Jordi Serrano-Muñoz, currently a Guest Researcher at Waseda University, has given us a talk about his recent publication: East Asia, Latin America, and the Decolonization of Transpacific Studies, a book recently published that Jordi has[…]
Ferran de Vargas has joined ALTER as a Juan de la Cierva postdoctoral fellow. He works at the intersection between aesthetic practices (especially cinema) and political ideologies in modern Japan. His full bio can be[…]
Taphonomies of Cross-Cultural Knowledge: Interactions between Europe and East Asia in the 19th and 20th centuries A series of workshops organized by: ALTER research group Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) Workshop #2: Work-in-Progress PapersFriday, December[…]
Members of ALTER have met again in person after quite some time, and virtually with members away from Barcelona, to update activities and research related to the project “Taphonomies of Cross-Cultural Knowledge: Interactions between Europe[…]
The Fundación Consejo España China has interviewed (see here) ALTER members David Martínez-Robles and Xavier Ortells-Nicolau about the process of research the China-Spain Archive and the curating of the exhibit ‘The Spanish Dream of China,[…]
The exhibit ‘The Spanish Dream of China, 1845-1945‘ will run from September 28 at the Miguel de Cervantes library in Shanghai (198 – 208 Anfu lu). On this occasion, ALTER’s exhibit is complemented by another[…]
The exhibit ‘The Spanish Dream of China’ was featured during last July 22 evening news of TVE (Spain’s central public television). The piece was created by TVE correspondent in Beijing Mavi Doñate in interview with[…]
The ‘Repertori de Col·leccionistes i Col·leccions d’Art i Arqueologia de Catalunya’ (Database of Catalan art and archaeology collections and collectors) has included a biographical skech of Juan Mencarini, and a notice of his contributions to[…]
Spanish newspaper ABC published in July 8 a large report on the exhibit ‘The Spanish Dream of China, 1845-1945‘, curated by ALTER members David Martínez-Robles and Xavier Ortells-Nicolau and currently on display at Cervantes Institute[…]
The exhibition “El sueño español de China, 1845-1945” (Spain’s China Dream, 1845-1945) opened yesterday June 16 at Beijing’s Cervantes Institute. Curated by ALTER members David Martínez-Robles and Xavier Ortells-Nicolau, it features a number of documents,[…]
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