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Saint-Martin in the cinema
Any character like Saint Martin offers a wide range of meanings. Where appropriate, in addition to the work of a history of standing, the consolidation work carried out by the school and the cinema must be regarded as so important in the construction of its imaginary representation. The article revi...
Better than the pile: the press. The Padre Traggia and the Catholic winner (1809-1810)
This article, which opens with the presentation of what was the press and church relations in Spain of the Luces, gives an account of the journalistic history of carmelita Fr. Manuel de santo Tomás (Traggia) and analyses the Catholic winner, which he founded in 1809. As the author stressed, this wee...
History Chair 2010, Gilberto Alzate Avenharm Foundation: five irrelevant questions on Independence
In the framework of the Bicentenary of Colombia’s independence, the organisation of a Chair of History between the Gilberto álzate Avenharm Foundation and the IFEA started in 2009 with two cycles of conferences: ‘The eighteenth century neogranadino’ (18-22 May 2009) and ‘Connected Revolutions — Amer...
Bernardo Monteagudo and the ‘Americas, which was unfortunately called Spanish before’
This article seeks to rebuild, by reading the dialogue between Atahualpa and Fernando VII in the Elíseos campos in 1809, and the taxonomic problem that is delineated there in relation to the term ‘Americas’, the intellectual and social environment of Latin America pre-independence, as this could hav...
La Corte Suprema y la última palabra
Con metodología del integrativismo trialista, el autor sostiene que: a) la Corte Suprema de Justicia de la Nación se legitima como 'último intérprete' de la Constitución Nacional Argentina, en tanto actúe bajo ciertos recaudos (idoneidad, independencia y audiencia); b) el sistema de control reparado...
Ivana Frasquet Miguel, The faces of the eagle: from Gaditan liberalism to the Mexican federal republic, 1820-1824, Castelló de la Plana, Universitat Jaume I/Instituto Mora/Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana/Universidad Veracruzana, 2008, 382 p.
In the run-up to the commemoration of the bicentenary of Spanish-American independence, the work described here is a particularly interesting interpretation of the birth and first steps of the Mexican national state. The author takes a distance from some recent interpretations, which underline the u...
Emigration in Islam: old concepts, new problems
[ES] The aim of this article is to provide an overview of the relevance of the concept of hyra (emigration) in modern and contemporary Islam (especially in the context of the fight for independence against European colonial dominance, ‘fundamentalist’ movements and Islamic minorities). Modern and co...
How the questions arise
In our lives we feel and live in a world of elements, authorities and processes that we treat as if they existed regardless of what we do when distinguishing them. From this sensory point of view, as a belief contained in our nature, we take us explicitly or implicitly to accept that the act of aski...
Kosovo. The road to...? (part II)
Following the action of the International Community in 1999, Kosovo becomes de facto an international protector whose status is in permanent question, despite the recognition of about a hundred nations in the world — not of Spain —; following the unilateral declaration of independence in 2008, inter...
Mexico and the National Institute of Geography and Statistics: Foundation and context, 1824-1839
Mexico when it became independent in 1821 faced the challenge of administering and governing large areas of territory where a diverse and dispersed population lived; in the light of this situation, it was necessary to set up a body responsible for the mapping of the nation, and to be aware of the re...
From Cathedral to cemetery and from procession to parade: civic and religious national festivities in Mexico, 1826-1842
In the first decades after independence, Mexican national festivals were organised on the basis of the model of the Catholic Monarchy Festival: its main scenario was the Cathedral, the representation of the nation was corporate and thus heterogeneous and hierarchical, its fundamental interest, comit...
I (he) in Death of Gorostiza: the substance and form
This article provides an analytical reading of a poem by José Gorostiza on which writers and academics in Mexico have spoken and written a lot and with great admiration. It is a poem that Octavio Paz identified as a ‘rock glass watch’ in order to synthesise its content and apprehend its constitution...
