Spanish Civil War at Tamiment Library

Ann: a symposium and exhibition in NYC, 27 April
The Continuing History of the Spanish Civil War
A Tamiment Library Symposium and Exhibition Opening "Art and Politics: Posters From the Spanish Civil War"

April 27, 2007
4 PM - 8 PM

Speakers:

John Brademas (NYU) "Communists and Anarchists during the Spanish Civil War."

Peter Carroll (Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives) "Toward a New Paradigm of Spanish Civil War History."

Gabriel Jackson (University of California, San Diego, emeritus "The Problem of Historical Memory and the Spanish Civil War."

James Fernandez (NYU) "Hispanics and the Spanish Civil War."

Sarah Henry (Museum of the City of New York) "Facing Fascism: New Yorkers and the Spanish Civil War."

Jo Labanyi (NYU) "Reading the Lincoln Brigade's Material Culture."

Andrew Lee (NYU) "From Milicianas Back to Angels of the Hearth: The Re-domestication of Women in Republican Spain during the Civil War."

Fraser Ottanelli (University of South Florida) "Militancy and Ethnicity: Recovering the Memory of the Spanish Civil War."

Juan Salas (NYU) "Art and Politics: Posters of the Spanish Civil War."

Noel Valis (Yale University) "Civil War Ghosts Entombed: Lessons of the Valley of the Fallen."

The Tamiment Library is located on the New York University Campus

10th floor, 70 Washington Square South (West 4th Street between Greene and LaGuardia).

April 28, 5 PM, Anthony Geist Film Preview Souls Without Borders

King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, 53 Washington Square South (West 4th Street)

For information please contact: , 212-998-2428.

Co-sponsored by the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives and the King Juan Carlos I Center