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Fall 2011

HighLights

A Screening of the Documentary "Mi chacra"
Raised in a small farming village in the mountains of southern Peru, Feliciano works as a porter on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in hopes of some day taking his son to live in the city. Framed by the seasons, Mi Chacra chronicles one year in Feliciano’s life, from the planting season in his community to the harvest, and through a season of work on the Inca Trail.
Thursday, November 17th, Lincoln Center, Rm 417 at 10AM - 11:30AM
   "El Dilema Perpetuo: Historia, Memoria y Arte Visual."
Special Guest Speaker, the artist and photographer will be visitiing Fordham.
Friday, November 18th, Lincoln Center, LL 908 at 10AM
  Jose Maria Arguedas, Legendary New York Latina Performance Artists

 

An international panel celebrating the centennial of Peruvian writer José María Arguedas.

Guest Speakers included:


Dr. Cecilia Esparza (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú), “‘A Boy with the Eyes and Ears of an Adult’: Self-Representation in the Epistolary Work of José María Arguedas.”


Dr. Anne Lambright (Trinity College), “Subject, Space, and the Feminine in the Narrative of José María Arguedas.”


Dr. Margarita Saona (University of Illinois at Chicago), “‘Woman’s Blood’: Race and Manhood in José María Arguedas.”

For further details please contact: Professor Cynthia Vich at vich@fordham.edu

Tuesday, October 18th, Lincoln Center, McMahon 109 at 6:30 PM

Impunity by all Means: National Symbols in Gender Violence in the Mexico-U.S. Border
Prof. G. Melissa Garcia gave two lectures. The first one was on the feminicidios in Juarez (see flyer attached) and the second will be in our core Latin(o) American class  in Dealy 406A. This second lecture was on area studies and how it pertains to us in Latin(o) American studies.

Tuesday, October 11th, Rose Hill, Dealy 406A at 5:30PM-8:00PM

Discussion with Lawrence Taylor
This talk explores the practice of moral geography and the political uses of death, we began with two widely publicized incidents: the death of fourteen migrants attempting to cross the desert in Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge, Pima, Arizona in 2001 and the shooting death of a park ranger in the nearby Organ Pipe National Monument, Ajo, Arizona in 2002. Taken up respectively by pro and anti immigration groups, these two death events were used by moral entrepreneurs in the continuing struggle to define the nature of the borderland desert landscape and the people who cross it. The talk examines that struggle as an element in whatI am calling moral geography: the process where by groups and individuals use landscapes todefine good and evil, sacred and profane, and national and individual identity.
Dealy Hall, Room 406 A, Rose Hill Campus
Tuesday, September 27th, 2011 at 5:30 PM
OTHER EVENTS
 LALSI Annual Holiday Celebration
The LALSI community celebrated the holidays in their annual gathering.
Friday, December 9th, Rose Hill Campus, 5PM
Legendary New York Latina Performance Artists
Readings by:
Magdalena Gomez, Author of Dancing in My Cockroach Killers, Artistic Director of Teatro V!da and NEA American Master Artist.
Josefina Baez,Author of Dominicanish and Founder/Artistic Director of Ay Ombe Theater Groupe.
Alina Troyano, AKA Carmelita Tropicana, Author of I, Carmelina Tropicana:Performing Between Cultures and Winner of the Obie Award.
 
Thursday, November 17th, Rose Hill, O'Keefe Commons at 1:00PM
JUNTOS Performance and Social Justice Talk
JUNTOS is a collective dance alliance of performance artists in NYC and California committed to social justice and community outreach through dance.
Thursday, November 17th, Lincoln Center, 12th Floor at 6PM - 8PM
"La Strada" and "Adapting Fellini to the Stage"
Teatro Stage Fest hosted two performances. This performance will include special guest playwright Mario Fratti, who wrote the Tony Award winning Broadway muscial Nine, based on Fellini's Oscar winning film 8 1/2. Contact the Latino International Thearter at 212-695-4010.
November 1st to November 6th, The Barrow Group Thearter at 312 W. 36th Street(Between 8th and 9th Avenues), 3rd Floor
  Talk with Novelist Sofia Quintero
 
Thursday, November 3rd, Lincoln Center, South Lounge, 12PM
  Lecture on the Impact of Socioeconomic Status
Dr. Carlos Vargas-Ramos, Research Associate at the Center for Puerto Rican Studies,Hunter College.
Monday, October 31st, Lincoln Center, LL 508, 6PM - 8PM
  Drawing the Masses: Spanish Culture During in the Spanish-Civil War
On October 11, 2011 Dr. Miriam Basilio gave a talk in my Spanish Civil War course titled "Drawing in the Masses: Visual Culture During the Spanish Civil War." All are welcome.
Tuesday, October 11th, Lincoln Center, Lowenstein 908 at 10:00AM-1:00PM



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