|Date & Time：||June 13th (Wed) 4:30-6:00pm|
|Venue：||1st Fl., Okuma Garden House (Bldg.25)|
|Eligibility:||Waseda students, faculty, staff, and the general public|
|Language:||English (questions in Spanish possible during Q&A)|
Are you interested in Spain, Spanish-speaking countries, and their international relations?
A diplomat from the Spanish embassy and a manager from the Instituto Cervantes in Tokyo
will come to the ICC to give lectures and hold a Q&A session with students during our Spanish
Week. Take this exceptional opportunity to learn more about Spain and the culture and
international relations of Spanish-speaking countries.
The first guest will be the Deputy Head of Mission from the Spanish Embassy, and the second
guest will be the Cultural Manager from the Instituto Cervantes. The lectures will both be held
in English, however, questions in Spanish will also be possible during the Q&A session.
Anyone interested in joining is highly encouraged to come and participate!
Program: 4:30-5:05pm Lecture by the Deputy Head of Mission at the Spanish Embassy
Theme: "Spain and its relations with Japan"
5:05-5:40pm Lecture by the Cultural Manager from the Instituto Cervantes
Theme: "Cervantes Institute's contribution to International
Relations among Spanish-speaking countries and Japan"
5:40-6:00pm Q&A Session
6:00-6:40pm Cafe-style post-lecture mixer with the guest speakers
Mr. Enrique Asorey,
Deputy Head of Mission, Spanish Embassy
With a Law degree and a Master's in International Politics,
Enrique Asorey has developed his professional career with several
postings in Seoul, Manila, NATO in Brussels, the U.N. in Geneva,
and in Washington, including Director for Cultural Relations
Agreements at the Foreign Affairs Ministry, Area Director for Economic
Relations with Asia-Pacific, and Deputy Director General for
International Security Issues, among others.
Ms. Teresa Iniesta
Cultural Manager at Instituto Cervantes, Spanish Cultural Center in Tokyo
With a Bachelor’s in Journalism and Humanity Science and a Master's degree
in Cultural Management, Teresa Iniesta has developed her professional
career in Madrid, New York, and Rome before arriving to Tokyo. She has worked
for many cultural institutions (Carnegie Hall, Marlborouhg Gallery, ALAS)
and United Nations agencies (UNDP and FAO).
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