Literature

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Cervantes and Shakespeare: A Transnational Conversation
  • Literature
  • Chicago

Cervantes and Shakespeare: A Transnational Conversation

A Joint Cervantes Symposium / Early Modern Studies Symposium.

Apr 14 – Apr 16, 2016

Celebrating Cervantes: A Dialogue between Edith Grossman and William Egginton
  • Literature
  • Washington, D.C.

Celebrating Cervantes: A Dialogue between Edith Grossman and William Egginton

On the occasion of the 400 anniversary of Cervantes’ death, renowned translator Edith Grossman and literary scholar William Egginton will discuss the author’s life, works and influence on world literature.

Apr 12, 2016

Celebration of Mario Vargas Llosa
  • Literature
  • Washington, D.C.

Celebration of Mario Vargas Llosa

A Library of Congress celebration of the life and work of Peruvian-Spanish author Mario Vargas Llosa on the occasion of the conferral of The Library of Congress Living Legend Award.

Apr 11, 2016

A reading with Manuel Vilas and Ana merino
  • Literature
  • Washington, D.C.

A reading with Manuel Vilas and Ana merino

As part of their three-week residency at Dickinson College, award-winning Spanish writers Ana Merino and Manuel Vilas will read from their works and discuss the state of Spanish poetry and literature.

Apr 6, 2016

7th International Conference on Spanish Language (CILE)
  • Literature
  • San Juan, PR

7th International Conference on Spanish Language (CILE)

The 7th International Conference on Spanish Language in San Juan will focus on Spanish language and creativity.

Mar 11 – Mar 19, 2016

Quijotes por el mundo
  • Literature
  • San Juan, PR

Quijotes por el mundo

The exhibition is traveling to San Juan in Puerto Rico to mark the VII Congreso Internacional de la Lengua Española.

Mar 10 – Jun 10, 2016

Shakespeare & Cervantes: A unique lecture and performance series
  • Literature
  • San Francisco

Shakespeare & Cervantes: A unique lecture and performance series

Humanities West presents a new program about two of Western civilization’s greatest writers: Miguel de Cervantes and William Shakespeare.

Feb 26 – Feb 27, 2016

Two Voices Salon with Valerie Miles on Enrique Vila-Matas
  • Literature
  • San Francisco

Two Voices Salon with Valerie Miles on Enrique Vila-Matas

Two Voices Salon of 2016 welcome powerhouse editor and translator Valerie Miles, who will be in conversation with Two Lines Press’s Scott Esposito via Skype.

Feb 11, 2016

In a place called La Mancha, whose name is... Orgaz
  • Literature
  • Boston

In a place called La Mancha, whose name is... Orgaz

Anatomy of a creative encounter between Cervantes and El Greco by Francisco Prado-Vilar, Scientific Director of the Andrew W. Mellon Santiago Cathedral Project.

Feb 11, 2016

Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616): Later Works and Legacy
  • Literature
  • Boston

Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616): Later Works and Legacy

An exhibition of works from the last years of Cervantes’ life, as well as translations and adaptations that show the enduring legacy of his work.

Jan 20 – Mar 24, 2016

Toni Sala at The Bookbinders Museum in San Francisco
  • Literature
  • San Francisco

Toni Sala at The Bookbinders Museum in San Francisco

An event to celebrate the release of Toni Sala’s riveting, tragic novel The Boys.

Nov 3, 2015

Festival de la Palabra 2015
  • Literature
  • San Juan, PR

Festival de la Palabra 2015

The 6th Edition of Puerto Rico’s Festival de la Palabra will have Writing in Violent Times as the main topic.

Oct 19 – Oct 25, 2015

La edad ganada by Mar Gómez Glez
  • Literature
  • Miami

La edad ganada by Mar Gómez Glez

CCEMiami invites you the book presentation La Edad Ganada by Spanish playwright and novelist Mar Gómez Glez.

Oct 16, 2015

One Hundred Miles from Manhattan By Guillermo Fesser
  • Literature
  • Boston

One Hundred Miles from Manhattan By Guillermo Fesser

A fresh, funny, positive and affectionate portrait of life in small-town America –and beyond by Guillermo Fesser.

Sep 24, 2015

National Book Festival 2015
  • Literature
  • Washington, D.C.

National Book Festival 2015

The Library of Congress adds a new International Pavilion, featuring young Spanish-language novelists and renowned authors, to its National Book Festival this September.

Sep 5, 2015

Book Presentation: La Soledad
  • Literature
  • Washington, D.C.

Book Presentation: La Soledad

A conversation with author Natalio Grueso about his first novel, La Soledad.

Jun 23, 2015