Historical analysis of the Catalan identity / Flocel Sabaté (ed.) ; Catalan texts were translated into English by Mary Black.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Bern : Peter Lang, [2015]
Description
459 pages ; illustrations ; 23 cm

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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Catalonia among the longstanding regions in Europe ; The medieval roots of Catalan identity / Flocel Sabaté
  • The centuries ushering in modernity : identity, state and nation ; "Catalans" and "Spaniards" : two chosen peoples for a single promised land / Antoni Simon
  • Catholics and Catalans : religion in Catalan identity in the 16th and 17th centuries / Ignasi Fernández Terricabras
  • France and the formation of political and social identities in 17th century Catalonia / Oscar Jané
  • Catalan national identity in the 18th century : the War of the Spanish succession and the Bourbon regime / Cristian Palomo Reina
  • The contemporary world : an increasingly noticeable distinct identity / Jordi Casassas
  • Catalonia : unique consciousness and collective identity in the first half of the 19th century. Notes and considerations / David Cao Costoya
  • The advent and politicisation of distinct Catalan identities (1860-1898) / Giovanni C. Cattini
  • What made Catalonia unique (1901-1939) / Jordi Casassas
  • Catalan identity in the years of a Spanishist dictatorship / Carles Santacana
  • The language : vehicle for transmission of Catalan identity throughout history / Josep Moran and Joan Anton Rabella
  • A survey of the legal history of Catalonia and its historical rights / Tomàs de Montagut
  • Architecture, power and identity in medieval Catalonia : challenges of recovering and re-creating identity / Xavier Barral i Altet.
ISBN
  • 3034320108
  • 9783034320108
LCCN
2015949621
OCLC
921864185
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