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    La producción cultural en torno a la figura de Mariana Pineda

    Martin Perez, Celia (2008) La producción cultural en torno a la figura de Mariana Pineda. In: Martín García, M. and Martín Casares, A. (eds.) Mariana Pineda : nuevas claves interpretativ. Granada, Spain: Editorial Comares. ISBN 9788498363470.

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    Abstract

    Book synopsis: Mariana Pineda, one of the most famous international and Grenadines, remains largely an unknown. The strength of the collective imagination and the scarcity of scientific research on this figure (excepting the work of Antonina Rodrigo) have helped to extend popular legends that overshadow and undermine the image of Mariana Pineda, highlighting the need to recover the memory of this heroine. Therefore, the Department for Equal Opportunities of the City of Granada included in the program of events to commemorate the bicentennial of his birth (1840-2004), a cycle of conferences involving a group of specialists of great relevance they reflected around the imprint of Mariana Pineda, the reality of women of her time, her image in literature and other key issues in order to regain her memory from the field of research. This book is the result of the publication of some of the conferences that were held to mark the bicentenary of his birth. It is a frame of Mariana Pineda in the political and social context of his time and link your life with that of her contemporaries. Mariana Pineda: new interpretive key, is divided into three main sections: The first focuses on cardinal aspects of life and the historical memory of Mariana. The second section develops issues of politics and citizenship at the time, with due regard to women, and the third includes things related to literature and art. One of the main objectives of this paper is to answer historical questions as the place that held the love and political commitment in the life of Mariana de Pineda, a subject treated with great success Antonina Rodrigo, his best biographer reliability. The historian of the University of Granada, Cristina Millet Vines, makes a rigorous and enjoyable research Mariana Pineda and Historical Memory through various written records that come to us in that light nebula seems to envelop the life of Mariana. Manuel Martín García,? Specialist in the study and dissemination of traditional culture and the social and cultural heritage? studied in depth reflection of Mariana de Pineda in romances, ballads and popular songs as an expression of the common people who walked by word of mouth and reveling being varied and reflect multiple facets of a living community. The chapter of Jerez Ana Hernández, Professor of History Institute Granada Ganivet Angel and Miguel Gómez Oliver, Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Granada, a specialist in the history of Andalusia and raises fascinating questions about the widely unknown imaginary Mariana figure in Republican Spain. Romeo Mari Cruz, a professor at the University of Valencia, makes an interesting reflection on the role of women in the context of Spanish liberalism. Cristina Ocon Vara takes more than successful chapter on women offenders in the nineteenth century, showing that female crime during the period of the Restoration is to be considered as another indicator when studying social unrest in this group . Historian Gloria Eared, University of Cádiz, studying in depth the reality of education in contemporary women's Mariana Pineda. Historian at the University of Valencia, Isabel Morant Deusa, focuses its work on investigating the policy debate on women and men, for it takes a thorough study covering Unlike women in enlightened discourse, defense and talent morality of women, feminist response and the two governments: domestic politics and government. María Victoria Prieto, Professor of Institute of Language and Literature in Granada, a journey towards freedom analyzing the role of the Spanish writers of the nineteenth century in the fight for their rights and against slavery. The cultural production around the figure of Mariana has been masterfully handled by Celia Martín Pérez, professor at the University of London. The present book is a rigorous text and, in turn, informative, bringing together experts and experts from various fields of research in order to make a reflection on the figure of Mariana Pineda grenadine, personality, their time, commitment and struggle. A review of Spanish liberalism that takes into account the role played by women, emphasizing the currents of thought and the relations of the Spain of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century genre. In short, a (de) construction, (re) interpretation of the facts, myths and collective imaginary from new interdisciplinary interpretative keys which will help us to analyze the evolution of the living conditions of women in the nineteenth century to today, see to what extent the changes affected the social superstructure, or if on the contrary, are only superficial and patriarchy continues to operate. The individual chapters of this work, are clearly analyzed the dramatic consequences for adaptation in women's subordination. But above all and above all, that Mariana Pineda was one of the few women who questioned the illegitimacy of absolute and corrupt power, and defended civil liberties and gender equality. That is a pioneer in libertarian ideas, the struggle to open doors for Equal Opportunities between men and women in the battle against the eradication of discrimination based on sex. We hope this book will contribute to both tasks.

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    Item Type: Book Section
    School: School of Arts > Cultures and Languages (to 2020)
    Depositing User: Sarah Hall
    Date Deposited: 04 Aug 2014 13:10
    Last Modified: 30 Oct 2014 10:55
    URI: https://eprints.bbk.ac.uk/id/eprint/10318

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