Upcoming Events

Online Event | KJCC/ S & P/ Institut Ramon Llull | Catalan Novel in Translation

Online Event | KJCC/ S & P/ Institut Ramon Llull | Catalan Novel in Translation

Friday, February 26, 2021, 2:00pm EST This event will be ONLINE and in ENGLISH Join Zoom webinar HERE Roundtable with: Mary Ann Newman (Scholar-in-Residence, NYU KJCC) Peter Bush (Literary Translator) Chad W. Post (Open Letter Books/University of Rochester) Helena Buffery (University College Cork, Ireland) Introduced by Michael Gatan (NYU) Moderated by Jordana Mendelson (NYU) Mary Ann Newman is a translator, independent scholar, and cultural administrator who brings Catalan culture to the U.

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Isabel Do Diego - 2020/ 21 KJCC Artist-in-Residence
Online Work Premiere

Isabel Do Diego - 2020/ 21 KJCC Artist-in-Residence Online Work Premiere

Tuesday, March 2, 2021, 2:30pm EST SONORIDAD.ES Isabel Do Diego has created an original piece commissioned by KJCC as part of their residency. You will have exclusive access to intimate memories and striking images around the sound universe of DEPUEBLO, Isabel Do Diego’s latest sound project. This project is located at the intersection of traditional Andalusian folklore and machine-driven explorations on the prosthetic body.

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Isabel Do Diego - 2020/ 21 KJCC Artist-in-Residence
Closing Event - Screening and Q&A with Isabel Do Diego and Daniel Valtueña

Isabel Do Diego - 2020/ 21 KJCC Artist-in-Residence Closing Event - Screening and Q&A with Isabel Do Diego and Daniel Valtueña

Friday, March 11, 2021 2:30pm EST In Spanish. Captioning will be provided. SONORIDAD.ES Isabel Do Diego will close their residency at KJCC in a conversation with Daniel Valtueña, curator of the Artist-in-Residence series. They will discuss their creative process and engage in a conversation with the audience. A screening of their commissioned piece will precede the discussion. Follow the screening and discussion here

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Online Event | Andrés Bello Postdoctoral Fellowship - Sebastián Figueroa | Toxic Agriculture. Transgenic seeds, Pesticides, and Monoculture in Contemporary Fiction from Latin America

Introduced by Jens Andermann (Professor, NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese). Respondent: Gisela Heffes (Associate Professor of Latin American literature, Rice University) Thursday, May 6, 2021, 2:00pm EST This event will be ONLINE and in ENGLISH Live stream on facebook.com/kjccnyu/live In this talk, Sebastián Figueroa explores the perversions of agro-capitalism in Lina Meruane’s Fruta podrida (2007), Samanta Schweblin’s Distancia de rescate (2014) and Juan Cárdenas’ El diablo de las provincias (2017).

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