Iberian and Latin American Week 2021

Posted on: 4 February 2021 in 2021 posts

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Taking place from Monday 8th February to Friday 12th February, #IBLAW21 will bring you a taste of the languages, literature, visual arts, and musical traditions of Iberia and Latin America through online events and workshops.

Through a host of online events, the week-long series of events will bring students in contact with a diverse range of practitioners, creative producers, films and music from Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula.

The list of events can be found below or visit our #IBLAW21 Hub for full event details - Iberian and Latin American Week 2021

For more information please contact Ana Bela Alemida - anasial@liverpool.ac.uk 

Monday 8th February

  • Roger Wright’s Vintage Radio Show
  • A Museum For Me / Un Museo Para Mí: a synchronous workshop in UK and Colombia
    12pm - 1pm
  • Annual Film Lecture: Pataleta Visual - Visual sense making: Behind the Scenes at a Creative Film-making Company
    4.30pm - 6pm

Pile of vintage radios Logo for the Un Museo Para Mí project 

Tuesday 9th February

  • Joan Mascaró i Fornés: a bridge between East and West. (The relationship between the Mallorcan mystic and The Beatles)
    10am - 11am
  • Galician language and culture taster
    12pm - 1pm

Catalan translator Joan Mascaró A boy reading a book

Wednesday 10th February

  • Annual Manuel Irujo Lecture in Basque Studies 
    3pm - 4.15pm
  • Teleparty evening with Modern Languages Society and Dr Abigail Loxham
    4.30pm - 6.30pm

Gaztelugatxe in Spain Person eating popcorn

Thursday 11th February

  • Images of Queer Kinship: Family Photographs in the Argentine fin-de-siècle
    5pm - 6pm
  • Book launch of Hijos del Uranio by the journalist and writer Joaquín Mayordomo
    6pm - 7pm

 Portrait photo of a person with long hair logo

Friday 12th February

  • Iberian and Latin American Quiz (with prizes!)
    12pm - 1pm
  • Samba Invertido with Brazilian musician Luca Argel
    2pm - 3pm

A question mark in neon lights around graffiti Brazilian musician Luca Argel playing guitar on a beach

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