Murmurs in the intellectual expression: artistic coexistence with censorship
This two-day conference seeks to explore the presence of Creativity in front of Censorship in different Romance languages and literatures. Relevant themes and topics may include, but are not limited to:
- Exiles literatures.
- Literary genre censorship, opposed to artistic creativity.
- The text as a political or/and social allegory.
- Discursive parodies and other masks that conceal content.
- Alternative discourses as dissident expressive forms, reluctant to be silenced.
- Genre (sex) impositions and/or discriminations.
- Dominant groups’ readings, opposed to freedom of individual thought.
- Authors or texts recognition, according to the dominant group interpretation.
- Creativity or artistic stagnation in front of censorship.
- Vision of the “other”: his value, rescue or rejection.
- The official literature versus dissidence’s negative valuation.
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