Spanish identity in the age of nations / José Álvarez-Junco.

By: Alvarez Junco, José, 1942-Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Original language: Spanish Series: JSTOR eBooksPublisher: Manchester, UK ; New York : New York : Manchester University Press ; Distributed in the U.S. exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan, ©2011Description: 1 online resource (408 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781781701737; 1781701733; 9781847794772; 1847794777Uniform titles: Mater Dolorosa. English Subject(s): Nationalism -- Spain -- HistoryAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No title; Print version:: Spanish identity in the age of nations.DDC classification: 946 LOC classification: DP203 | .A4813 2011Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
I. The origins of the nation: 1. Ethnic patriotism; 2. Factors conditioning inherited identity; 3. The 'war of independence': a promising beginning -- II. The nationalisation of culture: 4. National history and collective memory; 5. The arts and sciences enlisted in support of the nation -- III. Conservative opinion: between religion and the nation: 6. Catholicism and sepañolismo: from the ancien régime to Fernando VII' 7. The "Two Spains" -- IV. The successes and failure of Spanish Nationalism in the Nineteenth Century: 8. An identity in search of a purpose; 9. The 'crisis of penetration' of the state; 10. Heading towards 'disaster'.
Summary: First published in Spanish in 2001, this book was quickly recognised as a monumental achievement by one of Spain's most original and engaging historians. Álvarez Junco's book is a path breaking study of the development of Spanish national identity ('the idea of Spain') from the Middle Ages to the present.
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Translated from the Spanish.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

I. The origins of the nation: 1. Ethnic patriotism; 2. Factors conditioning inherited identity; 3. The 'war of independence': a promising beginning -- II. The nationalisation of culture: 4. National history and collective memory; 5. The arts and sciences enlisted in support of the nation -- III. Conservative opinion: between religion and the nation: 6. Catholicism and sepañolismo: from the ancien régime to Fernando VII' 7. The "Two Spains" -- IV. The successes and failure of Spanish Nationalism in the Nineteenth Century: 8. An identity in search of a purpose; 9. The 'crisis of penetration' of the state; 10. Heading towards 'disaster'.

First published in Spanish in 2001, this book was quickly recognised as a monumental achievement by one of Spain's most original and engaging historians. Álvarez Junco's book is a path breaking study of the development of Spanish national identity ('the idea of Spain') from the Middle Ages to the present.

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