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A HALF-DAY SYMPOSIUM

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‘Franciscan and Nahua Concepts of Winds, Heart and Heat: Turning the Tables on the Soul in Colonial Mexico’, Dana Bultman, University of Georgia, USA

‘‘Los que comen de mi pan’: Food Images in the Romancero’, Hilary Pomeroy, University College London

‘Fragmented Selves: La Celestina in its Renaissance Context’, Rachel Scott, Queen Mary London

‘Dualidades femeninas en el Cantar de Mio Cid’, Alfonso Boix Jovaní, independent scholar

 Wednesday 11 March 2015, 1-5pm

University of Liverpool, Rendall Building, Lecture Theatre 7

Attendance is free of charge and open to all.

Organised by Sizen Yiacoup in association with the Liverpool Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (https://www.liv.ac.uk/history/research/medieval-and-renaissance-studies/ ).

Please confirm your interest or address queries to: sizen.yiacoup@liverpool.ac.uk

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