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DLAC Network: new phase

We’re pleased to share the news that the DLAC Network is growing! We have recently invited several new colleagues to join us (the original members: Claire Taylor, Thea Pitman and Tori Holmes) in thinking about the cultural dimensions of new media in Latin America.

The new members will be introduced in a series of short blog posts over the coming weeks and months, but the list is as follows:

Professor Matthew Brown, Professor in Latin American History, Bristol

Dr Edward King, Lecturer in Portuguese and Lusophone Studies, Bristol

Dr Rachel Randall, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in Portuguese and Spanish, Oxford (taking up a lectureship in Hispanic Media and Digital Cultures at Bristol in 2018)

Paul Spence, Senior Lecturer in Digital Humanities, King’s College London

We look forward to working together and to this new phase in the DLAC Network!

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