The Centre for Ibero-American and Transatlantic Studies (CEIT) calls for a new edition of the Spanish-Irish Awards with the aim of encouraging research on the relations between both countries.
These awards, sponsored by José Antonio Sierra Lumbreras, are aimed at teachers, students, journalists and researchers from all over the world.
These awards, which are sponsored by José Antonio Sierra Lumbreras, are aimed at teachers, students, journalists and researchers from all over the world and have a financial endowment of €1,000 for the winning paper and a runner-up award of €200 for the second best. An article of the winning papers may be published for international dissemination in the TSN journal.
The deadline for submission of papers will be extended for nine months, until 18th December 2023. Further information about requirements and terms and conditions can be found at the website:https://bit.ly/spanishirishawards.
In the previous edition of the Spanish-Irish Awards, the winning papers were: “Mujeres transatlánticas que se rebelan a la tierra firme en ‘tiempos de hombres’”, by Víctor Calderón Fajardo (University of Málaga), “Tierra de promisión. La familia Costello y la Diáspora Irlandesa. Genealogía, Globalización y Comercio Atlántico en la Andalucía del Siglo XVIII”, by Salvador David Pérez González (University of Málaga). The accesit was awarded to “El Legado de Eavan Boland en Irlanda y más allá: Una aproximación literaria y personal”, by Pilar Villar Argáiz (University of Granada).
The CEIT is specialized in the Ibero-American and transatlantic regions, to which Spain is historically linked, and where most of its past and present interrelationships take place. This centre emerges as well from the experience of the Aula María Zambrano de Estudios Transatlánticos (AMZET), which has been carrying out intense training, research and dissemination activities in this field since 2012.
Press Release sent from José Antonio Sierra