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A Discussion of Obscuro Barroco: "Imaginações de Carnaval"


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Online event via Zoom link.

Join Drs. Ana López, João Luiz Vieira, Leslie Louise Marsh, and Catherine Benamou for a discussion of the documentary film Obscuro Barroco.
Obscuro Barroco is a documentary-fiction film about the dizzying heights of gender and metamorphosis in Rio de Janeiro. Following the path of iconic transgender figure Luana Muniz (1961-2017), the film explores the different quests for the self, through transvestism, carnival and political struggle. In turn, it asks questions about the desire for transformation of the body, both intimate and social.
You can watch the film, browse resources, and meet the panelists on the event webpage here:
We encourage all attendees to watch the film prior to the event.
Special thanks to Tulane Department of Communication, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Eres Tú, and PORTulane for their support in this program.

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Tulane Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Howard Tilton Memorial Library
TU Department of Communications


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