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NOV 12, 2014: 6:30 PM
The aim of this lecture is to show how the conquest of Hispania in 711 triggered processes of Arabization and Islamization, which also entailed dynamics of social change. Read more
NOV 14, 2014: 6:00 PM
Nidia Pulles-Linares analiza el Canto intitulado Mercurio (1623) del bachiller Arias de Villalobos para demostrar cómo el texto, partiendo de la relación de los hechos de la conquista y la alabanza a la ciudad, propone un nuevo discurso identitario, símbolo del encuentro de dos culturas. Read more
NOV 20, 2014: 7:00 PM
A talk with Mexican Writer Juan Villoro Read more
NOV 21, 2014: 7:00 PM
A monologue by Mexican writer Juan Villoro Read more