The archive of Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel García Márquez (1927–2014) is open for research. [Read more…] about Gabriel García Márquez archive opens for research
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“Conociendo al personal” (Meet the staff) es una sección de entrevistas de Cultural Compass, en la que se destaca el trabajo, experiencia y vida de quienes trabajan en el Harry Ransom Center. Daniela Lozano ha sido archivista en el Ransom Center desde enero de 2012. [Read more…] about Conociendo al personal: Archivista Daniela Lozano
Meet the Staff is a Q&A series on Cultural Compass that highlights the work, experience, and lives of staff at the Harry Ransom Center.
Daniela Lozano has been an archivist with the Ransom Center since January 2012. She is originally from [Read more…] about Meet the Staff: Archivist Daniela Lozano
Bajo las pinceladas finales de las grandes pinturas, debajo de la superficie, existen en ocasiones marcas de duda, líneas escondidas y colores suprimidos. Estas pinceladas casi invisibles se llaman pentimenti: arrepentimientos, rectificaciones, remordimientos. Me gusta la palabra pentimenti [Read more…] about Los pentimenti de Gabriel García Márquez
Underneath the final brushstrokes of great paintings, below the surface, there are sometimes marks of doubt, hidden lines, and suppressed colors. These nearly invisible brushstrokes are called pentimenti—repentances, compunctions, remorses. I like the word pentimenti because it evokes a sense of drawn-out struggle and internal debate. [Read more…] about Gabriel García Márquez’s Pentimenti
The University of Texas at Austin’s LLILAS Benson Latin American Studies and Collections and Ransom Center will host the symposium “Gabriel García Márquez: His Life and Legacy” on October 28–30 in Austin. In advance of the symposium, the García Márquez archive will open for research in the Ransom Center’s Reading and Viewing Room on October 21.
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The symposium will explore the life and legacy of the beloved author and public intellectual. International scholars, journalists, filmmakers, and former colleagues of García Márquez’s will speak about his global influence in the fields of journalism, filmmaking, and literature. Panel topics include “Gabo: The Storyteller,” “Global Gabo,” “Gabo the Journalist,” and “Gabriel García Márquez: Cinematic Scribe and Muse.” Panelists hail from Colombia, Mexico, and the United States.