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Racismo Y Xenofobia En El Nacionalismo Catalan Edicion Blanco Y Negro

Author: Cesar Guarde Paz
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781534973114
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Este libro quiere presentar desde una perspectiva lo m�s amplia posible el desarrollo textual de los motivos racistas del catalanismo a trav�s del encuentro directo y personal con lo que sus principales ide�logos y art�fices redactaron y publicaron entre 1878 y 1980. Nuestro prop�sito es ofrecer al lector un acceso directo a las voces que formaron los modernos movimientos nacionalistas catalanes en todas sus vertientes, con una presentaci�n sistem�tica de las m�s relevantes afirmaciones, organizadas a modo de antolog�a. Aunque los textos se explican por s� mismos, se ha precedido esta selecci�n de una documentada introducci�n con la que situar al lector en algunos de los principales topoi que aparecen reiteradamente en relaci�n con la cuesti�n de la "raza catalana", Leitmotiv principal de todos ellos: la formaci�n y car�cter del racismo catal�n, la pol�tica del autoodio, el "seny", la raza en el arte y la literatura, el imperialismo y la Guerra Civil.

Complete Poetry

Author: H. P. Lovecraft
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781981692750
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Here is the complete collection of poetry by H. P. Lovecraft that is available to the public domain. These are defined by the H. P. Lovcraft's listing in Wikipedia and all of the stories come from the H. P. Lovecraft Archive website.

The Suffering Of The Immigrant

Author: Abdelmalek Sayad
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1509534040
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This book is a major contribution to our understanding of the condition of the immigrant and it will transform the reader’s understanding of the issues surrounding immigration. Sayad’s book will be widely used in courses on race, ethnicity, immigration and identity in sociology, anthropology, cultural studies, politics and geography. an outstanding and original work on the experience of immigration and the kind of suffering involved in living in a society and culture which is not one’s own; describes how immigrants are compelled, out of respect for themselves and the group that allowed them to leave their country of origin, to play down the suffering of emigration; Abdelmalek Sayad, was an Algerian scholar and close associate of the French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu - after Sayad’s death, Bourdieu undertook to assemble these writings for publication; this book will transform the reader’s understanding of the issues surrounding immigration.

Us Public Diplomacy And Democratization In Spain

Author: Francisco Javier Rodriguez Jimenez
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137461454
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When the post-war relationship between Spain and America began, Hitler's old ally was an unlikely candidate for US influence. The Cold War changed all this. Soon there were US bases on Spanish territory and a political conjuring trick was under way. This volume examines the public diplomacy strategies that the US government employed to accomplish an almost impossible mission: to keep a warm relationship with a tyrant without drifting apart from his opponents, and to somehow pave the way for a transition to democracy. The book's focus on the perspective of soft power breaks new ground in understanding US-Spanish relations. In so doing, it offers valuable lessons for understanding how public diplomacy has functioned in the past and can function today and tomorrow in transitions to democracy.

Europe S 1968

Author: Robert Gildea
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0192521241
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By the late 1960s, in a Europe divided by the Cold War and challenged by global revolution in Latin America, Asia, and Africa, thousands of young people threw themselves into activism to change both the world and themselves. This new and exciting study of "Europe's 1968" is based on the rich oral histories of nearly 500 former activists collected by an international team of historians across fourteen countries. Activists' own voices reflect on how they were drawn into activism, how they worked and struggled together, how they combined the political and the personal in their lives, and the pride or regret with which they look back on those momentous years. Themes explored include generational revolt and activists' relationship with their families, the meanings of revolution, transnational encounters and spaces of revolt, faith and radicalism, dropping out, gender and sexuality, and revolutionary violence. Focussing on the way in which the activists themselves made sense of their revolt, this work makes a major contribution to both oral history and memory studies. This ambitious study ranges widely across Europe from Franco's Spain to the Soviet Union, and from the two Germanys to Greece, and throws new light on moments and movements which both united and divided the activists of Europe's 1968.

El Separatismo En Cataluna Sociologia Aplicada

Author: Francisco Jaume
Publisher: Sagwan Press
ISBN: 9781296927486
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Civilization Or Barbarism

Author: Cheikh Anta Diop
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 1556520484
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Challenging societal beliefs, this volume rethinks African and world history from an Afrocentric perspective.

Nations And Nationalism Since 1780

Author: E. J. Hobsbawm
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107394465
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Nations and Nationalism since 1780 is Eric Hobsbawm's widely acclaimed and highly readable enquiry into the question of nationalism. Events in the late twentieth century in Eastern Europe and the Soviet republics have since reinforced the central importance of nationalism in the history of the political evolution and upheaval. This second edition has been updated in light of those events, with a final chapter addressing the impact of the dramatic changes that have taken place. Also included are additional maps to illustrate nationalities, languages and political divisions across Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.