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Thomas Bunstead, Roberto Frías, Pura López Colomé y Víctor Andresco en conversación con Maliyel Beverido

Sobre traducción.

Xalapa 2014, 

En este evento Thomas Bunstead, Roberto Frías, Pura López Colomé y Víctor Andresco charlarán sobre sus experiencias como traductores y los
retos que supone este oficio. Thomas Bunstead está especializado en la traducción del español al inglés, ha traducido obras de Eduardo Halfon, cada miembro de la familia se ha redefinido para encontrar su propio destino sin dejar de venerar la memoria del padre.

Con el apoyo de Ambulante

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Transmedia Borders: Language borders / creative expansions. Malika Booker, Rocío Cerón, Gaspar Orozco and Johny Payne in conversation with Edgardo Bermejo

Querétaro 2017, 

Creators that work with language and with other creative media speak about how creative migrations and appropiative strategies can result in new creative forms athat call for the collective and the comunal. Edgardo Bermejo (Mexico) speaks with Malika Booker (UK), Johnny Payne (USA), Rocío Cerón (Mexico) and Gaspar Orozco (Mexico).

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Alice Sebold talks to Katherine Viner

Hay Festival 2003, 
The American Author discusses her celebrated debut novel The Lovely Bones with the editor of Guardian Weekend magazine. Narated from 'heaven' by a fourteen-year-old girl who has been raped and murdered, the story follows her family and the neighbour who killed her. And she launches Lucky, her memoir about her own rape and assult, and her struggle for understanding and recovery: 'you save yourself or you remain unsaved'.

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Barbara Trapido

Hay Festival 1999, 
The author of The Travelling Hornplayer, Juggling, and Brother of the More Famous Jack talks to Philippa Gregory.

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En busca de David Foster Wallace y otros personajes: la vida de un escritor en The New Yorker

Arequipa 2015, 
Julio Villanueva Chang, editor de la revista peruana Etiqueta Negra, conversará sobre la trayectoria profesional de D. T. Max, escritor norteamericano autor de títulos como Todas las historias de amor son historias de fantasmas. David Foster Wallace, una biografía (Debate, 2013), libro publicado en 2012 en Estados Unidos y que se convirtió en un best seller del New York Times, y The Family That Couldn't Sleep: A Medical Mystery. D. T. Max escribe además en la revista The New Yorker.

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Tony Wilson talks to John Harris

Hay Festival 2005, 
The iconic Manchester broadcaster and Factory Records founder, immortalised in the film 24-hour Party People, runs the In The City music festival and the Red Cellars label. He presents his new band RAW T later tonight.

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Anthony Shillito and Neil Davies

Cambridge Series 8: A Path Well-trodden

Hay Festival 2019, 

The two geologists from the Department of Earth Sciences at Cambridge University follow the footprints of fearsome beasts from Britain’s deep past. Throughout its ancient history, the UK has been home to many amazing creatures that are now long extinct. From dinosaurs to giant millipedes, discover how these animals shaped the land around them and what secrets are held within their prehistoric footprints.

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Francesca Simon and 25 Years of Horrid Henry

Up, Up and Away

Hay Festival 2019, 

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of this ever-popular character. Join author Francesca Simon to find out what Henry gets up to in his latest mischievous adventure Up, Up and Away – a brand new collection of wickedly funny and totally brilliant stories.

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Martin Rees

Our Final Century

Hay Festival 2003, 
Claims that the end of the world is nigh are nothing new, but when Sir Martin Rees, Royal Society Professor at Cambridge, leading British cosmologist of his generation, known in his field for his caution and level-headedness suggests that our species has only a fifty-fifty chance of surviving the new century, we would do well to take notice.

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The Great Adventurer

Dhaka 2014, 
Award winning historian, biographer, traveler, and intrepid wanderer, Patrick French has chronicled a vast swath of history, mostly based around South Asia. He talks to Alex Clark about his uncanny ability to uncover historical truths, his fascination with Tibet, and the trip around Central Asia that gave him his first taste of adventure.

