Browse by Subject "Spain"
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(2011-01-21)In this dissertation, I examine the development of artistic identity in Golden Age Spain by elucidating the cultural, social, and economic contexts which framed notions of the artist during this period. More particularly, ...
Consuming the "authentic": globalized nostalgia and the politics of hybridity through culinary tourism and heritage foodways. A case study of Galicia, Spain. (2013-05-24)This work interrogates the historical present through the lens of culinary tourism and heritage foodways, positing that the contemporary interest in authenticity and heritage are emblematic of a populism that has the ...
(2009-02-08)Richard Heeks defines eGovernment as, “the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to improve the activities of public sector organizations”. eGovenment has two distinctive parts, the first, service ...
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Female bodies under surveillance: gender fictions and the discourse of hygiene (Spain, 1850s-1930s) (2010-05-20)From the mid nineteenth century onwards, the publication of prescriptive literature for and about women increased in Spain and reached its peak by the turn of the century, when manuals, essays, treatises and textbooks for ...
(2014-06-05)Accountability and transparency in education are essential if we expect to accomplish its goals. But that statement only highlights the question: What is the purpose of education? Many people would say that the purpose of ...
(European Union Center, 2003)In this paper we examine differences in Spain's regional economies and how these differences might be taken into account in designing policies to reduce regional inequality. Toward this end, we first set out a basic model ...
(2015-07-17)This dissertation studies the genre of travel writing in Spain from 1860 until 1929. I am looking at elements of authority, mobility and gender related to the concept of modernity and its specific manifestations in Spain. ...
United in diversity? A discourse analysis on the selective representation of the Islamic past in Spanish and Portuguese tourism (2012-05-22)A famous EU slogan claims that the supra-nation is “united in diversity,” but there exists a tension between this idea of an inclusive, diverse, cosmopolitan European identity and the lack of representation that Europe’s ...