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Department of World Languages and Literatures

Student and Faculty Highlights

Upcoming Events

Location:
Flex Gallery, School of Art & Design
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
Art Exhibition / Monday February 19 to March 8 / Flex Gallery, School of Art & Design
"The River is Famous to the Fish"
Works by Silver Castillo, Maria Elena, Silas Garcia, Laeree Lara
Curated by Joey Fauerso
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity

Location:
Flex Gallery, School of Art & Design
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
Art Exhibition / Monday February 19 to March 8 / Flex Gallery, School of Art & Design
"The River is Famous to the Fish"
Works by Silver Castillo, Maria Elena, Silas Garcia, Laeree Lara
Curated by Joey Fauerso
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity

Location:
Honors Lounge, Lampasas
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Valentina Glajar, glajar@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The German Program and Delta Phi Alpha
Kaffeestunde: German Conversation Hour
Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday during the Spring Semester
Location:
Centennial Hall; Centennial G02
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
Celebrity and the Vicarious Life 
Film: Casablanca Beats, by Nabil Ayouch, 2021, Moroccan 
Dr. Moira Di Mauro-Jackson, Senior Lecturer of French and Italian
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Centennial G02
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
Celebrity and the Vicarious Life 
Film: Casablanca Beats, by Nabil Ayouch, 2021, Moroccan 
Dr. Moira Di Mauro-Jackson, Senior Lecturer of French and Italian
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Taylor-Murphy 101
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
Mapping Celebrity: Places of Visibility, Overexposure, and Underexposure 
Film: Celebrity, by Woody Allen, 1998, American
Moderated by Dr. Louie D. Valencia, Associate Professor of Digital History
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Taylor-Murphy History Building; Taylor-Murphy 101
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
Mapping Celebrity: Places of Visibility, Overexposure, and Underexposure 
Film: Celebrity, by Woody Allen, 1998, American
Moderated by Dr. Louie D. Valencia, Associate Professor of Digital History
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Centennial G02
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
Mapping Celebrity: Places of Visibility, Overexposure, and Underexposure 
Film 1: The Blue Angel, by Josef von Sternberg, 1930, German 
Film 2: Marlene, by Maximilian Schell, 1984, German 
Presented by Valentina Glajar, Professor of German Studies, and Lisa Haegele, Associate Professor of German
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Centennial Hall; Centennial G02
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
Mapping Celebrity: Places of Visibility, Overexposure, and Underexposure 
Film 1: The Blue Angel, by Josef von Sternberg, 1930, German 
Film 2: Marlene, by Maximilian Schell, 1984, German 
Presented by Valentina Glajar, Professor of German Studies, and Lisa Haegele, Associate Professor of German
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Centennial G02
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
Celebrity and Image-Making: The Queen Effect 
Film: Marie Antoinette, by Sofia Coppola, 2006, American 
Moderated by Soren Jespersen and Honors Class on Marie Antoinette
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Centennial Hall; Centennial G02
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
Celebrity and Image-Making: The Queen Effect 
Film: Marie Antoinette, by Sofia Coppola, 2006, American 
Moderated by Soren Jespersen and Honors Class on Marie Antoinette
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Taylor-Murphy 101
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
Celebrity and the Mainstreaming of Subcultures 
Film: Alice Junior, by Gil Baroni, 2019, Brazilian
Presented by Luiz Osorio and Alexandra Gonzenbach Perkins, Associate Professor of Spanish
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Taylor-Murphy History Building; Taylor-Murphy 101
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
Celebrity and the Mainstreaming of Subcultures 
Film: Alice Junior, by Gil Baroni, 2019, Brazilian
Presented by Luiz Osorio and Alexandra Gonzenbach Perkins, Associate Professor of Spanish
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Taylor-Murphy 101
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“Celebrity and Image-Making: The Queen Effect” 
Centennial G02: The Queen of Spain, by Fernando Trueba, 2016, Spanish 
Moderated by Dr. Antonio Gragera, Associate Professor of Spanish
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
 
Location:
Taylor-Murphy History Building; Taylor-Murphy 101
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“Celebrity and Image-Making: The Queen Effect” 
Centennial G02: The Queen of Spain, by Fernando Trueba, 2016, Spanish 
Moderated by Dr. Antonio Gragera, Associate Professor of Spanish
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
 
Location:
Taylor-Murphy 101
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“From Celebrity to Icon to Genius: The Case of Music” 
Taylor-Murphy 101: Amy, by Asif Kapadia, 2015, British 
Moderated by Honors Class on Harry Styles
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Taylor-Murphy History Building; Taylor-Murphy 101
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“From Celebrity to Icon to Genius: The Case of Music” 
Taylor-Murphy 101: Amy, by Asif Kapadia, 2015, British 
Moderated by Honors Class on Harry Styles
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Jennifer Forrest, jf05@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Department of World Languages and Literatures and The French Program

French Film Program for Spring 2024

Le Ciné-club français présente

Mesdames, messieurs, Mesdemoiselles…

Zoom Screening Every Friday at 3:00 p.m.

