Bringing the public closer to quality discussions on different moments of Costa Rican literature, within the framework of the 200 years of the Independence of Costa Rica, is the objective of the conference cycle that will have the participation of academics, academics, literary critics, and writers and writers.
This series of conferences is an initiative of the Colegio de Costa Rica, an institution of the Ministry of Culture and Youth that promotes literary arts, and is carried out in coordination with the National Library of Costa Rica, the School of Philology, Linguistics and Literature of the University of Costa Rica and the Master’s Degree in Studies on Central American Culture from the National University.
The conferences will be held on the third Tuesday of each month, at 5 p.m., starting this Tuesday, March 23, and will be broadcast from the Facebook of the National Library of Costa Rica.
According to Álvaro Rojas Salazar, coordinator of the Colegio de Costa Rica, “for us it is very valuable to make inter-institutional alliances in order to offer the public quality discussions on literary matters, in this case, on important moments in the history of literature. Costa Rican. The schools or programs of the participating universities provide the disposition of their academics, in addition to disseminating the cycle of conferences; The National Library will serve as the headquarters for the transmission and also collaborates with its dissemination. Finally, the Colegio de Costa Rica, in collaboration with the academic and scholar of literature, Mijaíl Modol, is in charge of the design and planning of the conferences or conversations, their coordination and integration into the activities of the Ministry of Culture and Youth aimed at promoting Literature”.
The cycle of conferences on Costa Rican literature begins this Tuesday, March 23, with the discussion “Origins of Costa Rican literature”, in which Ruth Cubillo Paniagua, from the University of Costa Rica; Gabriel Baltodano Román, from the National University, and Alexander Sánchez Mora, from the University of Costa Rica; the conference will be moderated by Álvaro Rojas Salazar.