Note: This course listing is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a contract between CIEE and any applicant, student, institution, or other party. The courses, as described, may be subject to change as a result of ongoing curricular revisions, assignment of lecturers and teaching staff, and program development. Courses may be canceled due to insufficient enrollment.
CIEE Study Center Syllabi
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COMM 3301 MADR
Intercultural Communication and Leadership
The ICL course is focused on further developing and practicing intercultural communication and leadership skills that students can use while in Madrid and in many other aspects of their lives. Students deepen their engagement in and understanding of the local culture through lectures, readings, interactive sessions both inside and outside the classroom. Students achieve and learn how to use their study abroad experience to develop global leadership skills. Credit: 3 semester/4.5 quarter hours.
INDR 3003 MADR
Directed Independent Research
CIEE supports qualified students who wish to pursue an academically rigorous independent research project while abroad. In order to enroll in a directed independent research project, students must submit a research proposal including a clearly defined research topic, explanation of research plans, description of preparation in the planned area of study, list of resources, tentative outline of a final paper and suggested schedule of progress. Students will complete a total of 135 hours of work and meet regularly with an advisor to complete an academically rigorous, ethically sound, and culturally appropriate research project and final research paper. Approval for participation in Directed Independent Research must be obtained from the CIEE resident director and the student’s home institution prior to arrival on the program. Contact hours: 45. Recommended credit: 3 semester/4.5 quarter hours.
INSH 3003 MADR
Qualified students have the opportunity to pursue an internship in an area of academic or career interest through special field placements offered in the CIEE internship course. The internship course exposes students to the realities of collaborating with non-profit organizations and local and international companies where they can increase their knowledge, explore their interests and abilities, and develop fundamental skills to launch their future career path. Eligibility for the internship is determined by the student’s language ability, background, academic interest, and professional attitude. On-site internship work is complemented by a solid academic component that meets weekly and is taught in Spanish. Total hours: 135–160. Recommended credit: 3 semester/4.5 quarter hours.
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Courses
The following list is for informational purposes only. Updated class offerings and information is available at www.uc3m.es/portal/page/portal/international/students/hisp_studies.
Required Estudios Hispánicos Language Courses
Students are required to enroll in one of the following Spanish language courses during their first semester of participation in the program. Students who place at the near native speaker level, or prove they are Spanish-heritage students with a bilingual level during the on-site placement test will be exempt from this language course requirement.
Advanced Spanish Language
This course is aimed at students who have completed advanced grammar at the college level but do not have native oral fluency. Special attention is paid to grammar and vocabulary, in addition to notions, functions, and uses of the language in real speaking situations. Classroom instruction includes film viewing and participatory exercises.
Upper Intermediate Spanish Language / Upper Intermediate Spanish Composition
These courses are designed for students who cannot demonstrate advanced grammar knowledge of Spanish on the placement exam. Through an emphasis on writing, combined with a grammar review, students are expected to acquire functional and useful language skills for daily practice.
Estudios Hispánicos Elective Courses
The following list is a representative sampling of courses available. Not all courses are offered each semester. The final list of courses may be consulted on the university’s website at www.uc3m.es/portal/page/portal/international/students/hisp_studies/subjects_ceh or upon arrival in Madrid.
This course studies the evolution of art and architecture in Spain from the 17th century to the present. Students analyze artistic and historical meaning of masterworks by El Greco, Velazquez, Goya, Picasso, and other Spanish artists. Studies are complemented with museum and other site visits in Madrid.
This course enables students to understand the meaning of film through theory and practice of Spanish cinema. Students are expected to learn the language of film, while also delving deeper into assessing Spanish films from Surrealism, the Franco Era, and the democracy transition era to current trends.
Derecho Español y Europeo
This course is an overview of legal concepts, structures, and constitutions in Spain and the European Union. Students assess civil and commercial law, labor relations, penal codes, finance law, and court processes in Spain, while also assessing the judicial and constitutional structure of the European Union.
Economía Española y Europea
(Prerequisite: micro and macroeconomics course in college)
This course analyzes economic concepts such as productivity, employment, public sector, monetary and fiscal policy, and interest rates as they relate to Spain and the European Union. Students also look at the economic relationship of Spain and the European Union towards the rest of the world.
