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Canadian Hispanists Tribune at the Cervantes Institute in Madrid
Prestigious professors from Canada will debate the situation of Spanish and Hispanist Studies in this country, and state their desires and challenges.
Jul 18, 2022
The Electronic Biographical Dictionary (DB~e)
Dr. Jaime Olmedo, Technical Director of the Royal Academy of History, presents this digital resource created to access the largest database of content about historical figures from Spain and other territories that once formed part of the Spanish Administration.
Jun 8, 2022
Conservation of cultural heritage: archeology and ancient monuments
Pilar Fatás, director of Altamira National Museum and Research Center in Cantabria (Spain), participates in the first event of EUNIC Montreal: a conference part of the “Year of European Heritage.”
Nov 26, 2018
Galeón Andalucía in Quebec City
El Galeón Andalucía (Spanish Tallship) comes to Quebec City.
Sep 22 – Sep 25, 2016
El Galeón Andalucía (Spanish Tallship) will be present in the 2016 Brockville Tallships Edition.
Sep 16 – Sep 18, 2016
2016 Toronto Redpath Waterfront Festival
Tallships return to Waterfront and this year Spain will be represented with El Galeón Andalucía.
Jul 1 – Jul 3, 2016
500th anniversary of the birth of Santa Teresa of Jesus
A historical-musicological Teresian conference with a capella songs featuring Sonnia Rivas-Caballero and Belén Yuste.
Dec 1, 2015
Annual Congress of the Canadian Association of Hispanists
This year the ACH celebrates in Ottawa its annual conference as part of the Congress 2015 of Humanities and Social Science.
Jun 2 – Jun 5, 2015
Filmmaker Guillermo G. Peydró at 'A Switched-on TV' conference
Peydró’s lecture is entitled Un écrivain-cinéaste dans la télévision de Franco : les films sur l’art de Jesús Fernández Santos.
Mar 28, 2015
Forever Young? Don Quixote at 400 Years
A presentation by Dr. Edward H. Friedman, Director, Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities, and Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of Spanish.
Jan 22, 2015