Politics of authenticity are broadly conceived to include literary, linguistic, pedagogical, and social portrayals that delve into the discourses and practices of resilience in the Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian contexts.
This conference is a forum for exploring inquiries on how art and culture shape the idea of authenticity and resilience. How have conceptualizations of what constitutes authenticity and resilience evolved and how have they been challenged?
Please note, this is a two day conference. Hosted by Graduate Students in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese.
Please contact Augusto Lorenzino with any questions.