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Memory and Its Discontents: Spanish Culture in the Early Twenty-First Century

Editors: Luis Martín-Estudillo and Nicholas Spadaccini
Volume 11 (fall 2012)


Introduction: Memory and Its Discontents: A Central Debate in Contemporary Spanish Culture
Luis Martín-Estudillo and Nicholas Spadaccini 

  1. Images of Time: Paradigms of Memory and the Collapse of the Novel of Contemporary History in Spain (2000–2010)
    Ulrich Winter
  2. History Written by the Losers: History, Memory, Myth and Independence in Twenty-First Century Catalonia
    Kathryn Crameri
  3. The Television Mini-Series as Historical Memory: The Case of 23-F, El día más difícil del Rey (TVE-1, 2009)
    Paul Julian Smith
  4. The Valley, the Monument, and the Tomb: Notes on the Place of Historical Memory
    Patricia Keller  
  5. A Secret Agreement: The Historical Memory Debate and the Limits of Recognition 
    Antonio Gómez López-Quiñones 
  6. Raising the Specter of “Argentinization”: The Temptation of Spanish Exceptionalism
    Sebastiaan Faber 
  7. Historical Palimpsests: Revisiting the Spanish Civil War Through the Bicentennial of the Peninsular War
    Luis Álvarez-Castro 
  8. Voices from Beyond the Grave: Remembering the Civil War in the Work of Max Aub
    Eric Dickey 
  9. Historical Memory in Post-Transition Narratives: Between the Canon and the Market
    Francisco Sánchez 
  10. Pact of Silence: History, Memory, and Melancholic Oblivion in Spain (2001–2011)
    Estrella de Diego 
  11. The Sequential Art of Memory: The Testimonial Struggle of Comics in Spain
    Ana Merino and Brittany Tullis 

    Afterword
    Ofelia Ferrán

    Contributors