arts education as developed by La Poderosa Media Project. The workshop will focus on methods of artistic collaboration that facilitate community development, empathy, and empowerment. Students, faculty, and staff interested in visual and performing arts, international exchange, Latin American studies, community outreach, and youth cultures are encouraged to participate.
3:00-3:30 Closing Roundtable Discussion
Sponsored by the Humanities Institutte of Stony Brook University. See poster here
STONY BROOK MANHATTAN. 387 PARK AVENUE SOUTH THIRD FLOOR ROOM 312
FEBRUARY 20 1:30 – 5:00PM -- Stony Brook Manhattan
Presented by Javier Uriarte (SBU) and Paul Firbas (SBU)Pedro Meira Monteiro (Princeton Univ)
Paulo Moreira (Yale Univ)
Robert Newcomb (UC Davis)
Thiago Nicodemo (UERJ, Brazil)
Lilia Schwarcz (USP, Brazil)
Álvaro Fernández Bravo (CONICET)
Co-organized by Paul Firbas, Javier Uriarte and Pedro Meira Monteiro. Click here to see the full program.
Sponsored by Stony Brook University: Department of Hispanic Languages and Literature, Latin American and Caribbean Center (LACC), Department of History, Humanities Institute; and Princeton University: The Race and Citizenship in the Americas Network
From left to right: Thiago Nicodemo, Serge Gruzinsky, Aurelie Vialette, Paulo Moreira, Robert Newcomb, Álvaro Fernández Bravo, Pedro Meira Monteiro and Lilia Schwarcz
Prof. Thiago Nicodemo (UERJ, Brazil)
Feb 10th: on Sérgio Buarque e Holanda’s Raízes do Brasil
Feb 17th: on Gilberto Freyre's Casa Grande e Senzala
Feb 24th: on Chico Buarque’ novel Leite derramado (to be confirmed)
Tuesdays from 1.00 to 2:30 pm in the Dept seminar room (Meville Library N3060)
See poster here
The course will be in Portuguese but the discussion will be in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
For any questions, please contact Prof. Javier Uriate (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Thiago Nicodemo is Professor of Brazilian History at the Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ) and Visiting Scholar at Stony Brook this spring 2015. He is a specialist in the work of Sérgio Buarque de Holanda, one of Latin America’s finest essayist and intellectuals, who came to Stony Brook as visiting professor in 1966 (Sergio Buarque is also father of the very famous musician Chico Buarque). Prof. Nicodemo is author of two books:
Urdidura do Vivido. Visão do Paraíso e a Obra de Sérgio Buarque de Holanda nos Anos 1950 (2008) and Alegoria Moderna. Crítica literária e história da literatura na obra de Sérgio Buarque de Holanda (2014).
Pedro M. Cátedra (Professor Universidad de Salamanca, Spain)
“La autoridad de las letras en los siglos XVI y XVII
Monday, February 9, 2015 • 4:00 PM. Room N-3060 – Melville Library
Thanks to Prof. Susan Martin Márquez for her wonderful talk!!
Luis Fretes Carreras (Centro de Estudos Internacionais, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa)
CARTAS SOBRE LA GUERRA DE LA TRIPLE ALIANZA Y LOS NUEVOS EQUILIBRIOS EN EL RÍO DE LA PLATA
Wednesday, October 22, 2014, from 1.00 pm to 2.15 pm
LACC Seminar Room, Social and Behavioral Sciences N320
The Department of Hispanic Languages and Literature, the Program in Public Health, the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Center, the Humanities Institute, and the departments of Philosophy and Cultural Analysis and Theory invite you to the upcoming conference:
L A T I N O P E D A G O G I E S : Theorizing a Transnational Experience
OCTOBER 17, 2014, THE POETRY CENTER, Humanities 2001, STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
9:45 am: Opening Remarks
10:00-10:50 am: U.S. Latino/a Poems as Social Media: A Performalist Pedagogy
Urayoán Noel, New York University
11:00-11:50 am: Sociolinguistic Perspectives on the Construction of Latinidad: Language and the Classification of Latina/os in the US Census
Jennifer Leeman, George Mason University
12:00-12:50 pm: Pedagogies of the Brown Queer
Richard T. Rodríguez, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
2:30-3:20 pm: Grey’s (Multi-ethnic) Anatomy: A Corazón Abierto and the Racial Politics of Format Adaptation
Yeidy Rivero, University of Michigan
3:30-4:20 pm: Circuits of the Sacred: Preliminary Thoughts on Eros, Spirit and Pedagogy
Carlos Ulises Decena, Rutgers University
4:30-5:20 pm: Aquí y Allá: Transnational Ties, Gender, and Latino Immigrant Health
Carmela Alcántara, Columbia University Medical Center
TALK organized by Memory in the Disciplines and the Dept of Hispanic Languages and Literature
Prof. Alejandro Baer (Univ of Minnesota)
Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at the
Discussant: Prof Daniela Flesler (Stony brook Univ)
October 2, 2:30pm to 3:50 pm
The Poetry Center (Humanities 2001). Click here for poster!
International Conference: "Mentiras y secretos en el teatro hispánico del Siglo de Oro".
Friday Oct 3, 2014 from 9.30 am to 5.45 pm, Humanities 2001
Fernando A. Blanco (Bucknell University)
Thursday, September 11, 2014 at 2pm
Lunch will be provided at 1pm (see poster here)
Fernando A. Blanco is Assistant Professor of Spanish at Bucknell University. He is author of Desmemoria y Perversión. Privatizar lo Público, Mediatizar lo Intimo, Administrar lo Privado (2010). Additionally he has edited Reinas de Otro Cielo. Modernidad y Autoritarismo en la Obra de Pedro Lemebel (2004) and Desdén al infortunio: Sujeto, comunicación y público en la narrativa de Pedro Lemebel (2010). His research interests include memory narratives in the Southern Cone and Central America within the framework provided by Trauma and Holocaust Studies and sexuality studies focusing on the textual representation of sexual minorities and the struggle for sexual citizenship in the Latin American region.
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Tertulia Literaria: Spring Poetry Reading 2015.
Screenings and talks
April 17, 21 and 22, 2015