Don Quixote will ride again in 2015! This time, he will not start his route in Spanish lands but will be shifted to the Western United States. From April 23-26th, The University of Colorado Denver and The University of Wyoming Laramie will host the celebration of the 400th anniversary of the Second Part of The Ingenious Low-Born Noble Don Quixote de la Mancha (1615), by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547–1616).
Professor Conxita Domènech of UW and Professor Andrés Lema-Hincapié of CU Denver are organizing a series of cultural events with truly extraordinary repercussions. Keynote speakers will include: William Egginton, Johns Hopkins University; Luce López-Baralt, Universidad de Puerto Rico Río Piedras; María Antonia Garcés, Cornell University; Diana de Armas Wilson, University of Denver; Steven Hutchinson, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Mercedes Alcalá-Galán, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Edwin Williamson, University of Oxford. For more information please go to this link.