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Report on Postgraduate Travel Grant 2016: Lourdes Parra Lazcano (University of Leeds)

Report on Postgraduate Travel Grant 2016: Lourdes Parra Lazcano (University of Leeds)

By Maria Montt Strabucchi | blog

WISPS POSTGRADUATE TRAVEL GRANT REPORT BY LOURDES PARRA LAZCANO November 2016 My name is Lourdes Parra Lazcano and I am a PhD Candidate in Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies at the University of Leeds. My PhD thesis explores travel literature by Mexican women writers from 1892 to 2012. I have analysed the works of Laura Méndez de Cuenca, Elena Garro, Rosario Castellanos, María Luisa Puga, Esther Seligson and Myriam Moscona. These writers are best known for their poems, novels and short stories, but they also are travellers who share their ideas about the UK, Europe, Israel, [&hellip

Report on Postgraduate Travel Grants 2017: Verónica Gómez (Universidad Nacional del Litoral, CONICET)

Report on Postgraduate Travel Grants 2017: Verónica Gómez (Universidad Nacional del Litoral, CONICET)

By Maria Montt Strabucchi | blog

WISPS POSTGRADUATE TRAVEL GRANTS REPORT BY VERÓNICA GÓMEZ November 2017 My name is Verónica Gómez and I come from Argentina. I am a PhD student in Humanities at the Universidad Nacional del Litoral (Santa Fe) and fellow researcher at CONICET. I hold a Bachelor of Modern Literature and Linguistics from the Facultad de Filosofía y Letras (Universidad de Buenos Aires) and an MA in Comparative Cultures and Literatures from the Facultad de Lenguas (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba). I am a member of LitELat (Red de Literatura Electrónica Latinoamericana (http://Litelat.net) and part of INTERCO-SSH (International Cooperation in Social [&hellip

Report on Postgraduate Travel Grants 2017: Isabel Seguí (University of St Andrews)

Report on Postgraduate Travel Grants 2017: Isabel Seguí (University of St Andrews)

By Maria Montt Strabucchi | blog

WISPS POSTGRADUATE TRAVEL GRANTS REPORT BY ISABEL SEGUÍ 14 November 2017 My name is Isabel Seguí. I am a PhD candidate at the Department of Film Studies of the University of St Andrews in Scotland. My participation in the WISPS conference was my first contact with this women’s association, and the experience could not have been better. It started, auspiciously, when the first morning I met Dr Eamon McCarthy on the street. Both of us were lost on Leeds campus. While trying to find the venue of the event, he told me how fantastic this conference always [&hellip

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