Book Title: The Nation in Its Labyrinth: An Introduction to Contemporary Spain since 1898

Subtitle: A Guide for First Year Undergraduate Students

Author: Begoña Sangrador-Vegas

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Book Description: This is a short history of Spain covering the period from 1898 to 2019 and intended for first year undergraduate students, especially Spanish language students.

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Book Description

I lecture in contemporary Spanish history to first year undergraduates. Most of the books in the market are not suitable for my students’ needs since they cover history in too much detail. This manual created by me is meant to highlight the key aspects of this period in Spain in an engaging manner for young undergraduates. The book offers plenty of internet links (both in English and Spanish) in order to supplement the information given in the text. It also suggests titles of films that are readily available and that can make studying history more relevant and engaging. There are also summaries of the content in Spanish for students taking Spanish language courses.

Author

Begoña Sangrador-Vegas

Subject

European history

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The Nation in Its Labyrinth: An Introduction to Contemporary Spain since 1898
Author
Begoña Sangrador-Vegas
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European history