Camino portugués de Santiago: a cultural heritage for the new Europe International congress

The III Camino Portugués de Santiago: a Cultural Heritage for the New Europe International Congress will take place in Tui (Spain), Valença do Minho (Portugal) and Santiago de Compostela (Spain) on 14-16 November 2019.

Organisation

This academic activity is organised jointly by the Compostela Group of Universities, the Cátedra do Camiño de Santiago e das Peregrinacións de la Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, and the Càtedra d’Estudis Jurídics Locals Màrius Viadel i Martín of the Rovira i Virgili University.

Scientific management

Prof. Dr Miguel Taín Guzmán

  • Professor of Art History accredited as Full-Professor at the University of Santiago de Compostela.
  • Director of the Cátedra do Camiño de Santiago e das Peregrinacións.

Prof. Dr María Teresa Carballeira Rivera

  • Professor of Administrative Law accredited as Full-Professor at the University of Santiago de Compostela.
  • Executive Secretary of the Compostela Group of Universities.

Prof. Dr Josep Ramon Fuentes i Gasó

  • Professor of Administrative Law at the Rovira i Virgili University.
  • Director of the Càtedra d’Estudis Jurídics Locals Màrius Viadel i Martín of the Rovira i Virgili University.

 

Scientific committee

Prof. Dr Marek Kręglewski

  • Full-Professor at the Faculty of Chemistry of Adam Mickiewicz University.
  • President of the Compostela Group of Universities.

Prof. Dr María Jose Azevedo Santos

  • Member of the International Committee of Experts of the Camino de Santiago.

Daniel Lorenzo Santos

  • Director of the Foundation Cathedral of Santiago.
  • Co-director of the Cátedra do Camiño de Santiago e das Peregrinacións of the University of Santiago de Compostela.

Prof. Dr Mario Spasiano

  • Full-Professor of Administrative Law of the Luigi Vanvitelli University.

Prof. Dr Paolo Caucci von Saucken

  • President of the International Committee of Experts of the Camino de Santiago.

Prof. Dr María-Luiza Hrestic

  • Associated Professor of Administrative Law at Targoviste University.

Prof. Dr Alessandra Aparecida Silveria

  • Associate Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Minho.

Prof. Dr Lucía Casado Casado

  • Professor of Administrative Law at the Rovira i Virgili University.
  • Vice-director of the Càtedra d’Estudis Jurídics Locals Màrius Viadel i Martín of the Rovira i Virgili University.

Prof. Dr Domingo González Lopo

  • Professor of Modern History at the University of Santiago de Compostela.

Prof. Dr Marta Cendón Fernández

  • Professor of Art History at the University of Santiago de Compostela.

Prof. Dr Michella Pasalacqua

  • Professor of Administrative Law of the University of Pisa.

Prof. Dr Judith Gifreu i Font

  • Full Professor of Administrative Law at the Autonoma de Barcelona University.

Prof. Dr Aitana de la Varga Pastor

  • Interim Professor of Administrative Law at the Rovira i Virgili University.
  • Vice-director of the Càtedra d’Estudis Jurídics Locals Màrius Viadel i Martín of the Rovira i Virgili University.

Programme

Those persons interested in participating in this academic activity can read the preliminary programme of the international congress.

Programme III Camino Portugues de Santiago a Cultural Heritage for the New Europe International Congress

 

Registration

Free registration

Online registration form (available in Spanish)

 

Accommodation and meals

All attendees, with the exception of grant recipients, will be responsible for their own travel and living expenses during the international congress. If free places are available on the organisation’s bus, they will be allocated in the order of registration.

Participation

Participation in the academic activity is open to all those persons interested in the main topics covered: cultural heritage, the Camino the Santiago, the history of the pilgrimage route and its legal implications. Those participants who wish to receive a diploma accrediting their attendance to the international congress may indicate it in the list that the organisers will distribute at the beginning of the activity. It will be necessary to have 80% attendance to receive it.

It is necessary to bear in mind that the main languages in which the presentations and round tables will be conducted will be Spanish, Galician and Portuguese.

 

Grants

The organisation of the III Camino Portugués de Santiago: a cultural heritage for the new Europe International Congress offers 12 grants for accommodation and meals to students and doctoral students who wish to participate in the academic activity. Given that this year the activities will take place in different municipalities, the organisers of the activity have decided to update the guidelines of the call and remove the condition of not residing in any of the towns in which the activities will take place.

The guidelines of the call are available down below:

III Camino portugués de Santiago a cultural heritage for the new Europe international congress grants

Update III Camino portugués de Santiago cultural heritage new Europe international congress grants

Online application form.

Declaration commitment and responsibility III Camino portugués de Santiago a cultural heritage for the new Europe international congress

Declaration commitment and responsibility III Camino portugués de Santiago a cultural heritage for the new Europe international congress.

The graduate and postgraduate students interested in the call will have until 2 November 2019 to submit their applications and the resolution of the call will be published on 5 November 2019.