Camino Real Award The Camino Real Award was introduced in 2012, coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Institute (1987), to recognize the professional work of Spaniards who prominently and exemplary project and enhance the positive image of Spain in the United States. Read more >
ESPAUSA Encyclopedia The project “Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Spanish presence in the territory of the current United States (1512-1821)” consists in research and information gathering to develop an encyclopedia of the Spanish presence in the United States Read more >
El Instituto Franklin-UAH reafirma su compromiso con la educación bilingüe El pasado viernes 16 de noviembre de 2018, con motivo del X aniversario del programa de máster Teach & Learn in Spain, el Instituto Franklin de la Universidad de Alcalá celebró una ceremonia en la que se otorgaron reconocimientos a distintos colegios bilingües de la Comunidad de Madrid que han colaborado con el programa en el fomento de la educación bilingüe a lo largo de estos diez años. Leer más >

Transatlantic Relation Area

Cultural relations

Spaces, Gender & Identity of American Literature: A Transatlantic Approach

III Research Plan Innova-USA (2013-2015)

The starting hypothesis is that the binary archetypes Male / Female – public / private space – work / home space, and the relationship between identity and geography, have fractured in society over the last decades, and therefore, in literature and arts that reflect that society, in which male and female spaces, or “our” spaces versus “theirs” should no longer have an imaginary line.

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The Artist Esteban Vicente, an Example of Transatlantic Relations in Contemporary Art

III Research Plan Innova-USA (2013-2015)

The starting hypothesis is that the binary archetypes Male / Female – public / private space – work / home space, and the relationship between identity and geography, have fractured in society over the last decades, and therefore, in literature and arts that reflect that society, in which male and female spaces, or “our” spaces versus “theirs” should no longer have an imaginary line.

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The first writers and professional artists: women’s networks and mythologies of progress

III Plan Innova USA (2013-2015)

The aim of this is to map the existence of these support networks between Spanish and US professionals, through various documents and journalistic, personal and literary materials by female authors (letters, diaries, press reporters, etc.)

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