Spanish Cultural Studies: An Introduction: The Struggle for Modernity / Edition 1

Spanish Cultural Studies: An Introduction: The Struggle for Modernity / Edition 1

by Helen Graham
     
 

ISBN-10: 0198151993

ISBN-13: 9780198151999

Pub. Date: 03/14/1996

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

Spanish cultural studies are still in their infancy and to date there has been little interdisciplinary work. Spanish Cultural Studies: An Introduction maps out the new terrain, taking into account the major changes which have been taking place in the context of Spanish Studies in both secondary and higher education. The focus is now upon a broader range of

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Spanish cultural studies are still in their infancy and to date there has been little interdisciplinary work. Spanish Cultural Studies: An Introduction maps out the new terrain, taking into account the major changes which have been taking place in the context of Spanish Studies in both secondary and higher education. The focus is now upon a broader range of cultural forms, so this book adopts an interdisciplinary approach in its wide-ranging study of twentieth-century Spanish culture and society, emphasizing recent and contemporary developments.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780198151999
Publisher:
Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date:
03/14/1996
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
480
Product dimensions:
9.19(w) x 6.25(h) x 0.95(d)
Lexile:
1530L (what's this?)

Table of Contents

Introduction
1. Culture and Modernity: The Case of Spain
I: Elites in Crisis, 1898-1931
National Identities
2. The Loss of Empire, Regenerationism, and the Forging of a Myth of National Identity
3. The Nationalisms of the Periphery: Culture and Politics in the Construction of National Identity
Ideological Tensions
4. The Social Praxis and Cultural Politics of Spanish Catholicism
5. Education and the Limits of Liberalism
Modernismo and Modernisme
6. Literary Modernismo in Castilian: The Creation of a Dissident Cultural Elite
7. Catalan Literary Modernisme and Noucentisme: From Dissidence to Order
8. Catalan Modernista Architecture: Using the Past to Build the Modern
The Avant-Garde
9. The Literary Avant-Garde: A Contradictory Modernity
10. Internationalism and Eclecticism: Surrealism and the Avant-Garde in Painting and Film, 1920-1930
11. The Musical Avant-Garde: Modernity and Tradition
Popular Culture
12. Rural and Urban Popular Cultures
13. The Cuplé: Modernity and Mass Culture
II: The Failure of Democratic Modernization, 1931-1939
Sexual Politics
14. Women and Social Change
15. Beyond Tradition and 'Modernity': The Cultural and Sexual Politics of Spanish Anarchism
Intellectuals and Power
16. Reform Idealized: The Intellectual and Ideological Origins of the Second Republic
17. The Republican State and Mass Educational-Cultural Initiatives, 1931-1936
Monolithicity versus Pluralism: Political Debates
18. The Political Debate within Catholicism
19. Catalan Nationalism: Cultural Plurality and Political Ambiguity
The Cultural Politics of the Civil War
20. The Republican and Nationalist Wartime Cultural Apparatus
21. Propaganda Art: Culture and the People or For the People?
III: Authoritarian Modernization, 1940-1975
i. Building the State and the Practice of Power, 1940-1959
The Material Reality of State Power
22. 'Terror and Progress': Industrialization, Modernity, and the Making of Francoism
23. Gender and the State: Women in the '40s
Cultural Control
24. Education and Political Control
25. The Moving Image of the Franco Regime: Noticiaros y Documentales 1943-1975
26. The Ideology and Practice of Sport
27. Censorship or the Fear of Mass Culture
Cultural Nationalism
28. Cifesa: Cinema and Authoritarian Aesthetics
29. Constructing the Nation: Francoist Architecture
30. Music and the Limits of Cultural Nationalism
Resisting the State
31. The Urban and Rural Guerrilla of the '40s
32. Popular Culture in the 'Years of Hunger'
33. The Emergence of a Dissident Intelligentsia ii. Developmentalism, Mass Culture, and Consumerism, 1960-1975
Adapting to Social Change
34. Social and Economic Change in a Climate of Political Immobilism
35. Educational Policy in a Changing Society
36. Catholicism and Social Change
Opposition Culture
37. The Left and the Legacy of Francoism: Political Culture in Opposition and Transition
38. The Politics of Popular Music: On the Dynamics of New Song
Artistic Experiment and Diversification
39. Literary Experiment and Cultural Cannibalization
40. Painting and Sculpture: The Rejection of High Art
41. Cimema, Memory, and the Unconscious
IV: Democracy and Europeanization: Continuity and Change, 1975-1992
Democracy and Cultural Change
42. Political Transition and Cultural Democracy: Coping with the Speed of Change
43. Educational Policy in Democratic Spain
44. Back to the Future: Cinema and Democracy
Regional Autonomy and Cultural Policy
45. Some Perspectives on the Nation State and Autonomies in Spain
46. The Politics of Language: Spain's Minority Languages
47. Becoming Normal: Cultural Production and Cultural Policy in Catalonia
48. Negotiating Galician Cultural Identity
49. The Promotion of Cultural Production in Basque
The State, Enterprise Culture, and the Arts
50. The Mass Media: A Problematic Modernization
51. Redefining the Public Interest: Television in Spain Today
52. The Film Industry: Under Pressure from the State and Television
53. Artistic Patronage and Enterprise Culture
54. Designer Culture in the '80s: The Price of Success
Gender and Sexuality
55. The Silent Revolution: The Social and Cultural Advances of Women in Democratic Spain
56. Work, Women, and the Family: A Critical Perspective
57. Gay and Lesbian Culture
Conclusion: Modernity and Cultural Pluralism
58. Postmodernism and the Problem of Cultural Identity
59. The Politics of 1992

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