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Keeping Spain's Exiles in the Americas and Maryland

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spain exile program
MCKELDIN LIBRARY SPECIAL EVENTS ROOM 6137
Wednesday, October 23, 2019 - 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM

DAY 1 PROGRAM

MCKELDIN LIBRARY  SPECIAL EVENTS ROOM 6137

9:00 OPENING REMARKS

  • Prof. José María Naharro‐Calderón, Conference Director
  • Prof. Bonnie Thornton Dill, Dean, College of Arts and  Humanities
  • Prof. Fatemeh Keshavarz, Director, School of Languages,  Literatures, and Cultures
  • Dr. Ryan Long, Dept. of Spanish & Portuguese (SPAP),  Assoc. Dean, The Graduate School
  • Dr. Eyda Merediz, Head SPAP

9:40 EXILE STUDIES AT UMD: FROM
|ZENOBIA CAMPRUBÍ AND JUAN RAMÓN JIMÉNEZ TO THE PRESENT

Moderators: Cecilia Battauz, ABD, Daniela Bulansky, ABD, Nélida Devesa‐Gómez, ABD, Sofía Maurette, ABD, SPAP

9:40 Dr. Anne Giller‐Wilde, Lecturer, Catholic University
Remembering the Spain of the Pre‐Exile: Juan Ramon  Jimenez, MacKinlay Kantor and 1956.

10:00 Dr. Mariluz Bort Caballero, SPAP
Forgotten Legacies: Verses from an Exile in (the) Feminine

10:20 Dr. Kathryn Taylor, Lecturer, Towson University
Memory and Resistance in the Exile Writings of
María Teresa León

10:40 Discussion

11:10 Dr. María Gómez Martín, Asst. Prof., California State U. San Marcos
Manuel Durán & Roberto Ruiz: Exile Writers in the USA.

11:30 Dr. Rachel Linville, Assoc. Prof., The College at Brockport
From Max Aub to El Mazuco: The Spanish Exile and Its Legacy.

12:00 Discussion

12:30‐13:45 Lunch

14:00‐15:00 NARRATIVE DISCOURSES OF THE SPANISH REPUBLICAN EXILES
Moderator: Dr. Rachel Linville
Dr. Ricardo F. Vivancos‐Pérez, Assoc. Prof. Modern and Classical Languages, George Mason U.
Two Visions of the United States in the Fiction of Spanish Exiles in the 1940s: Manuel de la Sota and Pedro Salinas

15:00 Coffee Break

15:15‐16:15 SPANISH REPUBLICANS IN THE USA

Moderator: Dr. Karin Rosemblatt, Director,
Miller Center for Historical Studies

Emerita Prof. Marysa Navarro‐Aranguren, Dept. of History, Dartmouth C. Memories of Wars and Exile

16:30‐17:30 THE 1930’S AND BEYOND
Video Conference with Emeritus Prof. Noam Chomsky, Dept of Linguistics. The University of Arizona.

A conversation with Prof. Juan Uriagereka, LING/SPAP and Prof. José María Naharro‐Calderón, SPAP

19:00 CULTURAL OFFICE. EMBASSY OF SPAIN
(Shuttle provided for the participants)

2801 16th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009
María Molina, Cultural Counselor, Embassy of Spain
Film: Refuge, Jean‐Paul Le Chanois. Music by ENA ENSEMBLE

DAY 2 PROGRAM

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