Upcoming Events

CWS: Third Round Table “Ten years of the MFA”

CWS: Third Round Table “Ten years of the MFA”

Presented by Clairette Atri, Marta Sanchís, Guillermo Severiche | Moderator: Rubén Ríos Ávila Participants: Javier Peñalosa (México): Ha sido Becario del Fondo Nacional para la Cultura, de la Fundación para las Letras Mexicanas y del New York Fund for the Arts. En 2017 obtuvo el Premio Joaquín Xirau Icaza del Colegio de México por su libro de poesía Los que regresan. Fernanda Trías (Uruguay): Narradora uruguaya. Autora de las novelas Cuaderno para un solo ojo, La azotea y La ciudad invencible, y el volumen de cuentos No soñarás flores.

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CWS: Second Round Table “Ten years of the MFA”

CWS: Second Round Table “Ten years of the MFA”

Introduced by Ángel Antonio Ruiz, Marta Mearin y Franco Cárcamo | Moderated by Mariela Dreyfus Participants: Adalber Salas Hernández (Caracas, 1987). Poeta, ensayista, traductor. Autor de varios libros, entre ellos Extranjero (bid&co. editor, 2010; Común Presencia, 2012), Salvoconducto (XXXVI Premio de Poesía Arcipreste de Hita; Pre-textos, 2015) o mínimos (Amargord, 2016). Asimismo, ha publicado traducciones de Marguerite Duras, Antonin Artaud, Charles Wright, Mário de Andrade, Hart Crane y Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau.

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CWS: First Round Table “Ten years of the MFA”

CWS: First Round Table “Ten years of the MFA”

Introduced by Lila Zemborain Participants: Ezequiel Zaidenwerg, Soledad Marambio and Juan Manuel Robles Sponsored by NYU MFA Creative Writing in Spanish Program. In Spanish / Reception to follow Free and Open to the Public. Id required at the door.

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Creative Writing in Spanish Program: “Ten years of the MFA”

Creative Writing in Spanish Program: “Ten years of the MFA”

Presenters Jo Labanyi and Rubén Ríos Ávila Participants Sergio Chejfec, Mariela Dreyfus, Diamela Eltit, Jo Labanyi, Lina Meruane, Sylvia Molloy, Alejandro Moreno and Lila Zemborain. Sponsored by NYU MFA Program of Creative Writing in Spanish. Free and Open to the Public. Id required at the door.

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Panel: The Performing Arts in Spanish in New York

Panel: The Performing Arts in Spanish in New York

New York Foundation for the Arts is pleased to present, in collaboration with Consulado de España en Nueva York and King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, The Performing Arts in New York (Las Artes Escénicas en Nueva York). This panel discussion will be held in Spanish and will bring together performing arts professionals providing access and practical advice and sharing insights and strategies to strengthen their artistic practice.

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Cuban Millennials: Making and Consuming Culture in Twenty-First Century Cuba

Cuban Millennials: Making and Consuming Culture in Twenty-First Century Cuba

The discussion will feature Cuban-born millennial designers, artists, and journalists who will discuss the making and consumption of culture and media on the island: Carlos Manuel Álvarez, Editor, El Estornudo; Elaine Díaz Rodríguez, Editor, Periodismo de Barrio; Yali Romagoza, Fashion Designer and Multimedia Artist; and Rodolfo Peraza, Video Game Artist. With the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s Sawyer Seminars Program. The event, which will be held in English and Spanish with simultaneous translation in both languages, is free and open to the public.

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KJCC Poetry Series in The Literary Mews Festival | Female Writers And Resistance

KJCC Poetry Series in The Literary Mews Festival | Female Writers And Resistance

KJCC Poetry Series, curated by Lila Zemborain, presents the discussion “Female Writers And Resistance” in the context of The Literary Mews Festival, NYU’s initiative for PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature: “This timely conversation will focus on the writer’s individual approaches to activism and resistance in writing practice, and explores politics, gender, and identity through the lens of the female writer.” Other Events of The Literary Mews Festival at NYU

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Panel 4 | Amnesty International Spain: When Crime is at Home - Journalism and Compromise: Denouncing a Past that Persists. From the Valle de los Caídos [Valley of the Fallen] to the Rise of the Far-Right

Panel 4 | Amnesty International Spain: When Crime is at Home - Journalism and Compromise: Denouncing a Past that Persists. From the Valle de los Caídos [Valley of the Fallen] to the Rise of the Far-Right

VIDEO RECORDING OF THE EVENT: _This series weighs the effects of violent repression during forty years of Franco’s dictatorship, even as we assess the persistence of official silence and a crisis of national memory through the last forty years of Spanish democracy. This series of conversations consider how instruments of remembering and reparation have emerged beyond state sectors, and in the absence of government policies, opening important breaches of recovery and reclamation for victims and their descendants.

