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La Historia, lost in translation?

La Historia, lost in translation?

Author: Damián A. González, Manuel Ortiz Heras, Juan Sisinio Pérez Garzón
Publisher: Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla La Mancha
ISBN: 8490442657
Pages: 3815
Year:
El área de Historia Contemporánea de la Universidad de Castilla – La Mancha organizó entre el 21 y el 23 de septiembre de 2016 la XIII edición del congreso bienal de la Asociación de Historia Contemporánea (AHC). La Historia, lost in translation? consolidó y sometió a discusión y debate treinta y tres paneles, dirigidos por noventa y un coordinadores, que sumaron un total de cuatrocientos doce textos elaborados por cuatrocientos cincuenta y dos congresistas de diferentes nacionalidades. Estas actas recogen los resultados de treinta y uno de esos talleres, y doscientas ochenta y seis investigaciones. Después de trece ediciones, el proyecto bienal de congresos de la Asociación de Historia Contemporánea (AHC) puede considerarse un referente como pocos de la investigación, la producción de conocimiento científico y su divulgación. Un éxito que debe ser alabado en la dimensión colectiva de un acontecimiento académico al que han contribuido el buen hacer de los organizadores de las ediciones precedentes, el trabajo continuado de la Asociación –desde sus órganos de dirección al último de los socios–, y el esfuerzo siempre generoso de quienes a lo largo de todos estos años han participado con sus investigaciones y conocimientos. Los comunicantes son y han sido el verdadero sostén de nuestros congresos, lo que les convierte en acreedores de este minúsculo reconocimiento por contribuir a hacer un poco mejor cada vez nuestra disciplina.
Living Anarchism

Living Anarchism

Author: Chris Ealham
Publisher:
ISBN: 1849352399
Pages:
Year: 2015-12-14
A study of one man and a collective biography of the working class into which he was born. The story of José Peirats shows the human foundations of Spanish anarchism, the ties of friendship and community that cemented the largest anti-authoritarian movement in the world. “In his biography of Pierats—anarchist, autodidact, brick maker and historian—Chris Ealham presents us with an unsettling portrayal of that most challenging and complex organization, the CNT-FAI, both in its greatest moments and in the agony and brutality of its exile. Commanding the narrative throughout, though, is Peirats. José Peirats both helped make history as a militant anarchist, sometimes with gun in hand, and wrote some of the most detailed and determinedly impartial history our movement has ever produced. It is a matter of real satisfaction to know that this exemplary militant and scholar has the biography he deserves.”—Barry Pateman, archivist and author with the Kate Sharpley Library
Romper el consenso

Romper el consenso

Author: Gonzalo Wilhelmi
Publisher: Siglo XXI de España Editores
ISBN: 8432317993
Pages: 432
Year: 2016-07-29

Apologia and Criticism

Apologia and Criticism

Author: Gonzalo Pasamar
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 3039119206
Pages: 293
Year: 2010
This book is the first modern overview of the history of historiography in Spain. It covers sources from Juan de Mariana's "History of Spain," written at the end of the sixteenth century, up to current historical writings and their context. The main objective of the book is to shed light on the continuities and breaks in the ways that Spanish historians represented ideas of Spain. The concept of historiography used is wide enough to span not only academic works and institutions but also public uses of history, including the history taught in schools. The methodology employed by the author combines the tradition of studies of national identity with those of historiography. One of the key themes in the book is the role of the historical profession in Spain and its influence on national discourse from the nineteenth century onwards.
From Dictatorship to Democracy

From Dictatorship to Democracy

Author: Gene Sharp
Publisher: Albert Einstein Institution
ISBN: 1880813092
Pages: 93
Year: 2010
A serious introduction to the use of nonviolent action to topple dictatorships. Based on the author's study, over a period of forty years, on non-violent methods of demonstration, it was originally published in 1993 in Thailand for distribution among Burmese dissidents.
La 'Transición' española - la naturaleza del cambio de régimen y sus consecuencias

La 'Transición' española - la naturaleza del cambio de régimen y sus consecuencias

Author: Anita Glunz
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3638436977
Pages: 16
Year: 2005-11-08
Seminar paper del año 2004 en eltema Romanística - Español, literatura, cultura general, Nota: 2,3, Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen (Romanisches Seminar), Materia: La España del siglo XX : de las dos Españas a la reconciliación nacional, 6 Citas bibliográficas, Idioma: Español, Resumen: La democracia en España cumplía en el año 2000 veinticinco años, lo que marcaba el período democrático más durable de toda la historia española. Hasta ahora lograba resolver en la medida de lo posible los más grandes problemas históricos como la organización territorial de la nación, la forma del Estado y el dominio del poder civil. El punto de partida de la democracia hoy consolidada estuvo en un momento caracterizado por una tensión política y por una incertidumbre inmensa. La descolonisación forzada del Sáhara junta con la muerte de Francisco Franco el 20 de noviembre de 1975 dejaron al pueblo español en una profunda crisis general. Nadie se atrevía a dar un pronóstico sobre el futuro de la vida política, económica o pública del país. A pesar de preocupaciones de proyectos franquistas continuistas, se inició en España a partir de la muerte de Franco un proceso de restauración de la democracia que se llamaba la „Transición“. Se trata de una operación ejemplar y pacífica de cambio gradual de la dictadura franquista hacia una monarquía constitucional y parlamentaria. Dos días después de la muerte de Franco, Juan Carlos fue proclamado „Rey de España“ en una ceremonía en las Cortes conforme a la voluntad de Franco. Ya en su discurso de proclamación el nuevo Rey borbónico, Juan Carlos I, anunció una apertura democrática del país. Las diferentes etapas de la transición serán presentadas en el segundo capítulo. El tercer capítulo describe las primeras elecciones parlamentarias, sus consecuencias y la redacción de la Constitución. Después demuestro con la descripción de los problemas de la joven democracia que la transición fue un proceso menos coherente y lógico que su desenlace final podría sugerir. Aunque en el campo político y constitucional la transición se considera terminada hasta las elecciones de 1982, continúa en el campo público, económico e internacional, lo que será evidente en los capítulos siguientes. Al final quiero elaborar la relación entre el nuevo Gobierno y la Iglesia Católica para explorar en qué medida representaba un factor influyente en el comportamiento político en España durante la época de la transición. Todos los factores mencionados deben finalmente llevar a una conclusión sobre la naturaleza general del proceso transitorio.
Democracy in Latin America

