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
Tribute and remembrance to the more than three hundred victims of the Bombing of the Central Market througth different activities: theater, short films, Symphonic Band concert, etc.)
Last Sunday, May 20, died in Barcelona this journalist and writer born in the town of Vilalba (Lugo) in 1935. He developed most of his career in France. He arrived in Paris in the sixties of the last century and began to work at Radio Televisión Francesa as a music critic and came to direct the cultural service in Spanish and Portuguese of it.
From Ramón Chao we want to highlight his total predisposition and easy treatment that we had when we asked for his collaboration in the birth of the Devuélveme la voz portal. He told us about his experiences and memories of his time at Radio Televisión Francesa and advised us on how many questions we asked him.
Thanks for everything again.
The Joaquín Díaz Foundation has contributed nearly 50,000 sound documents that are part of the archive of oral tradition to the website of the Ethnographic Museum of Castilla y León (Mecyl) so that through it they are accessible to the general public.
The archive of the oral tradition of Castilla y León is structured in different themes and includes songs, romances, stories, legends sayings, rogativas or bells, among other sound documents, as explained by the project managers at the presentation of the initiative.
On Friday, April 27 is celebrated the 2nd Conference: Archives, Memory and History, organized in collaboration between the University of Alicante and the Provincial Historical Archive of Alicante.
The conferences will be held in the morning and those interested can contact Mari Carmen Marín by email or by phone 965918753.
Images of the exhibition dedicated to Rafael Alberti in 1966 and in which we have collaborated. The exhibition will remain open until the end of the month at the Cloister of the Provincial Council of Cádiz.
New section in our portal with educational resources to be used freely in class.
They are guides that initiate in the matter to be treated by means of a brief introduction and then delve into it through a selection of sound recordings. We have started with a first guide dedicated to the Spanish emigration to France during the sixties of the 20th century.
To facilitate listening, a podcast has been created with the selected audios in our channel Devuélveme la voz de Ivoox
The Library of the University of Alicante has collaborated in this painting exhibition dedicated to Rafael Alberti.
You can see 52 pictures accompanied by explanatory panels with the poems and letters dedicated by Spanish intellectuals and you can also listen to a selection of audios that have been preserved in our portal.
The exhibition will be open from March 14 to April 29. Monday to Friday from 11:00 to 2:00 p.m. and from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Place: Cloister of the Provincial Council of Cádiz.
This project has three major objectives. Firstly, to place ‘hunger’ centre stage in the analysis of post-war Francoism (1939-1950). We will study the famine that marked out this decade and other topics which have also been relatively neglected by specialists such as everyday life and the social policies developed by the ‘New State’.
Secondly, bearing in mind both the importance and neglect of the 1950s, we will examine socio-economic and demographic aspects of this decade as well as the drives behind and the consequences of the regime’s social policies.
Thirdly, we will introduce the role of memory in the study of the two decades. We will explain the politics of memory at the local level and we will explore the social memory of the ‘hunger years’, understood as a key element in the creation of future social attitudes.
HISMEDI, Historical Memory online, presents this virtual exhibition. A collection of digital elements (web pages, blogs, social networks, digital bulletins, videos on YouTube) organized in different themes.
Article published in the newspaper El Mundo about Julián Antonio Ramírez, where he highlights data of his life told by his son, Carlos Ramírez.
Professor, actor, fighter, maqui and journalist, the other iron and exciting voice of Radio Paris, as well defined in the article.
The Monument to the Martyrs of Liberty was a place of democratic memory emblematic of the city of Alicante, which the Francoist authorities eliminated in the immediate postwar period. After the centenary of its inauguration, the University of Alicante has contributed to preserve the memory with an exhibition that compiles documents, historical information and a significant sample of various postcards illustrated with the photographs of the Monument to the Martyrs of Liberty, which preserve the memory of the main place of democratic memory absent from Alicante.
Exhibition from the 5th to the 15th of March at the University of Alicante. Avenue Ramón y Cajal, 4.
Conference. The two memories by Augusto Serrano López (University of Honduras). March 5 at 7:00 p.m.
Article published in the newspaper El Mundo about Adela Carreras Taurá, better known as Adelita del Campo.
An activist, a libertarian feminist and an anti-Nazi woman, she was always an intimate and nocturnal voice of hope while listening Radio Paris.
University of Alicante. University Library