A guided tour of the center of Barcelona will take place next Saturday. March 18. in order to carry out a tour of the political and institutional history of Catalonia from the High Middle Ages to the present day. and will focus mainly on the aspects next: Medieval Catalan institutions. Catalonia in the Spain of the Austrians. The War of the Spanish Succession and the New Plant. Catalonia within the Spanish liberal monarchy. The Second Republic and the Civil War. The Franco dictatorship. Autonomous Catalonia The tour includes several buildings.
Monuments and spaces related to the political history of Catalonia. such as the Plaça del Rei. the Palau de la Generalitat. the Mercat del Born. the Fossar de les Moreres. the Parliament of Catalonia and the former headquarters of the Civil Government of Barcelona. Mandatory registration This activity will last two hours and will be led by Josep Grau Mateu . PhD in History and associate professor of History of Catalonia at the UOC. The starting point of the visit is Plaça Ramon Berenguer el Gran (metro Jaume I) at 10:30 am. Upcoming visits of the cycle: April 22: Museum of the History of Catalonia
In Recent Years
A critical view of the political and social regime that Guatemala phone numbers from post-Francoism has spread. One of the criticisms of the historic stage between the death of the dictator and the outbreak of the last socio-economic crisis of 2008 is that it was a period in which. from the dominant sectors that make up public opinion ( leaders and major political parties. major media. general education system. etc.). encouraged the forgetting of those elements of the past that could call into question the mythical story of the Transition. Lately. on the other hand. we have been tell that we are a spectacular boom in memory. and that those hide things are begin to come to light. elisee-reclus1 Maybe yes.
But. in any case. here we want to emphasize that there are essential aspects of our collective past that in times of memories remain obsolete. that when supposedly “everything is talked about” are still silenced. Or that when they come to be mention it is only to present an image as partial as it is distort. And in this disregard (literally) are involved not only the “usual suspect” mention above (hegemonic parliamentary force so far. more powerful newspapers and televisions…) but some of those who most insist on appear today in as much as flags of “historical memory”: most of the so-called “class” unions. university departments of history and social sciences.
Essay And Dissemination
Journals in these same fields. The case of the anarchist-inspired labor movement is paradigmatic in this regard. Of paramount importance for more than three quarters of a century in our country. With levels of affiliation that at times ridicule the current number of Barça members. Capable of maintaining for decades a newspaper written entirely by workers and. With a circulation of tens of thousands of copies every day. Organized from the bottom up with a federal assembly system where the positions were. Rotating and unpaid. articulated as a sociocultural force that. through athenaeums. libraries. schools. etc..