University of Wisconsin–Madison
This presentation tackles some compelling questions on how do women artists address, engage with and negotiate specific political issues through art, and most importantly, how politicized forms of creativity is an act of ‘archiving defiance’.
Talk by French Canadian writer KIM THÚY: de l’écriture migrante à l’écriture transculturelle
4:00-6:00, The French House (633 N Frances Street)
Talk in French followed by a reception
Lecture by Massimo Montanari, Professor of Food History at the University of Bologna.
Lecture by Francesca Brencio
Living Room, a talk by Warren Motte, College Professor of Distinction, University of Colorado-Boulder
About the talk: The talk, in English, will discuss how space is imagined in works by Georges Perec and Edmond Jabès
Open to the public. Talk in English.
“Verso il moderno: il Seicento tra accademie e mercato librario.” Open to the public.
Hilldale Lecturer Yves Citton
4 - 5:30pm. Poetry reading by Luigi Fontanella, followed by questions and conversation. Reception with wine and cheese to begin around 5pm. Please join us!