Hai unhas semanas estiveches en Cork falando da figura de Bal y Gay e da súa importancia para a Xeración do 27. Podes falarnos un pouco de quen era Bal y Gay e por que foi importante para o desenvolvemento musical dese grupo de intelectuais?… Read the rest
Helena González is a Galician literature lecturer and researcher at the Centre Dona i Literatura in the University of Barcelona, with a focus on feminist literary critic, popular culture and Galician contemporary literature, as well as cultural relations between Galicia and Cataluña.… Read the rest
In 1985, María Barcala and Xúlio Lago founded Teatro do Atlántico, a benchmark of Galician drama thanks to the quality of their work on stage and their repertoire. Among the thirty productions that they have worked on up to date we can find works by Brian Friel, Conor McPherson or Martin McDonagh.… Read the rest
Texts & Identities: A Symposium on Contemporary Galician Studies analyses the relevance of texts and narratives for the construction of identities and standpoints in 20th and 21st century Galicia. Focusing on issues related to the representation of Ireland in Galicia through dramatic texts, translation and ideology, changes in the linguistic landscape and the negotiation of narratives in present-day advertising, this symposium proposes a multidisciplinary overview of contemporary Galicia and a glance at new trends in Galician Studies.… Read the rest
Escribir na multitude: A obra literaria de Antón Avilés de Taramancos (Toxosoutos, 2014).
by Dr Martin Veiga
The book will be launched by Professor David Mackenzie and Stephen Boyd (Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies, UCC) on Friday 30th January at 5:30 pm in the O’Rahilly Building, Social Area, First Floor, Block B.… Read the rest
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Hai uns días estiveches en Cork falando da influencia de Rosalía nas escritoras galegas de hoxe. Poderías contarnos que foi o que máis che influiu a ti persoalmente?
Legend has it that Breogán, considered the King of Galicia in Celtic times (or, to be more specific, the king of the Celtic tribes, as the concept of nation-state did not appear until the 19th century), built a tower from which his descendants caught sight of the Emerald Isle and decided to set sail to conquer it.… Read the rest
Welcome to Galego en Cork, a blog where you’ll be able to open a window to the fascinating history and culture of Galicia and its shared roots with Ireland. Do not hesitate to browse the different categories and posts to become familiar with the Northwest of the Iberian Peninsula.… Read the rest