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Claire in radio interview

In August, Claire was interviewed by Jaime Alejandro Rodriguez for the Colombian radio programme Hologramas Sociales, a radio programme which aims to bring issues from the social sciences, in the broadest sense, to a general public. The interview formed part of the series Monográfico sobre Latinoamérica, which focuses on new forms of expression within Latin America.

Logo, Monográfico sobre Latinoamérica

Logo, Monográfico sobre Latinoamérica

The title of the interview was ‘Ciberliteraturas latinoamericanas’, and questions focused on new developments in online and digital literature, gender and technology, and the relationship between prior forms of literary experimentation in Latin America, and in the Hispanic world more broadly.

A full recording of the interview is available on the Hologramas sociales website – click on ‘Escuche aqui el programa’ to listen to the recording:

http://cienciassocialesalalcance.wordpress.com/2012/10/09/programas-del-segundo-semestre-de-2012/

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