Research network

International network

The project Spanish in Europe is an international, interdisciplinar and cooperative network constituted by 11 research teams, distributed over 49 countries. Approximately 100 researchers are working together in this scientific collaboration that makes possible the analysis of the demolinguistic reality of the Spanish language in Europe and, for the first time, provides a quantitative description of the spaces of Spanish and its speakers throughout the entire continent.

Directors

Francisco Moreno Fernández, Heidelberg Center for Ibero-American Studies, Heidelberg University
Óscar Loureda, Heidelberg Center for Ibero-American Studies, Heidelberg University
Johannes Kabatek, Romanisches Seminar, University of Zurich

Research groups according to the geographic áreas

Germany

Óscar Loureda (Heidelberg University); Francisco Moreno-Fernández (Heidelberg University) (coord.); Héctor Álvarez Mella (Heidelberg University);  David Scheffler (Heidelberg University)

Benelux

Bert Cornillie (KU Leuven)

Central Europe

Tibor Berta (University of Szeged); Mária Medveczká (Comenius University in Bratislava)Radana Štrbáková (Comenius University in Bratislava)Andrej Zielinski (U. Jagelónica de Cracovia); Cecylia Tatoj (University of Silesia); Jana Peskova (University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice)

 Southern Europe

Barbara Pihler Ciglić (University of Ljubljana); Jelena Filipović (University of Belgrade) (coord.); Cristina Bleortu (University of Zurich); Paul Buzilă (University of Bucharest); Ilinca Ilian (West University of Timișoara); Ana Jovanović (University of Belgrade);  Marjana Sifrar Kalan (University of Ljubljana); Marko Kapović (University of Zadar); Ioannis Kioridis (University of Belgrade); Ivana Kovać Barett (University of Donja Gorica); Jelena Kovać (University of Belgrade); Dámaso Izquierdo Alegría (University of Navarra) Dora Mancheva (University of Geneva and Sofia University); Milena Marinkova; Kiriakí Palapanidi (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens); Igor Popovski (Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje); Anastasi Prodani (University of Tirana); Angela Rosca (Moldova State University);  Edina Spahić (University of Sarajevo);  Alina Titei (Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași); Ivana Ustamujić (United World College Mostar); Ivana Vućina Simović (University of Belgrade); Vita Veselko (University of Ljubljana)

Eastern Europe

Hasmik Badhdasaryan (Yerevan State University); Elena Belaziorova; Olena Bratel (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv); Ana Gvelesiani (Tbilisi State University); Tetiana Hunko (Oles Honchar Dnipro National University); Dámaso Izquierdo Alegría (University of Navarra); Ketevan Khuskivadze (Tbilisi State University); Ana León-Manzanero (Latvian Academy of Culture); Natalia Popova (University Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyev); Oleksandr Pronkevych (Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University); Ana León (Latvia); Lilia Vasilievna Moiseenko (Moscow State Linguistic University); Alla Zentchenko; Vigilija Ziuraite (Vytautas Magnus University)

France

 Marcelo Tano (University of Lorraine) (coord.); Mónica Alaez-Galán; (Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse 3); David Scheffler (Universidad de Heidelberg)

Italy

Milin Bonomi (University of Milan) (coord.); Nieves Arribas Estera (University of Insubria); Maria Vittoria Calvi (University of Milan); Marcella Uberti-Bona (University of Milan)

Nordic countries

Linda Flores Ohlson (University of Gothenburg) (coord.); María Bernal (Stockholm University), Erla Erlendsdóttir (University of Iceland); Susana S. Fernández (Aarhus University); Nuria Frías Jiménez (University of Island); Hólmfridur Gardarsdóttir (University of Iceland); Jukka Havu (Tampere University); Nieves Hernández Flores; (University of Copenhagen); José María Izquierdo Paredes (University of Oslo); Antonio Morata (Aarhus University); Kati Tähtinen

Portugal

José María Santos Rovira (University of Lisbon)

United Kingdom and Ireland

Javier Muñoz-Basols (University of Oxford) (coord.); Mara Fuertes Gutiérrez (The Open University), Carlos Soler Montes (The University of Edinburgh), Craig Neville (University College Cork); Lucía Pintado Gutiérrez (Dublin City University)

Switzerland

Johannes Kabatek (University of Zurich) (coord.); Charlotte Blattner (Heidelberg University); Charlotte de France (University of Zurich); Yoselin Henriques
(University of Zurich)

Contact

Heidelberg Center for Ibero-American Studies
Brunnengasse 1
69117 Heidelberg

spanish@europa-hcias.de