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Spanish Civil War And Its Memory The

Author : Molly Goodkind
ISBN : 9788447539277
Genre : History
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The CASB Occasional Papers is intended as a platform for the dissemination of research focused on Spanish topics carried out by young American university students. Many students come to Spain to complete their academic studies, discover the complexity of the local society and its history and, as a consequence, some of them address their academic interest in Hispanic issues in writing. In this sense, CASB Occasional Papers aims to contribute to the evolution of a new generation of “Hispanistas” from different fields and backgrounds in the very early steps of their academic careers and, at the same time, offer the results of their junior research to broader and non-specialized audiences. Within a context of decreasing interest in humanities and social studies, this publication is an effort to promote and encourage research in fields centered around the perspective of “outsiders”, the Transatlantic point of view and an interdisciplinary approach to wide-ranging themes. The three papers included here examine several aspects of the Spanish Civil War and its consequences: Molly Goodkind analyzes four important radical American women (Mary Low, Lois Orr, Martha Gellhorn and Josephine Herbst) who participated in the war; Marcella Hayes examines the role of seven anarchist maquis during the Francoist dictatorship in Barcelona; and Amanda Mitchell studies the relevant recent debates on history and memory as a result of the Ley de la Memoria Histórica (2007).

Using Spanish Synonyms

Author : R. E. Batchelor
ISBN : 0521446945
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Produced specifically for English-speaking students, this new guide will enable them to develop, broaden and enhance their awareness of the richness of Spanish and Spanish-American vocabulary. It contains a wide variety of material, both formal and informal, literary and practical, which is not readily available in traditional dictionaries. The tabular layout is designed for maximum ease of reference, with sample contexts and English equivalents for each Spanish item. There are four indexes enabling the user quickly to locate any given Spanish or English word.

Diccionario Bilingue Cambridge Spanish English With Cd Rom Pocket Edition

Author : Cambridge University Press
ISBN : 8483234769
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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A Spanish-English bilingual dictionary specifically written to meet the needs of Spanish learners of English.

Bravo Spanish Language Edition

Author : Margarita Engle
ISBN : 9781250156013
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Poemas de latinos increíbles. Aida de Acosta, Arnold Rojas, Baruj Benacerraf, César Chávez, Fabiola Cabeza de Baca, Félix Varela, George Meléndez, José Martí, Juan de Miralles, Juana Briones, Julia de Burgos, Louis Agassiz Fuertes, Paulina Pedroso, Pura Belpré, Roberto Clemente, Tito Puente, Ynes Mexia, Tomás Rivera

The Spanish Literary Generation Of 1968

Author : William M. Sherzer
ISBN : 9780761858003
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Spanish Literary Generation of 1968: José Maria Guelbenzu, Lourdes Ortiz, and Ana María Moix serves multiple purposes. Most importantly, it is an overview of an important moment in Spanish literary history that is connected to an extremely important moment in world history, 1968, as well as what that year represents in many countries, such as France, Germany, Mexico, and the United States. This text aims to show how young writers who were coming of age precisely at that moment incorporated into their novels the new ideas that they found in the writing of many foreign authors, generally unknown to previous generations, whose works were essential to their development. The author has focused on three authors who he feels are most representative of their generation, and follows with a lengthy study of the critical reception they have received over time. Finally, in an appendix, one will find excerpts of an unpublished novel by Lourdes Ortiz and interviews with all three authors. It is hoped that this text, with its extensive bibliography, will serve as a valuable source for students and professors alike.

Death And Dying In Colonial Spanish America

Author : Martina Will de Chaparro
ISBN : 9780816521081
Genre : History
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When the Spanish colonized the Americas, they brought many cultural beliefs and practices with them, not the least of which involved death and dying. The essays in this volume explore the resulting intersections of cultures through recent scholarship related to death and dying in colonial Spanish America between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries. The authors address such important questions as: What were the relationships between the worlds of the living and the dead? How were these relationships sustained not just through religious dogma and rituals but also through everyday practices? How was unnatural death defined within different population strata? How did demographic and cultural changes affect mourning? The variety of sources uncovered in the authors’ original archival research suggests the wide diversity of topics and approaches they employ: Nahua annals, Spanish chronicles, Inquisition case records, documents on land disputes, sermons, images, and death registers. Geographically, the range of research focuses on the viceroyalties of New Spain, Peru, and New Granada. The resulting records—both documentary and archaeological—offer us a variety of vantage points from which to view each of these cultural groups as they came into contact with others. Much less tied to modern national boundaries or old imperial ones, the many facets of the new historical research exploring the topic of death demonstrate that no attitudes or practices can be considered either “Western” or universal.

