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Call for proposals: 34th Annual Conference of the Association for Contemporary Iberian Studies
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Below are the suggested thematic areas for papers and panels, which must relate primarily to Spain and Portugal. The themes are not exclusive and may be interdisciplinary in nature. Politics, Government, International Relations, the EU, Nationalism, Regionalisms, Elections Economics, Business, Labour, Social and Welfare issues, Education Film, Television, Journalism, Media, Advertising, Leisure, Tourism, Sport Twentieth-Century History and more!

5/15/2012
When: 5/15/2012
Where: King’s College
London
England

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The Association for Contemporary Iberian Studies (ACIS) brings together academics from a wide range of disciplines who share an interest in contemporary developments in Spain and Portugal. It welcomes new members working in any relevant field.

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Conference

The Association holds an annual three-day conference which is noted for the variety and scope of the papers presented: they normally cover such themes as politics, economics, geography, regional identities, international relations, feminism, media analysis, television, cinema, linguistics, teaching methodologies and so on.

34th Annual Conference of the Association for Contemporary Iberian Studies
to be held in King’s College London

4th – 6th September 2012

KEYNOTE

Prof Paul Preston: ‘The Spanish Holocaust’

Prof Angel Viña: ‘La perviviencia de los mitos del franquismo en la España democrática’

CALL FOR PAPERS - due May 15, 2012

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