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Stanley G. Payne

Stanley G. Payne es catedrático emérito de Historia en la Universidad de Wisconsin-Madison. Ha publicado una veintena de libros sobre Historia de España y Europacontemporánea. Entre los más recientes, ¿Por qué la República perdió la guerra? y La Europa revolucionaria. Las guerras civiles que marcaron el siglo XX. Es miembro de laAmerican Academy of Arts and Sciences y correspondiente de las RR. AA. de Historia y Ciencias Morales y Políticas de España. También, codirector del Journal of Contemporary History y miembro del Consejo Editorial de la revista www.kosmos-polis.com. En el otoño de 2014 ha publicado Franco, una biografía personal y política, (Wisconsin Press), Estados Unidos y (Espasa), España, junto al historiador Jesús Palacios,

enero, 2014

  • 6 enero

    Spanish Catholicism

    “This is the first complete history of Spanish Catholicism in English. The history of the Spanish church is rich, complex, and controversial, and this enormous undertaking by Stanley Payne is all the more praiseworthy in view of his determination not to limit his study to the church alone, but to …

  • 6 enero

    España, ¿una historia diferente?

    For at least 300 years, from the 1660s to the 1970s, commentary about Spain ended to revolve around concepts or analyses of «difference,» concerning Spain’s distance from the northwest European norm and, particularly, a perceived failure in the contest for modernization. Eventually, this negative image began to be internalized by …

  • 6 enero

    ¿Fascismo en España?

    Ferran Gallego. Ramiro Ledesma Ramos y el fascismo español. Editorial Síntesis, 2005. Pp. 431. — y Francisco Morente (editores). Fascismo en España. El Viejo Topo, 2005. Pp. 454. Homenaje a José Antonio en su centenario (1903-2003). Coord. Luis Buceta Facorro, Gonzalo Cerezo Barredo, Eduardo Navarro Álvarez. Plataforma 2003, 2003. Pp. …

diciembre, 2013

  • 20 diciembre

    Axial Age

    The four decades 1890-1930 constituted a sort of «Axial Age» of modernity, the initial era of «classical modernity,» in the words of Detlev Peukert. During these decades there in some cases introduced, or in other cases, generalized the inventions and technological advances that made the basic differences between traditional life …

  • 20 diciembre

    Visigoths and Asturians reinterpreted: the Spanish “Grand narrative” restored?

    Spanish history, like a good many others, has often been made the subject of a «Grand Narrative» of national identity, historical purpose and religious mission. Aspects of this understanding have varied, most notably between liberal nationalists and Catholic traditionalists during the nineteenth century, but for long it constituted a sort …