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Records of 3,000 volunteers in Latin America now in our site!

The database compiled by Prof. Matthew Brown of English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh and other European Adventurers in Gran Colombia (modern day Ecuador, Colombia, Panama and Venezuela) during and after the Latin American Wars of Independence (c.1810-c.1830) is now available in…

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Successful launch of an ambitious pilot experience

Twenty-two scholars and non-academics from around the world participated in the successful launch of our online exhibition Exploring the Hispanic-Anglosphere, part of a series of events that took place at the National Trust Tyntesfield last Saturday (23rd June) to continue…

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Events on 23rd June at NT Tyntesfield

A series of events on Saturday 23rd June, including the launch of an online exhibition, have been organized at the National Trust Tyntesfield to update the public on the latest findings of our project.  ‘The Hispanic-Anglosphere: transnational networks, global communities (late 18th-20th…

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Apprenticeship in the Hispanic-Anglosphere project

Two bright, talented and young members have joined our ranks to assist in the organization of the upcoming workshop of the Hispanic-Anglosphere project in Winchester and the National Trust Tyntesfield (22-24 June). Adam Nour Nour El-Din Hafez (left in the…

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Hispanic Tyntesfield

Do not miss reading the detailed post by Susan Hayward on The Hispanic-Anglosphere at the National Trust Tyntesfield in the Resources area of our website. She is the curator of the magnificent estate established in the nineteenth century by the…

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Hispanic Jersey

It may come as a surprise to many, but the Channel island of Jersey has a veritable treasure-trove of evidence linking the British Isles with the global Hispanic world throughout centuries. In the Resources page of our website, Trude Foster…

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Notes of hope from the Hispanic-Anglosphere

Through our research, we aim to reveal the full extent of the contribution made by people in the British Isles (Irish, English, Scottish, Welsh, etc.) who in times of enormous disruption were closely engaged with the global Hispanic world, regardless…

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