Naomi Lindstrom is the Gale Family Foundation Professor in Jewish Arts and Culture, a Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at The University of Texas at Austin, and Associate Director of the Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies. Lindstrom is also a graduate faculty member in Comparative Literature and manages the website for the Latin American Jewish Association. [Read more…] about “Global Gabo:” Q&A with Naomi Lindstrom
César A. Salgado es profesor en el Departamento de Español y Portugués y consejero de estudiantes de nivel graduado en el programa de Literatura Comparada de la Universidad de Texas en Austin. Será co-moderador, [Read more…] about “Gabo Global”: Con César A. Salgado
César A. Salgado is Associate Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, as well as former graduate advisor in the Program in Comparative Literature at The University of Texas at Austin. He will co-moderate Thursday’s, October 29, “Global Gabo” panel with Naomi Lindstrom at [Read more…] about “Global Gabo”: Q&A with César A. Salgado
Jason Borge is Associate Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at The University of Texas at Austin. Borge will moderate Friday’s, October 30, panel “Cinematic Scribe and Muse” during the Gabriel García Márquez: His Life and Legacy symposium. [Read more…] about Gabriel García Márquez as “Cinematic Scribe and Muse”: Q&A with Jason Borge
Originario de Colombia, Gabriel García Márquez inició su carrera como periodista en la década de 1940, reportando desde Bogotá y Cartagena, y posteriormente como corresponsal internacional en Europa y Cuba. En 1961, se trasladó a la Ciudad de México. Junto con su prolífica carrera [Read more…] about ESCUCHE: A Gabriel García Márquez en su discurso de aceptación del Premio Nobel
With the generous support of a grant from the History Programs, American Institute of Physics, the Ransom Center has created a new online finding aid for the papers of English physicist Owen W. Richardson (1879–1959). The papers were originally processed during the 1960s and described on more than 8,000 catalog cards. Enhanced collection housing was also part of the project, improving long-term preservation of the materials.
Recognized for his pioneering work on thermionics, Sir Owen Richardson was awarded the 1928 Nobel Prize in Physics for [Read more…] about Preserving and Enhancing Access to Physicist Owen W. Richardson’s Papers