Internacionalisme o nacionalisme? Socialisme i nació als territoris de llengua catalana (1931-1936)
390 pp. (2018)
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Often, the labour internationalism has been considered as an obstacle to the national identification of the Marxist socialism of the first part of the 20th century. But in most cases, the relation between these two elements hasn’t been compatible. This book studies how the European socialisms fit in together these variables, Spanish, Valencian, Catalan and Balear. The book analysis the process of political and European socialist cultural integration in the frame of Estate nation and digs dip into the Spanish case to show the socialist adhesion in Spain and to know some of the defining characteristics of this idea of nation. Likewise, the author considers the behaviour of the socialism in Catalan-speaking territories and if its idea of Spain coincides with the rest of Spanish socialism. Beyond the interaction between socialism and the nationalist and regionalist movements, the focus in on the socialist relation with the tales and identifying symbols different in Valencian, Catalan and Balear. With all this, this book is a research about the social construction and diffusion of the Spanish national identity, through this dynamism of the articulation of social, political, national, regional and local identities.
Aurelio Martí Bataller (Llutxent, 1983) is a doctor in contemporary history from the Universitat de València. His research has focused on the relation of the socialist politics culture with the process of construction of contemporary Spanish national identity. His thesis ‘Discursos de nació i identitat nacional espanyola en la cultura política socialista: el Partido Socialista Obrero Español en la II República’ was awarded with the Miguel Artola of the Asociación de Historia Contemporánea in 2016.
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