Garcia-Castanon presents at conference in Spain

Santiago Garcia-Castanon, WCU professor of Spanish, recently gave two presentations at an international conference focusing on Miguel de Cervantes, author of “Don Quixote.”

Santiago Garcia-Castanon

Santiago Garcia-Castanon

The conference was organized by the Universidad Internacional Menendez Pelayo in Santander, Spain.

Garcia-Castanon’s presentation was titled “El legado cervantino en las artes: ilustraciones fantasticas de Don Quijote” (roughly translated, “Cervantes’ legacy in the arts: Fantastic illustrations of Don Quixote.”

His second talk was as a guest speaker at the Aula de Cultura in Aviles, where he gave a lecture on the topic “Las imagenes de Don Quijote a traves del tiempo” (“The images of Don Quixote over time”).

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