AN ENCOUNTER WITH THE HISPANIC-AMERICAN CULTURE
Our goal is to connect with researchers through our networks and to promote the research of our collaborators, to establish strong ties between institutions, providing a platform to share ideas between national and international writers, scientists, and researchers from several disciplines on Hispanic issues.
Building Bridges among Researchers, Artists, Policymakers and Scientists on Hispanic Issues.
The lectures are dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the death of the Spanish poet Miguel Hernández
Given the complexity of the global situation, marked by the uncertainty caused by the pandemic, the academic world has a social responsibility to propose solutions to multifaceted problems of social, economic, scientific and cultural dimensions that can lead to a general crisis. COVID-19 has made clear the instability that global society is experiencing. At this time, the crisis has made apparent the urgent need of an interdisciplinary thought to find solutions for the current situation.
For this reason, the online Hispano-American Conference intends to be an interdisciplinary meeting with the aim to share experiences with the common goal of promoting a better society.
Contributing to the Hispanic American culture, we have organized donations of art and literature from renowned artists and prominent writers. Our donations are in collections of recognized public and private museums, libraries and cultural centers.
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