The Department of History of Art and Architecture invites you to the 2018-2019 HAA Lecture Series:
“Floating Arcadia: Pastoral Views of Renaissance Venice”
Prof. Jodi Cranston, Boston University
- When: Wednesday February 6th, 6pm
- Where: CAS 132
- FESPACO 2005, Best Camera
- Sundance Filmfestival Los Angeles 2005, Grand Jury Prize
- Capetown World Cinema Festival
- Nantes Three Continents Festival 2004, Audience Award
- Cannes Film Festival 2007, Official Selection Tous Les Cinemas du Monde
O HERO I = THE HERO By Zeze Gamboa
2004, Angola/Portugal/France, 97 min, Portuguese with English subtitles
The Hero is a story of a city, Luanda, trying to absorb the millions of people displaced by civil strife and global economic change .A 20-year veteran of the 30-year-old Angolan civil war finds assimilation into the chaotic life of the capital city of Luanda a challenge.
The screening will take place on December 5 at 5:30 PM in Mugar Memorial Library, 3rd Floor, Estin Room (771 Commonwealth Ave.)
Open to the BU Community!
Thursday, December 6 | Rites, Rights & Rhythms: A Genealogy of Musical Meaning in Colombia’s Black Pacific
- Starts: Thursday, 4:00 PM
Ends: Thursday, 6:00 PM
Location: 121 Bay State Road, Boston, MA 02215
Michael Birenbaum Quintero : Associate Professor of Music, Musicology & Ethnomusicology at Boston University
Book Signing & Discussion: A reception and book-signing will follow the talk.
Co-sponsored by the Center for Latin American Studies and the Department of Musicology and Ethnomusicology