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2016 May 06

A Quest for the Truth about a Chivalric Monster: an Analysis of two Opposite Literary Portraits of King Richard III

4:00pm to 5:00pm

Location: 

RCC Seminar Room, 26 Trowbridge St., Cambridge, MA 02138

RCC is pleased to announce this talk organized by Prof. Francisco Prado-Vilar, RCC Fellow and Scientific Director of the Santiago Cathedral Project, featuring Iago Boán Francis, PhD Candidate, in the Department of English and German Philology at the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain.... Read more about A Quest for the Truth about a Chivalric Monster: an Analysis of two Opposite Literary Portraits of King Richard III

2016 Apr 28

Who is to Blame? Reflections on Eurozone Decision-Making Processes and Governance During the Economic Crisis

4:15pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Hoffmann Room, Busch Hall

RCC is pleased to announce this event at the Center for European Studies at Harvard, featuring Joaquín AlmuniaFormer Vice President and Commissioner for Competition, European Commission, 2010-2014.... Read more about Who is to Blame? Reflections on Eurozone Decision-Making Processes and Governance During the Economic Crisis

2016 Apr 15

Challenges in North Africa after the Arab Spring: Visions from a Transatlantic Perspective

Registration Closed 11:00am to 12:00pm

Location: 

The Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Hoffmann Room, Busch Hall

RCC is pleased to announce this event at the Center for European Studies at Harvard, featuring Bernardino León, General Director, Emirates Diplomatic Academy, Former Special Representative and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya.... Read more about Challenges in North Africa after the Arab Spring: Visions from a Transatlantic Perspective

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2016 Apr 23

Harvard Spain 2016 Conference

(All day)

Location: 

Piper Auditorium, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University

RCC is pleased to announce “Spain Brain Drain” is a one day-long conference that will examine the brain drain that Spain has recently experienced as a consequence of one decade of economic crisis.... Read more about Harvard Spain 2016 Conference

2016 Apr 05

Google VS. the EU Commission: European Competition Policy in a Globalized World

4:30pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Hoffmann Room, Busch Hall

RCC is pleased to announce this event at the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies at Harvard, featuring Joaquín AlmuniaFormer Vice President and Commissioner for Competition, European Commission, 2010-2014.... Read more about Google VS. the EU Commission: European Competition Policy in a Globalized World

2016 May 13
2014 Sep 19

RCC Fellows Meeting

11:00am to 1:00pm

Location: 

RCC, 26 Trowbridge. Cambridge MA 02138

José Manuel Martínez Sierra, RCC Director, invites all Fellows and Associates to attend this meeting.

This is a preparatory event that will be held in view of the incoming Opening Ceremony, that will be held on Sept. 29th, at 5pm.

Please, join us to discuss interesting issues and news!

Alumni

HBS YardThe RCC Alumni Association is a legally registered entity aimed at providing scientific exchange between RCC former Fellows and Harvard University.

The Association organizes lectures, seminars and workshops in different areas of knowledge. These events are open to academic audiences and featured by RCC Fellows, Associates and...

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2014 Sep 15

Workshop in International Economics

Mon - Thu, Sep 15 to Sep 18, 6:55am - 6:55am

Location: 

RCC, 26 Trowbridge. Cambridge MA 02138

RCC is honored to host the VI Workshop in International Economics sponsored by Fundación Rafael del Pino and Fundación CECO.

The director of the event is Diego A. Comín (Harvard Business School).

Read this flyer for further information.

2014 Apr 24

Spaces of Dialogue. I International Conference on Transatlantic Literature

Thu - Fri, Apr 24 to Apr 25, 9:30am - 6:00pm

Location: 

RCC, 26 Trowbridge. Cambridge MA 02138

Space and how the human experience revolves around it has been one of the common tropes of literature. No matter the nature of the written or oral text,the common frame has been the interaction between men and women locked up within a frame – be that domestic, work, or even natural – in which and/against which the self is defined. These surroundings have greatly influenced the literary work, erecting boundaries or liberating it through the creation new fantastic spaces. However, with the discovery of the New World, these boundaries got broader, as the literary minds of the Old World were...

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