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Continental Transfers: Cultural and Political Exchange among Spain, Italy and Argentina, 1914-1945

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Continental Transfers

Cultural and Political Exchange among Spain, Italy and Argentina, 1914-1945

Edited by Maximiliano Fuentes Codera and Patrizia Dogliani

202 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80073-339-8 $135.00/£99.00 / Hb / Published (May 2022)

eISBN 978-1-80073-340-4 eBook

https://doi.org/10.3167/9781800733398


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Despite being separated by thousands of miles and shaped by distinctive national histories, the countries of Spain, Italy, and Argentina were intertwined in a variety of ways during the first half of the twentieth century. This collection brings scholars from each nation into conversation with one another to trace these complex historical connections over the period of the two World Wars. Deploying “Latinity” as a novel analytical framework, it gives a broad and dynamic perspective on cases of reciprocal exchange that include the influence of Italian Socialism on Hispanophone leftists; the roots of Argentine liberalism in Machiavelli and Spanish Nationalist thinkers; and the web of connections among Italian Fascism, Argentine Nacionalismo, and Spanish Francoism.

Maximiliano Fuentes Codera is Associate Professor at the Universitat de Girona. His research and publications have focused on Spanish and European Intellectual and Political Contemporary History and its connections with Argentina. His latests works are España en la Primera Guerra Mundial. Una movilización cultural (2014), A Civil War of Words (2016, edited with Xavier Pla and Francesc Montero), Ideas comprometidas. Los intelectuales y la política (2018, edited with Ferran Archilés) and Spain and Argentina in the First World War. Transnational Neutralities (2021).

Patrizia Dogliani is Full Professor of Contemporary History at Bologna University, and Visiting professor in academic institutions in Paris and at NYU. She has authored and edited many books, on the European Left, Fascisms, Public memory, and Wars including as author, Il fascismo degli italiani. Una storia sociale (2014), Le socialisme municipal en France et en Europe de la Commune à la Grande Guerre (2018), Un partito di giovani. La gioventù internazionalista, 1915-1926 (with L. Gorgolini, 2021), and as editor, Italian fascism: History, Memory, and Representation (with RJB Bosworth, 1999), Itinerarios reformistas, perspectivas revolucionarias (with M. Fuentes Codera and A. Duarte, 2016), and Internazionalismo e transnazionalismo all’indomani della Grande Guerra (2020).

Subject: History: 20th Century to PresentHistory: World War IHistory: World War II
Area: Latin America and the CaribbeanSouthern Europe


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