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University of Pittsburgh presents:

Triunfar Sobre el Colonialismo, Sobrevivir al exilio y combatir la Dictadura. A Lecture by:

Francisco Zamora Loboch

Francisco  Zamora  Loboch  is  one  of  the  most  mature  and  talented  of  the  independence  era  Equato-­‐Guinean  writers.  He  is  a   poet,  novelist,  musician,  essayist  and  sports  writer,  and  was  part  of  the  original  group  of  intellectuals  exiled  by  the  first   Nguema  dictatorship  in  1971.  He  was  also  a  participant  in  the  many  attempts  by  his  compatriots  in  exile  to  organize   political  resistance  to  the  dictatorship  from  Spain.     Date: Monday, November 4, 2013 Time: 4:30 pm Location: 208A Cathedral of Learning

Thank  you  to  our  Co-­‐sponsors:  The  Department  of  Hispanic  Languages  and  Literatures,  The   Center  for  Latin  American  Studies,  The  Center  for  Global  Studies,  The  World  History  Center,   The  Center  for  the  Humanities,  The  History  Department  and  The  Center  for  African  Studies.  

 


Francisco Zamora