Saturday, May 17 and Sunday, May 18
All events scheduled for Sala Samuel Beckett will instead be held at the Dawliz Theatre.
Program changes and clarifications
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, May 16, 17, 18 and 19
There will be one performance daily of "A Tale of Tangier: Conversations with Ghosts " presented by Rebekka Kill, Keeley McDonnell, Michael Thorne in collaboration with Abdelilah Mchichou and Samira Tarjisti. There will be a maxiumum four "audience" members for each performance; the performance takes place during an hour long walk on city streets. To participate, sign up with the presenters on Friday morning at the conference registration desk beginning at 9am; first come first served (NOW FULL). A panel discussion about the performances will be held on Monday, May 19: 15: 45 (see below).
Friday, May 16, 19: 00/19: 30
The artistic exhibition “Frecuencias” will not be shown; instead, a show titled “Palabra manuscrita” will be offered in the same time period. Courtesy of the Instituto Cervantes de Tanger, “Palabra manuscrita” is a fascinating exhibition of the most important manuscripts of Spanish literature (right up to the present) including works of Noble Prize winners. For more information, click here
Saturday, May 17, Dawliz Theatre
Follow the schedule in the Spanish Program, but ALL events at Dawliz Theatre
16: 00/ 18: 00 Documental
"Let it Come Down: The Life of Paul Bowles"
18: 00/ 19: 00 Presentación de ‘Refermez la nuit’ and ‘Permettez-moi madame de vous répudier’ de Mokhtar Chaoui
19: 00/19: 30 Mesa redonda “New forms of Publishing: Print on Demand and e-book” a cargo de José Luis Delgado Guitart
19: 30/20: 00 Lectura de “Shared Wind” a cargo de Marjorie Kanter. Selección de textos inspirados en Tánger y sus alrededores
21: 00 Concierto
Homage de Randy Weston back to Tangier
Sunday, May 18, Session 8: 18: 15/ 19: 15
The sessions for “Writing Off, Writing On: Tangier, Theoretically” by Nadine Milde and "Tangier sensing the city" by George Roberson and Khalid Amine have changed; instead, they will be presented on Monday, May 19, Session 9 at 9: 30/ 10: 45.
Monday, May 19, Session 10: 10.15/ 12.30
The session for “Solomon’s Successor: Saviour or Oppressor” by Ridouan El-Ayadi has changed; instead, it will be presented on Saturday, May 17, Session 1 at 11: 15/ 12: 45.
Monday, May 19: 15: 45/ 16: 45
There will be a panel session to discuss "A Tale of Tangier: Conversations with Ghosts " presented by Rebekka Kill, Keeley McDonnell, Michael Thorne in collaboration with Abdelilah Mchichou and Samira Tarjisti.
Monday, May 19, Session 11: 14: 15/ 15: 45
Dr Claudia Esposito, Visiting Assistant Professor of French, College of the Holy Cross, USA, will present her paper: “Transnational Tangier: Ben Jelloun’s “Mirror Cities.”
Christelle Davis' listing is incorrect; it should read - Writer, University of Sydney, Australia. Proposed paper: “One Night in Tangier.”
Ridouan El-Ayadi’s title is incorrect; it should read – “Solomon’s Successor: Saviour or Oppressor”
The following paper presenters will not appear: Regina Coragliotti, Younes El-Assad Ryani, Heather Folsom, Sonja Hedgepeth, Jim Long , Lucy Melbourne, Florien Vetch.
Sunday, May 18, 08.00
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