Location:
Mochas & Javas 700 North LBJ Dr #100 San Marcos, TX 78666
Cost:
Free
Contact:
For more information, contact: Dr. Beth Bernstein: bethb@txstate.edu Dr. Susana Lis: slis@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Department of World Languages and Literatures
Come join us at our fun cultural Spanish-language exchange with language learners and international students!
Spring 2024: February 2, March 1, and March 29th
Location:
Online
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“Mapping Celebrity: Places of Visibility, Overexposure, and Underexposure” / Sunday March 3 / 2-4 pm 
Film: France, by Bruno Dumont, 2021, French 
Moderated by Dr. Carole Martin, Professor of French
txstate.zoom.us… 
Passcode 778522 
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Online
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“Mapping Celebrity: Places of Visibility, Overexposure, and Underexposure” / Sunday March 3 / 2-4 pm 
Film: France, by Bruno Dumont, 2021, French 
Moderated by Dr. Carole Martin, Professor of French
txstate.zoom.us… 
Passcode 778522 
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Centennial Hall G02
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“Celebrity and the Vicarious Life”
1)    Spider Thieves, by Guillermo Helo, 2017, Chilean
2)    The Bling Ring, by Sofia Coppola, 2013, American 
Moderated by Dr. Beth Bernstein, Senior Lecturer, Spanish and Gloria Velasquez, Senior Lecturer, Spanish
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
 
Location:
Centennial Hall G02
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“Celebrity and the Vicarious Life”
1)    Spider Thieves, by Guillermo Helo, 2017, Chilean
2)    The Bling Ring, by Sofia Coppola, 2013, American 
Moderated by Dr. Beth Bernstein, Senior Lecturer, Spanish and Gloria Velasquez, Senior Lecturer, Spanish
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
 

Location:
Centennial Hall 100
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Moira Di Mauro-Jackson or 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Department of World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts
TXST Presents
Le Cercle Français
Centennial Hall Room 100 @ 5:30pm
Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday
January 23rd
February 6th and 20th
March 5th and 19th
April 2nd and 16th
Location:
Taylor-Murphy Hall 101
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“Celebrity and Image-Making: The Queen Effect” 
Taylor-Murphy 101: Spencer, by Pablo Larraín, 2021, American 
Moderated by Dr. Miranda Sachs, Assistant Professor of History
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Taylor-Murphy Hall 101
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“Celebrity and Image-Making: The Queen Effect” 
Taylor-Murphy 101: Spencer, by Pablo Larraín, 2021, American 
Moderated by Dr. Miranda Sachs, Assistant Professor of History
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
Location:
Centennial Hall G02
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“Celebrity and the Vicarious Life”
Centennial G02: Mary Todd Lincoln or Why I Couldn’t Finish the Video on Time, by Katy McCarthy, 2017, American, a short film followed by Der Fan, by Eckhart Schmidt, 1982, German 
Moderated by Dr. Lisa Haegele, Associate Professor of German, and Katy McCarthy, who will discuss her work in connection with fandom 
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
 
Location:
Centennial Hall G02
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“Celebrity and the Vicarious Life”
Centennial G02: Mary Todd Lincoln or Why I Couldn’t Finish the Video on Time, by Katy McCarthy, 2017, American, a short film followed by Der Fan, by Eckhart Schmidt, 1982, German 
Moderated by Dr. Lisa Haegele, Associate Professor of German, and Katy McCarthy, who will discuss her work in connection with fandom 
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity
 
Location:
Texas State Galleries FLEX Space
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“Celebrity and Image-Making: The Queen Effect” 
Flex Gallery: Corsage, by Marie Kreutzer, 2022, Austrian 
Moderated by Neil Fauerso and Dr. Ewa Siwak, Senior Lecturer, German
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity



 
Location:
Texas State Galleries FLEX Space
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“Celebrity and Image-Making: The Queen Effect” 
Flex Gallery: Corsage, by Marie Kreutzer, 2022, Austrian 
Moderated by Neil Fauerso and Dr. Ewa Siwak, Senior Lecturer, German
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity



 
Location:
Centennial Hall G02
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“From Celebrity to Icon to Genius: The Case of Music”
Film: Rewind and Play, by Alain Gomis, 2022, French 
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity


 
Location:
Centennial Hall G02
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology
“From Celebrity to Icon to Genius: The Case of Music”
Film: Rewind and Play, by Alain Gomis, 2022, French 
Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity


 

Location:
Lampasas Hall
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology

Morning Session:       Honors Coffee Forum, Lampasas 407

10-10:10 am            Opening Remarks by Heather Galloway, Dean of the Honors College

10:10-10:45 am       Opening Lecture: Mary Beltrán, Professor of Media Studies, University of Texas at Austin, on “Latina Stardom/American Stardom: From Rita Moreno to Jenny Ortega,” moderated by Michelle Sotolongo, Coordinator of TXST Monarch Center

10:45-11:20 am       Lisa Haegele, Associate Professor of German, and Joey Prather in “A Conversation on Fangirls and Cannibalism,” moderated by Michelle Sotolongo, Coordinator of TXST Monarch Center

