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Repercussions of Representing Historical Memory in Spanish Fiction & Film
Guest speaker on women and war in Spain
The faculty of the Hispanic Studies program of the UMD Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures invite you to a scholarly talk on Monday, March 21 from 11 am-12 pm in KPlz 365.
Dr. Meredith Jeffers, assistant professor of Spanish at Metropolitan State University of Denver, will present “Women and War: Repercussions of Representing Historical Memory in Contemporary Spanish Fiction and Film.”
This talk will explore two contemporary works of Peninsular Spanish fiction written by and about women—Dulce Chacón’s novel La voz dormida (2002) and Carme Riera’s novel La mitad del alma (2003). The event is free and open to all.