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Lecture Series: Images/Imaging
Lecture by Prof. Clara Rodríguez (Fordham University) on the role of Latino stars in Hollywood throughout time. Her book: Heroes, Lovers, and Others – The Story of Latinos in Hollywood (OUP. January 2008) will be on sale after the talk.
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Monday, February 25, 6:15 p.m.

Lecture Series: Images/Imaging
Lecture by Prof. Clara Rodríguez (Fordham University) on the role of Latino stars in Hollywood throughout time. Her book: Heroes, Lovers, and Others – The Story of Latinos in Hollywood (OUP. January 2008) will be on sale after the talk.

Images/Imaging will be devoted to exploring the creation, role, and meaning of images, across the history of science, film, and newsreels.
Heroes, Lovers, and Others tells the fascinating history of Latino actors in American film from the silent era to today. Rodriguez examines such Latino legends as Desi Arnaz, Dolores del Rio, Rita Hayworth, Raquel Welch, Anthony Quinn, Selma Hayek, and Antonio Banderas More than just a collection of celebrity stories, the book explores the attitudes, cultural conditions, and assumptions that influenced the portrayal of Latinos in film as well as their reception by the public. Heroes, Lovers, and Others is a comprehensive volume packed with carefully researched information and analysis for both students and cinema enthusiasts alike.
Clara Rodriguez Professor of Sociology, Fordham University. Currently at work on an update of the classic Coser, Kadushin and Powell text, Books: The Culture and Commerce of Publishing , which will be published by Stanford University Press. She has also been a consultant to a number of television shows and documentaries, most recently, "Dora, the Explorer" and "Sesame Street."
Reception to follow.




Tuesday, February 26, 7:15 p.m.

Documenta Spain 2008, curated by Marta Sánchez
CAN TUNIS, directed by José González Morandi, Paco Toledo, 86 min., Spain, 2006. In Spanish with English subtitles. The film will be introduced by María del Mar Gómez and Patricia López, NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese.

Juan and his eight brothers and sisters and dozens of cousins live in Can Tunis. He fills his days with singing, dancing, mischief and worse. His mother is in jail and his father tries to take care of the family as well as he can. Can Tunis is a seedy suburb of Barcelona. Since the 1980s, it's the place where drug addicts come to get their fix. Can Tunis is a sincere and poignant portrait of a neighbourhood in utter disorder. How will these people ever be able to hold out in a better area of Barcelona?




Thursday, February 28, 7:15 p.m.

Migrant Memories – Precarious Lives: Rethinking Transculturation, curated by Encarnación Gutierrez-Rodríguez
Film: La memoria interior (Dir.: Maria Ruido, 33 min.), followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker Maria Ruido and Encarnación Gutierrez-Rodríguez (Visiting Professor, Five Colleges Women's Studies Research Centre, Smith College). With English subtitles.

Maria Ruido takes the history of emigration of her parents from Spain to Germany to reflect upon the mechanism of forgetting and remembering historical events. For more info on the movie check: http://www.hamacaonline.net/obra.php?id=194
Reception to follow.
With the collaboration of NYU’s Deutsches Haus www.nyu.edu/deutscheshaus/








Friday, February 29, 6:15 p.m. (download flyer)

KJCC Poetry Series, curated by Lila Zemborain
Two Poets in Catalan: Anna Aguilar-Amat (Barcelona) and Arnau Pons (Majorca). Introduced by Melcion Mateu. Co-sponsored by the Institut Ramon Llull and The Catalan Center at NYU.

The event will be presented by Mary Ann Newman, director, The Catalan Center at NYU.

Anna Aguilar-Amat (Barcelona, 1962) is a professor of Terminology at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. She is the author of Trànsit entre dos vols (2001), Música i escorbut (2002, translated into English as Music and Scurvy), and Jocs de l¹oca (2006), among other books. She has been awarded some of the most prestigious literary prizes in Catalan, such as Carles Riba and the Jocs Florals de Barcelona. Since 2003, Aguilar-Amat is president of QUARKpoesia with the aim to promote poetry translation of less translated languages.

Arnau Pons (Felanitx, Mallorca, 1965) is the author of poetry books such as A desclòs, and Desertar, self-published by Negranit. He has translated the work of Paul Celan, Mário de Sá-Carneiro, Herberto Helder, Dino Campana, and Ingeborg Bachmann, among others. As a literary critic it is worth mentioning his work with Jean Bollack (Piedra de corazón, 2002, and Poesía contra poesía, 2005) on Paul Celan. Pons has developed and independent and yet very important task as a publisher and editor of literary criticism and poetry in translation.

Bilingual reading: Catalan / Spanish.

Reception to follow.















 
 
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