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Basques and Catalans

Kenneth Medhurst

Basques and Catalans

by Kenneth Medhurst

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Published by Minority Rights Group in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • País Vasco (Spain),
  • Catalonia (Spain),
  • Spain,
  • País Vasco.,
  • Catalonia.
    • Subjects:
    • Nationalism -- Spain -- País Vasco.,
    • Nationalism -- Catalonia.,
    • País Vasco (Spain) -- Politics and government.,
    • Catalonia (Spain) -- Politics and government.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Kenneth Medhurst.
      SeriesReport - Minority Rights Group ; no. 9, Report (Minority Rights Group) ;, no. 9.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDP302.B53 M37 1977
      The Physical Object
      Pagination20 p. :
      Number of Pages20
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4481021M
      LC Control Number79309365

      How did Franco's Spanish Gov. suppress Catalan (or Basque, Galician) culture after the civil war? After some time in Barcelona, I'm really interested in knowing more about how and to what extent the Catalan culture was censored/repressed by the Madrid government under the control of the "Generalisimo". Catalans, Galicians, Basques and more: Spain's many nationalities With a strong identity of its own, Catalonia is now at the center of a tug-of-war between the .

      In this book, Daniele Conversi compares and contrasts two widely known nationalist movements in Spain: the Basques in the northeast and the Catalans in the east. Working from both primary and secondary sources including documentary material such as political pamphlets, communiqu's, periodicals, and nationalists' declarations and writings, as well as sociolinguistic data and Cited by: 1.   Basque itself was spoken in Biscay, a large area of Northern Spain completely separating Castillian from Catalan. Catalan's neighbours were Basques and speakers of Provençal. All this happened in a narrow band along the Atlantic coast: to the south the rest of the peninsula was occupied by Arabs, many of whose subjects spoke a very Arab.

      Basques, along with Irish, show the highest frequency of the Y-chromosome DNA haplogroup R1b in Western Europe; some 95% of native Basque men have this haplogroup. The rest is mainly I and a minimal presence of E3b. The Y-chromosome and MtDNA relationship between Basques and people of Ireland and Wales is of equal ratios as to neighboring areas. "Their Skin in the Game: The Basques, the Catalans and the Body Politic of the Spanish National Football Team." In the Routledge Handbook of Sport and Politics, ed. by Alan Bairner and John Kelly, ch. Occupation: Assistant Professor.


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: Basques and Catalans (): Books. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Hello. "The Basques, the Catalans, and Spain contains expert analysis and is highly readable a splendidly written and organized study of Basque and Catalan nationalism which will become an obligatory part of any reading list on the subject." —National IdentitiesCited by: Daniele Conversi's book is a comprehensive introduction to Basque and Catalan nationalism.

The two movements have much in common but have differed in the strategies adopted to further their cause. Basque nationalism, in the shape of the military wing of ETA, /5. The Basques, the Catalans and Spain The two movements have much in common, but have differed in the strategies adopted to further their cause.

Basque nationalism, in the shape of the military wing of ETA, took the path of violence, spawning an efficient terrorist campaign, while Catalan nationalism is more accommodating and peaceful. “Typical of Iberia, both the Basques and the Catalans claim the word comes from their own languages, and the rest of Spain disagrees.

Catalans have a myth that cod was the proud king of fish and was always speaking boastfully, which was an offence to God. "Va callar!" (Will you be quiet!), God told the cod in Catalan. The Basques and Catalans are the original north american cowboys under the British/Celtic identity (invented football,racing,tennis,golf,basketball and baseball under the american identity) that settled and founded the european nations,etc.

The spanish riders and world champions pol espargaro,marc. For Basques, Sabino Arana is the godfather of nationalism. He espoused the Basque language, formed the Basque Nationalist Party inwrote the national anthem, and designed the flag.

Arana’s Catalan counterpart, Valenti Almirall, was not as famous or unaided in his nationalist pursuit. Basques and Catalans ARE Spaniards. The differences are mostly imaginary and made up by nationalist groups.

Ethnically, there's absolutely no difference. Their DNA shows that they all belong mostly to the R1B haplogroup, with preponderance of a variant known as West Atlantic Modal Haplotype.

The Basques ; online reprint. The Basques, the Catalans and Spain, Daniele Conversi,ISBN The Basque History of the World, Mark Kurlansky,ISBN The Oldest Europeans, J. del Giorgio, A. Place,ISBN Ethnologue report for France for population statistics in (including those of mixed ancestry): 6, This program studies two groups that are currently agitating for independence in Spain: the Basques and the Catalans.

We will mainly be in Spain to study the Basques, but to provide a comparative perspective for our study of the Basques we will first spend ten days studying the Catalan situation in Barcelona, the center of Catalan nationalism. The Catalans are a Romance ethnic group native to Catalonia of Mediterranean and Pyrenean descent, having its roots in the Pyrenees mountains.

The current official category of "Catalans" is that of the citizens of Catalonia, an autonomous community in Spain and the inhabitants of the Roussillon historical region in southern France, today the Pyrénées Orientales department, also called Northern Catalonia and Pays Catalan Argentina (estimates vary):PDF | On Jul 1,Daniele Conversi and others published The Basques, The Catalans, and Spain: Alternative Routes to Nationalist Mobilisation | Author: Daniele Conversi.

"The Basques, the Catalans, and Spain contains expert analysis and is highly readable a splendidly written and organized study of Basque and Catalan nationalism which will become an obligatory part of any reading list on Author: Daniele Conversi.

Catalonia. In Catalonia, the Consell de Forces Polítiques de Catalunya had been calling for self-government since its constitution in Decemberand after the first democratic elections of June all but one of the the members of the Catalan parliamentarians were in favour of the re-establishment of the Statute of Autonomy passed under the Second Republic in COVID Resources.

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The Basques The Catalans And Spain. Author: Daniele Conversi ISBN: Genre: Basques. Basque, Spanish Vasco, or Vascongado, Basque Euskaldunak, or Euskotarak, member of a people who live in both Spain and France in areas bordering the Bay of Biscay and encompassing the western foothills of the Pyrenees Mountains.

In the late 20th century probably abouttrue Basques lived in Spain andin France; as many asBasques may live in. Why Basques and Catalans see independence differently.

When Spain’s dictator Generalissimo Francisco Franco died inCatalonia and the Basque Country had good reason to celebrate. Both were minority nations whose languages, culture and identity the victor of the Spanish civil war of had tried to expunge and then homogenise.

Basques would often invite their neighbors over for an evening of tale-spinning. Basque folk music is sung and played on traditional instruments including the txistu, a three-holed flute, and the bagpipe-like dultzaina.

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