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Once Upon a Time: Spreading the Magic of Fairytales throughout Colorado

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Join University of Colorado faculty to explore the library's unique collection of rare European and American fairytales!

 

WHERE: NORLIN LIBRARY ROOM E113 (1st Floor Learning Commons)

 

 

+ October 13th

 

"Kamennyi tsvetok". [The Stone Flower] (1946) (With English Subtitles)

Russia, Alexander Ptushko.

 

Mark Leiderman, Associate Professor, Department of German and Slavic Languages and Literatures

 

What: Film Showing and Discussion

When: 6.30-9 pm

Where: E113 Norlin Commons

 

 

+ October 21st

 

 

"Eroticism/sexuality in early modern French and Italian fairy tales"

 

Jacques Barchilon, Professor Emeritus, Department of French and Italian

Suzanne Magnanini, Assistant Professor, Department of French and Italian

 

What: Talk and Discussion

When: 5-6.30 pm

Where: E113 Norlin Commons

 

 

 

+ October 27th

 

 

"Morozko" [Father Frost] (1966) (With English subtitles)

Russia, Alexander Rou.

 

Vicki Grove, Senior Instructor, Department of German and Slavic Languages and Literatures

 

What: Film Showing and Discussion

When: 6.30-9 pm

Where: E113 Norlin Commons

 

 

 

+ November 4th

 

 

"Sleeping Beauty Awakes: Unexpected Retellings in Recent Children’s Literature"

 

Claudia Mills, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy

 

What: Talk and Discussion

When: 5-6.30 pm

Where: E113 Norlin Commons

 

 

+ November 10th

 

 

"Die goldene Gans" [The Golden Goose] (1964) (With English subtitles)

East Germany, Siegfried Hartmann.

 

Ann Schmiesing, Associate Professor, Department of German and Slavic Languages and Literatures

 

What: Film Showing and Discussion

When: 6.30-9 pm

Where: E113 Norlin Commons

 

 

This program was made possible by support from:

 

Colorado Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities

DEFA Film Library at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. 

 

Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities or Colorado Humanities.

 

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