Revista De Estudios Hisp Nicos

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ISBN : UTEXAS:059172136020375
Genre : Civilization, Hispanic
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Concise Oxford Spanish Dictionary

Author : Carol Styles Carvajal
ISBN : 9780198609773
Genre : Reference
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Up-to-date coverage of more 170,000 words and phrases, and 240,000 translations, as well as notes on the life and culture of countries of the Spanish-speaking world, are provided in an authoritative, concise dictionary.

Skeletal Trauma Analysis

Author : Nicholas V. Passalacqua
ISBN : 9781118384220
Genre : Medical
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Case Studies in Skeletal Trauma Analysis offers a selection of case studies contributed by experienced, professional forensic anthropologists and pathologists. The over-arching theme of the book is attention to the context, known circumstances, and known mechanisms of skeletal injury from a case study perspective. Chapters contain detailed descriptions and multiple supporting images giving the context of the forensic case and the skeletal trauma in question. This allows for a great amount of information to be presented by the authors concerning the skeletal trauma they encounter and how it relates back to the death event. This book is set apart from similar books in that each submitted case study has known contextual information as to how the trauma was inflicted. Each author has been selected both for their expertise and also their involvement in the specific cases from the scene investigation to the autopsy to providing expert testimony and knowing the final adjudication. Each chapter provides an important reference for the particular aspect of skeletal trauma and provides a critical eye to the state of available literature, particularly those based on anecdotal experience alone. This volume will be useful in the working laboratory as well as the classroom featuring common and uncommon skeletal trauma encountered in a modern forensic setting. Different sections present specific types of trauma via multiple cases by various authors describing the circumstances of each forensic case and the characteristic injuries to the bone. This level of detail allows the reader to get an in-depth look at various skeletal injuries, and also an understanding of how to approach unknown trauma using wound characteristics and context. This volume will be a necessity for any forensic anthropologist or forensic pathologist encountering skeletal trauma and for educators teaching forensic skeletal trauma analysis. The current volumes dealing with skeletal trauma (listed below) are more anecdotal or theoretical, nor are they geared toward educating others about how to perform skeletal trauma analysis. Each chapter of this book deals with cases of skeletal trauma from practicing professionals in an educational manner, demonstrating how the analysis was conducted and how the practitioner properly interpreted and reported their conclusions. The focus of this volume is on human skeletal trauma in a forensic context, specifically for the forensic anthropologist or forensic pathologist. Skeletal trauma can be considered any damage that affects bone or hard tissues (e.g. cartilage, dentition). Forensically, skeletal trauma is extremely important as it may be the only direct evidence of violence indicative of the cause of death of a decedent after the decomposition of soft tissues. Therefore an accurate understanding and interpretation of skeletal trauma is key to forensic investigations as this information is often the only remaining evidence of the death event.

Legacies Of Violence In Contemporary Spain

Author : Ofelia Ferrán
ISBN : 9781317532958
Genre : History
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This book provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary study of the multiple legacies of Francoist violence in contemporary Spain, with a special focus on the exhumations of mass graves from the Civil War and post-war era. The various contributions frame their study within a broader reflection on the nature, function and legacies of state-sanctioned violence in its many forms. Offering perspectives from fields as varied as history, political science, literary and cultural studies, forensic and cultural anthropology, international human rights law, sociology, and art, this volume explores the multifaceted nature of a society’s reckoning with past violence. It speaks not only to those interested in contemporary Spain and Western Europe, but also to those studying issues of transitional and post-transitional justice in other national and regional contexts.

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