Parution – “La oposición política al franquismo en la Universidad” [L’opposition politique au franquisme dans l’Université], revue CIAN-Revista de Historia de las Universidades, Vol. 23, Núm. 1 (2020)

Presentación. La oposición política al franquismo en la Universidad
Alberto Carrillo-Linares
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11-20
La represión de la protesta estudiantil durante el franquismo (1936-1976)
Eduardo González Calleja
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21-54
Universitarias en el antifranquismo. Mujeres, movilización estudiantil y feminismo, 1960-1975
Mónica Moreno Seco
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55-85
La prensa estudiantil bajo dictadura. Apuntes para un estudio comparativo entre España y Argentina
Guadalupe A. Seia
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87-117
La Universidad de Santiago de Compostela (1939-1969): de la indiferencia y la “no adhesión” al antifranquismo
Ricardo Gurriarán Rodríguez
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119-147
Movimiento estudiantil antifranquista en Andalucía
Alberto Carrillo-Linares
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149-178

Parution – Berry Mayall, “Visionary Women and Visible Children, England 1900-1920. Childhood and the Women’s Movement”, Palgrave MacMillan, 2018

This book addresses the inter-linked lives and fortunes of children and women in the first two decades of the twentieth century in England. This was a time of shifts in thinking and practice about children’s and women’s status, lived lives and experiences. The book provides a detailed explanation of how children experienced home, neighbourhood and elementary school; as well as discussing the impact of the women’s movement, namely its suffrage and socialist work. These two concerns are linked by the work women did about and for children. Essentially, the book explores childhood and womanhood; generation and gender; and socialism and feminism. Using existing studies on women’s work, and autobiographies and interviews about childhood, Mayall argues that women played a large part in re-thinking childhood as a special period in life, and children as participants in learning and in politics. This book will appeal to students and researchers in the fields of history, education and sociology, particularly those interested in the women’s movement, and the history of childhood.