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In the Spring of 2010 StoryCorps, a national initiative to document the unique stories of Americans arrived in Albuquerque to collect the stories of New Mexico's Latino residents as part of its Historias Initiative. Historias, which means 'stories' in Spanish, is an ongoing initiative to record and honor the diversity of Latino culture. They collected over 160 interviews by the end of their six week stay. This podcast features some of those interviews. The StoryCorps project in Albuquerque w ...
 
In the Spring of 2010 StoryCorps, a national initiative to document the unique stories of Americans arrived in Albuquerque to collect the stories of New Mexico's Latino residents as part of its Historias Initiative. Historias, which means 'stories' in Spanish, is an ongoing initiative to record and honor the diversity of Latino culture. They collected over 160 interviews by the end of their six week stay. This podcast features some of those interviews. The StoryCorps project in Albuquerque w ...
 
In the Spring of 2010 StoryCorps, a national initiative to document the unique stories of Americans arrived in Albuquerque to collect the stories of New Mexico's Latino residents as part of its Historias Initiative. Historias, which means 'stories' in Spanish, is an ongoing initiative to record and honor the diversity of Latino culture. They collected over 160 interviews by the end of their six week stay. This podcast features some of those interviews. The StoryCorps project in Albuquerque w ...
 
Un recorrido histórico por el deporte rey
 
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Historias is a Spanish history podcast. Each monthly episode is an interview with a historian on a particular topic in Spanish history.
 
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Like most other Europeans, the Basques of southern France had to endure a puppet government and Nazi occupation during the Second World War. What was it like to live under occupation? How did Basque culture influence the ways in which French Basques both collaborated with and resisted the Germans? For the third part of our series on the Nazis i ...…
 
Even as the enslavement of black Africans became widespread in the Atlantic World and modern racism was developing, the veneration of black saints was also on the rise in the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America. In this episode, Professor Erin Rowe discusses who these saints were and who venerated them. We consider how hagiographers argued that ...…
 
The bombing of the Basque town of Gernika on April 26, 1937 by the planes of Germany’s Condor Legion, fighting for Franco’s rebel forces during the Spanish Civil War, today stands in the historical memory as one of our most powerful reminders of the horrors of war, thanks in no small part to Picasso’s famous painting. But what were the Germans ...…
 
In this episode, guest A. Katie Harris delves into the elite but also secretive world of relic collecting in the in the early modern Mediterranean. She describes the at-times nefarious practices of relic dealers and thieves and grave robbers, and considers to what extent relics can be viewed as commodities in a market even though the Church pro ...…
 
This episode focuses on two recent Spanish-language films that comment on the Spanish Civil War, the Franco dictatorship and the transition to democracy: Devil’s Backbone (El espinazo del diablo) by Guillermo del Toro and Bad Education (Mala Educación) by Pedro Almodóvar. Interestingly, both films feature abused children, boarding schools for b ...…
 
We might associate the sociolinguistic ideas of codeswitching and diglossia more with our own globalized world than with the Middle Ages, but Professor Antonio Zaldívar argues that these practices could have powerful connotations as the kings of Aragon struggled to increase their authority over the nobility in the 13th century. In discussing ho ...…
 
UC San Diego Professor Pamela Radcliff has recently published a new history of modern Spain entitled Modern Spain: 1808 to the Present. In this episode, we discuss the challenges overcome and insights gained from this project, starting with how Radcliff developed a new framework for the history of modern Spain that neither told a narrative of f ...…
 
When the French invaded Spain in 1808 and imprisoned the royal family, the country was thrown into chaos, with local councils, or juntas, taking governance into their own hands. Charles Nicholas Saenz discusses how these groups sought to establish supremacy, authority and legitimacy in this unprecedented situation. Even as their elite membershi ...…
 
At the end of the Second World War, hundreds of Nazi spies remained in Spain, and the Allies feared those agents could keep Nazism alive under the Franco dictatorship. In this episode, Professor David Messenger traces the allied effort to repatriate men to Germany for denazification. How successful was the repatriation program? What was the fat ...…
 
An association between horses and the medieval nobility is built into the Spanish language itself, and horses are frequently cited as a key factor in Spain’s conquest of the Americas. Yet what exactly was the role of the horse in Spanish warfare and society, and how did that role change over time? Kathryn Renton examines these questions in this ...…
 
Palancas extraordinarias para dimensionar la empresa.
 
Hay violencia en sitios que no considerarias violentos.
 
