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Until the eighteenth century, as Eva María Valero Juan points out,[7] Don Quixote had meant laughter, mockery and amusement in Mexican territory. It was not really read by the Mexican scholars who represented high culture, but by other scholars and writers of a much more festive and popular character whose references to Don Quixote were directed towards the praise of the man of action they found in its protagonist. One of the writers who, mainly at the end of the eighteenth and beginning of the nineteenth century, approached Cervantes’ work to discover the concepts of writing and revolution and who knew how to value it was José Joaquín Fernández de Lizardi.

José Joaquín Fernández de Lizardi, within his vast production, makes repeated mentions to the life and work of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, particularly to the Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha, sometimes to take examples, other times to praise him and also to denigrate him.

It should be noted that Mexico was the country where the first Spanish-American edition of Don Quixote was published in 1833 by the printer Mariano Arevalo. An 1841 essay on Don Quixote written by the Yucatecan Pablo Moreno, a professor of Latin and philosophy, of whose writings, except for the present one, no records have been preserved. The text, printed by Justo Sierra O’Reilly in El Museo Yucateco, is entitled “Algunas observaciones críticas sobre el Quijote”[10].

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Raquel Chang-Rodríguez (PhD, New York University), is Distinguished Professor of Hispanic literature and culture at The City College and Graduate Center, City University of New York. She recently co-edited and translated into English Relación de los mártires en las provincias de La Florida (2018) by the Peruvian Franciscan Luis Jerónimo de Oré. She is the editor, co-editor, and author of twenty-two books, including Talking Books with Mario Vargas Llosa: A Retrospective (2020), Cartografía garcilasista (2013), Beyond Books and Borders: Garcilaso de la Vega, and “La Florida del Inca” (2006). Founding editor of the Colonial Latin American Review, in 2016 the American Academy of Language (ANLE) awarded her the “Enrique Anderson Imbert” prize in recognition of her professional career. Chang-Rodríguez is an “Honorary Professor” at the University of San Marcos, and in 2011 the National University of Athens, Greece, awarded her a Doctorate Honoris Causa.

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The courses have a duration of 40 hours and a very competitive price of 275€ for CEU students. The courses are taught in compatible and comfortable schedules for students, are communicative classes, and work on all language skills.

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In a globalized and interconnected world, knowing languages has become an indispensable element to access the professional world. At CEU San Pablo University we have joined forces with the Goethe-Institut to make it easier for all students to finish their studies with a level of German that allows them to function in an international professional environment.

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Nacido de la Guerra contra las Drogas de Estados Unidos, un indio aymara llamado Evo -respaldado por una tropa de cultivadores de hoja de coca- recorre los Andes y el Amazonas en vaqueros y zapatillas de deporte, liderando un intento histórico de convertirse en el primer presidente indígena de Bolivia.

“Botín de guerra” habla de una horrible tragedia perpetrada por el gobierno represivo argentino a finales de los 70 y principios de los 80. Este régimen fue responsable de la desaparición de muchos disidentes políticos y de la demencial Guerra de las Malvinas. “Botín” se centra específicamente en los hijos de los numerosos disidentes asesinados y en las abuelas que se organizaron para presionar por la devolución de los niños.

Por primera vez en la historia del fútbol, una selección mundial de estrellas va a jugar contra una selección mundial de… ¡niños! Iván es un niño de once años que ha sido seleccionado para jugar en esta selección mundial de niños y participar en el partido más loco e imprevisible de la historia del fútbol. Y este partido va a ser mucho más difícil porque Iván también compite con Morenilla para ganar el corazón de Paula. Pero Morenilla es una cabeza más alta que él y también mejor en el fútbol…