Our first interview is with Leslie Barry, along with Professor Jonathan Mayhew, who will be presenting a free public lecture tonight at the Hilliard Art Museum called "The Cultural Geographies of Lorca: from Translation to Musical Adaptation."
Federico García Lorca was a major European modernist. Best known internationally as a poet, he was also an important playwright and literary theorist, as well as a visual artist, musician and stage director. He spent time in New York and in translation, is an important figure in the development of modernist writing in the U.S. and worldwide.
This presentation has been arranged in conjunction with a course on Lorca funded by the Undergraduate Research Council, with additional support from the Friends of the Humanities and the Lyceum Committee of the SGA.
The lecture begins at 6 PM; reception starts 5:30. Please visit this link to reserve your spot!
Our second interview is with Josh Caffery, the director of the Center for Louisiana Studies and the UL Press. We discussed upcoming releases, the history of the press, and the overall vital work that the UL Press offers. We also discussed the exciting collaboration between the press and Festivals Acadienne et Creoles, the Authors' Kiosk at Festivals Acadiens et Créoles on festival grounds. Please visit this link for even more events from the UL Press!