Film, Video Malinche & Women in the Conquest of Mexico
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- Malinche & Women in the Conquest of Mexico
- Gladys Ilarregui reads and discusses her poetry in Spanish.
- Event Date
- March 28, 2011
- - Gladys Ilarregui is an Argentinean poet who has resided in the Washington area since 1983. Her poetic work consists of six books of poetry, all of them translated into English by Judy McInnis and Egla Morales Blouin. She has won several awards including the Plural Prize (Mexico, 1993), the Federico Garcia Lorca Prize (USA, 1994), the Jorge Luis Borges Prize (Argentina, 1999), and the Arthur P. Whitaker Prize (USA, 2003). She has read her work and at the Library of Congress, and other centres and universities within the US and abroad. Currently she is working at University of Delaware, where she teaches Colonial Literature and Latin American Poetry.
- Related Resources
- Hispanic Division: https://www.loc.gov/rr/hispanic/
- Running Time
- 56 minutes 51 seconds
- Online Format
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