Tag: perspective

Latin America is invisible in British universities
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Latin America is invisible in British universities

Paz Concha estimates that every year, educational institutions in the UK attract nearly 160,000 students from all over the world. Non-European students pay double or triple the amount of their European colleagues to attend university. Ramón Alabau They say that the British education system is characterized by its rigor, seriousness, […]

The other Hamlet
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The other Hamlet

William and Tommy Jessop fight to make the documentary of a play, starring young people with Down syndrome or learning disabilities. Text by Olga Briasco Photos by Blue Apple Theatre Staging the works of William Shakespeare is complex, but nevertheless Blue Apple Theatre, founded in 2005, persisted so that the […]

Cinema, in all its genres
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Cinema, in all its genres

At first, nothing seems more arbitrary than classifying films by genre, other than using five or six firmly established labels. But then, you could say that it’s the most common films that are the easiest to place as part of an established genre. _ Rodolfo Santovenia * If that’s the […]

Falkland Islands or Islas Malvinas?
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Falkland Islands or Islas Malvinas?

A meeting organised by the Centre for Latin-American Studies at the University of Cambridge will analyse the Argentine story of the war in the islands. _ In a conflict, the events described by  opposing parties are always very different. History is written from the point of view of the victors, […]