Resistance and normalization: uses of the past and cultural discourses in contemporary Catalonia

Subirana, Jaume; Fernàndez, Josep-Anton; Sobrepere, Joan Fuster
May 2013
DIGITHUM;2013, Issue 15, p49
Academic Journal
An introduction is presented in which the editors discussed various reports within the issue on topics including Catalan culture of resistance in Catalonia, Spain, the policy of institutional normalization, and the aesthetic and political values of architectural modernisme.


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