Upcoming Events


The IX International Conference on the Historical Links between Spain and North America (LINKS-9)
“A Round Trip Across the Atlantic”
September 2023 - Call for Papers
April 24-26, 2024 - Conference dates

CALL FOR PAPERS for the 9th International Conference on the Links between Spain and North America, on April 2024! This conference, titled "A Round Trip Across the Atlantic," will explore the historical and ongoing connections between Spain and North America from political, social, economic, and cultural perspectives. The conference will also address current challenges facing the international community, such as the new geostrategic order imposed by the war in Ukraine, the emergency of climate change, and new Asia-Pacific relations. As main points of this annual meeting, these issues will be discussed from an Atlantic perspective and, more specifically, from the relationship of Spain and North America and the Caribbean Islands. Topics include immigration, social movements, climate change, and more.

The Americas Poetry Festival of NY  (TAPFNY)
October 11-13, 2023
Please check website for venue information.

The Americas Poetry Festival of New York is the multilingual poetry festival organized by the City College of New York Division of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences in collaboration with the Walt Whitman Birthplace Association; and Instituto Cervantes New York. Professors and writers Carlos Aguasaco, Yrene Santos, and Carlos Velásquez Torres curate this annual event.

It's Time to Study Abroad!
October 27th, 2024 (DEADLINE)

The applications period for the Winter 2024 Study Abroad is open.

The deadline to apply is October 27, 2023.

More information:
Ninive Gomez

The Americas Film Festival of NY  (TAFFNY)
TBD, 2024
Please check website for updates.

TAFFNY represents the rich diversity of the cultures, languages and stories of North America, Central America, and South America along with their associated islands. The festival is a project of the Division of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Center for Worker Education of City College of New York (The City University of New York - CUNY), in collaboration with the Cervantes Institute of NY and the National Museum of the American Indian. TAFFNY aims to create a new culture of cinematography appreciation by providing a dynamic space for the public and artists to meet, reflect on multiculturalism and diversity in our society, while promoting the work of new and emerging filmmakers.

Last Updated: 09/18/2023 16:33