Study Day on the History of the Czech Republic

Thursday, 21 April, 2022

April 28 the Study Day on the History of the Czech Republic will take place in the Multipurpose Room of the University Institute of Textual Analysis and Applications.

The conference will be given by PhDr. Hana Maresova and Mgr. Pavel Krákora, Ph.D.:

10.00-11.15 Excursion to the History of Czech Enclaves in the World Prof. Hana Maresova (University of Olomouc, Czech Republic)

11.15-12.30 The First Czechoslovak Republic 1918-1938: Society, Politics and Education Prof. Pavel Krakora (University of Olomouc, Czech Republic)

IV Congreso Internacional de la Asociación Internacional de Teatro Siglo 21

Wednesday, 20 April, 2022

The University Institute of Textual Analysis and Applications (IATEXT), with Doctor Carmen Márquez, participates in the IV International Congress of the AITS21 that will bring together  specialized theater researchers of the 21st century, professionals of the Performing Arts, playwrights, directors, actors and theater directors on October 12, 13 and 14 in Université de Pau et des Pays de l´Adour. 

II Seminario Internacional ´Territorios Ibéricos e Identidades Atlánticas´: Imágenes, representaciones e interpretaciones de las comunidades atlánticas, desde la Antigüedad a la actualidad.

Monday, 18 April, 2022

On 25 and 26 April the II International Seminar ´Iberian Territories and Atlantic Identities´ will take place: Images, representations and interpretations of the Atlantic communities, since Antiquity to the present in the Casa de Colón.

 The International Congress emerged in 2019 with the aim of studying, from different perspectives, the historical relations of the Atlantic world. In this second edition, the imaginaries, borders and identities that have been built on this space will be especially addressed. Likewise, this seminar has as one of its main objectives to make visible the research on the Lusophone area in the circum-Atlantic spaces with the purpose of debating about the formation of Iberian societies in the Atlantic.

"When Nebrija traveled to America without getting on a ship" by María Teresa Cáceres in The Conversation

Wednesday, 30 March, 2022

María Teresa Cáceres Lorenzo, Professor at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and member of the IATEXT  has recently published in The Conversation: “When Nebrija traveled to America without getting on a ship.”

Elio Antonio de Nebrija was a Sevillian researcher and teacher who believed that language could be explained more clearly, as long as the students' linguistic context was taken into account. Among his works, "Introductiones latinae" stands out, a work that he updated in different editions to improve the real learning of Latin that could be explained in a clearer way than merely rote. This purpose of ordering the language made him publish more manuals in which he sought to elevate vulgar romance to the category of cultured language.