Leonardo D’Avila lerá trechos de “A primavera de Rimbaud: poesia latina” na Boston University, dia 25 de março. O livro será lançado em breve pela Cultura e Barbárie.
“The New Barbarians: Brazilian Cultural Criticism After the End of Modernity” on Mar. 25 from 3-7pm (CAS 200, 725 Commonwealth Ave., Boston University).
We will receive several scholars, most from Brazil, pertaining to a new wave of cultural critics, at Boston University to discuss contemporary themes of Brazilian culture, especially: post-dictatorial voids, vagabondage and revolution, ideology and aesthetics, anachronism and fragmentation of culture, art and bananas, travel and nation, headless bodies, literature and anti-academicism, contemporary historiography of slavery, and the myth of Brazil as a paradise. And also some are going to be making special connections to Cuba.
Please, do find attached the poster for the conference with its full program. All the talks will be in English but for the literary reading of Arthur Rimbaud’s Latin Poems translated into Portuguese.