The myth of the 'maddened crowd': class, culture and space in the revolutionary urbanist project in Barcelona, 1936-7.

Ealham, C. M. (2005) The myth of the 'maddened crowd': class, culture and space in the revolutionary urbanist project in Barcelona, 1936-7. In: The Splintering of Spain: Cultural History and the Spanish Civil War. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 9780521821780

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This essay was one of a series of essays by leading scholars from Spain, the UK and the USA commissioned by CUP for a volume published ahead of the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of the Spanish civil war. Ealham's co-edited book in which this essay appears was described in the Journal of Contemporary History as ""ten elegant essays that tackle the big themes of Spanish history"". RAE_import_type : Chapter in book RAE_uoa_type : History
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04 Mar 2008 09:34
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