Jimena del Solar Escardó, new research assistant at GlobaLS

Jimena del Solar Escardó has joined GlobaLS as a research assistant of the ERC project “StG Social Networks of the Past. Mapping Hispanic and Lusophone Literary Modernity, 1898-1959”. Jimena is a linguist and visual artist. She began her art studies at the Universidad Católica del Peru and completed them at the Universitat de Barcelona, ​​with… Continue reading Jimena del Solar Escardó, new research assistant at GlobaLS

Raluca Tanasescu, new researcher at GlobaLS

Raluca Tanasescu has joined our group with a Postdoctoral Fellowship, co-hosted by GlobaLS and CoSIN3. Raluca Tanasescu received a PhD in Translation Studies from the University of Ottawa’s School of Translation and Interpretation. Her doctoral work was supported by the very prestigious Ontario Trillium Award and the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship between 2013 and 2018.… Continue reading Raluca Tanasescu, new researcher at GlobaLS

Ana Teresa Rodríguez de Riera joins GlobaLS

Ana Teresa Rodríguez de Riera has recently joined GlobaLS as a predoctoral researcher. Ana Teresa is gaduated in Literature from the Universidad Católica Andrés Bello (UCAB), Caracas, Venezuela, she worked for 17 years as an associate professor at the Schools of Literature, Education and Philosophy in the subjects of Literary Research Methodology, Creative Writing, Edition… Continue reading Ana Teresa Rodríguez de Riera joins GlobaLS

Clara Ballart joins GlobaLS and the project “Global Novel”

Clara Ballart has recently joined GlobaLS and the project Global Novel as a predoctoral researcher. Clara Ballart has a degree in English Philology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2018), an MPhil from the University of Cambridge in Postcolonial Studies of South Asia (2019) and an MA in Social Policy and Community Action from the… Continue reading Clara Ballart joins GlobaLS and the project “Global Novel”

Interview with Diana Roig-Sanz and Ainamar Clariana, from GlobaLS, in UOC News: “We’re rethinking the history of film”

UOC News has published the interview with Diana Roig-Sanz and Ainamar Clariana, coordinator and pre-doctoral researcher, respectively, at the IN3-UOC Global Literary Studies Research Lab (GlobaLS). In the interview, Roig-Sanz and Clariana talk about the international conference that they have co-organized: “Rethinking Film History through Global and Digital Approaches (Early 1920s – Early 1970s)“, held… Continue reading Interview with Diana Roig-Sanz and Ainamar Clariana, from GlobaLS, in UOC News: “We’re rethinking the history of film”

GlobaLS coordinates a preconference workshop and several panels at the 10th EST Congress: Advancing Translation Studies (Oslo, Norway)

Diana Roig-Sanz, coordinator of the Global Literary Studies Research Lab (GlobaLS), Laura Fólica, postdoctoral researcher (GlobaLS), Maud Gonne, postdoctoral researcher (GlobaLS), Elisabet Carbó, predoctoral researcher (GlobaLS), and Lucía Campanella, former Visiting researcher and current GlobaLS collaborator, will coordinate a preconference workshop and three panels at the European Society of Translation Studies (EST) Congress, organized by… Continue reading GlobaLS coordinates a preconference workshop and several panels at the 10th EST Congress: Advancing Translation Studies (Oslo, Norway)

Presentation by Ainamar Clariana and Alessio Cardillo at the ‘Women and the Silent Screen XI’ Congress, Columbia University (New York)

On June 2, Ainamar Clariana, member of the Global Literary Studies Research Laboratory (GlobaLS), will give a talk at the Women and the Silent Screen XI: Women, Cinema, and World Migration Congress, that will be held in Columbia University (New York) from June 1 to 5. The presentation is titled Transnational Networks of Iberoamerican Women… Continue reading Presentation by Ainamar Clariana and Alessio Cardillo at the ‘Women and the Silent Screen XI’ Congress, Columbia University (New York)

Aurea Mota (GlobaLS), visiting professor at Alberto Hurtado University (Chile)

Aurea Mota, sociologist and researcher at the Global Literary Studies Research Laboratory (GlobaLS), has been invited as a visiting professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Alberto Hurtado University (Santiago, Chile). From May 13 to 19 she will participate online and from the May 20 she will continue her stay in person until… Continue reading Aurea Mota (GlobaLS), visiting professor at Alberto Hurtado University (Chile)

Diana Roig-Sanz on TRAFO: “Towards a Truly Global Digital Humanities”

The article “Towards a Truly Global Digital Humanities”, written by GlobaLS’ coordinator, Diana Roig-Sanz, has been recently published in the Blog for Transregional Research (TRAFO). In this text, Diana reflects on how the digital humanities should not only include more linguistic and geographical diversity in conferences and publications, but that this should be central to… Continue reading Diana Roig-Sanz on TRAFO: “Towards a Truly Global Digital Humanities”

Neus Rotger (GlobaLS) farà una estada de dos dies a la University of Oslo

Els dies 25 i 26 d’abril, Neus Rotger, investigadora del Laboratori de Recerca en Estudis Literaris Globals (GlobaLS), visitarà la University of Oslo (Noruega) amb un ajut Erasmus+. Durant aquesta estada, Neus Rotger, juntament amb Marta Puxan (Universitat de les Illes Balears), impartiran el seminari “The Global Novel as a Problem”, organitzat en el marc… Continue reading Neus Rotger (GlobaLS) farà una estada de dos dies a la University of Oslo