The Cultural Impact of the Great War in Catalonia, Spain, Europe and a Glance at Latin America
Edited By Xavier Pla, Maximiliano Fuentes and Francesc Montero
This book features essays by some of the most important specialists in the First World War from Spain, Italy, Portugal, the United Kingdom and Latin America, who, in the centenary of the conflict, provide an innovative critical approach to this crucial event in contemporary history.
Hispanic Studies: Culture and Ideas
This series aims to publish studies in the arts, humanities and social sciences, the main focus of which is the Hispanic World. The series invites proposals with interdisciplinary approaches to Hispanic culture in fields such as the history of concepts and ideas, the sociology of culture, the evolution of visual arts, the critique of literature, and the uses of historiography. It is not confined to a particular historical period.
Monographs as well as collected papers are welcome in English or Spanish.
Those interested in contributing to the series are invited to write with either the synopsis of a subject already in typescript or with a detailed project outline to either Professor Claudio Canaparo, Department of Iberian and Latin American Studies, School of Arts, Birkbeck College, 43 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PD, UK, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Peter Lang Ltd, email@example.com.
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