The Area of Contemporary History of the University of León and the CCOO archives network through the Jesús Pereda Foundation are organising the “XI International Meeting of Research on Francoism“. The meeting will be held on 16, 17 and 18 November 2022 at the Facultad de Filosofía y Letras of the University of León.
TRACE researchers will participate in the thematic round table 9 “Culture and media: between propaganda and censorship”. Coordinators: Susana Sueiro Seoane (UNED) and Camino Gutiérrez Lanza (University of León).
University of Tours, 13-15 June 2022. Organised by the University of Granada and the University of Tours.
Following the conference held at the University of Tours on 13 October 2020 entitled “La traduction : un acte subversif ? Texte(s) et contexte(s)”, this international colloquium aims to continue investigating the question of translation and censorship, while focusing on the most recent research results related to translation, gender and (self-)censorship, whether in dictatorial contexts or in “theoretically” democratic contexts.
TRACE researchers will participate in the Coloquio.
More information: https://voix-traduction.sciencesconf.org/?forward-action=index&forward-controller=index&lang=es
The second Literatura y Franquismo conference, held at the University of Alcalá on 19, 20, 21 and 22 October 2021, consolidated this meeting place, bringing together, despite the difficulties caused by the pandemic, more participants than the first edition. On this occasion, the academic dialogue on the ways in which Francoism determined the literature produced under his yoke included a large number of speakers from the perspective of cultural and gender studies, which allowed the epistemological range of the congress to be broadened, without neglecting studies on censorship and repression, the publishing and theatrical field, and poetics and the literary canon.
Members of the TRACE team took part in the conference.
More information: https://congresoliteraturayfranquismo.weebly.com/congreso-2021.html
The first conference Literature and Francoism, held at the University of Alcalá on 19, 20, 21 and 22 November 2019, took the 80th anniversary of the beginning of Franco’s dictatorship as the most appropriate occasion to continue reflecting, within the framework of the debates on historical and cultural memory present in Spanish society, on the way in which Francoism conditioned literary production, dissemination and reception between 1939 and 1975.
Members of the TRACE team took part in the event.
More information: https://congresoliteraturayfranquismo.weebly.com/congreso-2019.html
The MUTE project (MUjer, Traducción y censura en España, GV_2016) (research group CiTrans, at the Universitat de València) organises the I International conference on translation and censorship in literature and the media
Venue: Facultat de Filologia, Traducció i Comunicació at the Universitat de València.
Dates: September 28 and 29, 2017.
Proposal submission deadline: May 31, 2017.
More information: http://proyectomute.es/
Summer Course: IV Escuela de Verano de Traducción en Astorga
University of Leon
Camino Gutiérrez Lanza. University of Leon.
Javier Gómez-Montero. University of Kiel.
Place: Astorga, León, Spain.
Dates: 25-27 July 2016.
Further info & registration
Introducción a las Humanidades Digitales: nuevas oportunidades y perspectivas para los filólogos
27 – 29 June 2016.
Organised by: Departamento de Filologías Extranjeras y sus Lingüísticas.
Cursos de Verano UNED.
CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL “CENSURA Y LITERATURA INFANTIL Y JUVENIL EN EL SIGLO XX”.
Facultad de CC.EE. y Humanidades, Cuenca (Spain)
28 – 30 September, 2016.
Organised by research group LIEL (CEPLI. Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha). The conference is part of the I+D Excellence Research Project “Censuras y LIJ en el siglo XX en los países del ámbito hispanoamericano”, funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. Lead Researcher: Pedro C. Cerrillo.
The EADH website (http://eadh.org/projects) aims to showcase projects undertaken during the last three years that contribute meaningfully to Digital Humanities in Europe.