International Institute of Ibero-American Literature
Institut international de littérature ibéroaméricaine
Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana (IILI)
1938-08-15 Mexico City Mexico
Founded at 1st Congress of Teachers of Latin American Literature. Constitution adopted 22 Aug 1938, Mexico City; amended at 1st Congress of the Institute, 12-17 Aug 1940, Los Angeles CA (USA).
Promote study of Ibero-American literature; strengthen cultural relations among the peoples of the Americas; coordinate linguistic and literary research; establish chairs of Ibero-American literature in USA and chairs of American literature in the South American countries; publish the works of the principal Ibero-American authors in the original and in English translation.
Events2023-07-05 | Athens, Greece – Congress
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Congress (every 2 years); Administrative Council; Editorial Committee.
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