The CWC Research Seminar Series 2014-15 will be focused on 'Situating the Popular in World Cinemas'.
The Languages for the Future project expands with three further websites.
Professor Ginette Vincendeau will be giving a talk at Leeds on 15 October. Starts at 4:00 pm.
Recognizing that Holocaust ‘memory’ is increasingly shaped by transnational forces, this conference will explore the future of Holocaust memory in shifting international contexts Starts at 1:00 am.
Golden Age Drama and Prose Fiction; Hispanic and European cinema(s); Translation; Popular Music; Contemporary Spanish Culture and Politics; Twentieth-Century Spanish Theatre; Gender and Sexuality
Alex is a third year Joint Honours student studying History and Spanish. As part of her degree she is spending her year abroad in Seville as a British Language Teaching Assistant.