Five from Five: Edgard T. Ribeiro, I Would Have Loved Him, If I Had Not Killed Him; A Novel (Brazil)
100 Auburn Avenue Northeast
Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 30303
In Spring 2014, the Center for Collaborative & International Arts (CENCIA) will welcome five writers from Georgia State’s five emerging market nations – Brazil, China, Korea, South Africa, and Turkey – to read an excerpt from their work.
February 21, 2014 (BRAZIL): Edgard T. Ribeiro, I Would Have Loved Him, If I Had Not Killed Him; A Novel, St. Martins, 1994
Drawing from folklore, family history, intrigue, the past, and the present, this mystery/detective/love story offers a fascinating view of Brazilian culture. GSU Host: Leslie Marsh, Modern & Classical Languages.
Centennial Hall Auditorium, 100 Auburn Avenue
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Sponsors: CENCIA (Center for Collaborative and International Arts), Center for Collaborative Scholarship in the Humanities,Georgia Humanities Council, Confucius Institute, Asian Studies Center, Office of International Initiatives, College of Arts & Sciences Dean’s Office, College of Arts & Sciences International Programs, Political Science Honor Society, and the Honors College.
For more information on Georgia State University’s initiatives and partnerships in these five countries, please connect with the Office of International Initiatives at international.gsu.edu or contact Amanda Roshan-Rawaan at (404) 413-2530.