Iowa State University, Instituto Cervantes
Tipo de actividad:
Congreso, jornada, encuentro
Estados Unidos
Fecha de inicio: 
Viernes, 29 abril, 2011
Fecha de finalización: 
Viernes, 29 abril, 2011
Dirección postal completa: 
Instituto Cervantes de Chicago
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The Cervantes Symposium is one of the most significant gatherings of internationally-recognized scholars on the life and works of Miguel de Cervantes who meet once per year to share and discuss emerging research in the field.The Symposium is organized by Julia Domínguez from Iowa State University and sponsored by De Paul University, Iowa State University, and the Instituto Cervantes, with support from Glen Carman (DePaul University) and the Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies. It is free and open to the public but advanced registration is required. PROGRAM9:00-10:30 a.m.Session I-William Clamurro (Emporia State University). "Who is Berganza" "Sniffing out the Conundrums of the Coloquio". -Edward H. Friedman (Vanderbilt University). "Lost In La Mancha: Don Quijote, from The Outside".-Howard Mancing (Purdue University). "Story vs. Analysis in Cervantes and Alemán".10:45-12:15 p.m.Session II-David Castillo (SUNY at Buffalo). "Don Quixote and Road Movies".-Charles Victor Ganelin (Miami University). "Don Quijote as Museum". -Chad M. Gasta (Iowa State University). "Writing to be Heard: Performing Music in Don Quijote".1:45-3:15 p.m.Session III-Rosilie Hernández (University of Illinois at Chicago). "What is us" Cervantes and Early Modern Alternative Discourses on National Identity. -Michael J. McGrath (Georgia Southern University). From La Mancha to Manresa: Sancho Panza's Incarnational Spirituality. -Steven Wagschal (Indiana University, Bloomington). "Cervantes" Don Quixote, Descartes "Demon, and the Reader's Reasons".4:00 p.m.Keynote Address-James A. Parr (University of California, Riverside). "On Don Quixote: Selected Facets of a Multifaceted Work".

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