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Two Lectures by Marjorie Agosin

Two Lectures by Marjorie Agosin [article image]

When: Thu, Mar 06 2014 5:30pm  Fri, Mar 07 2014 11:00pm 

Where: Mitchell Hall, Room 122, UNM and Ortega Reading Room, Ortega Hall 335, UNM

Marjorie Agosin, Ph.D., author and human rights activist, is the Luella LaMer Slaner Professor of Latin American studies at Wellesley College.  She is the recipient of the Dr. Fritz Redlich Global Mental Health and Human Rights Award at the Harvard Medical school (2013) for the Healing Power of her Poetry, the U.N. Leadership Award for Human Rights, and the Gabriela Mistral Medal of Honor (for lifetime achievement) from the Chilean government. She is considered one of the foremost Latina writers in the United States today.

Thursday, March 6th, 5:30-7:00

Marjorie Agosín
"Weaving Resistance: Women, Creativity, and Social Change"

Location: Mitchell Hall, Room 122, UNM

 

Friday, March 7th, 12:00-1:30

Marjorie Agosín
“The Exile Writer and the Literary Imagination in the Americas”
Q&A to follow

Location: Ortega Reading Room, Ortega Hall 335, UNM

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