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Legacies of war and dictatorship in contemporary Portugal and Spain

Alison Ribeiro de Menezes

Legacies of war and dictatorship in contemporary Portugal and Spain

by Alison Ribeiro de Menezes

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Published by Peter Lang in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Collective memory,
  • History and criticism,
  • Dictatorship in literature,
  • Media and cultural memory,
  • Collective memory and literature,
  • Spanish literature,
  • Portuguese literature

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAlison Ribeiro de Menezes and Catherine O"Leary [editors]
    SeriesIberian and Latin American studies: The arts, literature and identity -- 1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPQ9018 .L44 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 270 p. :
    Number of Pages270
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25170300M
    ISBN 109783039118724
    LC Control Number2011029631

    Legacies of War and Dictatorship: Essays on Cultural Memory in Contemporary Portugal and Spain. Oxford: Peter Lang. Alison Ribeiro de Menezes; () 'Introduction: Legacies of War and Dictatorship in Contemporary Portugal and Spain' In: Alison Ribeiro de Menezes and Catherine O'Leary (eds).   And Spain descended into civil war in , a conflict which became a proxy war between Europe’s communists and fascists. The events that finally triggered war—the Nazi-Soviet Pact, Germany’s invasion of Poland, and Japan’s offensive across the Pacific—were not out of character; they were the latest in a long line of consistent behavior.

    Instead, Spain's national parties negotiated the Pact of Forgetting, an agreement intended to place the bloody Spanish Civil War and the authoritarian excesses of the Franco dictatorship firmly in. Portugal's role in keeping Spain neutral. Just a few days before the end of the Spanish Civil War, on 17 March , Portugal and Spain signed the Iberian Pact, a non-aggression treaty that marked the beginning of a new phase in Iberian gs between Franco and Salazar played a fundamental role in this new political arrangement.

    Helen Graham here brings together leading historians of international renown to examine 20th-century Spain in light of Franco's dictatorship and its ogating Francoism uses a three-part structure to look at the old regime, the civil war and the forging of Francoism;. This book provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary study of the multiple legacies of Francoist violence in contemporary Spain, with a special focus on the exhumations of mass graves from the Civil War and post-war era. The various contributions frame their study within a broader reflection on the nature, function and legacies of state-sanctioned violence in its many forms. Offering.


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Legacies of War and Dictatorship in Contemporary Portugal and Spain Series: Iberian and Latin American Studies: The Arts, Literature, and Identity The book contains an important theoretical survey of cultural memory today and a comparative analysis of the historical background influencing studies of memory in the Iberian Peninsula.

Legacies of War and Dictatorship in Contemporary Portugal and Spain (Iberian and Latin American Studies: The Arts, Literature, and Identity) New edition by Alison Ribeiro de Menezes (Editor), Catherine O'Leary (Editor) ISBN ISBN   Legacies of War and Dictatorship in Contemporary Portugal and Spain by Alison Ribeiro de Menezes, Paperback | Barnes & Noble® This multi-authored volume offers the first extensive exploration of cultural memory in Portugal and Spain, two countries that are normally studied inPages: Get this from a library.

Legacies of War and Dictatorship in Contemporary Portugal and Spain. [Alison Ribeiro de Menezes; Catherine O'Leary] -- This multi-authored volume offers the first extensive exploration of cultural memory in Portugal and Spain, two countries that are normally studied in isolation from one another due to linguistic.

Get this from a library. Legacies of war and dictatorship in contemporary Portugal and Spain. [Alison Ribeiro de Menezes; Catherine O'Leary;] -- This multi-authored volume offers the first extensive exploration of cultural memory in Portugal and Spain, two countries that are normally studied in isolation from one another due to linguistic.

This multi-authored volume offers the first extensive exploration of cultural memory in Portugal and Spain, two countries that are normally studied in isolation from one another due to linguistic divergences.

The book contains an important theoretical survey of cultural memory today and a comparative analysis of the historical background influencing studies of memory in the Iberian Peninsula. Legacies of War and Dictatorship in Contemporary Portugal and Spain, edited by Alison Ribeiro de Menezes and Catherine O'Leary, is the first collection of essays to explore cultural memory in Portugal and Spain in the same volume.