This advanced Spanish course analyzes various grammatical uses of language in written texts found in popular Spanish culture. A section also focuses on language and idiomatic use by Spanish youth. The teaching methodology is based on modern communicative approaches. This course is not a conversation class and cannot be substituted for the required Advanced Spanish Language and Composition course.
Designed for business and economics students, the objective of this class is to gain expertise in Spanish vocabulary and language skills essential to negotiation, conflict management, banking, stock markets, advertising, consumer products, international trade, company organization, insurance and pricing methods, e-commerce, and human resources. This course cannot be substituted for the required Advanced Spanish Language and Composition course.
In an attempt to better understand Spain today, students study the cultural production in Spain from 1931 to the present including “high” versus “mass” culture, analyzing popular texts, publicity and speeches, listening to popular music, and critiquing audio visual materials. The goal of the course is to explore the myriad of cultural expressions that form the collective memory of contemporary Spanish society. Students also participate in three class excursions.
Historia de España
Students gain an ample knowledge of Spain’s past and present by researching the history of Spain from pre-historic times, Medieval Age, Golden Age, Enlightenment, and the 20th century. The final objective is to have a complex understanding of the historical development of Spain through today.
Historia del Presente: España de Hoy
Through lectures, critical newspaper analysis, and readings, students grasp insight into the historical paradigms that face contemporary Spain. Students evaluate themes related to the Second Republic, Spanish Civil War, Franco era, transition to democracy, contemporary immigration, and terrorism.
Instituciones Españolas y Europeas
The course objective is a critical overview of the monarchy, executive, judicial, legislative, and other institutions in the Spanish state system and its challenges. The other half of the course is focused on evaluating the major institutions and branches of the European Union.
Literatura Española (siglos XIX y XX)
The objective of this course is to follow a critical development of Spanish literature in the 19th and 20th centuries by reading several works of Peres Galdos, Unamuno, Valle-Inclán, and Garcia Lorca, and selected texts of poetry and short stories. Students are exposed to such Spanish literary trends as realismo, naturalismo, modernismo, novecentismo, vanguardia, existencialismo, realismo social, and posmodernidad.
Literatura Hispanoamericana (siglo XX)
This course evaluates 20th century Latin American literature through short story narrative and poetry. Students read works by such authors as Horacio Quiroga, Juan Rulfo, Pablo Neruda, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and others.
Literatura del Siglo de Oro
The course explores the main trends of 16th and 17th century literature during Spain’s most glorious literary periods. Students read Renaissance and Baroque literature and gain an appreciation of the aesthetics of fiction through its analysis and critique.
Medioambiente y Sociedad en España
This course aims to give students a solid understanding of the physical and human geography of Spain. Topics include vegetation, climate, population, urban geography, regionalism, immigration, and other geographic concepts. Classes are combined with class outings including day excursions in Madrid and Segovia.
Periodismo y Medios de Comunicación en España
This course looks at the role of journalism and media in society with a particular emphasis on the political and social evolution of contemporary Spain. Students also investigate methods of critical news reporting and media research.
Politica y Sociedad en la España Contemporánea
Students explore the dynamics of Spanish society through a brief introduction to institutions and history. They explore current events through practical applications and presentations through individual and group work and two-day excursions.
Sociología del Género en España
In this introductory course, students learn gender theory and issues as they relate to the Spanish context. Students explore the controversial issue of equality and look at family life, education, the media, and sociocultural changes with respect to the State and Human Rights.
Teatro Español: Del Texto al Scenario
Students assess the fundamental periods of Spanish theater in the Golden Age and the 20th century as a literary genre and read the works by such playwrights as Lope de Vega, Valle-Inclán, Garcia Lorca, and others.
Teoría y Práctica del Cuento en Español
The focus of this course is on Spanish short story narrative, its origins, and structure. Students read texts by literary short story writers such as Garcia Marquez, Borges, Fuentes, Cortazar, and Poniatowska, and write short essays that incorporate writing techniques such as space, point of view, story argument, and playwriting.
