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
The Friday 31 March were in the presentation of the book "SOBORNOS. De cómo Churchill y March compraron a los generales de Franco", written by Ángel Viñas.
The act took place in the University Headquarters City of Alicante, and was presented by Glicerio Sánchez Recio, chair of Contemporary History of the University of Alicante.
Already it finds available theº n 42 (winter 2017) of the magazine 'On-line Current History', that has the Dossier 'Media, dirigismo cultural and intellectual exile during the second Franco regime', coordinated by our mate Francisco Rojas Clear and integrated by seven articles of stood out specialists:
Media, dirigismo cultural and intellectual exile during the second Franco regime by Francisco Rojas Clear ; Censorship, exile and literary canon by Fernando Larraz ; The political twist of the ecclesiastical censorship. The case of Critèrion, the collection of the capuchinos ; Mireia Sopena Buixens ; ¿A Catholic censorship? Publishing censorship and catolicismo during the Franco regime by Eduardo Ruiz Bautista ; The radio censorship in the production discográfica during the Franco regime by Xavier Malgat ; The voices exiled of Radius Paris by Gérard Malgat ; «they Begin his work the worms»: The tardofranquismo seen from the republican perspective of José Bergamín by Iván López Hair ; Vision and blindness of Spain in 1969. The blind hen of Max Aub by Max Hidalgo Nácher.
We invite you to throw him a glimpse.
UNESCO’s General Conference, at its 36th session, proclaimed World Radio Day on 13 February.
Radio is the mass media reaching the widest audience in the world. It is also recognized as a powerful communication tool and a low cost medium. Radio is specifically suited to reach remote communities and vulnerable people: the illiterate, the disabled, women, youth and the poor, while offering a platform to intervene in the public debate, irrespective of people’s educational level. Furthermore, radio has a strong and specific role in emergency communication and disaster relief.
There is also a changing face to radio services which, in the present times of media convergence, are taking up new technological forms, such as broadband, mobiles and tablets. However, it is said that up to a billion people still do not have access to radio today.
CUNETAS Is a short film that looks for to contribute his small grain of sand so that the new generations follow valuing the importance to preserve the memory of those that others wanted to bury to balazos.
The project finds in phase of finance by what asks the help of all through the page Verkami:
The University of Alicante opens a process of collecting graphic material (photographs, posters, etc.) from scenes of everyday life in Alicante in the last years of the Franco regime (1960-75), to build a visual archive.
The objective is to compile the maximum number of photographs in order to make a selection to edit a book of the Publications Service of the University of Alicante and, if appropriate, to compose a photographic exhibition. In addition, all material received will be deposited in the Archive of Democracy.
The project webpage details the process of delivering images.
The next day, February 17, is organized this day designed for university students and archivists to learn about different typologies of archives, their funds and collections, as well as the dissemination and communication work carried out by these institutions , Taking as an example the Historical Historical Archive Alicante and the temporary exhibition: "Civil War and historical memory in Alicante."
This activity is coordinated by Verónica Mateo Ripoll (University of Alicante) and María del Olmo Ibáñez (Provincial Historical Archive of Alicante)
09:30 h. Opening of the day
10: 15h - 11,45 h.Francisco Rojas Claros and Enrique García Rico (University of Alicante). "Give me back the Voice: Radiophonic Memory of a long postwar period"
11.45-12.15 h. Coffee break
12.15-14.00h. Guided visit to the AHPA and its exhibition "Civil War and historical memory in Alicante"
14.00-16.30 h. Food
16.30-18.00 h. Juan José Oña Fernández. "The Archives of Defense: what they are and how to use them"
6.00 p.m. Guided visit to the AHPA and its exhibition "Civil War and historical memory in Alicante"
They finish to publish us a review of our project in the last number of 'Franquisme & Transició. Magazine d'Història i of Culture' (Nº 4, Universitat Oberta of Catalonia, 2016). In her we explain what carry fact and the a lot of that remains us for doing.
A suitcase full of photos, hand-drawn programs, posters, handwritten notebooks and unpublished plays by the Republican artist exiled to France, Adelita del Campo, and her husband, Julián Antonio Ramírez, has been incorporated into the personal archives section of The Valencian Library.
The donation has been made by the son of both Carlos Ramírez Carreras, and in the personal documents delivered, the artistic trajectory inside and outside Spain is collected from this marriage that was always committed to republican ideals, according to a statement from the Generalitat. Among the documents is a collection of photographs prior to the Civil War of the theater company in which Adelita del Campo participated as a dancer and actress and also unpublished photographs of the Spanish Civil War
University of Alicante. University Library