HIST202 - SPANISH CIVIL WAR & POSTWAR 1930-60

Description: 
This RESEARCH SEMINAR is divided into three parts. Part I centers on the Spanish CIVIL WAR, 1930-1939. The beginnings of the conflict, the main causes and motivations, the debates in the international arena, the main events and ideologies, some of the main characters, personal experiences (men and women) during the war, violence and repression. Part II focuses on the consequences of the Civil War (1939-1960), both from internal and international perspectives - the constitution of the Francoist regime and its internal politics; the repression of political dissidence; the situation of the Francoist regime during WWII and during the Cold War, how political and cultural dissidence started under Franco's regime, the social history of Spain. Part III, Researching and Writing a Research Paper
Instructors: 
FEROS, ANTONIO
Day and Time: 

TR 0300PM-0430PM

Room: 

WILLIAMS HALL 215

Activity: 
SEM
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    MAJORS ONLY
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