Presentation by Ainamar Clariana and Alessio Cardillo at the ‘Women and the Silent Screen XI’ Congress, Columbia University (New York)
On June 2, Ainamar Clariana, member of the Global Literary Studies Research Laboratory (GlobaLS), will give a talk at the Women and the Silent Screen XI: Women, Cinema, and World Migration Congress, that will be held in Columbia University (New York) from June 1 to 5.
The presentation is titled Transnational Networks of Iberoamerican Women in the Silent Era, and has been elaborated together with GlobaLS’ researcher Alessio Cardillo.
Clariana is principal investigator of the Global Cinema research line and is currently writing her second thesis, focused on cultural mediators and Ibero-American film clubs between 1923 and 1963. Cardillo, Ph.D. in Physics, is a specialist in complex systems, specifically of those that can be mapped as networks.
The presentation will be given on Thursday 2, from 4:45 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. (GMT-4) in the Katharina Otto-Bernstein Screening Room of the Lenfest Center for the Arts (New York).