Alanna made major contributions to the artistic and intellectual landscape of Dominican Culture. Video homage is sponsored by the Haiti-DR Section of LASA.
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!
Imagine an exhibit that highlights the history and legacy of an oppressed people funded by the oppressor?
First of a series of articles that focus on research of Dominican history and society.
In 2013, Hilton Hals and Junot Díaz discussed life, literature and more at the iconic Strand bookstore.
For #WomenInTranslation Month, ESENDOM conducted an interview with Sophie Mariñez, a poet, translator and French professor at Borough of Manhattan Community College