Science, culture and national identity in Francoist Spain, 1939-1959 / Marició Janué i Miret, Albert Presas i Puig, editors.
- Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.
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- Science -- Social aspects -- Spain -- History -- 20th century.
Nationalism and science -- Spain -- History -- 20th century.
Science -- Political aspects -- Spain -- History -- 20th century.
Spain -- History -- 1939-1975.
- Part I. Methodology
1. Introduction: The usefulness of science and culture as nationalization tools in the early Franco regime: Maricio Janue-Miret; Albert Presas i Puig
2. Science, Nation and Culture: Changing Meanings: Mitchell G. Ash
Part II: Scientific and cultural policy in the New State
3. The foreign modernity: Symbolic order and science policy at the CSIC during early Francoism: Andres Antolin Hofrichter
4. Scenarios of Science and Symbols of the New State:Political Resignification of the University City of Madrid: Carolina Rodriguez Lopez
5. Epistemic Communities and Science Makers in the Franco Regime:A Study of the Nuclear Energy Board: Albert Presas i Puig
6. Science and technology in the nationalist debate in Catalonia after the Civil War: Antoni Roca Rosell
Part III. Women's space in the science and culture of the regime
7. In the Land of Men. Women in Applied Sciences at the CSIC: Fernando Garcia Naharro
8. A field open to women: censorship of childrens and youth literature under Franco through women readers: Ramon Tena Fernandez and Jose Soto Vazquez
9. The contribution of the Female Section to the Hispanic Community of Nations: Vanessa Tessada Sepulveda
Part IV: Perspectives of nationalization in scientific disciplines and the arts
10. On the political value of science: the three lives of Spanish Mathematics in early Francoism: Jose M. Pacheco
11. The influence of French fundamentalist nationalism on the ideology of the Generation of 1948: Sara Prades Plaza
12. Of queens, soldiers, nuns, and bullfighters: nationalist stories in the fiction films of the Franco regime (19391963): Gabriela Viadero Carral
13. The nationalisation of the avant-garde during Francoism: Jorge Luis Marzo
Part V. Internationalization of science and culture in the Franco regime
14. French Hispanism and Spanish cultural diplomacy during the Franco regime: Antonio Nino
15. Pause and adaptation in the post-war period: the re-establishment of Spanish-German cultural diplomacy (1945-1958): Maricio Janue i Miret
16. Un scandale: Franco a lUNESCO: The Franco Dictatorship and the Struggle for International Representation in the Social Sciences: Nicolas Sesma
17. Welcome to the Future! Science as a tool for American geopolitics in 1950s Spain: Lorenzo Delgado Gomez-Escalonilla.
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- Janué i Miret, Marició, editor.
Presas i Puig, Albert, editor.
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