La economía tuvo un peso muy importante en la vida política y social de la Segunda República. La gran crisis económica derivada del Crack de 1929, se unió a otra de carácter interno en el caso español. Donde la política de obras públicas iniciada durante el Régimen de Primo de Rivera vació las arcas del estado, disparando la deuda pública. A la ...…
 
Events in Catalonia over the past several weeks have focused international attention on the region, but few media outlets have considered the historical context in which these events take place. In the first special edition of the podcast, historians of Catalonia James Stout and Maria Carreras discuss the origins of the Catalan nationalism in t ...…
 
The dream of a cultural, linguistic and racial union between Spain and its former colonies in the Americas has been a pervasive idea in the Spanish imaginary, surviving to this day. When and how did this idea of Hispanoamérica emerge, and how did it evolve over time? This month’s guest, Rodrigo Escribano Roca, explores these questions in the co ...…
 
En este episodio, el profesor Eduardo González Calleja habla de sus esfuerzos para documentar y categorizar cada caso de violencia política mortal de la Segunda República. Ha publicado los resultados de sus investigaciones recientemente en el libro Cifras cruentas: las víctimas mortales de la violencia sociopolítica en la Segunda República espa ...…
 
The Castilian Civil War is a classic medieval tale of shifting alliances, family intrigue and murder. But what was the international context and significance of this conflict? How did contemporary chroniclers tell its story? In this episode of the Historias podcast, Bretton Rodriguez discusses how this literally fratricidal conflict changed the ...…
 
Episode 1- The Emergence of Anarchist Hegemony in Spain’s Labor Movement by Foster Chamberlin
 
En este primer episodio de 2017 hacemos un repaso de la historia del madrileño Club Deportivo Leganés, también conocidos como Lega y Pepineros. Tras su fundación en el año 1928, el club blanquiazul dio tumbos entre categorías, aunque siempre superando sus límites hasta alcanzar la Primera División en el año 2016. SORTEO El ganador de la bufanda ...…
 
Seguimos repasando la historia del fútbol en los países latinoamericanos, con la llegada de Pelé y la hegemonía del Santos, el alza de Brasil, la edad de oro del fútbol colombiano, el declive de Uruguay y los comienzos del fútbol profesional en México. PATROCINIO Hazte patrocinador de Historias Balompédicas en nuestra página de Patreon como gen ...…
 
Enrique hace un repaso de la historia del fútbol en el lugar donde se sigue con más pasión: Latinoamérica. En esta primera entrega de dos partimos del momento en que los marineros británicos que emigraron a Río de la Plata en Argentina empezaron a jugar los primeros partidos y llegaremos hasta la disputa de la primera Copa América. PATROCINIO ¡ ...…
 
Enrique hace un repaso a la turbulenta historia deportiva del Club Atlético Osasuna, equipo de la ciudad de Pamplona y único en tener un nombre en euskera. Vemos la historia del club desde su fundación un miércoles de Noviembre de 1920 tras unos difíciles comienzos del deporte en la ciudad navarra hasta el último ascenso del club en la temporad ...…
 
En este segundo episodio de la serie sobre los equipos españoles que militan en La Liga 16/17 hablamos sobre el Club Atlético de Madrid. Conocidos como "colchoneros", "indios" y "El Pupas", el equipo capitalino rojiblanco ha tenido una historia repleta de altibajos, combinando finales de competiciones europeas con descensos a segunda división. ...…
 
Empezamos con este episodio una serie sobre los equipos que participan en la temporada 2016-17 del campeonato de liga español. Esta serie se hará por entregas de conjuntos de tres capítulos, intercalando entre ellas episodios donde tocaremos otros temas, como la historia del fútbol en Latinoamérica o la historia del fútbol femenino. En este epi ...…
 
Hacemos un repaso de la historia del fútbol en España, desde la introducción del deporte por los ciudadanos británicos llegados a la península gracias a las concesiones mineras a mediados del siglo XIX hasta la creación de los campeonatos y las instituciones nacionales. PATROCINIO Episodio patrocinado por Manager Liga: el mánager de fútbol y ot ...…
 
En este episodio, Enrique nos habla sobre la evolución del reglamento en el fútbol, desde los partidos donde solamente no estaba permitido matar para hacerse con el balón hasta la última revisión, pasando por las famosas reuniones en Cambridge. PATROCINIO Cómpranos un café MÚSICA Very Few and Far Between, por Reigning Lions NOTAS History of Foo ...…
 
Empezando en el Antiguo Egipto y acabando con la disputa del primer Mundial y la última gran reforma de las normas, hacemos un recorrido histórico del fútbol. PATROCINIO Cómpranos un café MÚSICA Search for the Zero Inside Yourself, por Doctor Turtle NOTAS History of Football en History History of Football en Spartacus Educational Primer partido ...…
 
Young Albuquerque filmmaker Senaida Garcia was ten years old when her sister reported being sexually abused by their father. In this conversation, Senaida and her mother, Tina Garcia, reflect on how that tumultuous time impacted them... with some inspiring conclusions. Here, Tina describes the moment that she first learned about the abuse.…
 
