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  • Oct
    4
    European Studies guest lecture - Bernd Kortlander "Poet Unknown: The Expulsion of Heinrich Heine from German Literature"
    Oct. 4th, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
    114 Gore hall
    Heinrich Heine is one of Germany and Europe’s greatest Romantic poets. Yet Heine was gradually removed from the canon of German letters between the late nineteenth century and the National Socialist regime. Why? Professor Bernd Kortländer, a leading specialist on the poet, explores the elements of Heine’s oeuvre that clashed with the cultural politics of various nationalist standpoints. Heine’ s famous poem, “Loreley,” illustrates these various phases of reception, including its virulent rejection by the Nazis, who strove to erase Heine completely from German literary tradition.
    Co-sponsored by the Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures
     
  • Oct
    5
    Lecture & Reception with Dennis Carr
    Oct. 5th, 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
    004 Kirkbride
    In conjunction with the exhibition “Made in the Americas: The New World Discovers Asia” at Winterthur Museum and the Department of Art History, the Latin American & Iberian Studies program is sponsoring a lecture by Dennis Carr, Carolyn and Peter Lynch Curator of American Decorative Arts and Sculpture, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
    This is part of a lecture series to explore Spain’s early global engagement in the fields of trade, art, material culture, and literature.
    Reception starting at 5:00 in 203 Munroe Hall; lecture in 004 Kirkbride starting at 6:00 pm
     
  • Oct
    18
    Asia in the US Presidential Election - a panel discussion
    Oct. 18th, 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
    001 Mitchell Hall
    A moderated panel discussion on varied topics concerning Asia and the US presidential campaign. Dr. Darryl Flaherty, Director of Asian Studies, will moderate a panel consisting of Troy Stangarone of Korea Economic Institute of America and Dr. Alice Ba, Associate Professor of Political Science & International Relations.
     
  • Oct
    25
    Living the Life: Fear, Privatism, and Presentism in Elite Brazilian Condominiums and US Gated Communities
    Oct. 25th, 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
    208 Gore Hall
    Guest Lecture by Rafael Estrada Mejia, Ph.D., State University of São Paulo (UNESP), Presidente Prudente, Brazil
    Presented by the Department of Anthropology, co-sponsored by Latin American & Iberian Studies, the Center for Global & Area Studies, the Center for Black Culture, Departments of Black American Studies, Geography, and History.
    Open to the public. For further information contact Dr. Carla Guerron Montero (cguerron@udel.edu or 302-831-3362)
     
  • Oct
    27
    Lecture - Carla Rahn Philips “Expanding Horizons in the Spanish World”
    Oct. 27th, 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
    204 Kirkbride
    In conjunction with the exhibition “Made in the Americas: The New World Discovers Asia” at Winterthur Museum, the Latin American & Iberian Studies program is sponsoring a lecture by Carla Rahn Phillips, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Minnesota. The location of this lecture will be announced.
    This is part of a lecture series to explore Spain’s early global engagement in the fields of trade, art, material culture, and literature.
     
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  • Bernd Kortlander ​"Poet Unknown: The Expulsion of Heinrich Heine from German Literature"

    Oct. 4 at 7:00 pm in 114 Gore Hall

    European Studies program lecture

    Heinrich Heine is one of Germany and Europe’s greatest Romantic poets. Yet Heine was gradually removed from the canon of German letters between the late nineteenth century and the National Socialist regime. Why?

    Professor Bernd Kortländer, a leading specialist on the poet, explores the elements of Heine’s oeuvre that clashed with the cultural politics of various nationalist standpoints. Heine’ s famous poem, “Loreley,” illustrates these various phases of reception, including its virulent rejection by the Nazis, who strove to erase Heine completely from German literary tradition.

    Co-sponsored by the Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures

    Download flyer here: https://publish.cgas.udel.edu/content-sub-site/Documents/Kortlander%20flyer%20final.pdf

  • Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Track PhD lecture

    ​Oct. 5, Reception starting at 5:00 in 203 Munroe Hall; lecture in 004 Kirkbride starting at 6:00 pm

    Latin American and Iberian Studies program and Department of Art History lecture

    In conjunction with the exhibition “Made in the Americas: The New World Discovers Asia” at Winterthur Museum and the Department of Art History, the Latin American & Iberian Studies program is sponsoring a lecture by Dennis Carr, Carolyn and Peter Lynch Curator of American Decorative Arts and Sculpture, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

    This is part of a lecture series to explore Spain’s early global engagement in the fields of trade, art, material culture, and literature.

