La desarrollará el Prof. Titular Ordinario : Dr Héctor B. Lahitte
El viernes 8 de abril de 2016, a las 8 hs. en el Auditorium del Museo de La Plata
SE RUEGA PUNTUALIDAD
Dr Héctor B. Lahitte
en el Auditorium del Museo de La Plata
el día 10 de abril de 2015
a las 8 hs.
SE RUEGA PUNTUALIDAD
I’m sure you’ve all be waiting with baited breath for the official release of this year’s annual meeting mobile application. There are quite a few search-ability enhancements you’ll all appreciate. Be sure to take advantage of the communication and scheduling options as well.
I wanted to take some time specifically to address an issue we had last year, which was availability to recently registered attendees. While we would like to provide you with instantaneous access to this amazing app, it isn’t always feasible. I won’t bore you with details, but there will be a lag between the time you’ve registered and the time you have access to the mobile app. With any luck this will be mitigated to an hour or so. If you go a day without having access to the mobile app, then you might want to contact one of the staff (who will probably direct you to…
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DEPARTMENT OF HISPANIC STUDIES
TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN UNIVERSITY
PULLING TOGETHER OR PULLING APART
IDENTITY AND NATIONHOOD • SPAIN, EUROPE,
25 – 27 June 2015
CALL FOR PAPERS
Increasing globalisation highlights the need to revisit the upsurge of Nationalism, and this three-day interdisciplinary conference will provide a forum for debate on sovereignty, nationhood, identity, and interrelated issues in Catalonia, the Basque Country, Galicia, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Belgium, France, Quebec, and elsewhere. Questions will include: why nationalism is so resilient; how notions of ‘self’ and ‘nation’ interpenetrate; economic, human rights, and social justice conflicts; whether and to what extent new definitions and approaches to nationhood and state may be needed in the context of a valid ‘European’ identity in the 21st century.
We invite papers on topics related to the main themes of the conference, to include perspectives on sovereign rights of nations • challenges of micro- and macro-nationalism…
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hay que pasar y ver 😉