2 edition of Modern Spain found in the catalog.
Martin Andrew Sharp Hume
|LC Classifications||DP203 H92 1923|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||598|
Democracy in Modern Spain. Richard Gunther, José Ramón Montero, and Joan Botella. View 3 b/w illus. ISBN: Paper. Also Available in: Cloth. Description Reviews Awards. This book, written by three of the world’s leading experts on Spanish politics, is the first comprehensive study of the origins and basic character of. One of the last great European liberals and an outstanding Spanish intellectual, whose role in representing his country abroad and serving her at home entitles him to speak authoritatively on her history. This book was published in England in , but with this first American edition, contains extensive revisions and four new chapters bringing the story up to the summer of
The Image of Elizabeth I in Early Modern Spain explores the fictionalized, historical, and visual representations of Elizabeth I and their impact on the Spanish collective imagination. Drawing on works by Miguel de Cervantes, Lope de Vega, Pedro de Ribadeneira, Luis de Góngora, Cristóbal de Virués, Antonio Coello, and Calderón de la Barca. Sculpture Collections in Early Modern Spain is the first book to assess the phenomenon of sculpture collecting and in doing so, it alters the previously held notion that Spanish society placed little value in this art form. Di Dio and Coppel reveal that, due to the problems and expense of their transport from Italy, sculptures were in fact.
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The History of Modern Spain is a comprehensive examination of Spain's history from the beginning of the 19th century to the present day. Bringing together an impressive group of leading figures Modern Spain book emerging scholars in the field from the UK, Canada, the United States, Spain and other European countries, the book innovatively combines a strong and clear political narrative with chapters 4/5(3).
In Modern Spain: A Documentary History, the first broad-ranging collection in English of writings from this entire period, Jon Cowans presents 76 documents to trace the history of Spain as it struggled for political and social stability and justice through the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Click here to see our list of ten great books about Spain. Here you'll find everything from an account of life in the mysterious Alpujarras region of Andalusia in the s to a collection of essays about the future of Catalonia.
There are novels, works of history and travel books as well. About The Modern Spain Sourcebook. Incorporating a wide range of visual and translated written sources, The Modern Spain Sourcebook documents Spain's history from the Enlightenment to the present.
The book is thematically arranged and includes six key primary sources on ten significant areas of Spanish history, including the arts, Modern Spain book, education, religion, politics, sexuality and empire.
Early Modern Spain: A Documentary History, the first broad-ranging collection in English of writings from the entire period from to the end of the eighteenth century, comprises 61 documents carefully selected and introduced by Jon Cowans/5(5).
Far from a usual reference book, Modern Spain takes the reader through the country's history, economy, and politics as well as topics that address Spain's popular culture, such as food, sports, and sexuality.
Because of the interdisciplinary nature of its content, this book differs from the average typical English manuals that very rarely cover in depth the whole array of interesting issues.
Modern Spain, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Starting at the `September Revolution' of and going up to /5(30).
Modern Spain: to the Present is a comprehensive overview of Spanish history from the Napoleonic era to the present day. Places a large emphasis on Spain's place within broader European and global history; The chronological political narrative is enriched by separate chapters on long term economic, social and cultural developments.
An Economic History of Modern Spain. Joseph Harrison. Manchester University Press, - Espagne - Conditions économiques - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Spain is overwhelmingly rich in history, art, and culture.
To learn more about Spain's past and present, check out a few of these books and films. (And see our similar lists for elsewhere in Europe.) Barcelona (Robert Hughes, ).
This is an opinionated journey through the city's tumultuous history, with a focus on art and architecture. The history of Spain dates back to the MiddleHabsburg Spain unified a number of disparate predecessor kingdoms; its modern form of a constitutional monarchy was introduced inand the current democratic constitution dates to After the completion of the Reconquista, the Crown of Castile began to explore across the Atlantic Ocean inexpanding into the New World.
Get this from a library. Modern Spain. [Enrique Ávila López] -- "Far from a usual reference book, Modern Spain takes the reader through the country's history, economy, and politics as well as topics that address Spain's popular culture, such as food, sports, and.
All of these issues, and many more fascinating areas, are dealt with in the book of Giles Tremlett, Ghosts of Spain; a great read for anyone interested in the social developments of this engrossing country.
Finally, no review of modern Spain can be finished without stressing the importance of. History Modern Spain Amherst College Spring Semester Professor: Brian D. Bunk Office: 22 Chapin Telephone: or Office Hours: T, Th: – pm and by appointment Email: [email protected] Revised Schedule Please note the changed due dates.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hume, Martin Andrew Sharp, Modern Spain. London: Unwin,© (OCoLC) A Social History Of Modern Spain book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. An analysis of the social development of Spain since /5.
Spanning the period from c. to c. and including primary sources from across early modern Europe, from Spain to Transylvania, Italy to Iceland, and the European colonies, this book provides an excellent sense of the diversity and complexity of human experience during this time whilst drawing attention to key themes and events of the.
The History of Modern Spain is a comprehensive examination of Spain's history from the beginning of the 19th century to the present day. Bringing together an impressive group of leading figures and emerging scholars in the field from the UK, Canada, the United States, Spain and other European countries, the book innovatively combines a strong.
Modern Spain A Documentary History Edited by Jon Cowans. | pages | Cloth $ | Paper $ History View main book page. Table of Contents. Introduction. Joachim Murat, Report on the Madrid Revolt () 2. Napoleon Bonaparte, Message to the Spaniards () 3.
Calls to Arms () 4. Decrees of the Cádiz Cortes () 5. "More political than cultural in its emphasis, this enormously detailed, scholarly yet thoroughly readable book about modern Spain under Franco should fascinate any reader curious to know what changes have been wrought in that country in the past 30 years.
Professor Herr (UCLA and Berkeley) has researched painstakingly and drawn a clear, authentic and meaningful portrait of Spain. "At the First Table is the only book of its kind in English, and, as such, provides an important foundation for the study of food and foodways in early modern Spain."—Allyson M.
Poska, European History Quarterly.This reinterpretation of the history of modern Spain from the Enlightenment to the threshold of the twenty-first century explains the surprising changes that took Spain from a backward and impoverished nation, with decades of stagnation, civil disorder, and military rule, to one of.
The modern shape of Spain was effectively created in when the crowns of Aragon and Castile united through the marriage of Ferdinand and Isabella. But Spanish history also includes a thriving Muslim era and a world empire.
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