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     Iberian studies societies and listservs

  1. AITENSO Asociación Internacional de Teatro Español y Novohispano de los Siglos de Oro
  2. American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain. "AARHMS was founded in 1974 by a small group of historians who shared a common interest in medieval Iberia. Its purpose was to provide a forum in which they, and others, could discuss their current research. On August 9, 1976 AARHMS gained recognition as an affiliated society of the American Historian Association, and since 1975 it has sponsored one or more sessions at the AHA's annual meeting and at the International Congress of Medieval Studies that assembles each spring in Kalamazoo, Michigan. From time to time, regional and local sessions have also been held under the AARHMS banner. The Academy publishes a Newsletter in October."
  3. American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP) Since its inception in 1917, the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP) has promoted the study and teaching of Hispanic, Luso-Brazilian, and other related languages, literatures, and cultures at all levels. Through an exchange of pedagogical and scholarly information, the AATSP encourages heritage and second language study and supports projects to that end.
    Publication: Hispania
    Contact: AATSP Office 423 Exton Commons Exton, PA 19341-2451 Phone: (610) 363-7005 Fax: (610) 363-7116 e-mail: corporate@aatsp.org
  4. Association for Contemporary Iberian Studies. "ACIS brings together academics from a wide range of disciplines who share an interest in contemporary developments in Spain and Portugal. It welcomes new members working in any relevant field."
  5. Association for Hispanic Classical Theater. "A nonprofit organization, international in scope, created for the purpose of promoting and fostering the production and study of the classical drama of Spain's Golden Age of Theater."
  6. Casa de Velázquez. "La Casa de Velázquez es un gran establecimiento francés en el extranjero dependiente del Ministerio FrancÚs de Educación Nacional, de Enseñanza Superior y de Investigación."
  7. The Cervantes Society of America. was founded in 1978 and held its first membership meeting in San Francisco in December 1979. The Society's purpose is to advance the study of the life and works of Miguel de Cervantes through the promotion of communication and cooperation among its members, through the publication of reviews of books and articles and reports on pedagogical approaches to Cervantes's work, through descriptions of research currently in progress by members, through discussion at annual meetings, and through such other means as may tend to deepen and broaden understanding of Cervantes and his works."
  8. H-Cervantes. H-Cervantes is a network for scholars and professionals active in studies related to Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. It encourages scholarly exchanges on all aspects of the author, his works, his circle, his times, and scholarship on the era, and welcomes participation by scholars/specialists from all disciplines. A member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine.
  9. International Society for Eighteenth Century Studies.

  10. MEDIBER "An Internet Discussion Group for Medieval Iberia. MEDIBER is an on-line discussion list (accessible via Internet) devoted to all aspects of Medieval Iberian Literatures, Languages, History, and Cultures."
  11. Medieval Academy of America. Founded in 1925. Largest organization in the world devoted to Medieval studies.
  12. Red Iris. The national academic and research network of Spain, managed by the CSIC.
    Includes: Archivos de DISEVEN. Information about academic congresses and meetings. Archivos del SIGLO-XVIII. Spanish archives for mailing list on the Spanish and Hispanic American XVIII century. Archivos de La Pepa. Mailing list on contemporary Spanish history. Estudios de Linguística Española. Lists news about Spanish linguistics.
  13. Renaissance Society of America
  14. Sociedad de Literatura Española del Siglo XIX
  15. Sociedade Portuguesa de Autores

  16. Society for Renaissance & Baroque Hispanic Poetry. Publishers of the journal Calíope.
  17. Society for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies. "The Society for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies (SSPHS) was founded in 1969 to promote research in all aspects and epochs of Iberian history and related disciplines."
  18. ESPORA-l. ESPORA-L is the official electronic mail information and discussion list for the Society for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies.
  19. Society of Spanish and Spanish-American Studies. "The Society of Spanish and Spanish-American Studies (SSSAS) is a non-profit educational corporation in the State of Colorado and before the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. It is housed in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Colorado, in Boulder. It publishes scholarly books and journals on Spanish and Spanish American literature (written in either Spanish or English)".
  20. Western European Studies Section (WESS Web) The WESS Web includes the following areas: Classics Studies, Dutch Studies, French Studies, German Studies, Great Britain (British Studies) (including Scotland, Wales and Ireland), Iberian Studies (Spain and Portugal), Italian Studies, Medieval and Renaissance Web, Scandinavian Studies, Social Sciences and History (Includes links such as Migration Studies, Gypsies, Women's Studies, etc.) The Iberian Studies section is very thorough and up to date.