FAH-DPORT: The Script Road – Macau Literary Festival 2018 “文學節走進校園活動系列 | ROTA DAS ESCOLAS THE FESTIVAL GOES TO SCHOOL”
|Maria Inês Almeida, Dina Salústio, Ungulani Ba Ka Khosa, Albertino Bragança|
|21 Mar 2018|
|11:00 - 13:00|
The Department of Portuguese has the pleasure of Inviting all those interested to attend the following sessions:
三月二十一日 星期三 | QUARTA-FEIRA, 21 DE MARÇO | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21
澳門大學葡文系 E21樓 | UNIVERSIDADE DE MACAU DEPARTAMENTO DE PORTUGUÊS BLOCO E21 | UNIVERSITY OF MACAU DEPARTMENT OF PORTUGUESE BLOCK E21
文學節走進校園活動系列 | ROTA DAS ESCOLAS THE FESTIVAL GOES TO SCHOOL從新聞寫作到文學寫作
語言:葡文 | Idioma: Português Language: Portuguese
UNGULANI BA KA KHOSA
UNGULANI BA KA KHOSA
Ungulani Ba Ka Khosa was born in Mozambique in 1957. He has degrees in Law, History and Geography. He wrote op-eds for several newspapers, co-founded the literary magazine Charrua and was deputy director at the National Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual of Mozambique. Currently he’s the director of the National Institute of Books and Records and the secretary-general of the Association of Mozambican Writers. His debut book, Ualalapi (1987), is listed as one of the best one hundred African books of the twentieth century. He also wrote Os Sobreviventes da Noite (Night Survivors) – 2005, José Craveirinha Award -, O Rei Mocho (The King Owl, 2012) a children’s book, Entre as Memórias Silenciadas (Between the Silenced Memories, 2013) – BCI award for the best book of the year -, and Cartas de Inhaminga (Letters from Inhaminga, 2017), among others. In 2014 he was honoured by the President of Portugal with the grade of Grand Officer of the Order of Prince Henry the Navigator, for his contribution to the enrichment of Mozambican Literature and the promotion of Mozambican culture internationally.
MARIA INÊS ALMEIDA
MARIA INÊS ALMEIDA
Maria Inês Almeida graduated from the Catholic University of Portugal in Journalism and is the author of more than 40 youth-children books already published, some of which have been translated to other languages. Quando Eu For… Grande (When I… Grow Up / 當我長大後) was published in China in 2015. Maria Inês Almeida also has a blog, in which she presents daily suggestions for children’s recreation and leisure time.
Bernardina Salústio (Cape Verde, 1941) is a social worker who has published several books, among which are Mornas eram as Noites (Mornas were the Nights, 1994), A Louca de Serrano (The Serrano Crazy, 1998), two children’s books, the study Violência Contra as Mulheres (Violence Against Women, 2001), the encyclopedic catalogue Cabo Verde 30 anos de Edições — 1975-2005 (Cape Verde 30 Years of Publications — 1975-2005) and the novel Filhas do Vento (Daughters of the Wind, 2009). Her work is being used as a research subject for graduation, master, and doctorate thesis in Brazil, Portugal, Italy and Cape Verde. She is the founding member of the Cape-Verdean Academy for Letters. She received the first and third awards in Youth Literature in Cape Verde, 1994, and in the Portuguese Speaking Countries, in 2000. The Cape Verdean Government awarded her with the Cultural Merit Order Award, in 2005, and the 1st class Medal Volcano, by the President, in 2010. She was also awarded the Rosalía de Castro Award for Literature in Portuguese Language — Spain 2016.
Albertino Homem dos Santos Sequeira Bragança, 1944, São Tomé and Príncipe, attended Electrotechnical Engineering at the Faculty of Sciences and Technology of the University of Coimbra. He returned to his home country in 1975 and in 1984 he created Edições Gravana Nova. He held several government positions related to culture and education. He was the Minister for Education, Culture and Sports, Minister for Defense and Minister for Foreign Affairs. He had a leading role in the preparatory work that preceded the creation of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries, of which he is a Goodwill Ambassador since 2006. He is the founding member and the secretary general of the National Union for Writers and Artists of São Tomé and Príncipe. He has four published books – the last one is called Ao Cair da Noite (At Dawn 2017).
|All are welcome|
|Department of Portuguese|
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Telephone: 8822 8903/4634
The Script Road - Macau Literary Festival
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