120 Centennial Hall
100 Auburn Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30302
11:00 a.m. Friday, Feb. 21, 2014
Five from Five: Historic and Contemporary Connections to Brazil, China, South Africa, South Korea, and Turkey
BRAZIL: Edgard Telles Ribeiro
I Would Have Loved Him, If I Had Not Killed
Him; A Novel
Friday, February 21, 11:00am Brazilian diplomat Edgard Telles Ribeiro draws from folklore, family history, intrigue, the past, and the present
in this mystery/detective/love story to offer a fascinating view of Brazilian culture. GSU Faculty Host: Leslie Marsh, Modern and Classical Languages. Mr. Riberio will also give a presentation on cultural
diplomacy prior to the reading. The presentation, which
begins at 9:00am in the Troy Moore Library, Langdale
Hall room 939, is also free and open to the public.
No reservations required. For parking information, please visit parking.gsu.edu.
Sponsors: CENCIA (Center for Collaborative and International Arts), Center for Collaborative Scholarship in the Humanities, Georgia Humanities Council, Confucius Institute, Asian Studies Center, Office of International Initiatives, College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Office, College of Arts and Sciences International Programs, Political Science Honor Society, Honors College. To request disability accommodations at this event, please contact the University Events Management at 404-413-1377 or email@example.com with your request. Please provide your name and the event name, date and sponsor when making your request.