Event Title

Xochipilli Podcast

Location

Recital Hall

Department

World Languages and Cultures

Abstract

Xochipilli Podcast is a winning project of the Graduate Dean's Research and Creative Activities Assistantships, 2021-2022 and belongs to the MA students at LALC. It arises with the goal of complementing our work with additional knowledge of Latino and Latin American culture and the context in which it is produced. Xochipilli Podcast offers an introduction to cultural and literary themes through a dialogue with scholars and artists who work with them. This creative project will expose the steps to make Xochipilli Podcast from its recording to the editing process. So far, this cultural project has interviews, book and cultural reviews and an episode that was part of the Lit & Luz Festival held in Chicago in 2021. The exhibition of this project within the 29th John Sargon Albazi Research and Creative Activities Student Symposium will be completely in Spanish and aims to show the work done in the creation of the podcast, showing the description of some of the episodes, the creative steps to record, edit and its final publication on the Spotify platform.

Faculty Sponsor

Brandon Bisbey, Northeastern Illinois University

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May 6th, 9:20 AM

Xochipilli Podcast

Recital Hall

Xochipilli Podcast is a winning project of the Graduate Dean's Research and Creative Activities Assistantships, 2021-2022 and belongs to the MA students at LALC. It arises with the goal of complementing our work with additional knowledge of Latino and Latin American culture and the context in which it is produced. Xochipilli Podcast offers an introduction to cultural and literary themes through a dialogue with scholars and artists who work with them. This creative project will expose the steps to make Xochipilli Podcast from its recording to the editing process. So far, this cultural project has interviews, book and cultural reviews and an episode that was part of the Lit & Luz Festival held in Chicago in 2021. The exhibition of this project within the 29th John Sargon Albazi Research and Creative Activities Student Symposium will be completely in Spanish and aims to show the work done in the creation of the podcast, showing the description of some of the episodes, the creative steps to record, edit and its final publication on the Spotify platform.