About Basque literature and Kortatu music band at the University of Marburg

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2014-06-23

The I.Conference on Iberian Cultural Studies in Germany (XX-XXI centuries) and the III Seminar of the Network Historical Memory and Iberian Literature, which is coordinated by Mari Jose  Olaziregi, are taking place this week at the Philipps Universität Marburg (Germany). These meetings’ objective is the dissemination and analysis of the linguistic and cultural diversity of the Iberian Peninsula and are supported -among  others- by the Etxepare Basque Institute. International experts will take part in the event.

 

The network created for the study of the historical memory and the Iberian literature will hold its third seminar onJune 26 and will gather a high amount of academic experts: Ulrich Winter (Philipps-Universität Marburg NHMIL), Joan Ramon Resina (Stanford Univesity-NHMIL) Xavier Pla (Universitat de Girona-NHMIL), Isabel Gil Capeloa (Univesidade Católica-Lisbon NHMIL), Pedro Ruiz and José Antonio Caballero Machi (University of Valencia), Xosé Manoel Núñez Seixas (LMU München / University of Santiago de Compostela) and Frantziska Bichtele (Universität Konstanz / UPV-EHU). Bichtele will offer a lecture focused on the Basque Country, talking about the presence of the memories of the victims in literature and cinema.

On June 27 and 28 the I Conference on Iberian Cultural Studies (XX-XXI centuries) will be held. In the program, many international experts and a section devoted to the transition at the Basque Country, led by Daniela Bister and Benjamin Inal (Philipps Universität of Marburg). Bister will analyze the music of the group Kortatu as a reflection of the Spanish transition and will outline a "musical-aesthetic struggle" for the Basque Country. Benjamin Inal will focus on the transition of the Basque novel, paying particular attention to the relationship between literature and identity.

 

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The I.Conference on Iberian Cultural Studies in Germany (XX-XXI centuries) and the III Seminar of the Network Historical Memory and Iberian Literature, which is coordinated by Mari Jose  Olaziregi, are taking place this week at the Philipps Universität Marburg (Germany). These meetings’ objective is the dissemination and analysis of the linguistic and cultural diversity of the Iberian Peninsula and are supported -among  others- by the Etxepare Basque Institute. International experts will take part in the event.

 

The network created for the study of the historical memory and the Iberian literature will hold its third seminar onJune 26 and will gather a high amount of academic experts: Ulrich Winter (Philipps-Universität Marburg NHMIL), Joan Ramon Resina (Stanford Univesity-NHMIL) Xavier Pla (Universitat de Girona-NHMIL), Isabel Gil Capeloa (Univesidade Católica-Lisbon NHMIL), Pedro Ruiz and José Antonio Caballero Machi (University of Valencia), Xosé Manoel Núñez Seixas (LMU München / University of Santiago de Compostela) and Frantziska Bichtele (Universität Konstanz / UPV-EHU). Bichtele will offer a lecture focused on the Basque Country, talking about the presence of the memories of the victims in literature and cinema.

 

On June 27 and 28 the I Conference on Iberian Cultural Studies (XX-XXI centuries) will be held. In the program, many international experts and a section devoted to the transition at the Basque Country, led by Daniela Bister and Benjamin Inal (Philipps Universität of Marburg). Bister will analyze the music of the group Kortatu as a reflection of the Spanish transition and will outline a "musical-aesthetic struggle" for the Basque Country. Benjamin Inal will focus on the transition of the Basque novel, paying particular attention to the relationship between literature and identity.


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