If you missed the talk “The Birth of Primary Schooling in Chile: the role of the Hispanic-Anglosphere” by Dr Andrés Baeza Ruz (Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, Chile) last 2nd March, here is the full video. This event was organized by the…
Category: Hispanic-Anglosphere, Uncategorized
Tags: 19th century, Andres Baeza, Anglosphere, British Isles, Chilean History, education, English History, entanglement history, global history, Hispanic, Hispanic history, Hispanic-Anglosphere, History, Irish History, Modern History Research Centre (MHRC), philanthropy, Primary schooling, religion, Research, transnational history, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, University of Winchester
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)….
Tags: 18th century, 19th century, 20th century, AHRC, Andres Baeza, Anglo, Anglosphere, Argentina, Brexit, British Isles, Charles Ball, Chile, colonies, English History, European History, Gibbs family, Graciela Iglesias-Rogers, Hispanic, Historiography, History, independence movements, Irish History, Latin American History, llamas, Military History, Natalia Sobrevilla, National Trust, Peru, Prof Eduardo Posada-Carbó, Research, Scottish History, Spanish American History, Spanish colonies, Spanish History, Strategy, Times of Disruption, transitions, Tyntesfield, University of Winchester, Volunteering, William Gibbs