Upcoming and past events

Simposio y presentación de libro

evento demo

El español en Europa – el español en Suiza

Lunes, 3 de octubre, 18:00 hs.

UZH, Rämistrasse 59, RAA-G-01

Congreso

poster hispanistas

Primer encuentro de (post)doctorandos hispanistas en Suiza
"Discursos de la crisis, discursos en crisis"

6-7 de octubre
UZH, Rämistrasse 71, sala KOL-G-212

Investigadores representantes de la Sociedad Suiza de Estudios Hispánicos (SSEH) celebran su primer encuentro bajo el título Discursos de la crisis, discursos en crisis, que inaugura un espacio de conocimiento e intercambio entre los primeros eslabones del hispanismo helvético. Organizado por y para investigadores doctorales y postdoctorales, este proyecto surge con el objetivo de generar una red sólida, interdisciplinar e interuniversitaria donde los jóvenes investigadores puedan intercambiar ideas, dar a conocer los avances de sus investigaciones y entrar en contacto con las diferentes cátedras del hispanismo.
Programa
Contacto: hispanistasensuiza2022@rom.uzh.ch

Workshop Series

AIA session 2

Autochthonous Imagination Ateliers
From September to December, a series of workshops called Ateliers will take place at the UZH. This format will work as a diverse space in which indigenous societies, indigenous artists, and intellectuals from Latin America come together to listen about traditional knowledge, and their work in the territories to learn more about myths, stories, and how they deal with extractive practices, violence, and the destruction of nature.

Program of the series (PDF, 1 MB)

 

Session 2: October 7th, 15:00 - 17:00 hs

UZH, Romanisches Seminar, room D31 – Zürichbersgstr. 8, 8032 Zürich

and online

This workshop will address and present editing material about autochthonous knowledge: notebooks, digital books, videos, blogs and events coordinated by Ailton Krenak and Anna Dantes. The concepts of autochthony and editing texts are at the core of this meeting.

Participants: Ailton Krenak & Anna Dantes – Ciclo Selvagem, Brasil
Discussants: Marco Losavio – Romanisches Seminar, UZH / Cejana di Guimarães – ACasa*, LZZ

Join Zoom Meeting
https://uzh.zoom.us/j/66442291794?pwd=aWs0aFlWNTZWbENsVkhheEgrc3N6Zz09

Meeting ID: 664 4229 1794
Passcode: 960903

 

Session 3: October 28th, 15:00 - 17:00 hs

ACasa* Intercultural Art Lab – Allmendstr. 91, 8041 Zürich

Participants: Paula Pailamilla – Mapuche people-nation / Wallmapu, Chile 
& María Ordóñez – art practitioner and doctoral researcher, Cultural Analysis, UZH

Paula Pailamilla is an interdisciplinary artist who explores performance, textile practice and video. She questions her own indigenous identity as a mapuche woman, her body and her territory. María Ordóñez explores art as a methodology to foster collaborative approaches/situations in socially vulnerable contexts and communities in Colombia, where she comes from. In this workshop, they will both engage in an embodied dialogue about indigenous and queer identities, intersectionality, colonialism, and the connotations of their bodies in their practices.

 

Session 4: November 4th, 15:00 - 17:00 hs

ACasa* Intercultural Art Lab – Allmendstr. 91, 8041 Zürich

Participant: Julieta Hanono – Artist and cultural researcher, Argentina 
Discussant: Dr. Elena Rosauro – Latin American Center, UZH

The work of Julieta Hanono deals with the situation of the Qom community and female shamans in the Argentinean Chaco region. In this workshop, she will open up a collective space to explore with clay while reflecting on the effects of indigenous healing songs.

Registration required: https://forms.gle/vCCTsBmEzvVMiia2A 

International Conference

flyer Iberian

Art Across the Iberian World: Connecting Spanish Italy and Latin America

October 7-8

UZH, Rämistrasse 59, Auditorium RAA-G-01

For a long stretch of time, both Southern Italy—the Kingdoms of Naples and Sicily—and Latin America were entangled in the same colonial system. Still, art historians have discussed these entanglements largely independently. This conference seeks to bring together these two fields of study: on the one hand, that which explores the shared visual and material cultures between the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America, and, on the other hand, that which studies the artistic connections between Spain and Spanish Italy. The handful of studies that has attempted to bring these worlds closer have dealt with topics as varied as the travels of artists and artworks, the significance of various saints between these worlds, shared religious phenomena as well as relations in scientific culture. Building on this scholarship, the conference aims both at confronting such scattered approaches as well as exploring alternative accounts, thereby concentrating on their relevance for art and visual culture.

Program (PDF, 7 MB)

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Club de lectura de literatura en español

club de lectura hs22

Sphères, Hardturmstrasse 66, 8005 Zürich

Programa de sesiones

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