Early Modern Iberian Voices Special Event

Friday, April 14 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"

Please RSVP for this event.

**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.

For more details, see the event flyer.

9:00-9:30
Coffee and Pastries

9:30-10:15
Roberto Diaz, Spanish and Portuguese, Comparative Literature, USC
"Calderón in Lima; or, Soundings of the Neo-Baroque"

10:15-10:30
Coffee Break

10:30-11:15
Adam Gilbert, Thornton School of Music, USC
"Early Modern Marriages of Image, Text, and Music"

11:15-12:00
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"

12:00-1:30
Lunch for those who RSVP.

Natalia Pérez, Spanish and Portuguese, USC
"Voice, Gender, and Citizenship on the Early Modern Iberian Stage"

2:15-3:00
Laura Serna, Cinematic Arts, USC
"Listening for La Raza in Government Sponsored Film: Voice of La Raza (1971)"

3:15-4:00
Sherry Velasco, Spanish and Portugues, Gender Studies, USC
"Listening to Algiers with Captive Ears in Early Modern Spain"

4:00-4:30
Concluding remarks

For more information about this event contact emsi@usc.edu.
 

 

Event Type

Lecture / Talk / Workshop, Conference/Symposia

Audience

Students, Alumni, Faculty/Staff

Campus

Other Location

Tags

Dornsife

Website

http://dornsife.usc.edu/emsi/early-mo...

Cost

Free

Department

Early Modern Studies Institute (EMSI)

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