Marie Sklodowska-Curie Workshop

Marie Sklodowska-Curie Workshop is a monthly meeting of people who wish to discuss historical knowledge and its public use. In principle, it is open to general public and it is attended not only by people who study or work in the academia, but also by those who have left it. The sessions are in Spanish or English language, depending on the person in charge of each session. The texts can be in English, Spanish and French, independently of the language of each session. 
The workshop bears the name of the Polish-French scientist and Nobel Prize holder Marie Sklodowska-Curie, an inspiring woman who combined the passion for science with the ethics of sharing knowledge freely. Another reason for choosing her as the patron of the workshop is the fact that it developed within the framework of the TECHDEM Project, funded by the Marie Curie Action of the European Commission. 
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The workshop takes place in the historical building of La Corrala, in the city centre of Madrid (metro La Latina).
La Corrala Cultural Centre, Aula Roja (Red Hall), 16:45 – 19:15

Darina Martykánová

Darina Martykánová is historian, dealing mainly with Spain and the Ottoman Empire. She works at the Departament of Modern History of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Her research focuses on the history of professions and on transnational circulation of knowledge. Her second line of research concerns the redefinition of masculinites in interaction with the discourse of "progress of civilisation".

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