1 Scientific goal The present international workshop, organized by the Aula Maria Zambrano of Transatlantic Studies under the title Spain and America: crossed paths. An interdisciplinary perspective, is the first in a series of international gatherings which will discuss Euro-American relations from different perspectives and approaches. The study of mutual relations in the Atlantic axis can help us understand, in a geostrategic sense, the context in which cultural, social and political policies (among others) can be implemented. These policies are a subject of study and analysis of the Aula Maria Zambrano of Transatlantic Studies. The education of experts in this area is one of the main objectives of this academic forum. This workshop aims at highlighting the strengths and weaknesses, the existence and absence of the phenomena which interact within the transatlantic context. Experts from the US, Puerto Rico, Argentina, Germany and Spain will make their specific diagnosis of the situation from the perspective of Social Sciences and Humanities, which constitutes the main topic of the current workshop: politics, scientific culture, economy, languages, literature, translation, iberian studies, communication, etc., will be the focus of attention during the two days of the workshop. During the workshop, Spain and the United States will become the focus of the debate, due to the majoritary presence of investigators from these countries, as well as the singularity that characterizes the present gathering, which also intends to strengthen the academic and scientific relations with the University of South Florida, within which the first aula was born, as a part of an ongoing academic project between this university and the University of Malaga. Crossed paths coming from Europe, South America and the Caribbean will contribute to enrich this bilateral vision, thus widening the interrelations perspective which converge in the Atlantic axis. THE ATLANTIC OCEAN AS A COMMON TERRITORY MEETING POINTS North Atlantic Ocean POINTS OF DIVERGENCE ATLANTIC AXIS South Atlantic Ocean
2 Description This international workshop is organized by the Aula Maria Zambrano of Transatlantic Studies and comes under the internationalization strategy of the International Campus of Excellence (CEI) Andalucía TECH. The main objective of the meeting is the promotion of an area for discussion, research and knowledge transfer at international level about those questions of greatest interest for the transatlantic countries. These appointments also help building and strengthening the collaboration network that the Aula Maria Zambrano of Transatlantic Studies wants to settle among universities, researchers, and experts from one side to the other of the Atlantic Ocean. Data sheet Date: May 14 and 15, Place: May 14: Sala de Juntas del Rectorado de la Universidad de Málaga, Avenida Cervantes 2, 29616, Málaga. May 15: Salón de Plenos del Ayuntamiento de Macharaviaya, Plaza Matías de Gálvez 2, 29791, Macharaviaya (Málaga). Length: Day and a half. Working dynamic: Every participant will make use of minutes of exposition to make a reflection that includes analysis and proposals of their discipline. This intends to establish a discussion framework in which Rectorado de la Universidad de Malaga Building every expert will be able to contribute their vision on the current transatlantic context. After every thematic block, a debate and an exchange of views will be opened. Workshop Director: PhD. Juan Antonio García Galindo, tenured professor of Journalism and Director of the Aula Maria Zambrano of Transatlantic Studies.
3 International researchers Madeline Cámara Betancourt, PhD: PhD in Hispanic Languages and Literature, professor of Latin American Literature at the University of South Florida (USF) and Director of the Aula Maria Zambrano of Tampa. Rachel A. May, PhD: PhD in Latin American Studies, professor of Latin American Studies and International Human Rights at the University of South Florida (USF) and Director of the Institute for the Study of Latin America and the Caribbean (ISLAC). Harry Vanden, PhD: PhD in Political Science, professor of Political Science and International Studies at the University of South Florida (USF). Eloísa Gordon Mora, PhD: PhD in Political Science, Dean of the School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Communications at the Metropolitan University of Puerto Rico (UMET) Eliseo Colón Zayas, PhD: PhD in Hispanic Languages and Literature, professor of the School of Communication at the University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras (UPRRP). Gisela Belén Montiel, PhD: PhD in Communication and Culture, professor at the National University of Misiones (UM), head of International Relations and Regional Integration (RIeIR) at the UM. Antonio Roldán Ponce, PhD: PhD in Economics and International Relations, tenured professor of International Economy at the Dresden University of Technology, and member of the Management, Organization and International Relations consultancy. National researchers Carolina Moreno Castro, PhD: PhD in Communication Sciences, tenured Professor of Journalism at the University of Valencia (UV), expert in science dissemination. Alberto Pena Rodríguez, PhD: European PhD in Communication Sciences, tenured professor of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Communication at the University of Vigo (UVIGO), expert in Iberian Studies. Ángel Valencia Sáiz, PhD: PhD in Philosophy, tenured professor of Political Science at the University of Malaga (UMA). Magdalena Martín Martínez, PhD: PhD in Law, tenured professor of International Public Law and International Relations of the University of Malaga (UMA), and Assistant Director of the Aula María Zambrano of Transatlantic Studies.
4 Juan Antonio Perles Rochel, PhD: PhD in Philosophy and Letters, tenured professor of the English Studies Degree at the University of Malaga (UMA). Emilio Ortega Arjonilla, PhD: PhD In Philology, tenured professor of Translation and Interpreting at the University of Malaga (UMA). Marion Reder Gadow, PhD: PhD in History, tenured professor of Modern History at the University of Malaga (UMA). Antonio Garrido Moraga, PhD: PhD in Spanish Philology, tenured Professor of Spanish Language and Literature and Director of the Fundación María Zambrano (Maria Zambrano Foundation). Bernardo Díaz Nosty, PhD: PhD in Political Science, tenured professor of Journalism at the University of Malaga (UMA), creator and editor of the academic magazine and the communication site Infoamérica. Mr. Carlos Alonso Zaldívar: Career diplomat, Advanced Aeronautical Engineer, he holds a Degree in Economy and Business Administration. Senior research associate and member of the Scientific Council of the Elcano Royal Institute. Former ambassador of Spain to Brazil ( ) and Cuba ( ), among other positions within spanish diplomacy. Belén Zayas Fernández, PhD: PhD in Geography, professor of Geography at the University of Malaga (UMA) in the area of Regional Geographical Analysis. Currently teaching Politics and Geostrategy in the Degree of East Asian Studies.
5 Organising Entity If you have any enquiry please contact the organising entity of the event: Aula María Zambrano of Transatlantic Studies CEI Andalucía TECH - Universidad de Málaga Calle Severo Ochoa, 34, Edificio Bioinnovación, Parque Tecnológico de Andalucía, 29590, Málaga. Tel: (+34) address: Website: Director of the Aula María Zambrano of Transatlantic Studies: PhD. Juan Antonio García Galindo address: Deputy Managing Director of the Aula María Zambrano of Transatlantic Studies: PhD. Magdalena Martín Martínez address: Technical Coordinator of the Aula Maria Zambrano of Transatlantic Studies: Ms. Genoveva Novas Martín address: Collaborating Entities International Campus of Excellence (CEI) Andalucía TECH Vice-Rectorate for Research of the University of Malaga Faculty of Communication Science of the University of Malaga Macharaviaya Town Hall
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