miércoles, 2 de noviembre de 2011

Dramatic Readings of Hispanic/Latin@ Detective fiction on WRCT

Dear all,

Students from my 82-345 course on the Hispanic/Latin@ Detective Genre will
start airing a short segment on WRCT which we have called "Cita con el
misterio" (or an appointment/date with mystery). This will happen during the
Spanish Radio Hour ("Barrio Latino"), Thursdays 6-7pm, starting tomorrow and
continuing through the end of classes (except for Thanksgiving). The program
can be listened to on the radio (88.3 FM) or online at wrct.org. Thanks to
Kenya and her team members for opening the space for my students!

In the segment of "Cita con el misterio", students will be offering a
dramatic reading (in its original Spanish) of a short detective text written
by a Hispanic/Latin@ writer, and offering a bit of context about the writer,
the place where the story takes place, etc. They will be prepared to answer
questions from the Barrio Latino crew and/or from listeners about the story
or its elements.

Thank you for sharing this information with your students or anyone you
think might be interested! Hope you get a chance to listen too!


Felipe Gómez G.
Associate Teaching Professor
Co-advisor for the Minor
Hispanic Studies
Department of Modern Languages
BH 160
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
(412) 268-5149
FAX (412) 268-1328
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