To the barricades. Culture, identity and political mobilization
by José Álvarez Junco
This book gathers some of the author’s many works, selected for their interest about recent historiographical debates. They analyze the main topics that have articulated his long research career: history and theory of social movements, especially of the workers; doctrines, ideologies, myths and rhetoric; the concept of populism and the evolution of nationalist phenomena. The monograph is a good example of the best academic analysis of culture, identity and political mobilization in contemporary Spain.
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José Álvarez Junco has been a professor at the Complutense University of Madrid and at Tufts University, and director of the Center for Political and Constitutional Studies. His works include: “The Political Ideology of Spanish Anarchism, 1868-1910” (1976), ”The Emperor of the Paralelo. Lerroux and populist demagogy” (1990), “Mater dolorosa. The idea of Spain in the nineteenth century” (2001, National Essay Prize), “Useful gods. Nations and nationalisms” (2016) and “The national story. History of the history of Spain” (2017).
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- Publisher Ediciones Complutense
- Publication Date May 2019
- Orginal LanguageSpanish
- ISBN/Identifier 9788466935685
- Publication Country or regionSpain
- Primary Price 25 EUR
- ReadershipCollege/Tertiary Education
- Publish StatusPublished
- Original Language TitleA las barricadas. Cultura, identidad y movilización política
- Dimensions24x17 cm
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