Spanish and Latin-American language and culture hub in Cambridge, UK

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馃嚜馃嚫 Learning Spanish? The Spanish Speaking Hub Cambridge gives you the opportunity to boost your Spanish skills. 馃挭 A Spanish Professor of Early Modern Iberian and Latin American Literature will bring all the most wonderful things about Don Quijote in an interactive talk. 馃帳


Colombian Indigenous Languages Talk

馃嚜馃嚫 Learning Spanish? 馃嚜馃嚫 The Cambridge Spanish Centre gives you the opportunity to boost your Spanish skills. 馃挭馃嚚馃嚧 A Colombian linguist Daniela will bring all the most wonderful things about Colombian Indigenous Languages in an interactive talk. 馃帳

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Spanish Cooking Workshop


Getting to know Colombia-Spanish Talk. (21st November 2020)


Franco-Spanish Talk: The Impossible Understanding (26th june 2020)

Nicolas Klein is a Spanish teacher for a classe pr茅paratoire (intensive foundation degree) in Nancy (Northeast France). Nicolas is specialised in the history of contemporary Spain and is a former student at the 脡cole normale sup茅rieure (脡NS) in Lyon. Translator and author of various books about Spanish History and current affairs, he often publishes articles in several French and Spanish university reviews and newspapers.

This talk will focus on the bilateral diplomatic relations between France and Spain during and after De Gaulle鈥檚 presidency. His diplomacy as the president of the French Republic (1959-1969) is well-known amongst experts and the general public. This knowledge is inclusive of the relations between France and its neighbors (Germany, UK), its former colonies in Africa and Asia, the major powers of that time (US, USSR, China) or some defined cultural areas (Latin America).

However, it seems the Franco-Spanish relations are not so well known. De Gaulle鈥檚 France and Franco鈥檚 Spain did maintain diplomatic relations, particularly in the economic and cultural fields. In 1970, after he resigned, Charles de Gaulle even visited Spain and met Francisco Franco in Madrid. But what was the nature of these diplomatic relations?

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A tribute to the female writer of Ibero America in her fight against all orders of prohibitions, reprisals and tragic consequences, they were breaking taboos, This study, the female writer of Ibero America, represents the struggle of women through five centuries in which she was not passive, as might be expected, but with a mixture of adaptability and rebelliousness at the beginning, and an open rebelliousness in the last two centuries.

FREE TALK (English) by Ver贸nica 脕lvarez C贸rdova
Friday, 6 March, 7pm

Venue: Cambridge Spanish Centre, 60 Hills Road, CB2 1LA
No need to book. Limited number of seats.