Snippet: Cervantes Institute opens its digital archive

The Instituto Cervantes [for the promotion of the Spanish language and culture] has recently opened its digital archive of nearly 10,000 documents (and growing) to the public. There are five different databases that among other purposes, document the cultural and institutional activities of the first 25 years of the institute’s existence (1991-2016); one of them gives access to all the translations of Cervantes’ Quixote.

To find your way around, some notions of Spanish would be useful, though there should be audio-visual material of bilingual events held in English-speaking (and other) countries…

SOURCE: La Vanguardia, August 13, 2016, p. 30 [printed edition]

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