Virgina Brindis de Salas
Virginia Brindis de Salas (1908–1958) was a poet of the black community of Uruguay.

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Virginia Brindis de Salas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Virginia Brindis de Salas (1908–1958) was a poet of the black community of Uruguay. Contents. 1 Background; 2 Poetry collections; 3 See also; 4 References ...
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Virginia Brindis de Salas (1908 - 1958) fue una activista, escritora y poetisa afrouruguaya, la primera en toda América del Sur en publicar un libro y colecciones ...
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Virginia Brindis de Salas - Wikipédia
Virginia Brindis de Salas (Montevideo, 1908–1958) est une femme de lettres et poétesse afro-uruguayenne. Elle ha été la première écrivaine afro-américaine ...
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Virginia Brindis de Salas. 7 likes · 0 talking about this. Virginia Brindis de Salas was a poet of the black community of Uruguay.
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Virginia Brindis de Salas, protagonista de sello postal > Poemas del ...
17 Dic 2012 ... La escritora y activista uruguaya Virginia Brindis de Salas tiene ganado un lugar en la historia: los registros la señalan como la primera mujer ...
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Virginia Brindis de Salas - Mujeres que hacen la historia
18 Jul 2012 ... Virginia Brindis de Salas nació en Montevideo en 1908. Escritora, poetisa y activista afrouruguaya. Durante el Siglo XX los descendientes de ...
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Afro-Uruguayan Literature: Post-colonial Perspectives
Afro-Uruguayan Literature: Post-colonial Perspectives
Marvin Lewis, 2003
While Virginia Brindis de Salas (1908-1958) is one of the most well-known of the Afro-Uruguayan writers, she is also one of the most controversial. In the introduction to the Antologia depoetas negras uru- guayos (1990), the late Alberto Britos ...
Daughters of the Diaspora: Afra-Hispanic Writers
Daughters of the Diaspora: Afra-Hispanic Writers
Miriam DeCosta-Willis, 2003
Virginia Brindis de Salas is the leading black woman poet of Uruguay and is considered to be the most militant among Afro-Uruguayan writers. According to Richard Jackson, her poetry comes closer to 'shaking the famous black fist' (108) than ...
Africa and the Americas: culture, politics, and history ; a ...
Africa and the Americas: culture, politics, and history ; a ...
Virginia Brindis de Salas was a black female poet who explored African and Latin American identity in Uruguay. Brindis de Salas, who published during the 1940s, is the pioneer of black women writers in Spanish America. She is highly ...
Everynight Life: Culture and Dance in Latin/o America (Latin America Otherwise)
Everynight Life: Culture and Dance in Latin/o America (Latin America Otherwise)
1997
“Everynight Life is a major contribution to the ongoing investigation of specific cultural practices heretofore ignored by traditional academic investigation. It will be of specific value to scholars and critics studying issues of performance and performativity as they inform practices of subject-formation in its political, cultural, and sexual dim...
The Cambridge History of Latin American Literature, Volume 2: The Twentieth Century
The Cambridge History of Latin American Literature, Volume 2: The Twentieth Century
Enrique Pupo-Walker, 1996
"...this exceptional three-volume history of Latin American Literature...surpasses its goal....Congatulations to contributors, editors, and publishers on what will become a classic in the field." F. Colecchia, Choice"This volume of the Cambridge History of Latin American Literature offers well-informed and thorough coverage of the tw...
Africana: Arts and Letters : an A-to-Z Reference of Writers, ...
Africana: Arts and Letters : an A-to-Z Reference of Writers, ...
Anthony Appiah, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., 2004
lo6 Brindis de Salas, Virginia Salas was already a concert violinist at the age often. His father, Claudio Sr., was a well-known musician, teacher, and orchestra leader. Brindis de Salas studied with a Belgian teacher in Havana and later with ...
