THE IBERO-AMERICAN FEMALE WRITER: A CHALLENGE AGAINST SILENCE
A tribute to the female writer of Ibero America in her struggle against the darkness in which the patriarchal and literary canon has submerged her.
FREE TALK (Spanish) by Verónica Álvarez Córdova
Friday, 6 March, 7pm
In their fight against all orders of prohibitions, reprisals and tragic consequences, they were breaking taboos, which in some societies still endure.
This study, the writer of Ibero America, represents the struggle of women through five centuries in which she was not passive, as might be expected, but with a mixture of adaptability and rebelliousness at the beginning, and an open rebelliousness in the last two centuries.
Venue: Cambridge Spanish Centre, 60 Hills Road, CB2 1LA
No need to book. Limited number of seats.