Friday, April 14, 2017 at 9:00am to 5:00pm
Huntington Library, Roger's Classroom, June and Merle Banta Education Center 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA
"Sound Travels: From the Early Modern Stage to the Cinematic Spectacle"
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**Please note that the venue has changed for this event and will now take place in Roger's Classroom, June and Merle Banta Education Center at the Huntington.
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Coffee and Pastries
Roberto Diaz, Spanish and Portuguese, Comparative Literature, USC
"Calderón in Lima; or, Soundings of the Neo-Baroque"
Adam Gilbert, Thornton School of Music, USC
"Early Modern Marriages of Image, Text, and Music"
Dianna Niebylski, Hispanic and Italian Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago
"Between Mystics and Otolaryngologists: Desiring Women and Sonic Interference in Lucrecia Martel's The Holy Girl"
Laura Serna, Cinematic Arts, USC
"Listening for La Raza in Government Sponsored Film: Voice of La Raza (1971)"
Sherry Velasco, Spanish and Portugues, Gender Studies, USC
"Listening to Algiers with Captive Ears in Early Modern Spain"
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