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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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‘Quinta Waddington’ in Exploring the Hispanic-Anglosphere

A panel dedicated to the ‘Quinta Waddington‘ in our current online exhibition inaugurates a new series of entries aimed at highlighting ‘Key Locations’ in the Hispanic-Anglosphere during the late eighteenth to the early twentieth centuries. Located in Valparaiso, Chile, this…

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Start the New Year with the online exhibition “Exploring the Hispanic-Anglosphere”

It’s time to relax and discover through text, images and sound a small sample of the contribution made by people in the British Isles closely engaged with the global Hispanic world, regardless of their birth, religion or political allegiance, as…

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Great first airing at the IHR!

Positive, insightful and very helpful comments were gathered during the first airing at the Institute of Historical Research in London of one of the working papers already emanating from our project: “Spanish ‘colonies’: a term forged in the Hispanic-Anglosphere” by…

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Spreading the word – Events

With ‘Scroll-Free September’ over, we are back spreading the word!  Here are details of a few talks and events that could be of interest to you in the coming weeks: Tuesday 16th October (17:30-19:30) (Institute of Historical Research, Latin American…

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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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