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Author: Carrillo-Linares, Alberto
Cardina, Miguel
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Historia Contemporánea
Date: 2012
Published in: Hispania: Revista española de historia, 72, (242), 639-668
Document type: Article
Abstract: En el presente artículo pretendemos confrontar la evolución de los movimientos estudiantiles portugueses y españoles durante sus dictaduras, centrando el análisis en las décadas de los sesenta y setenta. Se recurre a diversas fuentes primarias (en...
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In this article we aim to compare the evolution of the Portuguese and Spanish student movements during their dictatorships in sixties and seventies. We turn to primary sources (including those of the students) as well as specialized bibliography to elaborate a comparative history in which we establish the main phases and the peculiarities which characterized the bustle of the times within an international political and cultural context. Even though there are distinctive features within each country, we argue that the student movements of the Iberian Peninsula at that time share common features that went from an initial stage of «student autonomy» to a highly politicized phase in which the main concern lay outside the university, which was preceded by the dissolution of the unitarian movement due to the spread of extreme-left organizations in the university.
Cite: Carrillo-Linares, A. y Cardina, M. (2012). Contra el Estado Novo y el Nuevo Estado: el movimiento estudiantil ibérico antifascista. Hispania: Revista española de historia, 72 (242), 639-668.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/36403

DOI: 10.3989/hispania.2012.v72.i242.382

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