Student Training

In the coming years, our students will receive training that specializes in archival work, editing Baroque texts, theories on cultural transmission, complex systems, quantitative techniques in research, modeling of systems and film editing. They will participate alongside a team of the foremost researchers in their areas of specialization in the world.

If you would like to participate in the project, contact us or send us a brief description of your interests to:

The Hispanic Baroque Project
c/o Juan Luis Suárez
The University of Western Ontario
Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
University College 115
London, ON,
N6A 3K7

In this section, you will find more detailed information on the different activities involved in student training and will be able to contact our students to learn about their experiences.


"The Hispanic Baroque" project maintains the central objective of training and developing a new generation of Hispanists in Canada. To accomplish this goal, a training program has been designed to train young researchers in the following fields:

  • Archival and Musical Research, in Bolivia
  • Archival and Musical Research, in Spain
  • Complex Systems Research and Databases Training, at the University of Western Ontario, Canada
  • Textual Criticism and Baroque Drama, at the University of Western Ontario, Canada
  • Grants and Research Management, through the participation in the Management Team
  • Humanities Research Training in the four Canadian locations of the project: Ottawa U., U. of Victoria, McGill U. and Western


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