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 ACIS newsletter october 2017

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IStReS

IStReS aims at offering different tools of reference to scholars working in the field of Iberian Studies:

  • A database that collects and systematizes a comprehensive, relational bibliography of publications produced in the last two decades in multiple languages —including every Iberian language— that deal with the polycentric relationships between the different cultures and literatures of the Peninsula throughout history;
  • A Who is who section, destined to highlight the most relevant scholars and their contribution to the field;
  • A News section that provides updated information related to the field of Iberian Studies such as conferences, symposia, calls for papers, recent publications, etc.

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New Executive Members

We are pleased to announce that the following new members of the Executive were confirmed at the Annual General Meeting in September 2017:

IJIS Editors: Esther Gimero Ugalde (Boston College) and Santiago Pérez Isasi (University of Lisbon)

Continuing Executive members 

Chair of Executive: Mark Gant (University of Chester)

Secretary: Rikki Morgan-Tamosunas (University of Westminster)

Treasurer: Maria Gómez Bedoya (University of East Anglia)

Electronics Communications Officer: Susana Rocha Relvas (Universidade Católica Portuguesa)

Membership Secretary: Carlos de Pablos Ortega (University of East Anglia)

PG Representatives: Paco Ruzzante (University of Cambridge) and Anneliese Hatton (University of Nottingham)

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 2016 Conference Proceedings Iberian Interconnections”. Porto: Universidade Católica.

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New Lusophone Studies representative for UCML (University Council of Modern Languages).

Hilary Owen is very pleased to inform the members that she has now been elected as the Lusophone Studies representative for UCML (University Council of Modern Languages). Further information is available at: http://www.ucml.ac.uk/ This responsibility was previously part of the combined Hispanic and Lusophone Studies brief, but separate representation of Lusophone Studies was agreed at the UCML AGM in July this year.

Members are very welcome to contact her on hilary.owen@manchester.ac.uk regarding any issues relating to Lusophone Studies in UK Higher Education, that they feel should be brought to the attention of UCML.

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