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James Dean Bradfield and Patrick Jones

Hay Festival 2004, 
The Manic Street Preacher and his theatre collaborator discuss music, politics and words with the author and broadcaster Jon Gower.

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Inmigración. Conferencia de Ahmed Galai

Querétaro 2016, 

Ahmed ben Tahar Galai es el vicepresidente de la Liga Tunecina de los Derechos Humanos, organización perteneciente al Cuarteto de Diálogo Nacional Tunecino, galardonado con el Premio Nobel de la Paz 2015. Se trata de una asociación que lucha por hacer valer sus derechos y llevar a Túnez una democracia de facto, libre y transparente a raíz de la Revolución de los Jazmines de 2011. Ahmed hablará sobre la inmigración, un imparable fenómeno cuyo impacto y alcance nos afecta a todos

Se ofrecerá traducción simultánea del francés al español

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David Laws

Who Killed Kitchener?

Hay Festival 2019, 

In June 1916 Field Marshal Lord Kitchener set sail from Orkney on a secret mission to bolster the Russian war effort. Just a mile off land and in the teeth of a force 9 gale, HMS Hampshire suffered a huge explosion, sinking in little more than fifteen minutes. Kitchener’s body was never found. Remembered today as the face of the famous First World War recruitment drive, at the height of his career Kitchener was fêted as Britain’s greatest military hero since Wellington, though he was considered by many to be arrogant, secretive and high-handed. From the moment his death was announced, rumours of a conspiracy began to flourish, with the finger pointed variously at the Bolsheviks, Irish nationalist saboteurs and the British government. Laws is an historian and served as Chief Secretary to the Treasury. Chaired by Sarfraz Manzoor.

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Marcus Brigstocke, Rachel Parris, Andre Vincent and Special Guest

Early Edition 2

Hay Festival 2019, 

A little more light ridicule, mockery and fun to start the day as the satirists read the tabloids and surf the social media storms for an irreverent look at what’s tickling the nation’s fancy – and driving it to splenetic fury – today.

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Antony Beevor

Berlin: the Downfall 1945

Hay Festival 2003, 
April 1945, three years after Stalingrad, 2.5 million Russian troops attacked along the Oder Neisse front, psychologically crushing the 'invincible' Nazi Germany. The battle was one of the most terrifying examples of fire and sword recorded, with mass rape, murder, pillage and destruction. Ensconded deep in his concrete bunker, Hitler could only scream at his military staff, denouncing the cowardice of the Wehrmacht. The award-winning historian tells the story.

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To The Edge

Dhaka 2013, 
Rahunma Ahmed, Sarnath Banerjee and Lubna Marium discuss freedoms and expression, moderated by Shireen Huq. Marking the Launch of Rahnuma Ahmed's book Tortured Truths by DRIK Publications.

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Oswaldo Reynoso en conversación con Orlando Mazeyra

Arequipa 2015, 
Oswaldo Reynoso es uno de los más destacados novelistas del Perú contemporáneo. Sus últimas publicaciones incluyen: Las tres estacionesEn busca de la sonrisa encontrada y Arequipa lámpara incandescente. Conversará sobre su trayectoria como creador con el escritor Orlando Mazeyra, autor del libro Mi familia y otras miserias, que apareció bajo el sello Tribal.

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Markus Zusak talks to Georgina Godwin

Fictions: Bridge of Clay

Hay Festival 2019, 

The new novel by the author of The Book Thief is about a boy caught in a current, a boy intent on destroying everything he has in order to become everything he needs to be. Ahead of him lies the bridge, the vision that will save both his family and himself. It will be a miracle and nothing less. At once an existential riddle and a search for redemption, this tale of five brothers coming of age in a house with no rules brims with energy, joy and pathos. Written in Markus Zusak’s distinctive style, it is a tour de force from a master storyteller of the heart.

