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Libros Académicos del Mes

  • The Spanish Constitutional System
    The book, written by jurists, is a useful tool of knowledge for those who want to study the problems posed by the Spanish political-constitutional reality.
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  • Late Antique and Early Medieval Hispania
    Late Antique and Early Medieval Hispania. Landscapes without Strategy? examines the transformations of the urban and rural landscapes of the Iberian Peninsula, across one of the most turbulent periods of the history of this region, between the decay and disappearance of the Roman Empire and the arrival of the Islamic troops (c. AD 400-711).
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  • The Power of Symbols
    This volume intends to foster a re-interpretation of the Nasrid architecture of the Alhambra in Granada and its post-Islamic appropriation and global diffusion. Taking into account the current debates on otherness, cultural exchange and artistic transfer, hybridization, stylistic renewal and national identity building, this collection of essays explores the significance of the Alhambra from the Nasrid period to the present time.
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  • Queen of the Sea
    A boldly written evocation of one of the world’s great cities—the gateway to the Atlantic and port of origin for Portuguese overseas exploration.
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  • SMART CITY Barcelona
    Barcelona’s transformation into the world’s leading smart city is explained by one of its chief protagonists. This an essential guide for innovation and leadership for all those who participate in the design of cities in the 21st century.
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  • A Companion to Lope de Vega
    A Companion to Lope de Vega brings together work by leading international scholars on the life and writing of Lope de Vega Carpio, the 'fénix de los ingenios', a 'monstruo de la naturaleza', as he was described by his rival, Miguel de Cervantes. Spain's foremost Golden Age playwright was in addition a major artist in prose and poetry, genres also covered by the Companion.
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  • Spanish Royal Patronage 1412-1804
    Portraits have a long history in royal courts as a way of communicating the monarch’s status, rulership, and even piety. This anthology places such art works studied in the context of their commission, production, and display.
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  • The English Armada
    During the year between July 1588, when the Spanish Armada set sail from Spain and July 1589, when the survivors of the English counterpart of this fleet, the little-known English Armada, reached port in England, two of history’s worst naval catastrophes took place. A great deal of attention has been dedicated to the former and precious little to the latter. This book presents a full-scale account of an event which has been neglected for more than four centuries.
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