Barker Ctr, Kresge Foundation Room, 12 Quincy St, Cambridge, MA
Transatlantic culture often presents itself as a narrative of encounter and dialogue that transcend the limits of the local. However, the trace of colonialism, the living memory of exile, and an uneven distribution of economic, political, and symbolic power haunts transatlantic imagination. This conference aims to explore the many ways in which antagonisms, uneasy pluralism, and tense negotiations of difference overdetermine sites of Transatlantic cultural practices. Read more about SPACES OF CONFRONTATION. III INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE IN TRANSATLANTIC STUDIES
RCC Main Conference Room, 26 Trowbridge St., Cambridge MA
A founding member and the director of the Compañía delabarca, Nuria Alkorta has been professor of Interpretation at the Royal School of Advanced Dramatic Art in Madrid since 1999. She launched her teaching career in 1996 in Harvard’s Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, where she developed courses on the Spanish language, studied through classic dramatic texts. Read more about Interpreting the Dramatic Characters of Calderón
Tino Villanuevase dio a conocer como poeta con el poemario, Hay otravoz poems (1972), un título bilingüe, puesto que escribe tanto en español como en inglés. Hasta la fecha lleva editados siete poemarios, entre ellos Scene fromthe Movie GIANT (1993), ganador del Premio al Libro
Boylston Hall 237. Department of the Classics. Harvard Yard
RCC is pleased to advertise this session of the ongoing seminar by "Thiasos: early-career working group in the Classics." The group includes faculty and affiliated postdoctoral fellows at the department of the Classics at Harvard University and Bard College.
As part of this session, participants will discuss papers that have been pre-circulated in advance.