Monthly Archives: November 2014

International Seminar “Anglo-Hispanic affinities in the seventeenth century: Diplomacy, Trade and Culture”

Day 12 and 13 December 2014 will be held at the University Pablo de Olavide – School of Hispanic Americans (CSIC) International Seminar: Anglo-Hispanic affinities in the seventeenth century: diplomacy, commerce and culture. It will feature the participation of 19 speakers across six tables on various topics: Foreign policy, Exile and diplomacy, Trade, Cultural Circulations, Testimonies and cultural diplomacy and memory.

Admission to the seminar is free while space.

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Exposure Spain and England. Juan Luis Vives and Thomas More. Commissary: Enrique García Hernán

Last 4 Nov. inaugurated the Exhibition “Spain and England. Juan Luis Vives and Thomas More”, in Centro del Carmen of Valencia, where friendship between Juan Luis Vives and Thomas More claimed and analyzed the “social values” Valencian thinker and British.
The curator of the exhibition is Enrique García Hernán and the exhibition can be visited until 11 January 2015.

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Celebrated International Congress “From Ireland to Poland: Northern Europe, Spain and the Early Modern World”, Poland 2014

Last 8 and 9 of October of 2014 took place International Congress “From Ireland to Poland: Northern Europe, Spain and the Early Modern World”, organized by the Institute of History of Madrid (CSIC), Silesian University and the Institute of History of the University of Gdansk. Lawmakers were pleased to greet the Ambassador of Spain in Poland, Agustín Martínez Núñez, and Ambassador of Ireland in Poland, Eugene Hutchinson, both present at the opening ceremony. The conference brought together scholars from Spain, Ireland, Germany, Poland, Romania, the UK and Italy. During these two days more than twenty papers were presented in Spanish, Italian and Ingles.

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