On behalf of our faculty sponsors, Professors Robert Kendrick and Niall Atkinson, it is our pleasure to announce the Western Mediterranean Culture Workshop schedule for the Fall quarter 2013. Most meetings will be held in Wieboldt 207 at the time indicated on the schedule.
Friday October 11th at 12:30PM in Wieboldt 207–Andrew Cashner, Ph.D candidate in Music History presents a dissertation chapter entitled ”’Suspend, O Heavens, Your Sweet Chant’: Heavenly Dissonance in a Villancico by Joan Cererols (Montserrat, c. 1660)”
Tuesday October 15th at 3:00 PM in Wieboldt 207–Luciano Garcia Lorenzo, Professor and investigator at the Institute of Language, Literature and Anthropology at the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, presents “Torcuato Tarragó y la pasión amorosa del clérigo Antonio Mira de Amescua”
Friday November 1st at 12:30 PM in CWAC 152–Co-sponsored with Medieval Studies Workshop. Laura Fernandez Fernandez, Assistant Professor of Art History, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (note: not pre-circulated)
Friday November 8th at 12:30 PM in Wieboldt 207–Jeffrey Coleman, Ph. D candidate in Romance Languages presents a dissertation chapter entitled “Immigration Perspectives in Juan Diego Botto’s El privilegio de ser perro”
Friday November 22nd at 12:30 PM in Wieboldt 207–Sharon Strocchia, Professor of History at Emory University presents, “Women on the Edge: Madness, Possession and Suicide in Early Modern Convents”
Thursday December 5th at 2:30 PM in Wieboldt 207–Please note the change of time. James Nemiroff, Ph. D. Candidate in Romance Languages, presents a dissertation chapter entitled: “The mythification of Toledo by Lope de Vega and his Contemporaries.”
We look forward to seeing you at our meetings!
Graduate Student Coordinator
Western Mediterranean Culture Workshop
PS: Those requiring assistance to attend these events should contact the Graduate Student Coordinator David Reher at email@example.com.