The Spanish Program at the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics (DLLL) would like to invite students and faculty to Dr. Eugenia Zicavo’s talk on Contemporary Latin American Women Writers.
Location: South Ross 552, Keele Campus, York University
Date: October 4, 2023
Time: 2:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Light snacks, coffee and tea will be served!
Dr. Zicavo’s presentation explores contemporary works written by Latin American female writers from countries such as Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador and Peru. She examines the place of Latin American women writers in the literary canon and offers an overview of literary themes, searches, and aesthetics. Her talk highlights how such literature accounts for dissimilar and complex spaces. It is, nonetheless, linked by common themes of violence, intimacy, inequality and power. The emergence of new narratives and the circulation of Latin American literature translated worldwide will also be analyzed.
Dr. Eugenia Zicavo has a Ph. D. in Social Sciences. She is a sociologist and a journalist dedicated to literary criticism. Dr. Zicavo is a professor and researcher in Sociology of Culture at University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and of Management of Art and Culture at University of Tres de Febrero (UNTREF). She lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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