Investigando el laberinto español en el Reino Unido

Francisco J. ROMERO SALVADÓ

Resumen


Con su larguísima tradición de excelencia académica, el Reino Unido, en particular el Iberian Centre dirigido por Raymond Carr en Oxford, lideró el estudio sobre la Guerra Civil española durante los aciagos años del franquismo. La transición democrática y consiguiente libre acceso a los archivos, representó, como era lógico, la prominencia de las universidades españolas en la investigación de sujeto de tal importancia. No obstante, la contribución de la escuela anglosajona continúa siendo importante. Su constante renovación metodológica, énfasis en colaboración interdisciplinaria e intrínseca conexión entre docencia e investigación siguen atrayendo las visitas de académicos de todo el mundo (y en número cada vez mayor de España). En el campo particular del hispanismo, el profesor Paul Preston, habiendo tomado el relevo de Raymond Carr, no solo ha escrito un elevado número de monografías esenciales sino también educado varias generaciones de investigadores, casi todos ellos especializados en temas relacionados con la Guerra Civil, y creado en el Cañada Blanch Centre (London School of Economics) un extraordinario centro de estudio, investigación y debate.


Palabras clave


Paul Preston; aniversario de la Guerra Civil; intervención extranjera; Brigadas Internacionales; memoria histórica; represión

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