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Accepting proposals for the Dandelion Arts Week event

Proposals for a Dandelion Arts Week Event are invited from School of Arts Postgraduate Research Students. Founded in 2010, Dandelion is a School of Arts Postgraduate organ/network/platform/journal. The successful event will be live online during Arts Week in May 2021 and… Continue Reading →

AHGBI Conference Award for Graduate Students (Deadline 12 April 2021)

Applications are now accepted for the AHGBI Conference Award for Graduate Students, which supports graduate and postgraduate students speaking at an upcoming conference related to their research. Key information: We welcome applications to support participation at conferences taking place online, as… Continue Reading →

Transient Barcelona: Tourists and global gentrifiers in the creative city (17 March)

When: 17 March 2021, 18:00 — 19:30Venue: Online Book your place now In this webinar, Mari Paz Balibrea (Birkbeck) and Agustín Cocola-Gant (University of Lisbon) will be discussing recent trends in Barcelona, a city transformed by a transient population attracted… Continue Reading →

Material Culture and Identity: The Moriscos in Early Modern Iberia (2 Mar)

Image: Christoph Weiditz, The Morisco Dance, Das Trachtenbuch (1529). Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg. A joint event by the Centre for Iberian and Latin American Visual Studies (CILAVS) /Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Worlds (CMEMW). Professor Borja Franco (Honorary Research Fellow… Continue Reading →

Job notice: Research Centre Administrator (deadline Nov 16)

CILAVS is seeking to appoint a Research Centre Administrator for 2020-21 with excellent organisational skills, and some knowledge of/interest in Iberian and Latin American visual culture, literature and/or related fields (including Spanish and/or Portuguese language). Experience with event management (online… Continue Reading →

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