Spanish History since 1808 Hodder Arnold Publication
Leading Spanish scholars - whose work is rarely available to an anglophone audience - have combined with North American and British historians to produce a major re-evaluation of modern Spanish history, the first for some 20 years. Exploring the main issues in social, economic, cultural, and political history, within a clear chronological framework, 'Spanish History since 1808' reflects the liveliness and diversity of the field and provides points of entry to key issues for students and scholars alike.
This new edited collection will inevitably find a prominent place on the reading lists of courses on modern Spanish and European history. It is a substantial volume with broad temporal and thematic coverage. (English Historical Review)
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