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Oraliteragraphic and Mirror Visions in Contemporary Indigenous Literature and Media in Abya Ayala

Speaker

Miguel Rocha Vivas and Paul M. Worley

TRANSLATION, MEDIA AND COSMOPOLITICS part 2 of a colloquium presented by the Amazon Lab Oraliteragraphic and Mirror Visions in Contemporary Indigenous Literature and Media in Abya Ayala Monday, April 3, 2023 - 12:00pm-2:00pm at Smith Warehouse, Bay 5, Amazon Lab free lunch provided RSVP at https://cutt.ly/translation Miguel Rocha Vivas. Associate Professor. Chair Literature Program, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá Paul M. Worley. Professor, Spanish and World Literatures, Department Chair Department Languages, Literatures & Cultures. App. State. Both scholars are highly involved with oralitura from Mexico to Peru. They will be releasing the book Sbelel ch'ul K'opetik Ritual de Palabras presenting contemporary indigenous artists/writers and produced via participatory edition with Snichimal Vayuchil collective and mingasdelaimagen.org in Chiapas (in seven indigenous languages). A short video will follow the presentation. More on the speakers: see https://sites.fhi.duke.edu/amazonlab/event/translation-media-and-cosmopolitics-part-2/

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Global, Visual and Creative Arts