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.