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    Lineas de fuga. Hacia otra historiografía cultural del exilio republicano español

    Balibrea, Mari Paz, ed. (2017) Lineas de fuga. Hacia otra historiografía cultural del exilio republicano español. Madrid, Spain: Siglo XXI España. ISBN 9788432318566.

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    Abstract

    Book synopsis: El golpe de Estado de 1936 y la revocación del gobierno electo democráticamente buscaron excluir y marginar el pensamiento progresista y republicano que, tras la victoria franquista en la Guerra Civil, hubo de dispersarse expatriado por el mundo. Durante 40 años la dictadura se encargó de manipular y censurar la cultura que, desde el exilio, se seguía creando fuera de la península. La llegada de la democracia posibilitó numerosos intentos de atajar la limitación y el sesgo de conocimiento impuestos por el régimen. Sin embargo, otras prioridades políticas y la pervivencia, consciente o no, de estructuras de interpretación heredadas del franquismo han sido un obstáculo para la recuperación de una tradición cultural que, desarrollada en la diáspora, es a la vez propia y ajena. Líneas de fuga recorre críticamente las razones de ese largo desencuentro. Con el concurso de filósofos, historiadores, filólogos y críticos culturales,argumenta que encontrar otras formas de contar y pensar el legado cultural de nuestros exiliados republicanos es esencial para desentrañar la herencia que nos dejan y cómo, aún hoy, nos incumbe.

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    Item Type: Book
    Additional Information: Translated book synopsis: The coup of 1936 and the revocation of the democratically elected government sought to exclude and marginalize the progressive and republican thought that, after the Franco victory in the Civil War, had to be dispersed abroad by the world. For 40 years the dictatorship was in charge of manipulating and censoring the culture that, from exile, was still being created outside the peninsula. The arrival of democracy enabled numerous attempts to tackle the limitation and knowledge bias imposed by the regime. However, other political priorities and the survival, conscious or not, of structures of interpretation inherited from the Franco regime have been an obstacle to the recovery of a cultural tradition that, developed in the diaspora, is both its own and foreign. Lines of flight critically reviews the reasons for this long disagreement. With the help of philosophers, historians, philologists and cultural critics, he argues that finding other ways to tell and think about the cultural legacy of our Republican exiles is essential to unravel the legacy they leave us and how, even today, it concerns us.
    School: Birkbeck Schools and Departments > School of Arts > Cultures and Languages
    Depositing User: Administrator
    Date Deposited: 18 Jan 2018 09:28
    Last Modified: 18 Jan 2018 09:28
    URI: http://eprints.bbk.ac.uk/id/eprint/20887

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