Nationalism and Transnationalism in Spain and Latin America, 1808–1923

Golygydd(ion): Paul Garner Angel Smith

Iaith: Saesneg

Dosbarthiad(au): Athroniaeth Hanes

Cyfres: Iberian and Latin American Studies

  • Chwefror 2017 · 288tudalen · 216x138mm

  • ·Clawr Caled - 9781783169719
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‘Nationalism and Transnationalism represents a genuinely welcome and refreshing break from the more traditional nationalist works that have eschewed the study of the flow and movement of people and ideas between Spain and Latin America along the Hispanic ‘corridor’ during the long nineteenth century. The very real impact these had in what were undoubtedly markedly different regions and contexts bound, notwithstanding, by the historical experience of the Spanish Empire, as this ground-breaking collection of essays shows, merits careful consideration. By forcing us to reflect on Cádiz-inspired as well as popular liberalism, meta-national loyalties, Church-state relations, Krausismo, and notions of Hispanidad vis-à-vis competing Spanish American and Peninsular nationalisms from a global perspective, Garner and Smith’s edited volume offers the reader a much needed and exciting new understanding of how the nation-state’s emergence and development on both sides of the Atlantic was informed by highly influential transnational ideologies.’

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Paul Garner

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Angel Smith

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