ANGELA FURTUNA, PR NORMAN MANEA 27 SI 28 IUNIE ANIVERSARE 75 BIBLIOTECA BUCOVINEI
ANGELA FURTUNA, PR NORMAN MANEA 27 SI 28 IUNIE ANIVERSARE 75 BIBLIOTECA BUCOVINEI

Consiliul Judeţean Suceava
Biblioteca Bucovinei
Uniunea Scriitorilor din Romania – Filiala Iaşi
Librăriile Alexandria
www. agonia.ro

Susţinere şi Solidaritate, la Biblioteca Bucovinei, cu

Programul

ICR NEW YORK

ȘI

BARD  COLLEGE

Norman Manea – A celebration

27-28 iunie

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La Biblioteca Bucovinei, pe 27 – 28 iunie, expoziţii de carte, dezbateri, workshop, audiţii şi proiecţii:

 

WORKSHOP  27 iunie, ora 14, Sala de Arte a Bibliotecii Bucovinei:

NORMAN MANEA 75

– A CELEBRATION

Tematica:

Norman Manea – un scriitor important al literaturii române și internaționale – o personalitate complexă a culturii românești și universale.

Expoziții de carte din fondul de la Biblioteca Bucovinei și din Librăriile Alexandria, lecturi publice, audiții și vizionări de pelicule și înregistrări video.

 

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Coordonator Program: Angela FURTUNA

 

mail angela_furtuna@yahoo.com

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Programul
face parte și din
Campania Bibliotecii Bucovinei

şi a Consiliului Judeţean Suceava


intitulată


ROMÂNIA  VORBITĂ  FRUMOS

 

 

Până în prezent,

Campania România Vorbită Frumos a beneficiat, la Biblioteca Bucovinei (autoarea programului), de promovare prin 1. Expoziția de carte, dicționare și enciclopedii românești sub genericul „Limba română, o moștenire de preț,
2. Expozi
ția carte și documente Academician Alexandru Graur – O viață dăruită limbii române, 3. expoziţia documentară Eveniment UNESCO – Mihail Sadoveanu 130 , 4. celebrarea prin expoziţie de carte şi prin lectură a marelui poet român Aurel Dumitraşcu, 5. celebrarea prin expoziție de carte a scriitorului Norman Manea, nume de referință al literaturii de limbă română, 6. lansarea volumului pentru copii initulat Mărgăritarele de Rodica Puşcaşu, 7. celebrarea prin şapte ateliere de lectură a Programului Anul 2010 – Anul Paul Celan – Program al Bibliotecii Bucovinei, 8. lecturi publice din Elena Farago, Maria Banuş, Otilia Cazimir, George Bacovia, George Topârceanu, Nicolae Labiş, Anton Holban, Vasile Voiculescu., 9. Organizarea de expoziţii de carte din Fondul „Monica Lovinescu” al Universităţii din Oradea precum şi a conferinţelor, colocviilor şi lecturilor publice în cadrul Zilelor Monica Lovinescu – Ediţie internaţională, noiembrie 2010, Program al Bibliotecii Bucovinei, 10. Expoziţia de carte şi lecturile publice sub genericul Shoah efectuate cu sute de tineri care au comemorat între 24 şi 27 ianuarie 2011 Ziua Internaţională a Victimelor Holocaustului la Biblioteca Bucovinei. 11. Expoziţia de carte intitulată „15 februarie – O zi pentru România cultă”, celebrarea zilei de naştere a academicienilor români Titu Maiorescu, Spiru Haret, Constantin Rădulescu-Motru”, 12. Centenar Emil Cioran.  Workshop I în parteneriat cu Humanitas: lecturi din Emil Cioran, Norman Manea (O vizită la Emil Cioran) şi Monica Lovinescu (La apa Vavilonului – pagini despre Emil Cioran) 13. XXXI de sesiuni ale Clubului de Lectură „Prinţul fermecat” şi ale Cenaclului Scriitorilor-Copii patronate de USR-Filiala Iaşi 14. Organizarea celei de a 13-a ediţii a Festivalului Primăvara Poeţilor- Le Printemps des Poetes la Suceava, la Biblioteca Bucovinei, în zilele 7-21 martie a.c., inclusiv celebrarea Zilei Internaţionale a Francofoniei – 20 martie 2011. 15. Eveniment Întâlnirile din Alexandria în cadrul Centenar Emil Cioran, la Casa Cărţii, Librăriile Alexandria. 16. Trei Evenimente Majore din cadrul programului de Lecturi Urbane Oraşul Citeşte, coordonat de Alexandria Librării şi Cultureşti în parteneriat cu BB și Uniunea Scriitorilor din România. 17. Comemorare ITZIK MANGER 110 – REGELE POEZIEI IDIŞ. 18. In Memoriam ION ZUBAȘCU, iunie 2011. 18. Centenar ERNESTO SABATO, 23 iunie 2011 ora 17.

