Conference: "Hunting in the Middle Ages of the Peninsula"

    The conference "Hunting in the peninsular Middle Ages”, given by Professor José Manuel Fradejas Rueda, will continue on May 27, 2021 with the cycle of conferences of the exhibition “The Hunt: An Evolving Challenge”.


    Throughout the months of May and June 2021, the Instituto de Investigación en Recursos Cinegéticos (IREC – CSIC, UCLM, JCCM) and the Association of Friends of the Museum of Ciudad Real organize the cycle of conferences of the exhibition "The Hunt: An Evolving Challenge, which has been in the Ciudad Real Museum since December 2019 and has become the star informative event on the hunting world and the science it develops to promote sustainable hunting.

    The cycle of conferences continues this week with the presentation entitled “Hunting in the peninsular Middle Ages”, which will be given by the Dr. Jose Manuel Fradejas Rueda, Professor of the Department of Spanish Language at the University of Valladolid. This conference, which will be the fourth in May, will be held next Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., in the Auditorium of the Rectorate of the University of Castilla-La Mancha (C / Altagracia 50, Ciudad Real).

    Conference Poster "Hunting in the peninsular Middle Ages”.

    People interested in attending in person must communicate it by email to the following email address, in order to check the capacity possibilities and to deliver the invitation: Mariapilar.ruiz@uclm.es. On the other hand, the conference can be followed virtually live through the following link: http://uclmtv.uclm.es/directo.

    Program of the cycle of conferences for the month of May 2021 of the exhibition "The Hunt: A Challenge in Evolution".

    The cycle of conferences of the exhibition "The Hunt: An Evolving Challenge” was inaugurated on May 6, 2021 by Professor D. Germán Delibes de Castro, Professor of the Department of Prehistory at the University of Valladolid, with a conference entitled “The prehistoric roots of hunting”.

    This was followed by a presentation entitled "Hunting landscapes in Spain”, given on May 13 by Ms. Emilia Martínez Garrido, Professor of the Department of Geography of the Autonomous University of Madrid; and the paper entitled "Hunting, nature and society”, given on May 20 by Dr. Pablo Campos Palacín, Research Professor the Nightingale of the Institute of Policies and Public Goods (IPP – CSIC).

    Throughout the month of June we will continue with more conferences, encompassing other areas of culture and knowledge in which hunting is also present.