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Para leer a América Latina: Comics, Graphic Novels and Collective Memory

Actividad de centro | Reino Unido - Londres
1 de marzo de 2012
Para leer a América Latina: Comics, Graphic Novels and Collective Memory

Convoca: Institute for the Study of the Americas (ISA), University of London, School of Advanced Study. Presentación de diferentes investigaciones sobre comics, novelas gráficas y memoria colectiva en América Latina. Los ponentes proceden de universidades de Reino Unido, América del Norte e Italia.

Ponentes:


- Cristian Castro García (University of California-Davis): Many a true word is spoken in jest: Rius, Pinochet and the Chilean coup d’ etat seen through international political cartoons, 1973-1974.
- Ernesto Priego (University College London): The Silence of Mexican Comics: Representation, Identity and Collective Memory.
- Amanda M. Ledwon (The University of Texas at Dallas): In Retrospect it’s not that funny: Solidarity through the Comic Books of the 1985 Mexico City Earthquake.
- Christiane Berth (University of St. Gallen): Comics in a revolutionary context: Educational campaigns and collective memory in Sandinista Nicaragua.
- Jorge Catalá-Carrasco (Newcastle University): How to read Cuban history in the medium of comics.
- Edoardo Balletta (Università di Bolonia): Como hacer la revolución con palabras (y dibujos): representación y performatividad de la historia en la obra de H.G. Oesterheld.
- Taylor Jardno (Yale University): Drawing, Reading and Rewriting Argentina’s Future: Héctor Germán Oesterheld’s El Eternauta and Militant, Military and Party Politics of Memory, 1952-2010.
- Paulo Drinot (Institute for the Study of the Americas): Cyber-Cuy: Remembering and forgetting the Peruvian Left.
- Cynthia E. Milton (Université de Montréal): ‘Rupay’/ ‘Heat’: comics as means to broach stories of political violence in Peru.
- Edward King (University of Cambridge): Implanted Memories in the Argentine comic book Cybersix.
- James Scorer (University of Manchester): Remembering in a Genre You Never Had: Gonzalo Martínez’s Road Story.

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