Thursday, October 13 | 6:30 PM | Room 1920 (19th Floor) W.E.B. Du Bois Library
Discover the power of writing from cultural/historical memory and define your true story. Start or continue the journey of healing and empowerment through connection to self, ancestry, and the environment. Lead by psychologist and writer Marianela Medrano.
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More on Marianela:
Marianela Medrano was born and raised in the Dominican Republic and has lived in Connecticut, USA since 1990. A poet and a writer of nonfiction and fiction, she holds a PhD in psychology. Her literary work has appeared in anthologies and magazines in Latin America, Europe and the United States. Her poetry has been translated into Italian and French. She is a faculty mentor for the PhD program in Visionary Practice and Regenerative Leadership at SouthWestern College in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Medrano’s individual publications include: Oficio de Vivir (Buho,1986), Los Alegres Ojos de la Tristeza (Buho,1987), Regando Esencias/ The Scent of Waiting (Alcance,1998), Curada de Espantos (Torremozas, 2002), Diosas de la Yuca, (Torremozas, 2011), Prietica (Alfaguara, 2013). Rooting (Owlfeather Collective, 2017).
TEDTALK at Ursuline College: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pQeBYd2oJk