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Virgina Brindis de Salas
Cuando el revés de la piel se subleva...: Virginia Brindis de Salas (1908-1958)
Periodista, activista étnica y escritora, elogiada por Gabriela Mistral, reconocida en varias Universidades extranjeras y la primera en publicar obras en el Cono Sur: “Pregón de Marimorena” y “Cien Cárceles de Amor”. ¿La primera? Sí, la primera mujer negra que logró escalar el alto muro del ninguneo típico del Uruguay.
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Uruguay Negro: Presentación del Libro "Rompiendo silencios", un relato sobre la vida de Virginia Brindis de Salas.
Algunos comentarios sobre la obra de Virginia Brindis de Salas obra. La producción de Virginia Brindes de Salas es muy variada, y comprende la poesía social , y absorbe géneros prestigiosos como la poesía erótica y el tango.
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Virginia Brindis de Salas, protagonista de sello postal > Poemas del Alma
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Latino Sexuality: LatiNegr@s Project: Virginia Brindis de Salas
Poet from Uruguay who died in 1958 at the age of 50 and is said to be the first Black Latin American woman to publish a book of poetry for wide/international distribution. Her work has been considered the most "militant" when it comes to Black-Uruguayan identity.
latinosexuality.blogspot.com/2010/02/latinegrs-project-virginia-brindis-de.html
DJBM - Philatelic: URU - 2012 - #032 - SERIE - AFRO-URUGUAYAN PERSONALITIES, VIRGINIA BRINDIS DE SALAS
Uruguay - 2012 - Afro-Uruguayan Personalities, Virginia Brindis de Salas Options: SERIE --- 1,10 EUR FDC not Sent --- 2,20 EUR FDC Sent on First Day --- 8,00 EUR COVER Sent on First Day --- 6,00 EUR If you are interested in any of this items, or any other items from Uruguay, just make a donation including your e-mail in the description. I will contact you as soon I receive your donation, we agree on which items do you need, and I will discount the donation done to the amount of your purchase.
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FILATELIA DEL ECUADOR: Personalidades Afrouruguayas: Virginia Brindis de Salas
Virginia Brindis de Salas Virginia Brindis de Salas (1908 - 1958) fue una activista, escritora y poetisa afrouruguaya, la primera en toda América del Sur en publicar un libro y colecciones de poesía. Contribuyó de forma activa en el periódico Nuestra raza, junto a Pilar Barrios, otro activista y escritor afrouruguayo, militante del Partido Autóctono Negro (PAN).
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Uruguay en sus sellos postales: Personalidades Afrouruguayas: Virginia Brindis de Salas
Matasellos Primer Día de Emisión Diseño: Gabriel Casas Obra plástica: Mary Porto Casas El dibujo del matasellos parece del estilo de Pedro Figari. Virginia Brindis de Salas (1908 - 1958) fue una activista, escritora y poetisa afrouruguaya, la primera en toda América del Sur en publicar un libro y colecciones de poesía.
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MUJERES QUE HACEN LA HISTORIA - BREVES BIOGRAFIAS: Siglo XX - Virginia Brindis de Salas
Breve Biografía de Virginia Brindis de SalasVirginia Brindis de Salas nació en Montevideo en 1908. Escritora, poetisa y activista afrouruguaya.
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elNuevoEmpresario > Recuerdan a poetisa afrouruguaya Virginia Brindis de Salas
Por Jorge LunaMontevideo, 15 dic (PL) La activista y poetisa uruguaya Virginia Brindis de Salas, fallecida hace más de medio siglo, figura en el más reciente sello postal de Uruguay, un homenaje quizás tardío, pero bienvenido por la comunidad afrodescendiente.El sello, presentado por el Correo Uruguayo y la Casa de...
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Sin Categoría | Viajes
Tuvo la gloria que no le podían negar, pero al final lo esperaba el más inmundo racismo. Esta es la desgarradora historia que hoy nos recuerda Alberto Moroy.
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