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Jun 11

The Love Space Demands: Opening Celebration

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  • Add to Calendar 2021-06-11 12:00:00 2021-06-11 13:00:00 The Love Space Demands: Opening Celebration Image Ntozake Shange speaking at Literature and the Urban Experience at Rutgers University (April 1980). Via Youtube.Translation as creative praxis flows through the life, work, and legacy of Ntozake Shange. We might sense this in the relationship between words and movement in her choreopoems, or in the multilingual worlds Shange brings to life in her books, drawing on a range of languages, among them Gullah and Spanish. This year, a group of Barnard students have taken on the ambitious work of translating Ntozake Shange's words into multiple languages through the project The Love Space Demands: Ntozake Shange in Translation and Design. Alejandro Álvarez Nieves, translator of a collection of Shange's poems into Spanish (Belleza Salvaje / Wild Beauty 2017), facilitated a translation workshop and brought his knowledge and expertise to the project. Join us for an informal celebration of this continuing process! A Zoom link will be sent the morning of June 11, 2021. Zoom Barnard College barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public
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Ntozake Shange speaking at Literature and the Urban Experience at Rutgers University (April 1980). Via Youtube.

Translation as creative praxis flows through the life, work, and legacy of Ntozake Shange. We might sense this in the relationship between words and movement in her choreopoems, or in the multilingual worlds Shange brings to life in her books, drawing on a range of languages, among them Gullah and Spanish. This year, a group of Barnard students have taken on the ambitious work of translating Ntozake Shange's words into multiple languages through the project The Love Space Demands: Ntozake Shange in Translation and Design. Alejandro Álvarez Nieves, translator of a collection of Shange's poems into Spanish (Belleza Salvaje / Wild Beauty 2017), facilitated a translation workshop and brought his knowledge and expertise to the project. Join us for an informal celebration of this continuing process!

A Zoom link will be sent the morning of June 11, 2021.