“The Influence of Pop Culture and Modernist Literature in the Contemporary Mexican Novel” will be a talk given by Geney Beltrán Félix. It will be in the Multicultural Resource Center, EUC, Nov. 15, 2012, from 3 to 5:30 p.m.
A Mexican writer, currently living in Mexico City, Félix will speak on the influence of American and European literature and culture on recent generations of Latin American writers, including himself. The one-hour long lecture will take place at 3 p.m.
After the one-hour talk by Félix, there will also be a round-table discussion in the same room of the EUC between Félix, and Antonio Moreno, assistant professor of Latin American literature and culture at Barton College. The round-table discussion will focus on the writings and creative writing process of Félix.