Join us at Instituto Cervantes Manchester on Tuesday 13th November to learn more about the fascinating work taking place in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Manchester. Academics will deliver a series of short talks, in Spanish, followed by a reception where guests will have the opportunity to informally discuss the themes raised.

This is the second session in the ‘invEStigadores’ series. The programme is co-hosted by Instituto Cervantes Manchester and the University of Manchester, and brings together university researchers and members of the public to explore research in Spanish.

The event will take place at 6:30pm-8pm, at Instituto Cervantes Manchester, 326/330 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 4FN. The speakers are:

 

Dr Ignacio Aguiló, Lecturer in Latin American Cultural Studies (School of Arts, Languages and Cultures), “Neoliberalismo, crisis y razaen Argentina”

Dr Deborah Madden, Lecturer in Hispanic Studies (School of Arts, Languages and Cultures), “¿Un socialismo feminista? La literatura politizada de Matilde de la Torre (1884-1946), escritora, diputada, revolucionaria”

Dr Javier García Oliva, Senior Lecturer in Law (School of Law): “Tiempos revueltos para las Constituciones britanica y espanola: Breves reflexiones”

Dr Francisco A. Eissa-Barroso, Lecturer in Latin American History (School of Arts, Languages and Cultures): “Vivir la Monarquía Hispana: trayectorias de vida y redes familiares transoceánicas en la articulación y reforma del imperio español de la edad moderna”

David Buil-Gil, doctoral researcher in Criminology (School of Law): “¿El tamaño importa? Mapas del crimen y la necesidad de los enfoques micro geográficos en criminología”

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