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Basque Nationalism and the Spanish State (Basque Series)

by Andre Lecours

  • 148 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by University of Nevada Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European history (ie other than Britain & Ireland),
  • Nationalism,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Spain,
  • Europe - Spain & Portugal,
  • Modern - 20th Century,
  • Political History,
  • Political Ideologies - Nationalism,
  • Europe - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages238
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8381785M
    ISBN 100874177227
    ISBN 109780874177220

      The mounting tensions between Catalan nationalism and the Spanish state are like an encounter between an unstoppable force and an immovable object. The impending crash has been temporarily averted by the decision of Catalan President Carles Puigdemont to suspend declaring independence following Catalonia’s October 1 referendum, in which a majority voted to break away from Spain (the Spanish.   Well, the first thing is that “Spaniards” is neither a very consistent nationality, there are Castilians, Andalusians, Galicians, Balearic, Valencians, Cántabros, those from the Canary Islands etc etc. But I guess that for the purpose of the quest.

    The weaknesses in the process of Spanish state-building – to which Basque nationalism is inextricably linked – constitute an elementary foundation to understand the principles of ETA (), as a terrorist organisation, and the nature of the nationalist identities involved in the conflict. Even by the standards of Franco's Spain the industrial towns of the Spanish Basque country seemed grey, sullen and neglected. Any protest was blacked out in the Spanish media and there was no public presence whatever of Euskera, the Basque language, nor do I remember once hearing it spoken. Yet there was a whole world there waiting to surface.

    Discover the best Basque Country (Greater Region) books and audiobooks. Learn from Basque Country (Greater Region) experts like Andy Symington and André Lecours. Read Basque Country (Greater Region) books like Bilbao & Basque Region and Basque Nationalism And The Spanish State for free with a free day trial. The Basques (/ b ɑː s k s / or / b æ s k s /; Basque: euskaldunak [eus̺kaldunak]; Spanish: vascos; French: basques) are a European ethnic group, characterised by the Basque language, a common culture and shared genetic ancestry to the ancient Vascones and Aquitanians. Basques are indigenous to and primarily inhabit an area traditionally known as the Basque Country (Basque: Euskal Herria.


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Basque Nationalism and the Spanish State (Basque Series) by Andre Lecours Download PDF EPUB FB2

"This is an academically rigorous work that addresses both the historical evolution between the Basque Country and the Spanish state and, crucially, recent political developments in this relationship.

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Demonstrates how Basque nationalism was shaped by the many forms and historical phases of the Spanish state. This book offers a comparative discussion of Basque, Catalan, Scottish, Flemish, and.

Basque Nationalism and the Spanish State" is an original and provocative discussion that is essential reading for anyone interested in the Basques or in the development of modern nationalist movements.5/5(1). (PDF) Basque Nationalism and the Spanish State | Luis Moreno - is a platform for academics to share research papers.

This book presents the analyses and findings of research carried out on (and in) the Basque country. The author has dealt in his previous work with the study of compound national states.

bly linked to the development of Spanish nationalism. The main argument is that Basque nationalism should be understood in relation to state- and nation-building in the Iberian Peninsula. The book suggests that Basque nationalism is the product of a historical trajectory that saw the Spanish state assume four different forms.

Basque nationalism, often involving unrest and violence by and against the ETA, has continued, but the ETA lost significant popular support beginning in the s. InSpanish and French officials agreed on joint measures to crack down on the terrorist group; a cease-fire (–99) by the ETA failed to lead to a peace accord.

This book presents the analyses and findings of research carried out on (and in) the Basque country. The author has dealt in his previous work with the study of compound national states in which minority nations Author: Luis Moreno.

Basque Nationalism and the Spanish State: Alternative Routes To Nationalist Mobilisation. In this Book. Additional Information. Buy This Book in Print. Project MUSE Mission.

Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars Author: Daniele Conversi.

Demonstrates how Basque nationalism was shaped by the many forms and historical phases of the Spanish state. This book offers a comparative discussion of Basque, Catalan, Scottish, Flemish, and Quebecois nationalist movements, suggesting that nationalism in Basque Country, is in many ways similar to nationalism in other industrialized democracies/5(6).

In the Basque Country, ETA eschewed the staunch Catholicism of Arana and added a Marxist bent, calling for the establishment of an independent, Marxist Basque state. Mainstream Basque nationalism – that espoused by the region’s longtime political heavyweight, the Basque Nationalist Party (PNV) – has also evolved from Arana’s heavy.

Hills of Conflict provides the first detailed analysis in English of the history of Basque nationalism in France from the Ancien Regime to the present day. The Basques are descended from one of the original indigenous tribes of Europe, and their homeland was defined prior to the creation of the modern state system and its borders.

This book examines the relationship between the Basques and the. Demonstrates how Basque nationalism was shaped by the many forms and historical phases of the Spanish state.

This book offers a comparative discussion of Basque, Catalan, Scottish, Flemish, and. 14 The title of Arana’s book can be translated as Biscay for Its Independence.

It represents the firs ; 15 Diego Muro () Ethnicity and Violence: The Case of Radical Basque Nationalism, London: Routledg ; 16 Payne, Basque Nationalism, p.

5 Nationalism in the Basque Country is known to have emerged in the late 19 th century, namely in s, when the founding father of Basque.

Basque Nationalism and the Spanish State is an original and provocative discussion that is essential reading for anyone interested in the Basques or in the development of modern nationalist : University of Nevada Press.

This article analyzes the strategic parameters of a constitutional right to secede. It argues that these parameters help to qualify the right as a potentially effective alternative to either status quo symmetrical arrangements or a constitutional. Demonstrates how Basque nationalism was shaped by the many forms and historical phases of the Spanish state.

This book offers a comparative discussion of Basque, Catalan, Scottish, Flemish, and Quebecois nationalist movements, suggesting that nationalism in Basque Country, is in many ways similar to nationalism in other industrialized democracies.

Spain’s transition from the Franco dictatorship to a democratic state has been widely regarded as exemplary. However, this powerfully written book reveals that as Spain’s first post-transition government attempted to destroy the Basque separatist group ETA, it adopted the very Author: Andre Lecours.

A Team of Our Own: The Role of Local and Regional Identities in Spanish Sport. The International Journal of the History of Sport: Vol. 37, Special. Being based in the Spanish Basque Country allows me to examine national identities through the prism of Spain’s heterogeneity.

The solidification of the concept of the nation-state across the globe has made us aware of the risks of nationalism turning .Basque nationalism, spanning three different regions in two states (the autonomous communities of Basque Country and Navarre in Spain, and the French Basque Country in France) is " irredentist in nature" as it favors political unification of all the Basque-speaking provinces (now divided in .Basque nationalism is a movement that has encompassed myth, mystery, violence, and compromise, all of which have found their justification from the unique language, source of Euskera is uncertain due to its non-Indo-European origin, although there is evidence that it belongs “to the same agglutinative type of speech as do Santali, Mundari, Kurku, and other dialects of the Munda.