June 2021: Professor Iraide Ibarratxe-Antuñano (Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain): 'Metaphors Spanish Speakers Live By'.
May 2021: Dr Dana Brablecova (Bangor University): 'Appropriation and resignification of urban space by Mapuche associations in Santiago de Chile'.
May 2021: Professor Ben Bollig (St Catherine's College, University of Oxford): 'Landscape and Poetry in Gerardo ‘Papu’ Curotto and Andi Nachon’s Esteros'.
May 2021: Dr Laura Filardo-Llamas (Universidad de Valladolid, Spain): 'Yo por ellas madre, y ellas por mí. El conflicto de género y sus re-contextualizaciones en las marchas feministas de 2018 y 2019. Un estudio de caso'.
April 2021: Dr Miguel Ángel Bernal-Merino (University of Roehampton): 'Game Localisation: New TS challenges and New Jobs'.
January 2021: CEPSAM hosted a two day conference organised by current PGR students, 'Current Trends in Research on Spain, Portugal and Latin America'.
May 2019: CEPSAM contributed to the Swansea University College of Arts and Humanities Conference, 'Research Across Boundaries’ (4 panels; 15 papers). To widen participation we included speakers from the Swansea Council.
May 2019: Professor Stephen Hart (Roy Knight Memorial Lecture): '”Re-greening” the Americas’ First Saint: Santa Rosa de Lima (1586-1617)’.
June 2019: Professor Terry Gifford (Bath Spa University and the Universidad de Alicante, Spain): 'Green Hispanisms: Some Insights and Opportunities’.
November 2019: Laura López (Swansea): 'The Role of Landscape in Selected Works by Edwige Danticat (Haiti, 1969 -)’.
November 2019: Ruth Horry and Jennifer Rudd (Swansea): 'Using Digital Fiction to Engage Secondary School Pupils with Climate Change Education’.
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