10/17 International Che Guevara Conference UCLA

Oct 13, 2015 by

The 17th International Symposium,

organized under the auspices of the
Saturday, October 17
9 Am – 6 pm in Room 121
Dodd Hall, UCLA
Admission Free
8.30 am Coffee, tea, & pastries
9 am Welcome and short introduction,
David Kunzle (Professor of Art History, UCLA)
9.15 am Roberto Massari (author, publisher, Founder and President of the
International Ernesto Che Guevara Foundation, Italy)
9.45 am Luiz Pericàs (Professor of Sociology, Uni. of São Paulo), Che
Guevara, the Cuban Revolution, and Brazil
10.30 am Margaret Randall (Poet & Latin Americanist),
Che on My Mind
11.15 am Coffee break
11.45 am Christine Sellin (Professor, Cal. Lutheran Uni.) in dialogue with
Becca Wilson (daughter of Che! screenwriter Michael Wilson),
Che! : How “One of the Ten Worst Films Ever Made” Got Made and
12.30 pm Lunch break
2.45 pm David Kunzle
Chesucristo: Poetry and Imagery of Che’s Christification
2 pm Michael Casey (author & researcher), Che: The Afterlife
3.30 pm Roberto Massari, The Ethics of Che
4.15 pm Tea break
5 pm Fabian Wagmister (Professor, Dept. Motion Pictures, TV and
Digital Media, UCLA),
Installation: Two, Three Many Guevaras
5.45 pm Wrap-up
9.30 am Maurice Zeitlin (Professor of Sociology, UCLA),
How I Met Che Guevara
Sponsored by: Dean of Humanities, Latin American Institute,
Departments of: Art History; Film, TV and Digital Media; History;
Sociology; Spanish and Portuguese.
Resource: Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Los Angeles.

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