    Reception starting at 5:00 in 203 Munroe Hall; lecture in 004 Kirkbride starting at 6:00 pm

  • Dialogues from the Global South

    Oct. 25 at 5:00 pm in Gore 208 (reception will follow)

    Latin American and Iberian Studies program and Department of Anthropology lecture

    "Living the Life: Fear, Privatism, and Presentism in Elite Brazilian Condominiums and US Gated Communities"

    Guest Lecture by Rafael Estrada Mejia, Ph.D., State University of São Paulo (UNESP), Presidente Prudente, Brazil

    Presented by the Department of Anthropology, co-sponsored by Latin American & Iberian Studies, the Center for Global & Area Studies, the Center for Black Culture, Departments of Black American Studies, Geography, and History.

    Open to the public. For further information contact Dr. Carla Guerron Montero (cguerron@udel.edu or 302-831-3362)

     

    Download flyer here: https://publish.cgas.udel.edu/content-sub-site/Documents/DialoguesfromGlobalSouthFinalVersion.pdf

  • “Expanding Horizons in the Spanish World”

    Oct. 27 at 5:30 pm in 204 Kirkbride

    Latin American and Iberian Studies lecture

    In conjunction with the exhibition "Made in the Americas: The New World Discovers Asia" at Winterthur Museum, the Latin American & Iberian Studies program is sponsoring a lecture by Carla Rahn Phillips, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Minnesota. The location of this lecture will be announced.

    This is part of a lecture series to explore Spain's early global engagement in the fields of trade, art, material culture, and literature.

     

    Download flyer here: https://publish.cgas.udel.edu/content-sub-site/Documents/Fall2016LAIS_Lecture_Series_poster%20final.pdf

  • Charles King, Georgetown University "Europe, Turkey, and the Age of the Refugee: What the Past Can Teach Us About the Present Crisis"

    Nov. 2 at 4:00 pm in 037 Memorial Hall

    European Studies program lecture

    In this talk based on his book Midnight at the Pera Palace: The Birth of Modern Istanbul, Charles King sheds light on the early history of the Turkish Republic and, more broadly, the moment in European history when Westerners were often needy immigrants and Easterners their reluctant hosts. The interwar years were an era of urban reinvention and imperial collapse, but they were also what King calls the hidden Islamic jazz age: a moment when the center of the Ottoman Empire began to transform itself into a modern metropolis. Through war, regime change, and refugee flight, Istanbul emerged as a new kind of cosmopolitan center.

     

    Co-sponsored with the Islamic Studies program, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Center for Global and Area Studies.

     

    Download flyer here: https://publish.cgas.udel.edu/content-sub-site/Documents/King%20flyer.pdf

  • Ricardo Padron “Remapping China: Escalante, Mendoza, and the Global Cartography of the Spanish Pacific”

    ​Nov. 10 at 5:30 pm in 204 Kirkbride

    Latin American and Iberian Studies program and Department of Art History lecture

    In conjunction with the exhibition "Made in the Americas: The New World Discovers Asia" at Winterthur Museum, the Latin American & Iberian Studies program is sponsoring a lecture by Ricardo Padrón, Associate Professor of Spanish, University of Virginia. The location of this lecture will be announced.

    This is part of a lecture series to explore Spain's early global engagement in the fields of trade, art, material culture, and literature.

     

    Download flyer here: https://publish.cgas.udel.edu/content-sub-site/Documents/Fall2016LAIS_Lecture_Series_poster%20final.pdf

  • Asia in the US Presidential Election

    ​Oct. 18 at 4:00 pm in 104 Willard Hall

    Asian Studies program lecture

    A moderated panel discussion on varied topics concerning Asia and the US presidential campaign. Dr. Darryl Flaherty, Director of Asian Studies, will moderate a panel consisting of Troy Stangarone of Korea Economic Institute of America and Dr. Alice Ba, Associate Professor of Political Science & International Relations.

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