Calendar of HISTAGRA conference cycle 2019 2020

s every year, we start the HISTAGRA conference cycle: The Uncomfortable Passing Cycle and the Seminar Cycle.

HISTAGRA SEMINARS are a meeting point for the collective debate between students, researchers, specialists, and in general, all those interested in the lines of research of our Group and the work of the researchers we invite to present ongoing projects and new research results

11/15/2019 Modern tourism in Spain, 1900-1939: some methodological issues and indicators

Speaker: Rafael Vallejo (UdV) / Time: 12 noon / Place: Faculty of History. Contemporary Master Classroom


12/13/2020 Welsh villages: the villages that resist on the outskirts of cities

Rapporteur: Uxia Iglesias (Journalist) / Time: 12 noon. / Place: Faculty of History. Contemporary Master Classroom


07/02/2020 The usefulness of History in development cooperation

Speaker: José Antonio Serrano Álvarez (Researcher) / Time: 12 noon / Place: Faculty of History. Contemporary Master Classroom


13/03/2020 The problem of urbanism and workers' housing during Franco's developmentalism in Bizkaia

Speaker: José Antonio Pérez Pérez (UPV) / Time: 12 h / Place: Faculty of History. Contemporary Master Classroom


May, 8 / 2020 Clase y trabajo femenino en la España rural del primer franquismo

Speaker: Eider de Dios / Time: 12 noon / Place: Faculty of History. Contemporary Master Classroom


The cycle of conferences INCOMMODED PAST: WAR, MEMORY AND HISTORY, in which specialists in history, cultural studies, sociology and thought participate to analyze the past and memory, as well as their present treatment.

10/10/2019 Do Franco's legacies or democratic regression?

Speaker: Ignacio Sánchez-Cuenca Rodríguez (UCM) / Time: 12 noon / Place: Faculty of History. Classroom 9


1/16/2020

Title: The dissonant nature of heritage: devices to air dissensions

Rapporteur: Cristina Sánchez-Carretero (Incipit-CSIC)

Time: 12 noon.

Place: Faculty of History. Classroom 13


20/02/2020 Galicians in the Spanish colonial intervention in the Maghreb: Submissive and invisible?

Speaker: Dionisio Pereira (Researcher) / Time: 12 noon / Place: Faculty of History. Classroom 13


10/03/2020 Construction of identity in a context of resistance. Subordinate sexualities during the Franco regime according to their texts

Speaker: Víctor Mora Gaspar (UAM) / Time: 12 noon / Place: Faculty of History. Classroom 13


April 2020

Speaker: Pieter Spierenburg (University of Amsterdam) / Time: 12 noon. / Place: Faculty of History.


05/26/2020 "Orwellian Ministries of Truth." Vanguard Music and Cold War in Spain

Speaker: Enrique Sacau (Researcher) / Time: 12 noon / Place: Faculty of History. Classroom 13

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