La Senda Dificil: Quest and Meaning in Cervantes' Poetics at the Quadricentenary

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September 30 - October 1, 2016
9:00AM - 11:30AM
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Thompson Library, Room 202

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Add to Calendar 2016-09-30 09:00:00 2016-10-01 11:30:00 La Senda Dificil: Quest and Meaning in Cervantes' Poetics at the Quadricentenary La Senda Dificil is a two-day symposium celebrating the life, times, work, and world of Miguel de Cervantes for his quadricentenary. As part of the international IV CENTENARIO DE LA MUERTE DE CERVANTES program, it gathers a group of world-class scholars to explore Cervantes' art and cultural legacy from a range of critical perspectives, from problems related to his poetics, to his representations of the Mediterranean, to his lasting impact on European art and culture. In addition to paper presentations and roundtable discussions, it will also include a rare book exhibit, providing an opportunity to explore some of OSU's rare Cervantes collections in the Rare Books and Manuscripts Library.  Finally, the symposium also features the next speaker in our 2016-2017 lecture series, María Antonia Garcés (Cornell University).More information, including a list of speakers and schedule of events, can be found here.  Sponsored by The Center for Medieval and Renaissance StudiesThe Department of Spanish and Portuguese and other Departments and Programs including:University LibrariesProject NarrativeComparative StudiesHistory of Art English The Cervantes Symposium is part of the official program for the IV CENTENARIO DE LA MUERTE DE CERVANTEShttp://400cervantes.es Twitter Hashtag: #400Cervantes Thompson Library, Room 202 Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies cmrs@osu.edu America/New_York public
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La Senda Dificil is a two-day symposium celebrating the life, times, work, and world of Miguel de Cervantes for his quadricentenary. As part of the international IV CENTENARIO DE LA MUERTE DE CERVANTES program, it gathers a group of world-class scholars to explore Cervantes' art and cultural legacy from a range of critical perspectives, from problems related to his poetics, to his representations of the Mediterranean, to his lasting impact on European art and culture. In addition to paper presentations and roundtable discussions, it will also include a rare book exhibit, providing an opportunity to explore some of OSU's rare Cervantes collections in the Rare Books and Manuscripts Library.
 

Finally, the symposium also features the next speaker in our 2016-2017 lecture series, María Antonia Garcés (Cornell University).

More information, including a list of speakers and schedule of events, can be found here.


 

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Sponsored by

 

The Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

The Department of Spanish and Portuguese

 

and other Departments and Programs

 

including:

University Libraries

Project Narrative

Comparative Studies

History of Art

English

 

The Cervantes Symposium is part of the official program for the

 

IV CENTENARIO DE LA MUERTE DE CERVANTES

http://400cervantes.es

 

Twitter Hashtag: #400Cervantes