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"Typographic Transcriptions: Representing Jorge Luis Borges's Manuscripts," by Daniel Balderston and Maria Celeste Martin

Svaglic Lecture in Textual Studies
Loyola University of Chicago
Daniel Balderston and Maria Celeste Martin
Thursday 30 September 2021
In person and by zoom (zoom link below) and later on YouTube

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Festival Borges. Homenaje a Jorge Luis Borges a 122 años de su nacimiento

Charlas y talleres en homenaje a Jorge Luis Borges a 122 años de su nacimiento. El Festival Borges se celebrará del 23 al 28 de Agosto, 2021.

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Cuentos

The third installment of the series is here!
This book includes facsimile images of five Borges stories. Each story is accompanied by a typographical transcription, prepared by María Celeste Martín, with an introduction and a commentary by Daniel Balderston. 112 pages.

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Ensayos

This book includes facsimile images of five Borges essays, with an introduction by Daniel Balderston. Each essay is accompanied by a typographical transcription, an introduction and a commentary. Prepared with Mariana Di Ció and María Celeste Martín. 164 pages.

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"Las redes silenciosas del destino cubano de Borges": Review of Alfredo Alonso Estenoz's Borges en Cuba. Estudio de su recepción, by Nancy Calomarde

New review of Alfredo Alonso Estenoz's Borges en Cuba. Estudio de su recepción, by Nancy Calomarde: "Las redes silenciosas del destino cubano de Borges".

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"Borderline Borges": Review of Borges's Poemas y Prosas Breves (ed. Balderston and Martin), by Daniel Fitzgerald

New review by Daniel Fitzgerald of Borges's Poemas & Prosas Breves (edited by Daniel Balderston and Maria Celeste Martín): "Borderline Borges"

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How Borges Wrote: Book presentation and Symposium on the Creative Process of Jorge Luis Borges

Book presentation and Symposium marking the publication of How Borges Wrote, by Daniel Balderston, Director of the Borges Center and Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Modern Languages at the University of Pittsburgh. The book is published by University of Virginia Press.

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Poemas y prosas breves

This book includes facsimile images of twenty Borges poems and short prose pieces, with an introduction by Daniel Balderston and an epilogue by María Celeste Martín. 141 pages.

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The Future of Borges Studies: March 21-23, 2018

A conference to celebrate the formal agreement for cooperation between the Borges Center and the new Centro Borges de Documentación of the Biblioteca Nacional Mariano Moreno, the Argentine National Library.

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Reviews on Alfredo Alonso Estenoz, Borges en Cuba. Estudio de su recepción.

These are the latest reviews on the Borges Center recent book by Alfredo Alonso Estenoz: Borges en Cuba. Estudio de su recepción.

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Borges, libros y lecturas- Book Presentation

Laura Rosato and Germán Álvarez will present a second edition of the book Borges, libros y lecturas (a catalogue on the writing marginalia and comments Borges did in his personal book collection).

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Fishburn, Hidden Pleasures of Borges's Fiction and revised edition of A Dictionary of Borges

The Borges Center published Hidden Pleasures of Borges's Fictions, a selection of Evelyn Fishburn's essays, in 2015. We also host a revised edition of Evelyn Fishburn's A Dictionary of Borges, which is available to download. Just click on this link.

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Online Store- Buy our Journals and Books

Alfredo A. Estenoz, Borges en Cuba. Jorge Guillermo Borges, La senda; Fishburn, Hidden Pleasures of Borges's Fiction; Rosato & Alvarez, Borges, libros y lecturas; Balderston, Innumerables relaciones: cómo leer con Borges; Onetti, Novelas cortas, etc.

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Borges Center Events at the University of Pittsburgh

Symposium on the Reception of Borges with Alberto Rojo, Daniel Balderston, Lies Wijnterp, María Eugenia Mudrovcic, Alfredo Alonso Estenoz, Jorge Schwartz and Susanne Klengel. 8-9 November 2012.

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Borges Events

Galaxia Borges: Museo de la eternidad. Biblioteca Nacional Mariano Moreno, Buenos Aires.
http://www.bn.gov.ar/evento/galaxia-borges-br-museo-de-la-eternidad

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Borges Center Events at the University of Iowa

Before coming to Pittsburgh, the Borges Center was based at the University of Iowa, where Daniel Balderston taught for nine years. Following the tradition of its founders (Ivan Almeida and Cristina Parodi), the Borges Center maintained an intense academic and cultural work.

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