Discussion

Event type: Discussion

28
Apr
28
Apr

UKRAINIAN TUMULT

2024-04-28 @ 13:00 - 14:00
Ukraine has a turbulent history. How is this captured in its literature?  Three writers tell their Ukraine.
28
Apr
28
Apr

D’AUTRES VIES EN LITTÉRATURE

2024-04-28 @ 14:30 - 15:30
Toute œuvre littéraire, même la plus réaliste, se nourrit de rêveries. Elle comporte une part de fantasmes et fait appel à l’imagination.
28
Apr
28
Apr

THE GABRIEL SAFDIE MIDDLE EAST EVENT: RECONVENED

2024-04-28 @ 14:30 - 16:00
A year ago, three activists and a philosopher sat down to discuss life and literature in Israel-Palestine.
28
Apr
28
Apr

In the spirit of Frida

2024-04-28 @ 14:30 - 15:30
Invoking the spirit of the strong Mexican and feminist sensibilities of Frida Kahlo, one the most iconic artists of all times, who proudly claimed to be Jewish (but was she?), three great Mexican women writers — Guadalupe Nettel, Yael Weiss, and this year’s Azul Prize winner Margo Glantz — converge in Montreal for the first time.
28
Apr
28
Apr

A FATAL COUPLE : HORROR FICTION AND DYSTOPIA

2024-04-28 @ 13:00 - 14:00
Horror literature seems to love dystopian worlds. What is it about the dark and the scary that attracts? How does horror fiction play out in different cultures? Four authors discuss
28
Apr
28
Apr

COULEURS, RACISME ET HOMOPHOBIE – CONVERSATION ENTRE LEONORA MIANO, RODNEY SAINT-ÉLOI ET ÉRIC CHACOUR

2024-04-28 @ 11:30 - 12:30
Ces derniers temps, les luttes contre le racisme ont réintroduit dans les débats la variable «couleur de la peau», dont l’antiracisme avait jusque-là montré les limites au nom de l’appartenance à une humanité commune.