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Can the Subaltern speak online?

A short blog about the Sadler Seminar 'Can the Subaltern speak online? The potential for audio-visual media for advocacy and resistance on the Internet'.

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Staff profile

Gregorio Alonso

Political and religious conflicts in Modern Europe and Latin America; the making of the liberal, nationalistic and Catholic traditions during the nineteenth century; democracy and democratization.

Student profile

Elliot Bevan

Elliot reflects on his time here including realising his passion for translation studies, spending a year working in Spain and making full use of the facilities the University and city have to offer.

Partnerships

We are proud of our strong connection with the (on-campus) cultural branches of the governments of Spain and Portugal: the Cervantes Institute and the Camões Institute.  

Camoes Portugal    Institut Ramon LlullInstituto Cervantes