Translation, Memory and the Archive: The Literary Worlds of the Spanish Philippines

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Friday, March 12, 2021 from 9:00pm - 9:15pm

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Online

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Event typeExhibit Opening
SeriesTranslation and Memory: Hispanofilipino Literature and the Archive in the US Midwest

Join us for the launch of The Literary Worlds of the Spanish Philippines, a virtual exhibit about the history of translation in Filipino literature in Spanish.

The exhibit was curated by Professor Marlon James Sales with assistance from Barbara Alvarez and Fe Susan Go of the U-M Library, Charlotte Fater (U-M Library Scholar), Júlia Irion Martins (U-M Comparative Literature), and Colin Garon (U-M Anthropology).

Please join us for the prior events in this seminar series, Translation and Memory: Hispanofilipino Literature and the Archive in the US Midwest and Translation/Transnation: Translation as a Critical Practice for Writing a Nation in Transit.

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Barbara Alvarez · barbalva@umich.edu

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