A educação do negro brasileiro - responsabilidades, negligência e inclusão
Fri, September 30, 2011 • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM • SRH 1.313
A talk by Brazilian writer Ana Maria Gonçalves for her novel "Um defeito de Cor"
The Department of Spanish and Portuguese, the Brazil Center/LLILAS, and the Warfield Center for African and African American Studies cordially invite you for "A educação do negro brasileiro - responsabilidades, negligência e inclusão,” a talk by Brazilian writer Ana Maria Gonçalves, winner of the Casa de las Américas prize (2007) for her novel Um defeito de cor.
Thursday, September 29, BEN 2.104, 4-5PM
Ana Maria Gonçalves will also speak on her life and work on Friday, September 30, Hackett Room (SRH 1.313), LLILAS, 12-1PM.
Ana Maria Gonçalves is the author of Ao lado e à margem do que sentes por mim (2002) and Um defeito de cor (2006). Her work has also appeared in short-story anthologies in Portugal and Italy. Gonçalves currently lives in New Orleans, LA, having taught courses at Tulane University as a writer-in-residence. She has also worked as a writer-in-residence at Stanford University (2008) and Middlebury College (2009).