Beatriz Sarlo, Una's Lecturer

Borges and Post-pop Populism
November 12, 2015 | 6:00 pm

Beatriz Sarlo is one of the most important Argentine literary and cultural critics of the last 40 years. Her Una’s Lecture will examine populism in relation to Borges’ work, to the paintings of the distinguished artist Daniel Santoro, and to its most recent avatar, found in post-pop political populism.

Townsend Graduate Seminar

Producing the World. Travels, Encounters, the Clash of Cultures

Argentine literary and cultural critic Beatriz Sarlo will be residence November 2015 offering a four-week seminar that will examine the discourse on travel as a way to account for different symbolic, political, social, and ethnic experiences.


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