Lee Maracle is a member of the Stó:lō nation whose territory is located in Canada. She is a poet and the author of a number of novels, short stories and non-fiction books in which her culture and traditions are represented. In 2016 she received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for her work promoting writing among young aboriginals. In a conversation chaired by the journalist and researcher Ingrid Bejerman, Maracle will talk to Miguel Rocha Vivas about indigenous rights and traditions.
Simultaneous translation from English to Spanish available
Music and literature go together in the work of Joselo Rangel (Mexico), member of and guitarist with the legendary rock group Café Tacuba, whose songs are in Spanish. Author of the book of short stories One Hit Wonder (2015) and an astute journalist, Joselo will talk to Rulo about his double life as a rock star and writer.
The Chilean astronomer, María Teresa Ruiz, recently given the L’Oreal-UNESCO Prize for Women in Science, is the author of the extraordinary Hijos de las estrellas. Un maravilloso recorrido sobre los orígenes del universo y del ser humano, which tells about the origins of the universe, where we are now, and how heavenly bodies are studied and explored. In conversation with the physicist Gerardo Herrera Corral.