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Civic Empowerment through Journalism - A conversation with Montse Armengou & Richard Schweid

Civic Empowerment through Journalism - A conversation with Montse Armengou & Richard Schweid

VIDEO OF THE EVENT: Award-winning journalists Richard Schweid (Oscar nominee for the movie “Balseros”, 2002) and Montse Armengou - NYU King Juan Carlos I of Spain Chair in Spanish Culture and Civilization Spring 2017- will discuss the potential of documentary films and investigative journalism as means of civic empowerment. Excerpts from their works “Do You Really Know What You Eat?” and “Pill In Search Of An Illness” will be screened during the event.

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CWS | Edgardo Rodríguez Juliá: Between Fiction and Non-Fiction

CWS | Edgardo Rodríguez Juliá: Between Fiction and Non-Fiction

Presentation of Puerto Rican essayist and novelist Edgardo Rodríguez Juliá. Introduced by Rubén Ríos Ávila. Edgardo Rodriguez Julia Edgardo Rodríguez Juliá. Puerto Rico, 1946 Autor de Cartagena (finalista del Premio Planeta-Joaquín Mortiz en 1994), El camino de Yyaloide (1994), Sol de Medianoche (1995, galardonada con el Premio Bolívar Pagán del Instituto de Literatura de Puerto Rico en el 2001). Las obras de la próxima década son: Elogio de la fonda (2000), Caribeños (2002) y Mapa de una pasión literaria (2003).

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CWS | Autocinema. Presentation of Mexican poet Gaspar Orozco’s collection

CWS | Autocinema. Presentation of Mexican poet Gaspar Orozco’s collection

Autocinema. Presentation of Mexican poet Gaspar Orozco’s recent collection, in a bilingual edition translated by New York-based poet and translator Mark Weiss, in dialogue with Mariela Dreyfus. Introduced by Luis Madrigal. Gaspar Orozco. Gaspar Orozco. Chihuahua, México, 1971 Ha publicado los libros Abrir fuego, el volumen colectivo, El silencio de lo que cae y Notas del País de Z. Ha traducido poemas chinos de la dinastía Tang y poetas de lengua inglesa.

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The Museum of the Old Colony | Roundtable Discussion

The Museum of the Old Colony | Roundtable Discussion

A discussion engaging The Museum of the Old Colony and taking up the politics of representation in photography, the cultural impact of colonialism, and the image repertoires and national imaginaries of Puerto Rico. Panel Arlene Davila - Cultural Anthropologist, New York University David Gonzalez - Journalist, Sidestreet Columnist, Editor, LensBlog, The New York Times Nelson Rivera - Artist/Curator, University of Puerto Rico Erika P. Rodriguez - Photographer Respondent: Pablo Delano, Creator, Museum of the Old Colony, Professor of Fine Arts, Trinity College

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CWS - Temporales

CWS - Temporales

Presentation of Temporales Review (the review of the MFA in Creative Writing in Spanish of NYU). Participants: Lila Zemborain Lila Zemborain is an Argentine author of several collections of poetry: Abrete sésamo debajo del agua (1993), Usted (1998), Guardianes del secreto (2002), translated into English as Guardians of the Secret (2009), Malvas orquídeas del mar (2004), translated into English as Mauve Sea-Orchids (2007), Rasgado (2006) –translated into French as Déchiré (2013), El rumor de los bordes (2011), Diario de la hamaca paraguaya (2014), Materia blanda (2014).

