Issue 09 — Spring 2023
The affinity between Law and Performance (think theatrical performance in any of its broad possibilities) opens up a series of questions that need to be analyzed both in history and in theory.
Issue 09 — Spring 2022
In this second installment of Microliteratures: The Margins of the Law, Professor Patricia Dailey (English & Comparative Literature, Columbia University) and her students join us for a common research.
Issue 08 — Fall 2021
Iberian Connections vocation is to explore ways to do innovative research in our fields.
Issue 06 — Spring 2020
Forma parte del mito de las humanidades.
Issue 05 — Spring 2020
Empiezo a construir este sitio web dedicado a las últimas cinco semanas de clase sobre Inquisiciones el día 16 de marzo de 2020, a las 7h38 am.
Issue 04 — Spring 2020
Esta serie de sesiones es en cierto modo una excepción.
Issue 03 — Spring 2020
During this second semester of existence of Iberian Connections, we are devoting all our interest to the central question of Public Humanities.
Issue 02 — Fall 2019
Closely related to the graduate seminar Microliteratures: In the Margins of the Law, this series of seminars (issue #2 of Iberian Connections) convenes specialists from varied fields of inquiry whose lines of questioning also converge in Iberia.
Issue 01 — Fall 2019
This graduate seminar is devoted to the study of texts and images engaging with legal thinking in the margins of legal and non legal manuscripts and printed books from the Middle Ages and the Early Modern period. Along with primary sources including legal codification, cartographers, or legal commentaries, we are going to read theory and scholarship, engaging with works by the following authors: Michel Foucault, Judith Butler, Adriana Cavarero, Steven L.