Cervantes in China in his 400th Anniversary

Date/Time
Date(s) - June 21, 2016 - June 22, 2016
All Day


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The two-day Symposium will focus on the 400th anniversary of Spain´s best-known writer: Cervantes.

Along with talks on Cervantes and how to teach his works in China.

Sponsors

The University of Chicago Center in Beijing

Arizona State University

Office of the Dean of Humanities in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Dean George Justice

 

School of International Letters and Cultures at Arizona State University

Joe Cutter, Unit Director

 

Chasqui: revista de litertura latinoamericana

David William Foster, Editor

 

EMIT: Early Modern Image and Text Society.

Juan Pablo Gil-Osle, President

Laberinto Journal

Juan Pablo Gil-Osle, Editor

 

Instituto Cervantes, Beijing

Inma González Puy, Director

Program

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June 21, Tuesday

 

9:30                             Registration

 

10:00                          Inagural Session

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Frederick de Armas, University of Chicago

Juan Pablo Gil-Osle, Arizona State University

Inma González Puy, Cervantes Institute

Beth Bader, University of Chicago Beijing Center

 

10:30- 12:00              Session I  

Chair: Juan Pablo Gil-Osle

 

Yang Hengda

Renmin University

hengdayang@163.com

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Don Quijote in China

 

Frederick de Armas

University of Chicago

fdearmas@uchicago.edu

 

Cervantes Melancholia: in the Shadow of Success

 

Vicente Pérez de Leon

University of Melburne

vicentep@unimelb.edu.au
Cosmovision and Dehumanization in Don Quixote II

 

12:00-13:30               Lunch

 

13:30-14:40                Session II

Chair: Frederick de Armas

 

Juan Pablo Gil-Osle

Arizona State University

jgilosle@asu.edu

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Hyperreality and Cevantine Cultural Encounters in Beijing 2016

(Tang Xianzu, Shakespeare, Cervantes, and Borges)

Christina H. Lee

University of Princeton

chrislee@princeton.edu

The Forgotten Chinese Experience in the Early Modern Hispanic World and Why it Matters

 

14:40-14:45                Break

 

14:45-16:00                Session III

Chair: Rogelio Miñana

 

Christopher Weimer

Oklahoma State University

cbweimer@aol.com

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“ . . . And things that go bump in the night”:

Reading the Ghostly and the Uncanny in Don Quijote

 

Daniel Holcombe

Arizona State Universtiy

Daniel.Holcombe@asu.edu

 

Salvador Dalí’s Pictorial Fanfare for the Common Man:

Marketing Surrealistic Renaissance Classicism through

Mid-Twentieth Century Don Quixote Illustrations

 

17:00                           Dinner (Speakers only)

 

June 22, Wednesday

 

10:00-12:00                Session IV

Chair: Christina H. Lee

 

Rogelio Miñana

Drexel University.

Rogelio.Minana@drexel.edu

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21st-Century Quixotes: Interdisciplinary Approaches and Global Classrooms

 

Juan Pablo Gil-Osle

Arizona State University

jgilosle@asu.edu

 

Arizona State University’s Exchanges with China

 

Wei Nisi

Renmin University

nisiwei@ruc.edu.cn

 

La enseñanza del español en China

 

Zhang Jingting

Universidad de Estudios Internacionales de Shanghái                     

amandazhang007@hotmail.com

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La enseñanza y la aceptación de las obras de Cervantes

en China desde métodos multidisciplinarios

 

12:00-13:30                Lunch

 

13:30-15:00                Session V

Chair: Christopher Weimer

 

Margaret Marek

Illinois College

mmarek@mail.ic.edu

 

Mammoth Woolly Migrations:

Transhumance, Extinction and the Cervantine Shepherd

 

Maria José Domínguez

Arizona State Unviersity

mdoming3@asu.edu

 

“Yo sé quien soy”: La “quijotización” de Dulcinea y

la “dulcinización” de DonQuijote en una película de Vicente Escrivá.

 

Matthew Powell

Arizona State University

mattrpow@gmail.com

 

On Ah Gan’s Don Quixote (魔俠傳之唐吉德, 2010): Successes and Endings of a Movie

 

18:00-19:00                Visit to the Cervantes Institute, Beijing (optional)

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