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CWS - Antonio José Ponte: "La Tempestá, una bibioteca de prósperos”

CWS - Antonio José Ponte: "La Tempestá, una bibioteca de prósperos”

Introduced by Licia Fiol-Matta (NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese) Antonio José Ponte (Matanzas, Cuba, 1964) is considered one of the most prestigious Cuban essayists. Among the most notable of his books are Las comidas profundas (Deleatur, Angers, 1997), Un seguidor de Montaigne mira La Habana/Las comidas profundas (Verbum, 2001), El libro perdido de los origenistas (Aldus, México, 2002). His and El abrigo de aire. Ensayos sobre literatura cubana (Adriana Viterbo, 2001).

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Aristocrats, Tarts, and Wastrels in 1932 Barcelona: The Private Lives of Josep Maria de Sagarra VIDEO AVAILABLE

Aristocrats, Tarts, and Wastrels in 1932 Barcelona: The Private Lives of Josep Maria de Sagarra VIDEO AVAILABLE

In 1930, Barcelona—an old industrial city straining under a military dictatorship—was enjoying the financial spoils of both World War I neutrality and the building explosion of the 1929 Universal Exposition. Yet a crucial political change was about to take place. When the Republic was declared in 1931, a new bourgeoisie began to supplant the old. With ironic detachment, Josep Maria de Sagarra captured the moment in an unparalleled novel, Private Life (1932).

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Food Ecologies: Spaces of Production and Consumption in 21st Century Cuba

Food Ecologies: Spaces of Production and Consumption in 21st Century Cuba

Sawyer Seminar “Cuban Futures Beyond The Market” _Food Ecologies: Spaces of Production and Consumption in 21st Century Cuba_ delved in the dynamics of production, distribution, preparation, consumption, and commercialization of food in contemporary Cuba. Acclaimed food writer Anya von Bremzen and awarded director Asori Soto commented on their most recent projects, having both returned from Cuba, where von Bremzen conducted research in preparation for her next book on Cuban paladares (privately-owned restaurants legalized in the 1990s) and Soto was filming for AirBnB while editing his documentary Cuban Food Stories.

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Granados at NYU

Granados at NYU

This two-day festival celebrates the legacy of Enrique Granados through concerts, lectures, panel discussions, and master classes. Co-curated by doctoral candidate in Piano Studies Isabel Pérez Dobarro and Sergi Casanelles, Adjunct Faculty in Film Scoring. PANELS AT KJCC “Reconstructing the Concierto Patético” “Granados: Virtuoso and Teacher” Eduardus Halim (NYU Steinhardt, Sascha Gorodnitzki Chair in Piano Studies) Adam Kent (SUNY Oneonta, Music Faculty) José Menor (Enric Granados Auditorium, Pianist in Residence)

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Towers, Letters, and Ferris Wheels: Alternative Spaces for Cuban Writing

Towers, Letters, and Ferris Wheels: Alternative Spaces for Cuban Writing

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar “Cuban Futures Beyond the Market” presents: Alternative Spaces of Cuban Cultural Life: Torre de Letras, La Noria, and Colección G. Click to listen to the conversation that Cuban authors and critics Reina María Rodríguez, Gilberto Padilla, and Oscar Cruz, sustained with Walfrido Dorta (In-house Postdoctoral Fellow, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar “Cuban Futures Beyond the Market”). The event was introduced by Ana Dopico, Director of the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center.

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TRUMP FUTURES TEACH-IN

TRUMP FUTURES TEACH-IN

TRUMP FUTURES TEACH-IN RECORDING This urgent teach-in gathered the NYU community to make sense of a Donald Trump presidency and to consider the meaning and consequences for the United States and the world. Speakers included NYU faculty and students.

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KJCC Poetry Series - Carson y la decreación 3: Bianca Stone

KJCC Poetry Series - Carson y la decreación 3: Bianca Stone

Bianca Stone is a poet and visual artist, and the author of Someone Else’s Wedding Vows, Poetry Comics From the Book of Hours, and artist/collaborator on a special illustrated edition of Anne Carson’s Antigonick. She runs the Ruth Stone Foundation & Monk Books with her husband, the poet Ben Pease in Vermont. With the support of NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the MFA Program in Creative Writing in Spanish.

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Super Extra Grande: (Science) Fictions for a Small Island

Super Extra Grande: (Science) Fictions for a Small Island

A conversation with Cuban author YOSS, Walfrido Dorta and Maria Cabrera Arús, In-house Postdoctoral Fellows, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar “Cuban Futures Beyond The Market.” In English and Spanish. Reception to follow.