Lunch Sessions

11:20 am-12:40 pm  Hybrid Presentation & Discussion on Celebrity in Film and Advertising with students from Rennes 2 Université & Texas State University, moderated by Carole Martin, Professor of French, Centennial 220

https://txstate.zoom.us/j/84081426947?pwd=MWl0YXp1OG02bmJCbi9yQXM4OEhMdz09
Passcode 028769

 

11:30 am-1:50 pm          Luncheon, Honors Multicultural Lounge, Lampasas 500   

 

12:20-1:00 pm          Student Discussion Group on Celebrity & Harry Styles, Lampasas 407 A

1:00-1:40 pm           Student Discussion Group on Marie Antoinette & the Invention of Celebrity, moderated by Soren Jespersen, Lampasas 407 B

Afternoon Sessions: Honors Coffee Forum, Lampasas 407

2:00-2:10 pm       Remarks by Yasmine Beale-Rosano-Rivaya, Chair of the Department of World Languages and Literatures

2:10-2:35 pm       Sonia Touz, Rennes 2 Université, in dialogue with Carole Martin on “ ‘But where’s the stage, you wonder, is it outside or is it within?’ : Celebrity between Reality and Representation in The Canyons by Paul Schrader (2013), Annette by Leos Carax (2021), and France by Bruno Dumont (2021)”

2:35-3:00pm        Jennifer Forrest, Professor of French, in dialogue with Louie Valencia, Associate Professor of Digital History, on "Celebrity and Character in Early Silent French Comic Series”

https://txstate.zoom.us/j/85434183753?pwd=eElWNDNtZHIxZGE2MDVwNElaWUNDQT09

Passcode 666989

3:15-4:00 pm        Guest Lecture: Olivia Florek, Associate Professor of Art History, Delaware County Community College, on “Sisi, Jackie, Vicky: Empress Elisabeth of Austria and Celebrity Identity,” moderated by Ewa Siwak, Senior Lecturer of German

4:05-4:45 pm        Closing Roundtable with Art & Film Moderators and Symposium Speakers

Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity

Location:
Lampasas Hall
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Carole Martin, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
Albertine Cinémathèque, Pragda, History, World Languages and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts, Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology

Morning Session:       Honors Coffee Forum, Lampasas 407

10-10:10 am            Opening Remarks by Heather Galloway, Dean of the Honors College

10:10-10:45 am       Opening Lecture: Mary Beltrán, Professor of Media Studies, University of Texas at Austin, on “Latina Stardom/American Stardom: From Rita Moreno to Jenny Ortega,” moderated by Michelle Sotolongo, Coordinator of TXST Monarch Center

10:45-11:20 am       Lisa Haegele, Associate Professor of German, and Joey Prather in “A Conversation on Fangirls and Cannibalism,” moderated by Michelle Sotolongo, Coordinator of TXST Monarch Center

Lunch Sessions

11:20 am-12:40 pm  Hybrid Presentation & Discussion on Celebrity in Film and Advertising with students from Rennes 2 Université & Texas State University, moderated by Carole Martin, Professor of French, Centennial 220

https://txstate.zoom.us/j/84081426947?pwd=MWl0YXp1OG02bmJCbi9yQXM4OEhMdz09
Passcode 028769

 

11:30 am-1:50 pm          Luncheon, Honors Multicultural Lounge, Lampasas 500   

 

12:20-1:00 pm          Student Discussion Group on Celebrity & Harry Styles, Lampasas 407 A

1:00-1:40 pm           Student Discussion Group on Marie Antoinette & the Invention of Celebrity, moderated by Soren Jespersen, Lampasas 407 B

Afternoon Sessions: Honors Coffee Forum, Lampasas 407

2:00-2:10 pm       Remarks by Yasmine Beale-Rosano-Rivaya, Chair of the Department of World Languages and Literatures

2:10-2:35 pm       Sonia Touz, Rennes 2 Université, in dialogue with Carole Martin on “ ‘But where’s the stage, you wonder, is it outside or is it within?’ : Celebrity between Reality and Representation in The Canyons by Paul Schrader (2013), Annette by Leos Carax (2021), and France by Bruno Dumont (2021)”

2:35-3:00pm        Jennifer Forrest, Professor of French, in dialogue with Louie Valencia, Associate Professor of Digital History, on "Celebrity and Character in Early Silent French Comic Series”

https://txstate.zoom.us/j/85434183753?pwd=eElWNDNtZHIxZGE2MDVwNElaWUNDQT09

Passcode 666989

3:15-4:00 pm        Guest Lecture: Olivia Florek, Associate Professor of Art History, Delaware County Community College, on “Sisi, Jackie, Vicky: Empress Elisabeth of Austria and Celebrity Identity,” moderated by Ewa Siwak, Senior Lecturer of German

4:05-4:45 pm        Closing Roundtable with Art & Film Moderators and Symposium Speakers

Part of Between Fame and Infamy: An International Film Festival, Symposium, and Art Exhibition on Celebrity

Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Jennifer Forrest, jf05@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Department of World Languages and Literatures and The French Program

French Film Program for Spring 2024

Le Ciné-club français présente

Mesdames, messieurs, Mesdemoiselles…

Zoom Screening Every Friday at 3:00 p.m.