Democracy in Latin America

Author: Ignacio Walker
Publisher: University of Notre Dame Pess
ISBN: 026809666X
Pages: 280
Year: 2013-05-01
In 2009, Ignacio Walker—scholar, politician, and one of Latin America’s leading public intellectuals—published La Democracia en America Latina. Now available in English, with a new prologue, and significantly revised and updated for an English-speaking audience, Democracy in Latin America: Between Hope and Despair contributes to the necessary and urgent task of exploring both the possibilities and difficulties of establishing a stable democracy in Latin America. Walker argues that, throughout the past century, Latin American history has been marked by the search for responses or alternatives to the crisis of oligarchic rule and the struggle to replace the oligarchic order with a democratic one. After reviewing some of the principal theories of democracy based on an analysis of the interactions of political, economic, and social factors, Walker maintains that it is primarily the actors, institutions, and public policies—not structural determinants—that create progress or regression in Latin American democracy.
Amnesties, Pardons and Transitional Justice

Amnesties, Pardons and Transitional Justice

Author: Roldan Jimeno
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351608614
Pages: 248
Year: 2017-09-07
In a consolidated democracy, amnesties and pardons do not sit well with equality and a separation of powers; however, these measures have proved useful in extreme circumstances, such as transitions from dictatorships to democracies, as has occurred in Greece, Portugal and Spain. Focusing on Spain, this book analyses the country's transition, from the antecedents from 1936 up to the present, within a comparative European context. The amnesties granted in Greece, Portugal and Spain saw the release of political prisoners, but in Spain amnesty was also granted to those responsible for the grave violations of human rights which had been committed for 40 years. The first two decades of the democracy saw copious normative measures that sought to equate the rights of all those who had benefitted from the amnesty and who had suffered or had been damaged by the civil war. But, beyond the material benefits that accompanied it, this amnesty led to a sort of wilful amnesia which forbade questioning the legacy of Francoism. In this respect, Spain offers a useful lesson insofar as support for a blanket amnesty – rather than the use of other solutions within a transitional justice framework, such as purges, mechanisms to bring the dictatorship to trial for crimes against humanity, or truth commissions – can be traced to a relative weakness of democracy, and a society characterised by the fear of a return to political violence. This lesson, moreover, is framed here against the background of the evolution of amnesties throughout the twentieth century, and in the context of international law. Crucially, then, this analysis of what is now a global reference point for comparative studies of amnesties, provides new insights into the complex relationship between democracy and the varying mechanisms of transitional justice.
La historia contemporánea en España

La historia contemporánea en España

Author: Antonio MORALES MOYA, Mariano ESTEBAN DE VEGA
Publisher: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca
ISBN: 8474818400
Pages: 304
Year: 1996-01-01

Franco

Franco

Author: Stanley G. Payne, Jesús Palacios
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Pres
ISBN: 0299302105
Pages: 617
Year: 2014-11-24
Chronicles the life and rule of the Spanish dictator, from his early years to his military career to his leadership of the nation.

Transitions from Authoritarian Rule

Transitions from Authoritarian Rule

Author: Guillermo O’Donnell, Philippe C. Schmitter, Laurence Whitehead
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 1421410141
Pages: 120
Year: 2013-04-01
Political science scholars consider the four-volume work Transitions from Authoritarian Rule to be a foundational text for studying the process of democratization, specifically in those cases where an authoritarian regime is giving way to some form of democratic government. The most important of the four books is without a doubt the fourth volume, Tentative Conclusions about Uncertain Democracies, also known as "the little green book." Transitions from Authoritarian Rule was the first book in any language to systematically compare the process of transition from authoritarianism across a broad range of countries. Political democracy is not the only possible outcome. Guillermo O’Donnell, Philippe C. Schmitter, and Laurence Whitehead emphasize that it's not the revolution but the transition that is critical to the growth of a democratic state. This ground-breaking insight remains highly relevant as the ramifications of the Arab Spring continue to play out. This reissue features a new foreword by Cynthia J. Arnson, director of the Latin American Program at the Woodow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and Abraham F. Lowenthal, founding director of the Latin American Program, who wrote the original volume's foreword. -- Nancy Bermeo
Democracy and Education

Democracy and Education

Author: John Dewey
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 434
Year: 1916

The crisis of the dictatorships

The crisis of the dictatorships

Author: Nicos Ar Poulantzas
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 166
Year: 1976-10