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Ameer Phillips, ’17

Premio Ramiro Lagos, 2023
Primer Premio | 1st Prize
Segundo Premio | 2nd Prize
Premio de traducción | Translation Prize

Ficción | Fiction
Anyelly Herrera, ’24
Michelle Geiser Menz, ’18

Voces de | Voices of Abiayala
Francisco Huichaqueo (Wallmapu, Chile)
Roxana Miranda Rupailaf (Wallmapu, Chile)

Reimaginings | Reimaginaciones 
Éowyn Bailey ’26
Max Congdon, ’23
Mary Grace Kelly, ’25
Nadia Letendre, ’25
Elena Miceli, ’20
Brendan Robinson, ’26
Grant Ward, ’23

Jimena Bermejo (Theatre)
Ahana Nagarkatti, ’25

Poesía | Poetry
Éowyn Bailey, ’26
Colectivo Stein IV
Ahana Nagarkatti, ’25
Ashley Rodríguez Lantigua, ’23
Camiah Small, ’26

Agradecimientos | Thanks

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About us | Sobre nosotros

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Agradecimientos especiales | Special thanks to

Faculty colleagues in the Department of Spanish for their encouragement of student work, especially Bridget Franco, Helen Freear-Papio, Ellen Lokos

Francisco Huichaqueo, for his generosity and warm attention to students and faculty during his visit to campus in February 2023.

Pachaysana workshop participants, especially Josep Alba-Salas, Estrella Cibreiro, Helen Freear-Papio, Paco Gago-Jover, Cynthia Stone

Daniel Bryan (Executive Director) and Chelsea Viteri (Principal Workshop Facilitator and Instructor) of Pachaysana Institute

Jennifer Summerhays and Emma Meade in the Office of Study Abroad

To students, faculty, administration and staff who have stood up for human rights and an end to racial violence.

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“Entrevista con el autor (Francisco Huichaqueo)” appears by permission of the author, Bridget Franco, and interviewee, Francisco Huichaqueo
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