"At the Center of the Periphery: Arretche's El grito and the Rhizomatic Discourse of the 1968 Student Movement""At the Center of the Periphery: Arretche's El grito and the Rhizomatic Discourse of the 1968 Student Movement"http://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/260351Chase Auditorium2014-02-26T16:30:002014-02-26T18:00:00
February 26, 4:30PM–6:00PM
Distinguished Visitor Juan J. Rojo, Assistant Professor of Spanish, Department of Foreign Languages, Lafayette College
The documentary film "El grito" (1968), shot by students of Film Studies at National University of Mexico (UNAM), captures the emergence and development of the student movement of 1968 in Mexico. Rojo analyses the visual narrative and editing work of "El grito" highlighting power interactions and the representation of marginalized subjectivities.
Tea at 4:15PM
Sponsored by the Department of Spanish and the Center for Global Peace and Citizenship in conjunction with the Distinguished Visitors Program
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