Regular University Courses
Please visit the University website for more information at www.uc3m.es/portal/page/portal/degree_programmes.
Social Sciences and Law
Bank Management, Creation and Administration of Small Businesses, Essentials for Business, Financial Accounting, Financial Systems and Institutions, Game Theory, The Genesis of the Modern Firm, Human Resource Management, International Trade, Introduction to Consumer Behavior, Macroeconomics, Management Accounting, Marketing, Mathematics for Economics I, Methods for Quality Control, Multivariate Techniques for Data Analysis, Operations Management, The Origins of the Modern Firm, Organizational Design, Organizational Economics, Patrimonial Law, Principles of Economics, Sociology of Work, Strategic Management, and Statistics II
Asset Valuation, Business Optimization and Simulation, Commercial Law, Dynamic and Financial Econometrics, Econometrics, Economic History, Financial Economics, Financial Management, Financial and Services Marketing, Financial Statement Analysis, Industrial Organization, Innovation and Technological Change, International Business Management, International Finance, Introduction to Accounting, Marketing Management, Marketing Research, Mathematics for Economics II, Microeconomics, Monetary and Financial Macroeconomics, Optimization and Simulation for Business, Organizational Behavior, Predication Techniques, Supply Chain Management, Statistics I, and Technological Chance
Advanced Mathematics for Economics, Advanced Microeconomics, Econometric Techniques, Economic Growth, Economic Progress in Spain: 1850–2000, Economics of European Integration, Essentials of Business, Financial Systems and Institutions, Game Theory, Introduction to Patrimonial Law, Labor Economics, Macroeconomics, Markets and Environment, Mathematics for Economics I, Microeconomic Theory, Principles of Economics, Public Economics, Regional and Urban Economics, Social and Political Theory, Statistics II, Topics in Industrial Organization, and Quantitative Microeconomics
Accounting I, Advanced Econometrics, Applied Economics, Dynamic Macroeconomics, Econometrics, Economic History, Economics of Education, Economics of Information, Economic History, The Engines of Growth: Innovation, Institutions, and Human Capital, Financial Economics, Government Policy Evaluation, Health Economics, Industrial Organization, International Trade, Mathematics for Economics II, Microeconomics, Monetary and Financial Economics, Political Economy, The Process of European Economic Integration (since 1945), Quantitative Macroeconomics, Statistics I, Topics in Economic History, Topics in Industrial Organization, and Topics of Public Economics
Employment and Labour Relations
Administrative Law, Business Internationalization and Labour Relations, Business Taxes, Constitutional Rights in the Workplace, Cooperative Law, Employment Law, Introduction to Business Administration, Introduction to Sociology, Labour Economics, Management Planning and Decision Making in Human Resources, Management Accounting, Principles of Economics, Principles of Law, Organizational Behavior, Social Security Law, Sociology of Organizations and Work, Strategic Management, and Techniques of Social Research and Labor Market
Accounting, Analysis of Labour-Social Policy, Analysis of the Regulatory Framework of Employment Relations in Spain, Collective Labour Law, Contemporary Social and Economic History, Development Strategies for Businesses, Enterprise Law, Financial Statements Analysis, Human Capital Development Strategies, Human Resource Management, Human Resources Psychology, The Labor Market in Spain, Organizational Design, Outsourcing and Labour Relations, Rudiments of Psychology, Statistics, and Theories of Labour Relations
Film, Television, and Media
Audiovisual “Mise-en-Scene,” Audiovisual Technology, Cinema and Television in Spain, Digital Post-Production, Fiction Videomaking, Film Production, Film Studies, Fundamentals of Film and Television Direction I, History of 20th Century Spain, Introduction to Communication and Media Studies, Laboratory in Fiction Videomaking, Media Technology, Moving Image History, Principles of Economics, Reading Moving Image (Film and Television), Theory of the Image, Theory of Law, and Visual Theory
Advertising and Communication, Audiovisual and Media Landscape, Audiovisual Media Psychology, Audiovisual Narrative, Documentary Videomaking, Fundamentals of Films and Television Direction II, Journalistic Communication, Laboratory in Documental Videomaking, Laboratory in Radio, Literature in Contemporary Culture, Media Landscape, Psychology of Audiovisual Media, Publicity Communication, Radio Workshop, and Television Studies
