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Pedro Adrián Zuluaga and Sergio Vila-Sanjuán in conversation with María del Rosario Escobar

My culture(s). Local Identities

Jericó 2021, 

The journalist and film critic Pedro Adrián Zuluaga is the author of the recent Qué es ser antioqueño, a book that explores the complexities of Antioquian culture, showing its wealth and diversity, seeking to depart from certain stereotypes and offering an overview of its realities. The Spanish writer and journalist Sergio Vila-Sanjuán has published several books, many of which are related to the world of literature and journalism, including his second novel, Estaba en el aire, with which he won the 2013 Nadal Novel Prize. He is also the author of books about journalism and Catalan- and Spanish-language culture. They will talk to María del Rosario Escobar, Director of the Museum of Antioquia.