 


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Angela Furtuna
scriitoare, eseistă, publicistă, critic literar
membră a Uniunii Scriitorilor din România
Master în PR și Comunicare
Master în Semiotica Limbajului în Massmedia și Publicitate

Specialist în biblioteconomie și bibliografie
Specialist iin Informare UE și Marketing Cultural,

Biblioteca Bucovinei
Program 27-28 iunie,  PR  NORMAN MANEA – A CELEBRATION – THE 75 th ANNIVERSAY OF NORMAN MANEA

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PROGRAMUL  MASTER  AL  ICR  NEW  YORK  SI  BARD COLLEGE

Contact: Jennifer Wai-Lan Huang

(845) 758-7008

huang@bard.edu

Andra Stoica

(212) 687-0180

andra@icrny.org

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

THE ROMANIAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE IN NEW YORK AND BARD COLLEGE CELEBRATE THE 75thBIRTHDAY OF INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED WRITER NORMAN MANEA WITH TWO-DAY SYMPOSIUM

IN NEW YORK CITY, JUNE 27 TO 28

Participants Include Leon Botstein, Paul Bailey, Robert Boyers, Jonathan Brent, Joseph Cuomo, Luca Formenton, Reginald Gibbons, Edward Hirsch, Edward Kanterian, Silviu Lupescu, Valerie Miles, Carmen Muşat, Maria Nadotti,

Francine Prose, Bogdan-Alexandru Stănescu, and Corina Şuteu

NEW YORK, N.Y.—The Romanian Cultural Institute in New York and Bard College will present Norman Manea: A Celebration, a tribute to Norman Manea, Francis Flournoy Professor in European Studies and Culture and writer in residence at Bard College. The Romanian writer is a leading contemporary figure in international literature and culture. This intellectually rewarding celebration of Manea’s life and work will bring together editors, publishers, dedicated scholars, friends, colleagues, and collaborators from throughout the world to honor the 75th birthday of one of the most remarkable writers of our time. The two-day symposium will take place from June 27 to 28, 2011 at The Bard Graduate Center Lecture Hall, 38 West 86th Street in New York City. All events are free and open to the public. Registration is required. Please contact icrny@icrny.org or (212) 687-0180 to register. Visit http://www.icrny.org for details.

 

Introduced by Bard President Leon Botstein and hosted by Corina Şuteu, director of the Romanian Cultural Institute in New York, the event includes presentations, panel discussions, and a documentary film, all covering the trajectory of Manea’s life and exploring the aesthetic and ethical dimensions of his literary work before and after his exile

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from Romania in 1986. Participants include Paul Bailey, Robert Boyers, Jonathan Brent, Joseph Cuomo, Luca Formenton, Reginald Gibbons, Edward Hirsch, Edward Kanterian, Silviu Lupescu, Valerie Miles, Carmen Musat, Maria Nadotti, Bogdan-Alexandru Stănescu, and Francine Prose, among others. Norman Manea will make a special appearance.

 

Acclaimed Romanian émigré writer Norman Manea has been a member of the Bard faculty since 1989 and is the author of 22 volumes of fiction and essays. Among numerous honors, he has received the United States MacArthur and Guggenheim fellowships, The National Jewish Book Award and the Literary Lion Medal by the State Library of New York, has been awarded Italy’s International Nonino Prize for Literature, and been elected a member of the Berlin Academy of Art. His memoir The Hooligan’s Return received France’s Prix Médicis Étranger in 2006. In 2007, he was awarded the Order of Cultural Merit by the President of Romania and in 2008 received honorary degrees in literature from the University of Bucharest and Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj, Romania. In 2009, the French Ministry of Culture conferred the most prestigious title of Commandeur de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres on him. His work has been translated into 20 languages. He lives with his wife in New York City.

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NORMAN MANEA: A CELEBRATION

June 27–28, 2011

The Bard Graduate Center Lecture Hall

38 West 86th Street

New York, NY 10024

Program Schedule

 

The symposium is hosted by Corina Şuteu, Director of the Romanian Cultural Institute in New York.

