In the 20th century, Spain went through civil war, four decades of Francoism, transition to democracy, and re-emergence onto the international stage. Each lecture in this series focuses on one question, one primary source, and one novel, and is aimed at undergraduate and graduate students of History, Politics, and Spanish at the University of Oxford.
|1||Creative Commons||Lecture 1: Development and Dissent in Franco's Spain (1959-1975)||Economic development and political dissent in Franco's Spain.||Marina Perez de Arcos||16 Dec 2015|
|2||Creative Commons||Lecture 2: The Spanish Transition (1975-1978)||Spain's transition from dictatorship to democracy in the 1970s.||Marina Perez de Arcos||16 Dec 2015|
|3||Creative Commons||Lecture 3: Institutions of Democracy: King, President, Parliament, and Autonomous Communities||Democratic institution building.||Marina Perez de Arcos||16 Dec 2015|
|4||Creative Commons||Lecture 4: Spain and the World (1976-1992)||Spain on the international stage.||Marina Perez de Arcos||16 Dec 2015|