The Editorial Academia del Hispanismo has recently published the book Rhetoric and Ideology in the classrooms of Humanism: the progymnasmata, edited by Trinidad Arcos Pereira and in which researchers from the Division of Rhetoric, Humanism and Classical Tradition of the IATEXT Trinidad Arcos Pereira participate. Gregorio Rodríguez Herrera, María Elena Curbelo Tavío, Jesús Alexis Moreno García, María Dolores García de Paso Carrasco and María Elisa Cuyás de Torres, together with María Violeta Pérez Custodio, professor at the University of Cádiz, and Bartosz Awianowicz, professor at the Nicolaus University Copernicus from Torun (Poland) and Joaquim Pinheiro and Cristina Santos Pinheiro, professors at the University of Madeira.
The University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria participates in the book Building the future city. Urban movements in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (1968-1987) , by Silex publishing house, with publications by professors Miguel Suárez Bosa, Josefina Domínguez Mujica, Juan Manuel Parreño Castellano, Claudio Moreno Medina, Daniel Castillo Hidalgo, Pilar Domínguez Prats and the doctoral students of the Territory and Society doctoral program. Historical evolution of a tricontinental space (Africa, America and Europe): Juan Manuel Brito Díaz, Pablo Socorro Arencibia and Gheorghe Pop Gil.
The Text Edition and Textual Analysis division of the University Institute of Textual Applications and Analysis, opens its project LA CANARIA NEGRA, a new literary specimen with the realization of the First seminar of the same title, through which wishes to study one of the most interesting literary phenomena of written literature in the Canary Islands: The Black Novel emerged at the beginning of the 21st century with a large group of novelists who venture into various modalities of the subgenre, and who have flooded our Islands with the most diverse detectives fur.
In the first weekly, the writer and journalist Concha de Ganzo will tell us about her novel "The crime of the Cruz sisters", published by Ediciones Remotas.
Held in classroom 4 of the Humanities Building, aimed in a special way at the students of the University Master's Degree in Teaching Spanish and its culture.
The Division of Text Editing and Textual Analysis, belonging to the University Institute of Analysis and Textual Applications, carried out, in collaboration with the Antonio Lozano Cultural Chair on Criminal Genre , the 1st Antonio Lozano Conference, on the 29th and November 30, 2022, between 4:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., in the Humanities Degree Classroom (Annex Building, Obelisco campus, Pérez del Toro, 1).
Those who wish to attend can register, free of charge, at the following link: https://sede.fg.ull.es/es/curso/detalle/a21020275/i-jornadas-antonio-lozano