Markus Zusak talks to Georgina Godwin

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Marc Hamer and David Barrie talk to Kitty Corrigan

Animal Wonders

Hay Festival 2019, 

A conversation with two outstanding nature writers. Although common, moles are mysterious: their habits are inscrutable, they are anatomically bizarre and they live completely alone. Marc Hamer has come closer to them than most, through both his long working life out in the Welsh countryside and his experiences of rural homelessness as a boy, sleeping in hedgerows. In How to Catch a Mole: And Find Yourself in Nature, Hamer tells his story and explores what moles, and a life in nature, can tell us about our own humanity and our search for contentment. Barrie’s Incredible Journeys shines a light on the astounding navigational skills of animals of every stripe. Dung beetles steer by the light of the Milky Way. Ants and bees navigate using patterns of light invisible to humans. Sea turtles, spiny lobsters and moths find their way using the Earth’s magnetic field. Salmon return to their birthplace by following their noses and birds can locate their nests on a tiny island after crisscrossing an entire ocean. Corrigan is a journalist and travel writer.

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Raquel Castro en conversación con Paulina del Collado

Un beso en tu futuro

Querétaro 2017, 
 
La escritora mexicana Raquel Castro presenta su nueva novela, Un beso en tu futuro, una bella historia de amor y amistad. Castro es guionista, periodistas y escritora; es la autora entre otros de Exiliados, Lejos de casa y Dark Doll.
A partir de 10 años 
Raquel Castro en conversación con Paulina del Collado

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Robert Macfarlane

Mountains of the Mind

Hay Festival 2003, 
Fifty years after the ascent of Everest, Macfarlene considers the way geology has transformed perceptions of wild landscape; the natural miracles that drew early travellers to the upper world of the mountains: the enchantment of great height: the allure of the unknown: and the elemental beauties of snow, rock and ice.

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Terry Pratchett talks to Paul Blezard

Hay Festival 2005, 
The brilliantly imaginative inventor of Discworld discusses his work and his latest satire Going Postal.

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Nicole Krauss, Wesley Stace, Clare Sambrook

New Fiction

Hay Festival 2005, 
Krauss' The History of Love ranges across lifetimes from New York to Poland. Stace's Misfortune is a vivid gothic masterpiece. Sambrook's Hide and Seek captures with startling truth and clarity the perspective of a confused nine year old boy. Chaired by Claire Armitstead.

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Evento Gatopardo. Carmen Aristegui en conversación con Felipe Restrepo Pombo

Querétaro 2016, 

Indudablemente una de las periodistas más respetada del país, Carmen Aristegui es admirada por su rigor profesional, la exigencia de sus investigaciones periodísticas y la valentía de su trabajo. Conversa con Felipe Restrepo Pombo, director de la revista Gatopardo, sobre cómo vive su profesión en este momento tan complicado para la prensa en México.

Evento Gatopardo. Carmen Aristegui en conversación con Felipe Restrepo Pombo

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El reto del periodismo online en América Latina

Elías López, Hernando Álvarez, Sanjuana Martínez, Laura Wolderberg y Guillermo Osorno

Querétaro 2016, 

La importancia y alcance de las noticias, reportajes y columnas de opinión publicadasonline superan en la mayoría de los casos el alcance de la prensa impresa. Muchos medios han modificado la manera de presentar su labor informativa a través de la red, llegando por un lado a más espectadores, en más países, pero a la vez teniendo que replantearse qué es el trabajo periodístico, su formato y los procesos de validación de la información. Periodistas de medios con gran relevancia en América Latina conversan con el periodista y escritor Guillermo Osorno sobre estos retos. Con Elías López (The New York Times), Hernando Álvarez (BBC), Laura Wolderberg (Vice México) y Sanjuana Martínez (Proceso, sinembargo.mx).