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Macleod, Miles, Rocío G. Sumillera, Jan Surman and Ekaterina Smirnova, eds. //Language as a Scientific Tool: Shaping Scientific Language Across Time and National Traditions// . London: Routledge, Routledge Studies in Cultural History, 2016.
Sumillera, Rocío G. ‘The Myth of Don Juan Onstage up to and through Victorian Times’, //Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens// (Performing, Translating, and Adapting from the French in Victorian Britain), 86 Automne (2017).
Sumillera, Rocío G. ‘Nineteenth-century British female historians: biography and editing in the works of Agnes and Elizabeth Strickland and Mary Anne Everett Green’, //Quaderns de Filologia: Estudis Literaris// , 22 (2017): 71-88.
Sumillera, Rocío G. and Pablo Toribio, ‘Epistolary exchanges between John Knox and Theodore de Beza: the consolidation of the Calvinist Scotland-Geneva axis’, //EREBEA: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences// , Monograph: ‘Voices of dissent in the cities of early modern Europe: from conflict to communication (16th-18th centuries)’, 7 (2017): 127-152.
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The origins of the university date back to 1896, when the Royal Technical Institute of Salford, a merger of the former Salford Working Men’s College, founded in 1858, and Pendleton Mechanic’s Institute, founded in 1850, was established.
At the beginning of the 20th century, the nine departments that initially existed were Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Architecture, Industrial Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, Decoration and Art. 1,240 students were enrolled in the first year of these departments. Originally there were 19 professors.
In 1921 the Institute was renamed the Royal Technical College of Salford. In 1958 the institution was split into two organizations, the first being the Royal Technical College and the second the Peel Park Technical College, which changed its name first in 1961 to Salford Technical College, then to Saldorf College of Technology in 1970, and finally University College Saldorf in 1992.
The University College Saldorf was established on February 10, 1967, the date of the Royal Charter presented to the institution by Queen Elizabeth II. The first Vice Chancellor was Clifford Whitworth and the first Chancellor, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. The first Chancellor was Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
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The program is coordinated by the University Institute of European Studies at CEU San Pablo University, a research center chaired by Marcelino Oreja and designated a Jean Monnet Center of Excellence by the European Commission.
The variety of subjects will allow you to gain a greater knowledge and understanding of the political, economic, legal and cultural relations of our time, from a multidisciplinary perspective.
You will incorporate aspects of social and cultural reality such as the interrelation of religions and cultures with the development of international society, the interaction between the media and international actors, the interpretation of war, actors and factors involved in war processes. It will allow you to value the importance of history for the understanding of the current reality, such as the process of European integration and the policies of the Union.
You will be able to formulate judgments that include reflections on social and ethical responsibilities by integrating knowledge on relevant international issues today, identifying the challenges and limitations of contemporary international society.