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Read more at: 'Brazil in the time of Coronavirus' and other essays

'Brazil in the time of Coronavirus' and other essays

Please see the following link for important essays on the impact of COVID-19 on the Hispanic world, including a piece by our own Maite Conde on ‘Brazil in the Time of Coronavirus'. https://revistas.ucm.es/index.php/GEOP/issue/view/3602


Read more at: Online Launch of Dr Natasha Tanna's book: Queer Geneaologies in Transnational Barcelona

Online Launch of Dr Natasha Tanna's book: Queer Geneaologies in Transnational Barcelona

Online launch of Natasha Tanna’s new book Queer Genealogies in Transnational Barcelona (Legenda) Tuesday 19 May, 6pm-7.15pm (UK time) Registration and further details here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/book-launch-and-qa-queer-genealogies-in-transnational-barcelona-tickets-103698370618 Book blurb: How do queer texts engage...


Read more at: Anglo-Portuguese Society: Ann Waterfall Award

Anglo-Portuguese Society: Ann Waterfall Award

Congratulations to Hannah Shakespeare who has received the Anglo- Portuguese society’s prestigious Ann Waterfall Award, given to the best student of Portuguese in the United Kingdom! This is highly-deserved recognition of Hannah’s hard work and dedication to Portuguese throughout her degree at Cambridge. Well done Hannah...


Read more at: Modernisme and the Media: Picasso's Periodicals

Modernisme and the Media: Picasso's Periodicals

Dr Rihiannon McGlade will be discussing 'Modernisme and the Media: Picasso’s Periodicals' as part of the Royal Academy’s Lates: Barcelona Modernisme night on Saturday 15 February.


Read more at: In Visible Ink: Women and Visual Print Media in Spain's Transition to Democracy

In Visible Ink: Women and Visual Print Media in Spain's Transition to Democracy

Dr Rhiannon McGlade will be giving a lecture, 'In Visible Ink: Women and Visual Print Media in Spain’s Transition to Democracy’ on Thursday 13 February at 5 pm ER142 Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Elvet Riverside 1​, Durham University. Booking is essential - please register by emailing Renata.Taylor@durham.ac.uk . Further...


Read more at: Dr James Kent’s seminar on Cuban Photographer Raúl Caribaño
Poster for Dr James Kent event

Dr James Kent’s seminar on Cuban Photographer Raúl Caribaño

We are looking forward to Dr James Kent’s seminar on Cuban Photographer Raúl Caribaño on 19 February at 1pm. Full details: 19th February, 1pm, RFB Room 142 (Media Centre) Dr James Kent, Royal Holloway Human Landscapes: Storytelling and Surrealism in the work of Raúl Cañibano See also the event poster here


Read more at: Sketching Sorority: Women and Visual Print Media in the Spanish Transition

Sketching Sorority: Women and Visual Print Media in the Spanish Transition

Dr Rhiannon McGlade will deliver a talk 'Sketching Sorority: Women and Visual Print Media in the Spanish Transition' as part of the A Celebration of Iberian Culture at Newcastle University on Wednesday 12th February 2020, 1-2pm (OLB 2.20). Full details are available at https://www.ncl.ac.uk/sml/news-events/events/item/...


Read more at: Talk: The Future of Catalonia as a Knowledge Economy

Talk: The Future of Catalonia as a Knowledge Economy

The Future of Catalonia as a Knowledge Economy By Prof Andreu Mas-Colell Organised by the Cambridge University Catalan Society Thursday 27th of February, 6pm Keynes Hall, King's College To attend the event, register through Eventbrite . Facebook link to event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2600967406814560/ *** Prof...


Read more at: The Poetry Leap: An Evening of Poetry and Translated Poetry at St John’s College Cambridge

The Poetry Leap: An Evening of Poetry and Translated Poetry at St John’s College Cambridge

The Poetry Leap: An Evening of Poetry and Translated Poetry at St John’s College Cambridge Leap Saturday, 29th February, 6-9pm in the Lightfoot Room, Old Divinity School, St John's College The Evening will begin with a Poetry Reading at 6pm​ with Juana Adcock, Mina Gorji and Bhanu Kapil, followed by a wine reception. About...


Read more at: Symposium on Pere Portabella: Keynes Lecture Theatre, King's College Cambridge

Symposium on Pere Portabella: Keynes Lecture Theatre, King's College Cambridge

A full-day conference on the Cinema of Pere Portabella will take place on 13th February 2020, beginning at 10am. Location: Keynes Lecture Theatre, King's College, Cambridge Director Pere Portabella will be present, and will participate in the conference. Other speakers include Steven Marsh, Rosalind Galt, Teresa Grandas...