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E Pluribus “Non” Unum: Alternative Lineages in US Modernity

2nd Research Plan Innova-USA (2011-2014)

Budget: €20,000

The main objective of the project is to approach, from an interdisciplinary and transnational perspective, the various cultural, social and political expressions to satisfactorily cover the study of modernity in the US and its fractures. This project addresses two specific historical moments, modernity (the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries) and the genesis of the modern subject.

Main Researchers (MR): Luisa Juárez, Universidad de Alcalá and Carmen de la Guardia, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Roberto del Valle, Universidad de Alcalá

Daniel Essig, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Sol Glik, Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

María Lozano, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

International Seminar “Moving Women. Nomads in the City?”

September 2014

Organizers: Pluribus project research group of the Instituto Franklin-UAH, Modern History and Contemporary History doctorates by the UAM and Dottorato in Storia delle donne e delle identità di genere by the Universidad de Estudios de Nápoles L’Orientale.

 

Seminar on “History and Memory in American Literature and Culture”

Instituto Franklin-UAH, November 29-30, 2013

Organized by the Instituto Franklin – UAH and the American Studies Institute of Ludwig Maximilian University (Munich).

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