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Speaking Right or Speaking White? Different Languages and Cultures on Stage

Date & Time:
September 17, 2016 | 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Speaker:
Richard Sanger’s plays include Not Spain, Two Words for Snow, Hannah's Turn, Dark Locks and Dive.  He has also translated works by Calderon, Lope de Vega and Lorca, written for numerous journals, and taught and been writer-in-residence at various universities. His poems have appeared in many publications, including the TLS, LRB and Poetry Review, as well as in his collections Shadow Cabinet and Calling Home.  He lives in Toronto.
Richard Sanger

Richard Sanger (WiR 1999-2000) talks about his work as a playwright and translator, and by incorporating the extracts of contemporary plays and works in translation, examines the respectful representation of intercultural and interlinguistic encounters on stage.

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