University of Copenhaguen, 5-6 May 2022

This conference seeks to contribute to the current debate on Iberian Studies, an epistemological, academic, and institutional field that takes the Iberian Peninsula as interconnected, multilingual cultural and literary systems (e.g. Resina 2009; Isasi & Fernandes 2013; Gimeno Ugalde 2017; Solà & Pinheiro 2020).

The global development of Iberian Studies as a field of inquiry challenges national and monolingual traditions and offers a pathway to the future of research and teaching in modern languages. The contributions to this two-day conference present the work of International and Nordic scholars and encourage us to think innovatively about the challenges and opportunities that Iberian Studies presents for the humanities in Denmark.

It will be possible to follow the conference in streaming via Zoom.

Organizers: Ana Vera and Sacramento Roselló-Martínez, Department of English, Germanic and Romance Studies, University of Copenhagen

More information and Conference Programme available here.