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Friday, 8:30–9:45 a.m., 306, JW Marriott

On Death and Dying in Nineteenth-Century Spanish Culture

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Program arranged by the forum LLC 18th- and 19th-Century Spanish and Iberian. Presiding: David Thatcher Gies, Univ. of Virginia

1. “Larra and the Walking Dead: Phantasms, Optics, and the Birth of a Liberal State,” Daniel Frost, Coll. of the Holy Cross

2. “Death and Resurrection: Beyond the Uncanny,” Andrew Ginger, Univ. of Bristol

3. “Royal Deaths and National Rebirth: Images of Death in Nineteenth-Century Spanish History Painting,” Laura Connor, Framingham State Univ.

4. “Wife Murder on the Spanish Stage: Pardo Bazán’s Play Verdad,” Margot A. Versteeg, Univ. of Kansas

For abstracts, write to dtg@virginia.edu after 15 Dec.

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