Intelectuales judío-mexicanos (2008)/ Mexican Jewish Intellectuals (2008)

Cafebrería El Péndulo-Polanco, México, D.F.

Jenny Asse Chayo, directora cultural/Cultural Director

Beto Buzali, Ivonne Saed, Regina Kalach Atri, organizadores del evento/organizers of the event

Presentación del Libro/New Book Presentation:

La literatura contemporánea judío-latinoamericana/ Contemporary Jewish Latin American Literature

Revista Hostos/Hostos Review, 4, 2007

Isaac Goldemberg, Redactor/Editor-in chief

Steve Sadow, Editor del número/Guest editor

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Panel: Steve Sadow, la escritora Angelina Muñiz-Huberman, el periodista José Gordon, la novelista Ivonne Saed

Hubo 90 asistentes en el aula de la librería.

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Panel: Steve Sadow Angelina Muñiz-Huberman, novelist, poet and essayist; José Gordon, journalist; Ivonne Saed, novelist

There were 90 people in the audience.

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El día siguiente, en la librería, hubo una discusión de sobre el tema: ¿Cómo es ser intelectual judío en México actual?

Participantes en la discusión: La escritora Liliana Blum, la filósofa Esther Charabati, el artista plástico-músico Moisés Zabludovsky, la novelista Ivonne Saed, la poeta Jenny Asse Chayo, la actriz Fanny Sarfati y Steve Sadow y otros.

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The following day, in the bookstore, a discussion was held on the topic: What is it like to be a Jewish intellectual in today’s Mexico?

Participants in the discussion: Liliana Blum, writer; Esther Charabati, philospher; Moisés Zabludovsky, artist and musician; Ivonne Saed, novelist; Jenny Asse Chayo; Fanny Sarfati, actress: Steve Sadow and others.

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