Monday, June 27

 

3 p.m.–4 p.m.  REGISTRATION

4 p.m.  OPENING REMARKS

Leon Botstein, President, Bard College

Silviu Lupescu, Director, Polirom Publishing House, Iaşi, Romania

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4:20 p.m.  KEYNOTE ADDRESS

“Thinking About Norman Manea”

Robert Boyers, Tisch Professor of Arts and Letter at Skidmore College, founder and editor of Salmagundi quarterly

4:50 p.m.–7 p.m.  PANEL CONTRIBUTIONS

Brief introduction by moderator Carmen Muşat, Associate Professor, Romanian Literature Department, University of Bucharest & Editor-in-Chief of Observator cultural weekly

“A Multiplicity of Selves: An Appreciation of Norman Manea”

Joseph Cuomo, Founding Director, Queens College Evening Readings, CUNY

“The Way from Trickster to Titan, and Backwards, in Norman Manea’s Novel and Essay”

Bogdan-Alexandru Stănescu, Editorial director of Polirom Publishing House

“The Imagination of Norman Manea”

Reginald Gibbons, Professor of English, Classics, Spanish & Portuguese, Northwestern University, Chicago

“The Hooligan’s Return”

Francine Prose, writer, visiting professor of literature, Bard College

7 p.m.–7:40 p.m.  A MUSICAL AND LITERARY CODA

Cellist Sophie Shao performs Johann Sebastian Bach: Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012

Special guest Ion Caramitru reads from The Hooligan’s Return

Followed by a Reception

Tuesday, June 28

 

3 p.m.  OPENING REMARKS

Luca Formenton, Publisher, Il Saggiatore, Milan, Italy

3:15 p.m.  PANEL CONTRIBUTIONS

Brief introduction by poet and critic Edward Hirsch, President, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, NYC, who will moderate the panel

“What Norman Manea Has Taught Me About Romania”

Paul Bailey, writer and broadcaster; Senior Researcher in Creative Writing at Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingstone University London

Jonathan Brent, Executive Director, YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, NYC; Visiting Alger Hiss Professor of History and Literature, Bard College

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“On Expressing the Nightmare: Paul Celan and Norman Manea”

Edward Kanterian, Lecturer in Philosophy, Trinity College, Oxford, UK

 

Valerie Miles, Publishing Director of Duomo Ediciones, Barcelona, Spain

“The Hooligan’s Lesson in the Globalized World”

Maria Nadotti, journalist, essayist and translator, Milan, Italy

5:30 p.m.  SPECIAL SCREENING

A film about the life and career of Norman Manea

6:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m.  SPECIAL APPEARANCE

Norman Manea in conversation with the audience

CLOSING REMARKS

Moderated by Corina Şuteu

Concluded with a glass of wine

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ABOUT BARD COLLEGE

Since 1860, Bard College, located in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, has maintained a commitment to liberal arts and sciences education. The College offers the bachelor of arts degree with majors in more than 50 academic programs in four divisions: Arts; Languages and Literature; Science, Mathematics, and Computing; and Social Studies; as well as graduate degrees in fine arts; curatorial studies; the history of the decorative arts, design, and culture; environmental policy; teaching; vocal arts; and conducting. In addition, it offers a dual-degree program in which students receive a B.S. in economics and finance and a B.A. in another academic field. The Bard College Conservatory of Music offers a dual-degree program earning students a bachelor’s degree in music and a B.A. in a field other than music. Bard has developed a new vision of the liberal arts college as a central body surrounded by significant institutes and programs that strengthen its curriculum. For more information, visit http://www.bard.edu or e-mail pr@bard.edu.

 

ABOUT THE ROMANIAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE IN NEW YORK

The Romanian Cultural Institute in New York (RCINY) aims to promote Romanian culture throughout the U.S. and internationally, and to build sustainable, creative partnerships among American and Romanian cultural organizations. The Institute acts as a catalyst and proponent of initiatives across artistic fields, striving to foster understanding, cultural diplomacy, and scholarly discourse by enriching public perspectives of contemporary Romanian culture. RCINY is currently the president of the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) network in New York City. For the past five years, RCINY has been an active promoter of Romanian literature in translation, and has developed a series of landmark projects involving leading Romanian-American artists and intellectual figures. For more information, visit www.icrny.org or e-mail icrny@icrny.org.

 

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