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A historical perspective on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Living as we are under the shadow of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), a finding in the archives that challenges assumptions about the exact place of birth of William Gibbs, founder of the National Trust Tyntesfield and leading figure in the Hispanic-Anglosphere…

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The British Isles – hub of radicalism

We are back with three intriguing and thought-provoking profiles of key Individuals in the Hispanic-Anglosphere.  The articles penned by our colleague Arturo Zoffmann-Rodriguez offer valuable insights into a world marked by intense radicalism, political exile, cultural experimentation and solidarity networks…

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National flower of Chile found at Tyntesfield

Don’t miss the latest addition to our online exhibition  all about one of the first  – if not the first – artistic depictions of the national flower of Chile, the copihue, discovered by one of our colleagues in the walls…

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Dissidents’ dead end: help to uncover the story

Check the latest addition to the series of ‘Key Locations’ of our online exhibition where Prof. Manuel Llorca-Jaña traces the troubled origins of the ‘Dissidents Cemetery’ in Valparaiso, Chile. While so doing, he identified a number of individuals of Scottish,…

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‘Transition’ – Full videos, podcast and reports now available

Just click HERE to get the full podcast and videos accompanied by brief guiding reports prepared by our publicity officer Charles Ball of the public conversation entitled ‘Transition: tips and ideas from the Hispanic-Anglosphere (late 18th – early 20th centuries’…

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Translations in the Hispanic-Anglosphere – this Friday @ the University of Manchester

The Principal Investigator of our international research network, Dr Graciela Iglesias-Rogers has been invited to give a keynote speech at Rethinking (Self)Translation in (Trans)national Contexts, a one-day conference at the University of Manchester this coming Friday.  The meeting aims to…

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‘From Madrid to Tyntesfield: A story of love, loss and legacy’

You can discover as from today in situ the Hispanic history of Tyntesfield, the spectacular National Trust property near Bristol through the exhibition ‘From Madrid to Tyntesfield: A story of love, loss and legacy“ that tells the story of William…

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‘Transition’ – listen here to the podcast

Just click below if you missed or want to listen again the public conversation we held last Saturday on ‘Transition: tips and ideas from the Hispanic-Anglosphere (late 18th – early 20th centuries’ at the Wessex Center, a contemporary venue nestled…

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How to find us tomorrow 3 pm at the Winchester Cathedral’s Wessex Center

Come and join us in this open and free public conversation at the Winchester Cathedral’s Wessex Centre, access is via Dome Alley walking from the Cathedral’s inner courtyard – click HERE for a detailed map. Saturday 11 May 2019, 3-5…

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Welcome to Charles Ball – your host for this Saturday’s event

Say hello to our publicity officer for this Saturday’s public event at the Winchester Cathedral’s Wessex Center on ‘Transition: tips and ideas from the Hispanic-Anglosphere’ (3-5 pm). Charles was selected among dozens of candidates to the Winchester Research Apprenticeship Programme (WRAP)….

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Transition: a few tips and ideas… Saturday 11th May, 3pm, Winchester Cathedral’s Wessex Center

Come and join us in this open and free event: A public conversation at the Winchester Cathedral’s Wessex Centre, Saturday 11 May 2019, 3-5 pm TRANSITION A few tips and ideas from the Hispanic–Anglosphere (late 18th-early 20th centuries) Everyday the…

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Key location under threat in Callao (Peru)

A new panel in our online exhibition calls attention to the sad fate of the home and office of the ‘honest’, yet ‘ostentatious’ Irish merchant Thomas Conroy (c.1806–1885). Still standing in the heart of Callao (Lima, Peru), this key location…

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