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The Spanish South
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  • New Orleans

The Spanish South

The 2022 edition of the New Orleans Antiques Forum focuses on the Spanish era in the southern region of the United States.

Aug 4 – Aug 7, 2022

Illustrating Spain in the US: the exhibition
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  • Washington, D.C.

Illustrating Spain in the US: the exhibition

“Illustrating Spain in the US” takes on a new shape, transcending the comic pages into an exhibition now available at the Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain.

Nov 19 – Mar 6, 2022

Spain 1000-1200: Art at the Frontiers of Faith
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  • New York

Spain 1000-1200: Art at the Frontiers of Faith

For the first time the Fuentidueña Chapel gallery, which typically focuses on the Christian tradition, presents a group of works that testify to the diversity of Spanish medieval art.

Aug 30 – Jan 30, 2022

Life and Death on the Camino de Santiago: Modern Science amid the Remains of Medieval Pilgrims
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  • Washington, D.C.

Life and Death on the Camino de Santiago: Modern Science amid the Remains of Medieval Pilgrims Canceled

La Caixa PhD Fellow Patxi Pérez Ramallo presents his interdisciplinary research project on the Camino de Santiago, followed by a Q&A with William & Mary Professor George D. Greenia.

Mar 30, 2020

Shedding new light on Hispanic Heritage with Carrie Gibson
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  • Washington, D.C.

Shedding new light on Hispanic Heritage with Carrie Gibson

Carrie Gibson presents her latest historical essay, “El Norte: The Epic and Forgotten Story of Hispanic North America,” in conversation with Anthea Hartig.

Jan 28, 2020

Shedding new light on Hispanic Heritage with Robert Goodwin
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  • Washington, D.C.

Shedding new light on Hispanic Heritage with Robert Goodwin

Robert Goodwin presents his latest historical essay “América, The Epic Story of Spanish North America,” in conversation with Richard L. Kagan.

Jan 22, 2020

Nao Santa María's replica sails up to The Wharf
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  • Washington, D.C.

Nao Santa María's replica sails up to The Wharf

The columbine vessel’s reproduction makes a halt in Washington, D.C. during its North American East Coast tour.

Nov 7 – Nov 17, 2019

I Alone: Bernardo Gálvez's American Revolution by Eduardo Garrigues
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  • San Antonio

I Alone: Bernardo Gálvez's American Revolution by Eduardo Garrigues

Spanish Ambassador Eduardo Garrigues presents the English translation of his book, in a conversation with Felipe Fernández-Armesto.

Nov 1, 2019

The Global Economic Impact of the Magellan-Elcano Voyage
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  • Washington, D.C.

The Global Economic Impact of the Magellan-Elcano Voyage

On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the first circumnavigation, Larrie Ferreiro, Ph.D and Adjunct Professor at George Mason University, talks about the global economic impact of the Magellan-Elcano Voyage.

Oct 29, 2019

Keeping Spain's Exiles Alive in our Hearts
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  • Washington, D.C.

Keeping Spain's Exiles Alive in our Hearts

The University of Maryland in collaboration with the Embassy of Spain in Washington present a two-day symposium to commemorate the 80 Anniversary of the Republican Exile.

Oct 23 – Oct 24, 2019

Mapping Memory: Space and History in 16th-Century Mexico
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  • Austin

Mapping Memory: Space and History in 16th-Century Mexico

This new exhibition features a selection of maps crafted by local artists as a commission of the King of Spain to deepen his understanding of his territories in the so-called New World.

Jun 19 – Aug 25, 2019

Visas for Freedom
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  • New York

Visas for Freedom

This exhibition pays homage to the Spanish diplomats who did their utmost to save Jewish lives during the Holocaust.

Jun 5 – Jun 30, 2019

¡Resiliencia! The Experience of Jewish Communities in Spain and the Americas
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  • Albuquerque

¡Resiliencia! The Experience of Jewish Communities in Spain and the Americas

This festival features a week of films, music, food, exhibits, and lectures highlighting the extraordinary journey of the Jewish people to Spanish-speaking countries.

May 16 – May 23, 2019

500th Anniversary of the First Circumnavigation: A Milestone that Connected the World
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  • Washington, D.C.

500th Anniversary of the First Circumnavigation: A Milestone that Connected the World

On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the first circumnavigation, a panel of historians discuss the historical relevance of this milestone and how it transformed the world.

Apr 29, 2019

From Plaza Mayor to Washington Square: Spanish Republican Exiles at NYU
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  • New York

From Plaza Mayor to Washington Square: Spanish Republican Exiles at NYU

In these round table discussions, María Dueñas (visiting author) James D. Fernández (NYU, FAS), Juan José Herrera de la Muela (Consulate General of Spain in New York), Alexander Nagel (NYU, IFA), Edward Sullivan (NYU, IFA) and Marisol Tellería discuss the legacy of Spanish Republican exiles in the U.S.

Apr 2, 2019

Women, Violence and the Inquisition
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  • Boston

Women, Violence and the Inquisition

This conference attempts to carry out a study on the situation of women in the New Spanish Inquisition.

Mar 21, 2019