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Mixed feelings: Literary Hispanophilia and Hispanophobia in England and the Netherlands in the Early Modern period and the nineteenth century

A seminar by Dr Yolanda Rodriguez for the Centre for Translating Cultures Seminar Series

A Centre for Translating Cultures seminar
Date8 March 2017
Time15:30 to 17:00
PlaceQueens Building LT7.1 + 7.2

A seminar by Dr Yolanda Rodriguez for the Centre for Translating Cultures Seminar Series

Yolanda Rodríguez Pérez is Associate Professor in the Department of European Studies of the University of Amsterdam. Her research deals primarily with Imagology and the Cultural Transfer  between Spain and the Netherlands in the sixteenth and seventeenth century. The relation between Translation and National Images is one of her main research focus as well. She also studies Dutch and English translations and imitations/pseudo-translations of Spanish works of the Golden Age. With her new research 'Mixed feelings: Literary Hispanophilia and Hispanophobia in England and the Netherlands in the Early Modern period and the nineteenth century' (funded by NWO, the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research, 2015-2020), she will be expanding her scope of research to the nineteenth-century, when national identities and literary canons consolidated the Golden Age as the key period in the national-historical consciousness.


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