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Call for Submissions to Organize Ibero American Film Festival

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

If you are interested in Ibero American Cinema, look no further! Apply with Spanish Film Club Grant by APRIL 1, 2015, to bring a film festival to your campus. Grants cover between 30% and 50% of the costs. And you will get programming advice, as well as the possibility of scheduling a Q&A with a filmmaker. It couldn’t be easier: simply fill out the online application form at http://pragda.com/spanishfilmclub/application!

Programa Hablemos de Historia, con Antonio Cazorla

Estimados/as colegas,

Este próximo jueves 26 de febrero a las 15 horas GTM tendrá lugar la emisión del programa Hablemos de Historia en el que conversaremos con Antonio Cazorla de la Trent University (Canadá) sobre su libro "Cartas a Franco de los españoles de a pie (1936-1945)" publicado por RBA Editores.

Bulletin of Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies - New Issue Published

Issue 39 vol. 1 (2014) of the Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies (BSPHS) has just been published. BSPHS is an open access online peer-reviewed journal and the official journal of the Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies. Please find the new issue here: digitalcommons.asphs.net/bsphs/

David A. Messenger

General Editor, BSPHS

University of Wyoming 

 

Programa Hablemos de Historia, con Pamela B. Radcliff

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Este próximo jueves 12 de febrero a las 15 horas GTM tendrá lugar la emisión del programa Hablemos de Historia en el que conversaremos con Pamela B. Radcliff de la University of California-San Diego sobre su libro "Making Democratic Citizens in Spain. Civil Society and the Popular Origins of the Transition (1960-78)".

El Foro de Debate Hablemos de Historia es una iniciativa del Grupo de
Investigación Desarrollo Social y Paz integrado en parte en el Departamento
de Historia, Geografía y Arte y en el Instituto Interuniversitario de

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