Book Presentation “Making Out in the Mainstream: GLAAD and the Politics of Respectability” by Vincent Doyle

December 1st, 2016, 7.30pm • Venue: room E-107 (Maria de Molina 4)

The IE Humanities Center is please to invite you to join us on World AIDS Day for Professor Vincent Doyle’s presentation of his new book Making Out in the Mainstream, on the rise and evolution of GLAAD, formerly known as the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, one of the most important LGBTQ rights organizations in the United States.

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Roundtable Discussion “What the Trump?”

Monday, November 21st 2016, 7.30pm • Venue: Aula Magna (Maria de Molina 11)

The IE Humanities Center invites you to a Roundtable Discussion “What the Trump?” to discuss the recent US election and its consequences. A panel of professors from IE will help us consider the economic, political, historical and cultural significance of the election of Donald Trump to the US presidency.

Panelists: Gayle Allard, Benjamin Barber, Evangelos Liaras, David Moshfegh, Ruth Palmer. Moderator: Rolf Strom-Olsen.

Cycle India Present & Future “Economy: The Emergence of a New Player”

Thursday 20 October 2016, 7pm • Venue: Room F001 (Maria de Molina 2)

Speakers: Pradeep Bhargava (Chief Representative India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh CaixaBank) and Patricia Gabaldón (Assistant Professor of Economic Environment at IE Business School). Chaired by Kiron Ravindran (Associate Dean of the Masters in Management Programs at IE Business School)

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“LITERARY ACTIVIST” Namita Gokhale in conversation with Miguel Larrañaga

Tuesday 20 September 2016, 12.30pm • Venue: Campus de Santa Cruz la Real–IE University, Sala Capitular

This is India Year in Spain, celebrating 60 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Writer and publisher Namita Gokhale is the co-founder and co-director of the Jaipur Literature Festival and of ‘Mountain Echoes’: A Bhutan Literature Festival. She is the author of 13 books of fiction and non fiction, among them Paro: Dreams of Passion, her debut novel, The Book of Shiva and her soon to be released novel Things to Leave Behing. A literary activist she also passionately promotes Indian’s language literatures worldwide. She talks to Miguel Larrañaga, humanities professor and vice rector of IE University.