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Argentina's partisan past : nationalism and the politics of history

Author: Michael Goebel
Publisher: Liverpool Liverpool University Press 2011
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

A challenging study about the production, spread and use of understandings of national history and identity for political purposes in twentieth-century Argentina.


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Goebel
ISBN: 1846312388 9781846312380
OCLC Number: 845702675
Description: XI, 284 Seiten 24 cm
Contents: List of acronymsGlossaryIntroductionI. Argentina's two pantheons: from mitrismo to revisionism1. Mitrismo, Argentina's "official" history2. The Nueva Escuela and the Centenary Generation3. Nacionalismo, populist nationalists and the emergence of historical revisionismII. Between co-optation and opposition: Peronism, nationalism and the politics of history, 1946-551. Prelude to Peron: nacionalismo and the military, 1943-462. Intellectuals, nationalism and the Peronist state3. Peronism and the pantheon of national heroes4. The effects of Peronist nationalismIII. The deepening polarisation: the proscription of Peronism and its politics of history, 1955-661. Intellectuals and the rise of left-wing revisionism2. The politics of history under the Liberating Revolution3. Frondizi's "integrationism" and the emergence of Peronist-nationalist youth groupsIV. The apogee of revisionism: nationalism, political violence and the politics of history, 1966-761. Nationalism and history in the Ongania regime2. History narratives and the rise of middle-class student Peronism3. The return of Peronism: revisionism's victory?V. New narratives for a new era? Shifts, decline and resurgence of nationalist constructions of the past since 19761. Nationalism and the proceso2. The rise of irredentism and the decline of partisan nationalism3. Nationalism and democratisation: laying revisionism to rest?4. The accommodation and resurgence of revisionism under Menem and the KirchnersConclusionBibliographyIndex
Responsibility: Michael Goebel
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