At the University of Chicago, they are planning an intense week of activities:
- 19 April 2017, 6 pm. Salvation Through Translation. How the Analog Humanities Wave of the Past Will Save the Future, by Amaia Gabantxo and Jason Grunebaum in conversation with Denise Kripper. 57th Street Books
- 20 April 2017, 4:30 pm. Voices of Catalonia: Performing Another Country, by Núria Perpinyà in conversation with Isaias Fanlo. Regenstein Library – A11
- 21 April 2017, 4:30 pm. From English to Catalan, and vice versa. A conversation about poetry, traveling and translation, by Jaume Subirana and Miquel Àngel Llauger in conversation with Alba Girons. 57th Street Books
- 22 April 2017, 3 pm. Dragons, Knights & Royalty: A St Jordi’s Celebration. Sant Jordi’s literary party for younger readers! 57th Street Books
19-22 April 2017. Organized by Catalan Studies at The University of Chicago, Joan Coromines Chair of Catalan Studies, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Chicago, Institut Ramon Llull, 57th Street Bookstore and Seminary Co-op Bookstore.