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Super Extra Grande: A Conversation with YOSS

Super Extra Grande: A Conversation with YOSS

Super Extra Grande: (Science) Fictions for a Small Island A Conversation with Cuban Author YOSS Click to listen to the conversation that María A. Cabrera Arús and Walfrido Dorta had with Cuban writer José Miguel Sánchez (Yoss) in the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center at New York University, on Friday October 28th, 2016 at 6:00 pm. The event was introduced by Ana M. Dopico, director of the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, and was part of the Sawyer seminar “Cuban Futures Beyond the Market.

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Eat Spain up! - Burgos: Rooted in Tradition

Eat Spain up! - Burgos: Rooted in Tradition

Journey into the province of Burgos, a Castilian region known for its no-nonsense approach to delicious food that is rooted in tradition. A short film screening will be followed by a food tasting and guided discussion with guest chefs and food experts. Screening: A COUNTRY TO EAT. Burgos: Roots [Spanish with English subt.] Irene Arzuaga, 2013 | Spain | 50 min. Ana Duato starts her journeys across Burgos at the Atapuerca archaeological site.

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Eat Spain up! - Madrid: Butterflies in the Stomach

Eat Spain up! - Madrid: Butterflies in the Stomach

THIS IS A TICKETED EVENT. GET YOUR TICKET HERE. Travel beyond the bustling capital city, into the unknown surrounding provinces. See the land, meet the people, and get a taste of the local flavor. A short film screening will be followed by a food tasting and guided discussion with discussion with guest chefs and food experts. Screening: A COUNTRY TO EAT. Madrid: Butterflies in the Stomach [Spanish with English subt.] Juan Echanove, 2010 | Spain | 40 min.

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Eat Spain up! - Extremadura: Born and Bred

Eat Spain up! - Extremadura: Born and Bred

A journey into the food and culture of Extremadura. A region where food and landscape are intimately joined; land of acorn fields and their famous inhabitants, the Iberian pig. Screening: A Country to Eat. Cáceres: ‘De Pata Negra’. [Spanish with English subt.] Irene Arzuaga, 2013 | Spain | 50 min. Ana Duato takes us on a trip into the province of Cáceres where we discover the centuries old tradition of raising the Iberian pig and learn the process of producing the world famous Iberian ham.

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Journalism in Mexico Now

Journalism in Mexico Now

With two of Mexico’s most prominent journalists: John M. Ackerman, one of Mexico’s leading public intellectuals, and David Brooks, U.S. correspondent for the Mexican daily La Jornada. Moderated by Roque Planas of The Huffington Post. John M. Ackerman is one of Mexico’s leading public intellectuals, writing bi-weekly columns at both the daily La Jornada and at Proceso magazine. He also writes frequently on Latin American politics for the international press, including Los Angeles Times, Foreign Policy, The Nation and The Atlantic.

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KJCC Poetry Series - Carson y la decreación 2: Luis Felipe Fabre / Ugly Duckling Presse

KJCC Poetry Series - Carson y la decreación 2: Luis Felipe Fabre / Ugly Duckling Presse

“Anne Carson and Decreation” (2) Participants: Luis Felipe Fabre and Ugly Duckling Presse Committee. Luis Felipe Fabre (1974) is a poet and critic based in Mexico City. He has published a volume of essays, Leyendo agujeros: Ensayos sobre (des)escritura, antiescritura y no escritura, and the poetry collections Cabaret Provenza, La sodomía en la Nueva España, and Poemas de terror y de misterio. He has been curator of the Poesía en Voz Alta Festival and Todos los originales serán destruídos, an exhibition of contemporary art made by poets.

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CWS: RECONSTRUCCIÓN DE LA ESCENA DEL CRIMEN: Ficción, archivo y memoria

CWS: RECONSTRUCCIÓN DE LA ESCENA DEL CRIMEN: Ficción, archivo y memoria

Creative Writing in Spanish presenta: “RECONSTRUCCIÓN DE LA ESCENA DEL CRIMEN: Ficción, archivo y memoria”, con la escritora chilena Nona Fernández. En diálogo con Diamela Eltit. Nona Fernández es escritora, actriz y guionista. Ha publicado las novelas Mapocho (2002), Av. 10 de Julio Huamachuco (2007), Fuenzalida (2012), Space invaders (2013) y Chilean Electric (2015). También ha publicado tres obras de dramaturgia teatral y es la autora de diversos guiones de teleseries.

