#AIR2017 our Sunday Treat: discover the delicacies made at the Convento de Santa Clara in Zafra!

There will be ample opportunity to try these delicious local delicacies while at #AIR2017. Why not spend your Sunday tempting your palate with their wares in advance?

Convento de Santa Clara de Zafra – Dulces Típicos de Zafra

Posted: Sunday, 30 July 2017

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#AIR2017 Today’s Highlight: Meet our Local Team in Zafra

The organizing committee are much obliged to José María Moreno, Juan Carlos Rubio Massa, Juan Santos Rincón Morales and María Rincón Moreno for their support in Zafra. They are also very grateful to el Excmo Ayuntamiento de Zafra, el Archivo Histórico Municipal, el Centro de Estudios del Estado de Feria and el Museo Santa Clara.

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Things to do in Zafra

We hope you are looking forward to your time in Zafra. There’s plenty to keep you entertained when you are not at the conference, and a wealth of places to eat and drink. (Restaurant suggestions are listed under the Planning Your Visit tab.) We will add more information here in the coming weeks but, for now, here are some suggestions for webpages to browse, to help you plan your time in this beautiful town.

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Image: https://www.lonelyplanet.com/spain/zafra

 

Visita Zafra

Extremadura Turismo (English and Spanish)

Lonely Planet

 

 

Missed our #CFP deadline?

Don’t worry if you’ve not sent in an abstract for #AIR2017 in time for our deadline. We will do our best to accommodate you if you remain interested in participating. Drop our conference email a line

– angloiberian2017@outlook.com –

or contact Dr Elizabeth Evenden-Kenyon at elizabeth.evenden-kenyon@brunel.ac.uk. Many thanks!

 

Please note that all abstracts submitted to date have been accepted and we will be in touch with all delegates soon.

Acceptance of all Conference Abstracts to date

We are delighted to confirm that all abstracts for individual papers, panels and roundtables submitted to date have been accepted. We appreciate that some of you need confirmation as soon as possible so we thought best to let you know now. We still have room for more though! So if you’re still thinking about submitting, please do.

Those of you who have submitted will be contacted individually soon; if you require a confirmation of acceptance letter, please do let us know.

We look forward to seeing you in Zafra for #AIR2017!

Any questions?

In the coming days we will be providing more information about our plenaries, venue, accommodation, bursaries, and much more. Please feel free to ask us questions about any aspect of the conference. You can email Dr Evenden-Kenyon at elizabeth.evenden-kenyon@brunel.ac.uk; you can tweet us @angloiberians, visit our Network page on Facebook (www.facebook.com/groups/815316395154635/) or use the Contact Form on this site. Many thanks!

Did you know…?

You don’t have to be working in the multi-national field of Anglo-Iberian studies to apply to speak at our conferences. If you work in one area (e.g., English or Mediterranean History) but are looking to collaborate with scholars or heritage professionals in another, we will help you create a panel to suit your complementary needs.

This conference series was founded out of a European Commission project (CONCOPRESS), with the remit of assisting multi- and mono-lingual scholars and heritage professionals in creating collaborations and networks worldwide. Please do get in touch with an abstract if you’d like us to help you connect with others beyond your current research language and/or field.

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