"La guerra infinita" will discover the different facets of the work of the photographer Antoni Campañà (Arbúcies, 1906-Sant Cugat del Vallès, 1989), focusing on the photographs he took during the Spanish Civil War, photographs that the family found by chance in 2018. This set of images, of great artistic quality and historical relevance, were hidden by the artist himself in a box, and they remained in it for more than seventy years, from the end of the Civil War until their discovery.
This box, with hundreds of unpublished images, is now known as "la caja roja" and represents a new contribution of great relevance to the photographic heritage, especially with regard to the Civil War.
This website of the Archive of Democracy that collects the experience of women who participated actively in the Transition to Democracy, between Franco's death in 1975 and the creation of the Women's Institute in 1983. It aims to make visible the intervention and the protagonism of women in the various movements, organizations, citizen initiatives and political parties that acted against the Franco dictatorship and that were decisive in the establishment of a democratic regime in Spain, to contribute to knowing our past from a rigorous, critical point of view and inclusive.
Mónica Moreno Seco, professor at the Department of Contemporary Humanities, is the author of this portal created in order to facilitate research work and disseminate open knowledge.
University Library has made the video "My wife does not understand me: stereotypes of women in the radio advertising of the Franco regime" as an activity for Women's Day 2021.
The Franco regime was betting on a model of women where the main thing was that she was a mother and wife devoted to the man and taking care of the home.
This reality is reflected in the video that has been produced with the contents of the sound fund of Radio Alcoy (hosted on our Internet portal) where there is a collection of around 100 radio spots broadcast, especially in the 60s of the century XX.