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Read more at: Cambridge Hispanic and Lusophone Research Seminar Series 2020-21

Cambridge Hispanic and Lusophone Research Seminar Series 2020-21

Cambridge Hispanic and Lusophone Research Seminar Series 2020-21 Professor Peter Hulme Title: ‘The Spanish-American Number: Travel, Translation, and the Literary History of Modernism’ Date: Wednesday, 12 May 2021 Time: 5pm Venue: Zoom Link to register: https://cam-ac-uk.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAld-...


Read more at: Phoebe Taylor

Phoebe Taylor

The Section is deeply saddened to share that alumna Phoebe Taylor, who graduated with a first in Spanish & French in 2011, has passed away suddenly at the age of 31. Colleagues remember Phoebe as a truly wonderful student, and we wish to express our condolences with her loved ones. Phoebe’s tribute site has been shared...


Read more at: Erica Segre
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Erica Segre

Colleagues and friends of the Spanish and Portuguese Section will be deeply saddened to learn of the untimely death of Erica Segre after a long illness. Erica, who was a lecturer and Fellow of Trinity College, contributed generously to the work of the Section, as the organizer of inspiring seminars and exhibitions on Latin...


Read more at: Dr Ares Llop wins Joan Solà award
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Dr Ares Llop wins Joan Solà award

Dr Ares Llop, Lectora in Catalan and Batista i Roca Fellow at Fitzwilliam College, today received the Joan Solà award (10,000 euros) for research into Catalan linguistics at a ceremony at the Universitat de Lleida which she attended virtually. Enhorabona Ares!


Read more at: Joanna Page publishes new monograph with UCL Press
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Joanna Page publishes new monograph with UCL Press

Dr Joanna Page, Reader in Latin American Literature and Visual Culture at the University of Cambridge, has published a new book entitled 'Decolonizing Science in Latin American Art'. More information here .


Read more at: Carlos Fonseca included in Granta's list of best young authors in Spanish

Carlos Fonseca included in Granta's list of best young authors in Spanish

Carlos Fonsec​a, Lecturer in Latin American Literature & Culture at Trinity College & member of the Centre of Latin American Studies, University of Cambridge has been included in the Granta's list of best young authors in Spanish. Our congratulations to him. https://www.theguardian.com/books/2021/apr/07/granta-...


Read more at: Virtual Seminar Series Lent 2021

Virtual Seminar Series Lent 2021

We are very happy to announce our seminar series for Lent 2021, which will be entirely virtual. Speakers are: Speaker: Professor Lúcia Sá Date: 27 January Time: 5pm UK time Venue: https://cam-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/98650466419 Title: Cannibalising Cannibalism: The Radical Anti-coloniality of Brazilian contemporary Indigenous art...


Read more at: Cambridge Hispanic and Lusophone Research Seminar Series 2020-21

Cambridge Hispanic and Lusophone Research Seminar Series 2020-21

Lent Term Please note that all seminars this term shall take place online. Professor Lúcia Sá Date: 27 January Time: 5pm UK time Venue: https://cam-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/98650466419 Title: Cannibalising Cannibalism: The Radical Anti-coloniality of Brazilian contemporary Indigenous art. This paper will focus on the work of...


Read more at: Keynote Lecture: Queer Migrations

Keynote Lecture: Queer Migrations

Queer Migrations: Transnational Sexualities in Theory and Practice Online, University of Cambridge, 23 - 27 November 2020 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN The keynote lecture will be delivered by Prof Gayatri Gopinath (NYU) at 5pm on Monday 23rd November, followed by discussion and a Q&A with Dr Natasha Tanna (UCL). Please see...


Read more at: Virtual Seminar Series Michaelmas 2020

Virtual Seminar Series Michaelmas 2020

We are very happy to announce our seminar series for Michaelmas 2020, which will be entirely virtual. Speakers are: Speaker: Professor Jesús Rodriguez Velasco, Yale University Day: 14 October Time: 5pm Title: “Science of the Soul, Bodies of Law.” Abstract: Examining legislations and legal theorizations from the Middle Ages...