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2018 Annual Conference: Registration now open!

By Maria Montt Strabucchi | news

2018 WISPS Annual Conference From ‘La Celestina’ to ‘Celestina’s House’: Archetypes Old and New in Hispanic and Luso-Afro-Brazilian Cultures   This year marks the twentieth anniversary of WISPS and we would like to celebrate one of our founding members, Emeritus Professor Dorothy Sherman Severin, OBE, who will be one of our keynote speakers. The 19th Annual Conference will focus on archetypes old and new, from symbols and themes to settings and characters. In the title we make reference to the arquetype of the matchmaker paying homage to the work of both Professor Severin and visual artist Paula Rego, [&hellip

Stipendiary Lectureship at Exeter College (University of Oxford) – deadline October 12

By Maria Montt Strabucchi | news

Exeter College, University of Oxford, invites applications for a Stipendiary Lectureship, to be held from 1st January to 30th September 2019. Candidates must be able to contribute to the teaching of early modern/Golden Age Spanish papers. Please note: closes 12 October.   More information is available on the College’s website https://www.exeter.ox.ac.uk/vacancies/stipendiary-lecturer-in-spanish-fixed-term

Temporary Teaching Fellowship (Research Leave) in Hispanic Studies at the University of Warwick 

By Maria Montt Strabucchi | news

Teaching Fellow – Hispanic Studies  (fixed position) Fixed Term Position for 12 months  Temporary Teaching Fellowship (Research Leave) in Hispanic Studies at the University of Warwick  12 months fixed-term: 1 January 2019 – 30 December 2019.  The School of Modern Languages and Cultures at the University of Warwick invites applications for the post of Teaching Fellow in Hispanic Studies, from 1st January 2019.  We are looking for an enthusiastic, innovative colleague to join our friendly department for the calendar year 2019. You will be responsible for sole teaching up to three 15-credit undergraduate modules, as well as [&hellip

Research Fellow in Latin American History (University of York)

By Maria Montt Strabucchi | news

The Department of History seeks to appoint a research fellow in Latin American history to work on a NERC-AHRC funded project on ‘Integrating ecological and cultural histories to inform sustainable and equitable futures for the Colombian páramos’. Working primarily with Professor Henrice Altink, Dr Sabine Clarke and Dr Helen Cowie, and liaising extensively with other members of the project team in the UK and Colombia, your research duties will focus on the multiple values provided by the páramo ecosystem and their relationship with communities’ livelihoods and wellbeing in the past, present and future. You will also be [&hellip

IHR Latin American History seminar (London)

By Maria Montt Strabucchi | news

IHR Latin American History seminar Venue: Peter Marshall Room N204, 2nd floor, IHR, North block, Senate House Time: Tuesdays 17:30-19:30 Convenors: Paulo Drinot (UCL), James Dunkerley (QMU), Alejandra Irigoin (LSE), Christine Mathias (King’s College London), Nicola Miller (UCL), Thomas Rath (UCL), Natalia Sobrevilla (Kent). All welcome! 02/10/2018 Global Microhistories of Colonialism. The Amazon and Patagonia, 1880s-1910s Alberto Harambour (Universidad Austral de Chile/Centro FONDAP-Ideal) and Álvaro Bello (Universidad de La Frontera) This presentation analyses the relation between national territorialization and the translocal trajectories of imperial subjects and national agents regarding the indigenous peoples of two ‘civilizational frontiers’. Focusing [&hellip

New Book: 'Photographing the Unseen Mexico' by Dominika Gasiorowski

New Book: ‘Photographing the Unseen Mexico’ by Dominika Gasiorowski

By Maria Montt Strabucchi | blog, news

  This autumn, my first book entitled Photographing the Unseen Mexico: Maya Goded’s Socially Engaged Documentaries will be published by the Modern Humanities Research Association imprint Legenda (http://www.mhra.org.uk/news/maya-godeds-mexico). Based on nearly a decade of research, which included my PhD supervised by Prof Parvati Nair and funded by the Westfield Trust Research Studentship, the book establishes Maya Goded as one of the leading lights in Latin American photography.     Born in Mexico City in 1967, Maya Goded (mayagoded.net) is an acclaimed photographer and documentary filmmaker. Throughout her career as a visual artist, she has maintained a focus [&hellip

Assistant Professor of Spanish (Caribbean Literatures and Cultures) - UBC (Vancouver)

Assistant Professor of Spanish (Caribbean Literatures and Cultures) – UBC (Vancouver)

By Maria Montt Strabucchi | news

Assistant Professor of Spanish (Caribbean Literatures and Cultures) The Department of French, Hispanic and Italian Studies at The University of British Columbia (Vancouver) invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Spanish with a specialization in Caribbean Literatures and Cultures. Additional interests could include indigeneity/ethnicity, gender studies or transnational studies. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2019. We are particularly interested in scholars who will be able to participate in collaborative projects with other faculty members, enhance our course offerings, propose new perspectives on Latin American literatures and cultures, and contribute to the Faculty of [&hellip

Assistant Professor in International History (History of Latin America) – LSE

By Maria Montt Strabucchi | news

LSE is committed to building a diverse, equitable and truly inclusive university Salary is no less than £54,984 per annum (pay award pending) and the salary scale can be found on the LSE website. This appointment is due to commence on 2nd September 2019 The Department of International History is seeking to make an appointment of an Assistant Professor in International History (History of Latin America). The role holder will be expected to offer new courses at undergraduate level and at Masters level in the history of Latin America from c.1750 to the present day. They will [&hellip

Assistant Professor in Hispanic Studies – Durham University

By Maria Montt Strabucchi | news

Assistant Professor in Hispanic Studies Durham University – School of Modern Languages and Cultures The School of Modern Languages and Cultures seeks to appoint an outstanding candidate to an Assistant Professorship in Hispanic Studies. The successful candidate will be expected to undertake internationally excellent research, provide outstanding teaching and carry out service to the School. The appointment is tenable on a non-fixed term basis from 1 September 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter. We welcome applications from exceptional scholars with research expertise in any area of Spanish and Latin American Studies that complements the research strengths [&hellip

Professor or Associate Professor In Hispanic Studies (MLAC18-4) – Durham University

By Maria Montt Strabucchi | news

Professor or Associate Professor In Hispanic Studies (MLAC18-4) Durham University – School of Modern Languages and Cultures The School of Modern Languages and Cultures (MLaC) seeks to appoint an outstanding candidate to an Associate or Full Professorship in Hispanic Studies. This post offers an exciting opportunity to make a major contribution to the development of research and teaching in MLaC. The successful candidate will be expected to play a leading role in the School, producing world-leading research, providing outstanding teaching and carrying out service in the School and the wider University as appropriate. We welcome applications from [&hellip

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