Project of the University of Alicante for the reconstruction of our history through radio sound material, focusing on the years of the Franco regime and the transition to democracy
Workshop for staff of the Library of the University of Alicante to publicize the portal Devuélveme la voz and its contents in order to guide university people.
The session will be structured in two phases. In the first one, the sound collections of the portal will be described and then we will make a sound tour.
Place: sala multimedia de la biblioteca general
Schedule: 12 am
Day: November 14, 2019
Filmoteca Española premiered on October 27, World Audiovisual Heritage Day, the documentary 'Diarios del exilio' directed by Irene Gutiérrez Torres and produced by Filmoteca Española with the colaboration of Filmoteca de Andalucía, Filmoteca de Catalunya, Filmoteca-Institut Valencià de Cultura, Filmoteca Vasca, Filmoteca Canaria, Cineteca Nacional de México and the project Cinemah.mov.
Desde Devuélveme la voz hemos colaborado en el proyecto con la cesión de algunas grabaciones sonoras que se completan las imágenes del documental.
This issue, coordinated by Cristina Somolinos, investigates the relationship between censorship and writers, little treated so far, from a gender perspective.
In the same participates the investigator of Devuélveme la voz, Francisco Rojas Claros with his article: "Mujer, censura y disidencia editorial en el segundo franquismo. Una aproximación".
The Spanish Civil War was followed by a long and bloody dictatorship where the victors decided the fate of the defeated. To justify itself, the Franco regime falsified history and imposed its own "Historical Memory".
The doctor in history Francisco Rojas Claros explains how the truth was manipulated during the Franco regime and how the memory and history of all Spaniards could be recovered.
Social Center of San Vicente del Raspeig (Cervantes st., 10) on October 11 at 7:00 p.m.
During the 1968/1969 academic year, the CEU of Alicante, the first university school in Spain, was put into operation. In these years the western world was changing, Spain too, the Spanish University played a very important role in these changes. With these conferences we approach the university movement in those years.
Monday, October 7, 2019
DOLORES GONZÁLEZ, ENRIQUE RUANO, JAVIER SAUQUILLO: EL FLP III EN LA UNIVERSIDAD (PROTAGONISTAS DEL MOVIMIENTO ESTUDIANTIL EN LOS AÑOS SESENTA). Javier Padilla Moreno. Writer, winner of the Comillas Prize 2019.
Monday, October 14, 2019
LA DICTADURA PIERDE EL FUTURO: EL HERVIDERO UNIVERSITARIO. Nicolás Sartorius. Lawyer, politician, journalist and writer. Active anti-Franco militant.
The sessions will take place at 20 hours at the University Headquarters City of Alicante (Ramón y Cajal, 4).
The memory of the process of annexation of Western Sahara by Morocco, the subsequent war and the exodus to the Tindouf refugee camps told by people who still remember what happened.
The recent history of Western Sahara is reviewed through different audiovisual and sound archives. The web allows a free navigation.
It is a part of the history of our country that tends to be forgotten and on which Spain has a responsibility.
Con motivo del 80 aniversario del exilio republicano de 1939, la Biblioteca Valenciana ha organizado esta exposición, comisariada por José Ignacio Cruz, que recoge documentos personales de compatriotas que marcharon al exilio. La Biblioteca Valenciana custodia destacadas donaciones procedentes de México, Estados Unidos, Argentina, URSS, entre otros lugares.
A generous luggage back with which these exiles returned to their homeland. It is a good number of pieces of great documentary value and undoubted historical importance.
The exhibition can be visited until January 17, 2020 in the "sala capitular" of the Monastery of San Miguel de los Reyes (Av. De la Constitución, 284, Valencia) with the following schedule:
Open public holidays: October 9 and 12, November 1, December 6 and 8.
Archive with 15,000 documents, photographs, posters, newspapers, stickers and other materials directly accessible through the Internet.
The Archive is specialized in political organizations, social movements and people who fought for the democratic rupture in the Transition. Recover the memory and the contribution of the organizations and movements that faced the Political Reform, claiming a full democracy and breaking with the Francoism, in the construction of a democratic society in Spain.
It has been promoted by the Memory Association of Partido del Trabajo that has joined its own documentary funds from other organizations and breakout parties that have incorporated them into the project.
Sandrine Saule has just published, in open access, her final thesis, Entre deux versants. valoriser les archives personnelles d'exilés républicains espagnols. L'archiviste au service de la mémoire democratique?
Sandrine Saule is a history teacher and has worked on the documentary collection of Julián Antonio Ramírez and Adelita del Campo for her master's degree project at the Paris 8 University. Thus, based on the documents of the documentary collection, she proposes its use in the classroom as transverse media in education. A way to value our archives.
The recovery of democratic memory has been key to influencing the vision that Valencian society has of the historical events and processes of the Second Republic, the Civil War and the Franco regime.
For this reason, the Cátedra Interuniversitaria de la Memoria Democrática de la Comunidad Valenciana offers, to the professors in active, to the students and to the interested people or who develop an active work in recovery of the memory, a formation in investigation, didactic and divulging of key historical facts to explain the development of the current Spanish society.
Date: July 22 to July 26, 2019
Place: Aula Magna Facultad de Filosofía y Letras
University of Alicante. University Library