True Catholic Womanhood: Gender Ideology in Franco's Spain (review)

  title={True Catholic Womanhood: Gender Ideology in Franco's Spain (review)},
  author={Frances Lannon},
  journal={The Catholic Historical Review},
  pages={320 - 321}
The relationship of Segura with the regime after he became archbishop of Seville receives extensive treatment. The author argues that the cardinal’s relations with Franco were far better, at least until 1952, than historians have assumed and that his clashes with the Seville Falange during the late 1930’s over the painting of fascist symbols on church walls did not affect his standing with the authorities. In fact, Segura, implacable in his hostility toward the imposition of a totalitarian… Expand
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At the Margins of Europe: Homeownership, Inclusion, and Protest in Contemporary Madrid
Examining the material history of contemporary Madrid, this dissertation investigates the spatial process of Europeanization as both a state-led project and an everyday urban experience. LookingExpand