Finance and Accounting
Auditing Financial Statements, Banking, Commercial Law, Cost Management, Corporate Management and Social Responsibility, Econometrics II, Economic History, Financial Accounting II, Financial Derivatives, Financial Econometrics, Financial Institution Systems, Financial Market Law, Introduction to Business Administration, Introduction to Patrimonial Law, Legislation on Labour Costs and Social Security, Management and Organization, Mathematics for Economics, Organization and Management, Principles of Economics, Spanish Fiscal System, and Statistics II
Business Finance Law, Econometrics I, Financial Accounting I, Financial Management, Financial Mathematics, Financial Risk Management, Financial and Service Marketing, Financial Statement Analysis, Fixed Income and Derivatives, Introduction to Accounting, Management Control, Microeconomics, Monetary and Financial Economics, Optimization and Simulation in Business, and Statistics I
Argumentative and Opinion Journalism, Communication in Business, Economic Journalism, Information Law in Multimedia and Interactive Contexts, Institutional Information, Interpretive Journalism, Journalism and Social Change in Spain, Journalistic Information about Situations Tendencies and Social Problems, Media Theory, Newspaper Reporting, Oration and Communication Media, Organization and Management of News Companies, Multimedia Communication: The Journalist’s story, Narrative Resources for Journalistic Reporting, Political Philosophy, Publicity in Information Media, Radio Journalism, Reporting in Depth, Techniques of Locution, Scientific and Environmental Journalism, Sports Journalism, Theory and Analysis of the Audiovisual Documentary, Thought and Belief in the Contemporary World, and Trends and Social Problems
Audiovisual Production, Applied Statistics for Journalism, Business Strategies in the Current World, Digital Documentation, Effects of Media System, Geography of the Current World, History of World Journalism, History of Writing, Editing, and Reading, Infographics in Journalistic Media, Information and Conflict I: The Media and Violence, Information and Conflict II: The Role of Religions, Informative Functions of Newspaper Design, International Journalism: Global Information, International Journalism I: Global Information, International Journalism II: International Organizations, The Journalism of Nearness: Local Information, The Journalism of Politics and Parliaments, Journalistic Treatment of Violence in the News, Local Journalism, News Reporting, Online Journalism, Participation in the Web of Civil Society, Photojournalism and the Digital Image, Research Methods in Journalism, Spanish Language Applied to the Media, Statistics Applied to Journalism, Structure and Information Effects of the Media System, and Television Journalism
Administrative Action in Specific Sectors, Civil Procedure Law, The Constitution and Sources of the Legal System, Constitutional Organization of Government, Contract Law, The Employer and his/her Legal Status, International Private Law: General, Offenses against Persons and Society, Property Rights, Public Administration Organization and Activities, Public International Law I, Roman Law, Royalty Law, The Spanish Legal System, Sindicate Rights and Labor Procedure, and Theory of Law and Sociology of Law
Basic Institutions of Administrative Law, Criminal Procedure Law, Family and Succession Law, Historical Foundations of the Legal System, Introduction to Civil Law, Labour Rights: Individual Labour Relations, Law of Obligations and Casualty Law, Legal Theory of Crime, Merchant Contracts, Offenses against Public Patrimony and Civil Servant Offenses, Principles of Economy, Public Liberties and Constitutional Rights, and Public Spending and Resource Funding
Library and Information Science
Archives, Automated Cataloguing, Cataloguing Non-Print Materials, Documental Information Law, Information and Society, Intellectual Property, Introduction to Business Administration, History of the Document, History of the Institutions, Indexing and Abstracting, Introduction to Sociology, Internet Technologies, Paleography and Diplomatics, Public and School Libraries, Records Management, User Interface Programming, and User Studies
Accessibility and Universal Design of Information, Advanced Cataloguing, Analysis and Description of Ancient Books, Analysis and Design of Database Systems, Automation Systems in Information Services, Computing, Digital Publishing, Electronic Records Management for the Enterprise, Information Centres Management and Marketing, Information Literary Services Information Policies, Knowledge of Classification Systems, Reference Service, Specialized Information Resources, and Statistics
