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El plaer de la lectura. Alice Munro i nou escriptores imprescindibles

Course

March 14 to May 23, 2014, from 12h to 14h

Centre Cultural El Carme, c/ Francesc Layret 78-82 - 08911 Badalona
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Coordinated by Helena González Fernández and Andrea Ruthven, from the Centre Dona i Literatura, the objective of the course El plaer de la lectura. Alice Munro i nou escriptores imprescindibles is to draw attention to a long list of women writers who have made vital contributions to literature and the fictionalization of women's experiences and desires. Through the specialists leading the sessions, we will be encouraged to enjoy the pleasures of reading and coming to know the work of these ten authors from different cultures, as well as attempting to answer some common questions. Why are these authors essential and singular? To what extent have they made the quotidian into something exceptional? To which of the questions raised by our contemporary moment do their short stories and novels offer answers? As well as the coordinators, Àngels Carabí, Isabel Clúa, Elena Losada, Joana Masó and Dolores Resano from the Centre Dona i Literatura will participate along with Beatriz Ferrús (UAB), Mònica Rius (UB) and Anna Maria Villalonga (UB).

 

The course, comprised of ten two-hour sessions, has a cost of 140€; discounts are offered for members of the UB community, residents of Badalona (115 €), and people over 55 (95 €). Consult all the information on prices and the registration procedure in the Àrea de Formació Complementària of the Universitat de Barcelona.

 

PROGRAM

- Alice Munro

- Toni Morrison

- Emilia Pardo Bazán

- Clarice Lispector

- Caterina Albert

- Angela Carter

- Ángeles Mastretta

- Rosalía de Castro

- Hanan Al Shaykh

- Marguerite Duras

Coordination
Helena González Fernández,
Andrea Ruthven
Participant(s)
Àngels Carabí,
Isabel Clúa,
Beatriz Ferrús,
Elena Losada,
Anna Maria Villalonga,
Dolores Resano,
Mònica Rius
Organization
Àrea de Formació Complementària, Universitat de Barcelona;
Centre Dona i Literatura