Guest Blog: Nic Miller’s ‘Adjustment Disorder’

My Adjustment Disorder – a move from Mexico to England It only takes the scrape of a wheel against a cement curb  or the sight and smell of roadworks, dust and tar and eviscerated road sounds coming from underneath my car to send me back. Or the swirl of a bright skirt in a gust […]

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Guest Blog: Cara Levey on Gendering Reverberations

Gendering Reverberations: Reflections on the Women in Spanish and Portuguese Studies Conference, University College Cork, 7-8th November 2014 During an unseasonably sunny hiatus in the usual November rain, University College Cork hosted the fifteenth annual meeting of WISPS (Women in Spanish and Portuguese Studies). This vibrant research community brings together emerging and established female researchers […]

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Día de los Muertos

Festivals, fiestas y celebraciones with a distinctly Latina/o feel are becoming more and more obvious in the United States as a large part of the population celebrate their heritage. One such fiesta has been happening this weekend – Día de los Muertos. Taking place over the weekend of 1st/2nd November, the Day of the Dead is […]

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