Legacies of war and dictatorship in contemporary Portugal and Spain. Abstract. This multi-authored volume offers the first extensive exploration of cultural memory in Portugal and Spain, two countries that are normally studied in isolation from one another due to linguistic divergences.

The book contains an important theoretical survey of. Legacies of War and Dictatorship in Contemporary Portugal and Spain Series: Iberian and Latin American Studies: The Arts, Literature, and Identity Edited By.

Legacies of War and Dictatorship in Contemporary Spain and Portugal. Topics: Memory of War, Spain, Portugal, dictatorship. Introduction: Legacies of Violence in Contemporary Spain With OFELIA FERRÁN, LISA HILBINK After the end of the Spanish Civil War (), the fascist dictator Francisco Franco institutionalized a regime of fear and repression that was maintained by the systematic use of violence.

Routledge, - History - pages 0 Reviews This book provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary study of the multiple legacies of Francoist violence in contemporary Spain, with a. Legacies of War and Dictatorship in Contemporary Portugal and Spain authors.

Moutinho, M ; publication date. Identity. International Standard Book Number (ISBN) Additional Document Info. Publisher. Peter Lang start page. end page. War and Memory in Contemporary Spain/Guerra y memoria en la España contemporánea co-edited with Roberta Quance and Anne Walsh (Verbum, ).

Legacies of War and Dictatorship in Contemporary Portugal and Spain, co-edited with Catherine O’Leary (Peter Lang, ). Embodying Memory in Contemporary Spain (Palgrave Macmillan, ). Review online. ‘The Emergence of A Cultural Memory: Portugal’s Colonial War in D’este Viver Aquí Neste Papel Descripto and Os Cus de Judas by António Lobo Antunes’, in Legacies of War and Dictatorship in Contemporary Portugal and Spain, ed.

Alison Ribeiro de Menezes and Catherine O’Leary (Oxford: Peter Lang, ), pp. ‘War, History, and. António de Oliveira Salazar GCTE GCSE GColIH GCIC (/ s ə l ə ˈ z ɑːr /; Portuguese: [ɐ̃ˈtɔniu dɨ oliˈvɐjɾɐ sɐlɐˈzaɾ]; 28 April – 27 July ) was a Portuguese statesman who served as Prime Minister of Portugal from to He was responsible for the Estado Novo ('New State'), the corporatist authoritarian government that ruled Portugal until   To take but a few: The book analyzes how contemporary regional challenges in Spain are rooted in the weak state and nation-building process the.

Wartime Portugal, a supposedly neutral country stuffed with spies and informers, provides the setting for two thrillers by Robert Wilson: A Small Death in Lisbon and The Company of Strangers. Ribeiro de Menezes, Alison () Memories of Portugal’s Angolan War: Os Cus de Judas and D’Este Viver Aqui Neste Papel Descripto by António Lobo Antunes.

In: Ribeiro de Menezes, Alison and O'Leary, Catherine, (eds.) Legacies of war and dictatorship in contemporary Portugal and n and Latin American studies: The arts, literature and identity, Vol Legacies of Violence in Contemporary Spain.

Legacies of Violence in Contemporary Spain book. Exhuming the Past, Understanding the Present. there is no doubt that General Franco’s dictatorship and the rebel faction during the Spanish Civil War engaged in an eliminationist campaign that only subsided by the late s, when the enemy.

Other publications include A Companion to Carmen Martín Gaite (with Alison Ribeiro de Menezes; Tamesis, ; pb ), Legacies of War and Dictatorship in Contemporary Spain and Portugal (co-edited with Alison Ribeiro de Menezes, Peter Lang, ), and Global Insights on Theatre Censorship (co-edited with Diego Santos Sánchez and Michael.Captives of revolution the socialist revolutionaries and the Bolshevik dictatorship, by Scott B.

Smith. Call Number: Marx Library Electronic Books. ISBN: Publication Date: An electronic book accessible through Project MUSE. Chechen wars: will Russia go the way of the Soviet Union? by Matthew Evangelista. Call.Portuguese democratisation: main issues and legacies On 25 Aprila bloodless military coup put an end to almost five decades of dictatorship (–74).

Unshackled by international pro-democratising forces and taking place at the height of the Cold War, the coup led to a severe state crisis that was aggravated by the.