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Welcome to the homepage of The Atlantis Project: Women and Words in Spain, 1890-1936. This is the new home of the project formerly known as Spain’s Women Intellectuals, 1890-1920, which was hosted at the University of Liverpool between 2004 and 2012. In October 2012, the project moved to the University of Warwick, but its mission remains the same: to track down, recover, collect and analyse bio-bibliographical information about women writers in Spain during the first decades of the twentieth century. Intrigued by the change of name? Click here to find out more!.
Wondering who the faces in the background belong to? Among others, you’ll find Rosario de Acuña, Julia de Asensi, Sofía Casanova, María Luisa Castellanos, Filomena Dato Muruais, Concepción Gimeno de Flaquer, Sarah Lorenzana, Isabel Oyarzabal de Palencia, Gloria de la Prada, and Blanca de los Ríos. How many can you identify?
19 October 2012 | Welcome to the relaunched project website! Over the rest of 2012 and 2013, we will be working to create a fully-searchable online version of the project database, which currently contains over 500 women writers, 1600 works and 180 translations. To whet your appetites in the meantime, why not have a look at the static index of women who appear in the database?