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Panel Discussion at the Americas Society

By Rohan Kamicheril

The Americas Society is hosting a panel discussion on Argentine Literature, Culture and Society on the 28th of September.

Essayist Jorge Monteleone and literary critic Gabriela Nouzeilles (Princeton University), both contributors to Review 75 (Fall 2007, Argentine writing/arts), will engage in a discussion reflecting on the construction of Argentina's complex identity through its culture, history, landscape, and other signifiers. Moderated by scholar Raúl Antelo (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil), Guest Academic Editor of Review 75. Question-and-answer period and reception to follow.

Reservations are required if you plan on attending, and can be made at the events website via email.

Published Sep 20, 2007   Copyright 2007 Rohan Kamicheril

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