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Is There an Original Language? Poetry, Translation, Authorship

  • 22 Apr 2015
  • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • Boston University, 725 Comm. Ave., Boston, Room 224

A series of readings sponsored by NETA


Alicia Borinsky is a widely published fiction writer, poet, and novelist who writes both in Spanish and English. She is a professor of Latin American and comparative literature at Boston University and director of the Boston University Cultural Studies in Buenos Aires Program. Her forthcoming bilingual volume of poetry Las ciudades perdidas van al paraíso/Lost Cities Go to Paradise has been translated by Regina Galasso.


Regina Galasso is a writer, translator, editor, and teacher. She writes about and teaches courses on Iberian and Latin American writers and artists and their contact with the United States. She is completing a book titled Translating New York: The City's Languages in Iberian Literatures, which reveals the ways in which New York has played a fundamental role in the development of Iberian literatures. She is assistant professor of comparative literature in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.


For information: Diego.Mansilla@umb.edu or kfkronenberg@earthlink.net

 


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