Towards a Democratic Scenario
Edited By Pedro Ibarra Güell and Åshild Kolås
This book describes the contemporary re-imagining of Basque nationhood in both Spain and France. Taking a fresh look at the history of Basque nationalist movements, it explores the new debates that have emerged since the demise of non-state militancy. Alongside analysis of local transformations, it also describes the impact of global changes on ideas about Basque self-determination.
List of Figures vii List of Tables viii Acronyms ix Acknowledgements xi Map of the Basque Country xiii Pedro Ibarra Güell and Iban Galletebeitia Gabiola Introduction 1 Francisco Letamendia 1 The Violent Conflict: Actors, Histories, Models and Discourses 33 Henar Criado 2 Legacies of the Past and Basque Identity after the Democratic Transition 63 Ane Larrinaga and Mila Amurrio 3 The Ethno-linguistic Movement and Linguistic Self-determination in Euskara 83 Asier Blas 4 Identity, Territoriality and Basque Secessionism: The Issue of Navarre 121 vi Mateo Ballester 5 Constitutional Patriotism and Constitutionalism in the Basque Country 151 Iñigo Urrutia and Zelai Nikolas 6 Legal Limits of Decentralization in Spain: Accommodation or Secession? 183 Eduardo J. Ruiz-Vieytez 7 Basque Sovereigntism and New Diversities in the Post-Violence Scenario 219 Igor Ahedo 8 Iparralde: The Emergence of the Basque Territory in France 253 Julen Zabalo and Txoli Mateos 9 National Identities in the Basque Country: Present and Future Trends 281 Glossary 309 Notes on Contributors 313 Index 319
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