Ainamar Clariana and Pablo Suárez-Mansilla have joined our team at the beginning of this month. As doctoral students, they will be involved in the project “Social Networks of the Past”.
Diana Roig-Sanz and Laura Fólica organise a panel on ‘Big Translation History: The Use of Data Mining and Big Data Approaches’ at the 9th Congress of the European Society for Translation Studies. The Congress takes pace in Stellenbosch, South Africa, from 9th to 13th September 2019. See more about our old activities here (previous GlobaLS’… Continue reading 9th Congress of the European Society for Translation Studies
We are inviting applications for one fully funded PhD position as part of the project ERC StG project Social Networks of the Past. The project studies key cultural transformation processes distinctive of modern societies. The position will focus on the role of Iberoamerican women in the cultural field. The project will explore how women contributed… Continue reading Call for applications: 4-year fully funded doctoral fellowship
Diana Roig-Sanz will attend the First ERC Iberian Summit, which will take place in Braga, Portugal, on 8-9 April 2019.
Diana Roig-Sanz and Jaume Subirana will publish in the Routledge Cultural History Series the book Cultural Organisations, Networks and Mediators in Contemporary Ibero-America, that analyses the role of Ibero-American mediators in international cultural networks such as the International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation (the forerunner to UNESCO) or the PEN International, the non-governmental worldwide association of… Continue reading New book by Diana-Roig Sanz and Jaume Subirana
Aina Vidal-Pérez won a PhD Fellowship (FI 2019) from the Government of Catalonia co-funded by the European Social Fund that awards outstanding graduate students who wish to pursue ambitious and innovative PhD projects.
Narrative Reliability, Racial Conflicts and Ideology in the Modern Novel, edited by Marta Puxan Oliva will be published in the coming months by Routledge.
The Iberian Association for Translation and Interpreting Studies (AIETI) has awarded Laura Fólica with the “Best Thesis of the Biennium” research award for her PhD thesis “Rescrituras de la espiral. Producción y recepción de Ubu roi de Alfred Jarry en Francia y su traducción y recepción en Argentina y España (1896-2016)“. Laura Fólica will give… Continue reading Laura Fólica wins AIETI’s “Best Thesis of the Biennium” research award
Diana Roig Sanz took part in the 1st Meeting of the Leonardo Fellowship Network, an initiative of the BBVA Foundation which supports Researchers and Cultural Creators.
UOC researcher Diana Roig-Sanz has been awarded a grant amounting to 1.5 million euros by the European Research Council (ERC) to carry out the project “MapModern – Social Networks of the Past”. The project will show that the Ibero-American region played as much of a key role in the construction of modernity as did the… Continue reading Interview with Diana Roig-Sanz on her ERC Project “Social Networks of the Past”