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Keeping Spain's Exiles Alive in our Hearts: Day 2

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St. Mary's Hall Multipurpose Room
Thursday, October 24, 2019 - 9:00 AM to 7:30 PM

9:00‐9:45 THE STATE OF MARYLAND AND THE SPANISH
EXILE. THE CASE OF PEDRO SALINAS

Moderator: Dr. Kathryn Taylor
Dr. Bécquer Seguin, Asst Prof. Dept of Romance Langs, Johns Hopkins U. Salinas in Baltimore

9:45‐10:30 ANARCHIST INVOLVEMENT AND SUPPORT FOR
THE SPANISH REPUBLICAN EXILE

Moderator: Prof. Michael Long, SLLC
Dr. Montserrat Feu, Assoc. Prof. Dept. of World Languages and Cultures, Sam Houston State U.
Print Protest, the Antifascist Stage, and Refugee Activism: Women Fighting Fascist Spain from the United States

10:30‐10:45 Coffee Break

10:45‐11:30 BASQUE REPUBLICAN EXILE

Moderator: Dr. Mehl Penrose, Assoc. Director SLLC, SPAP
Prof. Iker González‐Allende, Prof. Modern Languages & Literatures, University of Nebraska‐Lincoln
Basque Exiled Women in the United States: Gender and National Identity in “Basque Girl” (1940), by Mirim Isasi.

11:30‐12:30 Lunch

12:30‐13:45 USA, MEXICO AND THE SPANISH REPUBLIC

Moderator: Nidia Reyes, ABD, SPAP
Dr. Andreu Espasa, Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas, UNAM

Mexico and the United States and the Spanish Civil War: Diplomacy, Arms and Refugees

14:00‐15:30 FRANCE AND THE SPANISH REPUBLIC IN EXILE

Moderator: Prof. Joseph Brami, Dept. of French & Italian (FRIT)

Prof. Zoraida Carandell, Langues et Cultures Etrangères, Université Paris‐Nanterre
The Spanish Republican Exile in Host Literatures: the French Case

Prof. Emeritus Pierre Verdaguer, FRIT
A “Carabinero”'s Tale of Survival: 1939‐45

15:30 Coffee Break

15:45‐16:45 SPANISH REPUBLICAN EXILE AND THE ARTS

Moderator: Distinguished University Prof. Steven Mansbach, Dept. of Art

Francesc Torres
Art and Memory. Is Historical Consciousness Possible Without Images?

17:00‐17:45 SPANISH REPUBLICANS IN THE USA

Moderator: Dr. Ricardo F. Vivancos‐Pérez
Emeritus Prof. Víctor Fuentes Dept. of SPAP, University of California‐Santa Barbara

Memorable People and Works from the Forgotten NY  Spanish Republican Exile

CLOSING REMARKS

Prof. José María Naharro‐Calderón, SPAP

19:30 MEXICAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE

(Shuttle provided for the participants)
2829 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Musical Itineraries of the1939 Spanish Exiles in the Americas  
Dr. Carlos José Martínez Fernández, Composer, U. Francisco de Vitoria

Anaïs Naharro‐Murphy, Soprano
Dr. Moisés Ruiz de Gauna, Piano
Juan Gómez Macías, Water Colors

RECEPTION