Analysis and Evaluation of Public Policies, Comparative Politics I, Constitutional Law, European Law and Institutions, Fundamentals of Political Science, History of Contemporary Political and Electoral Processes, Introduction to Politics, Macroeconomics, and Political Actors and Behavior II, Political Analysis II, Political Philosophy, Political Representation and Electoral Analysis, Political Theory and Ideologies II, Politics and Communication, Principles of Economics, Public Expenditure and Tax Law, Public Marketing, Public Policy and Governance II, Sociology, Spanish Politics I, and Theory of Law
Accounting for Public Institutions, Administrative Law, Administrative Law II—Budget Law, Advanced Techniques for Research in Political Science, Comparative Politics II, Constitutional Law II, European Politics, Game Theory, Government and Public Policies, International Commerce, International Relations and Organizations, International Trade, Political Actors and Behaviour I, Political Advising, Political Analysis I, Political Analysis III, Political Theory and Ideologies II, Public Economics, Public Management, Public Policy and Governance II, Social Research Methods, Social Structure and Change, Spanish Politics II, Statistics, Statistics II, and The Sociology of Spain
Advanced Models and Methods of Evaluation, Contemporary History, Contemporary Social Theory, Creation Theory, Demographic Analysis, Economic and Social History of Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries, Fundamentals of Political Science, Introduction to Economics, Introduction to Law, Introduction to Politics, Introduction to Program and Organization Evaluation, Introduction to Social Research Methods, Introduction to Sociology, Political Representation and Electoral Analysis, Principles of Economics, Social Anthropology, Social Participation Processes and Methodology, Social Policy and Welfare State, Social Problems II: Family and Gender, Social Problems IV: Sociology of Climate Change, Society and the Environment, Sociology Information Sources, Sociology of Ageing, Sociology of the Organization, Spanish Politics, Sources of Information in Sociology, Techniques in Qualitative Social Investigation and Urban Sociology
Analysis of Spatial Processes and Territorial Order, Behavior and Political Actors, Classic Sociological Theory, Development of Program and Organizational Evaluation, Gender Equality Policies, Introduction to Computing, Mainstreams in the Development of the Sociological Theory, Market Research and Public Opinion, Population Theory, Organizations and International Relations, Political Sociology, Social Problems I: Inequality and Social Exclusion, Social Problems III: New Forms of Work and Changes in Labor Relations, Social Problems V: Sociology of Immigration, Social Psychology, Sociology of Development, Sociology of Knowledge, The Sociology of Spain, Statistics for Social Sciences I, Statistics for Social Sciences II, Statistics for Social Sciences III, Structure and Social Change, Theory of the People, and Quantitative Social Research Methods
Finances and Economics
Auditing Financial Statements, Banking, Commercial Law, Computer Programming, Corporate Management and Social Responsibility, Cost Management, Econometrics II, Economic History, Elementary Statistical Theory I, Exploratory Data Analysis, Finance I, Financial Accounting II, Financial Derivatives, Financial Economics, Financial Econometrics, Financial Market Law, Financial Institution Systems, Introduction to Business Administration, Introduction to Patrimonial Law, Introduction to Sociology, Management and Organization, Mathematics for Economics, Mathematical Methods I, Mathematical Methods II, Multivariate Methods, Operational Research, Principles of Economics, Quality Control, Regression Methods, Statistical Inference Methods I, and Statistics II
Accounting, Advanced Mathematical Methods I, Advanced Mathematical Methods II, Basic Principles of Databases, Business Finance Law, Computing, Corporate Finance, Econometrics I, Elementary Statistical Theory I, Financial and Service Marketing, Financial Accounting I, Financial Management, Financial Mathematics, Financial Risk Management, Financial Statement Analysis, Fixed Income and Derivatives, Introduction to Accounting, Management Control, Marketing, Marketing Research, Microeconomics, Operations Management, Optimization and Simulation in Business, Monetary and Financial Economics, Principles of Economics, Statistical Inference Methods II, Statistical Methods for Finance and Insurance, Statistics I, Stochastic Processes, Survey Sampling, Theory of Financial Accounting, and Quantitative Microeconomics.
