Institut Ramon LLull

transparència
LLengua i estudis catalans

Llengua i cultura al món

Blog de llengua
10 January 2018 ,  20:35
20 November 2017 ,  09:42

Centres d'estudis avançats i recerca

Professorships and research centres are means of formalising and putting the spotlight on long-term cooperation between Catalan institutions and universities, with broad objectives in the fields of teaching, research and knowledge transfer. They also facilitate the furtherance of the study of and research on any topic related to Catalan Studies in the broadest of senses, from an innovative and interdisciplinary perspective.

Centres for Advanced Studies and Research

CENTRE D’ÉTUDES CATALANES (PARIS-SORBONNE UNIVERSITY)

Created in 1977 with a scholarly, cultural and scientific aim, the Centre d’Études Catalanes (CEC) at Paris-Sorbonne University offers its own University Diploma and regularly organises Catalan culture research and dissemination activities: exhibitions of works by Catalan artists, lecture series, poet gatherings, study days, conferences, etc.

Currently led by Dr Mònica Güell, the CEC works very closely with the Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires sur les Mondes Ibériques Contemporains (CRIMIC).

 

More information: http://www.paris-sorbonne.fr/centre-d-etudes-catalanes-3064

CENTRE FOR CATALAN STUDIES (QUEEN MARY UNIVERSITY OF LONDON)

Since the 2005/06 academic year, Queen Mary University of London has hosted the Centre for Catalan Studies with the aim of promoting and consolidating Catalan Studies in the United Kingdom and becoming a focus of innovation in research from cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives. At the same time, it serves as a centre for the dissemination of Catalan culture in the academic field. Led by Professor John London, the Centre fosters links between Catalan Studies researchers by organising seminars, lectures, conferences and publications on a variety of disciplines, and promotes the training of new researchers.

The Centre’s activities include the Writer-in-Residence initiative, which has hosted writers such as Najat El Hachmi, Gaspar Jaén and Narcís Comadira, and the Visiting Research Fellow, Academic-in-Residence, Visiting Translator and Research Fellow academic research projects, with the participation of scholars such as Ronald Puppo, Pilar Godayol, Sam Abrams, Dolors Udina, James Hawkey, Rhiannon McGlade and Mercè Picornell.

Sponsors of IRL projects

The Institut Ramon Llull

is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

Generalitat de CatalunyaGovern Illes BalearsAjuntament de Barcelona

This website uses its own and third party cookies to offer better browsing. By browsing in it the user agrees to the way we use cookies. Users can prevent cookies from being generated and erase them by using the options on their browser. Blocking cookies may mean that some of this website’s services and options do not work properly.


Cookies are small pieces of data that websites send to browsers and which are stored in users’ devices: computers, mobile telephones, tablets, and so on. Their purpose is to improve the experience of using the website, as these archives make it possible for the website to remember information about the user’s visits, such as preferred options or language. In this way the website personalizes its content and becomes more agile and useful for the user.

By browsing this website users agree to cookies being installed in their equipment that enable us to find out the following information:

Types of cookies

This website uses session, or temporary, cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies merely keep data while the user is visiting the website. Persistent cookies store the data on the device’s hard drive so that it will be accessible in more than one session.

Depending on the type of data obtained the website can use technical cookies.

These allow users to browse the webpage and use the different options or services it contains. For example, controlling data traffic and communication, identifying the session, entering restricted access areas, requesting enrolment or participation in an event, using security features while browsing and storing content.

Personalization cookies.

These allow users to access the website with some general characteristics that are either already predefined in their hard drive or defined by the user. For example, the language, the type of browser used to access the website, the chosen content design, the geo-location of the device or the regional configuration from where access takes place.

Statistical analysis cookies

These make it possible to monitor and analyse the behaviour of visitors to the website. The information gathered is used to measure a website’s activity and to produce users’ browsing history, making it possible to improve the service.

Third party cookies

Third party cookies that manage and improve the services offered can also be installed. For example, statistics services like Google Analytics.

Managing the cookies in my browser

Users can allow, block or erase the cookies installed in their device by configuring the browsing options.

If the use of cookies in the browser is blocked, some services or functions of the webpage may not be available