Faculty of Arts


SPANISH 725

Making Modern Spain 1840-1939


Description

This course offers an overview of the cultural politics pertaining to modern Spain, from the late nineteenth century through to the end of the Spanish Civil War in 1939 and its aftermath.

We focus on the intersecting strands of gender, class and nation, in relation to historical, social and cultural processes. Issues addressed are liberal constructions of the nation, empire, working-class movements and sociopolitical margins, nationalisms and the rise of Spanish fascism, and historical memory.

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Availability 2019

Semester 1

Lecturer(s)

Lecturer(s) Professor Christine Arkinstall
Professor Jose Colmeiro

Points

SPANISH 725: 30.0 points

Restrictions

SPANISH 318


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