Institut Ramon Llull
Visual Arts //  Venice,  27/04/2017
Catalonia in Venice 2017_La Venezia che non si vede
Literature //  24/04/2017
The Bologna Book Fair exponentially increases international agents’ interest in children’s and young adult literature in Catalan
Archit. & design //  Buenos Aires,  28/03/2017
Barcelona will be the guest city at the 2017 Buenos Aires Architecture Biennial
Archit. & design //  Barcelona,  18/01/2017
The Palau Baró de Quadras opens its doors every Saturday and offers dramatized guided tours
Music //  NEW YORK,  19/06/2017
Newly created electroacoustic music from Catalonia and the Balearic Islands reaches the New York venues
Foreign Offices
Language.  Cambridge,  24/03/2017

Multilingual (Con)figurations: Catalan and Ukrainian in Dialogue at the University of Cambridge

Offering a rare opportunity for collaboration between Hispanic and Slavonic studies, while also directing broader debates, this interdisciplinary workshop seeks to gain a deeper understanding of the implications of multilingualism for minority languages and their related cultural identities. 


Friday 24 March 2017
King’s College, University of Cambridge


Dr Uilleam Blacker (University College London) Lecturer, Comparative Russian and East European Culture
Dr Helena Buffery (University College Cork)
Senior Lecturer and Head of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
Dr Jordi Cornellà Detrell (University of Glasgow)
Lecturer, Hispanic Studies
Professor Antonio Monegal Brancos (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Professor, UPF Cultural Institute
Professor Michael Moser (University of Vienna) President, International Association of Ukrainianists
Dr Tanya Zaharchenko (University of Oslo) Post-Doctoral Research Fellow
This event is free but please confirm your attendance by email to:

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'This multi-disciplinary, multi-institution Open World Research Initiative project explores how the insights gained from stepping outside a single language, culture and mode of thought are vital to individuals and societies. Across six interlocking strands we consider multilingualism from a number of angles: literary and cultural studies, the history of ideas, sociolinguistics, applied linguistics, education and cognitive sciences. We also have a number of non-HE partners ranging from major charities to grassroots bodies and more information about these and other aspects of the overall research aims can be found at'

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