Almemar

Catégorie d’évènement : Almemar

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LAS GENEALOGÍAS: MARGO GLANTZ, PREMIO METROPOLIS AZUL 2024

2024-04-26 @ 21:00 - 22:00
La réputée romancière mexicaine Margo Glantz reçoit le Premio Metropolis Azul 2024, pour l’ensemble de son œuvre qui fusionne la littérature yiddish, la culture mexicaine et la tradition française pour créer de nouvelles œuvres littéraires expérimentales.
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PHILIPPE SANDS, REÇOIT LE PRIX DES MOTS POUR CHANGER

2023-04-30 @ 16:00 - 17:00
L’écrivain et juriste franco-britannique Philippe Sands, spécialiste reconnu du concept de «génocide», auteur notamment de La Dernière Colonie, Retour à Lemberg et La Filière, reçoit le prix Des mots pour changer Metropolis bleu pour sa contribution à une meilleure compréhension entre les peuples et les cultures.
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« FROM CONCORDIA TO OXFORD, THAT’S QUITE A LEAP! »

2023-04-30 @ 15:00 - 16:00
When Kevin, an Irish Montrealer, attends graduate school at Oxford University in the early 1990s, he meets Leon, a London Jew from a Communist family, and Alex, a Soviet defector’s son raised in Toronto.
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THE GABRIEL SAFDIE EVENT – JERUSALEM OF THE MIND

2023-04-30 @ 14:30 - 16:00
With an increasingly right-wing Israeli government now in place, what's the future of Israel-Palestine? What is the activist’s role? The writer’s role? How does the current political situation affect literature in Palestine and Israel?
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YAEL NEEMAN AND NORMAN RAVVIN – ON BEING JEWISH TODAY

2023-04-30 @ 13:00 - 14:00
The Jewish experience of immigration during the 20th century was marked by antisemitism. How does this antisemitism shape Jewish identity and its many expressions today, whether in the Diaspora or in Israel?
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THE FUTURE OF IDENTITIES – EVENT 2: FORESEEABLE FUTURES: WRITERS ON WHAT LIES AHEAD

2023-04-30 @ 11:30 - 12:30
No one knows quite what the future holds, but literature has far-reaching antennae. Beyond the doom and gloom we often hear in the news, four pairs of writers, brought together by the play of affinity and divergence, will look to the future on four specific topics—the future of literature, the future of linguistic diversity, the future of the planet, and the future of democracy.