At the lecture by Prof. Teresa Cristina Cerdeira da Silva, the celebrated poem "E Agora José" by Carlos Drummond de Andrade was read. Those who would like to hear the author reading the poem can access it here
On May 18 from 14:00 to 16:30 the Department of Portuguese will host two guest lectures by Prof. Ana Paula Arnaut on "O Feminino nos Romances de António Lobo Antunes" and by Prof. Teresa Cristina Cerdeira da Silva on "Literatura: A personagem em diáspora".
Prof. Arnaut teaches at the University of Coimbra and has regularly contributed to the programme in Utrecht. She is a specialist on Saramago, Lobo Antunes and postmodernism. Prof. Cerdeira da Silva, who was in Utrecht last a year ago, teaches at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Having been the first to publish a monograph on Saramago, she has published widely in the field of Portuguese literature. All interested are welcome to attend. The lectures will be held in Achter de Dom, room 0.03.
The Department of Portuguese at Utrecht University offers full BA, MA and PhD study possibilities and focuses on the cultures of Portugal, Brazil and lusophone Africa. CAMINHOS provides actual information on cultural events related to those cultures and to the Portuguese language, in the Netherlands and abroad.
O Departamento de Estudos Portugueses da Universidade de Utreque oferece programas de BA, MA e PhD e abrange o estudo das culturas de Portugal, Brasil e da África lusófona. CAMINHOS relata informações actuais sobre eventos culturais relacionados com essas culturas e com a língua portuguesa nos Países Baixos e no estrangeiro.