Concha Velasco in Josefina Molina's TV mini-series biopic, Teresa de Jesús

AHGBI Annual Conference

University of Exeter Monday 13th to Wednesday 15th April, 2015

This Conference coincides with the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Associuation. It also marks 500 years since Santa Teresa's birth.

Further information about the Association is available from their website:


The conference key-note lectures will be delivered by Professor Maria Delgado (Theatre and Screen Arts, Queen Mary, University of London) and Prof Catherine Davies, University of Nottingham.

The conference will include a journalism panel with confirmed speakers Giles Tremlett (contributing editor to The Guardian, Madrid correspondent for The Economist and author of Ghosts of Spain [Faber&Faber]), John Hooper (Southern Europe editor for The Observer and The Guardian and author of The New Spaniards [Penguin]) and William Chislett (former correspondent of The Times in Madrid, researcher at the Real Instituto Elcano and author of Spain: What Everyone Needs to Know [OUP]).

Local organisers are Prof Sally Faulkner, Dr Katharine Murphy and Dr Jon Bradbury in Hispanic Studies.

Delegates may now register for the conference using our online store.
Before booking, please make your choice from the AHGBI Gala Menu, if attending on Monday 13 April, and book online here for the conference. There are options to book the full residential or non-residential conference, or single days. 

If you would like to book a place at the Tabu film screening in advance, please do so via this link, Tabu film screening. Tickets will also be available for purchase, subject to availability, prior to the screening itself.

Follow this link for details on Conference support for Postgraduates and Early Career Researchers.


Maps and useful information: Click on the links below to view Maps of the University and surrounding area.

Streatham Campus, please note Holland Hall is No. 62, XFI Conference Venue is No. 30. The visitor car park is car park C in North Park Road.

St Davids Station and Exeter Picture House.

Walking map of Exeter.

  Spanish Embassy Logo

The conference is generously supported by the Spanish Embassy and Santander Universities.