When: Tuesday, November 5, at 4 pm Where: Kelly Student Commons room 4.03 (4C)
Lecture (in English) by Leonard Cortana, Ph.D. Candidate, NYU Cinema Studies Department & Adjunct Instructor in International and French Film History
Leonard is also a filmmaker currently screening a short documentary about activist movements, spreading the intersectional legacy of Afro-Brazilian activist and politician Marielle Franco in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Cortana is a 2019/2020 fellow at the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University, where he is researching mixed-race youths utilizing online tools to explore their roots and support collaborative activism.
For more information contact Dr. Samira Hassa at email@example.com