Carried out the first coordination meetings between the members of the different universities involved in the Research Project “Towards a reconsideration of postwar culture: analysis of the Modes of Representation in Spanish cinema (1939-1962) from Wenceslao Fernández Flórez’s mark”
At the beginning of this year the Research Project “Towards a reconsideration of postwar culture: analysis of the Modes of Representation in Spanish cinema (1939-1962) from Wenceslao Fernández Flórez’s mark” started with first works dedicated primarily to the design and review of the theoretical framework, the collection and the structuring of the material constituting the object of study, and the allocation of specific tasks to the different members of the team. Taking into account the abundance of entities involved in the project, during the month of April the Principal Investigator made several trips to the universities distributed over Spanish geography (Basque Country, Valencia and Madrid) to coordinate the work of the researchers belonging to these institutions. This ensures a permanent communication, sustained by internet platforms that allow the exchange of information, as well as future meetings in order to supervise the work and to organize the next stages of the investigation.
The analysis, preservation and dissemination of the Lusophone historical and cultural heritage receives a new impulse with the incorporation of the Museu Virtual da Lusofonia (Virtual Museum of Lusophony) to the Google Arts and Culture platform. Launch ceremony will take place on September 4 at 9:00 p.m. (GMT+1) at Nogueira da Silva Museum (Braga, Portugal) […]
The VII International Conference of the Spanish Association for Communication Research (AE-IC) will be held at the Faculty of Philology, Translation and Communication of the University of Valencia, from October 28 to 30, 2020 and all its contents will be available online. Thus, the association and the University of Valencia seek to guarantee compliance with […]
Palgrave Macmillan has just published a new volume that focuses on the international circuit of documentary film festivals to analyze its development and its impact on the visibility, distribution and accessibility of films and to explore methodologies with which to conduct research in this environment. Edited by Aida Vallejo (UPV / EHU) and Ezra Winton […]