The NYC-born Dominicana wins prestigious literary award.
The latest issue of Caribbean Quarterly features a poem by Sophie Maríñez .
Fourth in a series of articles that focus on research of Dominican history and society.
Friends and relatives of artist Nelson Rafael Díaz Henríquez «Ney» seek ANSWERS, demand JUSTICE!
Third in a series of articles that focus on research of Dominican history and society.
Imagine an exhibit that highlights the history and legacy of an oppressed people funded by the oppressor?
The daughter of Dominican immigrants making her work available to a wider audience.
In a brutally honest and painful article, the author of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao opens up about his childhood trauma.
Alberto Sandoval-Sánchez, writer and Professor of Spanish and U.S. Latina/o literature at Mount Holyoke College recently penned a poem inspired by the activist work of Emma Gonzalez, one of the survivors of the February 2018 Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Second of a series of articles that focus on research of Dominican history and society.
First of a series of articles that focus on research of Dominican history and society.
La Virgen de la Altagracia forma parte de los discursos nacionalistas y de resistencia.
In 2013, Hilton Hals and Junot Díaz discussed life, literature and more at the iconic Strand bookstore.
Ursula K. Le Guin (1929-2018), a product of 20th century Cold-War era social upheavals and transformations including the civil rights movement and the sexual revolution of the 1960s, passed away on Jan. 22.
La repentina muerte del artista Tony Capellán ha provocado un caudal de reacciones a través de las redes sociales. Su partida a destiempo tiene un gran significado para muchos artistas dominicanos.
Richard Hambleton (1952-2017), the Canadian-born public art provocateur who became a fixture of 1980s New York Downtown art scene, died on October 29. He was 65.
El actor de Carpinteros y director de Si bondye vle, Yuli (Si Dios quiere, Yuli) habla de su identidad desde una visión solidaria y humanista.
Divido en cinco secciones, El hombre que se fue es un homenaje a la provincia de Barahona.
For #WomenInTranslation Month, ESENDOM conducted an interview with Sophie Mariñez, a poet, translator and French professor at Borough of Manhattan Community College