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Bi-lingual Poetry Reading by Martín Camps
|Event Start Date||Wednesday, November 9, 2011|
French Parlor (front of Founders Hall)
|Event Start Time||5:30 pm - 7:00 pm|
Martín Camps is the author of Desert Sun, The Invention of the World, and Extinction of Twilight. He has published poems in The Bitter Oleander, Tierra Adentro, Pemmican, Alforja, and Border Senses, among other journals. He is an associate professor of Latin American literature at the University of the Pacific (Stockton, California) where he teaches on border literature in Mexico and the U.S. and has published the following books on this theme: Cruces fronterizos: hacia una narrativa del desierto (2008) and Acercamientos a la narrativa de Luis Arturo Ramos (2003).
Sponsored by the Spanish Program and the Department of Languages and Literatures
Co-sponsored by Latin American Studies and the Trans-Border Institute
|Contact||Kevin Guerrieri | email@example.com | (619) 260-7827|