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
We announce you the aparicion of a new issue of the electronic journal Cahiers of Civilisation Espagnole Contemporaine that includes the dossier Frontière et résistances in Péninsule ibérique, 1926-1950.
In this open access journal can consult articles, in Spanish and French, with new contributions on the exile and the resistance to the Franco regime in the first years of the same.
Issue 3 of "Our History. FIM History Magazine" has just been published. The name of the journal is a tribute to Our History, title that gave name to a series of brief monographs published by the famous Group of Historians of the Communist Party British, starting point of the most brilliant school historiográfica Marxist of the 20th century.
In this number, we highlight the article written by Francisco Rojas in Spanish, "Edition and censorship of books of Marx and Engels during the Franco regime (1966-1976)".
We finish to publish a listing of all the documentation yielded to the University of Alicante by Julián Antonio Ramírez and completed, later, by his son Carlos Ramírez.
These documents complement the donation of strips of Radio Paris, since the majority of the documents are related with the step of both speakers by this radio station: letters of the listeners, bulletins of news, scripts, photographies of some reports, ...
The Dictionary biobibliográfico of the writers, publishers and journals of the republican exile of 1939 is a collective work realised by Grupo de Estudios del Exilio Literario (GEXEL)
This Dictionary includes writers, publishers and journals.
This Dictionary wants to provide a rigorous information that serve to make possible future lines of investigation to study and edit the works forgotten, little or badly studied.
The program Documentos is preparing a radio documentary on the Spanish broadcasts of French Broadcasting and Television known as Radio Paris.
For the accomplishment of this program we have collaborated offering part of the sound material that will be issued, which will also have the testimonies of María Blanes, José María García Aviles and Francisco Rojas.
When we have the day of emission we will announce it conveniently.
The second volume of the new period of the journal Represura specialized in the repression and censorship applied to the book in contemporary history has just appeared.
In this issue we would like to highlight the article that gives title to this news written by our colleague Francisco Rojas Claros about the time of Fraga in the Ministry of Information and Tourism in the mid-sixties and how systematically we were fighting dissident publishers with The Franco regime.
The project "Historia y Memoria Histórica on line. Retos y oportunidades para el conocimiento del pasado en Internet" presents the database of the project that collect material of the web for the study of the Civil War and the Franco regime.
The project analyze the presence and representation of the History and the Memory in Internet in the last years and examine the challenges and opportunities facing the historian when investigating the digital environment.
It has died Hugh Thomas, the author of one of the works of reference on the Spanish Civil War
We want to remember his voice in an interview to Radio París speaking about his book "La Guerra Civil Española" published by Ruedo Ibérico in Paris this year.
These are the links of the audio and the transcription:
This project of the association Memorias en Red (http://memoriasenred.es/memoragora/) looks for to generate an independent space of debate and exchange in the field of the memory studies. In this occasion have had the contributions of Ignacio Sánchez-Cuenca and Alison Ribeiro de Menezes, to open the debate.
During all the month of May can participate adding comments or reflections from the problems that pose the opening texts or of others that consider pertinent
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.
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