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"Las vueltas del odio. Gestos, escrituras, políticas," / "Archeology of Hate: Gestures, Writing, and Politics," by Dr. Gabriel Giorgi, LASP Seminar Series

Thursday, September 17, 2020 at 2:00pm to 3:15pm

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Lecture will be given in Español and not sub-titled.

Recent reconfigurations of political subjectivities in South America that gave impulse to the new rise of the right gravitate around hate as the political affect that infuses new tonalities in the public sphere. These reconfigurations of subjectivity, however, are inseparable from another transformation that seems unrelated: that of the technologies, circuits and publics of writing. By looking at recent aesthetic interventions on the interface between hate and writing, this presentation will discuss the complex and unstable nature of hatred, and its capacity for transformation and for opening new interpellations.

***Please note this seminar will be in Spanish only, no translator or subtitles***

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Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, Latino Studies Program, Anthropology, History, Government, Latin American Studies Program, Global Cornell

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Gabriel Giorgi, Author, Professor, Chair of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages ​​and Literatures

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New York University Arts & Science

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