Young Albuquerque filmmaker Senaida Garcia was ten years old when her sister reported being sexually abused by their father. In this conversation, Senaida and her mother, Tina Garcia, reflect on how that tumultuous time impacted them... with some inspiring conclusions. Here, Tina describes the moment that she first learned about the abuse.…
 
Young Albuquerque filmmaker Senaida Garcia was ten years old when her sister reported being sexually abused by their father. In this conversation, Senaida and her mother, Tina Garcia, reflect on how that tumultuous time impacted them... with some inspiring conclusions. Here, Tina describes the moment that she first learned about the abuse.…
 
Ruby Chavez doesn't let anyone push her around - or her twin brother for that matter! In this interview with her daughter Frances, there were plenty of action-packed stories to tell - from fighting schoolyard bullies to foes of a more imaginary kind. We kick off with a laugh about the time Ruby's uncle lost his cool at a wrestling match.…
 
Ruby Chavez doesn't let anyone push her around - or her twin brother for that matter! In this interview with her daughter Frances, there were plenty of action-packed stories to tell - from fighting schoolyard bullies to foes of a more imaginary kind. We kick off with a laugh about the time Ruby's uncle lost his cool at a wrestling match.…
 
Ruby Chavez doesn't let anyone push her around - or her twin brother for that matter! In this interview with her daughter Frances, there were plenty of action-packed stories to tell - from fighting schoolyard bullies to foes of a more imaginary kind. We kick off with a laugh about the time Ruby's uncle lost his cool at a wrestling match.…
 
What's in a name? In this interview between Albuquerque truck driver Jacob Montoya and his mother Lucille, Lucille tells the romantic tale of meeting Jacob's late father as a girl in Socorro. With deep roots in New Mexico, the Montoyas trace their history to the first Spanish settlers, and the language that they brought.…
 
What's in a name? In this interview between Albuquerque truck driver Jacob Montoya and his mother Lucille, Lucille tells the romantic tale of meeting Jacob's late father as a girl in Socorro. With deep roots in New Mexico, the Montoyas trace their history to the first Spanish settlers, and the language that they brought.…
 
What's in a name? In this interview between Albuquerque truck driver Jacob Montoya and his mother Lucille, Lucille tells the romantic tale of meeting Jacob's late father as a girl in Socorro. With deep roots in New Mexico, the Montoyas trace their history to the first Spanish settlers, and the language that they brought.…
 
Retired athlete and high school basketball coach Vincent Arroyo helped to change the face of athletics at Bernalillo High School. In this interview between Vincent and his granddaughter, Sara Padilla, Sara shares a sweet story about her parents, and Vincent tells how he came by the nickname Rocky Arroyo.…
 
Retired athlete and high school basketball coach Vincent Arroyo helped to change the face of athletics at Bernalillo High School. In this interview between Vincent and his granddaughter, Sara Padilla, Sara shares a sweet story about her parents, and Vincent tells how he came by the nickname Rocky Arroyo.…
 
Retired athlete and high school basketball coach Vincent Arroyo helped to change the face of athletics at Bernalillo High School. In this interview between Vincent and his granddaughter, Sara Padilla, Sara shares a sweet story about her parents, and Vincent tells how he came by the nickname Rocky Arroyo.…
 
As members of the Latino community, environmental advocate Kristina Ortez de Jones and energy attorney Laura Sanchez represent a near majority of New Mexicans, but a minority within environmental movement. As Laura explains here, their position presents some unique challenges.
 
As members of the Latino community, environmental advocate Kristina Ortez de Jones and energy attorney Laura Sanchez represent a near majority of New Mexicans, but a minority within environmental movement. As Laura explains here, their position presents some unique challenges.
 
As members of the Latino community, environmental advocate Kristina Ortez de Jones and energy attorney Laura Sanchez represent a near majority of New Mexicans, but a minority within environmental movement. As Laura explains here, their position presents some unique challenges.
 
Miguel Campos's grandfather, Timoteo, may have been short in stature, but he was hardly lacking in guts. In this interview with daughter, artist and educator Ana Maria Campos, Miguel tells stories of his grandfather's hardy spirit, and gives his own definition of the word "machismo." But, to what twist of fate does Miguel owe his existance?…
 
Miguel Campos's grandfather, Timoteo, may have been short in stature, but he was hardly lacking in guts. In this interview with daughter, artist and educator Ana Maria Campos, Miguel tells stories of his grandfather's hardy spirit, and gives his own definition of the word "machismo." But, to what twist of fate does Miguel owe his existance?…
 
Miguel Campos's grandfather, Timoteo, may have been short in stature, but he was hardly lacking in guts. In this interview with daughter, artist and educator Ana Maria Campos, Miguel tells stories of his grandfather's hardy spirit, and gives his own definition of the word "machismo." But, to what twist of fate does Miguel owe his existance?…
 
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