Ethics and Aesthetics

Presenters: Fernando Rosenberg (Brandeis University), Soledad Falabella (Universidad Diego Portales), María Eugenia Cerutti (fotógrafa/Diario Clarín)

Moderator: Sylvia Molloy (New York University)


María Eugenia Cerutti is an Argentinean photographer. She has worked at the Clarín newspaper since 1998. She was a finalist for the New Iberoamerican Journalism Award in 2006 for her work entitled “U 31 - Cárcel de mujeres.” She co-authored the book, 132.000 volts, el caso Ezpeleta.

Soledad Falabella is the director of ESE:O and an editor of Hilando en la memoria. Siete mujeres mapuche/poesía, an anthology of Mapuche poetry. She received her Ph.D. in Hispanic Languages and Literatures from UC Berkeley in 2001.

Fernando Rosenberg is a native of Argentina, Fernando Rosenberg is the author of "The Avant-Garde and Geopolitics in Latin America" and is a member of the editorial board of the Hispanic Poetry Review. His areas of interest are 19th- and 20th-century poetry, narrative and critical theory.

Elizabeth Jelin is a Ph.D. in Sociology, Senior Researcher at CONICET and Director of the Ph.D Program on Social Sciences at the National University of General Sarmiento and the Institute of Economic and Social Development (IDES), Argentina.

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