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Session 6: The Great Inventions that Changed the World

The theme for the sixth round of our virtual conference series with UNAM and Indiana University Bloomington is "Narrative and Interpretation of the Conquest."

  • On September 29th

  • 16:00 - 18:00
  • Online event.

The 'Great Inventions that Changed the World' webinar series is back with a sixth session that promises to be a fascinating and thought-provoking academic discussion on "Narrative and Interpretation of the Conquest."

The virtual conference will take place on Zoom, from 4pm to 6pm on Wednesday September 29th, 2021.
Registration is open and free, and the event will take place in three languages, with simultaneous interpretation available. 

Opening:

  • Araceli Guillaume-Alonso, Sorbonne University, Faculty of Arts and Humanities (Institute of Iberian Studies)

Speakers:

  • Franz Johansson, Sorbonne University, “Palimpsests and genesis in the accounts of the conquest”.
  • Patrick Johansson K, UNAM,  “Word of the victors, vision of the vanquished”.

Moderator:

Olimpia E. Rosenthal, Indiana University, College of Arts and Sciences.

For more information and to register. 

Catch up on previous sessions.

The next webinar of this series will take place on Wednesday October 27 2021 : Session 7, "Music in all its forms throughout time."

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