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Scholarly Publications

Death in Babylon: Alexander the Great and Iberian Empire in the Muslim Orient

May 2010

Though Alexander the Great lived more than seventeen centuries before the onset of Iberian expansion into Muslim Africa and Asia, he loomed large in the literature of late medieval and early modern...

News

The Europe Center May 2014 Newsletter

May 2014

The Europe Center May 2014 Newsletter

At Stanford, head of EU touts stronger Europe

May 2014

José Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission, says the 28-nation-member European Union has enacted fiscal reforms that make it stronger and more united since the continent teetered on...

At Stanford, José Manuel Barroso touts stronger Europe

May 2014

José Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission, says the 28-nation-member European Union has enacted fiscal reforms that make it stronger and more united since the continent teetered on...

Events

SGS Summer Film Festival: "Os Gatos não Têm Vertigens" (Cats Don’t Have Vertigo) (2014; dir. Antonio Pedro Vasconcelos; Portuguese)

May 27, 2016

"Os Gatos não Têm Vertigens" (Cats Don’t Have Vertigo) is a 2014 Portuguese film directed by Antonio Pedro Vasconcelos.

Colonial Melancholia and Critical Nostalgia. The Visuality of Empire in Portuguese Culture

May 22, 2012

Seminar Synopsis: The memory euphoria of the past half-century has, if anything, raised awareness of the constructed or invented nature of national memories and their complexity.

Iberian Modalities

February 11, 2011

Of late the term Iberian Studies has been gaining academic currency, but its semantic scope still fluctuates.