Research seminars

We hold regular research seminars in which Hispanic Studies staff and postgraduates and staff and students from other sections of the University participate. These seminars, usually held on Wednesdays, are open to all, and contribute to the vibrant research environment we enjoy.

For more information please contact Dr Conrad James.

Monsters and prodigies in early modern Europe

Monsters and prodigies in early modern Europe

Date
12/11/2014
Description
Ma. Alejandra Flores de la Flor (Universidad de Cádiz) delivers this Hispanic Studies research seminar.
Memory and affect: issues from Spain and Portugal

Memory and affect: issues from Spain and Portugal

Date
26/11/2014
Description
Professor Alison Ribeiro de Menezes (University of Warwick) delivers this Hispanic Studies research seminar.
From pride to humiliation: an Oral History project in Hialeah

From pride to humiliation: an Oral History project in Hialeah

Date
11/02/2015
Description
Dr Stéphanie Panichelli-Batalla (Aston University) delivers this Hispanic Studies research seminar.
Title to be confirmed

Title to be confirmed

Date
11/03/2015
Description
Dr Sarah Wright (Royal Holloway) delivers this Hispanic Studies research seminar.
Spain and Portugal in the early seventeenth century: a Viceroy's viewpoint

Spain and Portugal in the early seventeenth century: a Viceroy's viewpoint

Date
19/03/2015
Description
Professor Trevor Dadson (Queen Mary, University of London) delivers the Sir Henry Thomas Lecture 2015.
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