Professor Alicia Kozameh (Department of English) has returned from a trip to her native country, Argentina, where she was invited to present her new poetry book, Sal de sangres en guerra (Salt from Bloods in War) at the University of Cordoba, during the IV International Conference Languages of Memory, dedicated to individual, social and political
Professor Alicia Kozameh (English) has returned from the city of Morelia, Mexico, where she was invited to the annual book fair, Fiesta del Libro y la Rosa, organized by UNAM Centro Cultural Morelia and UDIR UNAM Morelia, and took place during April 27, 28 and 29 at Calzada Fray Antonio de San Miguel, Centro Histórico.
Author and Creative Writing Professor Alicia Kozameh has returned from a European book tour where the German translation of her novel 259 Leaps, the Last Immortal (259 Sprünge, Salto Immortale Inbegriffen) was just released, and presented in several cities. In Austria she held bilingual readings in Klagenfurt (Europahaus), Graz (Afro-Asiatisches Institut) and in Vienna. This
Author and professor Alicia Kozameh returned from her latest trip to Europe. In England, at the University of Reading, she gave a keynote speech entitled El rol de la representación, el poder de la necesidad, y los desconcertantes colores de la vida (The Role of Representation, the Power of Necessity, and the Disconcerting Colors of
Author and Professor Alicia Kozameh has returned from New York City, where she participated in the Latin American Studies Association’s (LASA) International Congress, on its 50th anniversary . The annual conference brings together experts on Latin America from all disciplines and diverse occupational endeavors across the globe, and is organized by the largest professional Association
Author and Chapman professor Alicia Kozameh gave two lectures out-of-state during the month of March. On Wednesday March 2, 2016 she spoke at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Her talk, titled “Reading History through Fiction”, centered on how fiction has the potential to represent history as effectively as direct testimonies. The event was sponsored
Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Department of English are honoring E nglish Professor Alicia Kozameh on Thursday, April 4, 2013 in an all day event starting at 9:30 a.m. in the Doy and Dee Henley Reading Room, Second Floor, Leatherby Libraries. The event, Ethics, Aesthetics, and Acrobatics of the Written
English Professor Alicia Kozameh is featured in the March 7, 2013 issue of OC Weekly in an article titled, Alicia Kozameh: The Hypnotic Novelist. In the article, Kozameh discusses her time as a political prisoner (three years) during the last military dictatorship in country, her published books and gets a little personal, discussing her family.
A short story written by Chapman University faculty member and Argentine author Alicia Kozameh has been adapted for the stage and debuted this fall at the City Theater in Leon, France. The play “30” was based on Kozameh’s story, “Heights,” and dramatizes a string of episodes in the lives of 30 female political prisoners
English Professor Alicia Kozameh will be addressing students, faculty and the Georgetown University community within the framework of Professor Adam Lifshey’s class, “Human Rights in Latin America”. She will read from her novel Steps Under Water and speak about the relationship between her experiences as a political prisoner and the creative writing process of this