After having been award the Honoris Causa. A capacity riveted until the last moment. as it leaves a new title ready for printing. Jordi Nadal has already publicly described him as one of the greats. and I will not be the one to dare to correct the demanding doctor Nadal. At the editorial level. his influence was reflected in the catalogs of Ariel and Critique. His have been titles and cover texts. bets on (then) new authors and guidelines for collecting the best of each new historiographical school. But his generosity also materialized through suggestions. advice. help. and prologues in many other publishing adventures. And finally. there is the mastery from the classrooms and from the books.
From the press and the most diverse conferences. If we were to talk about a ‘fontanista’ school. we would have to look beyond the university: in high school teachers. in social movements. in anonymous readers. in students accumulated over the years. He believed so strongly that his office in Pompeii was preside over by this handwritten phrase taken from a letter from Jaume Vicens Vives: “Exercise in class or in conversation. where there are many things that will never be print.” The papers cover the entire chronological spectrum.
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Of bibliographic news and an academic visit to Colombia phone numbers historic military venues. the two conferences that will open and close the conference should be highlighted. María Dolores Ramos . Professor of Contemporary History and a renowned researcher on gender issues . will begin the Congress by talking about “Women and the construction of peace: discourses and experiences”; while former UN Under-Secretary-General for Communication and Public Information and Council of the European Union official Cristina Gallach. will close with an intervention focused on “Women. victims and peacekeepers in crisis and conflict.” The Congress has the collaboration of the UOC. among other institutions and universities. Ivan Muriana Reig . a student at our UOC Master’s in Humanities.
Has just published the article ” Guy Debord. the philosopher of May ” in El Temps magazine . The piece is the result of work carry out within the subject ” History of Contemporary Culture “. and which focus its attention on four moments of rupture in the history of contemporary culture. One of them. precisely: the revolutions of 1968. Under the direction of the professor. essayist and historian Andreu Navarra . Muriana places the importance of the Situationist International during the Paris revolt and. within it. of the philosopher Debord. The article can also be open on Ramon Alcoberro’s website .
Guy Debord. The Philosopher
of May By Ivan Muriana Reig guy debord history contemporary culture. A peace conference on the Vietnam conflict was schedule to take place in. Paris in May 1968 when the uprising broke out. Workers and students took to the streets of Paris. In the revolutionary environment. A small group of intellectuals who had the purpose of becoming the most active avant-garde. Current in overcoming art through widespread creativity had a decisive influence. It was the Situationist International. where the always controversial figure of Guy Debord (1931-1994) stands out. The resolution of the 52nd edition of the “Serra d’Or” Critics’ Awards. which took place at the Espai Endesa.