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Next week’s course on surnames and house names in Navarre will be available online via live streaming

05/19/2017

Poster for the course “From Engracia to Garazi, the Mystery of Names in Navarre”
Poster for the course “From Engracia to Garazi, the Mystery of Names in Navarre”

An interesting proposal has come to us from the Chair of Basque Language and Culture at the University of Navarre, a course that is being offered both in person and online, on people's names, surnames and house names in Navarre. The course will be held on May 24-26th, and taught by experts in each area, with the support of the Government of Navarre and the local Government in Pamplona.  It's interesting, free and can be followed online.  If you are interested don’t miss this opportunity. 

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Iruña-Pamplona.  The course has been organized by the Chair of Basque Language and Culture at the University of Navarre, with the support of the Government of Navarre and the local Government of Iruña-Pamplona.  The course about names, surnames and house names in Navarre is open and can be followed online via streaming.  It will physically take place in Pamplona and Lesaka.  Online it can be followed at the indicated times from here.

Program:

Wednesday, May 24

Location: Condestable Civivox (Calle Mayor, 2 Iruña-Pamplona)

  • 18:30 Inauguration
    MARÍA DEL MAR LARRAZA, Director of the Chair of Basque Language and Culture at the University of Navarre
    ANA ZABALZA, course director
  • 19:00 “We are no Longer Called by those Names,”  Persistence and Anthroponomics Transformation
    DEMETRIO CASTRO (Public University of Navarre)
  • 20:00 Evolution of First Names in Navarre MIKEL GORROTXATEGI (Euskaltzaindia)


Thursday, May 25
Location: Condestable Civivox (Calle Mayor, 2 Iruña-Pamplona)

• 10:00 The Legacy of the Classic World in Onomastics
JOSÉ LUIS RAMÍREZ SÁDABA (University of Cantabria)
• 11:00 The Footprint of Lower Navarre. The use of the Toponymical Surnames as an Indicator of Geographic Origin in the Fourteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
PEIO MONTEANO (Royal and General Archives of Navarre)
• 12:00 Break
• 12:30 "Not belonging to the Last Name". The use of Surnames in Modern Navarre
ANA ZABALZA (University of Navarre)
• 13:30 Debate
• 19:00 Basque Oiconimia in Navarre: Characteristics and Content. ANDRES ÍÑIGO (Euskaltzaindia)
• 20:00 Practical Aspects of House Names in Navarre today: How Should I write the Name of my House?
MIKEL BELASKO (Basque Onomastics Society)

Friday, May 26
Harriondoa Culture House (Komentu Kalea 1, Lesaka)

• 09:00 Departure on bus from the Pamplona Tennis Club
• 10:30 Anthroponomy and Heraldry
ANDONI ESPARZA (Royal academy of Heraldry and Genealogy)
• 11:00 Guided walking tour of Lesaka
EGOITZ TELLETXEA (High School Teacher)
• 11:30 Return to Pamplona

- This is a course is free and access is open. Sessions may be following live on the internet from here
-Secondary and High School Teachers participating in the course will receive an accreditation certificate for a total of 15 hours
-The Colleges of Philosophy and Humanities, Medicine, Communication, Science and Education and Psychology at the University of Navarre will award 1 credit for the course.  Interested students should attend all of the sessions and turn in a summary of the course to katedra@unav.es
-Anyone interested in obtaining a certificate of attendance should write to spaladino@unav.es. Equally, those who wish to attend the cultural visit to Lesaka must register at the same email before May 19, since spots on the bus are limited



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