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Cambridge Hispanic and Lusophone Research Seminars (CHLRS)

Spanish and Portuguese Section Graduate Seminars

Cambridge Hispanic and Lusophone Research Seminars (CHLRS) 2018-19

 

Michaelmas Term

10th October, 5.30pm, Selwyn college (Walters Room)

Professor Mary Vincent, University of Sheffield

Talk: 'Sacrifice: Narrating Martyrdom during and after the Spanish Civil War' 

Refreshments provided

Hosted by Professor Dominic Keown

 

21st November, 1pm, RFB Room 142 (Media Centre)

Dr. Caroline Egan and Dr. Vivien Kogut, University of Cambridge

Talk: ‘Jesuits, Pirates and Indians: The Transatlantic Itinerary of a Tupi’

Christian Doctrine

Hosted by Dr Maite Conde

 

Lent Term

23rd January, 5.30pm, Selwyn College (Kathleen Lyttelton Room)

Dr. Polly Savage, SOAS

Talk: ‘Cuban Art Education and the Mozambican Revolution’

Refreshments provided

Hosted by DR Rory O’Bryen

N.B. The venue of this event has changed from previously advertised. Talk will now take place in the Kathleen Lyttelton Room, Selwyn College

 

6th March, 1pm, RFB Room 142 (Media Centre)

Professor Catherine Boyle, King’s College London

Talk: ‘Language Acts and Worldmaking’

Hosted by Dr Maite Conde

 

Easter Term

15th May, 5.30, Selwyn College (Walters Room)

Professor Jo Labanyi, New York University

Talk: ‘The Emotions: A Non-Linear History’

Refreshments Provided

Hosted by Dr. Bryan Cameron

 

Special Event

22 February – 23 February 2019

Alison Richard Building

Symposium: Mobilizing Affect: Populism and the Future of Democratic Populism in Spain

Keynote Speaker: Prof. Chantal Mouffe (University of Westminster)

This symposium confronts Spain’s political past, present and future. Bringing together a group of distinguished scholars working in Britain, Spain and the United States, the conference will centre on the eruption of populist mobilizations from 2011 to the present—both in Spain and across the globe—by tarrying with expressions of dissent and indignation and the emergence of new political parties such as Podemos and Ciudadanos.

For more information and a complete program including abstracts please see:

http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/27899