Please note: all courses are given on Colmenarejo Campus.
Accounting, Competition and Decision Making, Economic History, Geography of the Contemporary World, Introduction to Business Administration, Introduction to Patrimonial Law, Labour Relations in the Tourism Sector, Management of Intermediary Firms, Management of Leisure Firms, Marketing, Natural and Cultural Heritage of Madrid, Operations and Processes, Principles of Economics, Public Law in Tourism, Sociology of Tourism, Spatial and Touristic Planning I, Statistics II, and Travels and Images Tourist Spaces
Advertising, Art History, Contemporary History, Contract Law in the Tourist Sector, Cultural Heritage, Cultural Tourism and Museums, Financial Management, Introduction to Sociology, Management and Organization, Market Research, Promotion and Public Relations Techniques, Statistics I, Territorial Heritage, Tourist Planning and Guide of Trips and Circuits, and Tourist Resources and Territories
Arts and Humanities
Arts and Humanities
Please note: this is a blended learning program.
Aesthetics, Antiquity and Classic Legacy, Art History I, Classical Antiquity and Legacy, Contemporary Literary Movements, Contemporary Trends in Philosophy, General Linguistics, History of America, History of Art I, History of Cinema, History of Modern Spain, History of Philosophy II, History of Theatre, History of Today’s World, International Society, Knowledge Society, Literary Movements, Metaphysics, Modern History, The Modern History of Spain, Prehistory and Ancient History, Regional Geography, Science and Historic Change, Social Theory, and Theory of Literature
Art and Heritage, Art and Technology, Art History II, Classics Culture, Comparative Literature, Contemporary Artistic Movements, Contemporary History, Contemporary History of Spain, Contemporary Literature of Spain and Ibero-America, Cultural History, Discourse Analysis, Evolution and Variations of Spanish, Gender Studies, Geography, Gender Studies, History of Contemporary International Relations, History of Economic Thought, History of Music, History of Philosophy I, Logic and Argumentation, Medieval History, Moral Philosophy, Spanish Semantics and Pragmatics, and Theory of Contemporary Culture
Short Humanities Seminars
Analysis of the Information Society
Application of Relevant Technologies for Development
Art: From Humanism to Dehumanization (15th to 20th Centuries)
Avoiding the Barriers of Accessibility in the Information Society
Capitalism and Communism Head On: A Brief History of the Cold War
The Caribbean: Myths and Realities
The Changes of Post War Europe and the U.S. (1945–1975)
Contemporary International Conflict
Counter Revolutionaries: The Radicalization of Spanish Rights During the Second
Crime and Punishment in Antiquity: An Approximation to Roman Penal Law
The Diffusion of Fascism in Italy and Spain: A Comparative Vision
Education for Citizenship and Human Rights
Empirical Approximations of Moral Judgements
Engineering Low Cost Cinema
The Era of the Genome: How it Effects our Lives and Economy
Franco’s Spain Through Cinema and Literature
Free Knowledge and Learning on the Web
From the Codex to the E-Book: A History of Writing Culture
From Prehistory to History: The Beginnings of Civilization in East Asia and Ancient Egypt
Fundamental Readings on International Contemporary History
Gender Studies: Women, Cinema, and Writing
Geographic Space and Cinema
Geographical Analysis of the African Continent
Gladiators: Showcase of the Roman Civilization
Hispania: From the PreRoman Village to the End of the Empire
History of the Today’s World: Keys to Understanding the Historical Process
History of Science and TechnologyHow to Read Science: Technical Scientific Language
Introduction to the History of Gardens
Introduction to Latin and Latin Literature Through its Texts
International Action Against Terrorism
The Library in the Palm of Your Hand
Monotheist Religions: Judaism, Christianism, and Islam
Music of the 20th Century
Nuclear Energy: A Debate
The Path of Feminism in the Contemporary Age
Philosophic Thought and the Politics of Plato
The Power of Science and the Science of Power: Discourse Analysis of Spanish Scientists From the End of the Century
Postwar Art and Artistic Thought in Spain (1939-1959)
Reason and Faith: Dialogue or Confrontation?
