Vol. 133 Núm. 1 (2024): La Alltagsgeschichte y el estudio de las dictaduras europeas
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Presentación. La Alltagsgeschichte y el estudio de las dictaduras europeas

Ana Cabana Iglesia
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
Claudio Hernández Burgos
Universidad de Granada

Publicado 07-03-2024

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Cabana Iglesia, A., & Hernández Burgos, C. (2024). Presentación. La Alltagsgeschichte y el estudio de las dictaduras europeas. Ayer. Revista De Historia Contemporánea, 133(1), 13–20. https://doi.org/10.55509/ayer/2163

Resumen

Los artículos que conforman este dosier recorren las aportaciones de la Alltagsgeschichte como corriente historiográfica y, de manera paralela, ponen de manifiesto la validez y actualidad de sus postulados para explorar la vida cotidiana en las dictaduras europeas, acercándonos a las subjetividades, el «mosaico de prácticas» y las experiencias de los sujetos particulares

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