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
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
On January 16, 2018 was held in the Basque Parliament a seminar about Francisco Javier de Landaburu and his book La causa del pueblo vasco organized by The Basque Parliament and the University of the Basque Country.
A book has just been published on the contents of the seminar: the presentations by Professors Leyre Arrieta and Jon Arrieta, the interventions by Itziar and Gorka Landaburu Illarramendi and the audio transcription of the Radio Paris program, Paristik Euskal Herrira. Insaustiren emisioa relative to the Aberri Eguna of 1959 where you can hear the voice of Landaburu. This recording is part of the Internet portal Devuélveme la voz.
It has just been published number 60 of the Historia Contemporánea journal, which includes the dossier with the title: Exhumaciones de fosas comunes y memoria en la España actual
It is a study on the exhumations of common graves in Spain from 2000 to 2018. The scarce implication of the different governments is highlighted and an updated balance of these interventions is offered.
José Miguel Payá Poveda, University Miguel Hernández
Juan José del Águila, judge
Moderator: José Antonio Pérez Juan, Professor at the Miguel Hernández University
The event will take place on Wednesday, June 12 at 7:30 p.m. at Casa Bardín, San Fernando 44, Alicante.
Radio Valencia Cadena SER together with the Museu Valencià d'Etnologia launch a new audiovisual project in which radio scripts of Maximiliano Thous Orts from the 30s are recovered. The texts are from a weekly program on Valencian customs that the journalist used to talk on Union Radio .
Extraordinary issue of the journal Hispania Nova of the Complutense University coordinated by Olga Glondys, Mario Martín Gijón and Mar Trallero.
Laberintos, a journal about Spanish cultural exiles, has just published this dossier dedicated to Julián Antonio Ramírez and Adelita del Campo.
The publication includes the communications made during the days that were held in the year 2017 in honor of Julián Antonio and Adelita. Authors: José Miguel Santacreu, , María del Mar Arregui-Bresson, Tiphain Catalan, José María García Avilés, Josu Chueca, Juan Martínez Leal, Francisco Moreno Saez, Odette Martínez-Maler, Max Renault, Antonina Rodríguez and Manuel Aznar.
University of Alicante. University Library