The Literary Contest with the theme "Re/meaning life in times of a pandemic", with the purpose of encouraging the literary production of authors aged 45 and over, as long as they are unpublished, and contributing to active and healthy aging.
Thirty-two (32) prizes will be offered to winning authors, evaluated according to the criteria established in the call for tender.
Subscriptions are completely free. Each candidate may register only 01 (one) account to participate in the contest.
Contact:firstname.lastname@example.org to WhatsApp (61) 98145 - 1145
Registration: July 26 to November 14, 2022.
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Concurso Voa – UnB Prêmio Literário para a Maturidade
Renato Cabral Rezende
Renato Cabral Rezende is Adjunct Professor of Sociolinguistics at the University of Brasília
(UnB). Graduated in Journalism (UFG) and Letters-Portuguese (UniCEUB), Master and Doctor in Linguistics from UNICAMP and visiting scholar at the University of California Berkeley (USA). He works in the areas and themes of Sociolinguistics, Textual Linguistics, Linguistic Anthropology and Human Rights. He teaches the course on Ethics, Law and Citizenship in the project Course of Political Social Educator in Gerontology, at UniSER, where he also guides Scientific Initiation research on literacies of the elderly in Brazil. He is the author of the book Ethos and Textual Progression in Relationships, by Heleno Godoy (PUC-GO/Kelps Edition, 2012) and co-organizer and translator of the book Language as Social Practice (Cortez, 2008), by William F. Hanks, in addition to to be the author of articles and chapters in specialized journals. He is the father of a beautiful and very smart little boy, Arthur. Passionate about literature, at UnB he has already joined the UnB Literary Chat and currently coordinates the Voa-UniSER/UnB Project, a literary award for maturity.
Ana Karoline Versiane Soares Araújo
Member of the Qualification Technical Secretariat; Supervisor of the Libras area of the project
Translator, interpreter and Libras teacher; Degree in Brazilian Sign Language - Portuguese as a second language (UnB); Postgraduate student in Gerontology (IBRA);
Collaborator, Professor, Unit Tutor and member of UniSER's pedagogical coordination; Experience in teaching and intergenerational accessibility.