Collective residencies / Researching war and theatre in the current scene / Olot


From Monday, 16 October 2023 to Monday, 23 October 2023


Ph.D in Modern Literature, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, ARG. MA in Hispanic Philology, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, SPAIN. Prof. of Spanish Modern and Contemporary Literature, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Mendoza, ARG. As a researcher, his principal field of work is Theatre Studies. He is the author of Escenas que sostienen mundos. Mímesis y modelos de ficción en el teatro (Madrid: CSIC, 2008), about theory of dramatic fiction. Additionally, he has written papers about contemporary theatre in Argentina and Spain, and was the Editor of Análisis de la dramaturgia argentina actual (Madrid: Antígona, 2015). He was member of the research team directed by José-Luis García Barrientos on Analysis of Contemporary Drama in Spanish. He is also the scientific editor of Boletín GEC, journal of literary theory and literary criticism.


We will discuss how 21st century theatre reflects contemporary wars and how it can help us to better understand the world today

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