23 May 2018
Historian Jordi Bilbeny’s latest book on Columbus claims he was a Catalan noble born in 1414
The new head of the Fundació Miró says he wants to “revitalise” the artist and show his work off the world
For centuries theories have cast doubt over whether the plays attributed to the Bard were actually written by the Stratford playwright
Miniseries replays the tragic events that took place in Texas in 1993 from a viewpoint that challenges the official narrative
Avancem is an innovative pilot project involving the Catalan government and schools aiming to integrate language teaching and the coordination of language teachers with the aim of achieving true plurilingualism
Having trained at the Max Planck Institute in Munich and the National Center for Scientific Research in Paris, Núria Sebastián is today a professor of psychology at Pompeu Fabra University, where the...
April 23 is one of the country’s main annual dates when people are out searching for the ideal Sant Jordi gift
How did a little-known Roman soldier executed in a religious dispute go on to become a revered religious figure in places and cultures all over the world?
Ever wondered what Sant Jordi means for a bookshop in central Barcelona? We did too, so we dropped in to Come In English bookshop on Carrer Balmes for a chat with those responsible for filling the stands and shelves on the big day
Over a dozen experienced journalists have been preparing the launch of the new weekly magazine, La República, for weeks. The project instigated by employee-led company Maig 2011 is headed by Carles Ribera...
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