Contemporary hispanic literature without frontiers, poetics and diaspora

The Canadian Association of Hispanists celebrates its XLV Congress between the 23 and May 26 in Carleton University, Ottawa dedicated to the Spanish literature and latin-American since the Baroque one to our days, that include the poetics and the contemporary hispanic diaspora, the forms of expression of the Spanish culture, the Spanish female voices and latin-Americans of the 20th century and XXI, the linguistic hispanic one in the 20th century, the Spaniard 2,0 and the literary approach to the philosophy and vice-turns.
In this encounter without borders the Creative Registration of the Canadian Hispanists dedicates this edition to Jorge Etcheverry, Chilean poet situated in C anadá, with a Virtual and Mural Exposition with a series of complementary activities that include the launch of academic books, the literary translation, poetic recitals dedicated to Ernesto Cardenal in which the present poets that have participated in the event will be able to read their poems and the public Assistant to elect among them exposed to read it in name of the poet that send it.
In this edition of the Congressparticipate 66 poets and artists of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Cuba, Chile, Equator, United States, France, Guatemala, Honduras, England, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, El Salvador, Swiss, Uruguay, Venezuela and Spain.
The exposition can be visited in the virtual gallery of ACH and the Creative Registration that has prepared José Antonio Jiménez Micó, Associate Professor, Spanish and Latin American Studies, Concordia U._;_Adjunct Professor, The U. of Calgary with a special page to each participating author from the A to the Z, in the following link:

and particularly you can see my page in the link:

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