The Association of Hispanists of Great Britain & Ireland (AHGBI) is a professional association of academics and researchers working in all areas of Hispanic Studies in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. The Association represents a very diverse discipline, in terms of both geographical coverage (Spain, Portugal, Latin America and other Hispanic and Lusophone parts of the world) and objects of study (language, literature, film, popular culture, visual culture, music, history). We promote research and advanced study in all these areas, and represent the interests of our scholarly community at national and international levels. The Association is a registered UK charity.
The AHGBI is a member of the Red Europea de Asociaciones de Hispanistas (REAH).
This website provides information about the Association:
– how it supports postgraduate and early-career researchers
– our annual conference
There are also useful listings:
To showcase the outstanding work that British and Irish Hispanists do, there are details of:
– books recently published by members of the Association
– major research projects they are leading
– blogs and research group websites
Log in at the top of the page to access the Directory of Hispanists. This allows you to check and edit your own details, and add information about your research interests. You can also find information about fellow Hispanists and the Departments in which they work.
Also available to members when you log in: apply for the Mentoring Scheme and submit details of New Books by Hispanists.
The photographs on the site were taken by members of the Association
The 2019 conference of the Association of Hispanists will be held at Durham University in late March or early April.
The 2018 conference of the Association of Hispanists will be held at the University of Leeds in late March or early April.
The 2017 conference of the Association of Hispanists will be held at Cardiff University on 10-12 April. Deadline for proposals: 14 October 2016. Download Call for Papers: conference-CFP-2017 Twitter feed