In Spain, the fight to revoke the Amnesty Law of 1977 is a controversial topic as the whole country has been forced to forget about the atrocities of Franco’s dictatorship. It is a never-ending nightmare that still chases the hundreds of thousands of victims seeking reparation. The last edition of the FIFDH, International Film Festival and Forum of Human Rights, prese
At UniBastions, 86 male busts observe you silently. However, there are no female busts. Irene Praga, a master’s student in Hispanic studies, does not think this is a merely anecdotic fact. In this article, she expresses her opinion on the different facets of gender inequality at the Faculty of Humanities.
Artists like Enrique Iglesias or Luis Fonsi, the singer of Despacito' song, have largely contributed to the stereotype of reggaeton as a vulgar and sexist genre. However, its denounce does not mean its eradication. In this article we propose you some feminist alternatives for your Saturday's playlists with reggaeton rhythms.
« Buvez-vous du vin ? » Il s’agit normalement d’une question banale et sans transcendance. Par contre, pour l’écrivain français Jean-Claude Carrière, cette question a marqué le début d’une aventure extraordinaire qui l’a fait voyagé à travers l’Espagne des années soixante. A l’occasion du Festival Histoire et Cité, il m’a parlé de Luis Buñuel, de mai 68, et de tapas.