Relevant Technologies and Cooperation for Development
Religions of the Ancient World: The Case of Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Greece
The Roman Spectacle
Scientific Voyages in History
Sex, Gender, and Identity: Introduction to Queer Theory
The Socioeconomics of Migration in a Globalized World
Sociology of the Engineering Profession
Sports, Politics and Identities in the 20th Century
Structures of the World
Teamwork: From Cinema to Sports and From Sports to Business
The (Un)inhabited Body: Women, Art, Cinema, Literature, and Exile in Hispanic America
Videogames: Learning in Real and Virtual Worlds
Voyage to Antiquity
War as the Protagonist of History
What future of the World Awaits Us?
Women in the Golden Age
Women in Religion: Patriarchy and the Gender Perspective
Work in Society: Reality, Ideology, and Social Rights
Analysis of the Information Society
An Approximation Towards Contemporary Theatre: Principal Tendencies
Applications of Relevant Technologies to Development
Art and Artistic Thought in Postwar Spain (1939–1959)
Artificial Intelligence in Cinema and Literature
Astrophysics and the Universe Studying Itself
Biomedicine, Rights, and Society
The Body Unclothed: Women, Art, Film, Literature, and Exile in Hispanic America
Buildings of Hispano-Romanic Performances: The History of Their Discovery
Capitalism and Communism Face to Face: A Brief History of the Cold War
Christianism in European Cultural History
Ciberculture and Network Communities
The Classic Imaginary in Western Art: The Greek Cannon
Comic Theatre and its Recurring Mechanisms
Conceptions of Speaking and World Representation: Language and the Value Scale
The Conquest of Space
Conscience and Human Rights
The Construction of Europe in the Middle Ages
Contemporary Art and its Diffusion
Contemporary International Conflict
The Creation of Businesses
Crime and Punishment in the Ancient Age: A Short Approximation Towards Roman Criminal Rights
Criminology and the Politics of Crime
Culture, Literacy, and Libraries in the Formation of European Identity
Demographic Challenges of the 21st Century
Democratic Government and Citizen Participation
The Discovery of the Mayas, Incas, and Aztecs: Spanish Engineers in America
Education for Citizenship and Human Rights
Elections in Spain (1977-2010)
Europe and the United States Between the World Wars (1914-1945)
Film and the Visual Arts: Paths and Crosspaths in the Second Half of the 20th Century
From 1914 to 1936: The Beginning of the 20th Century in Spain
From Pre-History to History: The Beginnings of Civilization in the Far East
Geographical Analysis of the African Continent
Greek Antiquity and the Western World
The Grotesque Fashion Show of Literature
The History of Aerospace Technology
The History of Secret Writings
The History of Terrorism to Al-Qaeda
The History of Women in Contemporary Spain
Historic Fundamentals of Contemporary Medicine
Human Dignity: The Challenge of the 21st Century
Human Rights and Cinema
Immunity and International Penal Law
Introduction to Contemporary Art
Introduction to Geological Risks and Dangers
Irresponsible Language and Use of Economic Information: Manipulation of Headlines and Content
Islam: Religion, Culture, and Politics
Landscape in Art
The Legend of Classic Antiquity: Facts and Myths that have Marked Human History
Man and the Machine: From Watches to Molecular Machines
Meaning in Language and Music
One Hundred Years of Automobile History
Philosophy and Literature: Memory and Experience
The Reflection of Rights in Literature
The Religious Problem in Contemporary Spain
Rights in Literature: Rights in Comedy
Science and Critical Thought
Secret Information and Intelligence Services: From Spying to Global Security
Spaces for Art: Production, Exhibition, and Diffusion
Spain and Islam
Spain in the 20th Century
Spanish Architecture of the 20th Century: From Modernism to Postmodernism
The Spanish Crisis of the 30s: The 2nd Republic and the Civil War (1931-1939)
The Spreading of Science
Ten Years of Contemporary Political Discourse of Historical Transcendency
Ten Lessons on the History of Philosophy
Today’s World Through the Keys to History
Ways of Talking About and Representing the World: Language and the Value Scale
World Conflict from 1945 to Today