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KJCC Poetry Series - Carson y la decreación 1: Rachel Levitsky

KJCC Poetry Series - Carson y la decreación 1: Rachel Levitsky

With the support of NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the MFA Program in Creative Writing in Spanish. The Creative Writing in Spanish Program acknowledges the generous support of Santander Bank through its Santander Universities Program.

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Storytelling Cuba: Jon Lee Anderson in Conversation

Storytelling Cuba: Jon Lee Anderson in Conversation

Join Jon Lee Anderson, Spring 2016 Andrés Bello Chair in Latin American Cultures and Civilizations, journalist, biographer, war correspondent and New Yorker staff writer, in his final public event entitled “Cubama: The U.S., Cuba and the Political Horizon.”

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Los misterios de Rita Indiana

Los misterios de Rita Indiana

Featuring Dominican writer, composer and vocalist Rita Indiana. Presented by Urayoán Noel. With the support of NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the MFA Program in Creative Writing in Spanish. The Creative Writing in Spanish Program acknowledges the generous support of Santander Bank through its Santander Universities Program.

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El tema racial en el arte cubano contemporáneo: de Queloides a Drapetomanía

El tema racial en el arte cubano contemporáneo: de Queloides a Drapetomanía

The KJCC Sawyer Seminar “Cuban Futures Beyond the Market: Geopolitics and Interpretive Infrastructures in Humanities, Social Science and the Law” invites you to a conversatorio with Alexis Esquivel. Alexis Esquivel is a Cuban visual and performance artist whose work has often explored themes of history, race, and identity, particularly in a Cuban cultural context. In Spanish.

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Cross-site videoconference by Anna Kazumi-Stahl, Director, NYU Buenos Aires

Cross-site videoconference by Anna Kazumi-Stahl, Director, NYU Buenos Aires

A Cross-site videoconference by Anna Kazumi-Stahl, Site Director at NYU in Buenos Aires. With the support of NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the MFA Program in Creative Writing in Spanish. The Creative Writing in Spanish Program acknowledges the generous support of Santander Bank through its Santander Universities Program.

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Beyond Sorrow: Rethinking Flamenco for the 21st Century

Beyond Sorrow: Rethinking Flamenco for the 21st Century

With flamenco singer Marina Heredia (Flamenco Festival New York), dancer, choreographer, writer, and organizer Paloma McGregor (Angela’s Pulse, Dancing While Black), Latina/o cultural theorist Josefina Saldaña-Portillo (NYU Department of Social and Cultural Analysis), artist and performance theorist Sebastian Calderón Bentin (NYU Tisch School of the Arts), and flamenco dancer and scholar K. Meira Goldberg (CUNY Grad Center, Fashion Institute of Technology.) Historically, flamenco artistry was generated as a dazzling, resistant response to the discrimination and poverty endured by the Roma of Spain and other marginalized communities in Andalusia.

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Homero Aridjis: The Child Poet

Homero Aridjis: The Child Poet

A conversation between renowned Mexican poet Homero Aridjis, author of the memoir The Child Poet, and his daughter, Chloe Aridjis, who translated the book to English. With the support of NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the MFA Program in Creative Writing in Spanish. The Creative Writing in Spanish Program acknowledges the generous support of Santander Bank through its Santander Universities Program.

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Yo persigo una forma: Presencia y vigencia de Darío

Yo persigo una forma: Presencia y vigencia de Darío

Poets and MFA former students Adalber Salas and Ezequiel Zaidenwerg will discuss on Nicaraguan poet Rubén Darío’s legacy a hundred years after his death. Presented by: Mariela Dreyfus and Lila Zemborain. With the support of NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the MFA Program in Creative Writing in Spanish. The Creative Writing in Spanish Program acknowledges the generous support of Santander Bank through its Santander Universities Program.

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SEIS PLUS: An Evening With The Bronx Photo League

SEIS PLUS: An Evening With The Bronx Photo League

The landscape may have changed, but the South Bronx is still home to photographers committed to documenting their neighborhoods from the inside. Chief among them are the members of the Bronx Photo League, a group whose recent Jerome Avenue Workers Project looks at a blue-collar community facing development and gentrification. Join us for a conversation with shooters David “Dee” Delgado, Nina Robinson, Rhynna Santos and Edwin Torres as we explore changing neighborhoods, technologies and audiences.

