The Department of Culture has presented the V edition of the Permanent International Seminar 'Understanding the Iberian Worlds' that will take place on December 16 and 17 in the auditorium 'Pablo Corbalán' of the Municipal House of Culture.
The presentations will be included in the theme 'The Immaculate Conception and the representation of the world in the seventeenth century'.
The seminar has the collaboration of the University of Murcia and the Coredex Columnary Network.
The events will begin on Monday, December 16 at 7:45 p.m. with the presentation of the program.
Then, with the presidency of the professor of the University of Murcia Javier Guillamón, the presentation 'The Paradise in the new world: the identity of the Creoles in the seventeenth century through their descriptions of the American territory', will be presented from the professor at the Autonomous University of Madrid Eva Margarita Rodríguez.
We will continue with the talk 'Agents of integration in times of early globalization', by the member of the Royal Academy of History and professor at the Complutense University of Madrid Carmen Sanz.
On Tuesday, December 17, the professor of the University of Murcia Sergio Yago will also preside.
The presentations' Beyond the hall of the Kingdoms: the representation of war in the seventeenth century 'will be heard from the professor of the University of the Study of Valencia Manuel Lomas and' Represent the purity.
The images of the Immaculate Conception in the 16th and 17th centuries' by the professor of the Jaume I University Pablo González.
At the end of this V edition, the book 'The Immaculate Conception and the Hispanic Monarchy' will be presented, published this year by the Fondo de Cultura Económica, one of the world's most prestigious publishers in the field.
The contents of the professor of the Ã‰cole des Hautes Ã‰tudes in Social Sciences of Paris Bernard Vincent, the professor of the Autonomous University of Madrid Roberto Quirós and the Official Chronicler of Ricote, Dimas Ortega.
The Councilor for Culture, Jesus Verdú, has stressed that the presentations "will allow us to know the historical context of the origin of the Feasts of the Virgin", which are celebrated these days in Yecla, which "will create a scientific knowledge that will help its recognition as Intangible Heritage of Humanity ".
For his part, the coordinator of the seminar and director of the Municipal Archaeological Museum 'Cayetano de Mergelina', Liborio Ruiz, thanked the work of José Javier Ruiz as co-organizer.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Yecla