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Recent Discussions

Saint Teresa in the Twentieth Century. The Intelligentsia: Modernism, Philosophy and Feminism / Santa Teresa en el siglo XX. La intelligentsia: modernismo, filosofía y feminismo

Dr. Cyprian Blamires will offer an online lecture course entitled “The Global Cultural Impact of an Extraordinary Saint: Saint Teresa of Avila from the Spanish Golden Age to the World of the Twenty-First Century”

Saint Teresa in the Twentieth Century: Literature and Martyrdom in Spain and France / Santa Teresa en el siglo XX: La literatura y el martirio en España y Francia

Dr. Cyprian Blamires will offer an online lecture course entitled “The Global Cultural Impact of an Extraordinary Saint: Saint Teresa of Avila from the Spanish Golden Age to the World of the Twenty-First Century”

The First Two Centuries: Saint Teresa in Europe, 1582-1794 / Los primeros dos siglos: santa Teresa en Europa de 1582 a 1794

Dr. Cyprian Blamires will offer an online lecture course entitled “El impacto cultural global de una santa extraordinaria: santa Teresa de Ávila del Siglo de Oro español al mundo del siglo XXI”.

Saint Teresa in the Long Nineteenth Century (until 1920) / Santa Teresa en el siglo XIX largo (hasta 1920)

Dr. Cyprian Blamires will offer an online lecture course entitled “El impacto cultural global de una santa extraordinaria: santa Teresa de Ávila del Siglo de Oro español al mundo del siglo XXI”.

New open access journal: History of Media Studies

We are very pleased to announce the launch of a new international journal, History of Media Studies, and the publication of 16 short, programmatic essays written by the editors and members of the editorial boardHistory of Media Studies (HMS) is an open access, refereed academic journal dedicated to scholarship on the history of research, education, and reflective knowledge about media and communication broadly conceived—as expressed

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