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CHLRS 2013-14 Programme

We warmly invite you to this term's CAMBRIDGE HISPANIC AND LUSOPHONE RESEARCH SEMINARS which will take place at 5.00 OR 5.30 pm in either Trinity Hall OR Clare College (please see under the relevant talk the exact time and venue of each session). 


Wednesday, 29 January, 5.00 pm (Latimer Room, Clare College
Dr Rob Stone (University of Birmingham)
Basque Heritage Cinema: History, Politics, Art. (Film Screening and talk by Rob Stone and Axel Bangert.)

Wednesday, 12 February, 5.30 pm (Bridgetower Room, Trinity Hall)
Dr Luciana Martins (Birkbeck, University of London) 
Intimate visions: Claude and Dina Lévi-Strauss in Brazil.

Wednesday, 26 February, 5.30 pm (Bridgetower Room, Trinity Hall)
 Dr María José Vega (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Escándalo y heterodoxia en el siglo XVI. (PLEASE NOTE that this seminar will be given in Spanish.)

Wednesday, 12 March, 5.00 pm (Latimer Room,Clare College)
 Dr Jean Franco (Professor Emerita at Columbia University)
When borders become frontiers. The cultural and social consequences of militarizing the U.S./Mexican border.



Wednesday, 16 October (Leslie Stephen Room, Trinity Hall) 
Prof. Adam Feinstein (Neruda's Translator)
Pablo Neruda: Forty Years on.

Wednesday, 13 November (Bridgetower Room, Trinity Hall)
Prof. Santiago Fortuño (Universitat Jaume I de Castelló) 
Poesía española del siglo XX (1940-2000): Pathos, arte y narrativismo. (PLEASE NOTE that this seminar will be given in Spanish.) 

Wednesday, 27 November (Bridgetower Room, Trinity Hall)
 Prof. Álvaro Ribagorda (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
A modern university for Madrid: the university reform of the Second Spanish Republic (1931-1939).



Refreshments Provided

Drinks will be served at the seminar, and those attending are invited to join the speaker for dinner after the talk at an inexpensive local restaurant.

For further information please contact one of the organisers, Dunja Fehimovic, or Imogen Sutton