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Film Series: Scribes on Screen:
The figure of the writer in film
Puig...95% de humedad by Mausi Martínez
Wednesday, November 14, 7:00 p.m.
2nd Latin American Cultural Week in New York City
The Written Word on the Visual Arts
Women and the Spanish Civil War: A Roundtable Discussion.
(New York)

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Tuesday, November 13, 7:15 p.m.
Film Series: Scribes on Screen: 
The figure of the writer in film

Puig...95% de humedad by Mausi Martínez

Introduced by Javier Guerrero.

In conjunction with the inauguration of NYU’s new MFA program in Creative Writing in Spanish, we are pleased to present this yearlong series of films which feature writers as protagonists.  Co-sponsored by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.

This event is part of the 2nd Latin American Cultural Week in New York (LACW). For more information visit www.pamar.org

This event is also part of NYU’s International Education Week (IEW)  Nov. 12-16 (see below for more info).


Wednesday, November 14, 7:00 p.m.
2nd Latin American Cultural Week in New York City
The Written Word on the Visual Arts:

  • Francisca Sutil, Fine Arts Museum of Santiago de Chile’s Ed., presented by gallerist Nohra Haime
  • An encounter with ArtNexus in New York: “the magazine”
  • Hugo Consuegra. Iniversal Ed.: presented by editors Lisset Martínez and Gustavo Valdés
  • National Museum of the Death’s Aguascalientes Autonomous University’s Ed., Mexicoeception to follow.

    With the support of the Mexican Cultural Institute in New York.

    This event is part of the 2nd Latin American Cultural Week in New York (LACW). For more information visit www.pamar.org

    This event is also part of NYU’s International Education Week (IEW)  Nov.


    Thursday, November 15, 6:30 p.m.(download press release)
    Women and the Spanish Civil War: A Roundtable Discussion.
    With Temma Kaplan (Rutgers University), Jo Labanyi (New York University), Kristen Lubben (International Center of Photography), Jordana Mendelson (New York University) and Kathleen Vernon (SUNY Stony Brook). Organized by Jordana Mendelson.

    The Spanish Civil War (1936-39) corresponded with radical changes in the image and role of women in Europe.  This interdisciplinary roundtable discussion will explore particular cases of female photographers who covered the war, such as Gerda Taro and Kati Horna, as well as the representation of women in various media during the war. It will also address the position of women in key political and cultural organizations and the wartime policies that impacted women's ability to participate in these activities.

    This event is co-sponsored by the International Center of Photography on the occasion of the exhibitions "This is War! Robert Capa at Work", "Gerda Taro", "Other Weapons: Photography and Print Culture during the Spanish Civil War," and "Dark is the Room Where We Sleep: A Project by Francesc Torres" (September 2007-January 2008). For more info visit: www.icp.org

    This event is also part of NYU’s International Education Week (IEW)  Nov. 12-16 (see below for more info).


    iew

     

    November 12-16
    Don’t miss NYU’s International Education Week (IEW)

    Highlights include:

    - Monday, Nov. 12, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
    IEW Opening Reception, “A Deeper Shade of Green” – Images of Sustainability from Around the World with opening remarks by Vice Provost Yaw Nyarko, and refreshments
    -Kimmel Center, Commuter Lounge

    - Thursday, Nov. 15, 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.
    Human Rights and Transnational Corporations Lecture by Dr. Ludovic Hennebel,
    -OISS, 561 LaGuardia Place  RSVP for this lunch presentation

    - Thursday, Nov. 15, 7:00-10:00 p.m.
    Viva Brasil:  A Celebration of Brazilian Culture – live music, dancing, and food!
    -E& L Auditorium, 4th Floor Kimmel

    IEW is coordinated by the Office for International Students and Scholars with over 20 sponsoring organizations and offices.
    http://www.nyu.edu/oiss/programs/iew

    Take advantage of the many ways that NYU infuses a global perspective into academic and co-curricular programs.

    For the complete calendar, view here

    Due to the popularity of our programming and limited seating we recommend
    early arrival. Once the venue is full we do not allow the saving of seats.


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Wednesday, November 14, 7:00 p.m.
2nd Latin American Cultural Week in New York City
The Written Word on the Visual Arts:

  • Francisca Sutil, Fine Arts Museum of Santiago de Chile’s Ed., presented by gallerist Nohra Haime
  • An encounter with ArtNexus in New York: “the magazine”
  • Hugo Consuegra. Iniversal Ed.: presented by editors Lisset Martínez and Gustavo Valdés
  • National Museum of the Death’s Aguascalientes Autonomous University’s Ed., Mexico
 
 
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