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Richards, Michael, 1961-
After the civil war.
New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Contents:||Introduction: cultural trauma in Spain; Part I. Setting the Scene: 1. War memories since 1936: political, moral, social; 2. Democracy, civil war, and intimate violence in the 1930s; Part II. Memories of War during the Franco Years: 3. Repression and remembrance: the victors' liturgy of memory; 4. Repression and reproduction: social memory in the 1940s; 5. Memory and politics: from Civil War to Cold War; 6. Memory and migration: flight from the countryside during the 1950s; 7. Commemorating Franco's peace: the 25th anniversary of the victory; 8. Contesting Franco's peace: transformation from below in the 1960s; 9. Transition and reconciliation: politics and the Church in the 1970s; Part III. Memories of War after Franco: 10. Transition and consent: the presence of the past, 1975-80; 11. 'The level of our times': memory and modernisation, 1981-96; 12. Collective identity and the ethics of memory, 1996-2007; Conclusion: the history of war memories in Spain; Sources and bibliography.|
'Almost forty years after Franco's death, the history of the Spanish Civil War and dictatorship in Spain remains a cultural and political battleground. Michael Richards, with the same rigour and