«La influencia de don Quijote en las humanidades»

Los Angeles, California. 15-17 de abril de 2015. Envío de propuestas hasta el 20 de febrero de 2015.

This year, the symposium will concentrate exclusively on Spanish-born author Miguel de Cervantes and his magnum opus: El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha, one of the most influential and well-known works to be produced during El Siglo de Oro (The Golden Age) in Spain. This work has captivated the imaginations of countless artists, writers, and filmmakers with the exploits of its idealist hero Don Quixote and his trusty companion, Sancho Panza. From Salman Rushdie’s novel The Moor’s Last Sigh to Salvador Dalí’s sculpture Don Quixote to Mitch Leigh’s Broadway musical Man of La Mancha, Cervantes’ work has influenced all areas of the arts and humanities and continues to do so today.

Spaces are limited. Please, submit your title and 100-word abstracts electronically and as soon as possible (deadline: February, 20th, 2015) to:

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