PO/HS 366 - Regionalism in Spain: Political Union and Cultural Intersections

The objective of this course is for students to understand the historical process that has led to the current political, administrative and territorial configuration of Spain in different autonomous communities, as well as the consequences that derive from present autonomous organizations. The course will give a vision of Spain from regional reality, which will tackle the geographical diversity of the country, the history of the birth and development of the regionalisms and nationalisms, the cultural and socio-economic variables that define the autonomic indicators, and, finally, the current political situation in each of the autonomies as well as their relation with the central government.

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