Anglo-Iberian Relations, 1500-1850

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Date / time: 9 April - 11 April, All day


Anglo-Iberian Relations, 1500-1850

Three plenary lectures, sixteen panels, and one roundtable will take place as part of the ‘Anglo-Iberian Relations, 1500-1850’ conference to be held in Mértola (Portugal) between 9 and 11 April 2015. The conference will also launch a new, interdisciplinary academic-heritage network: ‘Anglo-Iberian Relations, from the Medieval to the Modern’

The network will bring together graduates students, scholars, and heritage professionals across the globe to undertake and further study into European relations in both the past and the present. The aims of the network include a conscious effort to promote international interdisciplinary study and collaboration, by facilitating contact between individuals and institutions who already research – or would like to explore – the field of Anglo-Iberian relations.

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The Conference Organisers

Dr Elizabeth Evenden (Harvard University & Brunel University)

Valentina Caldari (University of Kent & University of Porto)