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POSTPONED: Peruvian Novelist to Visit

Location: John S. Toll Science Center

March 17, 2014
This event has been postponed by weather concerns and will be rescheduled for another date: Claudia Salazar Jiménez will address issues of gender and violence and read excerpts of her debut novel in Spanish when she comes to campus March 17.

CHESTERTOWN, MD—Peruvian novelist Claudia Salazar Jiménez will visit Washington College on Monday, March 17, to mark the International Day of Women. Salazar will speak at 4 p.m. in Litrenta Lecture Hall, Toll Science Center, on “Women in/at War: Gender, Political Violence and Lesbian Writing in South America.” She also will read in Spanish from her debut novel, La Sangre de la Aurora. 

A specialist in modern and contemporary Latin American literature, Claudia Salazar Jiménez earned a BA from Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos in Lima and a PhD in Latin American Literature and Visual Culture at New York University. She is the founder of Perufest: the Festival of New Peruvian Cinema in New York and editor of the 2011 anthology Voces para Lilith: Literatura Contemporánea de Temática Lésbica en Sudamérica (Voices for Lilith: Lesbian Contemporary Literature in South America)

Her talk, sponsored by the William James Forum, E. R. O. S., Sigma Delta Pi and the Department of Modern Languages, is free and open to the public.


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