Internationa­lization

ACADEMIC STAYS IN FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES

Abel Díaz

Pre-doctoral researcher
Host institution: Gino Germani Research Institute (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Host institution adviser: Santiago Joaquín Insausti
Dates of stay::
July 2019 – October 2019

Carlos Álvarez

Pre-doctoral researcher
Host institution: Philosophy and Humanities Department (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Host institution adviser: Isabella Cosse
Dates of stay:
July 2019 – October 2019

Eider de Dios

Post-doctoral research stay at the University of Glasgow under the direction of Lynn Abrams,
History School of Humanities. 2019

Elia Blanco

Pre-doctoral researcher
Research stay at the Cuban History Institute, (Havana, Cuba)
Dates of stay:
December 2018 – March 2019

Raúl Mínguez

Post-doctoral researcher.
Host institution: University of Leeds, UK.
Host institution adviser: Richard Cleminson.
Dates of stay:
20/01/2017 – 17/06/2017

Eider de Dios

Post-doctoral researcher.
Host institution: University of Leeds, UK:
Host institution adviser: Richard Cleminson
Dates of stay:
20/01/2017 – 17/06/2017

Maialen Aranguren

Pre-doctoral researcher.
Host institution: University of California, San Diego (California, USA).
Host institution adviser: Pamela Radcliff
Dates of stay:
05/01/2016 – 21/04/2016

Maialen Altuna

Pre-doctoral researcher
Host institution: Interdisciplinary Institute of Gender Studies in the Philosophy Department of the University of Buenos Aires (Argentina).
Host institution adviser: Mónica Tarducci
Dates of stay: December 2015 – March 2016

Bakarne Altonaga

Post-doctoral researcher.
Host institution: Queen Mary, University of London.
Host institution adviser: Barbara Taylor
Dates of stay:
28/09/2015 – 11/12/2015

Bakarne Altonaga

Post-doctoral researcher.
Host institution: Queen Mary, University of London.
Host institution adviser: Barbara Taylor
Dates of stay:
28/09/2015 – 11/12/2015

Mercedes Arbaiza

Invited researcher at the Iztacala School of Higher Studies at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
Dates of stay:
01/09/2014 – 15/12/2014

Ariane Aretxabaleta

Pre-doctoral researcher.
Research stay at Bangor University (Wales) School: College of Arts and Humanities; Department: School of Modern Languages.
Host institution adviser: Helena Miguélez-Carballeira
Dates of stay:
19/09/14 to 19/12/14

Pilar Pérez Fuentes

Stay as invited researcher at Casa de Altos Estudios Fernando Ortiz, Havana, Cuba.
Dates of stay:
April 2013 – May 2013

Eduardo Hurtado

Pre-doctoral researcher.
Research stay at Oxford Brookes University. Oxford.
Dates of stay:
April 2013 – June 2013

Sara Hidalgo

Pre-doctoral researcher. Research stay at Duke University, Durham (North California, USA).
Adviser: William Reddy
Dates of stay:
March 2012 – June 2013

David Beorlegui

Pre-doctoral researcher. Research stay at California State University. Monterrey (California, USA).
Adviser: Juan José Gutierrez, Social Anthropology Department
Dates of stay:

COLLABORATION WITH ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS AND OTHER FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES

International Conference ‘Historical Fiction, Fictional History and Historical Reality’, NOVA University Lisbon, organized by CETAPS

Panel coordinated by Bakarne Altonaga and Nuria Soriano: ‘La ficción en la historia y la historia como ficción: Lecturas del pasado más allá de la veracidad’.
Lisbon, March 2020

Collaboration between Pilar Pérez Fuentes and David Beorlegui in the project ‘Memorias del Futuro: Voces de Portobelo’

Co-funded by the Spanish International Cooperation and Development Agency (AECID), the Archive of Oral History (AHOA) and the Bahía de Portobelo Foundation, Panama. 2019

Collaboration with the Michoacan University of Saint Nicholas of Hidalgo, Mexico

The collaboration with the Michoacan University of Saint Nicholas of Hidalgo was carried out through research stays in the Experiencia Moderna group at the UPV-EHU.
Professor Adriana Sàenz Valadez, of the ‘Dr Samuel Ramos’ School of Philosophy at the Michoacan University of Saint Nicholas of Hidalgo. This expert on Philosophy of Culture and Literary Theory was an invited professor in our research group for a period of six months, between January and July 2018.

The group hosts and mentors foreign students from other universities

  • Mónica Lorena Murillo Acosta (Michoacan University of Saint Nicholas of Hidalgo) from 9 June to 9 August 2014.
  • Margarita Fuentes Velázquez, (Michoacan University of Saint Nicholas of Hidalgo) undertook a post-doctoral research stay within the framework of the project entitled ‘La crítica de las creencias sobre conyugalidad y maternidad en Rosario Castellanos y Graciela Hierro’, from 1 September to 15 to December 2012.
  • Laura Yazmín Andrés Arredondo (Michoacan University of Saint Nicholas of Hidalgo), within the framework of the project ‘La identidad de la mujer de la élite moreliana 1940-1970’, from 3 September to 14 December 2012.

Collaboration with Karin Peters PhD and Julia Brühne M.A., Romance Literatures Department at Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany

In the context of the 20th Conference of the German Association of Hispanists, held in Heidelberg, Germany, March 2015. As a result of this, they are part of the research group funded by MINECO (2016-2020).

Collaboration with the California State University, Monterey Bay (California, USA)

Student exchange programme co-taught by the Experiencia Moderna research group and California State University Monterey in collaboration with Professor Juan J. Gutiérrez, PhD, Professor of Anthropology Division of Social Behavioural and Global Studies, California State University, Monterey Bay (California, USA), (2015-2019).

Collaboration with the Red Renisce (National Network of Researchers in Sociocultural Studies of the Emotions)

This is an initiative led by researchers Oliva López Sánchez and Rocío Enriquez Rosas, of the Iztacala School of Higher Studies at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and the Jesuit University of Guadalajara (ITESO), respectively.
Mercedes Arbaiza and David Beorlegi participated by giving two lectures at the 3rd and 4th Research Colloquium:
Emotions in the framework of the social sciences: interdisciplinary perspectives, held in Mexico City (2014) and Jalisco (2016), respectively.

Collaboration with the Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies Department, University of Leeds

through Professor Richard Cleminson, by means of MINECO projects as well as research stays and co-direction of pre- and post-doctoral grants.

Collaboration with IOHA (International Oral History Association)

  • Miren Llona was vice president of IOHA from 2010-2014. She was also co-editor of the IOHA newsletter (2008-).
  • David Beorlegui was vice president of IOHA and the representative of the European region. He is currently co-editor of the bilingual electronic journal Words and Silences/Palabras y Silencios.