The design of a quality management system for the services area of a College of Staff in accordance with ISO 9001: 2008
[ES] The aim of the final Career Work sought to be developed is the design of a Quality Management System in accordance with ISO 9001: 2008. In order to achieve the above objective, it has been necessary to understand the environment surrounding the organisation and the sector in which it is located...
One year after Fukushima, an overview of the new reactor markets
The Fukushima nuclear accident has put nuclear safety back at the heart of public opinion, policy makers and nuclear industry. Whatever its cost competitiveness, whatever the benefits it brings in terms of energy independence, whatever its contribution to combating global warming, nuclear power will...
Rethinking the relationship between facts, norms and values
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThis article returns on the relationships between facts, values and norms. More specifically, it seeks to correct two analyses which can be described as errors and which are dominant in the philosophical tradition. The first, whether inspired by Hume or Kant, tends to mark the...
Cultura boricua y asimilación política
Un estudio de base detecta una paradoja: el ciudadano medio de Puerto Rico valora tenazmente su cultura y su idioma y; simultáneamente considera la independencia imposible y negativa para el bienestar del pueblo. Muchos portorriqueños desean asimilarse a Estados Unidos como el Estado 51 pero al mism...
Izaskun Álvarez Quota and Julio Sánchez Gómez (eds.), Visions and reviews of American independence. Subalterance and independence, Salamanca, University of Salamanca, 2012, 188 p.
The celebration of the bicentenary of the independence of several Latin American countries between 2009 and 2011 has once again put the political, social and cultural processes carried out by its most visible actors, as well as those forgotten, on the public agenda. Of course, over the last five yea...
The renting of works and industries in the French Civil Code
Summary The Napoleonic Code (1804) makes a significant change to the lease of work and industry compared to the French legal tradition: the centre of the contract is no longer what is delivered, but who pays and who pays. This way of seeing things — which underpins the idea that human labour is one...
Stability, professionalism and politicisation in the appointments of directors of independent regulatory agencies: lessons from the Chilean experience —
Summary The authors compare the appointments of the heads of regulatory agencies in which the Chilean Senate participated with those made at the discretion of the President, or through the High Public Directorate system, i.e. an appointment process that seeks to reconcile the need to stimulate appoi...
Heritage of marrage: practices and practices in Suriname
This article is intended, on the one hand, to make it easier for the creative political elites of Suriname to use the history of the chestnut groups to strengthen the construction of a national feeling and historical consciousness. On the other hand, he depicts how the political discourse of the ant...
Would others not be more biased than me? The case of Franco-American relations
‘titrebSummary’/titrebIn this article we report on two research on the structure and content of stereotypes attributed to others: to what extent do we think that members of the endogroup and exogroup show pro-endogroup favouritism and bias in homogeneity of exogroup? These two research carried out i...
Drug addiction: the resources and skills of clients, between the challenge of building independence and the comfort of assistance
at the time, in the face of political and economic circumstances, offer high-quality services in the context of therapies for dependent persons is a major challenge. We will try to highlight the challenges of our residential and outpatient practices, in a context of increasing supply and where it is...
Laureano Vallenilla Lanz and the Venezuelan war on independence
The theoretical work of Laureano Vallenilla Lanz was analysed, with particular emphasis on his explanations concerning the War of Independence in Venezuela and its impact on Republican society. In view of the current nature of the debate on social divisions in Venezuela, the aim of the work is to di...
EU and freedom? The attempt to unite El Petén to Yucatán in 1823
With the analysis of documentary sources, the aim is to publicise how the El Petén district, under the political administration of the Audiencia de Guatemala, tried in 1823 to become part of the province of Yucatán. The original speech and arguments used by the petty elite to try to join Yucatan are...
Mozambique: 2019 elections in a hostile context
General elections were held in the Republic of Mozambique on 15 October 2019. The context in which it was carried out was particularly unique, as in 2019 the country had to face major events. First, two cyclones hit the country at the beginning of the year, causing large-scale damage. In parallel, t...