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Actividades en New York University, King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center
 

Presentarán un seminario sobre el español: El español como ideología en la era de la globalización
(New York)  
 

Monday, March 28, 6:15 p.m.
Lecture: Iberia: Islam's 8th-Century Bridgehead by NYU Professor David Levering Lewis (History, FAS)

Tuesday, March 29, 7:15 p.m.
Cine sin Taquilla: Documentales
- Cravan vs. Cravan. 2002. Directed by Isaki Lacuesta.
Isaki Lacuesta's debut documentary, Cravan vs. Cravan, spins a riveting hour and a half out of the strange life and stranger death of the marginal figure of Oscar Wilde’s descendant Arthur Cravan- the early 20th-century poet, boxer and Dadaist who made his life his art. The stranger-than-fiction raw material is compelling and the successful intersection between reality and fiction makes this film one of the most risky exercises of documentary making produced in Spain.

In Spanish, Catalan, French and English with English subtitles. 100 minutes.

Wednesday, March 30, 6:15 p.m.
 Lecture: “Spain - One year after March 11 by William Chislett, Visiting Journalist

Thursday, March 31, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Session topic: Subjects, Ethics, Truth with Peter Hallward, Lecturer in French at King's College, London, author of Absolutely Postcolonial: Writing Between the Singular and the Specific, and Badiou: A Subject to Truth (Univ. of Minnesota UP 2003) and by Gabriela Basterra, NYU Professor of Spanish and Portuguese.

 

Thursday, March 31 and Friday April 1, 6:15 p.m. (download program)
Seminar: El español como ideología en la era de la globalización
How do institutions such as the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, the
Instituto Cervantes, Real Academia Española, the Brazilian parliament, or Mercorsur discuss and use the Spanish language? What does speaking Spanish mean in Valencia, A Coruña, Oaxaca, San Diego, or New York? How do local and global phenomena affect representations of Spanish?

Lecturers will be: Mauro Fernández Rodríguez, Universidad de A Coruña
(Spain); Rainer Enrique Hamel, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (Mexico); Angel López García-Molins, Universitat de València (Spain); and Kathryn Woolard, University of California, San Diego (USA).
Organized by José del Valle, The Graduate Center-CUNY

Organizado por José del Valle (CUNY) y auspiciado por el Centro Rey Juan Carlos I de España de NYU con la colaboración del Ph.D. Program in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Languages del Graduate Center de CUNY y el Research Institute for the Study of Language in Urban Society de CUNY

Friday, April 1, 12:00 noon.
Lunchtime Colloquium on Immigration in Spain – a vital issue not much know outside Spain. (The population has increased by around 3 million in recent years and it is not because Spanish women are having babies - their fertility rate remains almost the lowest in the world).
For NYU faculty and students by William Chislett, Visiting Journalist


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