The Department of Hispanic Studies, Queen Mary University of London and by The Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, University College London [ver información del centro]
Tipo de actividad:
Congreso, jornada, encuentro
Reino Unido
Fecha de inicio: 
Lunes, 26 junio, 2006
Fecha de finalización: 
Miércoles, 28 junio, 2006
Dirección postal completa: 
Queen Mary University of London in London's East End.
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The British Conference on Judeo-Spanish Studies is an international scholarly forum for university teachers and researchers working in Judeo-Spanish Studies, and welcomes papers from both eminent scholars and those beginning their doctoral studies. Our emphasis is on Judeo-Spanish Language and Judeo-Spanish Literature.We invite abstracts for the coming conference which will be returning to Queen Mary University of London in London's East End (Mile End Road London E1). You may like to note that it will follow on from the Medieval Hispanic Research Colloquium, 29 June to 30 June 2006 (information from: j.l.whetnall@ uk).Queen Mary is a most appropriate venue for the conference as 2006 marks the three hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the Resettlement of Jews in England and many of the Sephardic Jews who immigrated to England settled in this area. The programme will include a visit to the Sephardic synagogue of Bevis Marks, the oldest functioning synagogue in England.Papers, which may be read in Judeo-Spanish, Spanish, or English, should not have been presented or published elsewhere and should not exceed twenty minutes in length. Would you please send your abstract (maximum 200 words) as an attachment to:Hilarypomeroy@aol.comYou should supply the following information on the sheet containing your abstract:- Title (Professor, Dr., etc)- Full name- Home address- University/Academic affiliation- Home telephone number, work telephone number- Fax number- E-mail addressThe closing date for submitting abstracts is 31 December 2005. The selection committee will inform you of its choice shortly thereafter.Accommodation.We have reserved single bedrooms on campus in a building opened in 2004. Each room has a desk, a fridge, and an en-suite shower room. Rooms are arranged in groups of six, with a communal kitchen where you can make tea or coffee.It would be very helpful if you would indicate whether you would like to stay on campus by e-mailing Sizen Yiacoup ( CommitteeDr. Hilary Pomeroy, University College London (Chair)Professor Michael Alpert, Kings College LondonMrs. Annette Benaim, School of Oriental and African Studies LondonProfessor Ralph Penny, Queen Mary University of LondonMiss Sizen Yiacoup, Kings College London

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