Marta Segarra (Universitat de Barcelona) on "Escritoras catalanas del Magreb" | The UMass Amherst Spanish & Portuguese Program Newsletter | Scoop.it

On Thursday, Oct. 3 at 6:30, in Herter 301, Professor Marta Segarra, from the Universitat de Barcelona,  will give a lecture on women writers from the Maghreb, women who currently live in Catalunya and have published a corpus in Catalan. The title of her talk is "Nacionalismo y postcolonialismo: Escritoras catalanas del Magreb".

 

The talk is in Spanish.

 

Marta Segarra is the co-founder and director of the Centre Dona i Literatura. Gènere, sexualitats, crítica de la cultura at the Universitat de Barcelona:

http://www.ub.edu/cdona/qui-som

She is the coordinator of the Càtedra UNESCO Dones,
and editor-in-chief of the journal _Expressions maghrébines_, that publishes new, cutting edge research in French and English on literature and other cultural forms —film, music, etc.— rooted in the Maghreb and its diasporas:

http://www.ub.edu/cdona/em#information

 

This event is sponsored by the University of Massachusetts Amherst (Program of Spanish and Portuguese, Program of French, Dept. of Languages, Literatures and Cultures and Program of Modern European Studies) and by the Dept. of Spanish, Latina/o, Latin American Studies at Mount Holyoke College.