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Lecture: Unrewarded Care: Misandria and the Neglect of Women in the Poetry of Margarita Hickey
Start Date: 5/3/2017Start Time: 12:30 PM
End Date: 5/3/2017End Time: 2:00 PM

Event Description:
Dr. Juan Jesus Payan, assistant professor in the Department of Languages and Literature, will speak on "Unrewarded Care: Misandria and the Neglect of Women in the Poetry of Margarita Hickey (1789)" as part of the Women's Lecture Series. The Spanish Enlightenment signified the birth of a new sensibility in gender politics that allowed the foundation of modern feminism. Poetry was a genre relegated to a second-rate status, mostly devoted to didactic morals and constricted by the Neo-Classical style in vogue. Margarita Hickey, one of the dazzling poets of the period, denounces the depravity of men and the neglect with which female care is rewarded under patriarchy. She aims at establishing an unprecedented territory for homosocial solidarity and support among women in Peninsular literature. Her contributions will be contextualized within her biography and ideas through two of her most famous poems.
Contact Information:
Name: Professor Banoum
Phone: 718 960-1160
Email: womens.studies@lehman.cuny.edu
Prof. Juan Jesus Payan
Attachments For This Event:
    > Spring Lecture 3 (5-3-17)
Admission Information:
Free - All are invited to attend
Audience:
  • Alumni
  • Faculty
  • Prospective Students
  • Staff
  • Students
  • Transfer Students
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  • Lectures

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