Brazil Week 2023: Researching Indigeneities

6 February 2023
Date: 
Monday 6 February 2023, 13:00
Venue: 
Kloppenburg Room, Cohen Quad, Walton Street, OX1 2HG

Event Description:

Hannah Gardiner did a BA in Spanish and Portuguese at Oxford. Jimin Kang did a BA in Spanish and Portuguese at Princeton. Now pursuing Master’s degrees, they will present their end-of-degree projects: an extended essay on ‘Indigenous Literature as Children’s Literature’ and translations of Daniel Munduruku’s Crônicas de São Paulo (2001) and Das coisas que aprendi (2019).

Speakers:

Hannah Gardiner After completing an undergraduate degree in Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Oxford, Hannah is now studying for a Master’s in Environmental Governance at the University of Manchester. She will be presenting research which fed into her extended essay, ‘Indigenous Literature as Children’s Literature’, which won a prize for best Extended Essay and the Modern Languages Faculty’s inaugural Diversity Prize.

Jimin Kang Currently a Master’s student in Nature, Society, and Environmental Governance at the University of Oxford, Jimin recently completed another Master’s in Comparative Literature and Critical Translation at Oxford. She will be talking about her Portuguese-to-English translation of Brazilian Indigenous author Daniel Munduruku’s Crônicas de São Paulo (2001) and Das coisas que aprendi (2019), which formed part of her undergraduate thesis in Spanish and Portuguese at Princeton University.

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