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Theoretical Approaches to Militant and Clandestine Images

Theoretical Approaches to Militant and Clandestine Images

Pablo La Parra Pérez (NYU), Lidia Mateo Leivas (CSIC). Respondents: Susana Draper (Princeton University), Allen Feldman (NYU), Sara Nadal-Melsió (NYU). Sponsored by NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese and NYU King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center. The seminar will take place at KJCC’s Portrait Room.

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Unpayable Debt: Capital, Activism and the Puerto Rican Financial Crisis

Unpayable Debt: Capital, Activism and the Puerto Rican Financial Crisis

With Frances Negrón (Columbia University), Juan González (Fall 2015 Andrés Bello Chair in Latin American Cultures and Civilizations), Carlos Pabón (University of Puerto Rico), and Rafael Bernabe (University of Puerto Rico). Co-moderated by Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé (Fordham University) and Rubén Ríos (NYU). This event will be in English. Co-sponsored by CLACS.

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Latino Performing Artists and Their Community

Latino Performing Artists and Their Community

Lin-Manuel Miranda, star of the Broadway hit Hamilton, and Sonia Manzano, _Sesame Street’s “_Maria,” in a public conversation with Juan González, Andrés Bello Chair in Latin American Cultures and Civilization at New York University. This unprecedented event, hosted by the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center and The Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty, Arts, Humanities and Diversity, took place on November 16 at 7:00 p.m. at NYU's Skirball Center for the Performing Arts (566 LaGuardia Place at Washington Square) **González**, the longtime _Daily News_ columnist and _Democracy Now_ co-host, will lead a dialogue with these acclaimed actors of stage and screen about their lives, their work, the arts, and the cultural politics that have shaped their careers and communities.

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Caribbean Subjects: Media, Culture and Representation

Caribbean Subjects: Media, Culture and Representation

Caribbean Subjects: Media, Culture and Representation This event will explore the uniqueness and the particularities of the cultural production and the ubiquitousness in the transnational cultural industries of Caribbean subjects. Bringing together a group of scholar of cultural industries, popular culture and race and gender dynamics in the region the presentations will explore the genealogies of Latino culture, the migration and cultural borrowing, cultural networks and the tensions between national identities and cosmopolitanism, high culture and popular culture.

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Hashtag Latinidad

Hashtag Latinidad

This panel will engage the potential and problematics of social media from a Latin@ perspective. Bringing together a scholar, an influencer, and a writer/performer, the panel seeks to move beyond simply celebratory or cautionary approaches in an effort to capture the complexity of Latin@ social media. We also hope to explore the hashtag as a tool for research, activism, and community and creative work. #HashLat. Panelists: Jillian Báez (College of Staten Island, CUNY), George Torres (Sofrito Media Group, @urbanjibaro), and Jennifer Tamayo (writer, performer, Managing Editor for Futurepoem).

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Expanding the Narrative: The Struggle for Latino Studies and American Higher Education

Expanding the Narrative: The Struggle for Latino Studies and American Higher Education

With Virginia Sánchez-Korrol (professor emerita and former chair of the Department of Puerto Rican and Latino Studies at Brooklyn College, City University of New York); and Carlos Muñoz Jr. (professor emeritus, Department of Ethnic Studies, UC Berkeley. and founding chair of the National Association of Chicano and Chicana Studies (NACCS)). Organized and moderated by Juan González, Fall 2015 Andrés Bello Chair in Latin American Cultures and Civilizations, Columnist for The Daily News, co-host of Democracy Now!

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The Young Lords and the Modern Latino Community - SOLD OUT

The Young Lords and the Modern Latino Community - SOLD OUT

With Johanna Fernandez (Assistant Professor of History, Baruch College; author of the forthcoming book, When the World Was Their Stage: A History of the Young Lords Party, 1968-1974.); Darrel Wanzer-Serrano (Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Pubic Advocacy, The University of Iowa; author of The New York Young Lords and the Struggle for Liberation); Iris Morales (former leader of the Young Lords Party and producer of the PBS documentary, Palante, Siempre Palante!

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